A Dalit bridegroom visited a Ram temple at a village in Indore district of Madhya Pradesh under police protection on Thursday in the face of an unwritten ‘ban’. Members of upper castes allegedly do not allow the Balais, a Dalit community, to enter the Ram temple at Aurangpura village. The marriage procession of Ajay Malviya (22) was taken out under police protection on Thursday, and security was also provided when he visited the temple, a police officer said. Sub-Divisional Officer of Police Ram Kumar Rai said, “We had made adequate security arrangements for the marriage procession and his temple visit.” There was no untoward incident, he said.Plea to police The Akhil Bhartiya Balai Mahasabha had submitted an application to the Betma police station on Wednesday, alleging that Dalits were not allowed to enter the Ram temple at Aurangpura. It also alleged that caste-based discrimination was prevalent in the village. Alleging that there had been trouble during the marriage procession of another Dalit man in the past, the organisation demanded security for Mr. Malviya’s wedding procession. Dharmendra Malviya (32), the groom’s elder brother, said, “I have not seen in my entire life any person belonging to my community entering the Ram temple. So this time we decided that my younger brother must visit the temple.” He also said that when he rode a horse during his marriage procession in 2009, stones were pelted at them.
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Chennai, Mar 24 (PTI) Holi was celebrated in certain pockets of the city with usual fervour.The festival of colours was celebrated in Hindi-speaking areas here like Sowcarpet, where revellers splashed coloured powder and liquids at each other and made merry. Sporting a hue of colours on themselves, those celebrating the festival exchanged greetings. PTI SA APR DBS
Kohli urges bowlers to pull up their socksStar-studded Royal Challengers Bangalore were once again beaten and once again it was their bowling unit that let captain Virat Kohli down. Opting to bowl after winning the toss, RCB bowlers were hammered black and blue by an in-form David Warner, who hit 90 off just 50 balls to power Sunrisers Hyderabad to a massive 194 for five.Gujarat Lions aim to continue winning run against KXIPGujarat Lions will aim to continue their superb form in front of their home crowd when they take on Kings XI Punjab at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in an Indian Premier League match.Pune Supergiants seek turnaround against Mumbai IndiansRising Pune Supergiants will look to get their campaign back on track as they take on defending champions Mumbai Indians in the Maharashtra derby of the Indian Premier League.Leicester City seek to clinch EPL title with win at Old TraffordThe champagne is at the ready, the Premier League trophy in place but what used to be a routine occurrence at Old Trafford will have a surreal twist on Sunday if Leicester City beat Manchester United there to clinch the title.Barcelona beat Real Betis, move closer to La Liga titleBarcelona scored two second-half goals to defeat 10-man Real Betis 2-0 on Saturday and move closer to winning the Spanish league title. The victory puts Barcelona back in first place after both Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid had won earlier.
SEATTLE — Before playing against him, Robinson Cano’s only opinion of Masahiro Tanaka came from what he saw on television.After seeing him up close, Cano could make a full assessment. “He’s filthy,” Cano said.Seattle had no answers for the New York Yankees newest star. Tanaka struck out 11 and became the second pitcher in the majors with 10 wins, throwing a complete game for the Yankees in a 4-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners.Tanaka (10-1) won his fourth straight start. He allowed six hits, walked one and leads the AL with a 2.02 ERA. He tied for the wins lead with Toronto’s Mark Buehrle, who is 10-2.Tanaka was on the verge of possibly his most impressive performance of the season before giving up a two-run homer to Cano in the ninth inning that ruined the shutout.That only made Tanaka more determined to finish off his second complete game of the season. He struck out Kyle Seager and Logan Morrison to close out the victory.“He was pretty damn good. His secondary stuff was pretty good. His command was outstanding,” Seattle Manager Lloyd McClendon said. “Our guys battled their tails off all night, but he made exceptional pitches.”Seattle lost consecutive games for the first time since late May and the news didn’t get any better postgame.After placing first baseman Justin Smoak on the 15-day disabled list with a strained quad earlier in the day, he was joined after the game by outfielder Michael Saunders.Bothered recently by a sore shoulder, Saunders landed on the DL with inflammation in his right shoulder. A corresponding roster move will be made by the Mariners on June 12. Neither likely would have helped much against Tanaka.Tanaka has allowed only four earned runs in the past 29 2-3 innings and hasn’t given up more than three earned runs in any start.That number would be less if not for Cano hitting his third homer of the season — and first at Safeco Field — in the ninth. James Jones reached on an infield single with one out and Cano hit a drive out to left-center on the first pitch.Cano had three homers by April 10 last season with the Yankees. His shot was his first since May 21 in Texas.“That’s what you want. You want to get the first one in,” Cano said. “It was good. Hopefully it will continue and I’ll get some more.”Seattle rarely had chances against Tanaka. It took the Japanese rookie 15 pitches to get through the first two innings and 26 pitches setting down the first nine Mariners in order.Seattle got baserunners in the fourth when Jones and Seager singled, but the threat ended when Morrison struck out on a check swing.It also started a strikeout binge from Tanaka. Beginning with Morrison, six of the next seven outs came via strikeout.Tanaka also wiggled out of trouble in the eighth after Mike Zunino’s double and Brad Miller’s single. Just as movement started in the Yankees bullpen, Cole Gillespie lined out and Miller was doubled off first base to end the inning.“Obviously I wasn’t very happy about that home run, but at the end I’m pretty satisfied I was able to go all nine innings tonight,” Tanaka said through an interpreter.New York’s Jacoby Ellsbury extended his hitting streak to 15 games with an RBI single in the third.Two innings later, with Seattle starter Chris Young (5-4) struggling, Mark Teixeira hit a three-run homer that barely cleared the wall in right-center field. The game-breaking shot was Teixeira’s 11th homer of the season.Young lasted only five innings for the second straight start. “I needed to keep us close, give us a chance to win and I didn’t do it,” he said.(TIM BOOTH, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
England produced a clinical performance at Lord’s on Saturday to beat India by 86 runs in the second ODI of the three-match series.Defending a mammoth total of 322, England bowled out India for 236 to level the series 1-1 with all to play for in the final ODI at Leeds on July 17.Liam Plunkett was the pick of the bowlers for the hosts with figures of 4 for 46 in 10 overs while Adil Rashid and David Willey finished with two wickets each. Moeen Ali and Mark Wood also chipped in with a wicket each.India vs England 2nd ODI: HighlightsFor India, Suresh Raina top-scored with 46 runs while Virat Kohli (45) and MS Dhoni (37) also got decent starts but couldn’t convert them into big scores for a change.Dhoni in the process completed 10000 runs in ODI cricket, becoming only the 12th player and fourth Indian after Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid to achieve the feat in the 50-over format.Besdies the four Indian stalwarts, the elite list includes – Tillekaratne Dilshan, Kumar Sangakkara, Sanath Jayasuriya, Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Brian Lara (West Indies) and Inzamam-ul-Haq (Pakistan).Earlier, Joe Root spearheaded a strong batting effort with an unbeaten century to help England post 322 for 7 in 50 overs.Although a discilpined Indian bowling attack jolted the hosts at regular intervals, Root kept England sailing as he was involved in a couple of valuable partnerships with Eoin Morgan and David Willey, both of whom posted half-centuries.Root, who brought up the 12th century of his career, remained unbeaten on 113 runs off 116 balls which included eight boundaries and a six.advertisementOpting to bat first, openers Jason Roy (40) and Jonny Bairstow (38) started cautiously as England crossed the 50-run mark in 7.2 overs.Last match’s hero Kuldeep Yadav drew first for India as he broke the 69-run opening stand in the 11th over.The wrist spinner sent back Bairstow before dismissing his partner – Roy in the 15th over, leaving England at 86/2.He finished up with figures of 3/68 runs while Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal and Hardik Pandya scalped a wicket each.Root and Morgan stablised the England innings in middle overs with a 103-run partnership for the third wicket.Morgan produced a steady innings, scoring 53 runs off 51 deliveries as England inched towards the 200-run mark.Once again, it was Kuldeep who gave the third blow to the hosts, sending back the England skipper in the 31st over, with the scorecard reading 189/3.Morgan’s knock was laced with four boundaries and a six.Ben Stokes’s (5) stay at the crease was short lived as Hardik Pandya struck to scalp the all-rounder’s wicket while Umesh and Chahal too, joined the party, dismissing Jos Buttler (4), Moeen Ali (13) respectively.Despite losing three wickets with the addition of another 50 runs, Root kept England’s scorecard ticking as he forged a 83-run partnership with David Willey.Willey produced a quickfire innings, smashing 50 runs off 31 balls before being stumped in the final ball of England’s innings.Brief Scores: England 322/7 (Joe Root 113, Eoin Morgan 53; Kuldeep Yadav 3/68) beat India 236 (Suresh Raina 46, Liam Plunkett 4/46, Adil Rashid 2/38) by 86 runs to level the 3-match series 1-1.
PREMIER’S OFFICE–Ottawa Refuses to Make Long-Term Commitment toHealth Care The Nova Scotia government will continue to work hard to improvehealth care, despite the new prime minister’s refusal to make along-term pledge to health care. Premier John Hamm said he is disappointed that Prime MinisterPaul Martin has done nothing but fulfill a one-time fundingpromise made by former prime minister Jean Chretien. “The federal government has said no to patients, no to doctors,nurses and health-care workers,” said the premier. “NovaScotians and all Canadians are counting on Ottawa to fully committo working together to improve health care.” Nova Scotia believes Ottawa must adopt the health-care fundingformula recommended by federal royal commissioner Roy Romanow. While the Romanow report recommended a 25 per cent federal share,Ottawa will continue to contribute only 16 per cent of health-care funding. “Nova Scotia has a plan to improve health care and we’re backingit up with record investments in health care,” said the premier. “Nova Scotians need to ask the federal government: after adecade of federal cuts, after the Romanow report, why won’tOttawa do what Nova Scotia does and deliver the funding that’sneeded to reduce wait times and put more doctors, nurses andother health-care workers on the front lines?” Last year, Nova Scotia became the first province in Canada toguarantee funding over the next three years to the province’shospitals, despite the fact that since 1993, the federalgovernment has cut more than a billion dollars from health andsocial transfers from Nova Scotia alone. “Money isn’t the only solution, but we can’t make positivechanges for health care without Ottawa working with Nova Scotiaas a real partner,” added the premier. Premier Hamm is also concerned that the federal government notallow any further changes to equalization that will cut fundingto public services in Nova Scotia, offsetting any new federalmoney. “It is imperative that the federal government ensure that ourprovince’s health and social programs aren’t jeopardized by morechanges to equalization,” said the premier. Since 1999, Premier Hamm has stood up for Nova Scotians concernedwith the lack of federal support for Nova Scotia.
In its midterm report to the Security Council, the Group of Experts on Côte d’Ivoire – divided since 2002 between the Government-held south and a northern area dominated by the rebel Forces Nouvelles – noted that quasi-private militias maintain control over natural resources in the north and exact rents from local businesses and the civilian population.The report noted that the north of the country is fractured into a series of politico-military commands which compete, sometimes violently, over natural resources and depend on the availability of foreign and local markets for the export of the resources, as well as relations with foreign suppliers to import fuel, vehicles and weapons.Despite the arms embargo, a provision of the 2007 Ouagadougou Agreement signed by the Government and Forces Nouvelles, the report warned that the factions in the conflict remain heavily armed and ready to resume hostilities should the political situation deteriorate and their economic interests threatened.“It is also imperative to avoid an escalation of verbal confrontation which would only divert attention from the issues that real concern Ivorians,” UNOCI spokesperson Hamadoun Touré told journalists in Abidjan.In response to a question on the call by elements of the Forces Nouvelles for the Prime Minister to resign, Mr. Touré said that it was an internal matter and underscored the importance of the institutional framework established by the Ouagadougou Political Agreement. “We are counting on this system, otherwise we are going to find ourselves in situations which could be beyond our control and take us back.”He noted that there are urgent challenges to overcome in order to organize open, free, fair and democratic elections as soon as possible.After a meeting with the West-African nation’s Prime Minister yesterday, Y. J. Choi, head of UNOCI, told correspondents that there is now peace and stability in the country, with commercial activity in the south, north and west, and the identification and voter registration operation making strides.However, he said, there have been delays in the electoral process, which now lacks a timetable, along with slow implementation of the latest addendums to the Ouagadougou Political Agreement, especially with regards to the transfer of authority, the centralization of the treasury and the redeployment of the administration in the north. Earlier, the spokesman had announced that Mr. Choi, who is also the Special Representative of Secretary-General for Côte d’Ivoire, would be presenting the Secretary-General’s latest report on the country to the Security Council on 28 April. 17 April 2009The fragile political stability in Côte d’Ivoire is at significant risk of collapsing into armed conflict if the economic interests of various factions are threatened in the West African country, according to a group of United Nations experts in a report made public today.
The Government will take measures to prevent man-made disasters in future, the new Minister of Disaster Management Anura Priyadharshana Yapa said.The Minister expressed these views after assuming duties at his Ministry today. Minister Yapa said that apart from being prepared for an emergency situation which could arise from a disaster, attention should be drawn to proper disaster management.He said that with global warming, Sri Lanka faces several threats since it is an island and as a Nation greater attention must be drawn towards those threats. (Colombo Gazette)
by Angela Charlton, The Associated Press Posted Feb 2, 2016 3:05 am MDT Last Updated Feb 2, 2016 at 11:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Drugmaker Sanofi Pasteur launches effort for Zika vaccine A youth walks along an alley between homes that stand on stilts above water, trash and sewage, in a slum in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil, Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. Zika is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is well-adapted to humans, thrives in people’s homes and can breed in even a bottle cap’s-worth of stagnant water. While anyone can be bitten by Aedes, public health experts agree that the poor are more vulnerable because they often lack amenities that help diminish the risk, such as air conditioning and window screens. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana) PARIS – Drugmaker Sanofi Pasteur said Tuesday it is launching an effort to research and develop a vaccine to prevent the Zika virus, after the World Health Organization declared a global emergency over its explosive spread across the Americas.There is no treatment or vaccine for the mosquito-borne virus, which has been linked to birth defects and is in the same family of viruses as dengue. Sanofi made the first dengue vaccine shot, licensed last year in Brazil after years of scientific struggle to develop one.Sanofi’s Dr. Nicholas Jackson, who is leading the company’s Zika effort, said it will leverage experience with the dengue vaccine, yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis. It hopes existing manufacturing capabilities, technology and ongoing studies in 10 countries on the dengue virus will also help speed up the search.Vaccine development typically takes years. Jackson, head of global research for Sanofi Pasteur, said the company wants to “greatly accelerate” the hunt for a vaccine but that Brazilian predictions of a version within three to five years sound “ambitious.”“It’s very difficult to predict a reliable timeline … given that we’re learning so much about the disease and what we need to do,” he told The Associated Press.The U.S. government announced last week that it is beginning research into a possible vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health said there are vaccines in various stages of development for other viruses in the same family — dengue, West Nile and chikungunya — that offer a pattern for creating something similar against Zika.Sanofi Pasteur, a unit of Sanofi SA, said it is in informal discussions with the WHO and Brazilian authorities. “Collaboration is absolutely essential to understand this frightening disease.”The Zika virus was long thought to be relatively benign, with generally milder symptoms than dengue. But amid a large recent Zika outbreak in Brazil, researchers began reporting an increase in a rare birth defect named microcephaly, in which babies are born with abnormally small heads.The WHO on Monday called it an “extraordinary event” that poses a public health threat to other parts of the world, declaring a global health emergency despite a lack of definitive evidence proving the virus is causing birth defects.Sanofi plans to “rush through” a series of vaccine candidates, including that used for dengue, Jackson said. He said he hopes that the company learned enough during its 20-year, $1 billion search for a dengue vaccine to rule out some ideas that turned out to be ineffective.Clinical trials for the zika vaccine, however, would be particularly difficult as they might involve testing in women of child-bearing age and pregnant women, groups that scientists have traditionally been loathe to put at risk.With France’s medical community reeling after a man died during clinical trials of a painkiller last month, Jackson insisted that “we would never compromise safety” amid the speeded-up effort for a Zika vaccine.He said he hopes an eventual vaccine would be available to all populations, but especially to adolescent girls before they begin sexual activity, because of concerns about possible birth defects. He said it was too early to say whether it would be used to vaccinate pregnant women.
Katie Desveaux has just achieved one of the most successful seasons by a Brock women’s figure skater in the program’s history, and on Wednesday night (March 29) she was rewarded with the Female Athlete of the Year title from Brock Sports.Joining her in the major award category is two-sport athlete Eric Bradey, who was named Brock’s Male Athlete of the Year for 2016-17.The awards were announced in front of a loud, cheering crowd as more than 850 Brock varsity athletes, coaches, family, friends and staff packed the Holiday Inn and Suites in St. Catharines for the annual Athletics Awards banquet. Desveaux, who hails from North York, helped lead the Badgers to a school-best silver medal finish at the OUA Championships, and a bronze medal at the OUA Winter Invitational. At the 2017 OUA Championships, she and teammate Laura Holbrough captured gold in both the Women’s Open Short Dance and Women’s Int. Similar Pairs. In one of the strongest skates of the championships, Desveaux captured her third gold medal of the event winning the Women’s Open Solo Dance. For her performance she was named an OUA first team All-Star. Bradey, meantime, was busy posting another strong season in both soccer and then curling. The Guelph native was captain of the men’s varsity soccer team for a third season, and was one of the top centre backs in the OUA West Division, constantly disrupting opposition attacks as well as contributing play build up. During the winter season, he was skip and team captain of the Brock men’s curling team leading them to an OUA bronze medal for the second-consecutive season. He was named an OUA All-Star after shooting an impressive 80 per cent at the OUA Championships, where Brock posted a 7-2 record. He also led the Badgers to the 2017 Brock Bonspiel title. Overall, the Brock Badgers had a very successful 2016-17 season capturing three provincial and two national championships giving the University 115 championships in school history. Brock teams also took home four provincial silver medals and four bronze medals.Other major award winners included men’s rugby’s Jeremy Brownridge (Sunderland, ON), who took home three major awards, two-sport athlete Lauren Kniewasser (Ottawa) who received two awards and women’s hockey’s Brenna Murphy (Odessa, ON).Brock Badgers skater Katie Desveaux, left, who is shown here with teammate Laura Holbrough, was named the 2016-17 Brock Sports Female Athlete of the Year.Brownridge received the R.M. Davis Surgite Award while Murphy took home the David Atkinson Surgite Award. Both student-athletes have excelled in the classroom and on the field throughout their university careers.Kniewasser and Brownridge received both the Dallas Beaton Award and David S. Howes Spirit of Brock Athletics Awards.The Dallas Beaton is named after former Brock men’s hockey captain Dallas Beaton because of the dedication he showed towards academics, athletics and the community during his time as a Brock student-athlete. The Spirit of Brock Award is named after David S. Howes, who was committed to Brock University and the community. It is presented to students who best embody the spirit of Sir Isaac Brock – leadership, courage, innovation, inspiration and community service. The Wally Barrow Memorial Brock Coach of the Year award was awarded to Brock figure skating head coach Katie Dortono. She led her team an OUA silver medal highlighted by five individual golds. She was also named OUA Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season. She has been an instrumental part of building the Brock figure skating program.The Marilou Iusi Director’s Awards, were presented to Dr. Phil Sullivan and Brock University Vice-President, Administration Brian Hutchings for their dedication and commitment to Brock University and the athletics program. This award is named after Marilou Iusi who worked for the Department of Athletics and Recreation for 39 Years. Marilou was a tireless worker who cared deeply for the athletes and the people she worked with and Brock University.The Tom Kearney Athletic Therapy Award was presented to student therapists are Joanna Juszczak, Gabriel Mendonca and Steven Lam.The 2016-17 Brock Women’s Team of the Year was the Brock women’s wrestling team, which captured its seventh USPORTS National title and 16th OUA title in school history. The Brock women dominated both the OUA and U SPORTS championships. They had six USPORTS All-Canadians, eight OUA All-Stars and the team was ranked No. 1 the entire season. Head Coach Marty Calder was named both the OUA and USPORTS Women’s Coach of the Year. The 2016-17 Brock Men’s Team of the Year was the Brock men’s wrestling team, which captured its 17th National title and 19th OUA title in school history. Like the women, the men’s team dominated the championships with eight All-Canadians and nine OUA All-Stars.
Facebook Seth Rollins responds to Jon Moxley’s post-WWE comments made on the Jericho podcast Cesaro WWE has issued a statement on behalf of Dylan Miley, who portrays Lars Sullivan on television, for racist and homophobic remarks he made before signing with the company.“There is no excuse for the inappropriate remarks that I made years ago. They do not reflect my personal beliefs nor who I am today, and I apologize to anyone I offended.”The apology, released to SI.com, is due to several racist, homophobic, and offensive comments he made on the forum Bodybuilding.com. The statements were unearthed in November 2018 by a Reddit user and have since found new life after Sullivan debuted on the main roster on the RAW after WrestleMania this past April.Big E and Kalisto are two WWE Superstars that have spoken out about Sullivan’s comments in the wake of the controversy.Many are aware. If true, he has to bear the albatross of being a bigot & working in a company that is now filled with minorities.— Florida Man (@WWEBigE) May 8, 2019https://twitter.com/KalistoWWE/status/1126296246920986625Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipSeth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate OccasionsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:27 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Kurt Angle Update on Lars Sullivan’s injury, identity of janitor “Gary Garbutt” on last night’s RAW Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Joan Jett Set To Perform Ronda Rouseys Entrance At WrestleMania 35 Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Seth Rollins Pinterest Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Roman Reigns is in Remission Google+ Is WWE Losing Its Audience? Mike Tedesco RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE comments on passing of Harley Race, Wrestling industry reacts to passing Twitter Videos Articles
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 6, 2016 – Matthew tearing at Grand Bahama, residents say the winds are terrifying. An unexpected encounter and a different class of storm is how a manager at the Emergency Operations Center set up at the NIB in Freeport, Grand Bahama described Hurricane Matthew just moments ago.Magnetic Media was able to speak to Tammi Mitchell who confirmed that ‘yes,’ roofs of storm shelters have been compromised.At the Foster B. Pestaina Centre of the Christ the King Anglican Pro Cathedral, where 72 special needs patients are housed with 14 volunteers, they are praying that the roof does not blow away. Hurricane Matthew is so fierce that they cannot evacuate, even though the roof is partially torn off the building, as the Royal Bahamas Defense Force is standing by in the event the near 100 mph winds rips the covering away. Mitchell says then, they will have to make a dash for it, somehow.Jack Hayward High school gym is also with a compromised roof, there are 19 people at that shelter. Eight Mile Rock High school gym has a leaking roof, and there are 112 people housed at that shelter. All individuals are accounted for says Ms. Mitchell, and are well.At the Cancer Association on West Atlantic Drive, the 40 people there and the structure are fine; at the St Georges’ High, the 112 people are fine and so is the structure. Mitchell confirmed that this is not the same report for many in South Bahamia, North Bahamia and Caravel Beach where there are many calls coming in for roofs being ripped off in Cat4 Matthew.There were valiant petitions, including video tailor-made to demonstrate the level of danger for West End which is the part of the island expected to feel the worst lashing from this dangerous hurricane; still some stayed in the fishing village. Tammi Mitchell confirmed that a lot of the residents did leave the West End coastal area which is, as she put it, ‘under water again.’It was a better account for the eastern end of the islands, where only seven people remained in Pelican Point; even Sweeting’s Cay residents heeded officials call to evac, and did so ahead of Matthew.Grand Bahama often gets it, and according to Kirk James of the meteorology department, he explained that there is about 90 minutes more of the battering at 98 mph winds and then its onto the Tropical Storm force winds. The latest National Hurricane Center model puts the eye of Category 4 Matthew just off the coast of Hunters in Grand Bahama.For some both power and water are off. Hon. Sharlene Cartwright Robinson, HURRICANE MATTHEW Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:hurricane matthew, hurricane matthew rips through grand bahama, poles are down, shelter roofs are compromised
Popular deal website Groupon is built with Ruby on Rails technology.Both Acquia and Engine Yard noticed an emerging market trend of businesses utilizing both Drupal and Ruby on Rails components in their websites, and felt there was enough market demand to investigate a partnership. After about four months of proposals, Acquia and Engine Yard made the partnership official.With this alliance, House says companies will be able to bypass general web hosts like Rackspace. “With one support system to call, and with a seamless relationship, we can triage it to the appropriate technical team. It simplifies the procurement process,” says House. Acquia, a commercial open source “social publishing” solution for corporations using Drupal, has partnered with Engine Yard, a provider of Ruby on Rails web development framework.With this partnership, both companies (each which is considered a PaaS, or platform-as-a-service) will be able to offer publishers who use Drupal and Ruby on Rails a one-call solution at the “database level, operating system level, web server level and the application level,” says Bryan House, the VP of marketing with Acquia. Both systems have similar components, as Drupal is built on PHP technology, and PHP and Ruby on Rails have like frameworks. Acquia, co-founded by Drupal creator Dries Buytaert in 2007, currently serves 175 large customers in its hosting environment. According to House, this translates to three billion HTP requests a month. Acquia offers the businesses they work with (such as Al Jazeera and Mother Jones) enterprise support, similar to what “they would expect from Microsoft or another-enterprise class application,” House says.
Share Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/23155334/Palabras-6-22-17.mp400:0000:0001:42Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. La ciudad de Houston votó el miércoles a favor de unirse a la demanda existente contra el estado de Texas por la llamada Ley de ciudades santuario, o SB4, de la que ya forman parte las otras tres grandes ciudades del estado: Austin, Dallas y San Antonio.Previamente, grupos de opositores a la ley, que permite a los agentes del orden locales pedir documentación de estado inmigratorio cuando detienen a alguien, acudieron masivamente al Ayuntamiento de Houston para reclamar al alcalde, Sylvester Turner, y al Concejo de la ciudad que votaran a favor de demandar a Texas.Pero, ¿cuál es la importancia de este gesto de Houston y qué repercusión puede tener?Nuestro experto en política, Jerónimo Cortina, te lo explica, como siempre, En Pocas Palabras.
Mike Tomlin deserves heat, but shouldn’t be firedThe Steelers fired offensive coordinator Todd Haley yesterday, following a disappointing home playoff loss, and many others would like the organization to go a step further and fire Mike Tomlin. Colin has been hard on Tomlin, and has frequently criticized his teams for running too high on emotion and lacking attention to detail, but he disagrees with those that want him axed.Even though Tomlin has historically struggled to beat the Patriots, and mismanaged the final seconds of their crucial Week 15 loss to New England, Pittsburgh finished with 13 wins, and were an instant replay reversal of a Jesse James TD catch away from having home field advantage throughout the playoffs.The Patriots make overcoming adversity look easyThe Patriots are one win away from yet another Super Bowl appearance, and even though they make it look easy, they have quietly overcome adversity this season that would have sent most NFL teams into a downward spiral. Not only did they lose top wideout Julian Edelman for the year before the season started, they also have two coordinators that are about to take head coaching gigs, and have dealt with the tidal wave of publicity over the highly publicized article detailing dysfunction in the organization.Bill Belichick is the greatest football coach of all-time, but he’s also unrivaled in getting his teams to block outside noise that would derail the season for lesser teams.Also:-Lonzo Ball is the most underrated player in the NBAGuests: Seth Joyner – FS1 NFL Analyst is in-studio to explain why he has confidence in Doug Pederson is the right coach in Philly; and why the Eagles can beat the Vikings.Greg Cosell – Senior Producer NFL Films joins the show to look at the film on Todd Haley’s playcalling and Pittsburgh; how the Patriots get pressure on the quarterback; and if Blake Bortles has improved significantly.Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio talking Lonzo’s influence on the Lakers, and why the Cavs need to trade the Nets pick to compete in the Finals.Paul Richardson – Seattle Seahawks wide receiver is in-studio talking how the team can regroup; if the outspoken locker room was an issue this season; and what offensive changes he expects next year.
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WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The man who was shot dead on Thursday evening near Roosboom has not yet been formally identified by police. The vehicle he was travelling in, a red Toyota Corolla, was shot at by the occupants of a passing vehicle while travelling on the R103. Numerous shots were fired and rifle shells were found at the scene.There were 4 occupants in the Corolla at the time of the shooting and 1 died at the scene.The other 3 occupants were injured in the shooting.Police say the motive has not been established as yet, and Ladysmith detectives are investigating a case of murder and attempted murder.
Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Comments Share “We are making some critical decisions that are going to move the process forward in Iraq,” he said.“Prime Minister (Haider) al-Abadi has a plan. We support the plan and were part of the plan,” he added, while also acknowledging that the U.S. could be more “self-critical” about its role and improve on communications within the coalition.The 71-year-old Kerry is an avid cyclist who often takes his bike with him during overseas trips.He said while he expects to remain on crutches for some time he hopes to return to cycling.“The one big thing I will tell you about being on my back for a few days is that it gives you time to think,” he said. “It gives you clarity. I’ve had a lot of time to think about some of the challenges we face.”White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Kerry’s release indicates his determination to get back to his office and back to work.“The truth is he probably benefited from a little rest when he was in the hospital,” Earnest said.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Sponsored Stories He promised to be “absolutely, totally and fully engaged” in nuclear negotiations with Iran, saying he remained confident the June 30 timetable for completing a deal could be achieved.He said he expected to travel overseas to join in the discussions later in the month as they neared a critical juncture.“Our team is in Vienna right now working out very complex … details of this agreement,” Kerry said “It’s a tough slog. It’s not easy.”Kerry was injured May 31 when his bike struck a curb and he fell on a regular Tour de France route southeast of Geneva. He was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Geneva where X-rays confirmed the fracture of his right femur.The former U.S. senator from Massachusetts was later flown to Boston and underwent a four-hour operation June 2.Dr. Dennis Burke, an orthopedic surgeon, said Kerry’s recovery from surgery has been uncomplicated.“He is ambulating independently on crutches and working hard with physical therapy toward a full recovery, which we anticipate will occur in several months’ time,” Burke said in a statement.Kerry said he has been working the phones and spoke with President Barack Obama and other top administration officials on Thursday about issues including efforts to help Iraq stop advances by the Islamic State group. BOSTON (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was discharged from a Boston hospital on Friday, 10 days after undergoing surgery on a broken leg he sustained in a bicycle accident in France, and he declared he had not missed a tick on key foreign policy issues during his recovery.Kerry left Massachusetts General Hospital on crutches but under his own power. He told reporters he planned to go to his nearby home in the Beacon Hill neighborhood for a few days before traveling to Washington next week. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Men’s health affects baby’s health too Top Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober
March 7, 2013 503 Views Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Demand For-Sale Homes Home Prices Home Sales Housing Supply Investors Lenders & Servicers Service Providers Zillow 2013-03-07 Tory Barringer Zillow Observes Inventory Crunch as Selling Season Approaches Inventory shortage continues to darken the skies over the housing market as the spring selling season approaches, “”Zillow””:http://www.zillow.com/ reported Thursday.[IMAGE]Zillow observed a 16.6 percent year-over-year decline in its overall number of listed homes in late February, indicating an inventory crunch just as buyers start to feel more comfortable dipping their toes into the market.Nationwide, the greatest year-over-year decreases inventory declines were among more expensive homes, with the availability of top-tier properties falling 20.5 percent on an annual basis. That was followed by middle-tier homes (which saw a 17.2 percent inventory reduction) and bottom tier homes (9.1 percent). Only five metro areas posted higher inventory in February 2013 than in February 2012: El Paso, Texas (18.5 percent higher); Albuquerque, New Mexico (8.1 [COLUMN_BREAK]percent); Little Rock, Arkansas (7.7 percent); Fort Myers, Florida (1.5 percent); and Youngstown, Ohio (0.2 percent).Meanwhile, California’s larger metros reported the greatest decreases in for-sale homes over the past year. Among the 30 largest metros covered by Zillow, four of the top five in inventory contraction call California home: Sacramento (down 48 percent); Los Angeles (down 45.7 percent); San Francisco (down 40.9 percent); and San Diego (down 39.4 percent). The outlier is Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, which saw a 36.7 percent drop in inventory.””The supply of for-sale listings continues to dry up, driven in part by potential sellers trapped in negative equity and homeowners that won’t sell out of fear they won’t be able to find a suitable home to buy later,”” said Dr. Stan Humphries, Zillow’s chief economist.While inventory declined year-over-year in February, Zillow noted the drop was less severe than in January, which saw a 17.5 percent decline from the previous year. In addition, almost two-thirds of the areas surveyed showed a smaller year-over-year decline in for-sale homes in February than in January, which might indicate an easing in today’s tight inventory.Humphries expects the inventory issue will fix itself as rising prices coax sellers back into the market. However, this spring season may be a dry one.””While this inventory is coming, it may still be a frustrating spring for buyers vying for what inventory is available,”” Humphries said. in Data, Origination Share