Zola confirms Chelsea watching Bournemouth striker Wilsonby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveGianfranco Zola has confirmed Chelsea’s interest in Callum Wilson.The Bournemouth striker has scored nine goals across all competitions this season, with reports stating the Blues were contemplating a move for the 26-year-old.And speaking before Chelsea take on Bournemouth in the EFL Cup quarterfinal, Zola said the club were interested in the England international.”I’m sure that there are a lot of players that are linked with us,” the Blues assistant said.”Certainly Callum Wilson is doing very well for his club and he is of interest, not just for us, but for many.”He’s strong, fast, and he sees the goal. I like him because he’s quick, but also strong in the air, which is a very important quality.”But I don’t want to go too much into it. He’s doing very well. I’m pleased for him. He has a lot of qualities that can take him a long way.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
Moto G7 to launch in India soon: Expected price, features and all you need to knowMotorola will launch the G7 in India on March 25, as suggested by its social media teasers. The G7 has already launched in Brazil a few months ago and will be a competitor to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro in India.advertisement Amritanshu Mukherjee New DelhiMarch 20, 2019UPDATED: March 22, 2019 08:11 IST HIGHLIGHTSThe G7 sports a 6.2-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a waterdrop notch. The Moto G7 is built around a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 chipset.The G7 Plus gets 12-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual camera system.Motorola launched its 2019 range of Moto G series phones in Brazil last month. The company announced four models under the Moto G7 moniker, of which the Moto G7 Power made it to India a few weeks ago. The Moto G7 Power launched at a price of Rs 13,999 and offered a big 5000mAh battery. However, Motorola is set to launch the other G7 models in India and the next model being prepped up for launch is the Moto G7. The company has already started teasing the model and will launch it on March 25.Motorola is currently promoting the G7 with regards to its design and software features. The Moto G7 carries forward the same glass-metal construction from the Moto G6 from last year. There’s a 3D curved glass body with a dual camera setup situated at the back. The company is also flaunting the new waterdrop notched display up front. Since Motorola phones run on a fairly clean version of Android, the company will be offering Google Lens on the phone as well.Moto G7 specificationsThe Moto G7 is a successor to the Moto G6 and is meant to cater to consumers seeking for a midrange smartphone under Rs 20,000. The Moto G7 is built around a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 chipset. It comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. In typical Motorola fashion, the G7 runs on an almost stock version of Android 9 Pie and will come with Motorola’s custom enhancements such as Moto gestures and shortcuts.The G7 sports a 6.2-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a waterdrop notch on the top. When it comes to the camera, the G7 Plus gets 12-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual camera system but loses out on the Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) from the G7 Plus. For selfies, there’s an 8-megapixel camera at the front. The G7 is kept alive by a 3000mAh battery and is expected to offer a full day’s stamina.advertisementMoto G7 expected price in IndiaConsidering the aggressive pricing for the Moto G7 Power launched a few weeks ago, we expect the standard Moto G7 to come in India between Rs 15,000 – Rs 17,000. At this price, the G7 has a lot of competition from other established brands.The Redmi Note 7 Pro even at Rs 16,999 offers better value when compared to the Moto G7. The Note 7 Pro has a superior Snapdragon 675 chipset and a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 primary rear camera. Samsung’s new Galaxy A30 and galaxy M30 are also strong competitors to the Moto G7. The Nokia 6.1 Plus at Rs 14,999 also offers an Android One experience with a slightly more powerful chipset.ALSO READ | Moto G7, G7 Plus, G7 Power and G7 Play launched: Price, Specifications and everything you need to knowALSO READ | Moto G7, G7 Plus, G7 Power and G7 Play unveiled, to start from Rs 19,000 approximatelyALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2: Brain goes against brawnGet 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 byAmritanshu Mukherjee Tags :Follow MotorolaFollow androidFollow smartphonesFollow Lenovo
zoom Tug Fairmount Glacier has towed pipelay-vessel Castoro Sei to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, from where the vessel will start her seasonal activities on the North Sea. The Fairmount Glacier hooked-up with Castoro Sei in Genoa, Italy.The Castoro Sei is a 28,000 ton DWT 152 meters long semi-submersible pipelay-vessel operated by Italian Saipem. For her towage from Genoa towards Rotterdam the Fairmount Glacier was mobilized from Las Palmas.The convoy reached Gibraltar within six days. For the next part of the voyage, including the passage of the English Channel, the Fairmount Glacier was assisted by tug Salviceroy.Despite the bad weather encountered offshore Portugal on the Atlantic, the convoy made progress and continued towards its destination. Upon arrival Rotterdam the Castoro Sei was towed inside and safely moored.Fairmount, March 18, 2014
Tehran: Iran’s conservative press Tuesday mocked the EU’s position on a 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by Washington, accusing Germany’s foreign minister of exhibiting both impotence and high-handedness during talks in Tehran. Since US President Donald Trump quit the agreement in May last year, the European Union has repeatedly renewed its own commitment and pledged to reward Iran’s compliance with the sanctions relief promised under the deal. But its failure to find an effective mechanism to enable its firms to continue doing business following the reimposition of US sanctions has left Tehran increasingly frustrated. And strong criticism by the EU last month of Iran’s decision to retaliate by declaring itself no longer bound by some of its commitments has sparked further anger. Also Read – ‘Hong Kong won’t rule out Chinese help over protests’The ultra-conservative Javan newspaper ran a front-page cartoon depicting Foreign Minister Heiko Maas wearing a swastika armband, sporting a toothbrush moustache and performing a Nazi salute. “The stinking leftovers of Nazism and fascism have manifested themselves in the spirit of the weakest Europe in history,” it said in an accompanying editorial. The European Union “sent its envoy to Iran to say ‘Europe cannot implement without America’s approval but cannot accept Iran’s refusal to deliver on some of its commitments'”, the paper complained. Also Read – Pak Army chief accompanies Imran at key meetings in ChinaLeading ultraconservative daily Kayhan recalled the involvement of German firms in providing materials used by Saddam Hussein’s regime to develop weapons of mass destruction it deployed in the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war. “Germany, as one of the main suppliers of weapons of mass destruction to Saddam … should have apologised to Iran and reconsidered its policy instead of expressing concern over Iran’s defensive capabilities,” it said.
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TUCSON, Ariz. — Arizona State’s first season under coach Herm Edwards has been a solid one. The Sun Devils beat some good teams, lost some close games and are bowl eligible.Arizona has had a similar first season under Kevin Sumlin, except for bowl eligibility.The Wildcats need a win on Saturday to become bowl eligible, adding a level of intensity in an already-heated rivalry.Arizona would like a post-season spot at the expense of Arizona State. The Sun Devils would love to prevent the Wildcats from getting it by winning in Tucson and retaining the Territorial Cup.“We’re going to approach it the same, but deep down everyone knows it’s a rivalry game,” Sumlin said.Arizona failed to become bowl eligible with last week’s lopsided loss to No. 7 Washington State and gets another, final chance this weekend against its biggest rival.Arizona State (6-5, 4-4) clinched bowl eligibility by beating UCLA 31-28 on Nov. 10. That put the Sun Devils in control of their own destiny in the Pac-12 South: Win out and represent the South in the Pac-12 Championship.Arizona State fell short, losing to Oregon last week while No. 18 Utah beat Colorado to clinch the South. Now the Sun Devils can improve their bowl standing while preventing their rivals from playing in the post-season.“I think all bowl games are important, but all of the sudden you might get slated in another bowl game because of the record so those things are involved,” Edwards said. “You want to win a football game, that’s important. We put too much work into this to not try to win a game.”A few more things to look for when Arizona hosts Arizona State on Saturday night:ENO’S RECORD RUN: Arizona State’s Eno Williams has become one of college football’s most productive running backs, entering Saturday’s game third nationally with 1,444 yards rushing. With 122 yards against Arizona, Benjamin would break Woody Green’s school season record of 1,565 yards rushing, a mark that’s stood since 1972. Benjamin also needs two rushing TDs to move into seventh at ASU.THE SERIES: The Territorial Cup is recognized by the NCAA as the oldest rivalry trophy game, dating to 1899. Arizona leads the all-time series 49-41-1, but Arizona State won last year’s game 42-30 in Tempe. The home team has won five straight in the Territorial Cup.TAYLOR RUNNING: Arizona RB J.J. Taylor enters Saturday’s game sixth nationally with 1,290 yards rushing and needs 122 yards to pass Khalil Tate for fourth on Arizona’s season list. He has 227 carries, 12 behind David Adams for seventh in school history, and needs 137 yards to become the fifth Arizona player to have 2,000 all-purpose yards in a season.NUMBERS: No Arizona State running back has fumbled in 854 straight carries, a streak of 30 straight games dating to 2016. … Arizona LB Colin Schooler is tied for second nationally with 21.5 tackles for loss. … Arizona WR N’Keal Harry has at least one reception in all 36 games he’s played for the Wildcats. … Arizona WR Shawn Poindexter’s last six receptions have resulted in a TD, the longest stretch by a Pac-10/12 player since at least 2007.___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/tag/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25John Marshall, The Associated Press
Furthermore, we welcome the reaffirmed commitment by the Irish authorities to pursue reform efforts beyond the programme period to address remaining challenges.The group say they wished to “congratulate the Irish authorities for the successful implementation of the programme” and “commend the Irish people for their efforts and achievements under difficult circumstances.”SpainIt was also announced this evening that Spain would not be requesting any further assistance when the country exits its banking bailout in January.Although not under a full programme like Ireland, Spain’s banks were given €100 billion in financial assistance by the European Financial Stability Fund last year.The Eurogroup delivered similar sentiments on the Spanish bailout exit at it did on Ireland’s announcement.“The Irish and Spanish people have gone through a difficult period but I am now confident that their efforts will pay off in the coming years. Now these economies are back on the road to recovery, ” said Dijsselbloem.Read: ‘This is the right decision for Ireland’: Taoiseach confirms bailout exit without credit line >Read: “The purpose of the programme was actually to exit the programme” – Noonan > “IRELAND IS A living example that EU-IMF adjustment programmes are successful provided there is a strong ownership and genuine commitment to reforms.”That was the assessment of EU finance ministers who were meeting in Brussels this evening. The Eurogroup’s statement followed Ireland’s decision to exit the bailout programme without requesting a backup of financial assistance.In a statement following the meeting, Dutch Finance Minister and and Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem said the group “fully support Ireland’s decision to request a clean exit from the programme.”
Subscribe Sunday 24 Mar 2019, 8:00 AM Share709 Tweet Email2 Word of Kelly’s availability soon reached Damien Richardson, who had recently guided Cork City to their first League of Ireland Premier Division title in 12 years. Shortly after committing to City, he told The Kerryman newspaper that his ambition was “to return to England, play Premiership football and play for my country.”Kelly has some fond memories of his time on Leeside. He was a member of an FAI Cup-winning squad in 2007. A Setanta Sports Cup medal followed a year later. There were European appearances too.Nevertheless, he’s candid enough to admit now that during a two-and-a-half-year spell at Turner’s Cross, he didn’t often look like a player who was destined for senior international honours or a move back to the UK.“The lads at Cork were brilliant,” he says. “The likes of Dan Murray and John O’Flynn would always be telling me that I was going to be back over in England before too long. But I knew I wasn’t doing enough — not even close. My confidence was shot. It’s tough to come back when you’ve been through something that breaks your heart. Challenging Hammarby’s Haris Laitinen during an Intertoto Cup game with Cork City. Source: ©INPHO/Neil Danton“Overall I really enjoyed it at Cork, especially under Damien [Richardson]. But then he left, the club ran into financial trouble and I was picking up niggles because I wasn’t looking after myself. The Cork nightlife was good and I got sucked into it more than I should have.“When Paul Doolin took over as manager, that was the end for me. I wasn’t fit, and if you’re not fit for Paul Doolin then there’s no point in even turning up. Even though I didn’t agree at the time, he was right. My mind wasn’t where it needed to be and neither was my body.”Spells at Galway United and Limerick gave Kelly three more seasons in the League of Ireland. He then sought employment away from football for the first time. While there was satisfaction from earning a few quid as a courier in North Kerry, it felt as if a downward spiral accelerated when he suffered a broken leg during a game for Limerick junior side Pike Rovers. “When I was playing for Pike I was thinking I’d get a move back to the League of Ireland,” he recalls. “Then things changed completely with the injury. I ended up being out for a year.At that stage I basically decided that I was done — finished with football.“Being honest now, there were some really dark days then. I couldn’t play football, I couldn’t work, I was back living at home for the first time since I was 16, I was on the social welfare — it was a bad, bad time.“When you have to queue up for the social welfare, it’s hard to feel like you’re any lower. I don’t mean any disrespect to people who are in that situation — some people have no choice — but nobody wants to be relying on it in an ideal world.“I was also just blocking out the reality of my situation. I was fucking about with my friends, drinking and partying to take my mind off things. It’s a scary place to be when you have no idea what to do next with your life. I really hadn’t a clue what I was going to do. The hardest days were when you’d see fellas on the TV who you used to play with. They were real ‘fucking hell!’ moments.“Thankfully things picked up when the injury got sorted and I was able to get back on my feet. I actually started playing Gaelic again and I was going to concentrate on that. That was when the call came in from America.” Challenging for a header with Pat Sullivan of Shamrock Rovers while playing for Galway United. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHOStephen Conway, an old friend from Kerry, had passed Kelly’s number on to Lansdowne Bhoys, a Yonkers-based club run by Irish emigrants involved in the construction industry in New York. He bit their hands off to accept an offer of football accompanied by full-time work.“I can’t explain how fortunate I was to get that call, especially at that stage,” he says. “I had always wanted to go to America anyway, but the timing was perfect. Myself and my girlfriend set foot in New York six years ago and we’ve loved it here ever since. “I had no clue about construction when I came over here so I’m proud of myself for what I’ve done to get this far in the job. The work gives me a lot of joy. I think I have a good ethic towards it.I did some courses in my spare time and I used to bring plans and drawings home to study. I tried to get familiar with it that way.“If I wasn’t sure of something, I’d turn to my boss, a Westmeath man, James Kirby. He’s just a gem of a person. Meeting him was one of the best things that ever happened to me. A lot of people have made a huge difference to my life in the last few years, but I’m hugely grateful to him and a man named Robbie Jackson for their help.”The work has allowed Kelly to lay a strong foundation, but football remains prominent in his life. An increasing passion for coaching has even convinced him that the game may again — when the time is right — provide him with a career.Now aged 31, he’s the first-team coach and captain of one of the top amateur sides in America, a status evidenced by their national title win in 2017.Thanks to goals from former League of Ireland players Daryl Kavanagh and Craig Purcell, Lansdowne Bhoys also reached the last 32 of the US Open Cup — the USA’s equivalent of the FAI Cup — in 2016 by recording a 2-0 win over Pittsburgh Riverhounds, a professional club who play in the United Soccer League (the second-highest tier of US football).“I’ve been involved in a lot of success with Lansdowne,” says Kelly. “People will say it can’t compare to Arsenal, but I’m extremely proud of what I have here and no one will ever take that away from me. Kelly (second from right in the front row) lining out for Lansdowne Bhoys. Source: Lansdowne Bhoys“This club gave me a second chance at life. Did that phone call save my life? Possibly. It has certainly made my life. That’s why I’m so passionate about this club, the people involved in it and what they’ve all done for me.”Making a fresh start in New York has also given Kelly a brighter perspective on an experience that hung over him like a dark cloud for so long. Not making the grade at Arsenal stung, and the years that followed did little to ease the pain, yet the journey has taken him to a place where he no longer feels suffocated by a fear of the future.“For a long time I was angry towards the experience at Arsenal,” he explains. “My girlfriend kept telling me to stop beating myself up over it. Making it at Arsenal is a fucking hard thing to do. That’s life. What’s meant for one person isn’t always going to be meant for you too. Everyone has a different path. It took me a while to understand that.Now I’m just happy that I had the experience and I can use it to benefit me and others too. I was with Arsenal, I’m proud of it and it’s something that I can always have on my CV.“But having to depend on football is something that will never happen again. I want to do well in the game, but my outlook will be different. What will be will be. It will always bring me joy, but the days of relying on football for happiness are gone.“I’m living in New York, doing good work and still playing the game I love. That’s all I need. My job pays the bills but football is still my first love. But it’s not the be-all and end-all. Not anymore.”He sometimes wishes that the evening traffic was more akin to Ballybunion than The Bronx, but apart from that, Sean Kelly wouldn’t change a thing.Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: https://the42.ie/4554633 ‘People will say it can’t compare to Arsenal, but I’m extremely proud of what I have here’ Kerry native Sean Kelly reflects on his rollercoaster journey, which included a two-year spell in England. Mar 24th 2019, 8:01 AM THE SOUND OF the 5.00am alarm is seldom pleasant for Sean Kelly, but it’s worth being roused before dawn breaks to get a headstart on the city’s notorious traffic.“I never drank coffee before I moved to this place,” he laughs. “I probably couldn’t survive without it now.”From his home in Yonkers, he points the car south to get the day’s work started. For the majority of the journey, the Hudson River flanks him on the right. To the left, the towering presence of Manhattan gradually reveals itself along Route 9A.Half an hour after putting the keys in the ignition, he arrives at his downtown destination, knowing that the homeward commute later that day will take twice as long.When he first touched down on US soil in 2013, Kelly couldn’t tell one end of a hammer from the other. Nowadays he’s a project manager for a general contractor at New York University. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 13 Comments By Paul Dollery 46,138 Views Short URL I knew very little about working life before I came here. All I knew was football. I started off just doing a bit of painting, but I’ve worked hard. Some pure and utter bluffing has helped me along the way too.“There’s millions and millions of dollars’ worth of work going on here, so it’s a big thing to be involved in. Between working and football, I only sleep about five hours a night. That’s just the way life in general is over here. It’s non-stop, but I love it,” he insists.“I know people will say ‘how the hell did he end up there?’ and there’s a story behind everything. You can tell lies about your story and keep running away from the truth, or you can be open and honest and have your say.“This is all stuff that I’ve very rarely talked about, except maybe with family and some friends. It’s nice to get the message out there to young players that there is life after football. If it doesn’t work out, don’t give up.” Kelly was an Ireland U17 and U19 international. Source: INPHO/Andrew PatonGrowing up in Tralee, Kelly dreamed of summer Sundays in Fitzgerald Stadium and Croke Park. He played underage for Kerry alongside future All-Ireland winners like David Moran, Tommy Walsh, Kieran O’Leary and Killian Young.While excelling for the Austin Stacks club, he was also a stand-out performer on the soccer pitch. His displays for Tralee Dynamos and Kingdom Boys elevated him to the international stage, where he first came to the attention of Arsenal. “I was playing for the Ireland U17s out in La Manga against Spain, who had [Cesc] Fabregas and [Gerard] Pique,” he explains. “Liam Brady was there scouting Fabregas for Arsenal. They obviously ended up signing him, and it worked out okay for me as well. I was all about going on and playing Gaelic football for the Kerry minors at that stage, but you’re not going to turn down an offer from the Premier League champions.”In the summer of 2004, shortly before his 17th birthday, Kelly swapped North Kerry for North London to sign for a club on a high from its achievements of the previous season. The Gunners became The Invincibles after avoiding defeat for the duration of a 38-game campaign, which ended with them regaining the league title from Manchester United.Further down the food chain at the club, Kelly joined the likes of Johan Djourou, Fabrice Muamba, Nicklas Bendtner and Anthony Stokes in the academy. By the time he arrived, Fabregas had already been fast-tracked into the first-team squad.“To be in the vicinity of fellas like Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, Robert Pires… I think it goes without saying that it was unbelievable, especially at such a young age,” says Kelly. “When I look back now, there’s definitely a part of me that wonders if it actually happened; if that was really me who experienced that.”Having been signed as a midfielder, Kelly evolved into a ball-playing central defender. He featured regularly for the youth team — who he occasionally captained — and the reserves, yet injuries also curtailed his involvement to a frustrating extent. The 2004-05 Arsenal youths, with Kelly furthest right in the back row (Fabregas second from right in the front row). Source: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FCAfter two years on the books, he was informed that there was no longer a place for him at the club. While Arsenal concluded the 2005-06 season by facing Barcelona in the final of the Champions League, Kelly encountered uncertainty. His plans to play at the highest level under Arsene Wenger had suddenly been discarded.“I’m a firm believer that a negative mindset can contribute to physical injuries. Maybe that was true for me,” he says. “In my second year at Arsenal I played a pre-season friendly with the first-team against Boreham Wood. I worked hard when I went home that summer and I felt like I was flying it.“But not long after that I got injured again. It was in a reserve game and a ball was played across the box to me. There was no one near me but I ended up going over on my ankle and destroyed my ligaments. I was out for about six months. When you’re trying to get back fit, you lose a bit of your focus because you’re not involved. That’s when your mind can take over.“Having said that, the injuries weren’t entirely to blame. I messed up too. For some reason when I went over to Arsenal I convinced myself that I had to do something different, something more. I kept putting pressure on myself about whether or not I was doing enough.I was trying to change my game and it kind of fucked me up. I completely over-thought things at times.“I have no idea why I did that. Maybe it was because Arsenal were Premier League champions and I was trying too hard to make an impression. But they signed me for who I was so I should have stuck with that. Like anything in life, the best person you can be is yourself.“A major factor for me was not being confident enough. Nerves would very often get the better of me. If I hit a bad pass it would stick in my head. And when you’re thinking that way, your next pass is more than likely going to be a bad pass too.“I wish I had been able to handle that side of things better. The club had psychology programmes in place for us to deal with that sort of stuff, but I was so young that I didn’t realise that this was what they were trying to teach us.“For a lot of fellas at that age, homesickness is the big problem when they go over to England. But that wasn’t my problem. Nerves and over-thinking things were the issues for me. For any kid going over to England, it’s probably more important to be mentally ready before you’re physically ready. A strong mind is what makes the difference at the top level. Playing for Arsenal reserves against Charlton Athletic. Source: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC“The whole Arsenal experience is one of those where you’re left thinking that you didn’t know what you had until it was gone. I look back now and obviously I’d do things differently. It was a fantastic time but I wish I could have taken in more of it. You know, in the sense of ‘wow, I’m at Arsenal, this is amazing’. I was young, so I didn’t really do that.”Dejected but undeterred, Kelly’s search for a new club brought him to League One side Yeovil Town, with whom he agreed terms before heading home for the summer break. However, after the 19-year-old returned to Somerset for pre-season training, the goalposts were moved when Russell Slade replaced Steve Thompson as manager.He explains: “I was mad keen to get started at Yeovil. Then a new manager came in and he just didn’t want to do the deal. There had been talk of something up in Scotland with Falkirk, but by the time things fell through at Yeovil, Falkirk had spent their budget and there was nothing there for me. I was absolutely heartbroken.“That was the first time I ever cried in my life over football. I’ll never forget getting on the train from Yeovil to London to get a flight. I was in bits on the train. That was it.There was nothing over there for me anymore. My bags were packed and I was heading home. I felt completely broken from it.”
Les chaînes TV se méfient du WebLes grandes chaînes de télévision française ont décidé de s’unir face à l’émergence d’Internet sur les écrans des téléspectateurs. Plusieurs d’entre elles ont signé une charte afin d’éviter toute perte du contrôle vis-à-vis du contenu diffusé sur les TV connectées.Tout comme aux Etats-Unis, les chaînes de télévision sont inquiètes de l’arrivée du web sur les téléviseurs français. Grâce aux Web TV, il sera désormais possible de trouver toutes sortes de contenus sur son écran, avec la possibilité de faire une recherche comme sur un portail web (grâce à un boîtier spécifique comme celui de Google, notamment). Les grands networks américains comme ABC, CBS ou NBC ont choisi, eux, de bloquer la diffusion de leurs contenus sur Google TV. À lire aussiLe World Wide Web a 30 ans : devons-nous nous inquiéter de son évolution ?En France, ce progrès n’est pas non plus au goût des chaînes de télévisions qui voient se profiler une concurrence féroce. Ainsi, les acteurs les plus importants comme TF1, M6, France Télévisions, Arte, Canal+, Direct 8, TMC, NT1, LCP, BFM, iTélé, Gulli et DirectStar ont signé une charte sur “les modalités d’affichage des contenus et services en ligne sur les téléviseurs et autres matériels vidéo connectés”. Le but de cette opération est de limiter l’influence de l’Internet sur les télévisions et surtout de garder le contrôle sur le contenu diffusé. Ainsi, les signataires souhaitent que soit respecté au maximum le contenu programmé et demandent à ne pas détourner les téléspectateurs d’une chaîne vers d’autres programmes sans l’accord de celle-ci. Mais le consensus paraît encore loin.Selon une étude de GroupeM (WPP), 7,6 millions de foyers français pourraient être équipés de téléviseurs connectables à Internet en 2012 et 42,2% des téléviseurs seront connectés dans le monde d’ici 2014. Le 24 novembre 2010 à 11:43 • Emmanuel Perrin
As Congress works to conclude business before adjourning for the year, reinstatement of the biodiesel tax credit is still pending and the American Soybean Association (ASA) is asking growers to contact your House and Senate offices to reiterate soybean industry support.ASA continues to work for enactment of a tax extenders package that includes a multi-year extension of the biodiesel tax credit and we will continue to update you on developments.Last week updated stand-alone, marker legislation was introduced in the House and Senate to reinstate the biodiesel tax credit and reform it to a producer’s credit beginning in 2016. The House bill was introduced by Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ), while the Senate version was introduced by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) as an update to their earlier legislation that passed the Senate Finance Committee in July.In addition to restructuring it from a blender’s to a producer’s tax credit to further bolster the domestic biodiesel industry and reduce costs, the bills also include an important technical update ensuring that biodiesel used on-farm, as Bioheat, or other off-road applications will not incur excise tax at any point and avoids the need for a refund process for those applications.Senators and Representatives are urged to sign-on to the Grassley-Cantwell and/or Noem-Pascrell marker bills to demonstrate support for the biodiesel tax credit as Congress negotiates the parameters of a tax extenders package.The biodiesel tax credit expired again on Dec. 31, 2014. Extension of the tax incentive is critical to the industry’s existence and growth. In July, the Senate Finance Committee passed a tax extenders package that includes a two year extension of the biodiesel credit retroactive for 2015 and through Dec. 31, 2016. It would remain a blender’s credit for 2015 but shift to a producer’s credit for 2016.ASA, along with our partners at the National Biodiesel Board (NBB), support a restructuring of the tax credit from a blender’s credit to a production tax creditShifting from a blender’s credit to a producer’s credit would restrict the ability of foreign subsidized biodiesel – often coming from countries that do not allow reciprocal access to their markets for U.S. biodiesel – to displace domestically produced biodiesel in our own market. Shifting to a production credit would also reduce the score for the cost of the biodiesel tax credit.This change will further support domestic biodiesel production versus imported biodiesel, improve administration of the incentive, eliminate potential abuses and improve tax compliance. Shifting to a production credit would also reduce the score for the cost of the biodiesel tax credit.Visit the Soy Action Center, for an email with background and talking points for your use in communicating with congressional offices.If you have any questions, please contact Tom Hance in the ASA Washington office at: email@example.com or 202-969-7040.
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COPY LINKAD Loading … Missing journalist Jamal KhashoggiANIRecently US senators accused the kingdom of a series of misdeeds, adding that the Crown Prince has gone “full gangster.” The US lawmakers — Republicans and Democrats — also slammed the kingdom for the way it handled the civil war in Yemen as well as the series of alleged human rights abuses.”He is reckless, he’s ruthless, he has a penchant for escalation, for taking high risks, confrontational in his foreign policy approach and I think increasingly willing to test the limits of what he can get away with the United States,” Senator Marco Rubio said. Saudi crown prince Mohammad bin Salman said that the Israelis have the right to own their land.ReutersIf reports doing the rounds are true there is a widening rift between Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his father, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The enfant terrible of the Al Saud dynasty has had a rather unchecked run so far as ‘King in everything but name’. However, the 33-year-old’s stranglehold on Saudi Arabia is on the wane, multiple reports have said.Prince Mohammad invited worldwide condemnation and infamy after the brutal killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey last year. His role in spearheading the bitter and destructive war on Yemen was also widely criticised. Of late, the Saudi King was also disturbed about the draining of investment from Saudi Arabia in the aftermath of the Khashoggi murder. Salman revokes crown prince’s key powersThe Guardian newspaper reported on Monday that King Salman has stripped the crown prince of some crucial powers. The ageing and ailing king made the move after the crown prince stretched his powers as the deputy king thin when his father was on an official visit to Egypt last month, the paper reported. It is extremely rare for a crown prince to use his temporary powers as the deputy king during the monarch’s absence, but MBS moved swiftly to announce key appointments when the king was travelling. He promoted his sister as the kingdom’s envoy to Washington and appointed his brother in the defence ministry. Sources told the British newspaper that both the appointments were done without the king’s approval. Saudi Arabia’s King Salman attends a Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony in Putrajaya, Malaysia February 27, 2017. [Representational Image]Reuters fileThe King’s Egypt visit was marred by lurking fears of a possible coup against the ageing monarch. The fears were so palpable that the King removed his security detail midway through the foreign jaunt and brought in a 30-member team of handpicked loyalists from Riyadh.To make matters worse, the all powerful crown prince did not turn up at the airport to welcome back the King. This is an age old custom, the flouting of which sends out signals of grave crisis within the royal household. The crown prince’s absence at the airport was followed by his no-show at key meetings subsequently. The most glaring act of defiance was his absence at a key cabinet meeting presided over by the King. The crown prince was then summoned again for another cabinet meeting in which the king apparently detailed changes in the power structure. However, Prince Mohammad skipped this meeting too, Saudi sources told the paper. The report also lays down instances wherein the crown prince’s absence attracted attention. He did not turn up when important foreign dignitaries from Russia, India, China and Lebanon visited Riyadh. Middle East observers have also pointed out that the crown prince has not made any formal appearance in a fortnight. However, it remains a fact that MBS has remained unseen for longer. Around May last year, the prince’s continued absence at public events had given rise to wild rumours about his death or serious injury. The whole saga started with the shooting down of a drone in Riyadh on April 21 last year, which was interpreted as a coup attempt aimed at the crown prince. When MBS didn’t make any public appearance for weeks on end after this, Iranian media kick-started the death rumours. He is reckless, he’s ruthless, he has a penchant for escalation, for taking high risks, confrontational in his foreign policy approach and I think increasingly willing to test the limits of what he can get away with the United States Close MBS gone ‘full gangster'”At least two bullets have hit bin Salman in April 21 clashes in Riyadh and it is even possible that he is dead,” wrote Iran’s Kayhan newspaper. ‘There is plenty of evidence to suggest that the absence of nearly 30 days of Muhammad bin Sulman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, is due to an incident which is being hidden from the public,’ it claimed. Something that added fuel to the death rumours was the fact that the crown prince gave a miss to important diplomatic events like the high profile visit of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Domestic equity indices continued to trade sideways with marginal losses as banking, oil and gas and metal stocks continued to face selling pressure in the afternoon trade. Lack of any visible trigger resulted in a tepid performance of equities.While the 30-share index Sensex was trading 0.12 percent lower at 26,486.26 (1.27 pm), the 50-share index Nifty was at 8,141.05, down 0.16 percent on Friday trade. Among indices, shares of bank, FMCG, healthcare, metals and oil and gas were trading in the red, dragging the market in the afternoon trade. However, auto and IT stocks provided some support to the market indices.Meantime, market breadth was negative with 1,074 advances and 1,297 declines. Hindalco was the major loser with its shares down 3.72 percent in the morning trade at Rs 169.55. Bharti Airtel, ONGC, Tata Power and UltraTech Cement were the other major losers on Friday trade.Among gainers, Tata Motors was the major winner with its shares gaining 2.09 percent to trade at Rs 472.90. Zee Entertainment, HDFC, Bharti Infratel and Infosys also saw buying from investors.In the global front, performance of Asian indices remained mixed as major Asian currencies saw depreciation after US Fed hiked interest rates. Post US Federal Reserve’s hike of interest rate by 25 basis points, Chinese yuan touched its lowest point against dollar since May 2008. Weakness in Japanese yen also pushed Nikkei higher on Friday. US Federal Reserve hiked interest rate by 25 basis points to 0.75 percent from 0.5 percent earlier on Wednesday with an outlook of three rate hikes next year. US stocks rose on Thursday led by banking shares, supplementing the uptrend.Meanwhile, Indian currency was trading 0.10 percent lower at 67.76 against dollar on Friday. Among commodities, oil companies in West Asian nations informed customers about supply cuts in the near future, which pushed West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude to touch $51.08 per barrel in US market.
The show titled Flow is a revolutionary form of theatre that combines the art of dance with storytelling. Organised by Zorian Cross Productions and Art in Motio, the production will showcase over six forms of dance (including ballet, lyrical contemporary, modern and theatre jazz) with six different genres of music (including Broadway, 80’s pop, classical, and EDM), in six different stories showcased within the span of an hour and a half.Directed by Zorian Cross, Flow consists of a team of three choreographers and thirteen dancers to create an epic show the city has ever seen. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Cross is a multi-award–winning actor and playwright. In just five years of theatrical experience, he has played major roles in plays by authors ranging from Shakespeare to Dario Fo, as well as his own original work. His first original play, The Coming Out, not only became a local sensation at the 2011 Short+Sweet theatre festival in Delhi, but also won him the Best New Talent award for acting and writing. The play went on to be performed in five different cities across the world, winning five awards in Bangalore and one in Sydney. He plans to revolutionise the Delhi theatre scene through his company – Zorian Cross Productions with the aim of promoting original work and discovering and nurturing fresh talent. The company’s debut production, Game Night, became the biggest theatrical sensation of the year, garnering over eight sold out shows. When: 25 October Where: Kamani Auditorium, Mandi House, Timing: 7 pm
April 19, 2017 631 Views Homebuilders are largely optimistic about 2017, with most expecting a rise in residential construction volume over the next two years, according to a survey of construction professionals at the Atlantic Builders Conference earlier this month.Conducted by TD Bank, the survey revealed that 82 percent of builders anticipate a rise in residential homebuilding over the next two years. That number is up from last year when 75 percent shared the sentiment.On the client side, the survey found that most builders—38 percent—expect their buyers to need 30-year loan, while 25 percent anticipate construction-to-permanent loans. According to a release from TD Bank, construction loans will likely be in high demand this spring.“Spring homebuying season is in full swing, and consumers need construction loans. In fact, about one-quarter of TD Bank’s loans are coming from new construction.”Construction-to-permanent loans offer buyers an easier solution than most other construction financing options, TD’s release stated.“What these borrowers don’t know, is that they only have to go to the closing table once. They can execute a one-time close upfront, instead of getting a construction loan, paying it bank and then obtaining another permanent mortgage for their home. They can lock into one interest rate at the start of construction, keep that rate until they refinance, pay off the loan, or sell their home. This also saves on closing costs.”In regards to the market’s rising mortgage rates, builders are mixed on how they will impact business in the coming year. Thirty-seven percent said they expect activity will remain unchanged, while 34 percent rates will likely result in decreased home sales and purchases.TD Bank also surveyed builders about the challenges facing buyers today. The majority said financing approval and affordability, credit approval, and timeline constraints were the biggest issues.Builders also shared their thoughts on working with mortgage loan officers in their transactions. More than 60 percent said quick turnaround times and response times is the most valuable asset a loan officer can have. Accessibility and guidance in navigating the finance process were also high on the list. Builders Expect Strong Years Ahead in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Origination Homebuilders 2017-04-19 Seth Welborn Share
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury will forever be tied to Rams counterpart Sean McVay.Had McVay not found near-immediate success as a young, offensive innovator, Arizona likely wouldn’t have pulled the trigger in handing the franchise keys to a recently-fired Texas Tech head coach with no NFL coaching experience.The two coaches are also good friends — good enough friends that McVay recently pulled quite the prank on his buddy while the two shared a dinner with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. 5 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury, left, and Rams head coach Sean McVay, right. (AP photos) “I kind of tricked him into thinking he was going to be in trouble with the league with tampering and stuff like that,” McVay told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on The Adam Schefter Podcast. “I think his assistant got all wigged out. He was worried about losing (draft) picks.”Related LinksCardinals to host DE Nick Bosa in Arizona, per reportArizona Sports NFL Mock Draft Tracker: Who’s next for the Cards at No. 1?Alright, we need details, Sean.“We have a mutual friend that I put his name in my phone as (NFL commissioner) Roger Goodell,” McVay told Schefter. “I had this friend send me a text saying, ‘I can’t believe you’re at dinner with Kingsbury and Mahomes. You know better than this. This is tampering. You’re both losing picks.’ And I showed Kliff the text. He saw a ghost.”That’s pretty innovative! It turns out McVay’s secret sauce of leading an NFL team to the Super Bowl doesn’t include a Belichickien aversion to hanging out with friends and having a little fun.Next up: Let’s wait to see if and how Kingsbury might get McVay back.“I’m pretty proud of that one, Adam,” the Rams coach said of his relatively elaborate prank. “(Kingsbury) said, ‘That’s messed up. I’m getting you back.’” Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
ROME — Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, famed for operas, films and television, has died in Rome at the age of 96.Zefffirelli’s son Luciano said his father died at home at noon on Saturday. “He had suffered for a while, but he left in a peaceful way,” he said.Zeffirelli delighted audiences around the world with his romantic vision and often extravagant productions, most famously captured in his cinematic rendering of “Romeo and Juliet” and the miniseries “Jesus of Nazareth.”Showing great flexibility, he produced classics for the world’s most famous opera houses, from Milan’s venerable La Scala to the Metropolitan in New York, and plays for London and Italian stages.The Associated Press by The Associated Press Posted Jun 15, 2019 4:37 am PDT FILE – Franco Zeffirelli, seen in New York, in this Oct. 31, 1974 file photo. Italian film director Franzo Zeffirelli has died in Rome at the age of 96. Zefffirelli’s son Luciano said his father died at home on Saturday at noon. (AP Photo/Jerry Mosey, File) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dies at age 96
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