New Delhi: After a great start to their Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 7 campaign, Dabang Delhi would aim to continue the good run in their home leg starting at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here from Saturday.Dabang Delhi will kick-off their home leg with a match against Bengaluru Bulls on Saturday before facing UP Yoddhas the next day. Delhi will then take on U Mumba and Patna Pirates on August 28 and 30, respectively. Dabang Delhi have already won 5 out of their 7 matches this season, securing 29 points, to be placed second in the points table.Speaking about Dabang Delhi’s expectations from the home leg, skipper Joginder Narwal said: “We love playing for the home crowd. Dabang Delhi had the best home leg compared to other teams in the previous season. We had won 5 out of the 6 games that we played.”We intend to repeat last year’s success, or in fact better our performance this year. I’m counting on the loyal support of our fans to help us deliver winning performances this season. Dabang Delhi won’t disappoint them.” dabang delhiHome LegNew Delhipkl First Published: August 22, 2019, 6:08 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.
Advertisement AdvertisementDereck Chisora incredibly knocked out Carlos Takam in a comeback victory that took the roof off The O2.The popular heavyweight was on the verge of defeat until he uncorked two colossal right hands in the eighth round – Takam, who took Anthony Joshua into the 10th round last year, was floored twice and could not recover on the second occasion.Both men are known for having excellent chins and that was surely on display in this fight; at least early on.Takam came into this fight like a pitbull who had just seen a piece of raw meat! He stayed on top of Chisora, backing him into the ropes and landing thudding shots to the body and head.Though being hit, Chisora seemed to be calm and collected. He would sneak uppercuts and hooks in on occasion looking to land a big shot that would hurt Takam.This tactic started to pay dividends by the fifth round. As Takam kept up the high pace, Chisora found a home for the left hook up top and right hook down low.The tone of the fight started to turn into “volume and aggression vs economical, but accurate punching.”Then, shortly after the start of the eighth round, BOOM! Derek Chisora landed a HUGE sneaky right hand while Takam came in and floored him.His legs looked a bit shaky, but he was able to make the count. As soon as the referee signaled for the fight to continue, BOOM! Another right hand immediately ends this fight!This is a great example of knowing how to keep calm under pressure and understanding when to take opportunities as they come.For Takam, this outcome was very reminiscent of his fight with Alexander Povetkin in 2014.With this win, Chisora has reincarnated his career for the time being as he is now being considered a formidable challenger in the division again.He improves to 29-8, 21 KOs. In the post fight interview, he expressed his interest in fighting the winner of Whyte/Parker.VIDEO:Derek Chisora KO’s Carlos Takam in the 8th. #ChisoraTakam 🥊 pic.twitter.com/I9wsMfDAah— BOXING CORNER 2️⃣4️⃣/7️⃣ (@boxingcorner247) July 28, 2018
Lucknow, Jun 9 (PTI) Keeping the suspense over which way her 12 surplus MLAs will vote in Rajya Sabha biennial polls in Uttar Pradesh on June 11, BSP supremo Mayawati today said the results will show the voting pattern.”Whom we have supported, whom we have not supported, everything will be clear when the results come out,” she told reporters on being asked which way the 12 surplus MLAs will go.Bahujan Samaj Party has 80 MLAs in the 403-member Assembly and with 34 first preference votes needed for the victory of a candidate, the party can easily ensure success of its two nominees with 12 votes to spare.For Rajya Sabha, BSP has fielded Satish Chandra Mishra and Ashok Sidharth, while for the Legislative Council its candidates are Atar Singh Rao, Dinesh Chandra and Suresh Kashyap.In the Legislative Council, where 29 votes are needed for the victory of a candidate, BSP has fielded three candidates and is short of seven votes for the success of its third nominee. Polling for the Legislative Council is slated for June 10. PTI SMI SRY SC SRY
Hailing from Gyangkhar village under Tawang district,Hailing from Gyangkhar village under Tawang district, Pema is the father of two sons and a daughter.He belongs to the Monpa tribe.He had joined the Congress in early 2000 and became Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee in 2005 and President of Tawang District Congress Committee in 2010.Pema was re-elected unopposed from Mukto in the 2014 assembly elections.Soft spoken, globetrotter Pema, who travelled to Japan, Thailand, Macau, Sri Lanka, USA, Canada, South Africa and Bhutan, is associated with numerous socio-cultural organisations, including Bodhi Language & Literature Promotional Society as chairman. He also championed civil-Army relations, plantation drive in hilly Tawang district, organised periodical medical camps in various parts of the district. Besides promoting games and sports in the district, Pema also patronized talent search among local youth to preserve traditional songs by conducting talent show in Tawang and West Kameng districts. He is also fond of various sports including football, cricket, badminton and volleyball. He is keen on developing a peaceful and socio-economically vibrant state with cordial relations among various tribes of the state. PTI UPL CR RCJ
If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! Kris McCune, a senior safety from Dallas Christian is yet another Cowboy recruit who will participate in an All-American bowl. He has received an invite to join the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl, a bowl that Oklahoma State receiver Jalen McCleskey competed in several years ago.McCune is a 6-foot-1, 200-pound athlete who plays both ways for Dallas Christian but will secure his role in Stillwater as a safety and projects as a defensive back at the next level.Oklahoma State will lose safeties Jordan Sterns and Derrick Moncrief after this year, and McCune, one of several safeties expected to sign in February, will likely be in the running to try and secure early playing time in their stead.
World’s First Luxury Space Hotel Promises Climbing Wall, Low-Gravity Basketball Courts The Best Coffee-Infused Beers to Flip All the Switches International Space Station/FacebookDeath Wish Coffee makes the world’s strongest coffee — pumping two times the caffeine into every cup of Joe they produce — but since they’ve already conquered the world, the badass roasters are now out to lay claim over the universe by sending their coffee to outer space.On June 28, Death Wish Coffee literally launched a freeze-dried, instant version of its insanely intense coffee into outer space aboard SpaceX CRS-15 on Friday, July 29. Once there, the coffee (which was packaged by NASA in astronaut drink pouches reminiscent of Capri Sun juice packs) will be enjoyed aboard the International Space Station (ISS).As an FYI, the ISS doesn’t have a Starbucks at every corner. In fact, Death Wish Coffee’s founder, Mike Brown, told The Manual, “We didn’t realize it was so hard getting a good cup of coffee in outer space. You really gotta jump through some hoops.”Inspired by a podcast chat with retired astronaut Nicole Stott on Death Wish’s Fueled by Death Cast, the real space-woman attested to craving good coffee while in orbit, especially after a tiring spacewalk. Death Wish, to its credit, heard that and said the equivalent of, “Hold my beer.”While Death Wish Coffee is typically sold in 1-pound bags of whole and ground beans, as well as “Death Cups”(single-serving packages much like K-cups), the rebel roasters developed a NASA food lab-approved instant product from scratch to send to the ISS.“It’s a pouch with Death Wish Coffee on the front in simple black on white, with all the air sucked out. There’s Velcro on the bag, maybe to help it stick around.” (The ISS is a microgravity climate, hence the floating.) “Then there’s a plastic nozzle and an insert to inject it with hot water,” said Brown.Mike BrownUnlike your memories of the watery instant coffee of the ’80s, Death Wish’s outer space instant brew (which is a combination of bold Robusta and Arabica beans) “tastes darn close to regular drip [Death Wish] coffee,” said Brown. “So much, in fact, that we decided to move forward for producing a consumer version of instant coffee within the next six months.”This means that you will theoretically be able to drink space coffee by winter.Before ew-ing instant Joe, you might want to check yourself. Instant coffee is actually pretty cool these days, especially now that it tastes great.“It’s something we’ve been working on for a while,” Brown said. “Friends and customers, people who are hikers, campers, and extreme sports people, ask us for instant. And it’s come a long way. Not too long ago, Starbucks put out an instant and it was so much better than the old stuff. A few other brands noticed and jumped on it.”Death Wish CoffeeBut enough about those other brands, let’s talk about the Death Wish’s intergalactic coffee.The unique freeze-dried packets will be enjoyed by the astronauts of Expedition 56, who are already living large on the ISS (albeit sans coffee … poor things). That means that the astronauts working on projects like ECOSTRESS, which measures the temperature of outer space plants, will be pumped up on Death Wish.As for his outer space essentials (if he were to be shot into the cosmos), Brown said coffee would be at the top of that list, followed by his laptop and beer. That is, if NASA (or a brewery) ever finds a way to keep beer carbonated in outer space. Certainly, a task unfathomable to complete without coffee. The Best CBD Coffee Brands for Energy Without the Jitters How to Use a French Press Coffee Maker An Astronomically Fun Chat About Space and Wine With a Winemaker and Former Physicist Editors’ Recommendations
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A tiny Newfoundland village is hoping to quickly remove the massive body of a humpback whale that has been stuck there since last fall, fearing the impending odour and mess as warmer weather approaches.The whale’s body was frozen and covered with snow for the winter months in Nameless Cove, but has become an urgent issue for the village.“The warmer temperatures are coming and you obviously know what’s gonna happen next,” Hank Diamond, a member of the local service district committee, said Wednesday.“You won’t be able live in that community in the summer, probably, if you don’t move it.”Nameless Cove is waiting on a price quote from contractors, and Diamond said the community is hoping for provincial assistance to remove the sizable creature that he estimates to be 25-30 feet.“It would take a fairly fair sized vessel to move that off the beach even at high tide, you know, and it seems to be settling in the sand more, so it’s gonna be harder and harder to get outta there, and it’s starting to rot.”The body is in close proximity to some residences, wharves, and is less than 100 metres from a graveyard.The beach is also a tourist attraction for its proximity to Flowers Island. The whale’s body is currently in the line of vision for anyone hoping to snap a photo of the island’s famed lighthouse.Diamond reached out to Service NL after Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) told Nameless Cove the removal of the whale carcass is the municipality’s responsibility.In an e-mailed statement, Service NL said it is working with the district and “the whale will have to be moved and disposed of, either by towing it to a more secluded location to decompose or by burial.”Dead smelly whales are not uncommon an issue for seaside Newfoundlanders: Last June, a dead humpback was lifted by crane in Outer Cove, N.L., and taken to a disposal site.But small communities like Nameless Cove, armed with tiny boats and a population under 100 people in northern Newfoundland, are faced with a difficult task when whales wash ashore.Diamond said DFO officials visited the site last fall to assess the beached whale, leading many locals to believe they would return to remove the body in the spring. Then villagers were surprised and upset when DFO told them it fell outside the department’s responsibility.“It’s like Russian roulette, whatever community it lands on, it’s on you,” Diamond said.So far, Diamond said the response from Service NL has been encouraging. But the town needs to move fast on the difficult removal, with or without the government’s help.“If they support it or if they don’t, it’s got to move,” said Diamond. “We’ll see to it I guess.”
MONTREAL – A museum exhibit ad featuring a painting by world-renowned artist Pablo Picasso was back online Friday after originally being rejected for violating Facebook’s anti-nudity policy, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts said.Museum spokeswoman Pascale Chasse said the advertisement was blocked by the company’s ad-review algorithm because it showed Picasso’s painting entitled, “Femmes a la toilette,” which features two nude women.The artwork, which is drawn in the artist’s cubist style, features two women grooming themselves against a red background.It is among the featured works in the museum exhibit, “From Africa to the Americas: Face-to-Face Picasso, Past and Present,” which ends in September.Chasse said her initial reaction to the rejection notice was one of surprise.“It’s true that there’s some nudity, but it’s in good taste,” she said in a phone interview. “It’s a very important work of Picasso recognized everywhere in the world.”“How can you be in museums all across the world, but you can’t be on Facebook?”Chasse said she found the situation slightly funny at first, but eventually contacted Facebook after two different ads were subsequently rejected by the company’s ad-review algorithm.She was eventually able to speak over the phone to a Facebook representative, and later received an email from Facebook stating that the original ad was being put back online.Facebook said in a statement it is reviewing its advertising standards in light of the incident.While Facebook’s advertising standards don’t allow nudity, even in paintings, the company suggested that exceptions could be made for fine art.“We want to make sure that museums and other institutions are able to share some of their most iconic paintings and (we) are currently reviewing our approach to nudity in paintings in ads on Facebook,” it read.Chasse said she was satisfied with how Facebook handled the incident, once she was able to finally speak to a human being rather than a machine.She added that the museum intends to follow up with Facebook to make sure its campaigns, and those of other museums, won’t be affected in the future.
26 February 2009A United Nations inter-agency mission to Zimbabwe today stressed that the country’s humanitarian crisis remains grave, and urged both the Government and the international community to support the strengthening of aid efforts. The team, led by UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Catherine Bragg, visited the southern African nation from 21 to 25 February to assess responses to, among other things, a food emergency in which up to seven million people need food aid and a cholera epidemic, which has infected some 83,000 people and already claimed more than 3,800 lives. “Despite tremendous efforts by both the Government and the humanitarian community in Zimbabwe to contain the cholera epidemic, major challenges remain,” Ms. Bragg said in a news release issued at the end of the visit. While noting the international community’s generosity to the people of Zimbabwe so far, the team highlighted the need for further resources in the coming months. This includes resources to effectively contain the country’s worst-ever cholera outbreak, including through public health outreach and repairing water and sewage systems.Additional resources will also be crucial for food aid and to help improve food security, noted the team, which included representatives of the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP).“We have to ensure farmers have all the agriculture inputs they need for the next planting season, which begins in September. If we do not act now, we could end up next year with a situation similar to what we have today,” Ms. Bragg said.While in Harare, the mission met with Government officials, including President Robert Mugabe, who expressed his appreciation for the support Zimbabwe has been receiving from the humanitarian community, and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.Mr. Tsvangirai was sworn in earlier this month as Prime Minister in a unity government with President Mugabe, following months of political tensions after disputed presidential elections last March.The mission stressed that the welfare of the people was largely the responsibility of the Government of Zimbabwe. “We trust that the all-inclusive government will quickly take the necessary steps to address the fundamentals of governance that would allow stability and economic recovery,” it stated.
US producer prices increase in March on gains for food, clothing, jewelry and chemicals prices AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Oct. 15, 2009 file photo, Kolleen Irwin and her daughter Ariel, 3, shop for groceries at a Target store in Philadelphia. The Labor Department reports on U.S. producer prices in March later Friday April 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) by Josh Boak, The Associated Press Posted Apr 11, 2014 6:38 am MDT WASHINGTON – The prices companies receive for their goods and services jumped in March led by gains for food, clothing, jewelry and chemicals.The producer price index, which measures price changes before they reach the consumer, rose 0.5 per cent in March, the Labor Department said Friday.Overall inflation remains relatively tame. Producer prices increased 1.4 per cent during the past 12 months.Wholesale food prices rose last month, led by a 30.4 per cent leap in the costs of hogs and 12.4 per cent increase in poultry. Those increases were partially offset by a 2.4 per cent decline in gasoline prices and a 0.7 per cent drop for electric power. Excluding the volatile categories of food, energy and retailer and wholesaler profit margins, core prices ticked up 0.3 per cent.Some of the higher prices were due to a “distortion caused by the unusually bad weather” in previous months, said Paul Dales, senior US economist at Capital Economics. Snowstorms kept many shoppers at home and hurt retail sales. The margins of clothing wholesalers and retailers bounced back in March, rising by 3.3 per cent to push up overall producer prices.Inflation has been near historic lows during the past two years. The producer price index rose just 1.2 per cent in 2013 after a 1.4 per cent increase in 2012. Both figures are far below the Fed’s preferred target of 2 per cent.Stronger growth usually leads to higher levels of inflation. But the economy has struggled to accelerate during the 4 1/2-year recovery from the Great Recession. Wage growth has been close to flat, while unemployment remains at historically high levels. This limits consumer spending and limits the ability of businesses to raise prices.Low inflation has enabled the Federal Reserve to pursue extraordinary stimulus programs to boost spending, hiring and overall economic growth.The Fed has begun to unwind some of that stimulus, although it intends to prolong its near zero short-term interest rates, in part, because inflation has been so low. The U.S. central bank has cut its monthly bond purchases to $55 billion, down from $85 billion last year. The bond purchases are aimed at lowering long-term interest rates to bolster growth.The economy has started to improve after a winter slowdown. Employers added 192,000 jobs in March and 197,000 in February, according to a government report issued last week. Snowstorms and freezing temperatures cut into job gains in December and January.Hiring over the past two months suggests the economy may be gaining steam with the start of spring, likely encouraging the Fed to continue reducing its stimulus despite concerns about low inflation.
“We’re so honored to be working with the United Nations and Free & Equal to help spread a message of equality and respect,” Mr. Macklemore said in a news release from the Office of the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR).“Ryan and I have always believed that human rights are for everyone – no exceptions,” he added. The award winning duo will leverage their massive following on social media for the campaign.Their anthem ‘Same Love’, from the 2012 album ‘The Heist’, has become an anthem for LGBT equality in several countries.The song with includes the following lyrics has also won an MTV Video Music Award for ‘Best Video with a Social Message’:‘A word rooted in hate, yet our genre still ignores it Gay is synonymous with the lesser It’s the same hate that’s caused wars from religion Gender to skin color, the complexion of your pigment The same fight that led people to walk outs and sit ins It’s human rights for everybody, there is no difference! Live on and be yourself’ A number of other celebrities have pledged their support for the Free & Equal campaign, including pop star Ricky Martin, Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly and Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury.The campaign was launched by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay in Cape Town, South Africa on 27 July at an event featuring Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, and South Africa Constitutional Court Justice Edwin Cameron.In 2011, 85 States signed a statement expressing their concern at human rights violations perpetrated against LGBT people, and the UN Human Rights Council adopted the first ever resolution to specifically address the issue.Last year, OHCHR produced a guide to LGBT rights entitled ‘Born Free and Equal’ that sets out States’ core legal obligations.
Imagine putting your arm in a live colony of mosquitoes on a regular basis.That’s everyday life for Bryan Giordano, a Biotechnology student here at Brock University.Bryan, and the department of Biological Sciences, will be featured this Friday on CBC’s Marketplace after agreeing to test a new product that could potentially keep what some refer to as the “nasty critters” away.“We were very excited and surprised when first contacted by CBC whoheard of our laboratory and research through Dr. (Fiona) Hunter’s appearance on The Nature of Things, as well as our last broadcast with the Discovery Channel,” Giordano said.“We gladly accepted their proposal to test a new mosquitorepellant product as we thought this would be a great way to showcaseour research and our beautiful new lab here at Brock.”And as for using his own arm as feed for the mosquitoes, Giordano knows it’s all for the greater good.“When I tell people that I maintain, and sometimes arm feed, a live colony ofmosquitoes people often wonder why I would feed and care for insectsthat cause such a nuisance?This program is a great example of the unique experiments we are able to perform using our mosquitoes. I also hope that by doing so we are able to raise awareness of mosquito-borne disease, and emphasize the importance of protecting yourself when going outdoors during peak mosquito feeding times,” Giordano added.Marketplace airs this Friday, March 13, at 8 p.m on CBC.
International Mining‘s leader in the January issue will examine, in the light of latest Kyoto discussions in Bali, the world need to generate power from coal. Clean coal technologies must be embraced and furthered, particularly coal-to-liquid (CTL) fuels.Last week the Energy Information Administration (EIA) in the USA, in an early release of its Annual Energy Outlook 2008, predicted that coal’s share of the electricity generation market in America will increase to 55% by 2030. The outlook also revised upwards by 40% its previous projection regarding the amount of coal needed by 2030 to meet demand for domestic CTL fuels.The 55% figure includes power production, combined heat and power, as well as end use generation. For power production, EIA estimates coal will produce 57.8% of America’s electricity in 2030, compared with the 60.8% figure predicted in the 2007 outlook. The revision is largely a result of EIA’s projected slowdown in economic growth and electricity demand.In total, EIA’s latest outlook projects annual coal production to reach 1,447 Mt in 2030 compared with 1,534 Mt the agency predicted last year. The projections are predicated on a doubling of electricity generated from renewable sources of energy as a result of new state-level renewable portfolio standards and an assumed 18.5% increase in nuclear generating capacity.The forecast predicts a rise in coal use for CTL, predicting that 142 Mt will be needed for domestic CTL production by 2030, marking a 40% increase over the agency’s previous projection of 102 Mt.Furthermore, as 2007 draws to a close, US coal exports are poised to approach a level not reached in seven years. Exports for the year are projected to total some 52.6 Mt, a level exports have not reached since 2000 when 53 Mt were exported. This year’s projected total marks a 16.8% jump over 2006 exports and is well above the 43 Mt America has exported on average over the previous four years.The projected increased in exports for 2007 is largely the result of strong demand for metallurgical coal in Belgium, Brazil and Italy, although shipments of steam coal to overseas destinations are also up significantly. The increased demand for US coal is also being driven by factors in traditional exporting countries, such as Australia and Colombia, due to port and infrastructure constraints, as well as significantly increased demand coming from Asia, particularly China and India. In the past several years, US coal exports have been destined primarily for Canada, Brazil, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK.In addition, the lowered value of the US dollar makes the coal competitively priced with other nation’s coal.
Mizuno WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015Nikola Karabatic ← Previous Story HANDBALL WORLD UNITED: Over 117.000 votes for the best handball guys Next Story → MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015: Nikola Karabatić proud to be elected! Handball-Planet.com is proud to announce the results of our traditional Contest for the MIZUNO WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015. French playmaker and PSG Handball star, Nikola Karabatić, has got the highest number of points based on cumulative votes of 29 members of the international jury of handball journalists and visitors of our website. His outstanding performance during the Men’s World Championship 2015 in Qatar, where France won the gold medal in glossy style, but also TOP quality presented in FC Barcelona EHF Champions League winning campaign 2014/2015, with good start in Paris, were the best recommendation for this prestigious award.The 31 years-old Nikola Karabatić is the first player who defend title! He succeed Domagoj Duvnjak (2013), Filip Jicha (2012) and Laszlo Nagy (2011), guys who won the WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER’s awards in the previous years.In three weeks of voting, all of 32 nominated players have got amazing support by the handball community. Handball lovers voted (117.147) for their favorite players in eight categories.TOP 5 IN 2015FINAL RESULTSVOTING PROCESSHandball-Planet team want to thank all media, teams, TOP players, coaches and handball fans worldwide for making our project so big this year! Based on fantastic experience in the last three weeks, HP will soon announce the nominations for the MIZUNO World FEMALE HANDBALL PLAYER 2015.
The SEHA Gazprom League Final4 will take place in Skopje’s hall “Jane Sandanski”, the home of RK Vardar Skopje between April 13 and 15, announced SEHA Gazprom League.The four best teams in current season – RK Vardar Skopje, RK PPD Zagreb, HC Meshkov Brest and RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko will fight for the trophy at one of the best organized event in world of handball in the recent years.Take a look what Stojance Stoilov has to say…“It is our great pleasure and honour to announce that the 7th Final 4 will once again take place in Skopje, Macedonia. We are delighted to have Final 4 in Skopje, for the 2nd time since Vardar are current European and SEHA titleholders. Vardar have a long, successful handball history, last season they won everything one club can win in a single season and we are sure that the Macedonian fans will experience and enjoy the best handball in the region and that the stands will be full. We will give our best to organize the event on the highest level and we are sure that the teams, which will compete on Final 4, will show the best of regional handball. Let the best one win”, said Sinisa Ostoic, managing director of the SEHA – Gazprom League.“We are happy that the SEHA – Gazprom League management decided that this season’s Final 4 will be in Skopje in our hall SC Jane Sandanski. As the reigning champions of this regional competition and one of the rare teams that has been in SEHA from its start, it is an honour for Skopje to host it for the second time. This once again confirms that handball is the sport number 1 in Macedonia, and Vardar is a team that is recognised not only in the region, but in European and World circles. 3 SEHA titles are a plus as well and now we are playing in front of our fans. Participation of big handball like PPD Zagreb, Meshkov and Celje is a great sign for an exciting and a high-quality tournament. SEHA- Gazprom League has grown to become more than a regional competition and we are better every season, so I know this tournament will be a success. I believe that we will enjoy in great matches. I invite you to come to Skopje from 13th to 15th of April”, said Davor Stojanoski, executive director of HC Vardar and co-organizer of the Final 4 in Skopje. SEHA Gazprom Final4 2018 ← Previous Story RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko secure SEHA Gazprom Final4 2018 Next Story → SC Magdeburg book last ticket for DHB Cup Final4 2018!
48% des personnes ont repris du poids après le régime DukanSelon une enquête réalisée par les sites Le journal des femmes et Sante-medecine.net du groupe CCM Benchmark, près de la moitié des personnes ayant démarré un régime Dukan ont constaté la reprise de leur poids d’origine au bout d’un an. Trois ans après l’arrêt du célèbre régime, 75% des sondés confient avoir repris des kilos.”Le régime Dukan : et après ?”. C’est ainsi qu’a été baptisée la récente enquête, menée auprès de 4.761 internautes (90% de femmes), qui met en avant une reprise rapide des kilos superflus après ce type de régimes. En effet, selon les premiers résultats dévoilés le 30 mai, 11% des adeptes du régime Dukan ont retrouvé leur poids initial entre trois et six mois. Au delà de six mois, le taux s’élève à 24%, pour ensuite rencontrer un pic à 30% pour ceux qui ont arrêté depuis un à deux ans. Enfin, 22% de ceux qui ont arrêté Dukan depuis deux à cinq ans ont repris leur poids initial.À lire aussiAnorexie mentale : symptômes, causes, conséquences, qu’est ce que c’est ?A quoi cette (re)prise de poids est-elle due ? Plus de la moitié des personnes interviewées (60%) expliquent ne pas avoir suivi la phase de stabilisation, ultime phase du régime. Et 37% des sondés estiment leur régime inadapté à leurs besoins.Trois principaux dangers liés au régime Dukan Doctissimo rappelle qu’en novembre 2010, l’Anses avait analysé en détails 15 régimes, dont le régime Dukan. Ce rapport pointait en particulier trois dangers principaux liés à ce dernier : un danger rénal (l’apport massif initial de protéines surcharge les reins), un excès de sel/sodium qui représente un facteur majeur d’élévation de la pression artérielle et donc un facteur de risque de maladies cardiovasculaires, et une possible augmentation de la mortalité. Suite à cette analyse de l’Anses, le Dr Dukan n’a pas vraiment nié ces risques mais a insisté sur les dangers de l’obésité. Le régime Dukan, qui permet une perte de poids très rapide, est très populaire dans l’Hexagone. Il est basé sur une alimentation hyperprotéinée quasi-exclusive en phase d’attaque, puis hebdomadaire en phase dite de stabilisation (“Jeudi Protéines”). Près de deux millions de personnes en sont adeptes en France. Le 5 juin 2011 à 14:29 • Emmanuel Perrin
MIAMI (WSVN) – Police have identified the body that was found decomposing inside a Miami apartment on Thursday.Detectives said 28-year-old Michelle Aranda was found dead at the Serenity on the River complex along 17th Street and Northwest North River Drive.RELATED: Decomposed body found in Miami condo unitHer car, a black Mini Cooper with the Florida tag, EACZ50, is missing.If you have any information that could help investigators, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
reading • Improve your posture with this clever desk-chair accessory for $71 • $999 Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X $999 Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Tags Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray) Computer Accessories Mobile Accessories Digital Media $999 Boost Mobile It may look like a backpack, but the Posture Keeper is a clever new way to keep you sitting upright at your desk. Posture Keeper Yesterday I shared a deal on a desk and a desk chair. Today, let’s talk about how to improve your posture while you’re sitting there.I’ll preface this by saying that I’m a pretty typical desk-bound worker (because writer, duh). And I’ve definitely experienced my share of neck and shoulder pain — some of it severe. I know my chair posture is terrible, alternating between slumping, leaning and rigid uprightness when I catch myself doing the other two.This is pretty common. Lots of people suffer from neck, back and shoulder issues resulting from poor posture. And so Posture Keeper was born. It works with most desk chairs to help you correct your posture — and, hopefully, reduce pain.The PK just transitioned from successfully funded Kickstarter project to commercially available product, and I’ve got an exclusive deal for you. For a limited time, and while a fairly limited first batch lasts, Lifecycle Gifts (via Amazon) has the Posture Keeper for $71.10 with promo code cheapskate10. It’s normally $79.See it at AmazonI realize that’s not much of a discount, but I also think that for anyone who suffers from the kind of desk-related pain I described, even full price is a bargain — assuming the PK actually works.Does it? I’ve been test-driving an early production sample for the past couple months. And I like it — a lot — but with a couple caveats.Imagine putting a backpack over your chair and then putting the straps over your shoulders. Presto: Now you’re effectively strapped to the chair and forced to sit upright — with lumbar support to round out the equation.For me this prevents my two biggest issues: slumping and craning my neck forward. Consequently, I’ve seen a noticeable reduction in neck and shoulder pain. Your mileage may vary, of course, and I can’t comment on how this might affect back issues, because luckily I haven’t had them.Although it’s quite easy to get in and out of the straps, I do find it a hassle sometimes when I need to reach for something across my desk. I’m literally trapped, so I have to unstrap myself, grab what I need, then strap in again. That can be annoying, no question.It also takes a bit of doing to get the Posture Keeper positioned just right. The included instructions are helpful, but plan on some trial and error — possibly over the course of a few days. Once I got it placed to my liking, however, I never had to move it again.I have no idea how this compares with less expensive posture-correcting braces, because I’ve never tried one. I’ll just say that I like the Posture Keeper much more than I thought I would, and it seems to be helping me exactly the way it’s supposed to.Your thoughts?Bonus deal: As you may know, I’m something of a Battlestar Galactica fan. (Just wrapped up a podcast covering the entire series, in fact.) You can currently stream the show on Amazon Prime and Hulu, but if you’d rather own it outright, here’s the best deal I’ve seen to date.For a limited time, Vudu is offering Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series: Volume 1 (HD) for $14.99. That bundle includes the mini-series, season 1 and season 2. It normally sells for $112 (!).See it at VuduWhile you’re at it (as if you could stop with S2), grab Volume 2 for $14.99 — it completes the series with S3 and S4.If you prefer to stick with Apple’s ecosystem, good news: iTunes also has Volume 1 and Volume 2 for $14.99 each. Wherever and however you watch it, I can’t recommend this show highly enough. It’s in my top five of all time.Bonus deal No. 2: I love mobile chargers that have built-in cables. One less thing to deal with, you know? If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, here’s one you might like.The Olala S102-i comes with an internal Lightning cable and can charge two devices at once. Olala For a limited time, and while supplies last, the Olala S102-i 10,000-mAh power bank with Lightning cable is just $15.05 with promo code OLALA57OFF. It normally sells for $32-$35.See it at AmazonThe MFi-certified cable that accompanies this is fully removable, meaning you can also use it to sync your device if need be. 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News • Enter for your chance to win* an unlocked LG G8 ThinQ phone Mentioned Above LG G8 ThinQ (128GB, aurora black) Share your voice Comcast LG T-Mobile LG G8 ThinQ 13 $835 $829 Phones See It CNET may get a commission from retail offers. AT&T Wireless Amazon Tags NurPhoto/Getty Images T-Mobile and Comcast are teaming up to fight robocalls.The companies said Wednesday they’re rolling out a feature that protects consumers from robocalls and spam across their networks. It uses the Stir/Shaken standards recommended by the Federal Communications Commission to spot authentic calls.The verification feature is already available for T-Mobile customers and will come later this year for Comcast Xfinity Voice home phone service customers. It’ll mean T-Mobile customers can be assured calls from Comcast home phones aren’t from a scammer spoofing a number, and vice versa, the companies say.”Robocalls and spam calls are an industry-wide problem, and we’ve got to join forces to keep consumersprotected,” T-Mobile CEO John Legere said in a statement. “Today, we’re the first to cross industry lines to do just that.”T-Mobile also said Caller Verified, its implementation of Stir/Shaken, is now available on 10 phones, including the LG G8 ThinQ and the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10E and S10 Plus. It’ll soon be available on the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy A6. Customers with the most recent software update will see “Caller Verified” show up on their screen when they get authentic calls from T-Mobile’s network and Comcast’s Xfinity Voice home phone service. T-Mobile expects it’ll do this with more companies as they begin implementing Stir/Shaken in the coming months, said Grant Castle, vice president of engineering at T-Mobile.”As the other carriers get on board, we’ll be able to use this technology to verify nearly all of your calls,” Castle said.Two years ago, T-Mobile rolled out free scam protection that analyzes calls and alerts customers about likely scams. In January, the carrier became the first wireless company to apply the Stir/Shaken standards after launching Caller Verified on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. In November, T-Mobile said it had blocked more than 1 billion spam calls in the last 18 months. $599 Comments See it See It Review • LG G8 ThinQ review: LG’s flagship can’t beat the Galaxy S10E
Election CommissionThe second election to Rangpur City Corporation will be held on 21 December, according to UNB. The Election Commission (EC) took the decision at a meeting on Tuesday, EC acting secretary Helaluddin Ahmed said, adding that the schedule for the polls will be announced on 5 November. He said closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras will be installed in important (vulnerable) polling stations and electronic voting machines (EVMs) will be used in a polling centre on a trial basis in the local body election. Helaluddin said the commission will take the decision about the CCTV cameras after receiving a list of important polling stations from intelligence agencies, local administration, and the returning officer. About national identity (NID) cards, the EC acting secretary said the fresh voters will be given laminated NID cards first. Some 11.8 million people became new voters after 2012, he said, adding that the Commission decided to provide them with laminated NID cards. The meeting was held with chief election commissioner KM Nurul Huda in the chair. The maiden election to Rangpur City Corporation was held on 20 December, 2012.