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Saina beats Bae Yeon to enter Dubai World Superseries semifinal

first_imgIndia’s top shuttler Saina Nehwal defeated Bae Yeon Ju of Korea 15-21, 21-7, 21-17 to enter Dubai World Superseries semifinal on Friday.Saina despite playing well in the first game lost her way, which gave the Korean an opening to fight back. However, in the second game the Indian shuttler found her mojo back and dominated from the start.The Korean southpaw found herself in all kind of trouble handling Saina’s disguised drop shots, especially her net play. Eventually, Bae Yeon conceded the second game tamely 7-21.In the third deciding it was all nerves for both the players, but Saina kept attacking her opponent to close the game and match at 21-17.last_img

Jamia Millia Islamia Recruitment 2018: Here’s how to apply at jmi.ac.in

first_imgJamia Millia Islamia has invited applications from eligible candidates for filling up the various posts. Interested candidates can apply through the official website, the link for which is jmi.ac.inVacancy details:Total posts: 52Name of the posts:Academic postsUniversity Librarian: 1Deputy Librarian: 1Assistant Librarian: 2Assistant Director: 1Non-Teaching postsInternational Audit Officer: 1Assistant Registrars: 2Instructor (Tie & Dye): 1Section Officers: 4Junior Engineer (Civil): 1Technical Assistant (Special Education): 1Technical Assistant: 1Conservationist: 1Assistant Conservationist: 1Sports Coach: 1Junior Laboratory Assistants: 2LDCs: 20Urdu Typist: 1Security Assistants: 4Multi Tasking Staff: 6Eligibility criteria:Educational qualification:Candidates should have a degree in the relevant discipline from a recognised university or institute.Pay scale:Candidates will get a salary of Rs 5,200 to Rs 37,400 per month. For more details, candidates can check out the official website.How to apply:Interested candidates can submit the application form to “The office of the Assistant Registrar, Recruitment and Promotion Section, Second Floor, Registrar’s Office, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025,” through a proper channel so as to reach before the closing date.Important date:Last date to apply: May 21, 2018, within 5 pmFor any query, candidates can visit the official website, jmi.ac.inRead: SBI PO Recruitment 2018 begins for 2,000 posts: Apply now at sbi.co.inRead: Tripura board 10th, 12th results 2018: How and where to checkFor more updates, follow India Today Education or you can write to us at education.intoday@gmail.comlast_img read more

COMMUNITY NOTICE – WORLD DIABETES DAY

first_imgTouch Football Australia would like to attention members to the following community notice centreing around the observance of World Diabetes Day, today Wednesday 14th November 2007.With the passage of the United Nations’ World Diabetes Day Resolution in December 2006, November 14 has now become a United Nations-observed day. The date was chosen because it marks the birthday of Frederick Banting, who, along with Charles Best, is credited with the discovery of insulin. The theme of this year’s World Diabetes Day campaign is Diabetes in Children and Adolescents.Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. It can strike children at any age, including pre-school children and even toddlers. Yet diabetes in children is often diagnosed late, when the child has diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), or it is misdiagnosed completely. The United Nations has shown its commitment to raising awareness of World Diabetes Day and by highlighting the global impact of diabetes.Over 246 million people are living with diabetes. Without concerted action to fight the disease, this figure will reach 380 million within a generation.World Diabetes Day is celebrated worldwide. It brings together millions of people in over 195 countries to raise awareness of diabetes, including children and adults affected by diabetes, healthcare professionals, healthcare decision-makers and the media. For further information visit www.worlddiabetesday.orgTouch Football Australia thanks you for your attention.last_img read more

Masters World Cup Nomination Information

first_imgTouch Football Australia (TFA) would like to notify all interested members that the nomination process for Masters World Cup Squads remains open. By clicking on the following link you will be directed to the online nomination process where you can nominate yourself for selection into a World Cup Training Squad:https://reg.sportingpulse.com/v6/regoform.cgi?formID=36057Although squads/teams will be named and preparation will begin, nominations for inclusion in the Masters Training Squad may be considered up until the end of March 2015. Therefore although teams will be selected TFA reserves the right to judge form and fitness status at the 2015 National Touch League which may result in changes or additions if the coach/High Performance Panel deem the player not to be at the appropriate level for World Cup representation. Please see attached original nomination information for more detail.TFA has also been advised by the Federation of International Touch (FIT) of a change to the age eligibility requirements and divisions within the World Cup event. Please see attached letter from FIT outlining the change made to the age division of Senior Women from Women’s 30’s to Women’s 27’s. This will mean to be eligible that female players must be aged 27 or over by 31 December, 2014.TFA would also like to notify that the previously tentative dates set for the Masters World Cup Training Squad camps in June/July of this year will now be moved to a later date. This will give us the required time to reassess the Senior Women’s division and selections for that squad. Tentative dates of Saturday, 8 and Sunday, 9 November 2014 in Sydney have now been set.  When final arrangements are made all selected training squad athletes will be notified.Formal notification of the athletes selected into all Masters World Cup Squads other than Women’s 27’s will be forthcoming in the next month. Please contact Wayne Grant for any further queries.For more information, please click on the attachments below. Related Filesfit_world_cup_memo_-_may_2015-pdfmasters_world_cup_nomination_information-pdftfa_2015_world_cup_masters_squads_nominations-pdfRelated LinksMasters World Cuplast_img read more

Schools to Have Responsibility for Executing Projects up to $3 Million

first_imgStory Highlights Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says procedures governing the implementation of infrastructure improvement projects at schools are to be revised. Senator Reid said the revision is aimed at decentralising project implementation in order to “drive greater efficiency” in the education system. Speaking at a town hall meeting in Annotto Bay, St. Mary, on Wednesday, (September 20), Senator Reid said this will see schools having responsibility for executing projects valued at up to $3 million, with funds provided by the Ministry. Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says procedures governing the implementation of infrastructure improvement projects at schools are to be revised.Speaking at a town hall meeting in Annotto Bay, St. Mary, on Wednesday, (September 20), Senator Reid said this will see schools having responsibility for executing projects valued at up to $3 million, with funds provided by the Ministry.He indicated that a Service Level Agreement (SLA) will be put in place to facilitate the arrangement.“So, what you are going to find (with these) smaller projects is that the school boards and principals will be required to do the procurement and will be aided by the (Ministry’s) regional offices in the management of those projects,” he outlined.Senator Reid said the regional offices will assist with the procurement process and management of projects valued at more than $3 million and up to $10 million.The offices will also undertake the procurement for projects valued between $10 million and $20 million, while those above $20 million will be spearheaded by the Ministry’s head office.Senator Reid said the revision is aimed at decentralising project implementation in order to “drive greater efficiency” in the education system.“We have over 1,000 schools, and I don’t want to be trying to manage a $3-million project… . I want to give you (school administrations) that responsibility. You are going to be responsible for executing that maintenance project – identifying the contractor, managing (it) and making sure that the projects are done on time (and within budget),” the Minister added.The meeting, which was held at St. Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church, culminated Senator Reid’s visit to several schools in St. Mary comprising the Ministry’s Region Two.Among the institutions visited were Devon Pen Primary School; St. Mary Technical High School; Annotto Bay High School; and Enfield Primary School.last_img read more

Worker Dies Aboard Petrobras Drillship

first_imgA worker died on board one of the drillships operated by Brazil’s oil and gas producer Petrobras.The accident occurred on Petrobras America’s drillship Petrobras 10000 in the Gulf of Mexico on December 2.As informed, medical assistance was provided immediately to the man but he died.No other details have been disclosed except that the man was an employee of the company Spencer Ogden.Relevant authorities have been informed and an investigation into the accident has been launched, Petrobras said.The 2009-built vessel, owned by Switzerland-based company Transocean, is scheduled to remain in the US Gulf of Mexico until January 18 before it leaves for Brazil.World Maritime News Stafflast_img

Ohio State softball wins final two games to take series vs Purdue

OSU junior Anna Kirk (47) during a game against Penn State on April 6 at Buckeye Field.Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorIt was rally time for the Buckeyes this weekend. The Ohio State softball team (29-12-1, 11-5-1) came back from a Friday loss to take the final two games in its home series with Purdue (26-22, 7-10), thanks to a late four-run inning in Sunday’s game.Sunday’s finale broke a Buckeye Field attendance record when 1,627 fans filled the stands to support their Buckeyes. OSU coach Kelly Kovach Schoenly said she was thrilled at the mood the crowd set for her team.“It was so fun, and they were spontaneously starting cheers,” Schoenly said. “It was just great softball energy.”Sophomores Ashley Goodwin and Taylor White threatened the Boilermakers’ defense throughout the weekend. Goodwin, who spent the weekend at first base, went 6-for-9, while White went 4-for-4 with two RBIs on Sunday.Junior Shelby Hursh pitched 12 innings and struck out 14 while earning the save in Saturday afternoon’s contest, and Purdue senior Lilly Fecho was a difficult opponent for the Buckeyes throughout the three games.“She’s one of the best in the country,” Schoenly said of Fecho. “But I think it shows that when you see the same kid for three days, you can hit them.”Game 1The Buckeyes dropped the weekend opener in a windy 3-0 matchup on Friday. For the Boilermakers, a two-run homer with two outs made the difference, helping them secure their lead early on in the first inning.Only three OSU batters had hits throughout the seven innings, as the lineup was thwarted by Fecho. The left-hander, who boasted a 1.97 ERA entering Friday’s game, struck out five in the shutout to nab her 17th win of the season.In the circle for OSU, Hursh continued to be the team’s go-to pitcher, striking out five of her own and only walking one. Hursh threw five innings before freshman Morgan Ray took over on the mound to keep the Boilermakers at three runs.After Purdue freshman Lauren Stewart’s quick home run, the Buckeyes left two runners in scoring position in the bottom of the opening inning. Again in the second, two OSU runners were left stranded after Goodwin’s outfield single.Neither team brought a run across the plate in the second, third or fourth innings, but Purdue lengthened its lead in the top of the fifth on a sacrifice fly from freshman Emily Kenny. Still, the Buckeyes remained uninspired and went down in order in the fifth and sixth innings, giving them a chance to rally in the bottom of the final inning.Junior Anna Kirk and Goodwin produced consecutive singles in the seventh inning but were left stranded at second and third to cut OSU’s hopes at another weekend sweep short.Game 2The sun was out on Saturday as OSU routed Purdue in the Big Ten Saturday contest with a close 3-2 outcome.White remained at the center of controversy in multiple calls throughout the game, including a close tag after she stole third in the third inning and a shallow fly ball, which was caught by senior Mary Gooding but called a dropped ball, in the following inning.“Taylor has been just awesome on the bases, and I wanted her out there causing the havoc she has been,” Schoenly said.In another odd play, junior Lena Springer’s outing in the circle was cut short after she took a sharp line drive to her left wrist.Springer started the game with a six-pitch first inning to shut the first three Purdue batters down. After senior Cammi Prantl kept the first inning alive with an outfield single, freshman Emily Clark stepped up to the plate and sent a ball to right center off the glove of sophomore Maya Hughes to put the Buckeyes on the board first.In the top of the third, miscommunication between sophomore Becca Gavin and Kirk on a bunt left the first two batters for the Boilermakers on base. A sliding catch by Prantl to grab a shallow pop in left field halted the runners, but a single through the gap by junior Kristen Hoppman tied the game at one. Kenny’s line drive drove in another unearned run to send Purdue on top.White got aboard in the bottom of the inning on a single, and redshirt junior Alex Bayne was hit by a pitch. White stole third and was deemed safe, a call that was contested by Purdue coach Kim Schuette. The umpires defended their call, and White stole home minutes later to tie the game back up.Schoenly decided to move batters around this weekend, in a strategy that worked around each batter’s strengths. White led off for the Buckeyes, while redshirt senior shortstop Maddy McIntyre filled in the fifth spot where she could bring more runs in.“They did exactly what they were put in their spots to do, and it all played out the way we wanted it to,” she said.Goodwin led off the Buckeyes’ fourth inning with a solo blast to center field, which prompted Fecho to relieve sophomore Gina Snyder on the mound. This single run was all OSU could manage in the inning, and Hursh took over in the top of the fifth to try and finish the Boilermakers.Gavin zipped a throw to Kirk in the top of the sixth to catch Stewart stealing from second to leave the Buckeyes ahead as “Hang On Sloopy” played over the loudspeakers. In the bottom of the inning, Goodwin recorded her third hit of the day, but Purdue’s offense turned a double play on Kirk’s bunt to clear the bases.Hursh finished off her Saturday outing in the seventh inning with two more strikeouts and earned the save, while Duvall took home the win.Game 3To the delight of a packed stadium, the Buckeyes rallied late in the seventh to score four runs and take the series win by way of a 5-4 victory. McIntyre provided the game-ending hit with a single to right.In the top of the fourth inning, Purdue grabbed an early lead thanks to a pair of two-out walks and a passed ball to bring runners into scoring position. Stewart then stepped up to the plate and sent a long ball off the left-field wall to push the Boilermakers ahead by two.Clark hit a ball that slammed off the top of the center field wall in the bottom of the fourth to record a leadoff triple, but she was left stranded after the three following batters all grounded out.In the following inning, Gavin led off with a big hit of her own, and pinch hitter Bri Betschel brought her to third base on a sacrifice bunt. White continued the hit streak with an RBI single, but two flyouts to center field left OSU still trailing.The Boilermakers lengthened their lead in the top of the sixth when Kenny hit a solo home run with two outs. Hursh continued to struggle to get the last out, and Stewart’s RBI triple sent her back to the bullpen with six strikeouts on the day. Freshman Morgan Ray stepped into the circle to record the third out and leave Stewart stranded.Kirk leapt to catch a high line drive by Purdue freshman Lexi Huffman to take the Buckeyes into the bottom of the seventh. Gavin and Betschel both got aboard on no-out errors, and White bounced a single through the gap to record her second RBI of the day. Bayne stepped up and hit a line drive down the third base line to bring in Betschel.Fecho walked Clark, which brought up McIntyre, who roped a walk-off single to right field to give OSU the weekend win in exciting fashion.Coming upThe Buckeyes are next scheduled to head to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers in another conference series next weekend. The first game of the series is slated to begin at 6 p.m. on Friday. read more

Despite records Illinois ready to compete with Ohio State football

Then-redshirt-junior Illinois quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase (2) throws the ball during a game against OSU Nov. 3, 2012, at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 52-22.Credit: Lantern file photoWhile the No. 3-ranked Ohio State football team (9-0, 5-0) has won 21 consecutive games since the start of last season, Illinois (3-6, 0-5) has lost five in a row.Despite the teams moving in opposite directions, Illinois senior linebacker Jonathan Brown said he isn’t going to let OSU walk out of Champaign, Ill., unchallenged.“If you’re not going out there to compete, you’re not going out there to win a game, then there’s no reason to step on the field,” Brown told The Lantern Monday. “It’s what we do every week. We step on the field to compete, and that’s what we’re going to do this weekend.”Competing to win has left the Illini short of actually winning any games since their conference play began this season. The team goes into Saturday’s game needing to win its final three games against OSU, Purdue and Northwestern to become bowl eligible.“We definitely want to get to a bowl game, and get our first Big Ten win, so in order to do that, we got to win three games straight,” redshirt-senior wide receiver Steve Hull said Monday. “The first one is Ohio State, and we just got to prepare and attack this week to go out there and get a win.”OSU ranks fifth nationally with 48.2 average points scored per game and eighth nationally with 17.0 average points allowed per game. Illinois, by contrast, ranks 62nd nationally with 29.7 points scored per game and 105th nationally with 34.7 average points allowed per game.Illinois offensive coordinator Bill Cubit said Monday his team has to step up its game Saturday.“(The matchup’s) not in our favor, so we got to play above and beyond really what we’ve played so far this year,” Cubit said.The expectation that OSU should win, however, does not have to determine the outcome, Hull said.“On paper, I’m sure that everybody’s saying we’re going to be destroyed and going to get our butts whooped, but that’s why we play the game on Saturday,” Hull said.While the win-loss records might show that OSU’s season is going one way and Illinois’ is going the other, Brown does not see it that way.“I wouldn’t say that we’re going in two opposite directions,” Brown said. “They’re progressing as a team. We’re progressing as a team. It’s fun to get out there and compete against another great opponent.”Although the Illini haven’t won a Big Ten game since Tim Beckman’s coaching tenure began, Beckman said his team has improved this season after winning just two games in 2012.“We’re a better football team than we were last year at this time,” Beckman said in Tuesday’s Big Ten teleconference. “I think offensively, what we’ve done in a matter of a year has been unbelievable … Defensively, we’ve lost some players (from last season), there’s no question about that, and some very good players that are playing on Sunday. These players that we’re playing with now have to continue to mature.”Both the offense and defense are looking to improve upon their performances in last year’s 52-22 loss to OSU at Ohio Stadium. The Fighting Illini only mustered 170 yards of offense in that game, while giving up 567 yards to OSU.“If you compare (the Illinois offense) to last year, there’s huge strides, but I don’t compare it to last year, because I wasn’t here,” said Cubit, who is in his first season at Illinois. “We just got to keep on improving and getting ourselves better. It’s going to be real difficult this week, because of the opponent, but that’s college football, you got to go out and play.”One player who is expected to play better than he did last year is redshirt-senior quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase, who threw for only 96 passing yards in last year’s game.So far this season, Scheelhaase has completed 65.2 percent of his passes for 2,420 yards and 15 touchdowns — all improvements from his 60.6 completion percentage, 1,361 passing yards and four touchdowns last season — while he has thrown the same number of interceptions, eight, as last year.“He’s improved tremendously,” Cubit said. “He’s really run the system (well) … How he’s handled it and how he’s adapted to it and been a leader out there, that’s been great.”OSU sophomore linebacker Josh Perry also noticed Scheelhaase’s improvement this season.“He’s more of a quarterback than he was last year or the year before,” Perry said Monday. “He’s looking more when he scrambles to throw the ball than take off and run.”OSU coach Urban Meyer said his No. 1 concern for Saturday’s game is “getting to the quarterback.”“(Scheelhaase is) a guy that keeps plays alive even when they break down … that’s what causes problems for defense,” Meyer said during a Monday press conference. “I think we got to pressure him.”As for the offense’s opposition, Beckman said the OSU defense, even considering their success in holding the Illini to just one offensive touchdown last season, is “very, very improved.”“Their front four are playing outstanding,” Beckman said. “Linebackers are very aggressive in making plays, and you see a secondary that also is playing very aggressive.”On the other side of the ball, Illinois will once again be trying to find a way to slow down OSU junior quarterback Braxton Miller, who leads the Buckeyes this season with 1,726 yards of total offense, and senior running back Carlos Hyde, who leads OSU with 701 rushing yards.“We got to tackle in open space,” Beckman said. “We’ve got to leverage the football and be in the proper fit and not overdo what we think’s necessary to make a play because that, in the end, bites you. We just have to play our brand of football and if that’s putting pressure on (Miller) or containing him, I think that’s the game all defenses have to play against something like that offense, you got to try to keep them off track.”Meyer said the Illinois defense, which ranks 116th in the FBS with 482.7 average yards allowed per game, is a difficult unit to characterize, but one he expects to bring pressure Saturday.“It’s all over the place,” Meyer said. “They have good players but they’re just, it’s hard to get a beat on who they are and what they’re trying to do. They’re a very heavy blitz team and I think they’ll blitz us a lot.”OSU is looking to retain possession of Illibuck, the carved wooden turtle that serves as a trophy for the winner of the two teams’ annual rivalry game, as it has since the Buckeyes last fell to the Illini in 2007. But although Brown acknowledged OSU has “some of the top players in the country,” he said his team has no plans to back down.“We’re not going to have any fear going into this game,” Brown said. “We’re going to be ready to play. It’s just a matter of going out there and executing.”Kickoff for Saturday’s game is scheduled for noon at Illinois’ Memorial Stadium. read more

Aaron Craft named finalist for the Bob Cousy Award

Senior guard Aaron Craft floats for a layup during a game against Purdue March 13 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. OSU won, 63-61.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorOn Pi Day — a day where Ohio State published a video highlighting Aaron Craft’s ability to recite the many digits of the mathematical constant pi — the senior guard received yet another recognition.A testament to his play this season, Craft was named one of six finalists for the 2014 Bob Cousy Award, an honor given to the top point guard in men’s college basketball.According to a press release, the field of six finalists was whittled down from a list of 47 players by the Cousy Award screening committee.Joining Craft, the five other finalists for the award are UCLA sophomore Kyle Anderson, Syracuse freshman Tyler Ennis, Connecticut senior Shabazz Napier, North Carolina sophomore Marcus Paige and Wichita State sophomore Fred VanVleet.“It was a tough process to narrow down the list of already exceptional point guards to only six, but these six men deserve to be fighting for the award and recognized as some of the greatest point guards in college basketball,” said Ken Kaufman, chair of the Bob Cousy Award and former president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches.John L. Doleva, president and CEO of the Basketball Hall of Fame, echoed the sentiments of his colleague, and added that the most difficult decision lies ahead.“The Cousy Award screening committee took on the tough job of choosing from many talented point guards to determine this list of six players who represent the leadership skills that Bob Cousy exhibited,” Doleva said. “Each of these candidates has consistently proven that they are worthy of this prestigious award.”While the screening committee takes plenty of time to select each finalist, Craft said that he doesn’t waste a minute to think about individual accomplishments.“There’s plenty of time to think about that when I’m old and fat and can’t run up and down anymore,” Craft said, regarding his place as a finalist. “The things that are going to be remembered are the things we do as a team. That’s the biggest focus.”Previous winners include many current NBA point guards like former Texas Longhorn D.J. Augustin, former St. Joseph’s Owl Jameer Nelson and the winner of the 2013 Cousy Award, former Michigan Wolverine Trey Burke.According to the release, the winner of the 2014 Cousy Award is scheduled be announced during the Hall of Fame festivities at the 2014 Final Four in Dallas. read more

Ernesto Valverde on Barcelonas victory against Levante

first_imgHaving scored four times away at Levante in 2017-18, Ernesto Valverde’s side was defeated  5-4, however, Barca was prepared this season as they didn’t want a repeat of that last Sunday night.Barca thrashed Levante 5-0 with a hat-trick from Lionel Messi and a contribution from Suarez.Lionel Messi bagged three goals for his side and assisted with two goals.“We are happy because last year we played here and conceded five after a whole season without losing,” Valverde said at his post-match press conference via Marca.“That was only a few months ago, they are having a great season and they keep showing that.Jose Mourinho, Lionel MessiMourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“We remembered last year and we managed to put it behind us and leave with a clean sheet.”“They started as we imagined,” he said.“We had to change the setup based on the casualties we had so it was difficult for us and they squeezed us.“They’re able to score and dangerous when they counterattack but we had the fortune of opening the score.”last_img read more

The Race for District 4 Candidate Review

first_img Updated: 2:55 PM June 5, 2018 The District 4 Supervisor seat is being vacated by Ron Roberts, who cannot run for re-election because of term limits.On June 5th, Election Day, Elizabeth Alvarez traveled around town to speak to the candidates for District 4.Lori Saldaña 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 SettingsKen Malbrough was unavailable for an interview, but did assure KUSI over the phone that he was very busy canvassing door to door.Learn where to vote and how to register here. 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 SettingsBonnie Dumanis Elizabeth Alvarez, KUSI Newsroom 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 SettingsNathan Fletchercenter_img The Race for District 4: Candidate Review 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 SettingsOmar Passons Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News Tags: Decision 2018 FacebookTwitter Elizabeth Alvarez, KUSI Newsroom, Posted: June 5, 2018last_img read more

Republican Party endorses June Cutters 2020 bid for the 77th Assembly District

first_img KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Posted: April 9, 2019 Republican Party endorses June Cutter’s 2020 bid for the 77th Assembly District SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Republican Party of San Diego County announced its endorsement today of attorney and businesswoman June Cutter in her 2020 bid in the 77th Assembly District against the Republican turned Democrat incumbent Brian Maienschein.The district became a target for the Republican Party after Maienschein announced in January that he had re-registered as a Democrat after being re-elected to a fourth term as a Republican in November, defeating Democrat Sunday Gover by 607 votes.County Republican Party Chairman Tony Krvaric called the seat a priority and said the party aims to “restore principled and sensible leadership” to the district which includes inland northern San Diego, Poway, Fairbanks Ranch and Rancho Santa Fe.“June’s real-world experience as an attorney and business owner, coupled with her tenacity and unwavering principles, is what makes her a powerhouse,” Krvaric said. “I am confident that she will be an advocate for fiscal responsibility and economic prosperity in Sacramento.”Many of the county’s local and state Republican legislators have announced their endorsement of Cutter since she announced her candidacy last month including Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, Sen. Brian Jones, R-Santee, San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones and San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate.“When elected, my priority will be to support the common-sense principles that the incumbent has abandoned,” Cutter said. “I will fight to lower taxes, reduce wasteful spending and ensure economic growth in the state of California.” Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter April 9, 2019last_img read more

Troopers Release More Details On Fatal Shooting Of Suspect – UPDATE

first_imgThe department said Yakunin on Saturday afternoon had contacted a woman in violation of felony probation conditions. Trooper Luke Kumfer responded and at 7 p.m. reached a home in Nikolaevsk. Troopers have refused to answer other questions about the incident, citing an ongoing department investigation, including whether troopers were wearing body cameras. The Department of Law’s Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals investigates whether deadly force is justified by officers. The Department of Public Safety reviews the case to determine if an officer using deadly force followed department policy. The name of the officer involved in the shooting, Sgt. Daniel Cox, a 20-year Department of Public Safety veteran, was not released until Tuesday, which is in accordance with agency policy. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Authorities have released additional information about the shooting of a suspect who was killed by an Alaska State Trooper to end a 20-minute assault on another trooper. The release from troopers made no mention of possible weapons Yakunin used or whether other people were at the home. The community of 311 is east of Anchor Point and north of Homer near the south end of the Kenai Peninsula. Authorities said Yakunin refused to cooperate and “become extremely threatening” toward the officer. Kumfer used his radio to call for assistance, fired his stun gun at Yakunin and followed that with pepper spray. When Cox arrived at the home he shot Yakunin, troopers said. Yakunin was pronounced dead at the scene. “For his privacy, we are not releasing details of his injuries,” said trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters by email. Kumfer by Tuesday night had been released from hospital care but was still recovering from injuries. Troopers released no information about any conversation between Cox and Yakunin before the shooting, or whether Kumfer lost consciousness during the assault. The state medical examiner conducted an autopsy on Yakunin’s body, Peters said, but it could take up to two months to receive results. Peters said troopers routinely respond to incidents alone. Asked if Yakunin’s history of violence should have prompted more troopers to respond initially, Peters said that if there was a perceived risk, the situation is reviewed to determine an appropriate way to respond. Details in last weekend’s death of Nikolai Yakunin, 42, in the village of Nikolaevsk, were released on Tuesday. Troopers said Yakunin knocked Kumfer off the home’s porch, injuring the officer. Yakunin then assaulted the injured trooper lying on the ground for about 20 minutes, troopers said. They did not indicate how they knew the assault lasted 20 minutes. Nikolaevsk, according to the state community data base, was founded as a community of Russian Old Believers whose ancestors settled in Woodburn, Oregon, after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 forced them out of Russia.last_img read more

Kenai Eagle Cam Has The First Egg Of The Season

first_imgAccording to City Manager Paul Ostrander the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge has been working with the city on the project: “This year we actually got the Refuge to partner with us, they are going to provide information about the eagles for us throughout the season.”  The City Council approved funds back in February for an upgrade to the camera system, which the upgrades have been installed in time for this season. According to a post on the City of Kenai Facebook page, around 7:08 p.m., they got the first glimpse of an egg in the nest. According to the post the city plans to post an extended version showing the entire process from the return to the nest until the female eagle is nestled in on top of the new egg. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Last updated on April 15th, 2018 at 09:58 amThe City of Kenai announced yesterday that the first egg of the season is visible on the city’s Eagle Cam. In a letter to the City Council Ostrander stated that in its first year of operation the Kenai Eagle Cam was successful, and in just the first summer of operations, the Eagle Cam was viewed for 2,083,618 minutes. In 2017 the City, partnered with the Kenai Chamber of Commerce to begin streaming live images of a nesting eagle pair.last_img read more

Cleaner sports cars Porsche brings carbonoffset program to the US

first_img 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous More about 2019 Porsche Cayenne Share your voice Enlarge ImageThe Porsche Impact program is run by Swiss carbon-offset company South Pole. Jon Wong/Roadshow If you love driving sports cars but feel guilty about their environmental impact, Porsche has a bit of good news. The automaker is using Earth Day to bring to the US its Porsche Impact carbon-offset program, which can help counter the emissions produced by driving Porsches — and at least hypothetically make all your sporty driving carbon-neutral.Initially the Impact program will cover only a relatively small fleet of cars. For starters, it’ll be applied to all the vehicles in the automaker’s fleets at its Porsche Experience Center facilities in Atlanta and Los Angeles. The centers feature driving-training programs and the chance to sample various Porsche models both on handling courses and off-road tracks. The carbon-offset program will also be offered for Porsche Passport, the company’s subscription service that lets you rent multiple different models for one fixed fee, as well as Porsche Drive, which offers short-term rentals.Porsche Experience Center Los AngelesEnlarge ImageAll this on-track driver training will soon be carbon-neutral. Porsche The idea behind the Impact program is simple. Porsche will use the cars’ mileage to calculate how much carbon dioxide they have emitted into the atmosphere, and then will make corresponding payments to agencies committed to fighting climate change. The idea is to counter all the harm the car’s emissions have done to the environment with projects intended to help the planet.This year, Porsche Impact is expected to cover about 3.5 million miles driven by the 425 cars in its Experience Center, Passport and Drive fleets. After this test run, the intention is to make Porsche Impact available to all US customers. Porsche says that customers can choose between funding “forest protection in the US, hydropower in Vietnam, solar energy in Mexico, and species diversity in Zimbabwe.” The program is already offered for Porsche buyers in Germany, the UK and Poland.US customers will be able to sign their car up for Porsche Impact online, and then will cover the cost of the carbon offsetting based on how many miles they drive. How much does it cost? As an example, Porsche says a 2019 Cayenne S driven for 10,000 miles annually would result in a contribution of anywhere between $67 and $152 per year to the chosen environmental program. It’s a small annual cost to help make the world a better place. “The idea is to give individual customers the tools to take specific steps for themselves, as they see fit,” a Porsche spokesman told Roadshow. Porsche 2019 Porsche Cayenne: Badass in base form More From Roadshow Comment Green tech Porsche Tags 64 Photos 1 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Preview • 2019 Porsche Cayenne: A stronger foundation Review • 2019 Porsche Cayenne review: The enthusiast’s SUV Car Industry Sports Carslast_img read more

Fortnite season 9 week 9 challenges and where to find the Singularity

first_img The Season 9 – Week 9 Challenges are now available. Here’s the Loading Screen that goes along with the challenges once their completion is done as well: pic.twitter.com/xNYLeWZMFK— Guille-GAG – Fortnite Leaks (@Guille_GAG) July 4, 2019 The image shows Bunker Jonesy, one of the skins introduced in season 9, drawing images from previous events in the game including the meteor shower, the volcano erupting and a giant cube, all of which were used to end a season. Off to the right near his foot appears to be the Polar Peak beast that is causing destruction on the island this season. More importantly, Jonesy appears to be covering a drawing that’s likely the big event to end Fortnite season 9. Utopia ChallengesAs in previous seasons, Fortnite season 9 has a season-long set of tasks called Utopia Challenges, for Battle Pass owners. Tackling these special challenges requires the completion of all the weekly challenges throughout the season. Fortnite season 9 Utopia ChallengesFortnite season 9 Utopia Challenges Epic Games/Screenshot by CNET What’s different in Fortnite season 9 is that one of the Utopia challenges revolved around Fortbytes. Players who found 90 of the collectibles that are discoverable as of Wednesday, July 10, will unlock the Singularity skin.  For week 7, players who complete all the challenges will receive a new Utopia loading screen with a clue to a hidden Battle Star.  Tags Computers Gaming would appreciated to be credited if used <3 pic.twitter.com/6ZHrWygfpH— RISE. 👑 (@fortrisen) June 18, 2019 Dance at 6 different beach partiesAdded at the start of the 14 Days of Summer were several beach party spots across the map. Contrary to the name, these beach parties are not at all near the beach. Be on the lookout for umbrellas, balloons and folding chairs indicating the party. The map below will show the six locations. Head over to each one, do a dance and you'll receive the Dive In emote. Fortnite season 9 beach partyThe map locations of the six beach parties on the island for the Fortnite 14 Days of Summer challenge. Epic Games Bounce a giant beach ball in 5 different matches There are three giant beach balls on the island. One is just south of The Block, another is west of Dusty Divot and the third is on the northwest road in Paradise Palms. Bouncing a ball simply means run up to it and bump it. Hopefully, you’ll get their first before other players bounce the ball farther away. A new summer-themed loading screen is the prize for those players who complete the challenge.Fortnite season 9 beach ball days of summerThe map locations for the three beach balls to complete the 14 Days of Summer challenge.  Epic Games 5 Eliminations with the daily unvaulted weapon or a DrumgunEach day of 14 Days of Summer will have another weapon unvaulted. So far it’s been the Quad Launcher, Burst Assault Rifle and the Light Machine Gun, but they’re only available for 24 hours. Find one of these weapons or the Drumgun then take out five other players to complete this challenge and receive the Water Balloon toy. Thank the Bus Driver and finish Top 20 in 5 different matchesThe latest 14 Days of Summer challenge require players to be polite before they go out and kick some ass. Fortnite season 5 added the option for players to thank the driver of the Battle Bus before jumping out. For this challenge, you will have to thank the bus driver and shoot for a top 20 finish in five matches. If going solo is too tough then players can join a squad for a better chance. The reward for completing this challenge is the Perfect Blend emoji.Where to pop 5 party balloon decorationsThis challenge is in direct relation to the first challenge of the 14 Days of Summer. At every beach party is a ballon that can be popped. Follow the map above for the parties and use a pickaxe or gun to pop the balloons. The reward for completing this challenge is the sun spray.Search for 3 unicorn floaties at swimming holesDay 6’s 14 Days of Summer Challenge has players going on a search for unicorns. Unicorn floaties, that is. These floating inflatables are found in pools, rivers, ponds and lakes. Check out the map below for the spots to find the unicorn floaties. Players completing this challenge will receive the Neon Tropics weapon wrap.Fortnite 14 days of summer unicorn floatiesA map of the seven locations to find unicorn floaties for the 14 Days of Summer challenge.  Epic Games Hit 3 players with a water balloon in different matchesThe Water Balloon toy was a reward for a previous 14 Days of Summer challenge and is required for this task. If you have the toy, make sure to equip it before a match. When used, your character will pull out a water balloon and quickly throw in whichever direction you’re facing. Hitting three other players with a balloon in different matches is required to complete this challenge, but luckily, they can be teammates or throw one in the face of an opponent as an insult. Completing the task will give players a new loading screen.Bounce off a giant beach umbrella in 3 different matchesThe 14 Days of Summer is. past the halfway mark with this giant beach umbrella challenge. There are six umbrellas on the map, and all that’s required is to jump on one. Only one is needed per match. See the map below for where the giant beach umbrellas are. The reward for finishing this challenge is a rubber ducky banner.Fortnite season 9 giant umbrellasWhere to find the giant beach umbrellas for the 14 Days of Summer challenge. Epic Games Score 250,00 trick points with a Driftboard with the Neon Tropics wrap applied to itIt’s time to perform some sick moves on a Driftboard to complete this challenge. Before attempting to complete this task, the previous 14 Days of Summer challenge to find the unicorn floaties needs to be completed first to get the Neon Tropic wrap. Once you have that ready, find a Driftboard on the island. There are several places to look, but the best bet is Frosty Flights and Happy Hamlet where a few will be waiting. Then from there, go find hills and mountains to jump off and get some big air for points. Players who complete the challenge will receive a Surfstick spray.Where to launch 3 fireworks found along the river bankJust in time for July 4, fireworks are scattered along the river that runs through the island. Players will need to launch three of them in order to complete the challenge. There are six spots on the river bed with a bottle rocket waiting to be lighted. Get next to one and activate it to see it fly into the sky. See the map below for where to find the fireworks. Finishing this task will earn the player a Low ‘n’ Slow Pickaxe.Fortnite fireworksWhere to find the fireworks along the river bed for the 14 Days of Summer challenge. Epic Games How to get a score of 10 or more on a Carnival Clown BoardCarnival Clown Boards can be found at the beach parties located on the island. Check one of the maps above on where to find these spots. The trick with this challenge is getting the score. Walk up to the board and activate it. Once activated a balloon will appear in one of several holes. Use a pickaxe to pop it as guns won’t work. Make sure that you’re right next to the balloon itself and that it’s in your crosshairs. If it’s not, it may not pop. There will be a counter in white showing your current score and a counter in yellow showing your high score. When you get closer to 10, more balloon will appear in the holes. The game is over if a balloon pops on its own and you’ll have to reactivate it again. Get a score of 10 and you’ll be rewarded with the Beach Balls contrails cosmetic.Visit a giant beach umbrella and a huge rubber ducky in a single matchTo finish this challenge quickly, players should first head to the giant beach umbrella located west of Duty Divot as seen in the map for the beach umbrella challenge. Then players should continue to run west to the river next to Neo Tilted where the huge rubber ducky will be found. The reward for visiting them both is the Quack Pack Back Bling.Search the tiny rubber ducky at the spot hidden in the Summertime Splashdown loading screenTo complete this task, players needed to complete the water balloon challenge that unlocks the Summertime Splashdown loading screen. In the background of the image is the coordinates H9, I9, H10 and I10, which will put players in the south part of Paradise Palms. The tiny rubber ducky can be found floating in a bathtub in that spot. The reward for finding the duck is Sparkles Music Pack.fortnite rubber ducky mapWhere to find the tiny rubber duck for the 14 Days of Summer Challenge. Epic Games Where to destroy 7 grills with the  Low ‘n’ Slow Harvesting ToolFor the final 14 Days of Summer challenge, players will have to destroy seven grills found all across the map with the Low ‘n’ Slow Harvesting Tool. The special pickaxe was a reward for launching three fireworks along the river. Once you have the Low ‘n’ Slow, finding the grills is not hard to do. They are located at the beach parties from previous challenges and in named locations. There are also plenty of grills all over Paradise Palms. Completing this challenge will unlock the Barbecue Banner. Those who completed all of the 14 Days of Summer Challenges will receive the Smoothie Back Bling. FortbytesNew in Fortnite season 9 are Fortbytes, which are only available to Battle Pass owners. The collectibles are scattered across the island, but also unlockable by reaching certain tiers and gaining a designated amount of XP. Each Fortbyte will reveal a piece of an image teasing Fortnite season 10 and a new one appears every day.Fortnite Season 9 Fortbyte Challenges01: Awarded for gaining 175,000 XP02: Found at a location hidden within Loading Screen #603: Accessible by using the Skull Trooper Emoji at the western most point04: Accessible by skydiving through the rings above Loot Lake with the Plasma Trail Contrails equipped05: Accessible by using the Laid Back Shuffle Emote inside a dance club06: Accessible with Yay! Emote at an ice cream shop in the desert07: Accessible by using the cuddle up emoticon inside a rocky umbrella08: Found within Junk Junction10: Awarded for gaining 60,000 XP11: Found beneath a circling jungle parrot12: Accessible by using the Nana Nana Spray inside a molten tunnel13: Found at a location hidden within loading screen number 214: Found within an RV park16: Found in the desert house with too many chairs17: Found inside a Wooden Fish Building18: Found somewhere between Mega Mall and Dusty Divot19: Accessible with the Vega outfit inside a spaceship building20: Found at the center of any of the first three storm circles22: Accessible by using the Rox Spray in an underpass24: Found within Fatal Field25: Awarded at Battle Pass tier 4026: Accessible with Bunker Jonesy outfit near a snowy bunker30: Somewhere between Haunted Hills and Pleasant Park31: Found at a meteor crater overlook32: Accessible by wearing Kyo Pet Back Bling at the northernmost point34: Found between a fork and knife35: Awarded for gaining 225,000 XP36: Accessible by Sentinel on a frozen island37: Found inside a disaster bunker in Pleasant Park39: Awarded for completing six challenges from Week 240: Accessible with the Demi outfit on a sundial in the desert41: Accessible by using Tomatohead Emoticon inside the Durrr Burger restaurant43: Accessible by wearing the Nana Cape Back Bling inside a Banana Stand44: Awarded at Battle Pass tier 2046: Awarded at Battle Pass tier 10047: Found between a Reboot Van, pirate camp and a crashed battlebus48: Accessible by using the Vox Pickaxe to smash the gnome beside a mountain top throne49: Found in Trog’s ice cave50: Accessible at night time inside mountain top castle ruins51: Accessible by using the Cluck Strut to cross the road in front of Peely’s Banana Stand52: Accessible with Bot Spray inside a Robot Factory53: Accessible by helping to raise the disco ball at an abandoned mountain top villain lair55: Found within Haunted Hills57: Awarded by finishing top 10 in squads, duos, or solo 25 times58: Accessible by using the Sad Trombone Emote at the north end of Snobby Shores59: Accessible with Durrr! Emoji inside Pizza Pit restaurant60: Accessible with Sign Spinner Emote in front of the happy Oink restaurant61: Accessible by using Sunbird Spray on a frozen waterfall62: Accessible with the Stratus outfit within an abandoned mansion63: Found somewhere between Lucky Landing and Fatal Fields64: Accessible by Rox on top of Stunt Mountain65: Found in a basement budget movie set66: Awarded by finishing top 10 in squads, duos or solo 75 times67: Accessible by Flying the Retaliator Glider through the rings under the southernmost Sky Platform68: Found within a snowy town bookshop69: Found inside a stone pig building70: Accessible by skydiving through the rings above Lazy Lagoon with the Vibrant Contrails71: Awarded for completing six challenges from Week 172: Found within Salty Spring74: Found in a filing cabinet inside an assassin’s basement on the desert coast75: Found within an airport hanger76: Found behind a historical diorama in an insurance building can be seen below77: Found within a trackside taco shop78: Found within a Ranger tower overlooking a drained lake79: Found within an arcade80: Accessible by using the Bunker Basher Pickaxe to smash the rock at the highest point of the volcano rim81: Accessible in daytime near a mountain top cactus wedge82: Accessible by solving the pressure plate puzzle NW of the Block83: Found in a rock garden near the coast84: Awarded at Battle Pass tier 6085: Awarded for gaining 30,000 XP87: Awarded by finishing top 10 in squads, duos or solo 50 times88: Found somewhere within map location J3.89: Accessible by flying the Scarlet Strike Glider through the rings east of Snobby Shores.90: Awarded by finishing top 10 in squads, duos or solo 100 times91: Found at a location hidden within loading screen #4, the latest Fortbyte to unlock92: Accessible by using Rock Love Spray near a lava fall95: Found at a Solar Panel Array in the Jungle96: Awarded at Battle Pass tier 8097: Found hidden within Loading Screen #898: Found within a Viking longhouse99: Awarded for gaining 125,000 XP100: Found on the highest floor of the tallest building in Neo TiiltedFor those who don’t want to wait for all 100 Fortbytes to be revealed, one Fortnite data miner discovered what the complete image will look like.  Fortnite season 9 map week 4 fortbyteWhere to find Fortbyte #91. Epic Games Week 5’s Utopia loading screen features a new skin. To the right, in white, are the map designations of B2, B3, C2 and C3. Fortnite season 9 week 5 utopia loading screenThe Utopia loading screen for Fortnite season 9 week 5.  Epic Games That will take players to the mountain northwest of Pleasant Park. If all challenges for the week have been completed, a hidden Battle star will appear. Fortnite season 9 week 5 utopiaLocations for the week 5 Utopia hidden Battle Star. Epic Games Week 6’s Utopia loading screen, called Sure Shot, is a clue for Fortbye #02. When players complete all of the challenges for the week, they will unlock the new image with the description: “Only the best snipers can take out a holo-clock tower lamp from the rooftops of Neo Tilted.”Fortnite season 9 week 6 utopia screenThe week 6 Utopia loading screen has a clue to find a Fortbyte. Epic Games Players can find Fortbyte #02 at the holo-clock tower in Neo Tilted without needing to complete all of the week’s challenges.  Week 7 Loading Screen(via @FunGamesLeaks) pic.twitter.com/LeWoEvwLub— ShiinaBR – Fortnite Leaks (@ShiinaBR) June 18, 2019 Here’s a map showing where to find the five Singularity helmets. Fortnite season 9 Singularity helmet mapWhere to find the Singularity helmets. Epic Games When players finish the weekly challenges, they’ll receive a new loading screen that hints at a secret Battle Star. Completing the Fortnite season 9, week 1 challenges unlocks the loading screen below. The clue to where to find the secret Battle Star is on the side of the minigun that gives the coordinates I5, I6, J5 and J6. This is a spot just south of Lonely Lounge, right before the green plains turn into the desert. The hidden Battle Star will appear only if a player who completed all challenges is within close proximity.Fortnite season 9 week 1 Utopia loading screenFortnite season 9, week 1 Utopia loading screen Epic Games For Fortnite season 9, week 2, the unlocked loading screen doesn’t have a hint hidden in the image, but instead, it’s in the description of the screen. It says, “Last seen battling at Dino Park outhouse, these two can’t be stopped.” This’ll lead to the location of Fortbyte #13 and not a Battle Star for the week.Fortnite season 9 week 2 Utopia loading screenFortnite season 9, week 2 Utopia loading screen Epic Games Once a player’s done with week 3’s challenges, a new loading screen will show a new Doggo skin. The hint for the Battle Star is in the drawing on the small wall that the dogs are sitting on. It leads to a stack of cars in Junk Junction and the secret Battle Star will appear when players come near it.Fortnite season 9 week 3 Utopia loading screenFortnite season 9, week 3 Utopia loading screen Epic Games As in week 2’s Utopia loading screen, week 4’s image provides players a clue of where to get a Fortbyte rather than Battle Star. Players on the search for Forbyte #91 will need to visit Paradise Palms. Off the main street in the area is a storefront where the “D” and “I” are on the map. Look for a bench near the road and Fortbyte #91 should appear.  pic.twitter.com/PUwL0EsPdx— Lucas7yoshi // Fortnite Leaks/News (@Lucas7yoshi) June 24, 2019 6/16/19• UNLOCKED: Fortbyte #2 – Found at a location hidden within Loading Screen #6. pic.twitter.com/uZRJvoehId— Scenario (@iScenario) June 16, 2019center_img Post a comment #NintendoSwitch #Fortnite unlocked the singularity skin earlier! pic.twitter.com/fJhcOzzY1Q— UndeadSniper5587 (@UndeadSniperYT) July 10, 2019 Name: “Scimitar”Description: “Razor sharp and battle ready.”Rarity: RareName: “Sandstorm”Description: “Timeless Warrior”Rarity: RareMale/Female Skins in this -> pic.twitter.com/FObkzhuiQr— Lucas7yoshi // Fortnite Leaks & News (@lucas7yoshi) May 22, 2019 Free challengesUse a Chug Jug or a Chug Splash in different matches (0/3)Visit a solar array in the snow, desert, and the jungle (0/1)Stage 1 of 5: Get an elimination with a Common rarity weapon (0/1)Stage 2 of 5: Get an elimination with an Uncommon rarity weapon (0/1)Stage 3 of 5: Get an elimination with a Rare rarity weapon (0/1)Stage 4 of 5: Get an elimination with an Epic rarity weapon (0/1)Stage 5 of 5: Get an elimination with a Legendary rarity weapon (0/1)Battle Pass challengesDeal headshot damage (0/500)Search chests at Lazy Lagoon or Happy Hamlet (0/7)Eliminate opponents in different Named Locations (0/5)Deal damage to an opponent within 10s of landing from a Volcano Vent (0/200)Use a Chug Jug or a Chug Splash in 3 different matches — 5 Battle StarsChug Jug and Chug Splash are two healing items that can be found throughout the island. Of the two, the Chug Splash is the most common one available. Find one and give yourself or teammate a quick heal. Where to visit a solar array in the snow, desert and jungle — 5 Battle StarsSolar arrays are the groups of solar panels placed in certain parts of the island. This challenge can be completed in any order and the arrays can be seen from the map. For the snow, head to Frosty Flights and you’ll see them near the hangar. The desert solar array is just west of the John Wick house. Northwest of Sunny Steps near the water is the third array in the jungle. Fortnite season 9 solar array mapWhere to find the solar arrays on the island.  Epic Games Get an elimination with a common, uncommon, rare, epic and legendary weapon — 10 Battle StarsGetting an elimination with a rare, epic or legendary weapon is a piece of cake. These weapons have a lot of firepower making eliminations easy. As for common and uncommon weapons, focus on rushing for weapons at the beginning of a match and you’ll likely get one of the two. Look for an easy target such as someone scrambling for a weapon in order to get the elimination.How to deal 500 headshot damage — 10 Battle StarsPlayers should be constantly aiming for the head with any weapon except for rocket launchers and shotguns. To complete this task quickly, look for a rifle for those big damage numbers. Search 7 chests at Lazy Lagoon or Happy Hamlet — 5 Battle StarsEither location won’t be crawling with players so whichever you prefer will work. Happy Hamlet may have a few more folks because of certain challenges, but both spots won’t be too crazy. Eliminate 5 opponents in different Named Locations — 10 Battle StarsProgressing through a match will slowly chip away at this challenge. Just make an effort to stop by different locations as the storm circle closes in. Fortnite volcano ventA vent found near the volcano on the island.  Epic Games Deal 200 damage to an opponent within 10s of landing from a Volcano Vent — 10 Battle StarsThe bad news is that most of the Volcano Vents are, as the name says, near the Volcano and Pressure Plant. The good news is that a giant robot is being built at the plant making the place more likely to have players coming around to check it out, which means there will be plenty of targets to choose from. 14 Days of Summer ChallengesEpic on Monday revealed the start date for the Fortnite 14 Days of Summer event. Starting on Tuesday, players got access to new challenges, limited time modes (LTMs) and unvaulted weapons each day. One of the LTMs returning for 14 Days of Summer is the John Wick’s Bounty mode that came out around the time of the release of John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum.Data miners found the 14 Days of Summer challenges in the v9.30 update released last Tuesday. Completing challenges will earn players sprays, toys and other in-game content.  Share your voice 0 Unlike other skins, the Singularity has multiple variants. Scattered across the map are helmets representing the different styles and each has their own name: Cuddle, Rex, Drift, Durrr and Pizza. A player with the Singularity skin unlocked can pick up a helmet that will unlock the corresponding style.  To find this hidden Battle Star, head to Pressure Plant and look for a building with a metal staircase on the outside. The Battle Star will be under the staircase, but it will only appear if you completed all the week 7 challenges. The Utopia loading screen for Week 8 is a clue to where Fortbyte #63 is at. Fortnite utopia loading screen week 8The Utopia loading screen for Fortnite season 9 week 8.  Epic Games The Utopia loading screen will unlock when all of the challenges for week 8 are completed, but players can go find the Fortbyte without it. The location is a gas station just north of Lucky Landing. Fortbyte #63 will appear right next to a gas pump. Week 9’s Utopia loading screen has a clue to a free Battle Star. The clue on where to find the star is the graffiti right where the light and shadow meet. Fortnite week 9 utopia loading screenCheck out the graffiti in the Fortnite season 9 week 9 loading screen to find the hidden Battle Star. Epic Games The car in the graffiti is the found inside Mega Mall. When near the display car, the hidden Battle Star will appear only if you completed all of the week’s challenges.Fortnite is available on PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, and Android and iOS devices.In the multiplayer online game, you parachute onto an island and use various weapons to eliminate opponents in a last-person-standing scenario. The massively popular game has attracted players with live events like virtual concerts and special limited-time game modes. Developer Epic Games is also hosting the Fortnite World Cup on July 26-28. Online qualification for the esports competition began in April, and finals will take place in New York with a prize pool of $30 million.Originally published July 4.Update, July 5: Adds Fortbyte #04 and new 14 Days of Summer Challenge. July 8: Adds Fortbyte #83, #37, #40 and new 14 Days of Summer Challenges. July 9: Adds Forbyte #34. July 10: Adds Fortbyte #05 and Singularity helmets. Fortnite Nintendo One of the three solar arrays for Fortnite season 9 week 9 challenge. Epic Games Fortnite season 9, week 9 challenges are up, which means the season is close to ending. Those who want all the seasonal rewards will need to move fast through these challenges before it’s too late. last_img read more

Budget 2017 Govt dismisses reports about revised income tax slabs

first_imgA government spokesperson has dismissed media reports that the income tax slabs would be revised in Budget 2017.It was reported by a few media houses that the Narendra Modi government would increase income tax slabs to begin at Rs 4 lakh per annum. The current taxable slab begins at Rs 2.5 lakh per annum.The reports said that those in the Rs 4-10 lakh income group may be taxed at 10 percent, while 15 percent tax is likely for the Rs 10-15 lakh income group. And while people in the Rs 15-20 lakh income group may have to pay 20 percent tax, 30 percent tax may be imposed on those having income above Rs 20 lakh.Currently, income up to Rs 2.5 lakh is not taxable. It is 10 percent for income between Rs. 2.5 and Rs 5 lakh, 20 percent for income between Rs 5 and Rs 10 lakh, and 30 percent for income above Rs 10 lakh. However, Frank Noronha, a government spokesperson, said that the reports were “baseless and unfounded”.Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had earlier this month said that the common man would get some relief as direct and indirect tax would be reduced during Budget 2017.The tax let-up for the common man suffering from cash crunch, high tax rate and high inflation could also be announced before the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections to help cement the BJP’s hold in the state.Jaitley had said that while the Reserve Bank of India is working to remonetise the country, not all the notes will be replaced since the government is pushing for digital economy.Prime Minister Narendra Modi also urged people to embrace digital economy since it would stop corruption.”Once they (black money hoarders) are substantially digital, they will get caught in the tax net,” he said. “Therefore, the future taxation level would be much higher than what is currently being collected. This would also enable the government at some stage to make taxes more reasonable which will apply to both direct and indirect taxes.”last_img read more

3 siblings among 4 killed in Nganj wall collapse

first_img-Four people, including three minor siblings, were killed and another person was injured as a wall collapsed on them in Pagla area of Fatullah upazila on Monday morning, reports UNB.The deceased were identified as Lamia, 12, Lima, 3, and Laboni, 8, daughters of Saiful Islam, and Alamgir Hossain, 30, of Damudda in Shariatpur district. Hailing from Patuakhali district, the three siblings used to live in a rented house in the area along with their parents.Witnesses said some workers were demolishing a 12-feet long shabby wall to build a multi-storey building at Shantinibas in Pagla while five people, including the three children, were playing on the other side of the wall.The wall suddenly fell on the five people, killing Laboni and Lamia on the spot.Lima died on the way to Dhaka Medical College Hospital in the capital and Alamgir succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.Kamal Uddin, officer-in-charge of Fatullah police station, said the workers fled the spot after the incident.The bodies were sent to Narayanganj General Hospital for autopsy.last_img read more

Full Show Irmas Impact On Houstons Recovery And Some HISD Schools Get

first_imgOn Monday’s edition of Houston Matters: Florida is starting to grapple with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. The storm made landfall in the state Sunday morning and has left millions without power. Meanwhile, here in Greater Houston, many residents are still recovering from Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey. What could Irma mean for those efforts and resources here? We talk with a representative from FEMA who answers your questions about the relief efforts here.Also this hour: HISD was scheduled to begin its school year today (Sept. 11, 2017), but continuing issues related to flooding have changed plans somewhat. Currently, only 202 of the 284 schools in the district will be open, while others are scheduled to open later in the month. We talk with News 88.7’s education reporter Laura Isensee about HISD’s plans and what Superintendent Richard Carranza had to say at a press conference.Plus: Lori Teller from the Meyerland Animal Clinic answers your pet questions. And Jeff Balke discusses a dismal weekend in Houston sports.We offer a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps. Sharelast_img read more