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Samsung vs. Apple: Samsung Is Winning Every Way But One [Infographic]

first_imgRole of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement In the smartphone wars, Samsung tops Apple across nearly every metric, except perhaps the most important one of all: profits.2013 could be the year when Samsung takes that crown as well. Samsung already has more revenues and more people – and it spends more on Research & Development and marketing. Oh and it sells more smartphones than Apple does, too.  Perhaps most importantly, though, Samsung’s smartphone sales are growing faster than Apple’s.A new infographic from MBAOnline crystallizes the rise of Samsung and its chances of becoming the undisputed King of Smartphones.  brian s hall Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#Apple#Samsung center_img What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Related Posts last_img read more

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Alyssa Valdez leads Philippines past Vietnam in Asean Grand Prix opener

first_imgMOST READ Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics But it hardly showed as the Nationals played as cohesively as they could muster with Ces Molina and Mylene Paat also contributing for the Philippines.Paat and Valdez conspired in the first set to break from a 19-18 deficit and wrap up the frame.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40SPORTSBecoming his own manFrom thereon, there was no stopping the Philippines which gained more and more confidence playing in front of the hometown crowd.Aby Marano, Dawn Macandili and Majoy Baron also starred in the opening match of the three-day tournament which serves as dry-run for the Southeast Asian Games this November. LATEST STORIES This jewelry designer is also an architect View comments Becoming his own man The Philippines will play powerhouse Thailand on Saturday and Indonesia on Sunday, hoping to better its third-place finish during the first leg held in Thailand.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Canadian vaping study details danger from ‘popcorn lung’ chemical Alyssa Valdez reacts as team Philippines scores during the game versus Vietnam. KIMMY BARAOIDAN/INQUIRER SOUTHERN LUZONMANILA, Philippines–Winging it despite lack of playing time together, the Philippines scored an impressive victory over Vietnam, 25-21, 25-23, 25-21, Friday to jumpstart its bid in the Asean Volleyball Grand Prix second leg at Sta. Rosa Multi-Purpose Gym in Laguna.Alyssa Valdez displayed the type of game expected of her, slamming down 13 points to lead the Filipinas who only had two days to prepare for the tournament due to their club league schedules and injuries.ADVERTISEMENT Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? NCAA: Perpetual Help ends 5-game slide, frustrates St. Benilde Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:50Palace defends Duterte’s absences from Asean events01:31Go: Search for ‘perfect, honest man’ to lead PNP still on02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyerslast_img read more

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Former FIFA Official Sentenced in Bribery Scandal

first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — A former FIFA official from Guatemala who was cooperating in the U.S. investigation of corruption in international soccer’s governing body was sentenced on Thursday to time served.Ex-Guatemalan soccer chief Rafael Salguero had been under house arrest since 2016 while providing information to prosecutors in a sprawling case accusing several soccer officials of accepting more than $200 million dollars in bribes.Salguero, who had pleaded guilty to corruption charges in a sealed proceeding, told a federal judge in Brooklyn on Thursday that he was “deeply regretful” about his involvement.According to a transcript of his plea that was unsealed earlier this week, the 73-year-old Salguero claimed that while on FIFA’s executive committee in 2010, he was approached by someone seeking to buy his vote deciding which country would get hosting rights for the 2018 World Cup.He said he was told a wealthy person in Italy wanted to pay him “hundreds of thousands of dollars” to vote for a certain country, the name of which was blacked out of the transcript. He said even though he wanted the money, he was afraid of drawing attention to himself by going to Italy.After the vote awarding the tournament to Russia, he said he still tried to get the payment, but no one would return phone messages.FIFA is seeking the return of 20 percent of the more than $4.1 million it says it paid Salguero in salary and benefits between 2009 and 2015. A restitution hearing was set for Feb. 6.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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Photo Advisory First, Photos released upto 4 p.m.

first_imgNew Delhi: 01 SEPT, 2018 (PTI) EDITORS: Photos with Captions released today. To view thumbnails of thesePhotographs, visit PTI website at..http.//www.ptinews.comNATINONALRanchi:Silver-medallist Madhumita Kumari arrivesin Ranchi(B)Nainital:Weather: Rains in Nainital(B)New Delhi:Seminar by Supreme CourtAdvocates-On-Record Association(B+A)New Delhi:Jain Muni Tarun Sagar passed awaty at 51(B)Mumbai:Miss Diva 2018′ Grand Finale(B)New Delhi:Weather: Waterlogging after rains on NH24(B+A)Danapur:Weather: Heavy Rains in Danapur(B)Kolkata :Price hike on LPG Cylinder(B)Nagpur:P Chidambaram addresses a press conferencein Nagpur(A+B)Amritsar:Protest against Congress leaders(B)INERNATIONALDetroit:Bill Clinton talks with former U.S. AttorneyGeneral Eric Holder(A)Venice : Actress and singer Lady Gaga poses forphotographers(A)Washington: Roberta McCain, the 106-year-old motherof Sen. John McCain of Arizona, stops at hisflag-draped casket(B)CHARLOTTE:Donald Trump shows off an executiveorder he signed(B)GAZA:Protest east of Gaza City(A)AUBURN:RM Auctions Auburn Fall event(B)THOREAU:Firefighter at the scene of the collision of asemitrailer(A)SPORTSNEW YORK: U.S. Open tennis tournament(B+A)MILAN: Serie A soccer match(B)Jakarta:18th Asian Games 2018(B+A)PTI PHOTO GCS OSOSlast_img read more

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11 days agoEx-Arsenal manager Wenger to have autobiography published

first_imgEx-Arsenal manager Wenger to have autobiography publishedby Paul Vegas11 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is to have an autobiography published.The Frenchman has long been linked with book deals that would see him explain the inner workings of his 22 years at Arsenal.And it was announced this morning by publisher Weidenfeld and Nicolson that Wenger will reveal all next year after agreeing to publish his autobiography.The book, titled ‘My Life in Red and White’, will be released in the autumn of next year and is Wenger’s first autobiography.The Frenchman is expected to discuss his life as “one of the greatest and most influential coaches and managers of modern times”, including his time as the longest-serving manager of Arsenal. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Stakeholders Discuss Repositioning of Cruise Shipping Industry in Mo-Bay and Ocho Rios

first_imgTourism and Entertainment Minister, Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, says the Ministry is currently engaging stakeholders in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios in discussions, to determine how best to re-position the cruise shipping industry in those resort areas. This is being done against the background of what he describes as a fall off in the number of cruise ship visitors arriving at those ports, in the wake of the opening of the Falmouth Cruise Pier in Trelawny. Speaking at a recent Jamaica Information Service (JIS) ‘Think Tank’, Dr. McNeill cited the significant increase in overall cruise ship visitor arrivals, which stood at 1,073,794 for the 10-month period, between January and October. This represents an 11.2 per cent increase over the 848,237 visitors coming to Jamaica during the corresponding period in 2011. “We have done extraordinarily well. Our arrivals have been increasing exponentially, largely because of the advent of the Falmouth Cruise Ship Pier. However what has been happening is that Montego Bay and Ocho Rios have remained about flat. So, while Jamaica is doing better, and Falmouth is doing better, there has been some influence on the others,” he outlined. Dr. McNeill said arising from discussions which he and Tourism Director, John Lynch, had with stakeholders in Montego Bay, a suggestion has been put forward to pursue and market possible implementation of home porting arrangements for a number of the vessels making calls to Jamaica. Home porting entails arrangements for vessels to register to a port facility, which will serve as its home berthing base.          Regarding Ocho Rios, the Tourism Minister pointed out that “we want to expand what’s coming” to that town. “We have been in discussion with the Chamber of Commerce, with the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA), with the Resort Board, and with our partners there, specifically the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), Port Authority of Jamaica and the Parish Council on the matter,” he informed, while pointing to a fleet of vessels expected to commence docking at that town’s port in 2013. Dr. McNeill advised that the facilities in Ocho Rios were toured some two weeks ago, during which discussions were held with several developers on how best these can be enhanced. “What we are looking at is to see whether we can come to some consensus and some real plans to go forward. Things may have to be (undertaken) on a phased basis. But, we have to put something on the table, and we are looking to see what plans can be done to help Ocho Rios, working closely with the Port Authority and the UDC,” the Minister said.last_img read more

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Arrow boss explains shock original character exit

first_imgArrow boss explains shock original character exitArrow said goodbye to one of the series’ original characters last night, and The CW show’s bosses have now confirmed that her exit is permanent.Thea Queen (Willa Holland) left during the episode after The Thanatos Guild – created by her father – arrived to seek the map to an ancient power. READ MOREArrow Boss Opens Up About Original Cast Member’s Long-Planned Exit, Including the ‘Most Painful’ Part of ItThe CW’s Arrow this Thursday bid adieu to one of its original cast members, when a new threat led one of the heroes to leave Star City. Twitter Advertisement Setting the stage for the send-off: Some Merlyn family chickens came home to roost when The Thanatos Guild, a rogue offshoot of the League of Assassins, surfaced in Star City to track down a mysterious box that Malcolm, their former Demon’s Head, had left behind. In their pursuit, the Guild squarely targeted Malcolm’s daughter Thea. And though Team Arrow was able to neutralize the imminent threat, they in doing so realized that Malcolm had discovered three Lazarus Pits, that needed to be dealt. Thea decided it was her responsibility to find and destroy them — and her recently resurfaced longtime love, Roy Harper, volunteered to go along for the wild ride. READ MOREArrow boss on that shocking cast departureArrow bid farewell to original character Thea Queen on Thursday — and EW can now reveal that Willa Holland is officially departing the CW super show as a series regular.After being encouraged by Oliver (Stephen Amell) to find happiness with Roy (Colton Haynes), Thea (Holland) planned to leave town. But her happily ever after was quickly crashed by the arrival of The Thanatos Guild, the successor to the League of Assassins that was created by her father Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) before his death.With the Guild seeking a map to an ancient power, Thea suited up for one final time — with Roy alongside her in a New 52-esque Arsenal costume — only to discover an even larger threat. So instead of getting a quiet happy ending, Roy and Thea decide to leave town alongside Nyssa (Katrina Law) to track down and destroy what is revealed to be three new Lazarus Pits around the world. READ MOREArrow Is Recruiting a Few Familiar Favorites for the End of Season 6Duncan Jones discusses the Prez movie that was never to be. Carol Danvers gets her ‘90s looks on in new Captain Marvel set pictures. Black Panther’s composer is heading to Venom. Plus, a sneak peek at Yo-Yo’s new upgrade on Agents of SHIELD, and new footage from Incredibles 2 and Riverdale’s musical episode. Behold, spoilers!Duncan Jones tweeted he has reached out to DC Entertainment’s film department to probe interest in an adaptation of Prez, the 1970’s comic book series about the first teenage President of the United States (and revived for another take in 2015). According to Jones, “They didn’t even know they had it”. READ MORE‘Arrow’ Season Finale’s Arrowverse Crossover Means It’ll Be Very PersonalSeason finales are usually when TV shows do something drastic. The villain is defeated, a twist shocks the heroes, a character makes a big return, or someone dies, take your pick. Well, we now have reason to believe that the Arrow will be quite personal, with major ramifications for because the season finale is a mini-Arrowverse crossover.Former Arrow star Caity Lotz, who currently stars on Legends of Tomorrow, is returning to Star City for the season finale of Arrow. Lotz shared the news on Twitter with an image of her as Sara Lance with stars Stephen Amell and David Ramsey during the second season, which is when she made her debut as Sara. Outside of the annual Arrowverse crossovers, Lotz last appeared on Season 4 Episode “Lost Souls” when she joined Team Arrow to save Ray Palmer from Damien Darhk. READ MORE ‘Arrow’ Says Farewell to an Original Series RegularAn original series regular is departing The CW’s Arrow. Willa Holland had been on a reduced episode count this season.Willa Holland, who has played Thea Queen/Speedy for six seasons, has exited the Greg Berlanti-produced DC Comics drama. Her last episode aired Thursday night and saw her character leave town in pursuit of righting her father’s wrongs. READ MORE LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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Money getting you down A psychologist is giving free advice on how

first_imgTHE BUDGET IS rarely a happy time for the public, at least in recent years.If last week’s cuts did affect you, or if several years of austerity is taking its toll, psychologist Shane Martin has some helpful advice on how to keep stress levels down and your mental health in order.The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy are holding a free talk this Thursday on how to keep the chin up during times of economic downturn, entitled “How to Cope with the Stress of Debt”.Research commissioned by the institute showed that for 3 in 10 Irish adults money is a source of stress, while 2 in 10 find that work was causes it.Speaking to TheJournal.ie, Martin, who runs Moodwatchers, said that we tend to look at the causes rather than cures where it comes to stress and mental health problems, and we’re also not talking about it enough.“We should be getting children ready to cope with problems they’re going to face later on in life at an earlier age,” he said, “and arming them with a toolbox that will help them keep their mental health in shape later in life. “We have a slight bias towards focusing on what makes us ill, rather than finding out how to keep ourselves well”He said that the most important thing for anyone feeling down about money is “to know that they’re not alone, as there are hundreds of thousands of people across Ireland who are in the exact same situation, and they too have little control over it”.He stressed the need to discuss your problems with other people, stating that “solitude is the greatest friend of depression”. Closing yourself off to advice and refusing to connect with people will only cause the situation to worsen.Keep up hobbiesHe also advises people to not to forget to invest in your health, to keep up hobbies we may give up as we become older despite them providing a source of relief, and to never make decisions when you are feeling strong emotions as it may just make the situation far worse.“You can have the situation of someone selling the family farm as a quick and simple way of cutting down on their debt, despite that fact that it may make more sense to keep it as a future source of income”.“Dark time”Martin also said that while Ireland is in a “dark time”, it won’t be long before we come out of it.“The Irish have an innate capacity to survive crisis. We have come through famine, the War of Independence, civil war, The Troubles, and economic crises in recent decades.“We can come through this storm, and not be engulfed”The event takes place next Thursday night at 6.30PM, is completely free of charge, although those wishing to attend are asked to pre-book online here.Read: 23 scientifically-backed ways to reduce stress >More: Cutbacks ‘causing stress’ among parents of children with autism >last_img read more

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The 14 most annoying things about being vegetarian

first_imgFlickr/Lucy Buykx (food)8. Smug non-vegetarians9. And competitive fellow vegetariansnofatladysinging.com10. Occasional secret bacon cravingsOne for the former meat-eaters, this.Flickr/nelli_es11. People making this face when you say ‘tofu’Photo via Shutterstock12. The eternal hell of buffetsFlickr/LabyrinthX13. Even delicious, innocent-seeming snacks being out of boundsUm, back to the bacon again.handbag.com14. And just when you’re feeling smug about a meat scandal…… just when your whole outlook seems to be validated by the universe…… something like this happens.h/t Dave MurrayMore: 13 unexpected advantages of being a vegetarian>You won’t be able to make it through this post without drooling> 1. This questionOver and over.Photo via Shutterstock2. The same vegetarian ‘option’ in EVERY restaurantSeriously, restaurants. There’s only so much goat’s cheese tart you can eat.Flickr/Ewan-M3. Concerned relatives thinking you REQUIRE meat to survivePhoto via Shutterstock4. People getting all defensive when you reveal your eating preferenceWhen you honestly couldn’t care less.Flickr/rjw15. And striving to find ‘contradictions’ in your beliefsPhoto via Shutterstock6. This just not being a vegetable, no matter how much waiters try to convince you.See also: “chicken”.Flickr/malias7. Disappointing fake meatlast_img read more

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Launch movement if you can Quader tells BNP

first_imgObaidul QuaderTaking a swipe at BNP’s Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader asked the party to take to the streets if it can, reports UNB.”BNP has been talking about movements. If it has the ability and courage, it should take to the streets first,” he told media at party chief’s political office in Dhanmondi.In the last decade, the BNP failed to put up even a 10-minute demonstration, the Awami League leader said.Fakhrul on Friday said that they would intensify their movement to free party chief Khaleda Zia from jail and ‘restore’ democracy.Quader said the BNP’s movement for democracy was fraught with contradictions. “Mirza Fakhrul himself didn’t join parliament after winning the election, but announced candidate for re-election. What sort of democracy is this?” he asked.The ruling party leader noted that five BNP MPs and the reserved seat MP joined parliament but the party’s secretary general didn’t. “This is ridiculous,” he said.Awami League joint general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif, Jahangir Kabir Nanak, organising secretary Ahmad Hossain, Bahauddin Nasim, AKM Enamul Haque Shamim, Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury, office secretary Abdus Sobhan Golap, relief and disaster management affairs secretary Sujit Roy Nandi, among others, were present.last_img read more

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Facebook Announces 399 Oculus Quest Standalone VR Headset

first_img Popular on Variety Oculus first announced its Santa Cruz headset at its developer conference two years ago, and gave developers and media a look at an updated version of the device last year. Last year’s version was still using handheld controllers with integrated touch pads, but the final version will ship with controllers that use Oculus Rift-style thumb sticks and buttons.Company executives likened Quest to the Rift multiple times, with Facebook VP of VR Hugo Barra saying that the Rift had been the company’s testbed to find out what was possible in VR. Quest “brings the magic of Rift to a mainstream product that appeals to an even wider audience,” he said.Oculus Quest is being powered by a custom inside-out-tracking technology developed by Facebook that is called Oculus Insight. This technology will not only make tracking work for Quest in a variety of rooms, it also works in much larger rooms than most existing home-based VR systems. Barra said that the company is demonstrating Quest at Oculus Connect with an arena-size demo measuring 4000 square feet.Launch titles for Oculus Quest will include “Vader Immortal,” a new “Star Wars” VR series produced by Lucasfilm’s ILMxLab. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15center_img Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used his keynote at the company’s Oculus Connect VR developer conference in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday to announce the next major product coming out of the company’s VR subsidiary: Oculus Quest, which was previously known as Project Santa Cruz, will ship next spring for $399.Oculus Quest is a standalone VR headset, meaning that it doesn’t require a PC or a mobile phone to run VR games and experiences. It also uses inside-out tracking, which allows the device to respond visually to users leaning into an experience.Oculus Quest will ship with two handheld controllers, and consumers will be able to access more than 50 VR titles at launch.“This is it,” Zuckerberg said. “This is the all-in-one VR headset that we have been waiting for.” Zuckerberg painted Quest as a key part of Facebook’s plan to get 1 billion people to use VR, a goal that he admitted was still far away.last_img read more

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300 Jedi Knights Fight 60000 Medieval Knights Who Wins

first_img Mattel Unveils Fashionable ‘Star Wars’ x Barbie Dolls‘Star Wars: Resistance’ Finale Sets Up ‘The Rise of Sk… “No one can kill a Jedi,” said Anakin Skywalker some years before he helped kill off the Jedi. It turned out not to be that hard. All you needed was to manipulate a trade dispute to incite a war, convince one side to commission an army of clone soldiers, and have the factory secretly put a chip in said soldiers heads (unbeknownst even to them) that forces them to turn on the Jedi when you give the order. Oh, and convince a brooding, disillusioned teenager to kill a bunch of kids. Easy. But what happens when a large group of less technologically advanced soldiers with a sense of honor try to do it?That’s what the new simulation from YouTuber SergiuHellDragoonHQ allows us to find out. Rather than an overcomplicated plan that they lack the technology and the Sith lord to pull off, these medieval soldiers try to wipe out the Jedi with pure numbers. Using the PC game Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator, a program that pretty much does what it says on the box, SergiuHellDragoonHQ pits an army of 60,000 medieval soldiers with swords against just 300 Jedi. Sure, one group has laser swords, and the other has… sword swords, but the sheer disparity in numbers should even the score. Right? Right?Oh. Oh, those poor medieval soldiers. He takes a while to build up to the big fight, but the undercard matches are worth checking out too. The medieval soldiers don’t even manage to kill a single Jedi until the 100 vs. 1000 match. The only time they’re able to kill all the Jedi is when the odds are 100 vs. 60,000. But the battle you’re here to see begins at the 17-minute mark. 300 Jedi vs. 60,000 soldiers is still obscenely one-sided in the Jedi’s favor. It’s almost mesmerizing watching them cut through the knights so easily. And with the knights all sporting different colors of armor, it’s like watching an especially satisfying (and violent) domino fall. Imagine what this would look like if the Jedi used the Force.Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator certainly lives up to its name. Watching this massive battle makes me long for something like it in one of the new Star Wars movies. I hope you’re paying attention, Disney. Who says a bunch of rogue Jedi Knights can’t go wreck house on an underdeveloped planet? Star Wars ain’t got a prime directive.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img read more

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One dead 40 shops gutted in New Town marketplace fire

first_imgKolkata: A shop owner was killed and a firefighter was injured after a devastating fire broke out at a temporary marketplace near the Shapoorji Housing Complex on Thursday morning. The impact of the fire was massive as multiple LPG cylinders blasted. According to local residents, around 3:30 am on Thursday, people heard sound of blasts from outside of Shapoorji Housing Complex. They found that the market was on fire. Within minutes the fire started spreading as multiple LPG cylinders started blasting one by one. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe New Town police station and Bidhannagar fire station were immediately informed. Two fire tenders were pressed into action. While dousing the fire, one firefighter hurt his leg and was admitted to the Bidhannagar Sub-Divisional Hospital. Despite repeated order by the police and firefighters to stay out of the danger area, some shopkeepers went near their shops to save their belongings. Md. Insaan was trying to save his shop when all of a sudden a LPG cylinder blasted leaving him injured. He was immediately rushed to a private hospital in New Town and later shifted to another private hospital near Vivekannada Yuva Bharti Kriranggan where he succumbed to his injuries. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAs the impact of the fire intensified three more fire tenders were sent to the spot. Approximately after one hour the fire was controlled. Till then around 40 temporary shops had turned into ashes. It is alleged to obtain electricity the shop owners hooked wires to electric lines. It is suspected a short circuit in the electrical wire due to hooking might have triggered the fire. As there were several LPG cylinders and inflammable items at the site, the fire spread fast. In another fire incident, fire broke out at a spa on the 10th floor of the Park Hotel behind the Convention Centre in New Town today. The floor was immediately evacuated and the fire was doused using the firefighting system of the hotel. No causality was reported.last_img read more

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Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 updates KB4480970 and KB4480960 causing network

first_imgWindows 7 and Server 2008 R2 updates KB4480970 and KB4480960 causing network issues by Martin Brinkmann on January 09, 2019 in Windows – Last Update: January 12, 2019 – 59 commentsMicrosoft published the security updates KB4480960 and KB4480970 on yesterday’s January 2019 Patch Day for the operating systems Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.Reports are coming in that installation of these updates may introduce networking issues. More precisely: network shares are no longer accessible using SMBv2.Update: Microsoft published KB4487345 and a standalone fix that customers may download from the Microsoft Update Catalog website to fix the issue.The security updates, both the monthly security update and the security-only update, fix security issues in several components. Additionally, they include a new protection against Speculative Store Bypass for AMD-based computers, and disable the option to configure PowerShell remote endpoints to work with non-administrator accounts. Microsoft made the change to PowerShell remote endpoints in all supported versions of the Windows operating system.The only known issue listed on the update page for KB4480970 is the long-standing issue that network interface controllers may stop working. The workaround, also available for months, is to install drivers for affected devices.Both KB4480960 and KB4480970 seem to cause issues with network shares under certain circumstances. Günter Born published a detailed account on his site about the issue.Several administrators reported networking issues after installation of KB4480970 stating that shares could not be reached after the installation of the update.An analysis of the issue was published on the German admin website Administrator.de. The analysis confirms the network share issue and that it is caused by the installation of KB4480960 or KB4480970.The issue is triggered only if the user attempting to make the connection is an administrator on the machine that hosts the Share. If the user is “just” a user on the device that hosts the share, the connection should be fine.A workaround has been published to address the issue. It modifies the Windows Registry and should be run on the system that hosts the share. Note that you need to run from an elevated command prompt.reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\system /v LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /fReboot the PC.The Registry entry defines how administrator credentials are applied for remote access. A value of 1 sets the restrictions to Audit mode.Removal of the updates resolve the issue as well but will remove the security patches on the target system that Microsoft released in January 2019.Now You: Have you been affected by the issue?SummaryArticle NameWindows 7 and Server 2008 R2 updates KB4480970 and KB4480960 causing network issuesDescriptionThe security updates KB4480970 and KB4480960 that Microsoft released in January 2019 seem to cause network issues when accessing network shares.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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Bisexual women are twice as likely to be abused by their partner

first_imgAlmost half of gay men have suffered domestic abuse at the hands of partnersIncluding bisexuals at Pride is about more than just acceptanceLGBTI domestic abuse: Here’s a global list of where you can go to get helpRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/bisexual-women-twice-likely-abused-partner/ eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Bisexual women are nearly twice as likely to be abused by a partner than straight women. This links up to other risks bisexual people face. A third of UK bisexual students face bullying and are also more likely to self-harm.Because of these challenges and fears, bisexual people hide their sexuality more than gay people.Other factors that contributeYounger women also experience more abuse than older women.Women aged 16-19 and 20-24 reported abuse the most out of the surveyed age groups.ONS graph of age | Photo: ONSOther results from this survey reveal that women suffering from illness and disabiliy, mixed race women, and women from lower incomes face more abuse.13% of women with a dehabilitating illness or disability suffer from abuse, compared to 5% of women without an illness or disability.10% of mixed race women, compared to a little over 6% of white and black women, face abuse.Finally, women who live in a household with an annual income less than £10,000 were five times more likely to suffer abuse than women living in a household with an income of more than £50,000.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS-center_img The information comes via the Office of National Statistics. Their report covers women aged 16-59 in England and Wales from March 2015 to 2017. Many of the statistics are alarming.The Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) defines domestic abuse as three different types:Non-sexual abuse — physical, financial, emotional, etc.Sexual assault and rapeStalking and threatsBisexual women in dangerIn the last 12 months, 10.9% of bisexual women surveyed have experienced domestic abuse of some kind. This is compared to 6% of heterosexual women.There are more differences when different types of abuse are taken into account.For example, 6.8% of bisexual women reported experiencing non-sexual abuse compared to 3.9% of straight women.Matters become much more dire when looking at sexual assault. Bisexual women are fives times as likely to suffer sexual assault from a partner compared to straight women (1.9% to 0.4%). Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… A woman crying | Photo: Unsplash/Thought Cataloglast_img read more

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Private hospital do their kind bit on Mandela Day 67Minutes video included

first_imgLa Verna Private Hospital (Lenmed) visited Juana Marie Old Age Home and the Sibusisiwe Home for the mentally retarded in Ezakheni to do their bit on Mandela Day this morning, July 18.The dynamic team handed out gifts and treated them with a hot cup of tea and delicious treats, not only that, the hospital choir sang for the oldies making sure they sang and clapped along.After they were done at the old age home, they then visited the children’s home where they too were given a hot meal and warm blankets and other goodies.Also read: The Ladysmith Gazette spent Mandela Day at the Provincial Hospital #67MinutesAlso read: Mandela Day:  Some charitable ways to spend your 67 minutes WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Lastly read: Mandela Day: Madiba favoured “food from home” – here’s the recipe for the oxtail he lovedTogether with the staff and the places they visited this morning, the children at the homes and the old age home were grateful to the friendly hospital team for their kind gesture in taking their busy time off to go out in helping the community.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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Ahead of World Sleep Day Westin Hotels Resorts 

first_imgAhead of World Sleep Day, Westin Hotels & Resorts – announces its latest programme, championing a more sound slumber for travellers around the world.Popular mentality has previously promoted the late-night grind followed by the early wake-up, a new generation of thought leaders, taste-makers and travellers have begun taking a stand to save their right to rest. Further denouncing the idea that “pulling an all-nighter” is en-vogue, Westin puts sleep shaming to bed.Westin is encouraging an emerging pro-sleep movement and pledging to support the World Sleep Society for those who use the #SleepStrong hashtag to showcase their “best rest” on Instagram and twitter. World Sleep Society is an esteemed non-profit organisation whose mission is to advance sleep health worldwide and who shares the Westin brand’s commitment to raising awareness about the benefits of a better night’s sleep.Turn-in, power-down & pledge to #SleepStrong with a “Bedtime Call” to bookend your wake up callWestin continues to find new ways to empower guests to regain control of their well-being and get their best rest while on the road. Beginning today through April 2017, the brand will pilot a “Bedtime Call” giving travellers the option to schedule a restful reminder for when they should turn-in and power-down to get a great night’s sleep. Guests can opt in upon request through the Westin Service Express team, who will schedule the “Bedtime Call” based on when they need to be up in the morning, guided by recommendations from World Sleep Society.last_img read more

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Winter Olympics fever is already in the air and i

first_imgWinter Olympics fever is already in the air, and it’s most palpable at Korea Tourism Organization as the ski resorts of the Gangwon Province prepare to host the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic & Paralympic Games in February and March 2018.Five of South Korea’s most popular ski resorts travelled to Australia for the Snow Travel Expo on Sunday 21 May in Sydney (and Melbourne on Sunday 28 May), taking the opportunity to showcase their winter tourism offerings to travel trade and media at a dedicated Korea Tourism Ski Roadshow on Monday 22 May at L’Aqua in Darling Harbour.Alpensia, Daemyung Vivaldi Park, High 1, Phoenix Park and Yongpyong are among the most prestigious resorts in the country, with three of them (Alpensia, Phoenix Park and Yongpyong) directly involved in hosting the Winter Olympics. All of them are looking forward to the once-in-a-lifetime exposure and interest in skiing Korea that is sure to be generated by the Games, furthered by the Korean government’s massive investment in infrastructure, including a high-speed rail link from Seoul to the Olympic hub in PyeongChang.JTB Australia staff with 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Mascots Soohorang and BandabiWinter sports are a natural fit for this country that is 70 per cent covered by mountains, with snow brought from Siberia. It is only the third time an Asian nation will have hosted the Winter Games. Both Director Tai Hwan Kim from Sydney’s Korea Tourism Organization office and Consul General for Korea, Sangsoo Yoon, expressed their delight at the increasing tourism exchange between Korea and Australia.CoSport, the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games Authorised Ticket Reseller for Australia, also joined the roadshow, alongside the likes of JTB Australia, Skimax, Korean Air and Asiana, to share the range of packages available for both consumers and corporate groups.Guests also had the opportunity to have their photo taken with the Games’ mascots, Soohorang the White Tiger and Bandabi the Moon Bear.Grace Lech of Grace Club Travel, winner of Korean Air prize, with KE Director, Sung Hoon KaLead image: Consul General Sangsoo Yoon & Director Korea Tourism Organization Sydney office, Mr Tai Hwan Kimlast_img read more

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Number of vacancies drops 57 in Q3

first_imgThe number of job vacancies fell 5.7 per cent in the third quarter of 2017, to 4,703, compared to the respective quarter of 2016, as the unemployment rate drops, the statistical service said.The drop in vacant positions in July to September was mainly on an annual 58 per cent reduction in the number of jobs in the hotel and restaurant sector, to 883, and a 74 per cent slump in the area of professional, scientific and technical activities, to 434, Cystat said in a statement on its website.The rise in vacancies in the third quarter was partly offset by a more than four-fold increase of jobs offered in the area of information and communication, to 359, and a 33 per cent increase in the area of retail and wholesale trade, and vehicle repairs, to 1,079, Cystat said.Compared to the previous quarter, the number of vacancies in July to September rose 1.4 per cent, Cystat said. Most vacancies in the third quarter were in the trade and accommodation sector followed by professional, scientific and technical activities and other services with 438.At the end of the third quarter, the unemployment rate was 10.2 per cent compared to 13 per cent a year before, according to the European Commission’s statistical office Eurostat.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Other estimates have put the missile’s range at as much as 5, Hawking was a living legend in the field of cosmology. "We’re very very thankful for that relationship"President Anne Blackhurst noted that the relationship between MSUM and Forum Communications goes back decades really to 1917 when the Black and Marcil families took ownership of The ForumAt the time she said MSUM was still known as Moorhead Normal School a term used for colleges that taught teachersSince then the world has undergone significant changes and Forum Communications has both narrated and curated those developments in the region Black said Also in the years since "hundreds and hundreds" of MSUM graduates have found careers in journalism and communications after receiving practical experience at Forum Communications newspapers and broadcast stations she said"Thank you Bill and Jane and Bill and Chris" Blackhurst said referring to Bill Sr and Jane Marcil and Bill Jr and Chris Marcil William C Marcil the elder Marcil is chairman of Forum Communications; Bill Jr is the company’s chief executive officer and publisher of The Forum"Thank you for your enduring partnership with MSUM" she addedTwo students both Marcil Center student apprentices thanked Forum Communications for the practical experiences they gained through the partnership"There’s so much going on and as much as you put into it you’ll get out of it" said student Derek Fletcher whose hands-on experience involved working on Forum Communications websites "It was an overall great experience"Another student Lexi Byler appreciated the real-world application of her apprenticeship "We got thrown in right away doing hands-on work" she said "It’s impossible to summarize how valuable that’s been" Bill Marcil Sr recalled that almost exactly 50 years earlier he stood in McLean Hall to dedicate the Norman Black Library; Norman B Black bought The Forum in 1917 Another noteworthy moment came in 1970 with a $40000 contribution then one of the university’s largest private gifts"The relationship with Moorhead State has been beneficial to us certainly" he said "It’s a great two-way street This is a partnership we’ve enjoyed for 100 years" and one the company will look forward to continuing over the next century Marcil saidFor a 16-year-old who has won two gold medals in two days at her maiden World Cup," EPA spokesman Rich Mylott said. the AIADMK asserted it was the constitutional obligation of the Governor to swear in Sasikala as Chief Minister and that there is no ground for stopping it. “The blocked roads and the continuous downpours have made some disaster areas inaccessible for heavy relief vehicles,” says Luby. "I wish there was a a coaches’ association developing coaches during my time. "I’m not supported by the Russian government. Ron Johnson.

"it seems predictable that the next step would be the actual release. the data said. Police are trying to ascertain the exact age of the youth. based Neomatrix has agreed to a licensing option as the university works to conduct large-scale testing of the technique according to Dr Edward Sauter the team leader and a professor of surgeryCommercialization is a key part of the strategic plan for UND’s Research and Economic Division and has been a goal of the university for some time "If we don’t translate our intellectual property into products they never get used" said Michael F Moore the associate vice president charged with commercialization hired in 2010 "That’s why developing early stage relationships with companies like Neomatrix is so important"But success in licensing its research — that is getting private companies to pay to use the research — has been elusive at timesMoore said there were only a few licensing deals last year and few if any in previous years New approachTraditionally cancer detection is about the detection of cancer cells UND’s technique relies on a new approach which looks at biomarkers or the byproducts of these cellsIn the university’s case it’s a trio of proteins found in fluids in the breast of women who aren’t nursing according to Sauter That fluid can be extracted with a kind of breast pump so the procedure is noninvasiveEach of the proteins tend to be present when there are cancer cells in the breast but they do not necessarily guarantee that there are cancer cells With the three proteins together the chance that cancer cells are present goes up much higherSo far UND has done some clinical tests but that’s not enough to validate that the technique is ready for approval by the US Food and Drug Administration Sauter said Yet the funding to do the needed large-scale testing has been scarce because he said he suspects funding agencies were disappointed with biomarkers used for detecting prostate cancer; early detection in that case didn’t help improve treatmentThat’s where Neomatrix may play a roleThe company is providing some funding to help kick start the large-scale testing he saidMoore said UND should know whether Neomatrix will commit to a deeper partnership in about six monthsReach Tran at (701) 780-1248; (800) 477-6572 ext 248; or send email to ttran@gfheraldcomThere are good combinations and there are bad combinations Dick & Dom good Chalk and cheese bad Bolognese and red wine good Ice cream (literally) on pizza badNow Virgin Wines almost certainly knows what its about when it comes to wine (why else would they make it) but do they really understand the meaning of Christmas And I dont mean the spiritual self-reflective biblical meaning of Christmas I very obviously mean Christmas crackersWell in anticipation of the festive season Virgin Wines has announced the pre-sale of special Christmassy themed crackers containing a 20 centilitre bottle of Senti ProseccoVirgin WinesCredit: PAThis should be enough to send the great British public into an excitable meltdown even though very large bottles of affordable Prosecco that can be shared with others (or not) are readily available in most supermarkets and small off-licencesCrackers are of course the digestif par excellence of the Christmas season here in dear old Blighty when we find our nearest – or weakest – relative cross swords as it were and pull as hard as possible in search of the goodies withinThe winner takes it all and in general that winner takes a shitty paper crown a small plastic toy of some sort (or nail scissors) and a joke so bad it makes you want to forget Christmas happened for another year It is a tradition as old as Christmas as the saying almost certainly does not gochristmas crackersOh yeah theyre also doing wine Christmas crackers. Guzman, Heathers and Dracula," he said. He is expected to be arrested when he returns to Pakistan on Friday to face his seven-year sentence. but is still less than Minnesota State requested or figures outlined in Gov. Being a political outsider.

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expected to pay tribute at the Basaveshwara statue on the banks of the river Thames which he had inaugurated during his last visit to the UK in 2015 With economic ties being an important pillar of the India-Britain bilateral relationship Modi and May will attend a CEOs Forum "We are the fourth largest investor and the second largest job creator in the UK" Naidu said Modi will also address the world in a globally broadcast live event from the historic Central Hall Westminster in London following in the footsteps of speakers such as Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr According to the Europe India Forum the organisers of Bharat Ki Baat Sabke Saath on Wednesday evening the Indian prime minister will address people of all nationalities and backgrounds as questions pour in on social media from far and wide—from the North Pole to New Zealand and Saudi Arabia to San Francisco After ending the bilateral leg of his visit Modi will attend this year’s CHOGM on 19-20 April While 19 April is the day of the main session of the 53-nation event the prime minister will participate in a leaders’ retreat on 20 April which will be an informal affair according to Rudendra Tandon Joint Secretary (United Nations Political) in the External Affairs Ministry "Over the years the Commonwealth has occupied a niche position in the development space in the world" Tandon said The Prime Minister will return to India on 21 April On the sidelines of the "unprecedented" welcome Modi will also be greeted with some protests at Parliament Square on Wednesday afternoon being spearheaded by Pakistani-origin peer Lord Ahmed and bringing together UK-based Kashmiri and Sikh groups A counter-demonstration titled British Indians Welcome Prime Minister Modi is also planned at the same time at Parliament Square With inputs from agencies Scientists have developed a new way to identify a chemical sample more than four football fields away simply by shining a laser on it The advance could one day provide a powerful tool for the military to detect explosives from a distance and even for astronomers to probe alien worlds for life “It’s a new approach that has never been seen before” says physicist Jérme Kasparian of the University of Geneva in Switzerland who was not involved in the study The technology leverages a well-established physical phenomenon called Raman scattering When light shines on a compound the compound’s molecules scatter a tiny fraction of the incoming photons around changing the photon’s energy level in the process The shift in energy which changes the frequency of the outgoing light varies for every compound With a spectrometer an instrument that measures the frequency of light scientists can observe this shift and identify the chemical in question Previously scientists have used lasers to remotely identify atoms in chemical samples but with Raman technology they would be able to identify chemical compounds directly The problem is that Raman scattering produces only a very weak signal—only about one in every 10 trillion photons that enter the compound is scattered So to make Raman spectroscopy work on a distant target researchers would need an enormously powerful laser to get a detectable signal back Physicist Marlan Scully of Texas A&M University College Station and his colleagues have sought to get around this problem by exploiting a relatively newly discovered phenomenon called random Raman lasing When one shines a very intense beam of light at a highly disordered material such as a powdered chemical the scattered photons can stimulate more photons to be emitted by the material in a similar way to how a laser works This produces a brighter scattered signal which in theory should be easier to detect from afar The Texas team shone intense laser pulses encompassing a broad spectrum of light on samples of powdered chemical compounds To simulate detecting the scattered light at a distance the researchers bounced the signal back and forth 13 times between mirrors so that it covered a distance of 400 meters before it entered the spectrometer With this approach the researchers could generate enough random Raman lasing in the samples to produce a signal that could be detected 400 meters away and could reliably identify ammonium nitrate and sodium nitrate as they report online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Both chemicals appear as white powders to the naked eye and emit Raman signals that are near identical in frequency The former is a harmless compound whereas the latter can be used to produce explosives The result of the experiment is “impressive” Kasparian says “This is a clean demonstration that measurement at a few hundred meters [away] is possible” But Anupam Misra of the University of Hawaii Manoa who was also not involved in the research says it would be more convincing if they had made a direct measurement from 400 meters rather than using relay mirrors to simulate the distance In this experiment because the sample is placed close to the mirrors and the spectrometer the Raman signal could have entered the spectrometer without traveling the full 400 meters he says Both Misra and Kasparian point out that to apply the technology in real life scientists still need to solve the other half of the question: building a laser powerful enough to focus an intense beam on a sample from hundreds of meters away The laser in the current experiment was just 85 meters from the samples Today’s technology allows a laser beam to focus over a distance of 100 meters at most Kasparian says If scientists do build such a laser the technology can have broad applications in agriculture environmental science and biomedical science In agriculture for example farmers could potentially fly laser-equipped planes over the fields to detect ammonia level in the soil and thus determine how much fertilizer to apply “The great thing about this part of science … is that … we are learning about ways in 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