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Euro 2020: Didier Deschamps offers Ousmane Dembele update ahead of Portugal match Football Queens Club Final: Matteo Berrettini beats Cameron Norrie in final to win title Formula 1 Football by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikePhotoStickHow To Back Up All Your Old Photos In SecondsPhotoStickUndoMicrosoftBring your desktop to life with Bing WallpaperMicrosoftUndocio.comUnlocking the Success of Digital Transformation with Active Intelligencecio.comUndoHere some cricket fantasy tips to make your own team for Dream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE (CTL vs KCC Dream11 Team Prediction)ECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE: CTL vs KCC Dream11 Team PredictionECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE Match DetailsMatch: Catalunya vs Kings CC (CTL vs KCC)Date: Oct 30 2020Time: 3:00 PM IST, Live on FancodeECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE Streaming detailsECS T10 Barcelona 2020 will be streamed on the Fancode App in india and worldwide on the European Cricket Network’s YouTube channel.Also Read: Dream11 ECS T10 Barcelona 2020 Live: All you need to know Full schedule, squads ,date, India timings and live streaming details, ResultsECS T10 Barcelona 2020 CTL vs KCC My Dream11 Playing XIsCatalunya CC: Saqib Latif, Naveed Aslam, Muhammad Armghan Khan, Muhammad Safdar Khan, Nisar Ahmed, Ali Azam, Syed Rizvi, Syed Khawar, Mujahid Ali, Yasir Ali, Mohammad YasinKings CC: MD Shofi Ahmed, Jubed Miah, Shakil Mia, Sofiqul Islam, Shahedur Rahman, Hussain Aminul, Moynul Islam, Tahed Ahmed, Moshiur Rahman, Saqib Muhammad, MD RahulECS T10 Barcelona 2020 CTL vs KCC My Dream11 TeamJubed Miah (captain), Saqib Muhammad (vice-captain), Mohammad Yasin, Muhammad Armghan Khan, Ali Azam, Shahbaz Shaukat, Shahedur Rahman, Muhammad Safdar Khan, Shakil Mia, Tahed Ahmed, Saqib LatifECS T10 Barcelona 2020 CTL vs KCC full squadsCatalunya CC: Zeeshan Ahmed, Muhammad Rafique, Muhammad Asif, Zahid Javed Butt, M Asghar, Zeeshan Riaz, Mubashir Ali, Mohammad Yasin, Naveed Aslam, Muhammad Armghan Khan, Muhammad Safdar Khan, Saqib Latif, Nisar Ahmed, Ali Azam, Syed Rizvi, Syed Khawar, Mujahid Ali, Nadim Hussain, Abdul Awan, Pavan Kumar, A Javeed, N Arif, Rauf Zaman, Sharique Agha, Shahbaz Shaukat, Yasir AliKings CC: MD Saiful Islam, Ripon Alom, Shemu Ahmed, Miah Jakir, Ajamal Naseri, Moshiur Rahman, Saqib Muhammad, MD Rahul, Shahedur Rahman, MD Shofi Ahmed, Hussain Aminul, Moynul Islam, Tahed Ahmed, Ripon Ahmed, Sovon Najmul Huda, Moyez Uddin, Foyez Ahmed, Sadikur Rahman, Kamrul Islam Foysol, Jubed Miah, Shakil Mia, Sofiqul Islam CTL vs KCC ECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE: Dream 11 Catalunya vs Kings CC Dream11 Team Prediction, Team Squads, Match Prediction, CTL vs KCC at 3:00 PM IST October 30 FridayECS T10 Barcelona 2020 LIVE between Catalunya vs Kings CC CTL vs KCC Dream11 Team Prediction).last_img read more

HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) 2003 Annual Report

first_imgHF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2003 annual report.For more information about HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke)  2003 annual report.Company ProfileHF Group Limited formerly (Housing Finance Limited) is a financial services group with interests in mortgage lending, corporate and retail banking, property development and a bancassurance business. Its product and service offering ranges from transactional banking products to financial services for micro-enterprises, group banking, agricultural and small-to-medium enterprises. HF Group offers asset finance services, micro-credit loans and loans for anything from solar water heating systems to mortgage finance. The company also has interests in developing and selling residential houses and offers insurance agency services. Formerly known as HF Group Limited, the company changed its name to HF Group Plc in 2017. Its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. HF Group Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchangelast_img read more

60 Years of Rugby World: Rugby in Pictures

first_img“The hardest thing was the defensive aspect (Bath lost 82-6). Union has learnt so much from league and it has had a huge impact. We couldn’t get to grips with the defensive stuff. We were all absolutely blowing because it was so different and if you speak to the league boys they will say the same about the game at Twickenham (Bath won 44-19).Code cracking: Jon Sleightholme breaks away from Jason Robinson (Getty Images)“It is a different type of fitness to what you are used to. In the league game we were really struggling to get back into alignment, we were all over the place. At half-time we said, ‘We can’t learn this, let’s play our stuff like we would in union’.“It was a lot better in the second half but I am sure Wigan took their foot off the gas a little bit. We just tried to play union against them but they were physical specimens.“It was a heck of an experience and it broke down the barriers between the two games which had been there for over 100 years. There was massive respect from us and I think it came back in the other direction.”New Zealand’s 1998 Women’s World Cup winFormer Black Ferns flanker Melodie Robinson: “This was a super special event because it was the first time we were officially selected to represent New Zealand at a Rugby World Cup. Even better it was in Amsterdam, which was a location none of us thought we’d ever get to, let alone play rugby there.“We had an official wardrobe, just like the All Blacks, and these massive Canterbury Rugby coats that looked like sleeping bags. A photographer was following us around to catch every moment and we were in a hotel out in the sticks with the Welsh team, who were super fun.Winning line-up: The Black Ferns perform the anthem at the 1998 World Cup (Getty Images)“But most importantly we were ruthless in our attitude. Training was as intense as games. We were playing attractive, wide rugby, with tries aplenty.“We beat England in the semi-final. Then came the very physical, muscular USA in the final. You don’t ever remember much when you’re playing a very intense match. Even when the whistle goes and you’ve won, your emotions are numbed. Numb because there was so much emotion in the build-up to this very moment.“When you win, it takes a while to set in and then it hits when you see yourselves in the paper or you get home to congratulations from your family.”Argentina’s third-place finish at the 2007 World CupArgentina shook up the whole rugby landscape at RWC 2007. First they beat France in the opening pool game and then they triumphed over the hosts in the bronze medal play-off to finish third at the World Cup.Delight: Argentina captain Agustin Pichot celebrates finishing third at RWC 2007 (Getty Images)Pumas fly-half Juan Martin Hernandez told World Rugby recently: “France 2007 was incredible. Beating France at home was a start, but the team had been growing steadily in the previous four years.”Their success at that tournament paved the way to them joining Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in the Rugby Championship.New Zealand’s 2011 World Cup winFormer All Blacks captain Richie McCaw: “We were on the ground for an hour or so (after the final whistle), got cold, and went into the changing room and that’s when I thought, ‘Man, I’m absolutely exhausted’.Tiredness hits: Richie McCaw with the NZ coaches after winning the 2011 final (Getty Images)“We had to walk back across the field to get to the press conference. I was with Steve Hansen and said, ‘Mate, I’m gonna need a drink or something because I’m going to fall over here’. It didn’t hit me for an hour. Once it did I realised how exhausted I was and what we’d achieved.” History makers: Toulouse players with their trophies after the 1996 Heineken Cup final victory (Getty Images) Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 60 Years of Rugby World: Rugby in PicturesRugby World magazine celebrates its 60th birthday this year and the celebratory edition features players past and present recalling significant moments in the history of the game.Here is a taste of the ‘Rugby in Pictures’ content – pick up a copy of the magazine for more – plus a couple of additional moments we wanted to highlight.South Africa’s 1969-70 tour to the UK and IrelandFormer Springboks No 8 Tommy Bedford: “There wouldn’t have been many rugby tours like that. You had to try to cope with (anti-apartheid) demonstrations, which was completely foreign. I had tried to warn the South African team and they had never experienced it and they thought it wouldn’t be a problem. I said, ‘Hang on chaps, I have seen demonstrations for three years here in the UK (as a student)’.Boks protest: An anti-apartheid march on their way to Twickenham (Getty Images)“My great regret about that tour is, as a South African having spent years in the UK and being able to travel, that sort of freedom and broadening of outlook that we were denied in South Africa, was denied. I’d have liked 30 Springboks to come back to South Africa with a similar experience (of the UK) to what I had.“If we had come back having been broadened in our outlook all sorts of things might have been broadened. That was the great tragedy and the game staggered on. It took a whole lot longer to get things done.“On that tour you felt the whole world was against you – instead of being outward looking you became inward looking and that is one the big disappointments for me.”New Zealand’s 1987 World Cup winFormer All Blacks hooker Sean Fitzpatrick: “It was an opportunity for us to get people back watching rugby. We trained at schools and really took the game back to the locals.Middle man: John Drake, Sean Fitzpatrick and Steve McDowell at RWC 1987 (Getty Images)“We got billeted in the Wairarapa. We played Argentina in the last pool game in Wellington and Brian Lochore (coach) said we are going to head to my home village and have a few pints in my local pub.“We went into the pub and it was full of all the locals then Brian said, ‘Fitzpatrick and (Richard) Loe you are with the Murphy family’. We are like, ‘What?’ We had to go and stay with them for two nights – it was bloody fantastic.”FIND OUT WHAT’S INSIDE RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITIONTriumph: Emile Ntamack lifts the first Heineken Cup trophy (Getty Images)Toulouse’s Heineken Cup win in 1996Toulouse made history on 7 January 1996 when they beat Cardiff 21-18 – thanks to a Christophe Deylaud penalty in extra-time – to win the first-ever Heineken Cup.The French giants have gone on to lift European club rugby’s biggest prize a further three times but what really stands out from their inaugural triumph is the trophies.Each player received an individual gong to go with the main trophy (see top image), which looks very different to the modern version!Bath v Wigan cross-code challenge in 1996Former Bath and England wing Jon Sleightholme: “It was a very strange build-up. We played Leicester at the weekend in the old Pilkington Cup final and played the rugby league game three or four days after.“We had very limited preparation. Clive Griffiths came to do some league sessions with us but we couldn’t do a great deal and after winning the cup final against Leicester, the boys celebrated in style until Monday.center_img Memorable moments in rugby history, including the recollections of players themselves LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSlast_img read more

Global Anglican commission to tackle interreligious tensions

first_img Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Washington, DC Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Curate Diocese of Nebraska Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Cathedral Dean Boise, ID The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Submit a Job Listing Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Primates Meeting, Tags Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Bishop Mouneer Anis addresses Anglican Primates in a video message from CairoPhoto Credit: EAMC[Anglican Communion News Service] A new global commission to “bring mutual understanding and build trust where there is ignorance, fear and hostility” between different faith groups has been launched Oct. 6 at the Anglican Communion’s Primates Meeting in Canterbury, England.The new Anglican Inter Faith Commission had been requested by members of the Anglican Consultative Council when they met in Lusaka last year. Primates from 33 Anglican provinces heard how the new body had now been established.Bishop of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa Mouneer Anis will chair the new group, which will meet for the first time in Cairo in February next year. He addressed the primates in a video message filmed in his diocese’s new media centre. Each province in the Anglican Communion has been invited identify suitable members of the commission.“Building on the strong foundations laid by the Network for Inter Faith Concerns (NIFCON), the Anglican Inter Faith Commission . . . will work both internationally and in regional groups across the Anglican Communion, in the first instance to gather research into the engagement of Anglicans with people of other faiths,” a spokesperson for the commission said. “It will look at both the challenges and the opportunities of inter faith dialogue, of working together with other faith communities for the common good and of witnessing to and sharing the love of God with others.“The commission will listen carefully to the experiences of Anglicans in all the provinces and will seek to identify good practice which can be shared throughout the Communion. It will then develop regional and thematic work streams which will seek to enrich the life and ministry of the Anglican Communion worldwide in its relationships with people from faith backgrounds other than Christian.”At a press conference in a building overlooking Canterbury Cathedral, at the end of the Primates Meeting,  Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said that “the issues of interfaith strain, stress, even conflict, are global, they are generational and they are ideological.”He said that the new commission “will bring together the wisest people across the Communion to work on this area in the places of highest tension with the aim of replacing diversity in conflict with diversity in collaboration.”The commission would operate at “different levels,” Welby said. “There is a very strong emphasis on operating at a global level, but also at provincial and regional levels . . . because different levels face different issues of conflict between faiths, or of tension between faiths, and potential conflict; and opportunities for collaboration between faith groups depending upon whether Christians are a majority or minority in the area, or what the other faith groups are in the area, and so on.“It will look at both issues around the theology of our differences and how we handle those, and also practical application of working together.”The secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Josiah Idowu-Fearon, told ACNS that at a time of “ever increasing influence of extremists . . . among the major religious communities in a significant number of our provinces, this Inter Faith Commission and its objectives are a welcome and timely step in the right direction.“This is an opportunity for the Anglican Communion to play its role in every part of the world where we are present.”Speaking at the press conference, he added: “particularly in parts of the world where Christians are a minority, with this Anglican commission, the minority status will now have something bigger to look up to. It means when that country speaks there are 165 other countries speaking through that local representation.” Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Tampa, FL Rector Albany, NY Rector Bath, NC In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Anglican Communion, Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Submit an Event Listing Featured Jobs & Calls AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York center_img Ecumenical & Interreligious, Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Pittsburgh, PA Director of Music Morristown, NJ Press Release Service The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Posted Oct 6, 2017 Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Rector Knoxville, TN Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Submit a Press Release Global Anglican commission to tackle interreligious tensions Rector Belleville, IL Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Primates Meeting 2017 Rector Shreveport, LA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Collierville, TN Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Martinsville, VA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Youth Minister Lorton, VA Featured Events Rector Hopkinsville, KYlast_img read more

EDF Energy Cup Final – Ospreys vs Leicester

first_imgWednesday Apr 16, 2008 EDF Energy Cup Final – Ospreys vs Leicester A superb all-round performance from James Hook inspired the Ospreys to a fine victory in the EDF Energy Cup final against Leicester at Twickenham.The fly-half had a hand in both Ospreys tries, setting up Andy Bishop for the opening touchdown on 22 minutes before finding Alun Wyn Jones on 47 minutes.Hook converted both scores, as well as kicking over three penalties.Leicester never settled in the game, with all their six points coming in the first half from the boot of Andy Goode.The victory avenged the Ospreys’s 2007 final defeat by Leicester and was the perfect response after their disappointing loss to Saracens in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup last weekend. 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Final round of the Gallagher Premiership hit by a second match cancellation The final round of the Premiership lost the Worcester-Gloucester match on Tuesday and now Bristol versus London Irish is off. EDF Energy Cup Final – Ospreys vs Leicester | RugbyDump – Rugby News & Videos RugbyDump Home RugbyDump Academy Store About Contact Legal Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Categories Latest Great Tries Big Hits & Dirty Play See It To Believe It Funnies Training Videos Player Features RugbyDump Home RugbyDump Academy Store About Contact Sitemap Categories Latest Great Tries Big Hits & Dirty Play See It To Believe It Funnies Training Videos Player Features Legal Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Sign In Username or Email Password Stay logged in Forgot password Thank you for registering Click here to login Register Register now for RugbyDump commenting & enewsletter. * Required fields. 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Chicago teachers suspend heroic strike

first_imgSept. 15 rally. Photo: CTU Local 1On Sept. 18, the Delegates Assembly of the Chicago Teachers Union announced the suspension of the one-week strike. The union membership will vote to ratify the contract over the next two weeks according to CTU president, Karen Lewis.Sept. 17 — The Chicago teachers’ strike, which began on Sept. 10, has been extended to allow more discussion of a tentative deal worked out this past weekend between the Chicago Teachers Union and the Chicago Public Schools.According to some CTU Delegate Assembly members, the deal didn’t go far enough in settling some of the issues that sparked the walkout.One unsettled issue, in particular, is that the CPS wants to shift students into charter schools — non-unionized for the most part and therefore cheaper to run — and consolidate neighborhood schools whose enrollments have declined.There are already 96 charter schools in Chicago. The union states that Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to expand that number by eliminating 20 percent of the current 681 schools in the CPS.The CPS would be allowed to use standardized testing to evaluate teachers. Under some proposals for this testing, it would consume 20 to 25 instruction days a year. The deal also doesn’t put enough limits on the power of principals to hire whomever they want.Important issues, with national implicationsThese are some of issues that led the CTU Delegate Assembly, with 800 elected members representing all work sites, to decide to spend a proposed two days talking to members each delegate represents, while the strike continues.CTU President Karen Lewis said, “This union is a democratic institution, which values the opportunity for all members to make decisions together. The officers of this union follow the lead of our members. The issues raised in this contract were too important, had consequences too profound for the future of our public education system and for educational fairness for our students, parents and members for us to simply take a quick vote based on a short discussion.” (ctunet.com, Sept. 16)Emanuel’s immediate response to the extension was to announce that the city would seek an injunction forcing the CTU back to work, since it was striking over demands that included class size and resources, not legally permitted under Illinois law. Cook County Judge Peter Flynn stated that the earliest day for an injunction hearing if there is no settlement is Sept. 19.The fundamental issues that transcend the CTU strike — poverty-stricken communities and the nationwide drive to privatize education — reflect the current global crisis of capitalism, including the drive to maximize profits at the expense of human needs like education.Since teacher unions are the main obstacle to this privatization and the huge profits that will flow from this process, a whole multibillion-dollar industry has grown up around testing students and using the results to “flow through” to the evaluation of teachers.Of course, all parents want the best education possible for their children, and teachers are an essential part of this process. But even the best teacher can’t overcome stifling hot or freezing classrooms, leaky windows, no textbooks until weeks after school starts, no libraries, no music or art instruction, no physical education — all issues the CTU has raised numerous times with the people of Chicago.Even if the CTU Delegate Assembly approves the contract and the teachers go back, the membership will still have to vote on accepting it.Solidarity from other unionsThe struggle in Chicago to defend public education from the attacks of a Democratic mayor, who was the chief fundraiser for the Democratic Party’s national campaign until last week, has drawn widespread support. Hundreds of unions all over the country have passed support resolutions and made contributions to CTU’s strike fund.The Boston teachers union stands out. Even before the CTU struck, it contributed $1,000 to the CTU’s strike fund, according to a post on the American Federation of Teachers’ Peace and Justice listserv. But when Emanuel claimed at a press conference in early September that they had settled without a strike, BTU took out a full-page ad for $6,000 to rebut him in the Chicago Sun-Times.The ad pointed out that the BTU does not have the right to strike, a right denied most teacher unions. It said, “Thank you for mentioning our contract settlement, which came about as a result of a mutually respectful conversation between the parties. Perhaps you can learn from us — and begin to treat your own teaching force with the same respect.” (Boston Globe, Sept. 14)Maria Elena Durazo, leader of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, spoke on the CTU strike, stating, “No one knows more about teaching than teachers. Politicians and other so-called education experts think they know more about educating children than the professionals who are in the classroom every single day. Some politicians want to blame teachers for a poorly funded public education system. We hope the strike is resolved as quickly as possible. In the meantime the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor is sending $10,000 to support teachers as they continue to fight for public education.” (ctunet.com, Sept. 13)The CTU held a large, Wisconsin-style support rally in Union Park on Sept. 15, which drew over 30,000 people, not only parents and members of other Chicago unions but also busloads of teachers from Madison and Milwaukee, Wis. After the rally, the protest marched through the West Side communities of Chicago.Bob Peterson, president of the Milwaukee Teachers Education Association, started his speech with “Greetings from the state where teachers lived to fight Governor Walker to the city where teachers are standing up against Rahm Emanuel.”He went on: “At the time [of the Wisconsin protests in 2011] visiting teachers from Chicago came up to me and said, ‘You teachers in Wisconsin are our heroes.’ And today I come to say to you, ‘You teachers in Chicago are our heroes.’ You demanded that public education be a priority for the city, not privatized charters, not private voucher schools, not turnaround schools but public schools.” (examiner.com, Sept. 15)Lewis gave the final speech. Obviously tired and angry, she said, “I am tired of billionaires telling us what we need to do for our children as if they love our children more than we do.” One of the most prominent members of Emanuel’s school board is the extremely wealthy, hotel heiress Penny Pritzker.Lewis challenged the school board and City Hall — along with the Bill Gates Foundation and the Broad Foundation, which push business-administration graduates with no teaching experience into education leadership — to turn off their air conditioners and face the same environment as teachers when they’re working in Chicago schools.She asked, “I want to know why when we ask for textbooks and materials on the first day, on the first day when children walk into a building, that somehow we are being unreasonable. I want someone to tell me why that is.” (examiner.com, Sept. 15)Lewis reminded the audience that the CTU was still on strike and that the agreement they had with the CPS was just a framework.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

SundaySky Launches Configurable Video Solutions for Better Healthcare, Financial and Banking Customer Experiences

first_img Pinterest Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 16, 2021 Local NewsBusiness SundaySky Launches Configurable Video Solutions for Better Healthcare, Financial and Banking Customer Experiences SundaySky’s new configurable video solutions allow digital marketers to start from a pre-defined video experience strategy based on their industry, their goals, and the associated messages and content topics that achieve their goals and drive customer behavior change. Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Previous articleClub Brugge hit by virus cases ahead of Europa League matchNext articleAmpio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to Present at Upcoming Investor Conference Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter TAGS  last_img read more

[Full Video] Senior Advocate Indira Jaisingh Speaks on “Freedom Of Religion And Secularism”

first_imgTop Stories[Full Video] Senior Advocate Indira Jaisingh Speaks on “Freedom Of Religion And Secularism” LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK12 April 2021 4:53 AMShare This – xWatch NowCaucus & IQAC, Hindu College presentsCompass 2021A Conversational SeriesSenior Advocate Indira Jaisingh Speaks on”Freedom OF Religion And…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginWatch NowCaucus & IQAC, Hindu College  presentsCompass 2021A Conversational SeriesSenior Advocate Indira Jaisingh Speaks on”Freedom OF Religion And Secularism”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9M0dGIjWDn4Next Storylast_img read more

Connecting Veterans To Valuable Services

first_imgNavigating veteran benefits can sometimes be a daunting task, but local veteran service officers are ready to help.These officers answer questions, advise in decision making, and help identify benefits from various federal, state, county and local resources. In addition, they assist in filling out claims along with representation and presentation at veteran affairs hearings.Trained and accredited by the VA or another recognized organization, veteran service officers provide assistance to veterans, their dependents and survivors, along with help in the following areas: compensation and pension; health care; education and training; employment; burial and survivor resources; housing; transportation; and military records.If you, or someone you know is a veteran in need of assistance in our area, click here to get in touch with our local veteran service officers. For more information on Indiana’s Next Level Veterans resources, click here.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

November Climate Summary

first_imgThe colder temperatures that blanketed the state in the last half of the month were accompanied by rain, but overall November was fairly dry. The dry conditions in northern Georgia at the beginning of the month delayed planting of winter annuals and small grains, but helped with the harvest of cotton and peanuts.The highest precipitation total recorded by a National Weather Service reporting station was 3.93 inches in Alma (1.45 inches above normal), and the lowest was in Columbus at 1.79 inches (2.31 inches below normal). Savannah received 2.51 inches (0.14 above normal); Athens received 2.42 inches (1.40 below normal); Brunswick received 3.17 inches (1.14 above normal); Augusta received 1.82 inches (1 below normal); Atlanta received 1.87 inches (2.23 below normal); and Macon received 3.37 inches (0.05 above normal).Record rainfall amounts were reported at Macon on Nov. 26, with 1.36 inches surpassing the old record of 1.16 inches from 1992. Alma received 2.6 inches on the same date, breaking the old record of 1.83 inches set in 1926. Brunswick received 1.61 inches on Nov. 2 and 1.19 inches on Nov. 26, breaking old records of 1.25 inches set in 1979 and 0.71 inches set in 1926, respectively.Snow?Atlanta set a daily record for snowfall on the morning of Nov. 27, with 0.4 inches of snow reported at the airport. This is only the third time since records began that Atlanta has received measurable snowfall in November. The largest November snowfall ever observed in Atlanta was 1 inch on Nov. 11, 1968. The largest amount of snowfall reported by a Community Collaborative Rain Hail and Snow network observer was 0.3 inches in Douglasville in the same event on Nov. 27.The highest single-day rainfall from a CoCoRaHS network observer was 4.63 inches near Pearson in Atkinson County on Nov. 27. An observer near Calhoun in Gordon County reported 4.4 inches on Nov. 26. The highest monthly total rainfall was 9.73 inches, observed northwest of Ellijay in Gilmer County, followed by 7.94 inches measured near Dahlonega in Lumpkin County. Severe weather was reported on two days in November. All were reports of isolated wind damage to trees and mobile homes. The dry conditions in northern Georgia delayed planting of winter annuals and small grains, but helped with the harvest of cotton and peanuts.For more on Georgia weather, see the University of Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network website at www.georgiaweather.net. With record-breaking low and high temperatures, November’s climate report may offer a fair preview of this winter’s projected, erratic weather patterns. Overall, temperatures were below normal last month, but some cities like Macon and Augusta saw record highs, of 86 and 87 degrees respectively, in the middle of the month. Chilly turkey dayIn contrast, Georgians saw one of the coldest Thanksgivings in recent years. Macon and Augusta set records for coldest nighttime lows that evening, both with low temperatures of 21 degrees. In Macon, the previous record for Nov. 28 was a 22-degree low in 1938. In Augusta, the previous record low for Nov. 28 was also 22 degrees but set in 1903.Athens saw a record breaking low on Nov. 13 at 23 degrees, breaking the old record set in 1911 of 24 degrees. Athens, Macon and Augusta saw record lows on Nov. 14 (with 23 degrees, 21 degrees and 21 degrees, respectively). The Nov. 14 record lows surpassed a 25 degree observation made in 1969 in Athens, a 25 degree observation made in 1968 in Macon and 23 degree observation made in 1981in Augusta. In Atlanta, the monthly average temperature was 50.6 degrees (3.4 degrees below normal); in Athens it was 49.8 degrees (4 degrees below normal); in Columbus it was 54.8 degrees (2.5 degrees below normal); in Macon it was 52.3 degrees (3.6 below normal); in Savannah it was 58.7 degrees (0.6 degrees below normal); in Brunswick it was 60.7 degrees (1.1 degree below normal); in Alma it was 57.8 degrees (2.1 degrees below normal); and in Augusta it was 52.3 degrees (2.9 degrees below normal). Not much rainlast_img read more