Casemiro was the hero of the hour for Real Madrid as they saw off Sevilla 2-0 this past weekend on an afternoon that could well prove a turning point for the struggling giants this season.The Brazil international smashed a stunning, 30-yard drive in off the underside of the bar that set Madrid on their way to a victory that moved them three points clear of fourth-placed Sevilla.And there were pivotal results elsewhere, too – not least for a resurgent Real Betis, who earned a dramatic win over Girona thanks to Sergio Canales’ 94th-minute penalty. Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? The former Real Madrid midfielder was cold as ice as he stepped up deep into stoppage time to secure a 3-2 win that kept 7th-placed Betis within two points of Getafe in the final European qualification slot.Elsewhere, Spain international Rodrigo was the hero for Valencia, stealing in to tap home the winner and seal a 2-1 victory at Celta with just five minutes remaining at the Balaidos.Click the image below to relive the excitement of another thrilling round of action from La Liga.
PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks on during a play in the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)Former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer knows how tricky games at Indiana can be for the Buckeyes. Meyer’s teams had a couple of close calls in Bloomington during his time leading the program.Ohio State had little trouble with Indiana on Saturday, though.The Buckeyes blew out the Hoosiers, 51-10, to improve to 3-0 on the season.Meyer, who’s now an analyst for FOX, came away impressed. The former Buckeyes’ head coach tweeted a simple message following the win.“Best thing about 3-0…” he tweeted.Best thing about 3-0…— Urban Meyer (@CoachUrbanMeyer) September 14, 2019Is the chance to go 4-0.Ohio State looked dominant at Indiana, garnering praise from all of the college football world.“That’s one of the best teams in America, folks. Make no bones about it. They have a great quarterback, an elite coach, and an unbelievable defense,” FOX’s Joel Klatt said on Saturday.Ohio State will look to go 4-0 next Saturday against Miami (Ohio).
World Cup 2019 Final: England’s batting might up against New Zealand’s fearsome bowling as history beckonsAs hosts England take on New Zealand at Lord’s in the World Cup finale, the World awaits a new champion to lift the most coveted title of Cricket.advertisement Ajay Tiwari New DelhiJuly 14, 2019UPDATED: July 14, 2019 08:16 IST Photo: ReutersHIGHLIGHTSEngland and New Zealand are eyeing their maiden World Cup title at Lord’sNew Zealand will be playing their second successive final in the World CupsEngland are playing their first final since the 1992 World CupHosts England will face a stiff challenge from New Zealand when the sides will meet in the World Cup 2019 final at Lord’s on Sunday. With a full house expected for the sport’s biggest event, there is no doubt that history is set to be rewritten at the end of the hugely anticipated match.Every cricket fan must be aware that a new World Champion will emerge on Sunday (or Monday if the game goes into a reserve day) as neither team has won the World Cup before. Curiously, the winner will also be only the 2nd side to have won the World Cup after losing more than 2 matches in the tournament.Pakistan, in their title run during the 1992 World Cup, are the only other team to have won the tournament after going down thrice in the earlier stages. Pakistan had been humbled by West Indies, India and South Africa before lifting their maiden and till date only World Cup trophy. In the ongoing tournament, England (lost to Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Australia) and New Zealand (lost to Pakistan, Australia and England), both have three losses under their belt.1992-similarities aside, the title-bout is also being billed as a clash of the tournament’s most aggressive batting vs its best bowling side. England batsmen have scored at 6.43 runs per over – the highest among all teams in the World Cup while New Zealand’s bowlers’ average of 27.12 and economy rate of 5.01 is also the best in the tournament so far.But there are still areas, at least on paper, where England could zoom past their opponents on Sunday. Chief amongst these being the opening stand of the two teams.advertisementWhile Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow have been a prolific opening partnership at the top of the order for England, the less said about New Zealand’s starts in the World Cup 2019, the better. In the last 4 innings, Roy and Bairstow have come up with partnerships of 128, 160, 123 and 124. On the other hand, the corresponding figures for New Zealand in their last 7 matches read: 1, 2, 29, 5, 0, 12, 0. No wonder that Kane Williamson and Co. would be praying for the ‘Law of Averages’ to play a role in this matter come Lord’s.How important will be the Toss?In the 4 matches played at Lord’s during the World Cup 2019, teams batting first have won all 4 of them. Actually, across venues, this has been the general trend in the latter half of the tournament with pitches getting dryer and slower with time. While England couldn’t handle the scoreboard pressure in each of their 3 losses, New Zealand managed to pull off tense chases against South Africa and Bangladesh before buckling under pressure vs Australia and England.Eoin Morgan and Co. will do well to remember the teams’ last meeting on July 3 when they scored a huge win by 119 runs after blasting their way to a 300+ score. But as New Zealand showed against India in the semi-final, they have the resources to stun even the best on their day.ALSO READ | Come on England: 101 former cricketers wish their team good luck ahead of World Cup 2019 finalALSO READ | No paparazzi, no chaos: When England captain Eoin Morgan took a train to Birmingham ahead of World Cup semisFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byNayanika Sengupta Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow England vs New Zealand Next
FOR BROACDAST USE: Landlords and tenants in Nova Scotia will soon be able to resolve disputes via telephone, making the process faster and more efficient. With over five-thousand dispute resolution applications a year, Nova Scotia is only the second province to replace in- person hearings with telephone hearings. Service Nova Scotia Minister Geoff MacLellan says introducing telephone hearings to help resolve residential tenancy disputes will reduce wait times for tenants and landlords, increase accessibility for clients and make the process faster, more efficient and cost-effective for all involved. Telephone hearings will start to roll out across the province next week. On August 8th, telephone hearings will be booked for clients in Halifax, areas west of Halifax, Sydney and Amherst. As of September 4th, all hearings in the province will be conducted over the phone. Other options will be available for people who cannot participate in telephone hearings due to health conditions. -30- Landlords and tenants in Nova Scotia will soon be able to resolve disputes via telephone, making the process faster and more efficient. With over 5,000 dispute resolution applications a year, Nova Scotia is only the second province to replace in-person hearings with telephone hearings. “Introducing telephone hearings to help resolve residential tenancy disputes will reduce wait times for tenants and landlords, increase accessibility for clients and make the process faster, more efficient and cost-effective for all involved,” said Service Nova Scotia Minister Geoff MacLellan. Telephone hearings were piloted at the Halifax Access Nova Scotia Centre over the past 18 months. Over 650 telephone hearings were held. Over 90 participants have completed a voluntary online survey and 90 per cent have indicated they were either very satisfied or satisfied with the process. “The property managers here at Killam really appreciate the convenience of the phone hearings. They eliminate travel time to and from Access Nova Scotia and the phone hearing dates are more readily available” said Kathy Kerr-Miller, senior property manager, Killam Apartment Reit. “The process from start to finish has been a good experience with no concerns.” Telephone hearings will start to roll out across the province next week. On Aug. 8, telephone hearings will be booked for clients in Halifax, areas west of Halifax, Sydney and Amherst. As of Sept. 4, all hearings in the province will be conducted over the phone. Other options will be available for people who cannot participate in telephone hearings due to health conditions. Government first introduced these changes to the Residential Tenancies Act in October 2016. Landlord and tenant associations were consulted. Introducing telephone hearings is part of ongoing changes to modernize the Residential Tenancy program and enhance government support for both tenants and landlords in Nova Scotia. This work supports government’s commitment to cut red tape for business and citizens, modernize legislation and make government services more accessible and efficient for Nova Scotians.
TORONTO — In Dr. Joao Rezende-Neto’s 25-year career as a trauma surgeon, he’s only twice dealt with patients who insisted on forking over big bucks to buy equipment for a procedure.One instance occurred in Brazil, where medical technology is far less advanced, and his patient needed a tracheostomy — a procedure involving an incision made in the windpipe to clear breathing obstructions. The patient’s family was so intent that the procedure be done with a specific device that minimizes the incision that they shelled out $5,000 to have the equipment imported.“In my trauma centre we had 10,000 traumas a year and every week we did 10 or 15 tracheostomies,” Rezende-Neto recalled. “I thought this is unfair. Why can’t we have this (device) for everyone?”The incident was so powerful that Rezende-Neto invented a device to make such procedures more efficient and less expensive. However, getting it approved and commercialized has come with challenges — a hallmark of the clinical medicine field.Experts say the sector is ripe for technology, but doctors are often pushed towards research instead of entrepreneurship, and can find themselves lacking funding and support, leaving ideas for more efficient devices and cost-saving innovations unrealized.In the age of hallway medicine, patients and the Canadian health care system are left to pay the price. A 2016 Industry Canada study showed the country exports about $3.1 million in medical device technology, including pacemakers, surgical tools and catheters, but imports far more — about $8.6 billion.“To get a (medical) idea to a final product is extremely complicated and the hurdles are very high,” Rezende-Neto said. “Maybe doctors are discouraged to carry on and give up when they hear about the approvals you have to do.”For Rezende-Neto to get his device closer to market, he started a company called Inventorr with St. Michael’s Hospital surgeon-in-chief Ori Rotstein and entrepreneur Chris Bass.They successfully tested their device in humans and animals, but still felt the need to turn to the Biomedical Zone, a four-year-old partnership between St. Michael’s and Ryerson University in Toronto, which aims to provide guidance, support and access to doctors to health technology startups.Among the dozens of companies it has supported are Pilly, a prescription delivery service; RetiSpec, the creator of a tool for detecting Alzheimer’s disease through the eyes; Marion Surgical, which makes a virtual reality surgery simulator; and HelpWear Wearable Technologies, which invented a what does this mean? electrocardiogram that can be worn on a wrist or arm.Dr. Linda Maxwell, the zone’s founding director and a plastic surgeon, is adamant about startups she courts needing to have a clinical focus because of resistance it faces.“The culture is changing, but it has not necessarily been one to want to embrace a lot of newness (because) we don’t want risk and we want to minimize risk because we want patients to always do well,” she said.Joseph Ferenbok, the co-director of the University of Toronto’s Health Innovation Hub, said doctors who choose to be entrepreneurial know it will be harder for them to receive grants in an increasingly competitive and under-funded sector if they are not producing results quickly. Few, he said, would step away from their jobs for the uncertainty that comes with a startup, especially when most don’t have a business background.But it’s people like doctors and medical professionals that health tech businesses need, he said.“(If you are a startup), you can’t stand outside a hospital and solicit information from people you think are patients coming out and you can’t go into a ward and make sure you understand exactly the nature of the problem unless you have access like a clinician or researcher,” he said.Those who do have access can still struggle, he said, as medical policies are prone to shifting frequently. “Deep science takes a lot of time to get out and a lot of money and it takes a lot of knowledge. It is not like an app where you will get a return in six months,” he said.“I am not sure we are going to be experts in making huge companies that do a lot of manufacturing because we are a small market and (startups) don’t have other companies to work with here. We are the incubators of ideas and companies and what we should be thinking about is how do we help these ideas incubate and sell off their products and intellectual property to others that are bigger globally but retain the talent and knowledge.”Retaining that talent and knowledge is also a fixation for Maxwell, who considers Rezende-Neto — who has 13 other ideas for medical devices, including a cardiac plug already in development that allows for easy temporary hemorrhage control from wounds to the heart — a rarity that she desperately wants to change.She’s also keen on supporting entrepreneurial medical professionals as a way to tackle a common lament in Canada’s tech scene: the growing number of companies that get acquired by American firms or migrate to the U.S., taking Canadian innovation and talent with them.“It takes so long to get things to get to market and it is so expensive that for small- or even medium-sized companies, they just cannot survive in Canada,” she said. “If we want to keep our Canadian companies here, they need a lot more support around them than what we currently do.”Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press
SAN FRANCISCO — Weak iPhone demand is still causing Apple’s overall sales to shrink, despite the company’s effort to emphasize services designed to bring in a steady flow of money from its 1.4 billion devices still in use.Revenue for the January-March quarter fell 5% from the same time in 2017 to $58 billion, the company said in its earnings report Tuesday. That downturn followed a 5% drop in the previous quarter.Its the first time Apple has suffered two consecutive quarterly revenue declines in two-and-half years.Apple still earned a profit of $11.6 billion during its latest quarter, though that was down 16% compared to last year.The company also announced a 5% increase in its quarterly dividend to 77 cents per share.The Associated Press
Two days after Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched 60 satellites in May as part of a mission to bring quick internet service to people worldwide, astronomers noticed something different.As some of the satellites zipped past the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, telescopes trained on the night sky captured streaks of reflected sunlight that marred their view of a far-off star system.Astronomers now worry that the vast number of communications craft planned, including nearly 12,000 of Musk’s Starlink fleet, will shine so brightly that they’ll interfere with research that depends on delicate visual observations of distant galaxies and nearby asteroids. The new satellites will fly lower than many traditional craft, and will arrive in unprecedented numbers — all told, more than double the roughly 5,000 satellites that are circling Earth now. Amazon asks to join broadband space race with Elon Musk’s SpaceX Elon Musk’s personal fortune is shifting away from Tesla and toward SpaceX Elon Musk might lose his U.S. security clearance over marijuana toke on Joe Rogan’s podcast “We just happened to be pointed in the right direction, and Starlink flew right through it” on May 25, two days after launch, said Jeffrey Hall, director of the Lowell Observatory. The unexpected appearance helped to signal that, as Hall put it, “this is potentially a problem.”Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is authorized to launch 11,943 satellites for its Starlink fleet, making it by far the leader in a total of nearly 13,000 low-Earth orbit satellites currently approved by the Federal Communications Commission, which coordinates trajectories and radio-frequency use. In addition, Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos on Thursday filed to place 3,236 internet-beaming satellites into low-Earth orbit.The lower trajectories offer minimal lag time for data to bounce between the ground and the spacecraft, overcoming the signal lethargy that’s limited internet-from-space schemes dependent on traditional communications satellites. Those older craft are parked some 22,000 miles (36,000 kilometers) above the Earth, an altitude that lets them appear to hover in one spot.At low-Earth orbit — altitudes of just 112 to 1,200 miles — satellites need to race around the globe to stay aloft, completing orbits in as little as 90 minutes. As one moves toward the horizon it will pass signal duties off to the next satellite coming by.Many satellites are needed if continuous, widespread coverage is the goal — thus the constellations planned by Musk and others.There are currently 1,338 satellites in low-Earth orbit, according to a database compiled by the Union of Concerned Scientists. NASA, the U.S. space agency, tallied 4,972 satellites in its most recent count of payloads that are active and defunct.The number of stars visible to the unaided human eye isn’t much more than 1,628, which is how many are registered at the 5th magnitude of a brightness scale used by scientists, Robert Zinn, an astronomer at Yale University, said in an email. Abnormally favourable conditions (exceptional eyesight, total darkness with no light pollution, and no moonlight) could yield more.Plans for low-flying satellite fleets have been around for years. The realization that they might startle sky-watchers seems novel. A video of the Starlink satellites floating in a train across the sky has attracted more than 1.3 million views on the Vimeo video-sharing site. And Musk’s public statements have varied.“Sats will be in darkness when stars are visible,” Musk tweeted May 25, replying to solar system researcher Alex Parker, who on Twitter said the sight of SpaceX satellites launched two days earlier “gives me pause” because “they’re bright and there are going to be a lot of them.”Two days later, Musk tweeted that “Starlink won’t be seen by anyone unless looking very carefully & will have ~0% impact on advancements in astronomy.”He followed with a tweet saying, “We’ll make sure Starlink has no material effect on discoveries in astronomy.” Musk added that he’d sent a note to the Starlink team about “albedo reduction,” or cutting the proportion of light reflected from the spacecraft.Astronomers ConcernedAstronomers are studying the extent of the problem, said Pat Seitzer, former chair of the Committee on Light Pollution, Radio Interference, and Space Debris at the American Astronomical Society, which represents professional astronomers in North America.The satellites may be less bright once moved into planned higher orbits, and their visibility may vary with the seasons: their altitude means they’ll stay out of the Earth’s shadow and remain in sunlight even after dusk for a longer period in the summer than the winter.“Our concern is just how bright they might be,” said Seitzer, an astronomer at the University of Michigan.Radio TelescopesAstronomers who use radio telescopes that rely on the non-visible spectrum also may be affected. They’ll need to adjust to a sky full of low-orbiting satellites, said Harvey Liszt, spectrum manager with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory based in Charlottesville, Virginia. The orbiting spacecraft will communicate via radio, generating celestial background noise that astronomers need to take into account as they listen for faint signals from distant reaches of the universe.“We will have to learn how to operate our electronics to detect weak cosmic signals in the presence of satellite signals at other frequencies that will be millions of times stronger,” Liszt said by email.Trustees of the American Astronomical Society quickly passed a resolution expressing concern after Starlink burst upon their scene, and the century-old International Astronomical Union commented as well.“Reflections from the sun in the hours after sunset and before sunrise make them appear as slow-moving dots in the night sky,” the union said in a June 3 statement. Though hard to pick out with the naked eye, “they can be detrimental to the sensitive capabilities of large ground-based astronomical telescopes.”500 PoundsSpaceX said it plans to raise the satellites to operate at an altitude of 342 miles, compared with their altitude after launch of 273 miles.“The observability of the Starlink satellites is dramatically reduced as they raise orbit,” Eva Behrend, a SpaceX spokeswoman, said in an email. SpaceX will turn the satellites and that may change their appearance, Behrend said.SpaceX hasn’t disclosed the dimensions of the satellites, which it says weigh 500 pounds (227 kilograms) each. All 60 of the initial Starlink satellites were sent aloft in one mission, and fit into a rocket’s fairing, or cargo bay, which is 43 feet (13 metres) long and 17 feet (5 metres) in diameter.Some traditional satellites tend to be larger. For instance, the high communications satellites that appear to hover over one spot can weigh 13,000 pounds or more. And the Union of Concerned Scientists database lists about 1,000 spacecraft that are heavier than Starlink satellites.Humanity in BalanceThe proposals for fleets serving up broadband from space fit a terrestrial policy imperative: to expand high-speed internet service to people and places left poorly served by traditional communications providers.It’s not clear who can help if scientists determine the fleets of tomorrow will interfere with multi-million dollar telescopes that can detect objects millions of times dimmer than visible with the naked eye. The FCC ensures that satellite constellations don’t cause radio interference and don’t risk collisions, the agency said in 2017. Neil Grace, an FCC spokesman, declined to comment.NASA doesn’t regulate orbits or the spacecraft that enter them, said J.D. Harrington, a spokesman for the U.S. space agency. The Federal Aviation Administration regulates the safety of commercial launches and doesn’t regulate satellites, said Greg Martin, a spokesman.The legal arena “is really the Wild West” and “international space law doesn’t really deal with this use of outer space at all,” John Barentine, public policy director for the International Dark-Sky Association, which works to protect night vistas from light pollution, said in an email.Concern extends to the purely aesthetic level, as some contemplate the visual blight brought to heavens untouched for millennia, but now marked by the satellite age.“Darkness and the inspiration that the natural night sky brings to humanity has resulted in great works of art, literature and music,” Barentine said. “The prospect of losing all that is the prospect of severing a key tie between humanity and the natural world.”Bloomberg.com
“Suicide bombings are immoral. They are counter-productive. They must be stopped,” Mr. Annan said in a message delivered on his behalf by Under-Secretary-General Shashi Tharoor to an international media seminar on, “Towards a Two-State Solution,” in Seville, Spain.”Quite apart from the appalling toll in lives, with every new outrage, support by even moderate Israelis for reconciliation is diminished and undermined and the Palestinian cause itself suffers grave harm, even among its most steadfast advocates,” he told seminar participants.On the other side, Mr. Annan said, “Israeli actions, including the reckless use of disproportionate force, the building of a separation fence and the expansion of settlements, meanwhile, serve only to increase the misery of ordinary Palestinians. Crucially, they weaken the Palestinian Authority instead of empowering it so that it can carry out its responsibilities, including cracking down on extremist violence.”The Israeli air strike against Syria earlier this month was a serious escalation in an already tense region and has raised more wide-ranging concerns about the resort to pre-emptive force, Mr. Annan said.The international community had to continue to put pressure on the parties to exercise maximum self-restraint and implement their commitments in accordance with the Road Map to Middle East peace, he said. That plan was proposed by the United States, the United Nations, the European Union and the Russian Federation.As the title of the conference indicated, Mr. Annan said, “there is a just and lasting solution available: two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security.”The 11th annual seminar was organized by the UN Department of Public Information, in cooperation with the Regional Autonomous Government of Andalusia. The meetings have been held annually in different countries since the series was launched in 1991. This seminar brought together over 40 international participants, including present and former policymakers from Israel and the Palestinian National Authority, as well as senior United Nations officials, international experts and media representatives.
This Dwight Howard saga now has the Houston Rockets joining the Los Angeles Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets as the most serious potential trade partners with the Orlando Magic on a Dwight Howard deal, according to sources close to the process.Sources told ESPN.com that the Rockets are discussing a multitude of trade scenarios with the Magic, offering to serve both as the team that would acquire Howard in a direct trade between the clubs and also as a third team that would participate in a trade that lands Howard with the Lakers and brings All-Star center Andrew Bynum to Houston.Meanwhile, reports surfaced that Brooklyn is close to agreeing to a contract extension with the Nets — four years for $58 million, or five years for $78 million — which would prevent Lopez from being traded until December.The Rockets, in the latter scenario, would push to acquire Bynum from the Lakers while furnishing the Magic with a package of future draft picks and cap-friendly contracts to set Orlando up for a full-fledged roster reload. Sources confirmed a HoopsWorld.com report that the three-team trade construction that sends Bynum to the Rockets instead of the Magic — with Orlando said to be concerned about its ability to re-sign Bynum for the long term — gained traction Tuesday.The key elements of the three-team proposal, sources said, call for the Lakers to acquire Howard and the Rockets — realizing their long-running quest to acquire a top-20 player — to take back the mercurial Bynum as he enters the final year of his contract.It’s believed that Houston would have to absorb the contract of Magic swingman Jason Richardson and perhaps another unpalatable contract or two to complete a trade directly with the Magic for Howard or to get Bynum. Central to the Rockets’ offer is a 2013 first-round draft pick that they’ll soon acquire from the Toronto Raptors as part of a verbally agreed trade last week that will send guard Kyle Lowry to Toronto. Houston also has movable veterans Luis Scola and Kevin Martin to sweeten any trade proposal.It’s been an open secret for months, meanwhile, that the Rockets were willing to trade for a player of Howard’s or Bynum’s caliber with no assurance that either one will sign an extension as opposed to becoming a free agent in 2013.
IF YOU EVER spent hours as a kid trying to move a pencil or a book in your bedroom using only your thoughts, prepare to have your mind blown.Researchers at a US university have managed to move a robot helicopter using only their mind in the first successful study of its kind.Five researchers were each able to control the four blade flying robot – known as a quadcopter – quickly and accurately for a sustained period of time while wearing a skull cap. The skull cap recorded electrical activity in the brain through 64 electrodes.“It’s completely noninvasive. Nobody has to have a chip implanted in their brain to pick up on the neuronal activity,” said Karl LaFleur, one of the authors of the study, which has been published in the Journal of Neural Engineering.The team of biomedical engineers at the University of Minnesota say that aside from the obvious implications for fun, the flying robot could potentially help people who are paralysed or have diseases which affect their cognitive functions.“We envision that they’ll be able to use this technology to control wheelchairs, artificial limbs or other devices,” said Bin He, a professor at the University of Minnesota and lead author of the study.The team said that the brain-controlled robot was possible due to the motor cortex – the area of the brain that governs movement and which produces tiny electric currents when we move or think about moving. During the study, subjects had to fly the quadcopter through two large rings after going through some preliminary training sessions.Bin He said that the study had the potential to help many people.“It may even help patients with conditions like autism or Alzheimer’s disease or help stroke victims recover,” he said. “We’re now studying some stroke patients to see if it’ll help rewire brain circuits to bypass damaged areas.”(Video: UniversityofMinn/YouTube)Read: Some women last over an hour, others can only stand 10 minutes > Read: Giant flourescent pink slug discovered in Australia > Read: Scientists discover new reason why humans began walking on two feet >
Jose Mourinho has weighed in on Cristiano Ronaldo’s €105 million move to Serie A with Juventus, congratulating the club for the ‘complete transfer’.Mourinho, who worked with his fellow countryman Ronaldo during his time as Real Madrid boss, believes that the Italian league will benefit greatly from acquiring one of the two best players in the world.As reported by Give Me Sport, the former Chelsea boss said: “In England, the Premier League is the most competitive championship with top players. Now there are three dimensions to look at.”“Now everyone looks at Italy for Ronaldo, the Premier League because it’s the best league and Spain for Messi.”“Serie A has become one of the most important championships in the world. In football, everything can change.”Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.Juventus have dominated the top division in Italy, winning 7 consecutive league titles on a run which has included securing the last 4 as part of a domestic double and their success looks likely to continue with the arrival of Ronaldo.Mourinho, however, continued by saying his arrival could galvanise the rest of the competition.“If it changes the perspectives of teams like Inter, Milan and Roma, if they don’t passively accept Juve with Cristiano become stronger, that they will win again and again and can also find the right motivations from this deal, it can change Serie A in terms of quality, emotions and exposure,” he added.“For this reason, I congratulate to Juventus for this coup, which involves football, marketing and merchandising. It’s the complete transfer.”
Office space in downtown Vancouver is now officially a hot commodity among engineering, commercial real estate and information technology firms.These businesses are taking advantage of newfound opportunities to move into more visible, and often more upscale office space, according to Michael Jenkins, a Vancouver commercial real estate broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins Associates and MAJ Development.“You’re seeing some repositioning,” said Jenkins, whose company triggered a cascade of move-up leases when it recently purchased and moved into a Class A office structure on the corner of West 15th and Columbia streets.Second moveAfter Jenkins and his staff of about two dozen people moved out of 1500 D St. — off East Mill Plain Boulevard, near an entrance to Interstate 5 — PBS Engineering & Environmental Inc. seized the opportunity to move into Coldwell’s vacated space.Third moveThat triggered Bob Berry’s decision to move his information technology business into a portion of PBS’s former office at 1314 Main St., a deal brokered by Doug Bartocci of NAI Norris Beggs & Simpson. Berry said ITPro will also benefit from the site’s nearby access to I-5.“It’s a more convenient location because we have some Oregon-based clients,” he said.Berry said the IT business has ramped up by at least 30 percent in general. Moreover, he expects business to grow at least 45 percent in the coming year. ITPro handles IT services for a variety of customers — including large businesses such as car rental company Hertz, and smaller tech firms such as Gravitate, a Web design, development and branding business in downtown Vancouver.“Companies are beginning to spend money again,” he said. “A lot of businesses are very hopeful right now and attempting to move beyond the recession and invest in IT services.”
Bengaluru: Trouble is brewing in the ruling BJP from a dozen legislators left out of Tuesday”s cabinet expansion, as Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa could induct only 17 members, a party official said on Wednesday. “Disappointment or resentment is natural from those who were expecting or aspiring for a cabinet post. Our leaders will meet them soon and address their concerns, as it is difficult to take all or even many of them,” BJP”s state unit official G. Madhusudana told . Also Read – BJP launches anti-AAP campaign to save Delhi Advertise With Us Of the 17 legislators inducted, one is an Independent (H. Nagesh) who pledged support to the party and other two from the party — Kota Srinivasa Poojary is a member of the legislative council (MLC) and Laxman Savadi is not a legislator and has to be elected from an assembly segment or nominated to the council over the next 6 months. Shashikala Jolle from Nippani in the state”s northwest region is the lone woman minister in the cabinet, expanded over three weeks after Yediyurappa assumed office for the fourth time in the southern state on July 26. Also Read – In his first after abrogation of Art 370, Army chief to visit Srinagar today Advertise With Us “I am surprised for not being taken in the cabinet despite my seniority and experience as a minister earlier. I will wait till the next cabinet expansion and decide my future if the party does not need my services,” Katti told reporters at Belagaivi, about 500km northwest from here. Among those who also felt let down and voiced resentment include Balchandra Jarkiholi, Haladi Srinivas Shetty, K. Poornima, Basanagouda Patil Yatnal and S. Angara. “Though I am disappointed for not being made minister, I hope to be rewarded in the next cabinet expansion or given a chairman”s post of any board or corporation,” Shetty told reporters at Mangaluru, about 350km west of Bengaluru. Advertise With Us The party has 105 legislators in the 225-member Assembly, whose strength is reduced to 208 after 17 rebel lawmakers of the Congress and the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) were disqualified for defying their whip and causing the collapse of their 14-month-old coalition government on July 23 after its chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy resigned for failing to prove majority in the House. “As only 34 legislators, including the chief minister can be accommodated in the 34-member ministry, 16 vacancies will be filled in the second expansion when some of them left out in the first round will be considered. If the party is unable to make them ministers, they can still serve the people as heads of state-run boards and corporations, which have a cabinet rank status,” said Madhusudana. The party has to also consider accommodating the 17 Congress-JDS rebels who resigned from their assembly segments and paved the way for the BJP”s return to power in the southern state. “Our party leadership will have to factor in the outcome of the Supreme Court ruling on their disqualification. After all, they have risked their political career and given our party a chance to govern the state again,” asserted Madhusudana. In the event of the party giving cabinet berths to some of the rebels-turned-BJP lawmakers, prospects of taking more dissidents or loyal members will be less due to the 34-member limit for the ministry, which is 15 per cent of the assembly”s full strength of 225, including one nominated.
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Members of the Hindu community brought out processions in Palashi area of the capital. Photo: Dipu MalakarThe Hindu community of the country observed Janmashtami, marking the birth of Lord Krishna, on Friday with due religious fervor, reports UNB. According to Hindu religion, Lord Vishnu incarnated in the universe as Lord Krishna in the prison of Raja Kangsa on this day, the eighth of “Shukla Pakkha” (bright fortnight) in the month of Bengali calendar Bhadra in Dwapara Yuga in order to protect “Dharma” from the hands of devils. Sri Krishna was born to Devaki and her husband Vasudeva in Mathura to which Krishna’s parents belonged. Members of the Hindu community brought out processions in the capital, divisional cities and district towns displaying the eventful life of Krishna and held other programmes on the occasion. The largest procession of Janmashtami was brought out in the city’s Palashi intersection. Even torrential rain could not dampen the festivity. The participants had colorful banners and festoons depicting the birth of Krishna and his early years. Animesh Paul, a student who took part in the procession with his friends, said this festival helps him believe in a future for everyone. “The message is that no-one should be without love for others,” he said. Various social, cultural and religious organisations chalked out elaborate programmes to celebrate the occasion. The day is a public holiday. President Abdul Hamid and prime minister Sheikh Hasina in separate messages greeted the members of Hindu community. In his message, the president said Bangladesh is a country of communal harmony where people of all religions perform their own religious rituals freely. In her message, the prime minister hoped that the ideals and teachings of Krishna will inspire his disciples to further consolidate the ties of communal harmony, friendship and fraternity. National dailies will publish special articles while Bangladesh Betar and Bangladesh Television and other private TV channels and radio stations aired special programmes highlighting different aspects of the eventful life of Lord Krishna.
Kolkata: The population of one-horned rhinoceros in Jaldapara and Gorumara in North Bengal has gone up. The findings have come from a recent survey carried out by the department in the two national parks in the state in February.”This is for the first time when apart from direct sighting we have collected the dung of the animal to estimate the population. We have sent the sample for DNA anlaysis in Hyderabad which will be tallied with that of direct-sighting and the census will be released accordingly. The process will take at least six months but we are sure that the numbers will increase,” said state Forest minister Binay Krishna Barman. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAbout 100 persons, including forest guards, were engaged for the census, along with 18 pet elephants. The earlier census was held in 2015 when 45 rhinos were counted in Gorumara and 214 in Jaldapara. A source in the Forest department said the number of rhinos have gone up to 237 while that of Jaldapara has increased to 53. “The DNA analysis this year will also help us to come up with the male and female population of the animals separately,” a senior official of the state Forest department said. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThere have been sporadic incidents of poaching of the animal in the forests. However, the state Forest department have taken some significant measures for conservation of the animal which is evident from the population shooting up. The state Forest department has started work for developing the third habitat for rhinoceros at Patlakhawa in North Bengal. The third home for the one-horned rhino is being developed for balancing the rhino population that have increased by both at Jaldapara and Gorumara National Park in North Bengal. The Patlakhawa forest has a large wetland. “We are presently developing the infrastructure that includes boundary of the habitat, grassland improvement watch towers, deployment of security staff, construction of staff quarters , training of staff ,” Barman said. Bengal has the second highest population of rhinoceros after Assam.
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