New Delhi: It looked like the day once again belonged to the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) all-rounder Andre Russell after he hit a 27-ball 62 against the Delhi Capitals (DC). But DC opener Prithvi Shaw had other ideas as he hit a classy 99 to overshadow Russells knock. While one would expect the youngster to rue missing out on his maiden century in the IPL, Shaw was disappointed that he couldn’t finish the game on Saturday here for DC and it stretched into the Super Over before Kagiso Rabada sealed the deal. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh”I thought I missed the opportunity to finish the game for the team. Rather than scoring one run, I was looking to hit it big because I didn’t want the game to get this close. But the boys finished it off really well in the Super Over and I think we deserve this win,” he said. After going all-out in the initial part of the innings, Shaw looked to have calmed down and the opener said it was an idea that the support staff shared with him. “I spoke to my support-staff, Ricky Ponting sir, Sourav Ganguly sir, Praveen Amre sir and I figured out that I was going a little too hard early. After getting two fours in an over I was looking to do silly things. So I changed my plan and looked to take my time and hit along the ground,” he explained. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterShaw also felt that the pitch changed a bit towards the end of the DC chase and it was visible as Kuldeep Yadav almost turned the ball square. “I think the pitch changed a bit, the bowlers’ marks opened up and Kuldeep and Piyush were getting good turn. Batting became difficult for us because their slower ones were working quite well, but we were looking to pick the singles and doubles,” he said. Shaw sounded a warning bell as he walked into the dugout after the game. “I have ten more matches to come and I am hoping to continue with the same intensity in the rest of them as well and give my 100 per cent,” he added.
CALGARY — Shell Canada says the Quest carbon capture and storage project north of Edmonton has reached the milestone of four million tonnes of stored carbon dioxide, equivalent to the annual emissions of about one million cars.It says the accomplishment is ahead of schedule and has been attained at a lower cost than expected.Quest opened in 2015 and cost about $1.35 billion, backed with $745 million from the Alberta government and $120 million from Ottawa.The project was sold to Calgary-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. in 2017, along with most of Shell’s Alberta oilsands assets, but is still operated by Shell.The facility captures and stores underground about one-third of the CO2 emissions from the Shell-operated Scotford Upgrader, which turns oilsands bitumen into synthetic crude that can be refined into fuel and other products.Shell says Quest has stored more carbon dioxide than any other similar project in the world and is doing it at a higher annual rate.“Quest continues to show the world that carbon capture and storage is working, its costs are coming down and that Canadians are leaders in CCS,” said Shell Canada spokesman Michael Crothers, estimating that building and operating a similar project now would cost 20 to 30 per cent less because of lessons learned at Quest. Companies in this article: (TSX:CNQ)The Canadian Press
CALGARY — The National Energy Board has denied Chevron’s request to deem its refinery in Burnaby, B.C., a “priority destination” for crude shipped on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.The Canadian unit of Chevron Corp. brought the case before the regulator more than a year ago because it said it wasn’t been able to economically access enough crude for the 55,000-barrel-per-day refinery.The Trans Mountain line wasn’t able to accommodate all of the crude shipments its customers were demanding, which led to a conflict between refiners on both sides of the border over who should get first dibs.In order to be considered a priority destination, the NEB said Chevron had to prove it was unable to meet, or was at a substantial risk of not meeting, its minimum run rate and could not reasonably ensure its long-term viability.In reaching its decision, the board said Chevron had consistently met its minimum 40,000 barrel-per-day rate, and that it was up to the company to make sure it has enough supply options to stay afloat.As well, the NEB says Kinder Morgan has until the end of September to either change its procedures for allocating pipeline space or explain why they’re adequate.
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Speaking at a ceremony held over the weekend to launch the beginning of the 1382 Afghan school year, the Special Representative of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Lakhdar Brahimi, said the attacks against mostly girls’ schools were “unacceptable.” President Hamid Karzai and other senior Afghan officials also attended the ceremony held at Amani High School.”Neither the religion of Afghanistan, nor the culture, nor any tradition and certainly not the tradition of jihad, allow something like this to happen,” Mr. Brahimi said of the attacks carried out last year. He also said those who engaged in the vandalism were enemies of the people, religion and culture of Afghanistan.Mr. Brahimi called on Afghans “to unite against these destructive elements” who do not serving any principles recognized by the people of Afghanistan. He added that the UN was doing its best to help the girls and boys in Afghanistan to have access to education and expressed the hope that more would be done by all involved.
Congratulating China for its first successful manned space flight, the Secretary-General told a small delegation that included Beijing’s Ambassador to the UN, Wang Guangya, and Col. Yang Liwei, the astronaut, that it was a “great achievement” watched by all the Chinese people and people around the world.”Space travel always excites the imagination,” the Secretary-General said upon receiving the UN flag from Colonel Yang. “We in this organization have taken a very keen interest in space, particularly in the peaceful uses of outer space.”
Dollar General lifts offer for Family Dollar to about $9.1B, willing to divest more stores by The Associated Press Posted Sep 2, 2014 11:47 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. – Dollar General upped its bid for the rival Family Dollar chain and addressed an earlier roadblock, saying that it will more than double the number of stores it would shed to ease the antitrust concerns of its takeover target.The newest bid is worth $9.1 billion, or $80 per share, up from $78.50 per share in the previous offer.Family Dollar, based in Matthews, North Carolina, rejected the earlier bid in favour of a lower offer of $8.5 billion from Dollar Tree Inc., saying that regulators were less likely to stand in the way. Family Dollar said Tuesday that it has received Dollar General’s latest bid and will review it.Dollar General, the country’s largest dollar-store chain, says it would now divest as many as 1,500 stores, well above the 700 that it had originally agreed to, in order to sidestep any anti-monopoly actions that regulators might pursue.The Goodlettsville, Tennessee, company has also said it will pay a $500 million reverse break-up fee to Family Dollar Stores Inc. if the deal hits antitrust roadblocks.Dollar General Chairman and CEO Rick Dreiling said that a second antitrust review supported its prior bid, but that its offer was revised “to demonstrate the seriousness of our commitment.”The businesses of Family Dollar and Dollar General are more similar than Dollar Tree’s. The first two sell items at a variety of prices while at Dollar Tree, all items are a buck.Family Dollar has been looking for a lifeline after running into some financial stress, shuttering stores and cutting prices. In June one big shareholder, Carl Icahn, urged the company to put itself up for sale.Family Dollar acted one month later, accepting an offer from Chesapeake, Virginia-based Dollar Tree Inc. of $59.60 in cash and the equivalent of $14.90 in shares of Dollar Tree for each share held. The companies valued the transaction at $74.50 per share at the time. Including debt and other costs, Family Dollar and Dollar Tree estimated the deal to be worth approximately $9.2 billion.Family Dollar said its board is still supportive of a deal with Dollar Tree and that it won’t comment further on Dollar General’s revised offer until the board has completed its review.Shares of Family Dollar added 54 cents to $80.37 in premarket trading, while Dollar General’s stock gained 86 cents to $64.85.
Wearing dark blue, the colour of the UN Development Programme (UNDP), and orange, the UNiTE campaign colour, more than 20 top officials came together on the Roosevelt Island Soccer Field, close to the UN Headquarters on the East side of Manhattan.Players included the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Nicola Poposki, and two women members of parliament from Norway, Karin Andersen and Lene Vågslid. They were joined by the Ambassador of Austria to the UN and diplomats from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Liechtenstein and the United States. The orange team clinched the match 7-6.“Football is a global passion and a great way to win hearts and minds, conveying the message that ‘real men don’t hit’,” said Heraldo Muñoz, UN Assistant Secretary-General and UNDP Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, the match organizer and orange team captain, “Leadership and political determination are critical to end violence against women, and action and resources need to follow,” said UN Under-Secretary-General and UNDP Associate Administrator Rebeca Grynspan.“Governments must lead by example, showing zero tolerance to all forms of gender violence and adopting and enforcing laws to address and punish all forms of violence against women and girls, in line with international human rights standards,” she added.Ms. Grynspan kicked off the match with Lakshmi Puri, UN Assistant Secretary-General and UN Women Deputy Executive Director, using SOCCKET—a ball that generates electricity when kicked and exemplifies innovative solutions for inclusive, sustainable energy. “Let’s seize this opportunity to strike a goal against violence and for women’s rights and gender equality,” Ms. Puri said.Worldwide, up to 50 per cent of sexual assaults are committed against young women and girls under the age of 16. More than half of the 25 countries with the highest rates of female murders (femicide) are in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to Small Arms Survey’s 2012 report. Launched by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 2008, the UNiTE campaign calls for all countries to put in place strong laws, action plans, preventive measures, data collection and other systematic efforts to address sexual violence by 2015.
Marvel’s Cinematic Universe TV show has finally crawled out of the awkward opening stages and is now thankfully ready to show off some bad guys instead of more internal team conflict. Or, are the previews to be believed and Skye gets caught playing both sides by Coulson? Welcome back to our weekly Agents of SHIELD liveblog and discussion.Last week took us all over the place, emotionally and physically. It looked like Skye had betrayed everyone, only to show she was more dedicated to the cause than ever before. What everyone hoped would be the first real fact on The Rising Tide turned out to be a side story setup to reveal the origin story of Gravitron, a classic Marvel villain that we’ll likely see again either in a future episode or in one of the movies.This week it looks like Coulson and crew are playing a ground game against their faceless enemy, who will hopefully become more directly combative by the end of the episode. So far we’ve only seen the team fight for one potential hero, and it’s time to get back to that.We’ll be following along with the episode at 8PM (Eastern) with some live blog-style commentary. Feel free to chime in anytime during or after the show with your thoughts in the comments section.Ready to rock? Starting out with a magic trick that is a little more than illusions and sleight of hand. Fire!“Everything changed when the fire nation attacked…” – Sorry, wrong show!The woman in the flower dress, which not-so-coincidentally is the name of the episode, is clearly up to no good. She’s confirming his powers, asking odd questions. Oh, yep, she’s totally a bad guy. Sorry about your luck, fire guy. Person-napped.Battleship is totally for training. All the great spies play Battleship. Or something. Ward is really bad at this game, or is Skye cheating somehow?So SHIELD has been keeping tabs on fire guy. Whoa, the Index has been talked about. The list of heroes that SHIELD keeps an eye on. Not the same as the Hero Registry, which we’ll hear about later. Nice Verizon logo there, Marvel. So this was the Rising Tide responsible for the capture.Wow, Coulson and Ward were really quick to point fingers at Skye. It’s true that she’d probably have greater access to sensitive information like the Index. The lady in the flower dress wants to make fire guy stronger. She wants to turn him into Scorch, and wants to make him famous. Meanwhile, he just wants to be recognized as different. Easy to prey on someone like that. Hunting a hacker in the real world. Fortunately for him, paranoia seems to be an asset. Very Watch_Dogs move with the traffic lights for the getaway. Skye is still playing both sides, not good. So it looks like Skye is looking for something in particular by working with SHIELD. She seems to be what is keeping the Rising Tide from directly attacking SHIELD.Ouch. Busted. Coulson looks really pissed. The whole team has completely lost faith in Skye. Scorch is being injected with a special serum to boost his powers. His training outfit looks a lot like Tony Stark’s in Iron Man 3. Significant boost to his fire ability, indeed. Skye is in the holding cell, but it looks like no one really wants her there. The girl in the flower dress paid Miles to hack SHIELD and give her the information. The lady in the flower dress was responsible for Centipede from the first episode. His special ability keeps Extremis from exploding. Looks like they only wanted him for his blood platelets. “International. Well Financed. Interested in creating a super soldier.” What could possibly go wrong. Coulson is taking lead on rescuing Scorch, while Skye makes it clear that she joined SHIELD for something specific but not something necessarily negative. Using the lock detonator Coulson first used in the first Iron Man. “I love these things.”Scorch was saved by SHIELD, and he responds by attacking everyone. At least he juiced up with the super serum first so there was almost no way to survive. Wrong team, bro. Worth pointing out that there is a fire slinger in the Marvel Index named Scorch, but his mild mannered alter ego isn’t even close to the same thing as the guy we are seeing in this episode. Still, two villain origin stories back to back would certainly stack the deck against SHIELD emotionally for the rest of the season. May was completely unable to talk Scorch down. Meanwhile, Ward released Skye to help Coulson. Oh hey, the Night-Light gun is back in this episode! Too bad it didn’t do much against a wall of fire from Scorch. Most of Scorch’s body is, well, you know. It looks like he’s finally starting to figure out how to use it without burning himself, though. Just in time for May to trigger the Extremis explosion. Oh well, at lease the lab tech responsible for the guy in the first episode is gone. Hacker bro gets ditched in Hong Kong with a fancy tracker bracelet. He thinks Skye has changed, but she doesn’t seem to think that’s a bad thing. They are really going to stretch out this ending, making everyone suffer to see what Coulson does to Skye. Looks like She’s either going to spill everything or get kicked out. Skye has been looking for information on herself. She needs to figure out her own origin, and SHIELD is the last part of the paper trail. Looks like Skye gets a fancy tracker bracelet of her own now, but she’s still on the team. The episode wraps up with a private prison phone call between the woman in the flower dress and a quiet but dangerous looking individual. He is being asked to reach out to “The Clairvoyant” in order to complete the super soldier project. The woman in the flower dress had red flowers on her dress in the last scene, but white flowers through the whole rest of the episode. We’re wrapping up here, everyone. Have a good night!Read more on Agents of SHIELD…
Senior SA Labor sources say MP Leesa Vlahos and Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade Minister Tom Koutsantonis are likely to promoted in the Cabinet reshuffle on Monday.Premier Jay Weatherill has decided who he’ll have in the Cabinet and what portfolios they will get, moving away from the tradition of faction leaders choosing the ministers. “I’ve been asked to lead and that’s what I’m proposing to do,” he said. “I’ve determined who I want to have in the Cabinet … and which portfolios they’ll hold.”Tom Koutsantonis is seen by Labor insiders as likely to win a promotion. It is possible he will claim infrastructure responsibilities to pair with mining.The reshuffle comes as two senior ministers have left their portfolios. Patrick Conlon who covered the transport portfolio and Health Minister John Hill were thanked for their work by the premier this week. Well-regarded Water and the River Murray Minister Paul Caica has remained silent on speculation he also will stand down from Cabinet. His department suffered deep cuts in December’s mid-year Budget review.There is also doubt about the futures of Education and Child Development Minister Grace Portolesi, who has been damaged by the sex abuse in schools controversy, and Industrial Relations Minister Russell Wortley.Mr Weatherill would not comment on internal speculation he would cut Cabinet from 15 to 13 members.There is also speculation about the future of several long-standing Labor backbenchers, including Michael Atkinson, Frances Bedford, Robyn Geraghty and Steph Key. Preselection is to be complete by March.Mr Weatherill yesterday said that Labor needed to look to the March 2014 election and beyond.“We need to put a team in place but for the next five years,” he said. “I want a team that has the energy, the ideas and the enthusiasm to take this state forward.”Source: Adelaide Now Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Éoliennes offshore : un appel d’offres lancé en France dans 15 joursFrance – A l’occasion d’une visite des installations géothermiques de l’aéroport d’Orly, le ministre de l’Environnement a annoncé le lancement prochain d’un appel d’offres pour la construction de 600 éoliennes en mer. L’appel sera lancé dans une quinzaine de jours.Annoncé au mois de mai dernier, cet appel d’offres portera sur l’installation de 3.000 mégawatts (MW) d’énergie éolienne. Avec un coût d’environ 3,5 millions d’euros par mégawatt installé, le projet représentera un investissement de quelque 10 milliards d’euros.À lire aussiTransition énergétique : quel avenir pour le nucléaire et les énergies renouvelables en France ? RTE répondC’est à l’origine au début du mois de septembre que devait être lancé l’appel d’offres. Mais une concertation supplémentaire s’est avérée nécessaire pour définir la zone d’implantation des éoliennes. L’État définira une dizaine de zones propices à l’installation du parc, dans la Manche et la mer du Nord, au nord de la Bretagne, au large des Pays-de-la-Loire et de la région Languedoc-Roussillon.Les industriels intéressés devront déposer un projet comprenant un prix de revente à EDF de l’électricité produite. Ce prix est actuellement fixé à 130 euros/MWh par arrêté ministériel. Un niveau trop bas pour assurer la rentabilité des projets, estiment les industriels.Les entreprises sélectionnées se verront ensuite offrir un délai de 18 mois à deux ans pour définitivement confirmer la mise en œuvre de leur projet. Ce n’est donc pas avant 2015 que les premières éoliennes en mer verront le jour.Le 6 octobre 2010 à 15:24 • Emmanuel Perrin
BOSTON, MA — Emmanuel College celebrated its 97th Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 11, 2019, adding hundreds of graduates to the global network of Emmanuel alumni who are making their mark on the world. World-renowned presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin delivered the Commencement Address to the Class of 2019 and the more than 3,000 family members, friends and guests in attendance. The College also conferred an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters upon Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Sister Elizabeth Michaels ’46, SNDdeN, who served on the faculty at Emmanuel for 40 years.Wilmington students who graduated include:Caroline Briere, who received a Bachelor of Arts in a double major of Psychology with a concentration in Developmental Psychology and Sociology during the ceremony. Briere graduated magna cum laude.Stephen O’Brien, who received a Bachelor of Arts in a double major of Psychology with a concentration in Developmental Psychology and Sociology during the ceremony. O’Brien graduated magna cum laude.Heather Trites, who received a Bachelor of Arts in a double major of Political Science and Sociology during the ceremony. Trites graduated cum laude.About Emmanuel CollegeEmmanuel College, founded in 1919, is a co-educational, residential institution with a 17-acre campus in the heart of Boston’s educational, scientific, cultural and medical communities. Enrolling more than 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students, the College provides boundless opportunities for students to expand their worldview through rigorous coursework, significant internship and career opportunities throughout the Boston area and beyond, collaborations with distinguished and dedicated faculty, and participation in a dynamic campus community. Emmanuel’s more than 70 programs in the sciences, liberal arts, business, nursing, and education foster spirited discourse and substantive learning experiences that honor the College’s Catholic educational mission to educate the whole person and provide an ethical and relevant 21st-century education.(NOTE: The above announcement is from Emmanuel College via Merit.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Graduated From University Of Rhode IslandIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Mason & Ravagni Graduate From Becker CollegeIn “Education”4 Wilmington Students Graduate From Emmanuel CollegeIn “Education”
The Matanuska Susitna Borough school board has announced a replacement for outgoing school superintendent Deena Paramo. On Wednesday, the board offered the Borough’s top school administrator job to Gene Stone, who is currently the district’s assistant superintendent of instruction. Stone’s contract is for one year only.Download AudioStone has served in his current position since 2010. He has also been a principal at Palmer Junior Middle School. The school board is expected to approve Stone’s contact by June. His job starts July 1.
Three construction workers escaped death after they were saved as an under-construction building at the Gombak Terminal LRT Putra station in Kuala Lumpur collapsed early Thursday, reports Malaysian daily The Star.Kuala Lumpur Fire and Rescue Department director Nordin Pauzi said two of the victims, who were Indonesian nationals, were saved early this morning while a third, a Bangladeshi, whose hand was trapped in the rubble, was rescued six hours later.“He was found at 7:16am with his hand trapped in the rubble, we had to cut part of it in order to rescue him and take him to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for treatment.“The collapse was believed to have been caused by a weak structure but investigations are still being conducted.”The collapse involved the entry route into the parking area and construction work has been stopped for now,” he told reporters at the scene, reads the Malaysian English-language daily.Nordin said the department was still patrolling the area with tracker dogs (K9) for victims who may still be trapped under the rubble.Meanwhile, Fire Department Operations commander M Murugiah said an emergency call was received through the MERS 999 line around 1:15am, and a vehicle and 46 fire and rescue personnel from the Wangsa Maju and Gombak Selatan fire stations were rushed to the scene.
Related posts:Hear Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano rumble Costa Rica’s erupting volcanoes may help slow global warming Turrialba Volcano erupts again, raining ash over San José Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano sees new ash, gas explosions Facebook Comments Turrialba Volcano decided to celebrate the Annexation of Nicoya national holiday with a bang Monday. At 7:22 a.m., the volcano sent a column of ash, rock and steam3,000 meters high in its latest eruption.Volcanologists with the National University’s Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (OVSICORI) said winds would blow ash from Monday’s eruption across the Central Valley. Turrialba Volcano sits 50 kilometers east of Costa Rica’s capital, San José.Juan Santamaría International Airport in Alajuela is operating normally, according to Aeris spokeswoman Silvia Chaves.There were two “moderate” eruptions Sunday evening that each reached roughly 500 meters high. OVSICORI reported increased seismic activity at the volcano before Sunday’s eruptions.Turrialba Volcano has been erupting sporadically since October 2014.
August 29, 2008 We continue our report from 8/27/08 on construction of the new access ramp from the Visitors parking lot to the Crafts III Visitors Center. The crew of staff, workshop participants and volunteers is working on the upper most part of a six-stage zig-zag ramp. [Photo & text: sa] As part of the crew uses wheelbarrows to transports the concrete, another group distributes it evenly between the form and yet another team screeds, using the carefully surveyed surface edge of the form for guide. A large bull-float is used to smoothen the surface of the concrete. [Photo & text: sa] [from upper left] All of the concrete for this part of the ramp has been poured. Now the crew is fine-fishing the surface, as well as cutting grooves every 5 feet into the suface of the ramp. Carefully applied even strokes of a hard bristle wide broom roughens the surface and the last step is application of concrete sealant. The first step of the ramp is complete. See upcoming report on 9/3/08 for the next pour on another part of this ramp. [Photo & text: sa]
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