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Dalit man’s family to receive compensation from Punjab government

first_imgThe Punjab government on Monday offered to pay compensation of ₹20 lakh and a government job to the deceased Dalit man’s wife and free education for his children. The family of 37-year-old Jagmel Singh who was mercilessly thrashed and forced to drink urine earlier this month ended their protest after the announcement. The family had refused to allow the post mortem of the body till their demand of ₹50 lakh compensation and a government job for the victim’s wife were met. Sandeep Sandhu, political secretary to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, said a compensation of ₹20 lakh including ₹ 8.15 lakh provided under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act will be given to the next of kin. Sandhu, who held a meeting with the victim’s family here, further said that a government job would also be given to a family member of Jagmel. Besides, an Additional Director General of Police-rank officer will conduct a probe to find out if there was any lapse on the part of police in this case and a challan against all the four accused would be submitted within seven days, he said. The government will also bear the education expenditure of his three children till their graduation. He further said that a sum of ₹1.25 lakh would also be given for repair of their house. On October 21, the victim, who was a resident of Changaliwala village in Punjab’s Sangrur district, got into an altercation with one Rinku and some other persons. The dispute was resolved with the intervention of villagers, the police said. Before his death, the victim had told the police that on November 7, Rinku called him to his house where the two talked about the issue. He had alleged that he was then thrashed by four persons with a stick and an iron rod after being tied to a pillar and was forced to drink urine when he asked for water. After the incident, the opposition parties have attacked the Congress government over “barbaric treatment” being meted out to Dalits in the state. The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said a “rule of jungle” was prevalent in the state.last_img read more

IPL 2016: I will get fitter with every game, says Ashish Nehra

first_imgSunrisers Hyderabad seamer Ashish Nehra admitted to being a bit ‘rusty’ in the game against Pune Supergiants on Tuesday and said that he will improve with each passing game in the ongoing Indian Premier League after missing out on the action for two weeks.”I played after two weeks. The more I will play, I will get better. I was a bit rusty compared to what I was bowling for last six to eight months. So, as more games come up in next one week or 10 days, I will get better from here,” he said in a post-match press conference after SRH lost to RPS by 34 runs in a rain-hit match.Electing to bowl first, Pune restricted Sunrisers to a poor 118-8. In response, Pune made 94-3 in 11 overs before rain interrupted the match. Pune won by 34 runs by Duckworth Lewis method.Though disappointed to end up losing the match, Nehra, however, said it is part of the game and learning from mistakes is the way forward.”It can happen in any T20 game. You must have seen so many times. Teams are scoring 200, 220 and same team next game is getting out for 120, 130. That’s the nature of the game. That can happen,” he said.”But, once you are 30/5, you are always playing that catching up game. We are lucky to score 120, because Bhuvneshwar Kumar managed to score those 20 runs in the end. Otherwise, at one point of time, we were like 105, 100 may be. Once you are defending 100 or 110, it’s very difficult.”advertisementNehra said there is no need to panic after losing a game since they had convincingly won the previous games.”After losing one or two games, we don’t need to panic.You can even play 10 batters. It does not mean you will score 200. You have to have bowlers also to do well,” he said.”You see RCB for instance. They are always scoring 180, 200 and other teams are still able to chase. It is not like only one team can hit big shots. Other teams can also hit. So, I think we have enough batting. It’s just that we have to apply better. It is part of the game.”All in all, it wasn’t a good game for us. But, there is plenty more to come. Still early days in the tournament. We are looking forward,” he said.Hyderabad won three matches on the trot while chasing some tricky targets and Nehra said it has become a trend of late that teams are winning more batting second.”In IPL, lately it has been the trend that teams chasing are winning more. Unless you are chasing 190 or 200, it also depends on the wicket. Some grounds like Bangalore and Mumbai, people are even chasing 200. So, we were lucky.”All the three times, we chased only 135 and 140. It becomes easy for us. But, all in all, you always look to improve. Nobody likes to be 30/5,” he said.last_img read more

Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Pune Supergiants to go top

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ICC Champions Trophy: Won’t face problem while opening for India, says Rohit Sharma

first_imgMumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma, who batted at No. 4 throughout the IPL season 10, has insisted that he would be having no issues when he would open the batting for India in the upcoming Champions Trophy, beginning June 1 in England and Wales as both are two completely different formats.”When you play for India, it’s a different format. I don’t see why people compare IPL and international cricket. My requirement here (with Mumbai Indians) was in the middle-order, and that’s what I did,” said Rohit while addressing a press conference in Mumbai.”We realised at the start of the IPL that it’s better for me to bat down the order to get that balance right. I go there (to play for India), it’s a different thing. I don’t see that we need to make any comparisons when it comes to the IPL and international cricket,” he added.The Mumbai-born cricketer, who amassed 333 runs in 17 games he played for his franchise while batting at No. 4, feels that in the present era, players across the world adapt to the changing formats, that too with ease. Also Watch”For the last 10 years we have been playing in IPL. Then we go and play 50-over games and Test matches. So, I don’t think, at this point, it is difficult for anyone, adjust. It’s just in your mind that you have to keep reminding yourself that you need to change your mentality in terms of the format you are going to play,” the right-hander said.Rohit was out of action since October 2016 after suffering a thigh injury which required surgery.advertisementThe 30-year-old has so far represented India in 21 Tests, 153 ODIs and 62 T20Is in which he has scored 1184, 5131 and 1364 runs respectively.He is also the only batsman to have scored two double hundreds and a 250 in ODIs. His on field records keep everyone stunned, be it his stunning 209 in an ODI against Australia at Bangalore where he scored 209 runs or his record knock of 264 in an ODI against Sri Lanka at Kolkata.India begin their Champions Trophy campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan on June 4 at Edgbaston.last_img read more

Chalk Talk: How the Cowboys Could Use Jalen McClesky (Pt. 1)

first_imgMany people expect that sophomore Jalen McCleskey will be one of OSU’s breakout players in 2016. McCleskey had a respectable freshman campaign, and now with slot receiver David Glidden gone, he will presumably play a bigger role in the offense. So how can the Cowboys get McCleskey involved? They could do so in any number of ways, and that’s what this week’s Chalk Talk will be about. Today, we’re going to look how No. 1 can get easily involved in the screen game.Screens are a great way to get talented players in space. There are a lot of different kinds of screens, including the traditional jailbreak, slip or slow screens. Your most basic wide receiver screens include the tunnel or middle screen:tunnel_NDOr some type of attachment bubble or now screen.UO_bubbleA lot of true wide receiver screens include pulling lineman. But there are many air raid coaches, including famed air raid coach Bob Stitt, that favor screens with no lineman involved. One of those said screens is the drag screen, which is prevalent in spread offenses both at at the collegiate and professional level. In this post, we’re going to focus specifically on this kind of screen. Here’s a still of the old OSU Holgorsen offense running the play with Justin Blackmon as the primary receiver:blackmon drag screenAs you can see, the play features one receiver ‘dragging’ across the field. The running back’s job is to block the strong-side linebacker or, if it’s against man coverage, block the receiver’s defender and take his own defender with him. All the other receivers run streaks to get the defense upfield, and the inside slot receiver tries to pick off the dragging receiver’s defender if against man coverage.blackmon_dragThe play is a high-percentage throw and a good way to get easy yards after the catch. And if the run game isn’t working out, easy completions like this can act as a substitute. Additionally, teams can run this out of pretty much any formation.Some teams run it from trips (but from the weak side):drag_broncosAnd some from an empty set:drag_jakeemThe best part of this play is that it’s flexible. Against man, it becomes a race to the sideline, and the defender has to try and catch up to the speedy receiver. Against zone, the quarterback just has to time the throw correctly to allow the receiver to catch the ball with the other players in position to block.With his speed and elusiveness, McCleskey would thrive on plays like this; when not overused, it’s practically free yardage. Hopefully easy plays like this will be installed to both give the right players the proper touches and to take pressure off of Mason Rudolph; they are quick and easy and could jumpstart any drive.How would you use McCleskey in the screen game? Leave your opinions below in the comments!If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

Spend A Day On The Set Of Castle With Nathan Fillion

first_imgFans of TV’s Castle listen up – here’s your chance to spend a day on the set of the hit show with star Nathan Fillion.Nathan Fillion plays novelist Richard Castle on the hit TV series Castle and is also known for his role as Captain Malcolm Reynolds on the popular TV series Firefly. Nathan has been named one of “TV’s Sexiest Men” and is a two time People’s Choice Award winner.Proceeds from this auction go to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. This organization provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems. In other words, Healing Musicians in Need.The auction runs until October 24, and can be accessed via!last_img read more


first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: 98 Degrees band members, from left, Jeff Timmons, Drew Lachey, Nick Lachey and Justin Jeffre perform at KTUphoria 2018 at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, N.Y., on June 16, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Invision – Charles Sykes) Advertisementcenter_img The return of 98 Degrees is notable since they last played the MMVAs stage in 1999 and went on hiatus four years later. They reversed the decision and headed back into the studio in 2012.The group’s member Nick Lachey used to be married to singer Jessica Simpson, whose sister will also be a part of this year’s MMVAs.Ashlee Simpson-Ross will make an appearance with her husband Evan Ross as presenters, while actress Chrissy Metz of “This Is Us” and Colton Haynes from “Arrow” are slated to appear.The MMVAs will air on Much and CTV and stream through various Bell Media platforms. Twitter Facebook TORONTO — Reunited boy band 98 Degrees will serenade the masses as part of the upcoming iHeartRadio MMVAs.The heartthrob foursome, known for their late 1990s hits “I Do (Cherish You)” and “Because of You,” are among the latest batch of performers announced for the broadcast on Aug. 26.Others added to the lineup include Toronto rockers the Beaches, country artist Brett Kissel and pop singers Bebe Rexha and Bulow.last_img read more

Morocco’s OCP Signs New Partnership to Empower African Smallholder Farmers

Rabat – Morocco’s Office Cherifien des Phosphates (OCP) has sealed a partnership deal with the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC), and the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) to explore new fertilizer systems, and develop “value chains and implement field projects to benefit African farmers,” read a joint statement from the institutionsOCP, the world’s larger phosphates exporter, IFDC, and UM6P announced the partnership on April 11 in Washington D.C during the signing of a master agreement between IFDC and OCP.Commenting on the partnership, Chairman and CEO of Morocco’s phosphate exporter, Mostafa Terrab, said that “this important partnership with IFDC confirms and advances our ambition to mobilize world-class resources in research and innovation for the benefit of Africa in general, and African smallholder farmers in particular.” President and CEO of IFDC Albin Hubscher said that the partnership will “accelerate the development and large-scale production of more efficient fertilizers to increase smallholder productivity and incomes while respecting the environment.”The joint  statement from the OCP, IFDC, and UM6P added that the multi-year partnership will seek to enhance the capacity and productivity of African agriculture and farmers via creative fertilizers “that meet the specific needs of the African soil and economic conditions for sustainable development.”Read Also: OCP Group Expects Higher Demand for Phosphate in 2019In addition to the new partnership with UM6P and IFDC, Morocco’s OCP, which owns 75 percent of the world’s reserves in phosphates, also concluded several other partnerships with international groups.In February, Morocco approved the creation of an OCP subsidiary in Ethiopia to boost the East African country’s agricultural productivity. Firms like OCP Africa have established Morocco as a key player on the African scene. In addition to Ethiopia, OCP Group seeks also to sign a deal with Nigeria’s Sovereign Investment Authority to build an ammonia plant in Nigeria, and is also considering to build a plant in Ghana in 2020. OCP aims also to build a blending facility in Rwanda, three in Nigeria, one in Ivory Coast, five in Ethiopia and one in Ghana,In January, several reports and news outlets applauded Morocco’s outreach in continental markets. British paper Financial Times wrote that Morocco is spearheading “the emergence of genuinely post-colonial African order.”Read Also: OCP Made MAD 5.4 Billion Net Profit in 2018, Up by 19% read more

UN Adviser for gender equality holds talks with Lankan officials

In welcoming the visit, Deputy High Commissioner Tim Huggins said “Australia is fully committed to increasing women’s leadership, women’s economic empowerment and addressing violence against women and girls.“Australia’s aid investments in Sri Lanka are designed to ensure that women benefit from all our economic growth-related programs. Ms Broderick’s visit and her engagement with private sector leaders will encourage the development of policies that maximise the participation of women in Sri Lanka’s economy,” Mr Huggins added. Prominent Australian gender equality advocate Elizabeth Broderick (AO) had talks in Sri Lanka with business and public leaders on the important issue of promoting gender equality.Ms Broderick met with business leaders, including members of the Prime Minister’s taskforce on female workforce participation, to discuss the business case for gender equality. Broderick, a former Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner (2007-15), is the Global Co-Chair of UN Global Compact Women’s Empowerment Principles, Special Adviser to Under-Secretary UN Women on Private Sector Engagement, and Founder of the ‘Male Champions of Change’ initiative – working with influential male leaders to become advocates for gender equality. Broderick also met with senior members of the Sri Lankan Police and Defence Forces to share experiences of building cultural change within Australia’s Police and Defence Force agencies. Broderick welcomed the opportunity to meet with Sri Lanka’s private sector leaders and prominent women representatives.“I am excited to be meeting with business leaders and other influential men and women to share innovative strategies, learn from each other and discuss how to accelerate the pace of change” Ms Broderick said. “Women’s participation in all aspects of Sri Lanka’s economy is critical to realising its economic potential.”The Economist listed Ms Broderick as one of the World’s Top 50 diversity figures in public life in 2015, alongside His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Barack Obama, and Bill Gates. read more

Creator of Python leaves Google to join Dropbox

first_imgThere’s not that many people in the world that can claim to have created their own programming language, and even fewer who’s language went on to be a major success and used on computers around the world. One of those individuals is Guido van Rossum.Guido created and released the Python programming language back in 1991. Since then it has only gained in popularity and currently sits 8th in the TIOBE index, which ranks languages by popularity. The organizations that use it include NASA, CERN, Yahoo!, and Google to name just a few. And it’s at Google where Guido has spent the last 7 years working, and spending half his time actually working on Python.Google and Guido seem like the perfect fit, but no longer. It has been announced today that Guido has left Google and will start work at Dropbox in January. It’s a surprising move, but one that fits for both Guido and Dropbox.Python is popular because it’s easy to learn, easy to read, and runs on everything. And it’s that last feature that made Dropbox CEO Drew Houston choose it as the language to build the Dropbox service on. So the creator of Python will be working at a company that relies on his language to function, as does anyone who used Dropbox.The announcement by Houston on the Dropbox Tech Blog doesn’t say specifically what Guido will be doing there. However, he does state both Guido and the Python community have already helped solve several “interesting challenges” related to Dropbox, so I assume Guido will become the resident problem solver and Python consultant.As for Guido’s departure from Google, he states they are still “the best of friends.”More at the Dropbox Tech Blog and Guido’s Google+last_img read more

PSNI officers incredibly lucky to have survived explosion in Strabane last night

first_img 15 Comments Share38 Tweet Email1 Image: Paul Faith PA Archive/PA Images Mar 22nd 2017, 12:49 PM Short URL By Sean Murray 12,023 Views PSNI officers ‘incredibly lucky’ to have survived explosion in Strabane last night Local residents have been asked to leave their homes to facilitate a PSNI inquiry.center_img File photo Image: Paul Faith PA Archive/PA Images File photo WHILE OUT ON patrol in the Tyrone town of Strabane last night, a “device” exploded close to police officers in the area of Townsend Street.Today, the PSNI has said that its officers were “incredibly lucky” to have survived an attempt to kill them that also put other members of the community at risk.The explosion occurred at around 8.30pm last night.Officers have asked some local residents to leave their homes while they investigate the matter.PSNI Superintendent Gordon McCalmont said: “While we are unable to go into specifics of the incident at this stage, I am confident in saying that we are incredibly lucky that the lives of officers and other members of the community were not lost last night.”McCalmont added that the PSNI understood the inconvenience caused to local residents while they conduct inquiries, and asked for anyone with information about the incident to come forward.Read: Police want to speak to two men seen in Belfast fast food restaurant with man before he diedRead: Woman arrested and police call for calm after ‘reckless’ murder of prominent loyalist Wednesday 22 Mar 2017, 12:49 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Lets hear it for Greeklish

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram ‘Alo, dali mou!’ is a phrase so familiar to thousands of Greek Australians. Greeklish has become an alternative ethnic ‘dialect’ for Greek migrants living in predominately English speaking countries. The Australian Slang Project (TASP) is embarking on a project to eventually create a dictionary for the unofficial language.TASP founder and SBS Greek radio presenter, Kyriakos Gold, says the group is in the process of establishing an online database, much like the popular Urban Dictionary website, that will allow Greek Australians to contribute their favourite Greeklish words.The inaugural event for The Greeklish Project will be held at the Greek Centre in Melbourne, hosted by Kyriakos Gold at 7.00 pm on Saturday 25 July. The event will see storytellers test their knowledge and fight for the title of Greeklish Champion.Slam poetry and music battles are also encouraged. The best stage acts will win great prizes along the way, courtesy of Neos Kosmos, The Greek Centre, Hellenic Republic, Gazi restaurant and Bahari restaurant.Helen Kapalos, George Donikian, and Dean Kalymniou will be participating with their own Greeklish projects, while special guest musicians Con Kalamaras and Anthea Sidiropoulos will keep the audience entertained.last_img read more

Clark County federal workers brace for possibility of government shutdown

first_imgA U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service vehicle drives north on Main Avenue in Ridgefield on Friday, passing under a sign advertising the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge’s Bird Fest event next weekend. Whether the U.S. government will partially shut down Tuesday is still anyone’s guess, but federal workers in Clark County are preparing for the worst.At the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, part of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, officials were busy Friday making sure they had everything lined up in case they need to close their gates. The refuge’s annual Bird Fest event takes place next weekend, but if a government shutdown lasts more than a week, the refuge will need to go with Plan B. That includes moving its bird-watching activities elsewhere and postponing one of its most popular attractions, the sandhill crane tour.“Bird-watching on the refuge is different than it is off the refuge,” the site’s deputy project leader, Randal Hill, said. He added that Bird Fest is a chance for the refuge to raise money and show the public the role it plays in protecting wildlife. School field trips and volunteer events at the refuge also would be cancelled during a shutdown.The last time Congress brought the nation close to a government shutdown, in 2011, Hill recalled, “We wasted a huge amount of time just going through the preparation process for a potential shutdown.” Now it’s happening all over again, he said.The refuge is just one example of the various ways a looming shutdown is inconveniencing agencies in Clark County and the state. As officials who oversee health programs, social services and parks brace for the impact, many say the negative effects on their agencies would depend upon how long a shutdown lasts.last_img read more

8yearold girl shot over the weekend dies

first_imgHer mother said Jada loved movies, playing with her cousins and friends, and playing with her mother’s iPhone. Relatives described her as the life of the party.“I could never imagine what it feels like. Her birthday is next week. She’s supposed to be 9 years old, September 6,” Brown said, tearfully. “Stop the killing. I see it on TV all the time, but I never thought it would be mine. I never thought it would be mine.”Keith Butler, the family’s pastor, spoke about the family’s need for justice. “When you sit by and don’t say anything, and you know what’s going on, you’re just as much a part of it as the criminals and thugs and gangsters that did this.”Miami-Dade Police are looking for a black four-door Ford.The reward for information about the shooting has been raised to $25,000, so far.If you have any information on this shooting, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for the $25,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – The 8-year-old girl who was shot over the weekend in Northwest Miami-Dade has died, her family said Tuesday night.Police said Jada was standing by the front door of her grandmother’s house when she was struck in the head by a stray bullet, Sunday. Her father, James Page, was also shot. He remains hospitalized in stable condition, Wednesday.Both were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where the the child was placed on life support, but her family said her heart had stopped beating on Tuesday, at around 5 p.m.Jada’s mother, Rosalind Brown, was surrounded by family members as she pleaded for justice for her daughter. “She’s only 8 years old,” she said, speaking through tears. “All I’m asking is for justice for my baby, please.”Miami-Dade Police said the shooter or shooters were targeting Jada’s father, just before 5 p.m., Sunday. The elder Page was shot multiple times in the neck, according to his mother, Vanessa Page.According to investigators, someone inside a black four-door sedan pulled up in front of the home, near Northwest 25th Avenue and 102nd Street. “A black vehicle, a Ford Focus or Fusion or similar style vehicle, four-door, occupied by at least two males, pulled up next to the 32-year-old male victim, opened the door and proceeded to shoot that victim numerous times,” Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said Sunday.“Now I gotta plan a funeral for an 8-year-old child, fourth grader,” said Lisa Hadley, Jada’s grandmother. last_img read more

Guidelines For Gathering Dead Trees On Borough Land

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享You might think that with the millions of dead spruce trees on the Kenai Peninsula, getting a load offirewood should be a simple task. However, firewood gathering on the Kenai Peninsula is not as easy as it seems. Firewood gathering is essential for many on the Kenai Peninsula. The Kenai Peninsula Borough would like for residents to be aware of the opportunities, and accompanying responsibilities, for gathering firewood on borough land. To cut trees on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, you need a personal use firewood permit. A permit can be purchased at Refuge Headquarters on Ski Hill Road in Soldotna. Permits are $20 (non-refundable) and limited to five cords per permit, per household. Under the borough land casual use policy, dead trees can be gathered in a dispersed manner, up to 5 dead trees per-acre per-year, on parcels that are not occupied by another use and in ways that are not disruptive to others.center_img The policy guidelines for gathering dead trees on borough land can be found here:…/Docum…/Forest_Resources/Firewood-Dead_Trees.pdf The borough also currently has a special management area for firewood in the Kenai Keys burn area. This is a burned-over stand with dry standing poles near Sterling.last_img read more

Vespa S Launched in India Price and Features Details

first_imgPiaggio’s latest offering Vespa S has officially entered the Indian two-wheeler market on Wednesday, with a price tag of ₹74,400 (ex-showroom Pune).The scooter, which made its first appearance at the Delhi Auto Expo 2014, houses new rectangular shaped headlights and ORVMs. The scooter looks stylish in its design and comes with powder-coated three-spoke alloy wheels. However, the disc brakes and suspension remain the same as that of its previous models.Vespa S packs the same 125cc, four-stroke, three-valve single cylinder engine, which pumps in a power of 10.06PS at 7,500rpm and 10.6Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a CVT transmission system and packs single-side hydraulic front shock absorber and rear monoshock. The company claims a fuel efficiency of over 60kmpl.”Piaggio is delighted at to present Vespa S to the dynamic youth in India. As we move closer to our two years existence in the Indian market, we are proud to launch our third Vespato to further strengthen the premium segment we have created. The Vespa S is truly a game changer. With it square design elements, it has opened up a new, non-conventional space. We understand the needs of the aspirational consumers and believe that the Vespa S will enable them to experience another notch in the Vespa lifestyle,” said Ravi Chopra, Chairman and Managing Director of Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited, according to Motoroids.The new Vespa S will be offered in India in four colours – Orange, White, Red and Matte Black. With the addition of the new model, Piaggio currently offers three models in the sub-continent market and is expected to expand its portfolio in the coming months.In Mumbai and Delhi, the new Vespa S is priced at ₹76,495 and ₹75,424 respectively (ex-showroom). The bookings for Vespa S has already been started in the country and it is believed that Piaggio is likely to start the delivery of the vehicle soon.last_img read more

Pratham Singh Shining young entrepreneur

first_imgPratham Singh is a 16 year old boy who lives in Delhi, currently studying in class 12th. He is a young entrepreneur and an influencer. He has worked for many reputed celebrities from Mumbai, Punjab, Delhi, Haryana etc his work includes work like handling clients social media activities, increase their reach to more fans across the Globe, online promotions, PR activity etc.He started his journey last year by launching a startup company named “famemanagers” with his mate Navjotgurudutta .Famemanagers is a media companyHe is building a good relationship with so many people. From a celebrity manager to runs a marketing business he is growing good in his niche. His is an active social media user , his handle on instagram ( having more than 14.5k followers, Man this guy is growing at rapid speed and why not when you have the talent you deserve every bit of success and fame in life.Pratham is also having his own podcast named “Pratham’s perspective”. He works in the niche of digital marketing where he is doing a phenomenal job. His hard work and hustle made him one of the influential personalities on social media. After seeing his work it sounds phenomenal that a guy who is only 16 making it happen and mandatory to mention that his work defines him best.He knows well how to enrich the individual skills and helping others to do the same. It’s not to early to say that he is not too far from success, and make it happen.IBT does not endorse any of the above content.last_img read more

BCL expels 19 leaders from central committee

first_imgBCL president Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon (L) and general secretary Golam Rabbani. Prothom Alo File PhotoBangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), the student wing of ruling Awami League, has excluded 19 leaders from its central executive body without disclosing their names after a primary investigation into various allegations brought against them, reports UNB.A press release signed by BCL president Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon and general secretary Golam Rabbani early Wednesday states, “Nineteen posts have been announced vacant as per an emergency decision of the central executive body. The posts will be filled later after scrutiny.”BCL has also withdrew its temporary expulsion order against Jarin Dia, former member of the central executive committee, as she apologised for her mistakes, says another press release issued by the BCL president and secretary on Tuesday night.BCL general secretary Golam Rabbani said, “We took this decision after an investigation. However, we aren’t disclosing the names for a strategic reason. We’ll submit all the names, information and documents of the proof of the allegations to the prime minister on her return from abroad.”Leaders of ‘posts-deprived’ faction of BCL, who have been continuing a sit-ins for the third consecutive day on Wednesday at the foot of Raju Memorial Sculpture on the Dhaka University campus, termed this decision as a “new drama”.Rana Jamid, former social welfare affairs secretary of BCL and a spokesperson of the ‘deprived faction’, said, “I think it’s nothing but a new drama. We’ve been demanding expulsion of the controversial leaders from the beginning. But keeping their names undisclosed, they’re trying to support the controversial people.”He also said they will continue their protest until their demands are met.last_img read more

A quick and dirty look at the Nvidia Shields PC game streaming

first_imgWe’ve talked about Nvidia’s Shield many times in the past, but now that it’s available it was time to test out the feature we’ve most been looking forward to. I gave the Shield’s PC game streaming capabilities a quick test run with a couple of Steam games that work great with a gamepad, mainly Rogue Legacy and Monaco.Setup should have been easy, but I initially had a few bumps in the road, such as the Shield randomly disconnecting from the PC, experiencing extreme lag, and simply freezing up. I switched WiFi networks a few times and did Windows-style fixes (uninstalling, reinstalling, and restarting things), and eventually found a combination that worked. Keep in mind, the PC game streaming feature is currently in beta, so I didn’t fret much when the experience was less than ideal.Instead of giving the play area the movie treatment, I wanted the videos below to capture what using the Shield to stream PC games was really like — moderate glare and all. I used the Shield’s speakers on full blast, and didn’t have the PC’s speakers plugged in, just like you would at home.First up, a quick look at (and quick deaths in) Rogue Legacy:Next up, the first level as the Locksmith in Monaco.As you can see, the Shield’s 5-inch screen is very much a 5-inch screen. It’s difficult to make out unless you’re holding it right up to your face, just like any other portable gaming handheld. You can see that the blobs moving around on the screen matched up with the in-game action, meaning there was extremely little latency, often not noticeable at all. The sound, however, would experience a bit of latency and pop or cut out every now and then.I tried to play some more “unsupported” Steam games, such as the controller-supported Hotline Miami, the controller-supported Dyad, and Antichamber, which doesn’t support a gamepad. Hotline Miami recognized the Shield’s left thumb stick and that was it, even after working on the controller settings. Dyad did not recognize the Shield, nor did Antichamber (though this one isn’t supposed to have gamepad support). So, out of games with gamepad support, we were two for four. Not too bad for a beta, but this makes me wonder if every game will have to receive specialized treatment in order to play nicely with the Shield.Finallty I tested the Shield from about 30 or so feet away and it seemed to stream just fine, so bathroom-gamers rejoice. For now, though, the Shield will need to move out of beta for gamers to play more than a small handful of PC games.last_img read more

Primarc denies wrongdoing

first_imgKolkata: The Primarc Group has claimed in a written statement that they are not part of any wrongdoing in their business, in response to the story published in Millennium Post on July 4. Siddharth Pansari, director, Primarc Group, claimed that they have been operating their bookstore business in their Elgin Road property for the last 15 years and they own no residential flat in the building.”So, the question of leasing and renting it to politicians does not arrive,” stated Pansari. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedHe also claimed that like any other corporate group including the Birlas and Tatas, they have multiple companies running different business operations through different SPVs. All the shares of the same are held by bonafide shareholders and these companies have followed all statutory norms. Hence, there is no scope of the companies being Shell/benami as published. Regarding their real estate business, Pansari claimed that they have multiple companies holding and developing lands, only after obtaining all clearances and sanctions by statutory authorities.last_img read more