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first_imgVidarbha captain Faiz Fazal was over the moon after his side’s magnificent victory over Saurashtra in the Ranji Trophy final in Nagpur. Vidarbha, on Thursday, defeated Saurashtra by 78 runs in the summit clash to lift the Ranji Trophy title for the second consecutive year.Chasing 206 for a victory, Saurashtra crashed to 127 in their second innings thanks to left-arm spinner Aditya Sarwate’s 6 for 59. Sarwate, who had also picked a five-wicket haul in the first innings, finished with 11 wickets in the match for his maiden 10-wicket match haul in first-class cricket.”It feels unreal. Behind all this there is a lot of hard work from each and everyone. It is different, first time is always special but we had to work really hard this season. The whole team worked hard in the off season,” Faiz Fazal said at the post match presentation ceremony.Vidarbha defeat Saurashtra by 78 runs in the Ranji Trophy finalLift back-to-back Ranji Trophy titles pic.twitter.com/km0LASmN4SBCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) February 7, 2019Fazal also thanked each and every member of his team and also had a special word of praise the support staff.”Really happy with the entire season but more happy with the way we played this final. Can’t thank them enough, each and every member of the support stuff has been incredible. They give us everything and make our life comfortable,” he said.Faiz Fazal also joined an elite list of Ranji Trophy captains to win two successive Ranji Trophy titles. He became the 11th captain to achieve the feat.advertisement”Lucky charm maybe (talking about captaincy). Hopefully I continue for a few more years,” Fazal said.Aditya Sarwate, who was named man-of-the-match, bagged his 12th five-wicket haul in first-class cricket.”It was a terrific final. I would like to congratulate the Saurashtra team to coming this far. They (team management) are always there for us. In the second innings it was difficult to rotate the strike but the idea was to bat long and let the pitch deteriorate. The runs with the tail were crucial,” Sarwate said.Also Watch:last_img read more

first_imgkyler murray showed up to oklahoma in this outfitThe Baker Mayfield era at Oklahoma was a pretty great one. The Sooners’ are starting a new era behind center this afternoon.Kyler Murray, a former five-star recruit who transferred into Oklahoma’s program, is set to start behind center today.The former top recruit will be playing just one season at Oklahoma, as he was taken in the top 10 of the 2018 MLB Draft by the Oakland A’s. He’ll be off to the minor leagues after this college football season.Murray, obviously, will be looking to make the most of this one season starting for the Sooners.The dual-threat quarterback showed up to this afternoon’s game looking like a star.Check out this pregame outfit:Kyler Murray: 8 TDs today. pic.twitter.com/PuQgfqWkXO— Matt Schick (@ESPN_Schick) September 1, 2018That’s a star quarterback outfit, most definitely.Oklahoma and Murray are set to open their season against FAU. Kickoff is set for noon. The game will be televised on FOX.last_img read more

first_imgWork is underway to prepare for a major project on Highway 125 inCape Breton County. The tender to complete the clearing of about six kilometres ofright-of-way from exit 4 near Balls Creek to exit 6 near SydneyRiver has been awarded. R. MacLean Forestry Ltd. of Antigonishwas awarded the contract, valued at $38,750. The work is to becompleted by Monday, March 15. “We are following through on our commitment to the residents ofCape Breton County,” said Transportation and Public WorksMinister Ron Russell. “This work is another step toward providingthe best road network possible for the travelling public.” The work involves preparing the site for the start ofconstruction of new twinned lanes on Highway 125 from Balls Creekto Sydney River. The project will include a new interchange atthe Coxheath Road and widening of the existing divided highwaynear Sydney River. The estimated cost of the project is $13 million. Under the cost-shared Strategic Highways Infrastructure Program, the provincewill provide $9.4 million in funding, while the federalgovernment will contribute $3.6 million. The new four-lane highway is expected to be completed in the fallof 2005.last_img read more

first_imgTORONTO – There’s a reason you don’t often see a pay-what-you-can grocery store, say marketing experts intrigued by a Toronto venture billed as the first of its kind.But chef Jagger Gordon says it’s an experiment he’s eager to try with his Pay It Forward Grocery Store, which opened Saturday with many of the typical staples you might find in a conventional supermarket.The difference is that visitors are encouraged to take just what they need, and only pay what they can, even if that’s no money at all.Gordon doesn’t expect to make a profit from this project, which includes a bakery and cafe and is the latest endeavour from his zero-waste and food security campaign, dubbed Feed It Forward.He says the goal is to feed the hungry with food that he’s “rescued” from food terminals, supermarkets and bakeries that would otherwise go to waste.“It’s a simple procedure of taking those trucks that are destined for landfills and hijacking them and giving them to people in need,” says Gordon, who last year helmed a pay-what-you-can restaurant that made soup and sandwiches from discarded produce that might have a bruise or blemish.“There’s more of a demand for food that is needed by Canadians than people know.”You’d be hard pressed to find critics of such a worthy mission.The sliding scale concept, however, is more often applied to arts events like theatre, dance or museums, notes marketing professor Claire Tsai of the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Business.And generally speaking, it’s not something she expects would translate well to shopping for fruits and vegetables.“When people think about groceries, people want to save money,” Tsai says.“It’s not the same as going out to eat. Going out to eat is a time for us to enjoy ourselves — people are more generous in buying alcohol, buying drinks. When you are in this mindset of shopping for groceries, people look for savings.”The charitable aspect in this case could affect that, she allows, as would peer pressure to do your part if the neighbourhood is tight-knit.But the pay-what-you-can-model is a tricky one to get right, she says, noting it often fails to offset costs. Tsai points to the pay-what-you-can days at New York museums, which she describes as free-for-alls for many tourists.“You need a relationship with the buyer and seller. You cannot have everyone who just wants to come and get a freebie … and at least a group of high-income people who are willing to support this cost.”There will undoubtedly be some who take advantage of the system, adds marketing expert Brent McKenzie at the University of Guelph. But he suggests this venture is buffered by a uniquely altruistic spirit. Public perceptions certainly play a role, too.“They’ve had studies, too, like in an office setting, where people pay for coffee or snacks and things,” McKenzie notes.“When it was a specific price and you had to put your money in, they actually found they made more money when they just said, ‘Put in what you think you can today.’”Gordon certainly has faith in people with means to cover those who don’t. He says his eight-month run with a pay-what-you-can restaurant “balanced out” in the end.There are limitations to Feed It Forward, however.He notes visitors can only take one day’s worth of food for a family, or choose a bi-weekly box of pre-packaged food and recipes. And checking out involves providing your name, contact information and details on what was taken.Gordon adds that costs are relatively low since food is donated and labour is volunteered.He expects to cover overhead through fundraisers, online donations and revenue from his catering business, Jagger Gordon Catering. He says he’s also in the process of registering the project as a charity, and pursuing corporate backers and sponsorships.Still, suggesting pay-what-you-can risks turning some potential benefactors off, says food industry expert Robert Carter, noting the fear of paying too much, or too little, can lead some uncertain shoppers to go elsewhere.“I could see that being a bit of a challenge,” says the NPD Group executive. “It’s such a different mindset for consumers.”Nevertheless, he pointed to millennials as a socially conscious generation that is changing the way consumers assess value and spend money.“If you look at the younger cohort today, rather, the millennial cohort, we know that they’re very much motivated by cause-based situations,” says Carter.“If they know this is going to help the community, (they’re more likely to say), ‘Then I should be spending my money here instead of going to a corporate store.”last_img read more

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“The region’s high death toll from environmental degradation can be avoided if we are determined to reverse the current trend,” said Shigeru Omi, Western Pacific Director of the UN World Health Organization (WHO), which jointly organized the First Ministerial Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Bangkok together with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). “Solving environmental health problems requires collaboration between health and environmental sectors. We need to strengthen our collective commitment to priority environmental health challenges in the region,” he added. At the two-day meeting ending yesterday, ministers and senior officials adopted the Bangkok Declaration on Environment and Health, with a regional Charter setting the following priorities over the next three years: air quality; water supply, hygiene and sanitation; solid and hazardous waste; toxic chemicals and hazardous substances; climate change, ozone depletion and ecosystem change; and contingency planning, preparedness and response to environmental health emergencies. “The Bangkok Declaration takes us a firm step forward from monitoring and assessment of sectoral issues towards the prevention of health impacts,” UNEP Regional Director Surendra Shrestha said. The Declaration provides a mechanism for sharing knowledge and experiences, improve policy and regulatory frameworks at the national and regional level, and promote the implementation of integrated environmental health strategies and regulations. Over the last 50 years, environmental pollution has intensified due to rapid industrialization, urbanization and motorization, resulting in urban air pollution, the generation of solid and hazardous wastes, and numerous man-made disasters and emergencies, together accounting for some 25 per cent of all deaths in the region. A Second Ministerial Regional Forum is planned in 2010 to review the progress in implementing the regional Charter. 10 August 2007Top environmental and health officials from South-East and East Asian countries have launched a United Nations-backed effort to reduce the estimated 6.6 million deaths in the continent each year that are attributable to ecological factors such as air pollution, solid and hazardous wastes and numerous man-made disasters. read more

MONTREAL — Bombardier Transportation said Monday that it has signed a contract valued at US$199-million with the State of Florida Department of Transportation for operations and maintenance services.The contract covers operations, dispatching, fleet maintenance, track maintenance, customer service, station platform and facility maintenance, and material supply for the Central Florida Commuter Rail Transit project.The company, which will assume its responsibilities in the spring of 2014, said the agreement includes mobilization activities and 10 years of service.The SunRail service will include 20 Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars.Bombardier provides operations and maintenance services to transit systems across North America.The Canadian Press read more

OTTAWA — The country has a looming housing problem that is going to require action from all levels of government, according to a new report from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.[np_storybar title=”Canadian snowbirds migrating back in increasing numbers — with cash from U.S. home sales” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/mortgages-real-estate/canadian-snowbirds-migrating-back”%5DCanadian snowbirds have been cashing out of their property in the United States in increasing numbers, according to new data from one of North America’s leading currency exchange groups. Read on [/np_storybar]The study says the long, steady decline in federal subsidies for social housing has left provinces, territories and municipalities struggling against market forces that are making it increasingly difficult for low- and modest-income renters.“With 850,000 lower-rent units lost in the last decade, our rental sector is ill prepared for any downturn in the housing market,” Brad Woodside, the president of the FCM, says in the introduction to the study.“One in five renters pays more than 50 per cent of their income on housing.”The report notes that existing social housing stock was created under a partnership involving all orders of government, but as Ottawa unilaterally opts out of renewal agreements, cash-strapped provinces and cities are unable to properly maintain the properties.Housing price increases that have far outstripped earnings and the switch to higher priced condominium rentals have also made it more difficult for many people to get a foothold.While a third of households in Canada rent, just 11 per cent of housing starts since 1996 have been built as rental units.Prince Edward Island, the one place in Canada where foreign property buyers must check inTake that Toronto, Vancouver! Canada’s housing market is now ‘a tale of 22 cities’Even the prime minister is warning Canadians about debt as housing boom turns patchy“The time has come for a course correction within Canada’s housing system,” says the study written by Steve Pomeroy, a research associate at Carleton University’s Centre for Urban Research and Education.While the federal government still spends $1.7 billion annually on housing, federal funding as a share of the country’s economy as measured by GDP has fallen 40 per cent since 1989.Insecure housing brings with it costs that rebound throughout the labour market and the economy, says the study.The study proposes federal tax credits be used to stimulate the construction of new affordable rental units; that Ottawa commit to maintain and make permanent its current level of funding; and that a national strategy on homelessness and affordable housing be made permanent. read more

“Sri Lanka has already committed itself to ensure media freedom as part of its democratic values. The President has the interests of journalists at heart and therefore the government supports the media to discharge its responsibility without any let or hindrance,” the government information department said. The police have obtained a court order on the protest to be staged by media organizations in Colombo this afternoon.The Fort Magistrate has ordered the police to make sure the demonstration is limited to the Fort railway station and does not hamper traffic in any way. Meanwhile the government says some groups who calli themselves “free media” are creating problems in the country to justify the “dollar payments” they are receiving from international elements. The information department also quoted some private newspaper Editors as saying there was media freedom in Sri Lanka.“The chief editor of the Lakbima newspaper Mr. Rajpal Abeynayake also vehemently rejected the allegation of saying there is no media freedom in the country. He said that in the unrest being created in the universities there is the hidden hand of certain political groups receiving foreign assistance. The editor of the Nation newspaper Mr. Malinga Seneviratne said compared to the period of 1988/89 there is a clear media freedom in the country at present,” the information department said. read more

first_imgIf you are familiar with Geek.com, you have most likely come across our coverage of the next in the line of Alienware’s awkward looking, yet extremely powerful laptops. Today Alienware saw fit to confirm those rumors. Alienware’s entire notebook line was refreshed today.The impressive “gaming netbook”, the M11x R3, raised the bar in terms of exactly how much tech you can shove into the small form factor. Its older brother, the M17x, offers the raw power you expect from the Alienware brand with the same abusively sharp edges and otherworldly glow. Customizable right down to the backlight on the keyboard, these machines offer a unique computing experience, and it has been highly anticipated that Alienware would add to its line. We’ve seen leak after leak of the upcoming devices, even a full review on a Chinese computer website, but today Alienware makes their line refresh official.The new M11XThe popular, highly portable M11x got its R3 refresh today, giving the machine even more power and a serious increase to battery life among other things. The new M11x will be offered with your choice of Intel’s Core i3, i5, or i7 processors, and be overclockable out of the box, without risk to your warranty. Add in a new maximum of 16GB or Ram and “8 hours of battery life”, and you’ve got quite the upgrade to the original model. As if that was not enough, Alienware now supports 4G mobile broadband for either Sprint’s WiMAX network, or Verizon’s fledgling LTE network.Pricing for this model starts at $999 and is available on the Alienware website starting today, no mention of when we’ll see it in stores.The M14X Alienware got quite a bit of praise with their 17-inch sibling, but there was still a sizable market where the 17-inch machine was simply too big to carry, and the 11-inch machine was not enough to use consistently. So, the M14x was dropped from the mothership. Packing within it all the might of the m11x, but since they’ve got some more room to cram thing in, they did.  An HDMI out, DisplayPort, and standard VGA port are scattered across the machine for any kind of output, with three USB ports and a USB 3.0 port, the machine is still under 6.5 pounds.Pricing for these machines will start at $1499 and is also available today on Alienware.The M18XIf the M17x needed a big brother, which I doubt, the M18x is it and more. As Alienware’s first “desktop replacement” with a Sandy Bridge Core i7, this machine seems like it was built to stick as many gadgets in it as possible just to see is sentience happened. The M18x’s 18.4-inch screen lacks the streroscopic capabilities that its “little” brother has, but makes up for it by being able to deliver 3D over HDMI to any device that supports it. Also, it’s got an HDMI in port, allowing you to connect anything to the laptop and use it as a set of speakers and a monitor. Packing an all new Klipsch sound system and 5 hours of battery life, this $2100 monster truly fits the description of a desktop replacement.The Alienware team discussed future plans as well, touching briefly on plans to include Thunderbolt technology in the future, as well as looking into new form factors, such as tablets. Personally, I haven’t seen this kind of enthusiasm behind the Alienware brand since before the company was originally acquired by Dell almost 5 years ago. Now, they’ve got a powerful and iconic line of machines that offer the same combination of industrial styling and raw power that their original line of desktops offered.last_img read more

Government Budget Passed

first_img Budget cuts hurt, but necessary says TCI Deputy Premier in parliamentary debate on hurricane funds Minister of Works puts government buildings reconstruction post hurricanes at $8.6m TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Recommended for you Related Items:budget, budget supplementary, goverment, house of assembly Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 18 Dec, 2014 – The Government got its budget supplementary passed through the House of Assembly with some modifications; a proposal to get an additional $5.5 million dollars to run the country’s affairs did not go without a hitch, but it seems the biggest problem was actually providing details to the Members of the House of Assembly in writing so that the debate on the extra funds could happen. Among the allotments was nearly $1 million dollars more to the Office of the Premier, $118,000 more for the Governor’s Office and nearly $270,000 more to the Attorney General’s Office. last_img read more

first_imgThe alleged driver of a car that crashed into a Hazel Dell residence early Friday morning was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.A 2002 Mitsubishi Galant crashed into the kitchen of a residence in the 9800 block of Northwest 26th Avenue, said Clark County Sheriff’s Sgt. Duncan Hoss.The driver left the car on foot but was arrested about five blocks away, he said. William Porter, 19, of Vancouver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants, minor in possession of alcohol and hit and run.Paige Lozner was awake and downstairs with her 3-week-old baby when the car crashed just before 5 a.m.“I just sat down to feed her and I heard the big crash,” she said. “It sounded like a train came through and was inside of our house.”Startled, Lozner jumped and ran upstairs. “It was really scary,” she said.The baby was checked out by medics but was not taken from the scene. No one was reported injured.Paige’s husband, John Lozner, said he was happy everyone is OK, but “Now I have a house with a hole in it.”last_img read more

first_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global April 11, 2019 2 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.center_img If you’re interested in a job in the tech industry, now could be a great opportunity to jump in. According to new data from job search platform Comparably, as of February 2019, there were half a million tech gigs open in the United States.Not only that, but 43 percent of those open positions are for non-tech roles. So whether you’re just entering the job market or looking to make a career change, here are the top 10 highest paying entry-level tech jobs.Data Scientist Average salary: $113,254Product Manager Average salary: $106,127Developer Averages salary: $100,610Mobile DeveloperAverages salary: $98,317Sales EngineerAverages salary: $90,575DevOps EngineerAverages salary: $89,300User Interface/User Experience DesignerAverage salary: $84,841Sales RepresentativeAverage salary: $70,622Marketing Manager Average salary: $70,392QA AnalystAverage salary: $70,383But where you work could influence how much you are paid. The data, pulled from a survey of 8,005 workers, found that entry-level employees in the San Francisco Bay Area were compensated the highest for seven different roles — Developer, Mobile Developer, Sales Engineer, DevOps Engineer, UI/UX Designer, Marketing Manager and QA Analyst.Seattle follows San Francisco, with data scientists, product managers and sales representatives earning the most there. As for other major tech hubs in the U.S., New York and Los Angeles workers earned more than their counterparts in Boston and Chicago. For example, a sales engineer in San Francisco would make $30,000 more than a sales engineer in Boston. Register Now »last_img read more

first_imgNews | August 05, 2008 BioNanomatrix Gets NIH Grant for Single-Molecule DNA Mapping August 6, 2008 – BioNanomatrix Inc., a developer of nanoscale whole genome imaging platforms for genetic diagnostics, personalized medicine and biomedical research, received a grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a nanoscale platform for single-molecule haplotyping imaging.Under the direction of BioNanomatrix principal investigator Ming Xiao, PhD, the two-year $399,020 project will develop a nanoscale platform for single-molecule haplotyping imaging and analysis of long strands of DNA at ultra-high resolution in a massively parallel format.Researchers believe such a platform could add significantly to the understanding of genetic diseases by increasing access to whole genome analysis and by allowing researchers to view and analyze the critical haplotype information that is currently difficult to obtain.The goal of the project is to develop a fully integrated nanochannel chip and reader capable of single-molecule mapping of linearized genomic material extracted directly from a sample, enabling direct visualization and analysis of long strands of DNA in context and at very high resolution. The platform is designed to accommodate massively parallel analyses of individual DNA molecules to permit standardized, high-throughput mapping of sequence motifs or polymorphic sites along the DNA. Such capabilities could transform biological analyses, permitting highly sensitive detection of genetic information for genome-wide association studies, especially where crucial haplotype information is required. These capabilities would result in a greater understanding of genetic variation and genetic diseases and also enable applications such as rapid mapping of pathogen genomes.For more information: www.bionanomatrix.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

DocMagic Pledges to be TRID Compliant by August 1 Ahead of the

first_img Share DocMagic Pledges to be TRID Compliant by August 1, Ahead of the New Proposed Deadline of October 1 On Wednesday the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed an amendment to delay the effective date of the Know Before You Owe rule until October 1, 2015, from the original date of August 1, 2015. The Know Before You Owe rule is also known as the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule. Since this is only a proposed delay, it is still important for companies to become TRID compliant as quickly as possible.In line with this, Torrance-California based DocMagic, Inc., has announced that the company will be fully TRID complaint by August 1, regardless of when the new rule actually takes effect. DocMagic is a provider of fully compliant loan document preparation, compliance, and eSign and eDelivery solutions.“The CFPB only stated that they will be issuing a ‘proposed amendment’ to delay the rule to October 1, which means it could possibly finalize a shorter time period,” commented Rich Horn, TRID legal advisor to DocMagic and former senior counsel and special advisor at the CFPB. Horn led the 1,888 page final TRID rule and the design and consumer testing of the new mortgage disclosures. “Lenders would be wise to keep their foot on the gas and proceed with their TRID implementation work, and DocMagic gets that,” said Horn.“DocMagic has been working very closely with our clients, LOS partners, industry experts, and other mortgage entities to be absolutely 100 percent certain that we are TRID compliant by the original August 1 date,” said Dominic Iannitti, president and CEO of DocMagic.  “The CFPB’s announcement about the proposed delay will not change our momentum.  All of our systems will be TRID-compliant come August 1 ranging from loan document production to LOS integrations to our new Collaborative Closing Portal, SmartCLOSE™.”Click here to read CFPB Director Richard Cordray’s official statement on the proposed delay. June 19, 2015 487 Views center_img Consumer Financial Protection Bureau DocMagic Inc. TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure 2015-06-19 Rachel Williams in Government, Headlines, News, Technologylast_img read more

first_img Comments   Share   Finally there is football again.After what seemed like the longest NFL offseason in history, football activities will resume shortly and training camps could start as early as Wednesday.According to Matt Pomeroy of the NFL Network, the Arizona Cardinals will be one of 10 teams opening camp on Wednesday. Teams starting camp Wednesday: Broncos, Cardinals, Cowboys, Chargers, Eagles, Jaguars, Patriots, Raiders, Ravens, Seahawksless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyMatt PomeroyMattPomPom Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ This is certainly a good sign, but it is also tentative. The Cardinals may not be in Flagstaff by Wednesday, but the fact that a date is set, is certainly a good sign and a step in the right direction. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Top Stories last_img read more

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