Previous articleFormer First Lady of Indiana Susan Bayh has diedNext articleHow to stay safe in extremely cold weather Network Indiana (Ryan Dorgan/The Elkhart Truth) The former vice president is getting a new role.Mike Pence will join Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, as a distinguished fellow.Heritage Foundation says Pence will advise its public policy experts on conservative issues, write a monthly column for its Daily Signal, and “help steer the future of conservatism.”Pence said in a statement the Heritage Foundation is a “flagship of the conservative movement” and he’s honored to join them. Facebook Twitter By Network Indiana – February 7, 2021 2 221 A new role for former Vice-President Mike Pence WhatsApp Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Pinterest
New Delhi: India’s mixed team registered its third consecutive win in their group E tie, beating the lower ranked Faroe Islands 5-0 in the World Junior Badminton Championships at Markham (Canada) here.The Indian shuttlers, who are just a tie away from entering the quarterfinals, will play their last group match on Thursday against Algeria.ALSO READ | Lok Sabha Election 2019: Chandrababu Naidu to hold talks with Deve Gowda to seal dealThe team management on Tuesday decided to rest Asian Junior Champion and World No. 3 Lakshya Sen, giving other players some required match practice before the crucial knockout phase.The men double pair of Manjit Khawairapam and Dingku Singh defeated Jonas Djurhuus and An M Jacobsen 21-11, 21-7, while Gayatri Gopichand, playing the women singles, downed Lena Maria Joensen 21-8, 21-7 rather easily as India took a 2-0 lead.In the men singles next, Kiran George beat Arant A MyRini 21-6, 21-7.ALSO READ | Srinagar freezes at sub-zero temperature, records coldest night of seasonThe women doubles duo of Aditi Bhatt and Tanisha Crasto then handed a 21-9, 2-19 defeat to Lena aria Joensen and Alma Mohr Pedersen and in the last rubber, Ashwini Bhatt and Saiprateek Krishnaprasad completed the formality by beating Jonas Djurhuus and Sissal Thomsen 21-7, 21-7 in mixed doubles in just about 15 minutes. For all the Latest Sports News News, Badminton News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Oroville >> The Corning boys took their second consecutive section title Friday night at Butte College with a 56-36 win over Gridley in the Northern Section Division IV championship.The win comes less than a month after the Cardinals lost 61-48 in Gridley.“We played like ourselves tonight, we showed up,” said Corning coach Kurt Wilkins. “The only way the season can possibly end well is to win a section championship and no other result is acceptable.”After a slow start, the Cardinals shots …
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… audrey watters Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#E-Books#web Related Posts E-Reading on Your MacIn July of last year, usability expert Jakob Nielsen studied reading speeds and user satisfaction, comparing the iPad, the Kindle, the PC, and the good old-fashioned paperback. Electronic versions of books were all found to be slower reads, but participants in the study said found the iPad, the Kindle, and the printed book to be pleasurable – far more pleasurable than reading on a computer.The Kindle app addresses some of this, perhaps, as it delivers the text in a similar way to other e-readers. But those in Nielsen’s study said they were less prone to read on their PCs as it reminded them too much of “work.” Furthermore reading on the computer really didn’t mimic the same sort of book-reading experience that e-readers had managed to capture.Have you downloaded the new Kindle app yet? And whether you have or not, do you think you’d find yourself reading books on your Mac as you would via other – dedicated or not – e-readers? Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… “Buy once. Read everywhere,” the Amazon Kindle advertises. And “everywhere” now includes your Mac, with the addition of a Kindle app for the new Mac App Store. The free app has quickly shot up the Mac App Store bestseller list. It’s number 3 for free apps at the time of publishing – not surprising since there are no other e-reader app competitors currently available. Even Apple has not put its e-reader app, iBooks, in the Mac store yet.Like the other Kindle apps – for iPhone, Android, iPad, for example – as well as the Kindle itself, the new app offers “Whispersync” so that your Kindle e-books are synced to the page you’re reading, no matter the device you’re using.The app also features most of the same features: you can bookmark, annotate, and of course, launch the Amazon store. Highlighting a word doesn’t bring up the integrated dictionary, however. And while the Kindle app doesn’t have that page-turning animation that iBooks boasts, there’s something about reading on the Mac that seems even less like flipping through a book. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Atlanta United 2 Minnesota United 3: Molino scores 96th-minute winner in thriller Sacha Pisani 09:28 10/4/17 Twitter: @ATLUTD Minnesota United scored twice at the death to ended Atlanta United’s eight-match unbeaten streak in MLS. VAR, a red card and a 96th-minute winner. Tuesday’s match had it all as Minnesota United shocked 10-man Atlanta United 3-2.MLS play-off bound Atlanta had goalkeeper Kyle Reynish sent off following a video review after Abu Danladi’s stunner put visiting Minnesota 1-0 ahead three minutes into the second half.But Atlanta were not hampered by their numerical disadvantage as quick-fire goals from Hector Villalba and Julian Gressel gave the hosts the lead, until substitute Christian Ramirez restored parity in the 90th minute and Minnesota team-mate Kevin Molino scored in the sixth minute of stoppage time. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. The defeat was Atlanta’s first at Mercedes-Benz Stadium as their eight-match unbeaten streak came to an end in stunning circumstances. [email protected] puts @MNUFC back in front, deep into stoppage time. #ATLvMIN https://t.co/DhKy2Pl8R5— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 4, 2017With the loss, Atlanta stayed third in the Eastern Conference and three points adrift of second-placed New York City, while fellow expansion franchise Minnesota remain ninth in the west.It was not until the second half that the contest in Atlanta came to life after a physical opening 45 minutes.What. A. Goal. @abudanladi9 for @MNUFC. #ATLvMIN https://t.co/o9sEYAmspK— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 4, 2017Danladi produced a moment of brilliance to silence the 43,185-strong home crowd, his shot riffling into the top corner of the net.Atlanta’s woes were compounded when Reynish was shown a red card for denying a goalscoring opportunity on the hour-mark following a video review.But Atlanta refused to surrender after Villalba reduced the deficit from outside of the penalty area in the 67th minute before Gressel struck five minutes later.THAT ball.THAT finish.2-1 @ATLUTD. #ATLvMIN https://t.co/4oyOBFQkO2— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 4, 2017Atlanta’s joy, however, turned to despair as Minnesota made the most of their numerical advantage at the death.Late drama saw Ramirez came off the bench to equalise in the final minute of regulation before Molino’s last-gasp header capped off a stunning night.Late drama. It’s 2-2. #ATLvMIN https://t.co/dpHnFHlhRq— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 4, 2017
zoom As containership deliveries dropped from the record 1.7 million TEU in 2015 to just 0.9 million TEU in 2016, the boxship sector could enter a new era of less robust fleet growth if deliveries remain at moderate levels, Clarksons Research said.The slowdown in boxship deliveries in 2016, alongside record levels of demolition, led to fleet growth of just 1.2% during the year, down from 8.1% in 2015. The volume of containership capacity delivered in 2016 was the lowest since 2004 and dropped by 46% y-o-y to 127 vessels of 903,662 TEU.Deliveries in 2016 were concentrated in the larger sizes, with 89% of delivered capacity accounted for by the 8,000+ TEU sector, the highest level on record. However, delivered capacity in the 8-12,000 TEU sector declined 53% y-o-y, while deliveries in the 15,000+ sector dropped by 50%.In the sub-8,000 TEU sector, deliveries declined 52% y-o-y to just 102,536 TEU in 2016, reflecting limited ordering in this size range in recent years, and overall in 2016 the sub-8,000 TEU fleet declined by 4.8% in terms of capacity.Clarksons Research said that current projections suggest that deliveries in 2017 may accelerate from 2016 levels, boosted by the surge in mega boxship contracting in 2015. Deliveries in the 15,000+ sector in 2017 are expected to be fairly similar to 2015 levels, which is likely to present continued challenges to operators managing capacity on the mainlanes.However, overall delivered capacity is projected to remain below the 2015 level, with very limited deliveries projected in the mid-size sectors. Deliveries into the smaller sectors are projected to rise y-o-y, although remain at a historically subdued level. In 2018, total boxship deliveries are projected to remain relatively steady y-o-y, Clarksons Research said.
OTTAWA — A Quebec First Nation has reached an agreement to settle 29 claims with the federal government and receive $116 million.The federal government also says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation to guide how the two sides will partner to work on issues including the recognition of rights, socio-economic development and self-determination.Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation is located near the Quebec municipality of Maniwaki, about 130 kilometres north of Ottawa, with more than 3,400 members.The members of the First Nation accepted a settlement for 29 claims within the town of Maniwaki and can request that 363 acres of land could be added to the reserve as part of the settlement, or approximately the size of 180 soccer fields.Indigenous-Crown Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says in a statement the announcement marks an important step to strengthen the relationship between the federal government and the community.In the same release, Frankie Cote, a band councillor with Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, said the settlement and agreement closes a chapter in the community’s history.“Together, we are moving away from the past where extinguishing rights was a requirement and moving on a path where we take our rightful place as an equal partner with Canada,” Cote said.The Canadian Press
Coke Studio celebrated Khan and his band of musicians set the evening on fire with sufi magic rendered in true Rajasthani folk style. The nomadic tribe of entertainers from Rajasthan Josh spun a web of magic by rendering the ageless sufi numbers Aaj Rang Hai He Maa Rang Hai Ree, Dama Dum Mast Kalandar to name a few. To the accompaniment of dhol, tabla, harmonium, manjira and castanets, ace musical maestro Khan’s rich and powerful voice soared high in the tradition of the Manganiyar musicians. The Manganiyar musicians have wandered since time immemorial across the deserts of Rajasthan, regaling royalty as well as the commoner with stories of Rajput valour and devotional Sufi songs, celebrating life and festivals. Khan and his band brought alive the flavour of Rajasthan with their earthy music and resonant voices. The desert and its hypnotic sounds held the audience in complete thrall and swept up the enraptured listeners into a magical realm. The magic of the evening was further enhanced by the grace of the gypsy dancer who kept up with the rhythmic sounds with her moves in rich and colourful gypsy attire. The audience swayed in tune to the music and the beats.
Kolkata: A section of intellectuals today castigated the ruling Trinamool Congress, the administration and the police, claiming that they have remained “silent spectators” while widespread violence is taking place in West Bengal during filing of nominations for next month’s panchayat elections in the state. Former state advocate general Bimal Chatterjee said unleashing of violence to ensure a walkover in the panchayat elections is nothing but incapacitation of democracy. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”Villagers are being subjected to violence and harassment. The leadership of the ruling party, the administration and the police are silent spectators,” social activist Miratun Nahar said at a press conference called by the intellectuals from various fields to protest incidents of attacks on opposition candidates and supporters.Stating that several of these intellectuals had stood up against violence against the people of Nandigram during the anti-land acquisition movement in 2007 against the then Left Front government in the state, theatre personality Bivas Chakraborty claimed that they are apolitical and have protested against any undemocratic activity. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedHe expressed apprehension as to what will happen during the three-phase elections in the first week of May, if so much violence is perpetrated during the nomination process.”It is very painful when those whom we had supported act like those who they have replaced and resort to undemocratic means to win elections,” said singer Pratul Mukhopadhyay.He said domination is ultimately not good for those who are perpetrating such acts, and these acts are more harmful for the perpetrators than those they are trying to dominate.”Ensuring a walkover by those in power in the state by preventing the opposition from filing nomination is not good.It amounts to incapacitation of democracy,” Chatterjee, who had been appointed advocate general by the present dispensation in the state and had resigned later, said.