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India Notifies Amended Tax Treaty With Singapore

first_imgThe government today notified the amended India-Singapore tax treaty under which capital gains tax will be levied at source of investments with effect from April 1. Related Itemslast_img

Japan Open: Saina Nehwal advances, Parupalli Kashyap to face Kidambi Srikanth

first_imgTop Indian singles shuttlers Saina Nehwal, Parupalli Kashyap, Kidambi Srikanth and H.S. Prannoy all progressed to the second round of their respective categories after notching up contrasting victories in their openers at the $275,000 Japan Open Superseries here on Wednesday.Though second seed Saina progressed to the Round of 16, the possibility of facing compatriot PV Sindhu next vanished as the tall and lanky shuttler lost her women’s singles opener.Olympic bronze medallist Saina took off well as she had a clean 21-14, 22-20 victory in 42 minutes over Thai Busanan Ongbumrungpan. The World Championship silver medallist will next take on Minatsu Mitani of Japan, who accounted for the loss of Sindhu, beating the two-time World Championship bronze medallist 21-13, 17-21, 21-11 in exactly an hour.World No.1 Saina has a 5-2 advantage in career meetings over the Japanese, having also won the previous two encounters, but Minatsu will have the home crowd rooting for her on Thursday.Also read: Japan Open – Kashyap wins first round, Sindhu, Jwala-Ashwini lose Reigning Commonwealth Games champion Kashyap had to work the least as his match lasted only two minutes before his Japanese opponent Takuma Ueda retired when the Indian was leading 3-2. He will next take on friend and compatriot Srikanth for a place in the men’s singles quarterfinals.Third seed Srikanth, on the other hand, had an easy match against Scott Evans, beating the Irish 21-18, 21-15 in 34 minutes. In the only official match between the two Indians in the past, Kashyap came out on top in the final of the India Grand Prix Gold in January, beating Srikanth 23-21, 23-21.advertisementLater, Prannoy beat Hong Kong’s Wong Wing Ki Vincent 23-21, 22-20 in 49 minutes and will next face South Korean Lee Dong Keun in their first ever career meet. Lee progressed to Round 2 after beating Sai 23-21, 21-10 in 52 minutes.last_img read more

Onus on captain MS Dhoni with senior players missing out

first_imgMS Dhoni is back at the helm of the Men in Blue as they take on New Zealand in the first ODI on Sunday in Dharamshala. The series gives India’s limited overs skipper a chance to correct an uncharacteristic recent poor run of results. Since the 2015 World Cup, India have played four series under MS Dhoni and won only one against Zimbabwe. Defeats to Bangladesh, Australia away and South Africa at home have seen questions being raised on Dhoni’s leadership, but he could end that debate by taking India back into the top 3 of the ODI rankings. However it will not be a walk in the park. Half the senior team is on the sidelines, either injured or rested for this ODI series leaving Dhoni to depend on a few senior pros and a bunch of highly talented youngsters. (Virat Kohli has done his job, focus now on MS Dhoni) “In terms of competitiveness yes, you will miss a couple of seniors make no mistake about it. R Ashwin and Jadeja will be missed. You see over the last 10-15 years, whenever we have played at home you need about 25-28 overs of spin, that is what controls the game. So it is going to be a challenge for young spinners as well. Will they be able to hold their own in their own backyard? For people like Axar Patel and Jayant Yadav and specially Amit Mishra, if they can hold their own, that will also show how strong India’s bench strength is,” said former India cricketer Nikhil Chopra to India Today. Ashwin and Jadeja were rested by the selectors for the ODI series with an eye on the marathon home Test season ahead. Mohammad Shami is also rested while fellow pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar is out injured along with openers Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul. It remains to be seen with senior pros missing whether Dhoni bats up the order against the Kiwis. “We have been saying this for a long long time, we all feel with the talent that Mahi has got, there is no point in him coming way down the order in limited overs cricket. I understand what he tries to do in terms of controlling the game, he feels he can do the best job in the last 8-10 overs. But the point is if he bats up the order and faces 55-60 deliveries in his personal capacity then he will win you the game. He does not need anybody else coming down the order to control the game. Dhoni the batsman also needs runs under his belt,” says Nikhil. Sports historian Boria Majumdar too echoed Nikhil’s views and said the focus of the series is solely on MSD. “MS Dhoni has not played since a couple of T20s in USA and will not play in the next five months, so leading into the Champions Trophy in the summer of 2016, this is a very important series as far as MS Dhoni the cricketer is concerned. There will be question marks raised if MSD does not perform as a captain and as a player so it is very important for Dhoni as a player to lead from the front. He has to do well as a captain and also as a finisher,” said Boria. India’s last meeting with the Black Caps in limited overs cricket was not a happy occasion with the Kiwis handing a defeat to India in their opening match of the WT20 earlier this year at Nagpur. Still Nikhil believes this series will go India’s way.advertisement”I think a win over the Kiwis is likely. Mahi is coming back to lead the side, the team looks confident after the 3-0 victory in Test matches as well. You have got an opportunity for youngsters as well in terms of the spin department but with their recent showing in Australia where they represented India A against Australia A, the likes of Jayant Yadav, Axar Patel and others I am hopeful that these guys can go out there and do the job and hopefully Amit Mishra too will get a game,” said Nikhil. The first match of the five-ODI series will be played in Dharamsala on Sunday. India needs at least a 4-1 win in the series to leapfrog New Zealand and climb back into the top 3 of the ICC ODI rankings.last_img read more

Sony Xperia X, Xperia X Compact gets Android 7.1.1 Nougat and June security patch update

first_imgSony starts rolling out the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat for Xperia X and Xperia X Compact. Both the smartphones were originally announced with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, however, in November last year, Sony started pushing out Android 7.0 Nougat update for the handsets. And now with Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS onboard, both Xperia X and Xperia X Compact users will get a range of new features and updates.Well, along with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update, the Xperia X and Xperia X Compact  devices will also receive June Android security patch update. This is confirmed by Xperia blog. The blog post mentions, “Sony Mobile is rolling a new Nougat update for Xperia X and Xperia X Compact owners that moves them from Android 7.0 to 7.1.1.”Also Read: Sony to focus on flagship Xperia phones, Xperia X and X Compact to be axedFurthermore, according to Xperia Blog, the new Android Nougat update for Sony Xperia X and Xperia X Compact will come via a new build number 34.3.A.0.194. However, there is no mention if the software update will be rolled out globally, or only to select markets. With the new Android Nougat OS update, Sony will bring a number of features to both Sony Xperia X and Xperia X Compact device.Picture Courtesy: Xperia BlogApp shortcut, support for circular app icons, fingerprint swipe down gesture, keyboard image insertion, night light, new emojis, split screen mode, quick notification, doze mode and a lot more feature will come to the Xperia devices with Android 7.1.1 Nougat update. Sony is probably rolling out the Nougat update eventually. While some users who have already received the software upgrade have complained about a few features being missing. One user said, “7.1.1’s best feature is app shortcuts and Xperia home doesn’t even support it”, while the another one said, “The Cons: After updating it, I found out that Sony doesn’t even provide the new clock widget for the lock screen! This is so called ‘their pathetic marketing”.advertisementAlso Read: Sony Xperia XZ Premium 4K HDR phone with Motion Eye camera launched at Rs 59,990Some users also said that with the new update, Sony brings New Smart Stamina Mode and Xperia Actions features on the Xperia devices.Sony recently launched the Xperia XZ Premium with 4K HDR phone with Motion Eye camera. This premium smartphone is launched at Rs 59,990. Xperia XZ Premium is the follow-up to last year’s Xperia X Performance, and succeeds 2015’s Xperia Z5 Premium. The smartphone comes with 19-megapixel Motion Eye camera system on the rear which is further coupled with phase detection and laser autofocus features. The Xperia device sports a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display and runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat-based Xperia UI. The device is further powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which is further expandable by up to 256GB via a microSD card and is backed by a 3,230mAh battery and supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0.last_img read more

Gekas Back for Greece vs. Romania

first_img– Derek Gatopoulos (AP)ATHENS — Veteran striker Fanis Gekas has been recalled by Greece for the World Cup qualifying playoffs against Romania this month.Coach Fernando Santos named the 33-year-old center forward in a 24-man squad filled with veterans, including 36-year-old captain Giorgos Karagounis and 34-year-old midfielder Costas Katsouranis.The first leg is Nov. 14 in Piraeus, then Nov. 19 in Bucharest. Gekas, who plays for newly promoted Konyaspor in Turkey, has scored 24 goals in 68 appearances for his country and last played for Greece in June.Greece gained the most points as runner-up in European qualification — 25 from 10 matches — but lost out to high-scoring Bosnia on goal difference in Group G.Santos’ side, still rated 15th in the world rankings, struggled in recent qualifiers, finding it hard to score against lowly Liechtenstein on two occasions.They have missed the reassuring presence of Schalke defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos, a rising star at 21, who has been out all year following a right knee operation.Santos said he wanted to give little away before the first game at Karaiskaki Stadium, saying only that he would rely on experienced players.“I won’t say anything about any individual player. But we do have a lot of players who are under the threat of suspension, so we need give ourselves some options,” the Portuguese trainer said.“We have a lot of experienced players who will know how to win the first match without conceding a goal. The Romanians are an excellent team, but I believe we will be the ones to make it through.”Romania named foreign-based players last week, and coach Victor Piturca dropped veteran striker Adrian Mutu as well as Manchester City goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon. Piturca included Greece-based midfielder Costin Lazar of PAOK and defenders Dorin Goian of Asteras Tripolis.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

India lose to Uzbekistan in AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers opener

first_img Next India lose to Uzbekistan in AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers openerIndia went down 0-3 to Uzbekistan in their first match at the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers as Bobir Abdixolikov scored twice and Islomjon Kobilov got one goaladvertisement Press Trust of India TashkentMarch 23, 2019UPDATED: March 23, 2019 13:18 IST India lost their AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers against Uzbekistan 3-0 (@IndianFootball Photo)India suffered a 0-3 loss at the hands of defending champions Uzbekistan in the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers in Tashkent on Friday.Uzbek captain Islomjon Kobilov put the home team in front via a first-half penalty, before second-half substitute Bobir Abdixolikov netted twice in the last 10 minutes to take the game away from the Indians.India managed to create a chance early on as Rahul KP was played through on the flank by Anwar Ali. The Keralite attacker put in a cross, but Daniel could not connect with it in time.However, Uzbekistan started pressing high up the pitch after the initial exchanges, and they got a good chance around the half-hour mark when Alijanov Ilkhomjon was played through inside the six-yard-box by Amonov Azizbek. But Vinit Rai stepped in with a crucial block.Uzbekistan laid the proverbial siege on the Indian third ahead of the half time break, but the visiting team’s defence held on with Anwar Ali making some brave interceptions deep inside the penalty area.Their efforts finally paid off in injury time of the first half when Uzbekistan were awarded a penalty. Captain Kobilov made no mistake, as he slotted it into the bottom corner to put the home side in the lead.The home side came out with more attacking intent in the second half.Although India got a chance to score a goal when Daniel had another opportunity with substitute Komal Thatal, who had come on for Rahul KP, crossing it towards him. However, Daniel could not get onto the end of the cross, and the chance went begging.advertisementIndia centreback Gaurav Bora dug out a couple of important interceptions in the second half, helping goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh, who was caught off his line. But Bobir Abdixolikov eventually doubled the lead with a little over 10 minutes of regulation time left.Five minutes later, Abdixolikov made it 3-0 for the home side, ending Indian hopes of a comeback.Thatal lit up the eyes of the Indian fans with a jinking run from the left wing, as he cut inside and let one rip, but his shot thudded off the woodwork.India are set to play their final qualifier against Tajikistan on Sunday.Also Read | Raheem Sterling bags hat-trick as England thrash Czech RepublicFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to 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 Tags :Follow IndiaFollow UzbekistanFollow AFC U-23 Championshiplast_img read more

18,000 New Persons Find Employment

first_imgThe Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) is reporting that 18,000 new persons were employed as at July this year, to bring the total number (of persons employed) to 1,094,700, an increase of 11,100 persons, relative to the similar period last year.  Speaking at the PIOJ’s quarterly press briefing at the Institute’s New Kingston offices on November  20, Director General, Dr. Gladstone Hutchinson, disclosed that based on the latest labour force survey, conducted by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN), the workforce complement as at July 2012, stood at some 1,256,000 persons. He pointed out that the labour force increased by some 20,600 persons as at July this year, compared to the corresponding period last year. The Director General further advised of an increase of 2,600 in the number of persons, aged 14 years and older, currently constituting the labour force. Dr. Hutchinson informed that eight of 16 industries recorded increases in the number of persons employed. Those recording the largest increases, he disclosed, include: wholesale and retail, and repair of motor vehicles and equipment, which were up 13,800 persons; manufacturing , up 6,400 persons; and agriculture, forestry and fishing, up 5,400 persons. While noting that the unemployment rate, as of July 2012 stood at some 12.8 per cent, which was approximately 0.5 per cent point higher than the rate recorded for July last year, Dr. Hutchinson said it was 1.5 per cent points lower than the figure reported at the start of the 2012/13 fiscal year, in April.last_img read more

Chinook salmon fishing banned in Yukon as stocks plunge

first_imgAPTN National NewsFor years the Yukon chinook salmon run has been on the decline. But fishers and experts are calling this years run the worst one yet.As a result, drastic measures are being taken including a full ban on chinook fishing in the U.S. and Canada.APTN’s Shirley McLean reports.last_img

Milestone announcement expected for East Village

first_imgDetails on the operation of Calgary’s new Central Library cafe are expected Tuesday morning.Other milestones for the East Village will also be included in the announcement. Councillor Druh Farrell will attend the event, along with members of the Calgary Municipal Land Corporation and the Calgary Public Library.The new library is expected to open later this year.Tuesday’s announcement takes place at the St. Louis Hotel at 11 a.m.last_img

Karnataka CM meets Modi seeks early release of Rs 2064 cr drought

first_imgNew Delhi: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy Saturday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought early release of Rs 2,064.30 crore funds to provide relief to drought-hit farmers in the ongoing rabi season, an official statement said. Kumaraswamy informed Modi that the state faced drought situation during this year’s kharif season as well but the financial assistance sanctioned by the central government was inadequate. In addition to floods, Karnataka reeled under severe drought both during kharif (summer) and rabi (winter) seasons of the 2018-19 crop year (July-June). “Consecutive droughts, flood has brought farmers under distress and it is the time to rush to their aid,” Kumaraswamy told the Prime Minister. He requested Modi to expedite the process to release Rs 2,064.30 crore for drought relief and mitigation, the statement said. The state government has submitted a memorandum seeking Rs 2,064.30 crore drought relief fund for the ongoing rabi season as crop loss is estimated to be Rs 11,384.7 crore. The state has declared drought in 156 out of 176 talukas. In the meeting, Kumaraswamy apprised the Prime Minister about the pro-active steps taken to mitigate the drought impact on farmers. The state has released Rs 386 crore from the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) and given priority to ensure drinking water and fodder, besides creating 1.19 crore man-days jobs under the MGNREGA scheme, he added. The state government has advanced Rs 1,351 crore towards payment of pending wage and material bills in anticipation of release of central funds, Kumaraswamy said and requested for early release of funds to make further wage payments. The chief minister further said the central relief funds released to the state for drought faced during kharif season this year was not sufficient. The Centre sanctioned Rs 949.49 crore against the state government’s demand of Rs 2,434 crore as drought relief for the kharif season, which is less than 50 per cent of the input subsidy claim by the state, he noted. The crop loss during the khariff and rabi seasons together is estimated to be Rs 32,335 crore, he added.last_img read more

Akhannouch Refutes Accusations that Hes Obstructs Coalition Government

Rabat – Aziz Akhannouch, newly elected Secretary-General of the National Rally of Independents (RNI), refuted accusations that he has obstructed the formation the coalition government.The National Rally of Independent (RNI) released a communiqué in the November 6 issue of the Moroccan Arabic-language newspaper Al-Alam. The communiqué came in response to the accusations that the party’s newly elected president has attempted obstruct the process of forming the government that Benkirane began on October 10.According to the statement, these accusations came “within a specific context experienced by our country lately” and were made by “certain parties in order to polish their political image and block the way of the deliberations to form the government coalition,” possibly alluding to the Independence Party (PI) and The Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP). “These parties”, continues the statement, “spread lies saying that the party of the National Rally of Independents and its Secretary-General have adopted an approach that contravenes with the community building that Morocco has chosen.”The RNI considers this “unprecedented attack” as a dangerous accusation that is meant to spread the image that the RNI opposes social and developmental reforms “while the party [RNI] has always subscribed, with all its potentials and efforts, to realizing societal and developmental projects that serve the Moroccan citizens.”The RNI seized the opportunity to reiterate its “firm positions in regards to respecting the democratic legitimacy and the reformist path launched by Morocco since the Constitution of 2011.”The communiqué mentions some “honorable positions” at the head of some ministries since it joined the government in 2013, where it “supported the developmental and social projects that Morocco saw during the previous government term.”The statement calls on the party’s “members, sympathizers and Moroccans in general to not be misled by this wave of lies aiming at causing segregation for narrow political machinations.”Edited by Constance Guindon read more

Frances Ministry of Culture Honors Leila Alaoui Posthumously

Casablanca — The French-Moroccan photography, whose death was sadly announced last January in Ouagadougou, was honored by the French Ministry of Culture this week.On December 12, Alaoui received the order of “Commander” of the Order of Arts and Letters, for her significant contribution to the arts, by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.Notre très grande #LeilaAlaoui va recevoir les insignes de Chevalier de l’ordre des arts et lettres à titre posthume. #proud @fondationleila— Aida Alami (@AidaAlami) December 12, 2016Previous awardees of the “Commander” grade include: Bob Dylan, T.S. Eliot, Bono, Marlène Jobert and Quincy Jones. Leila Alaoui was also awarded, posthumously, the ‘Knight’ grade order Ouissam Alaouite on August 21 at the 2016 Youth Festival in Morocco.Prior to her tragic passing, Alaoui was a prestigious photographer and video artist with exhibitions across the world since 2009.Her bio reads: “Born in Paris in 1982, she studied photography at the City University of New York before spending time in Morocco and Lebanon. Her work explores the construction of identity and cultural diversity, often through the prism of the migration stories that intersect the contemporary Mediterranean.”Alaoui died due to injuries suffered during a Ouagadougou terrorist attack carried out on January 15, 2015. Then 33-years-old, Alaoui was in Burkina Faso filming with Amnesty International.C’est avec tristesse que nous avons appris le décès de Leila Alaoui. Leila travaillait sur un projet avec notre secrétariat international.— Amnesty France (@amnestyfrance) January 19, 2016 read more

Nigerian arrested for fraud

The Nigerian was produced before the Wattala Magistrate and remanded till August 19 while further investigations continue. The police media unit said that several complaints had been received where emails or SMS messages were sent out saying the receiver had won money. A Nigerian man has been arrested for fraud committed in Sri Lanka, the police media unit said today.The police said that the Nigerian and his accomplices had sent out emails and SMS messages to people saying they had won money through the UN and duped them to send money to bank accounts as customs fees. The police urged the public to not fall prey to such false emails and SMS messages and instead to first double check the information.The police also said that the public can approach the nearest police station and lodge a complaint if they receive suspicious emails of SMS messages. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Warakagoda Gnanaratana appointed new Chief Prelate of Asgiriya

The Venerable Warakagoda Gnanaratana Thero was today appointed as the new Chief Prelate (Mahanayake) of the Asgiriya Chapter.The Venerable Warakagoda Gnanaratana Thero replaces the Venerable Galagama Sri Attadassi Thero who passed away last month. (Colombo Gazette)

Iraq UN envoy Brahimi discusses elections power transfer with Governing Council

“This is the first step in this long journey, which inch’ Allah, God willing, will lead, in the end, to the formation of this government on schedule and to the well-prepared elections which will enable the Iraqi people to have a government that is elected through transparent, democratic elections,” Mr. Brahimi told a news briefing after the meeting. “These will be steps towards the restoration of peace and stability which the Iraqi people need and aspire to,” he added. Wishing him every success in his mission, current Governing Council President Massud Barzani pledged close cooperation between the Council’s specialized committees and Mr. Brahimi’s delegation. Asked whether security issues were discussed following the recent flare-up in violence, Mr. Barzani said the talks focused on the elections and the transfer of power.“This was an initial meeting,” he added. “Mr. Brahimi will need some time to conduct consultations with all the parties both in the Governing Council and outside the Governing Council.”Mr. Brahimi was asked if he would be meeting with personalities like Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani who, according to press reports, had concerns over UN involvement.“We will meet all the personalities that wish to contribute to this effort and wish to meet with us,” the envoy replied. “We are the United Nations and the doors of the United Nations are open to all.”Mr. Brahimi and his aides, who arrived in Baghdad yesterday, join a UN technical team, headed by Carina Perelli, already in Iraq to assess what needs to be done to hold credible elections by 31 January 2005. read more

Hijackers release UNchartered food aid ship in Somalia

“We are very relieved that the crew are all unharmed and that the food aid is intact,” UN World Food Programme (WFP) Deputy Country Director Leo van der Velden said of the second hijacking of an agency ship in three months. “Fortunately this particular shipment is only slightly delayed, but with two hijackings in three months we will have to consider alternatives to secure the safety of both the people and food involved in our operations,” he said of the strife-torn Horn of Africa country, which has been without a functioning government for 14 years. The MV Miltzow, its crew and cargo were released at midnight yesterday, after a representative of the contractor together with the district commissioner boarded the ship to negotiate, and it can now proceed with delivering its relief cargo for drought-stricken people in southern Somalia. The St. Vincent and Grenadines-registered Miltzow was being offloaded when six gunmen stormed the ship and forced it to leave the port. Some 400 tons of the total cargo of 850 tons of WFP food aid remained on board. In June, the WFP-chartered Semlow, carrying 850 tons of rice for 28,000 tsunami survivors in the Puntland region, was stormed by gunmen off the coast of central Somalia, the first time in WFP history that a ship carrying relief food has been hijacked. It was released to the El Maan Port Authorities on 4 October. After initially suspending shipments in early July, WFP resumed food deliveries to ensure that its operations continue. Given the ongoing insecurity off the coast of Somalia, the agency is looking at various alternative routes including overland from Kenya and through Djibouti. Shipping companies are currently demanding armed escorts. WFP aims to provide a total of 1 million people in Somalia with food this year. read more

Windows 8 Firefox sadapte à linterface Metro de lOS

first_imgWindows 8 : Firefox s’adapte à l’interface Metro de l’OSLa fondation Mozilla s’est lancée dans le développement d’une version de Firefox adaptée à l’interface Metro de Windows 8, qui pour l’heure ne supporte qu’Internet Explorer. Une intégration dont les premiers résultats viennent d’être dévoilés.Comme Google qui travaille sur une version de Chrome adaptée à l’interface Metro de Windows 8, Mozilla s’est attelé au développement d’un Firefox optimisé pour le tant attendu nouvel OS de Microsoft.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Brian Bondy, l’un des développeurs qui planchent sur le projet, vient de dévoiler les premiers résultats. Il présente sur son blog un prototype qu’il décrit comme “ressemblant un peu au navigateur sur Android. Il est possible de surfer sur le web, de créer des onglets, d’ajouter des pages à ses favoris, d’obtenir une historique, d’avoir un cache, d’ajuster les préférences…” affirme le développeur.Brian Bondy précise s’être basé sur le code XUL de Fennec, la version mobile de Firefox, pour concevoir cette mouture du navigateur adaptée à la nouvelle interface utilisateur dont disposera Windows 8. Mais le travail des développeurs de Mozilla est encore loin d’être achevé. L’interface et le design du navigateur demandent encore a être corrigés, et nombres d’éléments restent à intégrer. La fondation lancera ses premiers tests avec une version bêta lorsque le prototype sera un peu plus abouti.Le 4 avril 2012 à 17:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

SPOILER New matches being advertised locally for WWE Extreme Rules PPV in

first_img Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Google+ Twitter WhatsApp New stipulation added to Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan this Sunday at Clash of Champions center_img While five matches have already been officially advertised by WWE for the upcoming Extreme Rules PPV, the official website for the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh has revealed some upcoming matches that could be official as early as tonight.These matches include Roman Reigns vs. Bobby Lashley in a singles match, Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens in a Steel Cage match and Dolph Ziggler defendng the WWE Intercontinental Championship against Seth Rollins.Here is the official card as things stand before RAW tonight:WWE ChampionshipAJ Styles (c) vs. RusevRAW Women’s ChampionshipAlexa Bliss (c) vs. Nia JaxSmackdown Women’s ChampionshipCarmella (c) vs. AsukaRAW Tag Team ChampionshipsMatt Hardy and Bray Wyatt vs. The B-TeamSmackdown Tag Team ChampionshipsThe Bludgeon Brothers (c’s) vs. Team Hell No (Kane and Daniel Bryan) WWE United States Championship match added to Clash of Champions this Sunday in Charlotte Facebook First match announced for WWE NXT’s debut on the USA Network in two weekslast_img read more

Caltrans considers physical barrier to prevent Coronado Bridge suicides

first_img March 20, 2018 Caltrans considers physical barrier to prevent Coronado Bridge suicides KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 10:54 PM KUSI Newsroom center_img Posted: March 20, 2018 Video Player error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Caltrans has completed a study regarding physical barriers that could be used to prevent suicides at the Coronado Bridge.The study found that 2/3 of those surveyed were in favor of adding a physical barrier to the bridge. It showcased a number of barrier options, including a wire mesh fence and a transparent panel.Construction could cost as much as $137 million. Caltrans has previously said it would take several years to put up the barriers because of environmental impact studies and funding. Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: caltrans, Coronado, coronado bridge, suicide FacebookTwitterlast_img read more