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ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt thinks that these 10 teams have the best shot at reaching the College Football Playoff later this year.While there are certainly a number of crazy scenarios that could produce some unlikely College Football Playoff participants, it’s safe to say that there are really only about 10 teams that have decent chances at playing in the competition later this year. ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt broke it down last night for his “1 Big Thing” on his nightly show.Van Pelt believes that Alabama, Clemson, Louisville, Washington, Oklahoma West Virginia, Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Michigan are the teams with realistic chances. He also expressed his desire to see the event include more teams in the future. Are there any other teams Van Pelt is missing? Maybe Washington State or Oklahoma State?
NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide and head coach Nick Saban celebrate thier win after the AllState Sugar Bowl against the Clemson Tigers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)Alabama entered the 2018 college football season as the No. 1 team in the nation. After one game, the Crimson Tide still hold the title of America’s best college football team among coaches and Associated Press members.Louisville couldn’t do anything to slow down the Tide during Week 1, though there were plenty of story-lines from the game – namely among Alabama’s quarterbacks. Tua Tagovailoa got the majority of snaps and looked like a Heisman Trophy candidate.Where does that leave Jalen Hurts? Well, according to a new report, Hurts and Nick Saban have come to an agreement that will preserve some of the quarterback’s eligibility.According to Aaron Suttles of the Athletic, Hurts will redshirt unless Tua gets injured.Our own @AaronSuttles tells us expect Jalen Hurts to be redshirted this season unless Tua is injured. @3ManFront pic.twitter.com/xthD6kKr8P— Pat Smith (@patsmithradio) September 7, 2018As per the NCAA’s new rules for the 2018 season, Hurts must play in four or fewer games to retain his redshirt. After seeing action against Louisville last weekend, Hurts has three games remaining.The national title-winning quarterback graduates in December and can transfer to play for another program.
Press Trust of India August 19, 2019UPDATED: August 19, 2019 22:44 IST Gurpreet Singh Sandhu is the 26th footballer to win the Arjuna Award (@IndianFootball Twitter)Indian football team goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu on Monday hoped his Arjuna Award will serve as an inspiration to those trying to make a career out of football in India.Gurpreet is the 26th footballer to win the Arjuna Award.Gurpreet, who spent his formative years in the All India Football Federation’s (AIFF) Centre of Excellence in Goa, holds the distinction of being the only Indian to have played in the UEFA Europa League (qualifier).He achieved that feat while playing for Norwegian club Stabaek in June 2016, and he is also one of the youngest ever to captain India.”I am thrilled and honoured to be named for the Arjuna Award. I want this recognition to serve as an inspiration to everyone playing the sport in the country. My joy will then be complete,” Gurpreet said.Gurpreet is the fourth goalkeeper since its inception to have been named for the award, the previous ones being Subrata Paul (2016), Brahmanand Sankhwalkar (1997) and the late Peter Thangaraj (1967).AIFF president Praful Patel congratulated Gurpreet on being conferred the award.”Gurpreet’s composure has been such a remarkable hallmark in Indian football in recent years. You fully deserve this award. We are extremely proud of you. Keep the flag flying high. Congratulations,” Patel said.General secretary Kushal Das said, “Gurpreet epitomises the new breed of an Indian footballer. He started under the AIFF youth development set-up, moved to Europe where he improved himself as a player, and is now a role-model for so many youngsters. He is a deserving recipient.”advertisement”This is also an award of recognition for Indian football.”Over the years, Gurpreet has emerged as one of the Blue Tigers’ top performers. He has also represented India at U-19 and U-23 level.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Gurpreet Singh SandhuFollow Indian football teamFollow Arjuna Awards 2019 Next Want my Arjuna Award to serve as inspiration to everyone playing football: Gurpreet Singh SandhuGurpreet Singh Sandhu is the fourth Indian goalkeeper since its inception to have been named for the Arjuna Award, the previous ones being Subrata Paul (2016), Brahmanand Sankhwalkar (1997) and the late Peter Thangaraj (1967).advertisement
The public is invited to attend the launch of the public Wi-Fi at Emancipation Park in Kingston, on Friday (March 22), from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.The project, which is being executed by the Universal Service Fund (USF), is the seventh public Wi-Fi hotspot to be launched in Jamaica and will be commissioned by the Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Hon. Fayval Williams.Marketing and Public Relations Manager at the USF, Deleen Powell, told JIS News that the Wi-Fi should be able to accommodate at least 200 persons at any given time.“The Wi-Fi initiative of the USF has been a response to the trends that we have noticed islandwide and across the world,” she noted.Miss Powell pointed out that 10 or 15 years ago, persons would use the Internet on a desktop or laptop computer, but everyone is now mobile and can access the Internet once they have a smartphone.“Our goal is to have at least one public Wi-Fi hotspot in each parish,” Miss Powell said.Persons attending the launch can participate in an exhibition showcasing the products and services of the USF as well as those of the USF’s partners.Miss Powell said there will also be prizes, giveaways and entertainment, highlighting that the launch will conclude with a concert.Public Wi-Fi is now available in Half-Way Tree; downtown Kingston; Olympic Way in Kingston; Devon House, Kingston; the Cecil Charlton Park in Mandeville, and in Junction, St. Elizabeth.In the meantime, Miss Powell said that the Fund is inviting persons to provide feedback to the USF on the Wi-Fi hotspots across the country, so that they may continue to improve on the service.The USF, an agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology, was established in 2005 with the mandate to impact Jamaica by ensuring universal access to the Internet. Story Highlights The project, which is being executed by the Universal Service Fund (USF), is the seventh public Wi-Fi hotspot to be launched in Jamaica and will be commissioned by the Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Hon. Fayval Williams. The public is invited to attend the launch of the public Wi-Fi at Emancipation Park in Kingston, on Friday (March 22), from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Marketing and Public Relations Manager at the USF, Deleen Powell, told JIS News that the Wi-Fi should be able to accommodate at least 200 persons at any given time.
APTN National NewsThe Legislative Assembly of Nunavut just passed some major changes to their Integrity Act.The changes make it difficult for senior civil servants to blow the whistle on politicians who behave unethically.APTN’s Kent Driscoll has the story.Kdriscoll@aptn.caTwitter: @kentdriscoll
6 November 2008The United States rock singer and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Goodwill Ambassador Joel Madden has voiced concern for the thousands of children in the Central African Republic (CAR) whose lives are threatened by tainted water diseases after completing his first visit to the impoverished, strife-torn country. “To come here and see these children dying just because they don’t have clean water to drink, I can’t accept that,” Mr. Madden said after his first mission as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.Touring the country with his brother Benji, a fellow member of the band Good Charlotte, Mr. Madden’s trip included visits to the capital Bangui, as well as some of the remotest villages of CAR. Visiting Sam Ouandja, a town near the border with Sudan’s Darfur region that has been attacked by rebels twice in the last year, Mr. Madden learned of the plight of the local children in a town where nearly 50 per cent die each year due to water tainted diseases. “Without access every day to clean water sustainable development is impossible; returning to villages for displaced people is just a dream,” said Mahimbo Mdoe, a UNICEF official in the CAR. “We are facing a huge infrastructure deficit and we are struggling to get more and more support.”CAR suffers from one of the worst child mortality rates in Africa, with one in five children not living to see their fifth birthday. The maternal mortality rate has also reached 1,355 per 100,000 mothers and the prevalence of HIV/AIDS – estimated at 6.2 per cent of population – continues to wreak havoc as well. UNICEF has made continued efforts to provide safe drinking water in CAR, with the UN agency last year supporting water projects, including the repair and drilling of hundreds of wells for people living in conflict-affected areas. Through such programmes, all prefectures affected by violence in the north of the country now have access to UNICEF-sponsored water, sanitation and hygiene schemes. With many gaps still remaining in access to safe drinking water, Mr. Madden called on the CAR Government to spend more on water. He also issued a plea to leaders of developed nations to become more active in helping fund solutions to prevent deaths. “Every day children in CAR are dying from preventable diseases caused by a lack of safe water,” said Mr. Madden. “The good news is that we can stop this now.”
Gunawardena was arrested by the CID after he was extensively questioned over the incident. A police Sub Inspector (SI) and two other policemen were also arrested over the same murder. Mohammed Shyam, 35, a businessman involved in the footwear industry residing at Sagara Road in Bambalapitiya was killed on 22 May.His body was found in Dompe after he was reported missing. (Colombo Gazette) Former DIG Vaas Gunawardena was further remanded today by the Colombo Magistrate over the murder of a Muslim businessman from Bambalapitiya.The Colombo Magistrate ordered that he be remanded till July 9 and also ordered that his wife appear in Court over the same case.
Private Rashid Zahidi, a member of the Moroccan contingent serving with the UN Organization Mission in the DRC (MONUC) was detained by elements belonging to the Union des Patriotes Congolais (UPC) on 2 September in the Ituri region of the country, where fierce ethnic and factional raged fighting last year. He was released yesterday.In a statement issued by his spokesman in New York, Mr. Annan agreed with a communiqué from the Transitional Government that such an act constituted a flagrant violation of undertakings signed by the leaders of armed groups in Ituri.He “calls on all concerned to recommit themselves to bring the Ituri peace process back on track,” the statement added.Mr. Annan expressed appreciation to the Transitional Government for its cooperation, and to his Special Representative for the DRC, William Lacy Swing, and other MONUC officials for their efforts to obtain the soldier’s release.
US home construction jumps in February In this Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016, photo, a “Sold” sign sits in front of a house under the final stages of construction in Plano, Texas. On Wednesday, March 16, 2016, the Commerce Department reports on U.S. home construction in February. (AP Photo/LM Otero) by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Mar 16, 2016 6:44 am MDT Last Updated Mar 16, 2016 at 2:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – Construction of new homes rose in February to the highest level in five months, but applications for new construction were weak for a third month.Housing starts rose 5.2 per cent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.18 million units, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday. Construction had fallen in January in December, declines that had been blamed in part on winter weather.Applications for building permits, a gauge of future activity, fell 3.1 per cent to an annual rate of 1.17 million units after a flat reading in January and a drop in December.The decline in building permits, unless reversed, could signal future trouble in an industry that was a bright spot for the economy last year.But Bricklin Dwyer, an economist with BNP Paribas, said the slump in building permit applications should only translate into a brief construction slowdown given the solid fundamentals supporting housing.“We see a resilient labour market as supportive of a continued slow and steady housing recovery and low housing inventory should continue to bolster residential construction ahead,” Dwyer said.For February, construction of single-family homes rose 7.2 per cent to an annual rate of 822,000 units. Construction in the smaller apartment sector edged up a slight 0.8 per cent to a rate of 356,000 units.Regionally, construction activity plunged 51.3 per cent in the Northeast but showed strength in all other regions. Construction rose 19.9 per cent in the Midwest, 7.1 per cent in the South and 26.1 per cent in the West.The National Association of Homebuilders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index held steady at 58 for March. Readings above 50 indicate more builders view sales conditions as good rather than poor.Sales of new homes surged 14.5 per cent last year to 501,000, marking the strongest year for this segment of the housing market since 2007.Economists are forecasting another good year for housing as strong employment gains led more people to decide to purchase homes. Strength in home construction was a pillar of growth for the economy last year.
ATLANTA, Georgia — Josh Donaldson is heading to Atlanta.The Braves announced Monday they had signed the former Blue Jay and 2015 American League MVP to a one-year deal worth US$23 million, a salary that matches what the third baseman made during a forgettable 2018 season.The move also reunites Donaldson with former Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos, who was hired as Atlanta’s GM and executive vice president last November. Donaldson, hampered by shoulder inflammation and calf issues, played just 36 games for Toronto in 2018 and was traded to the Cleveland Indians on Aug. 31.He finished the year hitting .246 with eight homers and 23 RBIs between the two teams.The Canadian Press
High-scoring game, lots of emotions and action brought us the north-German derby between HSV Hamburg and hosts Fuchse Berlin. The game was won in the last second of the match, as Hans Lindberg scored against Petr Stochl, after Igropulo made a foul over Nilsson for the 7-meters. The “Foxes” hadn’t lost since the first round, and their only second defeat this season came at the hands of HSV Hamburg. Half-time lead of three goals was not enough to contain HSV Hamburg, who outrun Fuchse Berlin in the second half for a final win of 33:32. Hans Lindberg led the guests with 12 goals, while Fredrik Petersen had 8 goals for the home team.THW Kiel kept the three-point distance to the second team after winning in Goppingen, while Hannover-Burgdorf bounced back from the German Cup defeat and won convincingly at home over Lemgo.Scores: Goppingen 31:35 THW Kiel, Fuchse Berlin 32:33 HSV Hamburg, Hannover-Burgdorf 33:26 TBV Lemgo BerlinFuchse BerlinGoppingenHamburgHannoverHans LindbergHSV HamburgigropuloKiellemgolindbergnilssonstochlTHW Kiel ← Previous Story SEHA (Round 8): HC Zagreb win squeaker against HC Vardar Next Story → Germany and Denmark will host Men’s IHF World Championship 2019!
After nightmare experience in Szeged last weekend, FC Barcelona Lassa managed to get back on the winning road by beating RK PPD Zagreb in anothe away challenge – 32:24 (16:11). This time was much easier for Xavi Pascual boys, who had only short crisis at the beginning of the second half, when Zagreb led with new coach Zlatko Saracevic decreased gap on -2 – 18:20.Time-out of Barca’s bench solved all the problems…PPD ZAGREB – BARCELONA LASSA 24:32 (11:16)PPD ZAGREB: Skok 10 saves, Kastelic 1 save; Ž. Marković 6, Mrakovčić 1, Lučin 1, Božić – Pavletić, Vori 3, D. Marković, Horvat 2(1), Šušnja 4, J. Valčić 3, T. Valčić, Ravnić 1, Hrstić, Vuglač 1, Bičanić 2. BARCELONA LASSA; Perez de Vargas 13 saves, 1 goal, Ristovski; Tomas 6, Entrerrios 3, Sorhaindo 2, Arino, Rivera 7(1), N’Guessan 2, Syprzak, Borges 2, Mem 7, Morros, Lenne, Palmarsson 2, Abello, Jallouz. STANDINGS: 5.Szeged8413241:2289 1.Vardar8710219:18815 8.PPD Zagreb9027220:2642 6.Kristianstad8125204:2394 3.Rhein-Neckar8431240:21711 7.Wisla Plock8026213:2372 2.Barcelona9522272:24512 ← Previous Story GERMANY: “BLACK THURSDAY” for THW Kiel and Rhein Neckar Lowen Next Story → Vote for World Handball Coach 2017 until December 7 4.Nantes8512231:22211 EHF Champions LeagueFC Barcelona LassahandballRK PPD Zagreb
AN IRISHMAN HAS died after falling from a balcony in Italy.The 24-year-old from Sandycove, Dublin was working in Naples as an English teacher.The incident happened over the weekend.It’s understood that he initially survived the fall but later died of his injuries.The Department of Foreign Affairs is providing consular assistance to his family.Read: Part of ancient fresco stolen from Pompeii>Read: Italy prepares mass funeral for 38 killed in coach crash>
If you want to know one of the reasons why Nokia has lagged behind Apple and other mobile phone manufacturers in the recent past, you might want to take a look at what the company’s executives did with their summers.Adam Greenfield, who used to be an employee with the company from 2008 to 2010, told Bloomberg that when it came to decisions needed during the summer they were generally put off until September. The problem was that beginning in mid-July many executives ran off to summer cottages. This delay in the ability to make quick decisions could have been a key reason many of Nokia’s top-end smartphones have been delayed. It may also be one of the reasons that Nokia’s market share has dropped from 50.8%, before the iPhone began shipping, to 30.8% today.To help turn the tide, Nokia brought in Stephen Elop, former head of Microsoft’s business division, back in September as the company’s new President and CEO. Elop took little time to shake things up by announcing a new partnership with Microsoft in February which would make Windows Phone the primary operating system om Nokia phones going forward. Prior to the partnership, Nokia’s primary mobile operating system has been Symbian while the company has also explored the MeeGo OS for high-end smartphones with the first such device planned for later this year.While it is believed the new Microsoft deal was a lucrative one for Nokia, investors have been less than optimistic. Shares of Nokia have dropped 25% since the Microsoft deal was first announced making the total decline of Nokia’s stock since the iPhone was first shipped 70%. Unfortunately, Elop may see things get a bit worse before they get better. In the wake of news that executives slowed decisions due to summer vacations, Elop must now soon face unions who have previously won Nokia workers four weeks of summer holiday.Read more at Bloomberg, via SAI
31 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3316946 Share3 Tweet Email1 Anti-Brexit campaigners dressed as customs officers protest outside Stormont this week. Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesTHE ANSWER TO the question of whether Britain’s exit process from the European Union is revocable is simple: it just depends who you ask.British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted after triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty on Wednesday that it was a “historic moment from which there can be no turning back”.But hours later European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said the clock could in theory be reversed, if only with the approval of the other 27 member states.“If the UK now changes its mind it can’t do it alone, all the other member states of the union have to decide if they can do it or not,” Italy’s Tajani said.The apparently contradictory remarks reflect a political and legal ambiguity about whether Britain is saying goodbye forever.The once obscure and now famous Article 50 is frustratingly vague on this issue, as on most others.It says merely that “a Member State which decides to withdraw shall notify the European Council of its intention.”It then adds: ”If a State which has withdrawn from the Union asks to rejoin, its request shall be subject to the procedure referred to in Article 49,” referring to the section for fresh applications to join the bloc.Britain’s Supreme Court said in January that it was “common ground” that the notice was “irrevocable and cannot be conditional”, although it was not ruling on that subject but on parliament’s supremacy.The European Commission appears to be agree, but only on the surface.“Once triggered, it cannot be unilaterally reversed. Notification is a point of no return,” it said in a statement on Article 50 on Wednesday.But this appears to leave open the possibility suggested by Tajani that the other 27 EU states could agree to let it reverse the notification.‘Can’t be forced to leave’The European Parliament mentions the possibility of revoking Article 50 in a resolution on Brexit that it intends to pass next week, if only to say that a “revocation of notification needs to be subject to conditions” so it cannot be “abused in an attempt to improve the current terms of the UK’s membership”.A leading EU legal expert said that all the work on creating Article 50 nearly a decade ago had been focused on making it a smooth process for a country to exit, and that Brussels officials believed it was irreversible.“But it was admitted that it could be considered that it is reversible in exceptional cases,” added the expert, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of his position.The author of Article 50, John Kerr, who in a piece of historical irony is British, had the same idea.“An Article 50 notification is not irrevocable,” he told the House of Lords in February.If, having looked into the abyss, we were to change our minds about withdrawal, we certainly could and no one in Brussels could stop us.Jean-Claude Piris, a former director of legal services at the European Council who is now a consultant, agreed.“If the British authorities said ‘I don’t want to any more’, you can’t force a member state to leave,” he told AFP. “My theory is that in this case you would return to the status quo.” Prime Minister Theresa May (right) and Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meet at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Glasgow this week. Source: PA Wire/PA Images‘Quite punchy’ Ultimately, the question is a legal one.Politically there appears to be little will in Britain at the moment to defy the result of a referendum that, however much of a shock, is uncontested.But Jolyon Maugham, a British lawyer who has launched legal action in Ireland in a bid to force the European Court of Justice to rule on whether Britain can reverse Article 50, says that could still change.“It is just quite punchy to assert that the political mood will remain static,” he said.There is quite compelling evidence that people are changing their minds about the cost of Brexit for them.- © AFP 2017Read: A ‘vanishing’ congressman, a mysterious White House visit: The latest twists in the Trump/Russia sagaRead: Ivanka Trump taking on unpaid White House job By AFP 12,796 Views Apr 1st 2017, 7:30 AM Saturday 1 Apr 2017, 7:30 AM Explainer: Britain has triggered Article 50 – but is it reversible? It depends who you ask – but here’s what the experts think… As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Balajinagar: Local Corporator Pannala Kavya Reddy (BJP), along with party workers, celebrated the scrapping of Article 370 by the Centre, which converts Jammu and Kashmir into a Union Territory. They distributed sweets in KPHB Colony III Phase.Among those who took part in the celebrations following the Centre’s decision were BJYM official representative Preetam Reddy, Haribabu, Guruprasad, I Narsing, Dasari Ramesh, Krishna Mudiraj, Ramakrishna, Sainath, Vikuntam Tirupati Reddy, Koteswara Rao, Vaneeth, Srinu, Ravi, Yadi Reddy, M Srinu, Raji Reddy, Chinna, Naveen, Vijay, Sudha, Bharathi, Subba Rao, Varalakshmi, Durga, Revathi, Balasaraswathi, Sulochana, Saraswathi, Sunny, Eshwar and Kishore.
The United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) for India and Bhutan had decided to jump-start the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by launching a creative campaign and involving 17 schools in the Delhi-NCR region. An art exhibition titled ‘#ARTisTRY4SDG’ involving 17 schools was inaugurated by Louis-Georges Arsenault, Country Representative, UNICEF and Deepak Mittal, Managing Director, Sonalika ITL, the CSR partner of the exhibition, in the presence of Shyam Sharma, eminent artist and Rajiv Chandran at The Indian Habitat Centre on March 2 in the national Capital. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The students had been provided with canvases and paints and were guided with workshops explaining the goals, by the UN. Shyam Sharma on interacting with the students, praised the artworks and said, “The concept of this community project is very unique. These paintings have a good amalgamation of simplicity, spontaneity, art and unique ideas. It is simplicity that is the speciality in children. This project is helping ideate developments among children through visual art.” Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe focus of this art exhibition lies on the 17 goals to transform the world, through artistic interpretation of the SDGs by the artworks of the students from the 17 selected schools, who were asked to translate their creative vision of one SDG onto a painting. These painted canvases will be on display at the India Habitat Centre till March 23 to pass on the SDG messages to the wider public.“If there is one goal that needs to be met in the next 15 years in India, it is that all Indian children must have access to reasonably good education up to grade 10 and 12,” said Louis-Georges Arsenault. He also spoke about the problems of sanitation and gender inequality in India and how the youngsters can change the society gradually. The 17 participating schools are American Embassy School, Amity International School (Saket), Andhra Education Society, Bal Bharati School (Ganga Ram Hospital Marg), Convent of Jesus and Mary, Delhi Public School (Gurgaon), Kendriya Vidyalaya (Gole Market), Kendriya Vidyalaya (Pragati Vihar), Modern School (Barakhamba Road), N P co-ed Sr Secondary School (Lodhi Road), Rajmas School, St Columba’s School, Springdales Schools (Pusa Road), Step by Step School, Tagore International School (East of Kailash), The British School and Vasant Valley School. “We contacted 17 schools in Delhi, during December and surprisingly all of them agreed to take part. As I wanted a mix, we have got government schools, international schools, and ethnic language schools participating. “The children have explained the SD goals far better than what we see in academics and conferences. The voices of young people always go ignored, but the UN decided to listen to the voice of the youth, hence we came up with this show. We are also going to launch an essay competition for school and college students next month,” said Rajiv Chandran.
It’s not just dogs, but cats can be your furry friends too. If you got one, understand how to maintain their nutritional requirements to ensure a healthy lifestyle for cats, say experts. Lack of proper knowledge about the essential nutrients required for their diet can be detrimental to the cat’s health and growth. Experts have shared some key points to keep in mind while selecting the right food: Cats have unique nutritional needs: Nutrients such as taurine should be included in their diet as they are unable to produce sufficient amounts naturally. A deficiency in taurine can result in a number of conditions in which their heart and eye health can severely suffer. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfCats need more protein: Adult cats require approximately 44 per cent more protein than adult dogs. If protein intake is inadequate, the cat will start to break down its own body protein to meet its energy requirements. This high protein must also be accompanied by essential amino acids, essential fatty acids and vitamins such as A and D. Cats are picky eaters: It is necessary to provide cats with an exciting mealtime experience. While complete nutrition is extremely important for cats, it is equally important to delight their senses through differently shaped kibbles and delicious aromas. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveCats enjoy small meals: Unlike dogs, cats are nibblers and enjoy many small meals throughout the day. Hence, it is important that the food is nutritionally balanced and provides the right nutrients in adequate amounts. Cats cannot survive on a vegetarian diet: Cats are obligate carnivores, hence it is impossible to meet their requirements with a vegetarian diet. Cats also have different nutritional requirements and different ways in which their body assimilates nutrients hence cat food formulated by nutritionists addresses these unique needs.
April 30, 2018 — The acquisition of biomedical equipment company Esaote SpA’s share capital was completed on April 19, the company recently announced, by a consortium of leading Chinese investors. The consortium is composed of major companies in the medical and healthcare technology sectors, as well as investment funds with significant experience in this field.As a result of this change in ownership, Esaote said it will be in a stronger position and have the opportunity to accelerate its development plans, and in particular its growth projects in China. In addition to its current worldwide presence, Esaote said it will also benefit from the widespread distribution networks of the new shareholders, and from the distribution of the consortium’s main products in the international markets in which Esaote operates.The consortium is composed of:Private equity fund Yufeng Capital;Wandong, China’s largest listed medical equipment manufacturer;Shanghai FTZ Fund, China’s first Free Trade Zone fund;Tianyi, an investment group focused on the healthcare sector;Yuyue, the holding company of the largest homecare medical equipment manufacturer in China; andKangda, OEM manufacturer and distributor of medical imaging equipment.Under the agreement — whose terms and conditions remain as announced on Dec. 7, 2017 — Esaote will continue to operate as an independent international company, with its headquarters in Genoa, Italy, and research and development and production centers in Italy and the Netherlands.For more information: www.esaote.com News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. 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News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more