CORONADO, CA – MAY 27: Tate Martell of Ohio State University attends Steve Clarkson’s 13th Annual Quarterback Retreat on May 27, 2017 in Coronado, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)We have Tate Martell’s first viral moment as a member of the Miami Hurricanes’ football program. It’s going to be tough to top, too.Martell, the former top quarterback recruit, transferred into Miami’s football program after spending two seasons at Ohio State. The Las Vegas, Nevada native considered a couple of major programs before deciding on The U.It’s unclear if Martell will be made eligible for the 2019 season, but the quarterback is putting in some serious work regardless.Martell was trying to work on some routes inside the facility earlier this week, but something got in the way. A dog.Martell was then able to show off his running ability.Check it out:Live look at @TheTateMartell out running the NCAA ??? #CanesCartel pic.twitter.com/WyUGM16I4k— Canes Cartel ?⏰ (@CanesCartel) February 12, 2019Martell tweeted the following:“I wanted to throw routes… the dog wanted to work on zone read. So we worked on zone read,” he wrote.I wanted to throw routes… the dog wanted to work on zone read.So we worked on zone read ? https://t.co/Elh4nm6t8J— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMartell) February 12, 2019That’s the kind of quickness that should have Miami fans excited about the future.As far as Martell’s eligibility for 2019 goes, the NCAA’s decision on former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields could be viewed as good news for the Miami quarterback. Fields transferred out of the Bulldogs’ program and into Ohio State. While the circumstances surrounding their transfers weren’t exactly the same, Martell could look to Fields’ case to help his own.
zoom Chinese shipping conglomerates China Shipping Group (CSG) and China Merchants Group signed a strategic cooperation deal on port development, financing and shipping services on Wednesday, November 12th.The move comes as the Chinese Government encourages predominantly state-owned shipping companies to join forces in recovering the sluggish industry.Under the agreement, the companies plan to work together on reforms and innovation so as to boost their competitiveness.According to CSG, the two companies have a good working relationship and deep friendship.The agreement is expected to serve as a new starting point, in the “long-term, mutual beneficiary cooperation and joint development” CSG said.Press Release
Performers, painters, and writers will soon be using their unique talents to inspire the minds of Nova Scotia students. The Artists-in-Schools program, announced today, Aug. 31, will make it possible for schools to invite many more artists into the classroom to enhance student learning and encourage students to explore creatively. “This program will not only enrich arts education in our schools, it will also help students discover new ways to understand and express themselves in other areas of the curriculum,” said Minister of Education Karen Casey. “We want our students to be able to learn in the arts, through the arts and about the arts,” she said. Four arts agencies will share a $100,000 investment from the Department of Education during the 2006-07 academic year. Each will receive $25,000 to invest in innovative and proven programs that directly engage students and teachers with the arts. “This is a highly beneficial program for students, teachers and artists alike,” said Briony Carros, executive director of Visual Arts Nova Scotia. “Students will develop an awareness and first-hand appreciation of art, which will provide them with a unique educational experience.” The four organizations receiving funding are: — ArtsSmarts Nova Scotia, part of the ArtsSmarts national education initiative. ArtsSmarts is dedicated to improving student learning by melding the arts with academic programs. It links students to musicians, dancers, painters, writers, actors, and filmmakers, and offers professional development for teachers — Perform! Sponsored by Dance Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Choral Federation, and Theatre Nova Scotia, Perform! helps bring professional dance, drama, and music artists into students’ lives — Writers in the Schools. Offered by the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia, this program helps young people develop writing and reading skills, an appreciation for writing and writers, and an understanding of what it means to be a writer — Professional Artists in the Schools (PAINTS). PAINTS brings visual artists and traditional crafts people together with teachers and students. “Arts education is a fundamental component of a balanced program of studies,” said Ann Blackwood, director of English program services at the Department of Education. “Infusing the arts throughout the curriculum will help students grow aesthetically, intellectually, and emotionally.” Besides academic, social and personal growth, Artists-in-Schools can also provide students with insights into career options. According to Statistics Canada’s latest numbers, Canadian consumers spent $22.8 billion on cultural goods and services in 2003, a 36 per cent increase since 1997. The program will allow schools to contact one of the arts organizations, which will then ask its members to help the school establish an arts education project. The Artists-in-Schools program and the school would then cost-share the project with the individual arts organization.
VANCOUVER — The families of two British Columbia police officers being held in Cuba say the men might have to stay in the country longer because the prosecutor plans to appeal a unanimous verdict that acquitted them of assault charges.A statement issued on behalf of the families of Mark Simms and Jordan Long says the news is a “painful realization that the nightmare is not yet over.”The statement says they have no idea when Simms, 29, a constable with the Vancouver police, and Long, 31, a constable in nearby Port Moody, will be allowed to return to Canada.Rollie Woods, the deputy police complaint commissioner in B.C., said in April that the men were in Varadero when they were arrested in mid-March following allegations that an Ontario teenager was assaulted while vacationing in the same area.Woods said the Vancouver officer was being held for assault, while the Port Moody officer was detained as a witness.A 17-year-old Canadian female alleged to Cuban authorities she was assaulted by Simms, and officials held Long as a material witness in the case, Woods said.The Canadian Press contacted the Directorate of International Relations in Cuba and was asked on Friday to send an email, but a reply has not been received.Global Affairs Canada said consular services are being provided, but because of the Privacy Act no other information can be disclosed.Vancouver police confirmed in an email that Simms is a constable in the department but it had no update on the situation. The Port Moody Police Department did not respond to a request for comment.The statement from the families does not specify what the two officers were originally charged with.“We are so grateful that the Cuban judiciary recognized that the case against Jordan and Mark was based on a lie that had no evidence to support it, but in fact only had evidence to refute it,” the statement says.In Cuba, unlike in Canada, people accused of crimes are considered guilty until proven innocent, it says.The statement says a panel of five judges issued the unanimous acquittal last week and the families expect the very highest levels of the Canadian government to work with Cuban authorities to bring the pair home.“Mark and Jordan and our families and friends have endured tremendous suffering in every area of our lives for the last eight months; emotional, physical, psychological, financial, spiritual and social,” the statement says. “We have been overjoyed at the thought that this ongoing nightmare would soon be over and that the long journey towards healing could finally begin.”The statement says the families look forward to an investigation by the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner so the truth can be fully revealed.“We are holding on to the hope that they will be home to celebrate Christmas with their loving families and friends,” it concludes.The Canadian Press
According to the government as part of the Province’s Childcare BC plan, the Childcare BC New Spaces Fund is part of the commitment to provide B.C. families with access to affordable, quality child care when they want or need it. Since July 2018, the Province has funded more than 4,900 new licensed child care spaces through Childcare BC.Investing in child care and early childhood education is a shared priority between the government and the BC Green caucus, and is part of the Confidence and Supply Agreement. More new spaces will be announced as projects are approved.“Our partnership with the Peace River North School District fully recognizes, values and is proactive in ensuring that parents, families and children experience both a smooth connection and transition between child care and education. Fostering quality early learning is a value and goal that we are working collaboratively together to achieve.” Amanda Alexander, CEO, YMCA of Northern BCFor more information about Wiggles and Giggles Group Daycare; CLICK HERE “As the population of Fort St. John continues to grow, so does the need for more quality, licensed child care spaces,” said Katrina Chen, Minister of State for Child Care. “This funding, and the 113 spaces it will create, allows parents to embrace new opportunities and plan a brighter future for their families.” For information about YMCA of Northern BC child care; CLICK HEREFor view, more about Childcare BC; CLICK HERETo view the Childcare BC New Spaces Fund and to apply; CLICK HERETo find childcare on the online childcare map; CLICK HEREChildcare factsheet; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Two new child care facilities have opened in Fort St. John, providing the opportunity for parents who are in need of childcare to pursue schooling or work.Under the Childcare BC New Spaces Fund, the Province is investing $1.2 million to help create new spaces for child options. Wiggles and Giggles Group Daycare received $198,525 which help create 52 spaces with the completion of their second location, which opened in April 2019.Expecting to open in July 2020, the Peace River North School District 60 received $1 million for 61 spaces at Anne Roberts Young Elementary School Daycare. At Wiggles and Giggles, an emotion coach has introduced the children to a program called Tucker the Turtle to promote social skills, help the children learn and manage their emotions, and how to interact with others. The care facility also provides children with morning and afternoon snacks and also supplies lunch to children in need at no additional cost to parents.“We’ve been trying to expand our current facility for the last five years and the funding from the Province made it possible for us to move forward with this growth,” said Adam Reaburn, owner, Wiggles and Giggles Group Daycare. “This facility is helping to fill some of the need in our community and we’re excited to help.”Anne Roberts Young Elementary School Daycare will be operated by the YWCA. The School District 60 has ensured spaces at the centre will be held for children of employees from Fort St. John Regional Hospital located across the street. The partnership with Northern Health will help in recruiting and retaining health professionals.“School District 60 has a long, successful history of innovative community partnerships, and the Board of Education is thrilled that the Province has provided capital support for a second daycare facility to be attached to our newest elementary school,” said Ida Campbell, board chair, School District 60. “The additional daycare spaces will help with recruitment and retention of community employees who require much-needed child care services. We are pleased to again work with the YMCA of Northern BC as licence holder.”Under the Childcare BC New Spaces Fund, child care providers can apply at any time throughout the year under a new continuous application process.
Kolkata: An elderly woman from Ekbalpore, who was suffering from a rare mental disorder for many years, was given a new lease of life by the Institute of Psychiatry.The woman was admitted to the institute by her family members on April 30 after many doctors failed to cure her mental illness. During the past 26 years, the woman had developed some mental illness, which made her believe that her family members could cause her harm. The patient used to get afraid while interacting with her family members. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaShe believed that evil forces had killed her husband who was alive. The patient had been under the treatment of many doctors but her condition did not improve. Doctors said that the patient was suffering from schizophrenia. As her health condition did not improve, the family member took her to the Institute of Psychiatry. The hospital doctors didn’t go by the previous medication. They minutely examined the mental condition of the women it became clear to them that the woman had been suffering from a psychological disorder that not only creates fear but also makes her believe that her relatives had turned evils. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayAfter a prolonged treatment for nearly three weeks the patient is reportedly mentally healthy at present and has been released from the hospital. The patient no longer fears her family members and she has reportedly overcome all her mental illness that had made her life miserable for a very long time. The Institute of Psychiatry, which was established in 1817, is the third oldest mental hospital in the country and has cured persons with psychiatric illness for almost two centuries. The hospital had also played a significant role in training mental health professionals since 1989.
Those fleeing the fresh clashes this week between Islamic insurgents and Government forces bring the total number of people uprooted so far this year in Mogadishu to 160,000, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).“This week’s fighting in Mogadishu, described by witnesses as the worst since the beginning of the latest insurgency in February 2007, has forced at least 15, 000 people from their homes,” UNHCR spokesperson Ron Redmond told reporters in Geneva. UNHCR, which is working to provide shelter materials for those that have fled, reported that almost half of the newly displaced have moved to safer parts of Mogadishu, while most of the others fled west towards the Somali town of Afgooye, an area already jammed with an estimated 350,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs). Meanwhile, the agency said that about 5,000 Somali refugees have been arriving every month at the Dadaab refugee camp in north-eastern Kenya, some 80 kilometres from the border with Somalia, bringing the population in the camp to over 215,000. Despite the insecurity in the capital of the strife-torn nation, humanitarian agencies are scaling up their response to assist those affected. “We are managing to get aid to those who desperately need it. We have stepped up response for those who have been uprooted by the violence in the past few days and there is no break in ongoing assistance programmes,” said the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Mark Bowden. “The renewed fighting in Mogadishu over the weekend worsens an already desperate and deteriorating humanitarian situation in Somalia. A huge proportion of the population is in dire need of assistance.”Those displaced since the weekend are receiving food aid along the Afgooye corridor and the UN World Food Programme (WFP) is currently transporting more food to the outskirts of Mogadishu. Health facilities in the capital have also been supplied with drugs and supplies. In addition, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and its partners will distribute non-food items to 8,000 families in need. The agency also plans to continue to the ongoing blanket supplementary feeding programme for 10,000 children under five in and around Mogadishu and the surrounding IDP camps.The latest crisis comes as the Horn of Africa nation, which has not had a functioning government since 1991, is grappling with an already dire humanitarian situation owing to a combination of conflict and drought.Some 3.2 million people in Somalia, or around 43 per cent of the population, are in urgent need of food and other humanitarian assistance. The latest violence comes just weeks after the signing of a UN-brokered peace deal between the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and the rebel Alliance for the Re-liberation of Somalia (ARS) aimed at ending the fighting. 26 September 2008Aid agencies in Somalia are scaling up their efforts to assist some 15,000 people uprooted by the recent fighting in Mogadishu, which has reportedly killed 80 civilians and wounded hundreds more and is some of the worst violence to hit the Somali capital in over a year and a half, the United Nations said today.
“Many lives could be saved and tragedy mitigated, if effective disaster management measures are undertaken,” Kim Hak-Su, Executive Secretary of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), said in an opening address to the UN Regional Workshop on the Use of Space Technology for Disaster Management.The five-day Workshop, co-organized by ESCAP and the Vienna-based UN Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA), has attracted 130 participants from 32 countries. A number of representatives from other UN agencies, intergovernmental organizations and various national and regional institutions are also attending.These experts are sharing their knowledge and experience in using space and satellite technology to prepare for and respond to natural and man made disasters.According to UN officials, from January to September, natural catastrophes in the world have cost countries and communities an estimated $56 billion. The Asia-Pacific region has been one of the worst hit, accounting for half of the world’s major emergencies.During the last five months, more than 20 countries have endured serious flooding, resulting in the deaths of 2,300 people, and forcing 16 million people from their homes. In Thailand alone, the floods affected 7 million acres of farmland and 80,000 people needed treatment for water-borne, flood related, illnesses, according to Pinij Jarusombat, Minister of Science and Technology of the Royal Thai Government.ESCAP recently established a new Information, Communication and Space Technology Division, and the secretariat has also been active, in cooperation with the World Meteorology Organization (WMO), in successfully promoting the establishment of the Typhoon Committee and the ESCAP/WMO Panel on Tropical Cyclones.
Nick Baxter-Moore and Marian BredinThe Beatles came to America. John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Woman began their own social movement, and in Canada, we adopted a new flag with a red maple leaf on it.The 1960s changed modern life as we know it, and next week, the decade will be the subject of the 24th annual Two Days of Canada conference at Brock.“The Sixties, Canadian-Style” will bring together Canadian and international scholars to discuss Canada’s role in the ferment and conflict of the 1960s, and the cultural and historical changes that followed in its wake.There’s much to discuss about the 60s, including when the era started and ended, said Nick Baxter-Moore, professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film and one of the conference organizers.While every decade makes its mark, the 60s saw an unusual amount of change taking shape, Baxter-Moore said. In Canada, that includes Trudeaumania and public health insurance. Modern feminism and environmentalism also have their roots in the 1960s, he said.Even music saw a drastic change.“The Beatles and Bob Dylan changed the way we think about music,” he said. “Before that, you’d get a professional songwriter to write a song, then find a pretty face to sing it. The 60s saw the birth of the modern singer/songwriter.”The 60s are often romanticized, said Marian Bredin, conference co-organizer and director of the Centre for Canadian Studies. Some say it was not as open and free as it is portrayed in its common mythology. Others believe it was even more so.“It’s due for critical re-examination,” she said.The conference will feature two plenary sessions:• “Power to the People!”, Thursday, Nov. 4, 9:30 to 11 a.m., Pond Inlet Featuring: Burnley “Rocky” Jones, an attorney and leading figure in the Canadian civil and human rights movements; Meg Luxton, an activist and professor in the School of Women’s Studies, York University; Dimitri Roussopoulos, founder of the Combined Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in 1959 and organizer of the first student demonstrations against nuclear weapons in Canada.• “The Cultural is Political”, Friday, Nov. 5, 3:30 to 5 p.m., Pond InletFeaturing: Jim Garrard, actor, playwright, director and cultural activist; Dorothy Todd Hénaut, documentary filmmaker, director and producer; Marion (Marien) Lewis, conceptual and performance artist, who created Canada’s first artist-run centre, A Space, in Toronto in the 60s.Conference presentations examine a wide range of topics, including nation-building and national identity, grassroots and protest movements, the counterculture and cultural politics, the Vietnam war, and art and music.The symposium will also feature a “60s Coffee House Revisited” on Thursday, Nov. 4 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in Pond Inlet. Local musicians will perform songs by Canadian artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Leonard Cohen, Ian and Sylvia, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young.The conference is open to everyone and there is no cost to attend any of the concurrent and plenary sessions.
Flying trapeze artists, elephants standing on one foot while balancing a ball, jugglers, sword swallowers, bearded ladies: these are among the images of the traditional travelling circus.The circus is still going strong today and has gone mainstream. Think Cirque du Soleil, the Montreal-based entertainment company that has become a worldwide phenomenon.“This positive news for circus companies, artists and audiences with a taste for thrilling entertainment also raises questions about circuses’ historic status as site for the celebration and exploitation of differences, from stagings of exceptional performing bodies to the display of ‘freakery,’” says Assistant Professor of Dramatic Arts Karen Fricker.Fricker is part of an international team of academics, artists and producers researching the relationship of contemporary circus to the widespread practice in traditional circus of featuring people with unusual physical features, such as Siamese twins, women who grow beards, and in extreme cases, people living with a disease or condition that exaggerates certain body parts.There’s a large history of profound racism, sexism and ableism that I don’t think is present in contemporary circus in the same way, mostly because contemporary ideologies are very transformed.The team is interested in the ways in which today’s circus artists relate to this “freak show” tradition. Fricker is one of three leaders of the project, called “Circus and its Others,” along with Charles Batson of Union College, in New York and L. Patrick Leroux of Concordia University.This month, they are co-organizing a conference about this subject as part of the Montreal Complètement Cirque Festival, with the assistance of two Brock graduate students, Hayley Rose Malouin and Taylor Zajdlik.“There’s a large history of profound racism, sexism and ableism that I don’t think is present in contemporary circus in the same way, mostly because contemporary ideologies are very transformed,” says Malouin. “However, it’s interesting to see how some of those elements of sideshow ‘freakishness’ and how we view those born bodies finds its way into contemporary circus.”Fricker explains that circuses are, in essence, “variety shows” that feature highly-trained people with extraordinary skills performing daring, risky and spectacular feats.These acts are very physical; as a result, a lot of attention is focused on performers’ bodies. In traditional circuses, this focus extended to viewing bodies that were born unusual or made different from diseases or other factors beyond someone’s control.But societies eventually became more aware of the struggles and rights of people living with physical challenges, and also increasingly became more sensitive to animal exploitation. For example, after 145 years of featuring elephants in its circus acts, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey announced that it has plans to retire its elephant herd by 2018.The creation of Cirque du Soleil was a turning point in circus history. In the early 1980s, a troupe “juggled, danced, breathed fire and played music” for audiences in Baie-Saint-Paul near Quebec City, says the group’s website.One of the performers, Guy Laliberté, took the show on the road in 1984 to celebrate the 450th anniversary of Jacques Cartier’s discovery of Canada.“The show was a striking, dramatic mix of circus arts (without animals) and street performance that featured wild, outrageous costumes, magical lighting, and original music,” according to the website. Notably, one of the key features that distinguishes Cirque du Soleil from traditional circus is that it does not include animal acts, and rarely puts born difference on display in its shows.Zajdlik says contemporary circuses such as Soleil largely feature “achieved bodies,” bodies “transformed into these powerful vessels that become circus performers” through intensive physical training.“Are we gazing upon these spectacular bodies because they represent something that we nostalgically long for in what the freak once gave us?” says Zajdlik. “From aerial feats to contortions, these bodies are doing extraordinary things that you would not normally get to see. In a way, that kind-of represents what the ‘freak’ once represented for circus.”The researchers note that there are circuses that feature unusual bodies, but in a very different way than in the past.The keynote speaker at this month’s conference is Jennifer Miller, who founded Circus Amok in New York City and is also a professor at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.Miller has had a beard since her early 20s. She is known as the “Bearded Lady,” who uses her performances to “ask people who look at her to think critically about what they understand as normatively female or male, masculine or feminine,” says Fricker.“She challenges those boundaries,” says Fricker. “We’re in the age of gender fluidity. I think she speaks from, and to that, culture in an interesting way.”The Circus and its Others conference will be held in Montreal July 15 to 17.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Mason Jones scored 16 points and big man Daniel Gafford overcame a sluggish start to finish with 12, helping Arkansas beat Colorado State 98-74 on Wednesday night for its sixth straight win.Arkansas (6-1) led by as many as 22 points early in the second when the Rams (4-5) went on a 17-2 run to make things interesting. After a timeout to regain their composure, the Razorbacks came out refocused and reeled off 13 straight points to wrap up the win.There were nearly a dozen NBA scouts on hand to catch a glimpse of the 6-foot-11 Gafford, who’s largely viewed as a lottery pick. He played limited minutes in the first half due to foul trouble, but he found his rhythm after intermission. He added nine rebounds and three assists.Isaiah Joe kept up his torrid shooting by contributing 14 points. The freshman guard was coming off a 34-point outing against Florida International that earned him the Southeastern Conference basketball player of the week honours.The Razorbacks’ bench came up clutch by outscoring the Rams by a 38-7 margin. Jalen Harris had 12 assists, quite a few leading to dunks.J.D. Paige and Kendle More each scored 16 points for the Rams. Nico Carvacho scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds before fouling out.The Razorbacks basketball team gained a measure of revenge for the school. In September, the football team squandered an 18-point lead in a 34-27 loss to Colorado State. This time, they weren’t about to let a lead slip away.It was a rare visit to Fort Collins by an SEC men’s basketball team. This marked the first time since 2005 a team from that league played at Moby Arena.BIG PICTUREArkansas: Even when Gafford went to the bench with early foul trouble, the Razorbacks had plenty of players to pick up the slack. To think, the Razorbacks were selected 10th in the preseason SEC poll. Then again, in each of the last five seasons the team has eclipsed the preseason polls.Colorado State: First-year Rams coach Niko Medved had to like what he saw in the second half. On the verge of getting blown out, the Rams threw a scare at Arkansas.UP NEXTArkansas: Hosts Western Kentucky on Saturday in the first meeting between the two programs since 1974. The Razorbacks lead the series 4-2.Colorado State: Play the second of a three-game homestand Saturday against Sam Houston State.___More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25Pat Graham, The Associated Press
Share61 Tweet Email Sunday 25 Feb 2018, 8:55 PM A MAN HAS been seriously injured in a shooting in Dublin this evening.The incident occurred at 8.15pm at Moatview Gardens in Coolock. Gardaí and Dublin Fire Brigade paramedics are currently at the scene where the man is still being treated.His injuries are described as very serious.Gardaí appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to contact Coolock on 01 6664200, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any garda station.More to follow… Short URL 45 Comments 46,031 Views By Michelle Hennessy http://jrnl.ie/3872056 Man seriously injured in Dublin shooting Gardaí and Dublin Fire Brigade paramedics are currently at the scene. Feb 25th 2018, 8:55 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
News Facebook Twitter Ed Sheeran Is Shazam’s 2018 Most Discovered Artist ed-sheeran-j-balvin-are-shazams-most-discovered-artists-2018-so-far Sheeran’s “Perfect” is also the most discovered song of the year on the mobile music discovery appJennifer Velez GRAMMYs Jun 27, 2018 – 1:20 pm GRAMMY winner Ed Sheeran came into 2018 ruling the popular Billboard Hot 100 chart list and now it’s been revealed that he is also ruling charts on the music recognizing platform Shazam.The singer/songwriter’s smash hit, “Perfect,” is the most Shazamed song of the year through the end of June, according to Billboard. Sheeran is also the most Shazamed artist of 2018 so far. Shazam is a mobile app that lets users all over the world discover new music.Nicky Jam and J. Balvin’s “X” came in as the second most Shazamed track of 2018. Balvin is also the second most Shazamed artist followed by Drake, Dua Lipa and Kendrick Lamar.”Even though Ed’s album ÷ is now more than a year old, the songs from it continue to be Shazamed in large numbers,” Julian Marshall, Shazam’s global head of content said. “With some big releases incoming from Drake, Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande, and tracks like ‘X’ [by Nicky Jam and J Balvin] still in our worldwide top 10, it’ll be interesting to see if he’s still top of the charts at the end of the year.””Perfect” is on Sheeran’s latest album, ÷ (Divide), which beat out Coldplay’s Kaleidoscope EP, Lana Del Rey’s Lust For Life, Imagine Dragons’ Evolve, Kesha’s Rainbow, and Lady Gaga’s Joanne for the Best Pop Vocal Album at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Email Ed Sheeran, J Balvin Are Shazam’s Most Discovered Artists Of 2018 So Far
Share your voice Update, May 7: This product was publicly revealed at the 2019 Google I/O developer conference. Read more about the the Google Nest Hub Max here. Story originally published March 29 follows.Google has a track record of products leaking early. Last year the Pixel 3 had photos and prototypes leak ahead of its launch. On Friday, Google accidentally leaked info on its store website about an unannounced device called the Nest Cam Max. On a page showing an illustration of a connected home, there’s a written description for the Google Home Hub that reads, “Everything looks and sounds great on Nest Hub Max’s 10-inch HD screen and stereo speakers.”Google accidentally shared info about the Nest Hub Max which seems to be a 10-inch smart display that combines a Nest cam with a Google Home Hub. Google The leak, which was first discovered by the site Android Police, also noted that the Nest Hub Max would include a built-in Nest Cam. Aside from another mention of it having Duo call support, there was no word on pricing or availability. At this time, it appears Google has removed all mentions of the device from its site.Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Walmart $199 Google Home Hub comes up big as a smart home control… See it Tags See It Now playing: Watch this: Preview • Here’s everything you need to know about the new Nest Cam Speakers 1 See It Dell See It $199 Comment Nest Cam Indoor CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Everything the Google Home Hub can do HP $157 4:45 Mentioned Above Nest Cam Review • This security cam watches over things when you can’t 14 Photos $199 Nest Google
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza. Photo: AFPBangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has earned a landslide victory in his local area Narail-2 constituency in the 11th national election by a big margin.Mashrafe got 274, 418 out of 284, 813 votes, as per the unofficial counting, and has been announced victorious.The closest contender of Mashrafe, standing on the ruling Awami League’s ‘Boat’ symbol, Jatiyo Oikya Front candidate AZM Fariduzzaman with ‘Sheaf of Paddy’ got 8006 votes. SM Nasiruddin of Islami Andolon got 2389 votes. It means Mashrafe got more than 96 per cent votes.Total votes of the Narail-2 constituency is 317, 844. Mashrafe’s share amounts to over 96 per cent.Winning the poll, Mashrafe became the second national cricket team captain after Naimur Rahman Durjoy to become an MP.Mashrafe had collected the nomination form of Awami League on 11 November and subsequently he was awarded the nomination by the ruling party. And thus, he became the first-ever sitting cricketer to try his hand at the national politics.The right-arm pacer is expected to lead the Tigers in next year’s World Cup in England.
GAYSTARNEWS- Embroiled in a lengthy legal battle, the English woman known only as QT, is trying to get a dependent visa after her wife got a job in Hong Kong in 2014.The pair married in a England in 2011. But because Hong Kong does not recognize same-sex marriage, QT is not eligible for a dependent visa.In 2017 she won a huge victory against the Immigration Department in the High Court. In September it ruled she should be entitled to a visa.But the Immigration Department quickly appealed the decision. The appeal hearing starts on 5 June.Ahead of the appeal some of the world’s biggest banks, law firms and Amnesty International applied to have a say in favor of the woman during the appeal. Hong Kong’s highest court has dealt a massive blow to a lesbian’s ongoing fight to win a spousal visa.The Court of Final Appeal ruled that some of the world’s biggest banks, law firms and Amnesty International could not contribute to the case and argue in favor of the woman’s visa rights. Major banks get behind gay couple fighting for partner visa in Hong KongBREAKING: Hong Kong court finally rules in favor of same-sex couplesLandmark court case for LGBTI equal rights has started in Hong KongRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/hong-kong-court-denies-lesbian-big-business-support-in-visa-case/ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Some of those banks and law firms included; AIG Insurance Hong Kong, Goldman Sachs, Linklaters and Morley Chow Seto.Big business denied a voiceBut on Monday the court decided those businesses and Amnesty International could not contribute to the appeal.Law firm Davis Polk and Wardwell, is representing the coalition of banks and law firms.The firm’s spokesperson said the coalition was ‘disappointed’. But also the decision could have implications on the kind of employment talent Hong Kong attracts.‘Hong Kong faces strong competition from other international financial cities in the region and globally and the current immigration policy risks putting Hong Kong behind other jurisdictions,’ he told South China Morning Post.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .
Hellenic Bank said on Monday that Sunday’s vote at the parliament which paved the way for the completion of the deal with the Co-op puts an end to the insecurity of recent months, marked by massive deposit withdrawals by the customers of the government-owned lender.With the completion of the deal, subject to shareholder and supervisor approval, “Hellenic Bank’s balance sheet will be considerably strengthened while the considerable reduction of the non-performing loans ratio and other synergies will lead to a reduction of the risk in the balance sheet and to a more robust banking entity,” Hellenic said in an emailed statement.Lawmakers approved on Sunday the extension of government guarantees to Hellenic Bank to shield it from potential impairments resulting from the acquisition of Co-op assets, in accordance with the terms negotiated by the two banks.In addition, the parliament passed bills designed to expedite the reduction of non-performing loans, a condition set by the European Commission’s competition watchdog.Co-op customers withdrew €2bn in deposits in the first three months of the year on concerns about the bank’s capital adequacy after it made little progress in reducing its stock of non-performing loans. Depositors also continued to withdraw savings from co-operatives in recent weeks on fears the parliament could block the deal with Hellenic.Hellenic’s market share in performing loans will more than triple to 22 per cent while its share in deposits will increase from 12 per cent to 30 per cent, Hellenic said. The non-performing loans share is expected to drop from currently 52 per cent to around 25 per cent with the coverage ratio remaining at 60 per cent. The net loans to deposits ratio is expected to be less than 50 per cent, allowing the bank to extend more loans.With the completion of the deal, the second largest company acquisition after Bank of Cyprus was forced to acquire the operations of the Cyprus Popular Bank in 2013, “both the Hellenic Bank and Co-op customers will be part of a larger, healthier and dynamic organisation which will offer them a wide range of improved banking services,” Hellenic said.“For the time, there will be no change for Co-op customers concerning their transactions,” Hellenic, the only major Cypriot lender which survived the 2013 banking crisis without resorting to a bailout or bail-in, said. “Hellenic Bank will inform them timely in the case of future changes.”You May LikeObsevDon’t Do This At Any Job Interview, Even Though You Probably Think It’s SmartObsevUndoHomeToGoBest Vacation Home Deals in the USAHomeToGoUndoModernize Solar QuotesHomeowners Rush To Claim Rebates From The GovernmentModernize Solar QuotesUndo Fresh case of Blue Nile virus in northUndoBritish woman who claimed gang-rape taken to courtUndoFrom space heroes to artists: women written out of historyUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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