PSEB 12th Result 2019 DECLARED: Girls outperformed boys with 90.86 pass percentage

first_img India Today Web Desk May 11, 2019UPDATED: May 11, 2019 12:33 IST PSEB 12th Result 2019 has been declared. Students can check their PSEB Punjab Class 12 Board Result 2019 on the official websites i.e Girls outshine boys yet again.PSEB 12th Result 2019: The Punjab School Education Board, PSEB has been declared the results of Class 12th board examination 2019 today, May 11. All the candidates who appeared for the Punjab Board PSEB 12th examination can check their scores on the official website, the link for which is This year, nearly 3 lakh candidates appeared for the Punjab Board Class 12 examination in the state.This year 3.40 lakh students had appeared for the PSEB Punjab Board exam 2019. The recorded pass percentage is 86.41 percent. Sarabjyot Singh from Ludhiana district of Punjab has topped the exam with 445 marks and secured 98.89 percent.PSEB 12th Result 2019: Pass percentagePass Percentage of Girls has been recorded 90.86 percentPass Percentage of Boys is 82.83 percentGirls have outperformed boys this year in the PSEB Class 12th Exam result 2019Read: PSEB 12th Result 2019 Live update: Punjab Board PSEB 12th Result 2019 has been declared, pass percentage touches 86.41%Punjab Board PSEB 12th Result 2019: List of websites to check Board PSEB 12th Result 2019: How to checkGo to the official website, on the ‘PSEB 12th Result 2019’Enter all the required details in the prescribed formatClick to submitResults will be displayed on the screenDownload and take print out of the same for future usePunjab PSEB Class 12 Board Exam 2019:Moreover, this year, the Punjab State Education Board (PSEB) revised the exam datesheet of Class 12 vocational and commerce group exams. The Punjab board exams were conducted in different shifts.advertisementFor theoretical exams, all the board students were given extra 25 minutes to read the question paper in addition to the three hours.Further, the candidates from the PwD category were given the facility of a scribe and an additional 20 minutes.Punjab PSEB Class 12 Result 2019: Last year result dataIn 2018, the Punjab board class 12 exams began on February 28 and continued till March 24 while the class 10 board exams were held from March 12 and concluded on March 31.Further, the overall pass percentage of Class 12 students stood at 65.97 percent. Out of the 3, 00,417 students who had appeared for PSEB Class 12 Board exam in 2018, 198,199 successfully passed the exam in the state.Read: PSEB Class 12 Result 2019 declared: Sarabjyot Singh has topped PSEB board with 98.89% Punjab Board Class 12 Topper 2018:This year, Puja Joshi of Ludhiana has topped the board examination by getting 98 percent.List of other toppers:Vivek Rajput: 97.55 percentJasnoor Kaur: 97.33 percentPunjab Board Class 12 Result 2018: Sports category toppersPrachi Gaur: 100 percentPushwinder Kaur: 100 percentMandeep Kaur: 99.56 percentPass percentage:Pass percentage for open school: 40.07 percentOverall pass percentage: 65.97 percentPass percentage girls: 78.25 percentPass percentage boys: 60.46 percentAbout the board:The Punjab School Education Board came into existence through a legislative enactment in November 1969 for the development and promotion of school education in the state of Punjab. In 1987, the Vidhan Sabha amended the Board’s Act to grant it autonomy.The scope of the Board’s functions is very wide and covers almost every aspect/stage of school education.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 byKajari Goswami Tags :Follow PSEB 12th Result 2019 PSEB 12th Result 2019 DECLARED: Girls outperformed boys with 90.86 pass percentagePSEB 12th Result 2019 has been declared. Girls have outperformed boys with 90.86 pass percentage.advertisementlast_img read more

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Top court Unions cant force government workers to pay fees

first_imgWASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can’t be forced to contribute to labour unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to Democratic-leaning organized labour.The court’s conservative majority, re-empowered by Justice Neil Gorsuch, scrapped a 41-year-old decision that had allowed states to require that public employees pay some fees to unions that represent them, even if the workers choose not to join.The 5-4 decision not only will free non-union members in nearly two dozen states from any financial ties to unions, but also could encourage members to stop paying dues for services the court said Wednesday they can get for free.Union leaders said in reaction to the ruling that they expect to suffer some loss of revenue and also predicted that the same anti-union forces that pushed to get rid of the so-called fair shares that nonmembers had to pay will try to persuade members to cut their ties.“There are already plans,” said Lily Eskelsen García, president of the National Education Association. “They are going after our members.”But American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten said unions would not be dissuaded: “Don’t count us out.”The labour leaders spoke after the court ruled that the laws requiring fair share fees violate the First Amendment by compelling workers to support unions they may disagree with.“States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees,” Justice Samuel Alito said in his majority opinion in the latest case in which Gorsuch, an appointee of President Donald Trump, provided a key fifth vote for a conservative outcome.Trump himself tweeted his approval of the decision while Alito still was reading a summary of it from the bench.“Big loss for the coffers of the Democrats!” Trump said in the tweet.In dissent, Justice Elena Kagan wrote of the big impact of the decision. “There is no sugarcoating today’s opinion. The majority overthrows a decision entrenched in this Nation’s law — and its economic life — for over 40 years. As a result, it prevents the American people, acting through their state and local officials, from making important choices about workplace governance. And it does so by weaponizing the First Amendment, in a way that unleashes judges, now and in the future, to intervene in economic and regulatory policy.”The court’s three other liberal justices joined the dissent.In one sense, Wednesday’s result was no surprise and merely delayed by the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia in 2016. The court split 4-4, after Scalia’s death, when it considered the same issue in 2016.When Trump was elected, opponents of the fees hurried a case back to the court. And fearing what would happen, unions strongly opposed Gorsuch’s nomination to the high court.The unions say the outcome could affect more than 5 million government workers in about two dozen states and the District of Columbia.The case decided Wednesday involved Illinois state government worker Mark Janus, who argued that everything unions do, including bargaining with the state, is political and employees should not be forced to pay for it.The unions argued that fair share fees pay for collective bargaining and other work the union does on behalf of all employees, not just its members. More than half the states already have right-to-work laws banning mandatory fees, but most members of public-employee unions are concentrated in states that don’t, including California, New York and Illinois.A recent study by Frank Manzo of the Illinois Economic Policy Institute and Robert Bruno of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign estimated that public-sector unions could lose more than 700,000 members over time as a result of the ruling and that unions also could suffer a loss of political influence that could depress wages as well.Alito acknowledged that unions could “experience unpleasant transition costs in the short term.” But he said labour’s problems pale in comparison to “the considerable windfall that unions have received…for the past 41 years.”Billions of dollars have been taken from workers who were not union members in that time, he said.“Those unconstitutional exactions cannot be allowed to continue indefinitely,” Alito wrote.Kagan, reading a summary of her dissent in the courtroom, said unions only could collect money for the costs of negotiating terms of employment. “But no part of those fees could go to any of the union’s political or ideological activities,” she said.The court’s majority said public-sector unions aren’t entitled to any money from employees without their consent.last_img read more

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Fort St John Canada Post employees join rotating strike

first_imgCanada Post said Monday that the backlog of mail and parcels is “severe” and expected to “worsen significantly” once online orders from Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are processed.In a statement, the post office said it is experiencing delivery delays across the country and that’s expected to continue throughout the holiday season and into January.The union wants better pay and job security, guaranteed hours for its 8,000 rural and suburban carriers, and equality for those workers with the corporation’s 42,000 urban employees.CUPW also wants Canada Post to adopt rules that it says would cut down on workplace injuries — an issue the union has said is now at a “crisis” level. UPDATE – Workers are back to work following the Senate vote.FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Canada Post employees in Fort St. John have joined the rotating strike after the Senate voted in favour of back to work legislation.With the vote Monday night, mail service is supposed to resume at noon Tuesday.  Royal assent was granted late Monday shortly after senators approved Bill C-89 by a vote of 53-25. Four senators abstained. Under the new legislation, the union said postal workers will be forced to go back to work under the old collective agreement, which it asserted would result in at least 315 disabling injuries and thousands of hours of forced, unpaid overtime.The previous Conservative government forced an end to a lockout of postal workers during a 2011 dispute by enacting back-to-work legislation, which was later declared by a court to be unconstitutional.But the Liberal government argues Bill C-89 is different, in that it does not impose immediate outcomes affecting postal contracts.Whereas the 2011 bill imposed a settlement that favoured Canada Post, the current legislation would give a mediator-arbitrator appointed by the government 90 days to try and reach contract settlements. Failing that, a settlement could be imposed either through a decision from the arbitrator or by choosing from one of the final proposals put forward by Canada Post or CUPW.(THE CANADIAN PRESS) The government had deemed passage of the bill to be urgent due to the economic impact of continued mail disruptions during the busy holiday season. It rushed the bill through the House of Commons last week. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers issued a statement declaring that it is “exploring all options to fight the back-to-work legislation.”“Postal workers are rightly dismayed and outraged,” said CUPW national president Mike Palecek. “This law violates our right to free collective bargaining under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”Some senators — independents, Liberal independents and even some Conservatives — agreed with that assessment and voted against the bill.But the majority either disagreed or concluded that it’s up to the courts, not senators, to rule on constitutionality.Negotiations have been underway for nearly a year, but the dispute escalated more recently when CUPW members launched rotating strikes Oct. 22.last_img read more

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Diversity dancer and Britains Got Talent winner Rob Anker dies in car

first_img“We are raising funds for his family to be able to cover all costs for their trip to go and arrange his funeral in Canada.”We would love to ensure that his family don’t worry or stress about money at this time.” It has so far raised more than £3,000.A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We are aware of the death of a British man in Canada. We are providing assistance to his family at this time.” Diversity on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009Credit:Ken McKay / Rex Features A police spokesman said the Chevy driver died of his injuries, but the other driver was not hurt.Essex-born Anker had reportedly moved to the country to live with his fiancee after his career as a performance blossomed with the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winners.He went on to perform with artists such as Paloma Faith and Peter Andrew, and starred in the West End’s production of Thriller.Choreographer Dean Lee tweeted:  A Just Giving page set up in his name has appealed for funds to support his family.It reads: “On 27th July 2017, Robert Anker aged 27 was involved in a fatal car accident in Canada and sadly passed away at the scene. Diversity on Britain's Got Talent in 2009 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Rob Anker. I have no words to speak after hearing of your passing. This is truly heart breaking. Thanks for the memories. Shine bright.— D E A N L E E (@DeanAnthLee) July 28, 2017 Former Diversity dancer Robert Anker has died after reportedly being involved in a car crash in Canada.The 27-year-old was named in local reports of the collision in the Vaughan area of Ontario on Thursday morning.Canada’s York Regional Police said a Chevy Cobalt and a Ford F550 collided in Major Mackenzie Drive just before 6am.last_img read more

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Cyanco to expand Winnemucca sodium cyanide plant on rising demand

first_imgThe world’s largest sodium cyanide (NaCN) production facility is expanding further, with Cyanco’s flagship Winnemucca, Nevada, plant set to grow by another 35,000 t/y.Cyanco’s investment will strengthen its position as a global leader for the supply of this reagent for gold and silver mining around the world, it said.Headquartered in Pearland, Texas, Cyanco is the largest global producer of sodium cyanide with manufacturing facilities in Nevada and Texas, serving customers in North America, Latin America and Africa. Its Applied Technology division also provides consulting services, laboratory support, and cyanide processing technologies to help customers optimise metal recovery and sodium cyanide usage throughout each mine’s lifecycle.Cyanco President and CEO Michael Lefenfeld said: “As the NaCN market continues to experience strong growth globally, we are expanding both solid and solution capacity to meet market demand and ensure the continued safe, reliable and high-quality supply of product around the world.”The new solid NaCN production lines in Winnemucca will provide additional redundancy of supply for the company’s Alvin, Texas, facility, which was built to serve international customers in 2013.With all necessary permitting and approvals secured, Cyanco is ready to break ground, with mechanical completion of the expansion project expected in the December quarter of 2019 and with facility use ramping up quickly.Once operational, Cyanco’s full delivery system, including West Coast ocean and NAFTA rail supply chains, will be registered under the International Cyanide Management Code.Earlier this year, an affiliate of Cerberus Capital Management agreed to acquire Cyanco from funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management.last_img read more

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More than 60 new jobs for Limerick

first_imgMORE THAN 60 new jobs are to be announced in Limerick later this morning.Worldwide TechServices (WWTS) is to establish its European headquarters in the city, creating at least 62 jobs.WWTS employs more than 3,000 people worldwide. They service more than three million servers, workstations, networking systems and other hardware in more than 50 countries.The investment is supported by IDA Ireland and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.Software company creates 75 jobs in DublinCement company to create 61 new jobslast_img read more

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Omega Headphone Stands Put Your Headphones on Display

first_imgIf you constantly have a pair of headphones connected to your computer, you also probably have a difficult time finding a place to let them rest on or near your desk without them getting in your way. Sure, you can coil up the cable and stash them in a drawer or let them take up space on your desk surface, but with these Omega Headphone Stands, you get a head-shaped piece of wood that will keep your headphones out of the way and turn them into a little desktop art in the process.You’ll pay for these curved bits of wood though, $180 retail each, to be exact. You have your choice of maple, walnut, cherry, or zebrano finishes over the single piece of wood they’re made from. They’re all the same price and all hand-made.last_img read more

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7yearold dies when shots fired at North Carolina vehicle

first_imgDURHAM, N.C. (AP) — A 7-year-old boy has died when shots were fired into the SUV he was riding in on a North Carolina street.Durham Police Spokesman Wil Glenn said in a news release that someone in a passing vehicle fired the shots shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday.Glenn said five adults and three children were in the SUV when it was hit by bullets. No one else was hit.The boy was taken to a hospital where he died. His name has not been released.No arrests have been reported.But Glenn said the shooting did not appear to be a random act.last_img read more

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South Florida pianist earns Estefan Scholarship to attend college in Boston

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida pianist will attend a prestigious Boston music college after he earned the Emilio and Gloria Estefan scholarship.Sergio De Miguel Jorquera was presented with the scholarship at the Latin Recording Academy in Doral, Wednesday.The 17-year-old’s dreams of becoming a professional musician are coming true thanks to the scholarship worth up to $200,000.He said he will apply the money towards a four-year bachelor degree at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, which is the largest independent college of contemporary music.“You can see so much talent in him, and you can see his passion,” Gloria Estefan said. “He transforms when he sits at the piano and just pours it all out into his music.”“It was a big surprise for me,” Jorguera said. “I was excited but also nervous for coming here. The main thing I love about music is that we can connect with people of all over the world. It’s not important the language.”He will begin his studies at the college in August. last_img read more

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ShopClues joins billiondollar club plans to issue IPO in 2017

first_imgOnline retailer ShopClues on Tuesday said its valuation stood at over $1.1 billion (Rs 7,300 crore) in a fresh round of funding led by Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Pvt Ltd.However, the company did not disclose the amount it raised in the deal. Existing investors, including Tiger Global and Nexus Venture Partners, have also participated in this round of funding.With the latest fund-raising, Shopclues, run by Gurgaon-based Clues Network Pvt Ltd, joins a growing club of billion-dollar companies that include Flipkart, Ola, Snapdeal, Paytm, MuSigma, InMobi, Zomato and Quikr.”As a long-term investor, GIC believes in the strong growth potential of India’s e-commerce industry. We are confident that ShopClues’ merchant-first mindset and solid management team will enable the company to expand its reach, especially in the Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities, bringing its unique value proposition to even more consumers and merchants,” said GIC’s Head of Asia Equities Research Ravi Balasubramanian.GIC, which currently has over $100 billion in assets under management, has also invested in domestic e-commerce major Flipkart and taxi-hailing firm Ola, The Economic Times reported.ShopClues will invest the funds in strengthening its tech backbone, logistics infrastructure and on-boarding more merchants on its platform.The company expects to issue an initial public offer (IPO) in 2017 with the latest being its last fund-raising programme.”We are confident our capital efficiency and execution will make this our last fund-raise before we become profitable with the eventual IPO in 2017,” said ShopClues Chief Business Officer Radhika Ghai Aggarwal.ShopClues said its gross merchandise value has grown more than four times since January 2015, with 3.5 million items being shipped monthly.ShopClues was founded in 2011 by former Wall Street analyst Sandeep Aggarwal, ex-eBay executive Sanjay Sethi and Nordstorm executive Radhika Ghai Aggarwal.last_img read more

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May asks for transition deal after Brexit

first_imgTheresa MayBritish Prime Minister Theresa May called for a two-year transition after Brexit on Friday in which Britain would largely maintain its current ties with Brussels, in a charm offensive intended to unlock stalled negotiations with the European Union.In a major speech in Florence, May promised to meet Britain’s existing EU budget commitments until 2020 and outlined new legal guarantees for the rights of around three million Europeans living in the UK.She also committed to maintaining Europe’s security, saying in a direct pitch to EU leaders: “We want to be your strongest friend and partner as the EU and UK thrive side by side.”A fourth round of negotiations with the European Commission is due to start next week, with London keen to make progress on the terms of the divorce so that talks can move on to trade.“While the UK’s departure from the EU is inevitably a difficult process, it is in all of our interests for our negotiations to succeed,” she said.May confirmed she wanted a transition period after Brexit of “around two years” in which EU citizens could continue to work in Britain but have to register.For both Britain and the EU, “access to one another’s markets should continue on current terms” during this period, she said.She also promised to honour Britain’s financial commitments for the remainder of the EU’s current budget plan, saying no member state would “pay more or receive less”.Britain’s contributions for two years would be at least 20 billion euros (£18 billion, $24 billion) — although this falls well below European estimates of Britain’s total Brexit bill.With new offers on money and citizens’ rights, the prime minister addressed two of the three priorities of the EU.Charles Grant of the Centre for European Reform said May was “right to adopt a positive tone”, but added that her offers were “not enough to unblock” the talks.The suggestion that existing immigration and trading rules will continue for two years after Britain leaves the EU in March 2019 sparked immediate condemnation from eurosceptics.“Theresa May’s Brexit vision is that we leave the EU in name only. All areas of integration we have currently will be rebadged,” said leading campaigner Nigel Farage.EU citizens’ rights -May’s speech came 15 months after Britain’s referendum vote to leave the EU and six months after she triggered the two-year Brexit process, amid increasing demands by Brussels for more clarity.One problem was that her own government is still divided-a fact highlighted this week when Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson laid out his own vision for life outside the EU.After the speech, he said May’s words were “uplifting”.Although May did not rule out her previous threat of walking away from the talks, she expressed optimism that a deal could be done.On the issue of EU citizens’ rights, she sought to break the deadlock over the role of the European Court of Justice as the arbiter in any disputes.She said the final deal agreed with Brussels would be fully incorporated into British law, to ensure parliament could not change it in the future.British courts could also “take into account” ECJ rulings in deciding cases, she said.A small group of British expatriates had gathered outside the Santa Maria Novella church complex where May spoke, holding up signs saying “Hands off our rights”.Carolyn Slater, a 69-year-old pensioner who moved to Italy from Scotland, said: “We’re very fed up with being given no information.“Brexit was absurd but it’s happened, we have to live with it now. From the start we’ve been told we’re a priority, but that’s wearing pretty thin.”‘Creative and practical’ -May is hoping her speech will be enough to unlock the talks in time for an EU leaders meeting on October 19-20, when her 27 counterparts will decide if talks can move onto trade.The shape of that future deal remains elusive-although the prime minister insisted there could be no role for the ECJ, a totemic issue for eurosceptics in Britain.She rejected the idea that Britain could adopt a model similar to that enjoyed by Norway, or a free trade agreement like the one recently struck between the EU and Canada.“Instead let us be creative as well as practical in designing an ambitious economic partnership,” she said.last_img read more

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How did the Pentagon get its Iconic Shape

first_imgThe iconic Pentagon is considered to be the largest office building in the world, and certainly the largest Ministry of Defense building, covering more than 6,500,000 sq ft (600,000 m2). But how did the seat of the U.S. Defense Department get its unusual shape? Well, the story of its construction goes back to 1941, to the very eve of American involvement in WWII. As the Nazi threat became imminent, a necessity to put the entire Defense Department into a single building became a top priority.Ariel view of the US Pentagon buildingHaving been previously headquartered in the temporary Munitions Building, the Defense Department was desperate for a permanent base from which it could coordinate its operations due to the ensuing threat, both from Europe and Japan.In addition to this, the Defense Department was pretty much spread across dozens of civilian buildings in the National Mall and Memorial Parks area.Pentagon from aboveJust after Hitler initiated his invasion of the USSR, military leadership came up with a solution for a centralized office building that would enable them to act most effectively.1945 map of the Pentagon road network, including present-day State Route 27 and part of the Shirley Highway, as well as the Main Navy and Munitions Buildings near the Lincoln Memorial.Army construction chief, Brig. Gen. Brehon Burke Somervell was in charge of planning for the new building, as it was soon determined that it should be built on the Virginian side of the Potomac River, in Arlington County.Conditions determined that the building should not be more than four stories tall to prevent the obstruction of the view of Washington, D.C. The decision to build a low-rise headquarters was also due to the limited availability of steel, which was one of the main materials used by the military.Southwesterly view (1998) with the Potomac River and Washington Monument in background.At first, it was planned to start the construction on the site of the former Department of Agriculture’s Arlington Experimental Farm, and the Arlington Cemetery.The new War Department was intended to adopt the foundations of the farm, which was built in the shape of an asymmetrical pentagon. Everyone agreed that the shape was odd ― to say the least ― but it fit perfectly.Related Video: American Tanks move in to secure ridges on Hill 609:That was how a rough sketch of what we know today as the center of U.S. military might was first made. The sketch turned to an architectural plan, all in a course of several weeks in July 1941.View from northwest with construction underway, July 1942Intended to house around 40,000 employees, it was clear from the start that this ugly duckling was to be one of the American government’s most ambitious projects.However, the Arlington Experimental Farm lot was soon deemed unsuitable due to aesthetic reasons. A commission was formed, led by Gilmore D. Clarke, a respected civil engineer and landscape architect, who strongly opposed the idea of erecting the Defense Department building next to the cemetery which held the grave of Pierre L’Enfant, the architect who developed the urban plan on which the city of Washington is based.Military police keep back Vietnam War protesters during their sit-in on October 21, 1967, at the mall entrance to the Pentagon.In his letter to the Senate, Clarke made a bold statement which shook the Defense Department plan to the ground:“It is inconceivable that this outrage could be perpetrated in this period of the history of the development of this City, a city held in the highest esteem by every citizen who visits it.”As the tensions grew higher between military and civil engineers, President Roosevelt decided to make a compromise.The PentagonThe location of the building was transferred to the nearby Hoover Field ― an early Washington airstrip, which was replaced by the Washington National Airport in 1941.While this left room to change the unusual shape of the building into a more standard, rectangular format, there was little time to revise the plans, and only minor adjustments concerning the asymmetrical shape of the compound were made.On September 11, 1941, the construction work commenced. The project would be finished in January 1943, almost a year after the United States officially declared war against the Axis Powers.The PentagonDue to its shape, the building soon became known as “The Pentagon” ― a word which is to this day considered synonymous with the American Armed Forces.Truth be told, Roosevelt himself became fond of the odd shape of the building and although there was little space for change, he personally didn’t mind.Read another story from us: The Peculiar Frenchman who Designed Washington D.C.According to a 2007 Washington Post article regarding the issue, Roosevelt stated that he liked the Pentagon  “because nothing like it has ever been done that way before”.last_img read more

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Update Endangered bird eludes capture

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite The vulture which was spotted at a business premises in Helpmekaar Road this morning (January 16) flew away before it could be captured.The sizeable bird was sitting on the roof and business people suspected it may be injured.Ezemvelo Wildlife, together with Animal Anti-Cruelty League workers, went out to capture the endangered bird. However, when they got there, it was nowhere to be seen.It is believed to have been a Cape Vulture, which is definitely endangered and rare in this part of the world.DID YOU KNOW? Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Why not join us there?center_img WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

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Womans hands crushed by factory machine

first_imgA woman had to be rushed to hospital this morning (Friday) after her hands and lower arms got caught in a machine at a factory in the Ezakheni Industrial Area.The woman’s hands were crushed.Sharaj Ambulance Services responded and stabilized the factory worker at the scene before transporting her to hospital for further treatment.We will update this story once we have more information on the woman’s condition. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there?last_img read more

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John Koger owner of A Safe Passage dies at 61

first_imgJohn Koger, the owner of bus-ticketing and travel service A Safe Passage, died on Nov. 9, 2015, at the age of 61. The cause of death was a heart attack.Koger had made Costa Rica his home for the past 20 years. He often joked that Ticos became the happiest people in the world after he arrived, and he left a trail of smiles wherever he went.A Safe Passage epitomized Koger’s passion for making it easier and safer for travelers to enjoy the country he loved. Providing travel information and onward tickets was his way of making a difference for expats and for tourists throughout the world. His focus on service was unparalleled, and he received hundreds of emails from grateful clients.Against great odds, Koger also succeeded in constructing a bus shelter to keep Ticos and travelers out of the rain; he persuaded Costa Rica’s tourism board, the ICT, to publish clear entry requirements; and he worked tirelessly to inform airlines that bus tickets are legitimate proof of onward travel.Koger is survived by three children: twin daughters Amber and Nicole, and a son, Bryant, as well as two grandchildren, and fellow travelers around the world who became his friends. John Koger, second from right, had a passion for making it easier and safer for travelers to enjoy the country he loved. He is pictured here with romeros, faithful followers who make an annual pilgramage to the Basílica Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles in Cartago. (Courtesy of the family) Facebook Comments Related posts:Pilot, pianist, entrepreneur expat Richard Johnson dies at 91 Eulogy for Elaine Costa Rica police chief accused of illegally detaining US expats subject to court-ordered restrictions After 80 days, investigation continues into US man missing in Costa Ricalast_img read more

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Jet Airways appoints Vinay Dube as its new CEO

first_imgJet Airways India Ltd has named aviation veteran Vinay Dube as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO).The position of CEO at the airline has been vacant for more than two years since Cramer Ball resigned from the post. The Mumbai-based firm had appointed Gaurang Shetty as the acting CEO in 2016, who was subsequently replaced by Amit Agarwal, the company’s CFO, as the acting CEO.As the CEO of Jet Airways, Dube will be responsible for strengthening the airline’s overall business performance and its position in the domestic and international markets. He will also head the airline’s executive management team, which has been tasked by the board of directors to drive the company’s growth and future strategy by leveraging its partnership with equity partner Etihad Airways.“I am delighted that Vinay Dube will be joining Jet Airways as its Chief Executive Officer. An Indian American, Dubey brings an enviable combination of smart and sharp mindset with global exposure to industry best practices. I am sure Jet Airways will gain substantially from his wealth of experience and industry insight,” said Naresh Goyal, Chairman, Jet Airways.Dube is currently the Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific with Delta Air Lines Inc. During his decade-long career at Delta, Dube helped the airline profitably expand its Asia-Pacific business.Jet Airways stated in a statement that Dube has “an established track record of business restructuring at large, complex, multi-national organisations.”last_img read more

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Cyprus says Eurostat data on number of police officers somewhat misleading Updated

first_imgCyprus had the highest ratio of police officers per 100,000 residents in 2016, Eurostat showed on Friday but the force on the island said the figures were somewhat misleading.According to Eurostat, in 2016, Cyprus had 573 police officers per 100,000 residents, which was over six times Hungary’s ratio of 90 officers per 100,000 residents, the lowest of the countries measured.Cyprus’ figure was also almost double the average EU ratio in 2016, which was at 318 police officers per 100,000 people, or one police officer per 314 people.According to Eurostat, “the number of police officers in the EU has slowly been decreasing in recent years.”The EU had a total of 1.6 million police officers in 2016, a reduction of 3.4 per cent since 2009.That year, 2016, also marked a spiralling increase in female police officers in the EU, Eurostat showed. From 16.7 per cent in 2008, the figure rose to 21.1 per cent in 2016, indicating that one in five police officers was a woman.The study also showed that in 2016, half (49.5 per cent) of the 86,000 professional judges in the EU were women, while the share of women prison staff was one in four (25 per cent).Despite the decreasing number of police officers in the EU, there are still big differences between the member states, the report noted, especially if Hungary (90 officers per 100,000 people), Finland (137), Denmark (186) and Sweden (203), are compared to countries with much higher ratios such as Croatia (490), Greece (492), Malta (505) and Cyprus (573).One reason for this, Eurostat says, is that “countries organise their law enforcement differently, according to national needs, resources and priorities,” while another reason for the difference between the national figures is who each country counts as police.“For example, some special police units may be counted in different ways. The standard definition of police officers does not include clerks, maintenance staff and other employees who are not directly involved in typical police work,” Eurostat explained.This is the case for Cyprus, the police said in an announcement in response to Eurostat’s report, where it claimed that the high figure accounts for “the inclusion of various units and services which in other European countries constitute a separate body and are therefore not included in the statistics as members of the police.”These units and services include the immigration service, the port and maritime police, airport security, the presidential guard, as well as the departments responsible for the security of government buildings and embassies and the implementation of legislation concerning the control of smoking, noise, alcoholic beverages, the police said.“The aforementioned services are not included in the term ‘police’ in other countries, so any comparison becomes precarious, as in the case of the Cyprus police these are 20 per cent of its human resources.”Additionally, “the police force of other European states is supported by a large number of civilian personnel, which assist and strengthen the police services, which is not the case with the Cyprus police.”The police also highlighted that the large number of tourists who visit Cyprus, around four million, constitute a national need for a heightened ratio of police officers to population.“It is also worth mentioning,” the police said, “that even though in the EU the number of police officers fell by 3.4 per cent from 2009 until 2016, the corresponding figure for Cyprus was 14.7 per cent.”  You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Three arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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