Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who completed 27 years of his Bollywood debut on Tuesday, expressed gratitude to his fans with a bike stunt — a la his entry scene in his maiden film “Deewana”. Khan’s “Deewana” released on June 25, 1992. To mark the “awesome” occasion, the actor shared on his Twitter page a video in which he recreated his debut scene with the song “Koi na koi chahiye” playing in the background. In a message in the video, he said: “Hi guys, I want to say a big thank you for 27 years in Indian cinema, which is exactly half my life time on Earth. I have been trying to entertain you for over 20 years, and some times I have succeeded, and many times I have failed. So I want to thank you for bearing with me for so many years since I came on a motorcycle in a film called ‘Deewana’ singing ‘Koi na koi chahiye’ and rode right into your hearts. Also Read – Rihanna to release 500-page ‘visual’ autobiography “And you not only allowed me right into your hearts, but also allowed me to stay there for so many years. Thank you very much.” The actor also had a message for his fans to ride safely. “It’s a coincidence that my friends from a motorcycle company have sent me two motorcycles to try out the stunts I did in ‘Deewana’ 27 years ago. I am going to give it a shot, but this time there’s a difference. I will make sure I am wearing a helmet. Always wear a helmet while riding a bike,” the actor said.
The canned food drive “The Cold-EEZE & City Harvest Food Drive to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Victims” was hosted on December 14 by Kevin and Danielle Jonas from the hit TV show “Married to Jonas.”Kevin & Danielle Jonas Host the Cold-EEZE & City Harvest Food Drive to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Victims at NYC FDNY Station Dec 14The food drive was held for two hours and the couple assisted in the collection of non-perishable food donations to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims.Those who attended the event had the chance to meet, take pictures with and received autographs from the Jonas’ as well as local firemen.The Jonas’ helped collect 600 pounds worth of canned goods!
Rabat – The decision follows the Confederation of African Football (CAF) executive committee’s approval of using VAR at its meeting September 27-28 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. The move comes after the latest refereeing technology was used successfully during the CAF Super Cup in February in Casablanca between Morocco’s Wydad Athletic Club (WAC) and Congo’s TP Mazembe.For the first time VAR will be used in the CAF Champions League final. VAR was used in the first phase of the Champions League final between the Egyptian club, Al Ahly, and Tunisia’s Es Tunis. The teams played in Egypt at Borg El Arab stadium in Cairo yesterday. Al Ahly took home the victory 3-1, scoring two goals on VAR-awarded penalties.VAR was first widely used in the football world during the 2018 Russia World Cup. FIFA considered it “largely successful.”“We used it for the Super Cup last February without any hitches and are delighted to go a step further,” CAF general secretary Amr Fahmy said.“This is another historic moment for African football. CAF is determined to use the latest innovative technologies available,” Fahmy added.
LONDON — The Latest on Britain’s exit from the European Union (all times local):10:30 p.m.Further evidence has emerged that British manufacturers are building up their cushions against the possibility the country crashes out of the European Union without a deal.Financial information firm IHS Markit found that Brexit stockpiling is giving a boost to production — at least temporarily.According to the firm, its purchasing managers index for the sector rose to a 13-month high in March to 55.1, up three points from the previous month. Anything above 50 indicates an expansion in output.Stockpiling has become increasingly prevalent over the past few months as Britain’s exit looms — originally scheduled for March 29 but since delayed at least to April 12.Given the uncertainty, firms have stored up on raw materials and on those products they need from elsewhere in the EU.___8:45 a.m.Prime Minister Theresa May’s chief disciplinarian says the government should have told people they would have to accept a softer form of exiting the European Union after May lost her majority in the 2017 general election.Chief Whip Julian Smith, whose job is to ensure Conservative Party lawmakers vote for the government, makes the comments in a BBC documentary to be broadcast Monday.Smith says May called the election to strengthen her hand in delivering Brexit, but was weakened when she lost her majority. He says the government “should have just been clearer the consequences of that, the parliamentary arithmetic, would mean that this would be inevitably a kind of softer type of Brexit.”The comments come after Parliament rejected May’s EU withdrawal deal for a third time on Friday.The Associated Press
22 July 2008Beginning a three-day visit to assess the situation of cyclone survivors in Myanmar, the top United Nations relief official said today that relief and early recovery operations are progressing, but more aid is needed to reach remote areas. “Significant progress has been made since I was last here [in May]. The remarkable resilience of people so severely affected by Cyclone Nargis is evident in the way communities are rebuilding their homes and livelihoods,” John Holmes, the UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs, said.“However, it is also clear that there are many relief needs still to address. We must focus now on reaching the most vulnerable communities in remote areas, especially along the southern coast of the delta,” he stressed.Accompanied by the Deputy Foreign Minister of Myanmar, U Kyaw Thu, and representatives of UN agencies, Mr. Holmes made an extensive helicopter tour of several affected communities in the Ayeyarwady Delta this morning to assess the level of agricultural recovery.The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that relief and early recovery activities were continuing to increase, with numerous aid agencies now present in six hubs across the delta.In the town of Bogale, international and national UN and NGO representatives told Mr. Holmes how they were distributing food, tarpaulins and kitchen sets by boat and helicopter. The aid groups, along with national counterparts such as the Myanmar Red Cross, are working at the local level to identify and fill gaps in the relief effort. Private sector donors are also making key contributions, particularly in house construction.Mr. Holmes, who is also the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, will meet the humanitarian community and donors in Yangon tomorrow. He is also set to travel to Nay Pyi Taw for consultations with the Government on Thursday.The Post-Nargis Joint Assessment Final Report – produced by the UN, the Government of Myanmar and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), known collectively as the Tripartite Core Group – has put a $1 billion price tag on recovery needs over three years, taking into account such areas as education, health, rebuilding livelihoods, infrastructure, agriculture and the environment.The group carried out an analysis of the current needs of those living in the hardest-hit areas; the scope of the damage in all cyclone-affected areas; and the loss of income resulting from the storm.
MONTREAL — Training and simulator company CAE Inc. has signed a deal to sell its mining software business to Constellation Software Inc.Financial terms of the deal were not immediately available.CAE’s Datamine business offers technology and services used to plan and manage mining operations.It will operate within Constellation’s Vela Software division.CAE is best known for its flight simulators, which are used for training pilots around the world.
“This is a direct violation of an agreement UNHCR had reached with the Kyrgyz Government that no one would be forcibly returned unless they had been determined not to be a refugee after going through an asylum procedure,” UNHCR spokeswoman Jennifer Pagonis told reporters today in Geneva.If they are determined to be refugees, they cannot be deported, according to the terms of the 1951 UN Refugee Convention, of which Kyrgyzstan is a signatory. The Uzbek authorities have alleged the men were criminals.Another 12 men remain under arrest in the town of Jalalabad, where the four deported men had also been moved. UNHCR staff were able to gain access to the detention centre only after the first four men had been forcibly returned to Uzbekistan, the agency said.The agency welcomed a statement made this morning by the Acting First Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, Felix Kulov, who condemned the deportations and said that any officials who had acted improperly would be brought to justice.Last weekend, the agency added, it appeared that the Kyrgyz authorities were assuring the security of the asylum-seekers by moving them further from the border. However, as the week progressed, reports began to emerge asserting that pressure was being put on them to return.
Contracts to buy US homes rose for 1st time in 9 months in March, pointing to higher sales by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Apr 28, 2014 8:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – More Americans signed contracts to buy homes in March, the first increase since June and a sign that the housing market may pick up after a sluggish start to the year.The National Association of Realtors says its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index rose 3.4 per cent to 97.4 last month. Still, the index remains 7.9 per cent below its level a year ago.Pending sales are a barometer of future purchases: A one- to two-month lag usually exists between a signed contract and a completed sale.The gain in signed contracts partly reflects a recovery from the harsh winter. Snowstorms and freezing temperatures kept many potential buyers away from open houses. Since last summer, a limited supply of available homes has pushed up prices and discouraged many buyers. In this March 17, 2014 photo, a for sale sign hangs outside a home in Pembroke Pines, Fla. The National Association of Realtors on Monday, April 28, 2014 said its seasonally adjusted pending home sales index rose 3.4 percent to 97.4 last month. Still, the index remains 7.9 percent below its level a year ago. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
Two of the world’s most acclaimed opera stars, the tenors Juan Diego Flórez and Placido Domingo, will be appointed Goodwill Ambassadors for the United Nations cultural agency, with the aim of helping spread its ideals through their advocacy. According to a news release from the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the appointment of the Peruvian bel canto tenor, Mr. Flórez, is in recognition of his “dedication to initiatives related to social inclusion and education, especially in his capacity as President of the foundation Sistema de Orquestas Infantiles y Juveniles del Perú and to the ideals and aims” of UNESCO.The foundation supports the creation of children’s and youth orchestras and choirs throughout Peru, in order help transform society through music, “reflecting the idea that orchestral and choral practice gives children and youth important values and helps preserve them from the dangers of drugs and crime,” UNESCO stated. The ceremony for Mr. Flores will be held on 16 November at UNESCO’s headquarters in the French capital of Paris, with the President of Peru, Ollanta Humala Tasso, in attendance, in addition to UNESCO’s Director-General, Irina Bokova, who will make the appointment.Born in Lima in 1973, Mr. Flórez has gained an international reputation performing in the most prestigious opera houses around the world, mainly in works by composers such as Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini, according to UNESCO. Also, in frequent recitals and concert performances, he has included Peruvian and Latin American music. The ceremony for Mr. Domingo’s appointment will take place on 21 November, also at UNESCO’s offices in Paris. The agency stated that the 71-year-old Spanish tenor and conductor’s appointment comes in recognition of his “exceptional artistic career, his inestimable support for young opera musicians through the Operalia competition, and his dedication to the values and ideals of UNESCO.”Founded by Mr. Domingo in 1993, Operalia, also known as the World Opera Competition, is an annual international competition which aims to discover and help launch the careers of the most promising young opera singers of today.On the same evening as his appointment ceremony, a fundraising gala will be held for the UNESCO-backed Education for All programme, and Mr. Domingo will also present the latest winners of the Operalia competition as well as musicians involved in his development programme at the Washington Opera. First launched in Thailand in 1990, the Education for All is an international initiative which aims to bring the benefits of education to ‘every citizen in every society.’ It involves a broad coalition of national governments, civil society groups and development agencies such as UNESCO, all committed to achieving six specific education goals:According to UNESCO, its Goodwill Ambassadors are an “outstanding group of personalities” who have agreed to use their talent and status to help focus the world’s attention on the work of the United Nations in education, science, culture and communication.
In the late 1970s war and civil strife had devastating effects on Kampuchea, causing hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes and seek food and refuge in neighboring Thailand. UN relief agencies and cooperating independent groups responded to the crisis by helping to establish refugee camps along the border and taking in food, medical supplies and other essentials. UN Photo: Saw Win A news release announced that the Supreme Court of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) upheld its judgement on appeals against the trial judgement regarding Nuon Chea, former Deputy Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea, and Khieu Samphan, former Head of State of Democratic Kampuchea. The two, who are the most senior surviving members of the regime, were were sentenced in August 2014.In a lengthy decision, the Court also reversed the convictions entered by the Trial Chamber for the crime against humanity of extermination in relation to the evacuation of Phnom Penh and the second phase of population transfers. It found that the evidence before the Trial Chamber in relation to the population movements did not establish beyond reasonable doubt the requisite killings on a large scale “committed with direct intent.”In April 1975, during the first phase of the movement of the population, at least two million people were forcibly transferred from Phnom Penh by Khmer Rouge soldiers often at gunpoint, and in terrifying and violent circumstances. The population was forced to march to rural areas during the hottest time of the year and without adequate food, water or medical care. According to the Tribunal, there were numerous instances of Khmer Rouge soldiers shooting and killing civilians during the course of the evacuation, while many others died of exhaustion, malnutrition or disease. There was another phase of the movement of the population between September 1975 and December 1977, where scores more were displaced.The ECCC, which is currently handing four cases, was created by Cambodia and the United Nations, but is independent of them, and is a Cambodian court with international participation that will apply international standards.
It’s the latest idea meant to improve behaviour and stop rowdy children running riot in school corridors. But a Market Harborough school has faced a backlash after asking children to walk with their hands behind their backs between lessons. The school has been criticised for the “Victorian” policy, which teachers say will help them develop “good habits” and “secure routines”. Parents of pupils at Market Harborough C of E Academy in Leicestershire have also been told by the school’s new headteacher that the policy is for “safety” and to encourage a “calm” atmosphere.Children as young as four were encouraged to adopt the position to walk between classrooms and when returning to the building after lunchtime break. However, some angry parents have dubbed the policy draconian and have likened the school to a “boot camp”.One mother, who has two children at the school, said: “Even the youngest pupils are expected to do it. It’s far too much when they’re only four and just getting used to school in the first place. This regime is draconian. It’s like a boot camp – it’s 2017, not the dark ages.”She added that it was less safe for pupils to have their arms behind their backs because should they stumble, they wouldn’t “naturally” be able to put their hands in front of them to stop their fall.She said: “I’m really angry about this. I find it very upsetting. I know other parents feel the same.”A father with children at the school said: “I can’t speak for everyone but it’s like Victorian times. I know lots of parents are outraged about it and have raised it with the school. It seems to be one of a number of changes the new head teacher has brought in since starting in September.” And last year Hartsdown Academy in Margate turned away dozens of children who it said were not properly dressed, in a crackdown over uniform standards. In a statement, Ms Tayler said: “As a school, we are keen to ensure that we have effective strategies in place so that children can move calmly and safely around our building during the busier times of the school day.”With over 400 pupils, asking children to think carefully about where they place their hands at these times is a simple way to encourage courtesy and kindness to one another. The school has seen a positive impact as a result of the strategies introduced, with children moving in and around the building more calmly and more ready to learn.”We are a listening school; we acknowledge that parents have differing opinions and we take their views very seriously. As a result of discussions we have been having with parents over the last two weeks, we have already made adjustments, prior to any media interest in the story. “We have an open door policy and would urge parents to use the channels available in school to share their contributions. We will continue to work in close partnership with parents to provide the very best opportunities we can for the children in our care.” It’s far too much when they’re only four and just getting used to school in the first place. This regime is draconian. It’s like a boot camp – it’s 2017, not the dark ages “This is one of a range of strategies to help children develop good behaviour, to develop good habits and to establish secure routines. This helps to ensure that our school of over 400 pupils is calm and safe, with all children ready to learn.”The mixed-sex primary school converted to an academy in 2014. It was rated “Good” in its most recent Ofsted inspection in 2012. Mrs Tayler was previously headteacher at Cottingham Primary School, also in Market Harborough, which she joined after it went into special measures in 2010. The primary, which is also a Church of England school, was rated “Good” in 2014. Earlier this year police were called to Bedales School in North Yorkshire after pupils went “on strike” over strict rules about using the bathroom and water fountains. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. After a few parents suggested children could fall over the school if their hands were behind their back, the school changed the policy to putting their hands by their sides or in front.In a letter sent to parents last week, head teacher Emma Tayler said she was aware some parents had raised concerns about the new approach. She said that the new rule “promotes safety”.She added that a number of pupils had been injured or knocked on the way into school by racing children.Mrs Tayler said: “As part of our commitment to providing a safe and orderly environment, we have recently introduced the practice of children gently placing their hands behind their backs as they move round school in large groups, or when they enter the building at lunchtimes.
Raheem Sterling has been heavily criticized by England fans after getting a tattoo of the gun on his leg but Kevin De Bruyne doesn’t understand why the fans are so rough on the player.The Belgium international is Sterling’s teammate at Manchester City and after hearing the wave of criticism towards him, he was really surprised by that – and he insisted that Sterling is a good guy and great player.De Bruyne spoke about Sterling’s character and qualities as he said, according to Sky Sports:Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“Raheem is an unbelievable player. When he plays for England I don’t know what happens but there is always criticism about Raheem and I don’t know why.”“He’s a very good guy, he’s one of my guys and we’ve been together since day one. We have a good chemistry, we play well together and he’s only 23.”“I don’t know many guys that can show that capability of playing at that age in the Premier League.”
Posted: December 11, 2018 Sewage spill from Tijuana contaminating waters and closing local beaches Dan Plante, Updated: 7:03 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter December 11, 2018 Dan Plante 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Beaches are closed from Coronado Island to Imperial Beach after a massive sewage spill was discovered.Imperial Beach’s mayor says the sewage pipe broke several days ago.. But he was just notified today.
Help us Reach our Goal—Accept the Challenge Today! You – just one person – can make a life-changing difference in the lives of malnourished children with the value of just one acre of your soybeans. You can help hungry children like those in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, who receive a serving of protein-rich soymilk as part of their school lunch program, made possible by contributions to the World Soy Foundation.WSF partner, CEPUDO produces soymilk by processing soybeans through a machine called a “soycow”. The process only takes about 20 minutes and converts four pounds of U.S. soybeans into about four gallons of soymilk. Students receive a serving of nutritious soymilk with their lunch meal. For some children, this is the only protein they will consume that day.According to Carlos Coello of CEPUDO, “It’s been years since these children have had soymilk in their school lunch program – the protein will truly make a difference in their lives.”The World Soy Foundation’s Acre Challenge Program is a way for you to help. With your support, the World Soy Foundation can reach even more children. Donate the value of ONE ACRE OF SOYBEANS today—Your gift will make a significant impact in the lives of children and families as the World Soy Foundation strives to reduce malnutrition through the Power of Soy. Join the Acre Challenge and give the gift of protein today! (donate now button) .To participate in the Acre Challenge simply calculate the value of an acre of soybeans in your operation (yield multiplied by price).How to donate: Click “Donate Now,” visit www.worldsoyfoundation.org or send your check to:World Soy Foundation12125 Woodcrest Executive Drive, Suite 100St. Louis, MO 63141The World Soy Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization so your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
WILMINGTON, MA — The WHS Girls Varsity Tennis Team defeated Watertown High, 4-1, on Friday, May 18 in Wilmington.Wilmington junior Lia Kourkoutas was defeated by Lilian Marr, 6-0, 6-0.Wilmington sophomore Carolyn Roney defeated Jenna Pitne, 6-2, 6-2.Wilmington junior Jessica D’Arco defeated Maddie Poplawski, 6-0, 6-0.Wilmington seniors Jill Roche and Lauren Field defeated Valentina Gaete & Elyza Shakhverdova, 6-1, 6-0.Wilmington senior AbbyMartin and senior Krista Brown defeated Krishna Patel & unnamed partner, 6-2, 6-0.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wildcats Win Third Matchup In Three DaysIn “Sports”WHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wildcats Defeat Stoneham & Wakefield On Back-To-Back DaysIn “Sports”WHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wildcats Sweep WatertownIn “Sports”
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Sunday, July 22, 2018:A Westdale Avenue caller reported a squirrel was inside her house. Police gave her the contact information to outside agencies for assistance. (12:20am)An anonymous walk-in party reported graffiti on a sign in the area of the Post Office on Church Street. (11:51am)A Blueberry Lane caller reported she got malware on her computer and immediately cancelled all her credit cards as a precaution. (2:06pm)A caller reported his light blue Schwinn Ranger bike was stolen from the MBTA Parking Lot sometime on Friday. (6:14pm)A caller reported his sister was receiving threatening text messages from a male party she went to school with. Police spoke with sister and advised her of her rights and how to get an protection order. (8:40pm)Melecio Castro-Flores (39, Billerica) was arrested for OUI Liquor, Negligent Operation Of A Motor Vehicle, and Leaving The Scene Of Property Damage. Castro-Flores allegedly sideswiped another vehicle parked across from the MBTA Train Station on Main Street and continued on without stopping. (8:46pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip?Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 27: OUI Arrest; Woman Brings Caged Bird To Town BeachIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 10: Car Stolen; License Plate Stolen; Road Rage Incident At Cumberland FarmsIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 31: Woburn Man Arrested For OUI; Bad Highway Crash Required MedflightIn “Police Log”
A spokeswoman for the Alaska State Troopers says the agency will not set up a command post at the Arctic Man Classic race.Download AudioMegan Peters says troopers from Delta Junction and Glennallen will respond to calls as needed at the April 4-8 event.Arctic Man is a race in which a downhill skier glides down a mountain, grabs a towline behind a snowmobile, gets pulled up a second peak and skis down to the finish line.Organizers say the race last year attracted 13,000 fans at the venue off the Richardson Highway near Summit Lake.Troopers in previous years have set a trailer with communications equipment and working space at the event.Race organizer Howard Thies earlier this week said the race will have its own security.
Promoters of budget airline IndiGo have altered its shareholding structure to give more scope for overseas capital in the initial public offering (IPO).Under the new capital structure, stake held by one of its promoters Rakesh Gangwal will now become his personal holding. Gangwal held a stake of 47.88% through US-based Caelum Investment.The changes to the shareholding structure comes in the wake of merger of Caelum Investment with Interglobe Aviation, a business conglomerate which runs the airline, IndiGo said in a filing with the Registrar of Companies.Industry experts say that IndiGo is making changes to allow sale of shares to overseas buyers when it issues an IPO, Business Standard reported.Gangwal, a non-resident Indian (NRI), can make 100% investment in any airline under the current rules. The former chief executive of US Airways is regarded as the key person responsible for the success of low-cost airline IndiGo.Apart from Caelum, Rahul Bhatia owns a stake of 51.12% in the airline. However, Bhatia and Gangwal will hold the same amount of shares even after changes to shareholding structure.Caelum Investment’s stake was considered to be a foreign investment and government rule limits foreign investment in domestic carriers to 49%.The airline promoters are gearing up to file for an IPO to raise about $400 million (Rs 2,500 crore) by selling stake and issuing fresh shares. IndiGo will use the funds to expand its fleet and raise its global footprint.The company is expected to file a draft red herring prospectus with market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on 30 June, according to moneycontrol.com.Citigroup, Kotak, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, UBS and Barclays are reported to have been appointed as book runners for the IPO.IndiGo’s market share is estimated to reach 50% in the next two years from a current 36%, according to global aviation consultancy CAPA, Business World said.
In goal, Maddy Curtis has 20 saves with a save percentage of .417. In goal, Rachel Florek has registered 47 saves and matches Caroline Blalock and freshman Shay Clevenger with a team-high 17 ground balls. Tessa Chad led the Cards with four goals, earning her second consecutive hat trick and fifth of the season. The senior has tallied a team-high 19 goals and 21 points through eight contests. In their last outing, the Cardinals fell to No. 15 Duke 11-10 in double overtime. Despite forcing 15 of a season-high 25 turnovers for the Blue Devils, Louisville was unable to pull off the upset for their first ACC win. Sophomore Caroline Blalock has also been a strong offensive presence for the Cardinals and paces the team with seven assists and 17 ground balls. She has scored 13 goals so far this season for 20 points. ABOUT THE DUKES Duquesne (4-0) opened its season with four straight wins for the first time since 1999 and boasts an average margin of victory of 12 goals. The Dukes are averaging 19.5 goals per game through four contests and are led by sophomore Michaela Connolly, who has tallied 12 goals and 10 assists for a team-high 22 points. For the latest information on Louisville lacrosse, visit GoCards.com, or follow the team’s Twitter account at @LouisvilleLax or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLLacrosse. Print Friendly Version Series History – Louisville leads Duquesne 2-0 in the all-time series and the Cards have yet to play the Dukes on the road. In the last meeting, Louisville won 15-6 at UofL Lacrosse Stadium on March 21, 2017. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville women’s lacrosse kicks off the first of three games this week with a trip to Pittsburgh for a matchup against Duquesne on Tuesday at 12 p.m. Story Links Live Stats Senior Megan Buettner leads the Dukes with 13 goals on the season, while junior Rilee Bradshaw adds 11 goals and three assists for 14 points. Date: Tues., March 12Time: 12 p.m.Video: ESPN+Last Meeting: Louisville 15, Duquesne 6 (3/21/17 at UofL Lacrosse Stadium)Series History: Louisville leads 2-0 (2-0 at home)UofL National Ranking: — Junior midfielder Maddie Hart has been instrumental on the draw, collecting 29 through four contests and also accumulating 16 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers. The Dukes also return midfielder Carlee Braverman, who earned Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team honors a season ago.
“The Chromium revision log indicates that Chrome for Android will become a mobile browser that integrates much of desktop browser’s feature set, which will help Google to patch bugs and security issues much faster than before. The Android browser could also see more updates in the future and evolve at a much faster pace,” said ConceivablyTech.Numerous other sites have since commented on the probability, not possibility, of Chrome made available as a browser for Android some time soon. Google watchers think that the Chrome-Android union might be part of the upcoming Samsung and Google joint event next week. An announcement is expected about an Ice Cream Sandwich (the next major Android update and the first version of Android to unify the phone and tablet parts of the OS) Android phone. Chrome for Android is expected to include features seen on the desktop version. Based on latest reports about Chrome in general, the browser is fast taking hold. Google’s Chrome browser could surpass Mozilla Firefox before the year end or by the middle of next year, predict browser stat-watching groups. While the popularity of Chrome for the desktop has grown as a browser that gets you where you want to go fast, the Android browser has underwhelmed Android users. Chrome for Android raises hopes that the result will be better unity and synchronization between Google’s desktop and mobile browsers. The advantages are summed up by Mobile.Blorge:”As a Chrome user on my own desktop PC, I can certainly see the appeal of using the same browser on mobile devices, partly because I trust it not to lead to crashes and freezes (even more important on a low-memory device), and partly because the synced bookmarks and user ID details would be incredibly convenient.”Emphasis in talk about Chrome coming to Android is on Chrome as a “first version,” which is expected to be simple and focused on speed. Chrome unseats Safari as third most popular Internet browser This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (PhysOrg.com) — The first version of Chrome for Android should be just around the corner, according to ConceivablyTech. “Google is heading toward the finish line for the first release of Chrome for Android,” said the report. The information points to a developer posting on the Chromium site, where a build target was set for the browser. Chromium is the open source project on which the Google Chrome browser is based. © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: Bringing Chrome to Android more than wishful thinking (2011, October 5) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-10-chrome-android.html Explore further