Monthly Archives: July 2021

Wall Street hits all-time high on earnings, economic recovery

A sign indicating Wall Street is visible in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, New York, United States, July 19, 2021. REUTERS / Andrew Kelly The 3 main indices post weekly gains Dow closes above 35,000 for the very first time Social media stocks rally after optimistic results Intel sales forecast implicates difficult second half ...

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Helping Maine’s deer survive the winter is the focus of the Presque Isle reunion

National and local wildlife and conservation experts will host a meeting in Presque Isle next week for anyone interested in understanding a new law to help Maine’s deer population better survive extreme winters. NEAR ISLE, Maine – National and local wildlife and conservation experts will host a meeting in Presque Isle next week for anyone interested in understanding a new ...

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Mufti parents, separatists and J&K leaders on latest Pegasus list | Latest India News

Srinagar: The family phone numbers of former Jammu and Kashmiri chief minister Mehbooba Mufti, Kashmiri politicians, separatist leaders and journalists have been selected as possible targets for phone surveillance between 2017 and 2019, said Friday the online information portal The Wire. The Wire, which is part of a 17-member global investigative media consortium, reported that two of Mufti’s family members ...

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Kemp Launches Effort to Boost Georgia Electric Mobility Industry |

ATLANTA – Kia Motors America, which operates an assembly plant in Troup County producing 340,000 vehicles per year, recently dropped “Motors” from its name and is now known simply as “Kia America”. The reason? The Korean automaker’s $ 25 billion plan to switch to electric vehicles will soon make “engines” obsolete. This same trend is behind Gov. Brian Kemp’s announcement ...

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Tackling Child Hunger Act: Back Passage of East Bay Food Banks

Union City, California – Hunger and food insecurity have not gone away for 22 million children nationwide, including children in Union City who struggle to get enough to eat. That’s why 344 national, state and local groups are calling on Congress to permanently expand the summer electronic transfer benefits program for all children eligible to receive free and discounted school ...

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Each existing alliance in the game

Many alliance formations have changed the Big Brother 23 recently, and we’re breaking down all the existing alliances that fans should be paying attention to right now. Kyland Young’s experience as head of the household was a pleasant breeze from Brandon Frenchie’s chaotic reign over HOH in week 1. Therefore, new alliances had to be formed, while existing alliances had ...

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Amazon could try to dethrone Microsoft 365

It’s no secret that Amazon and Microsoft are entering the cloud space, as well as many other industries. It’s also no secret that Microsoft has gargantuan advances in some of these battlefields and that Amazon is tirelessly developing ways to stay competitive. That’s why it’s interesting to read the opinions of experts on whether Amazon’s supposed efforts to overturn Microsoft ...

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Nagaland House unopposed: NPF could join ruling camp to pursue Naga issue

For the second time since 2015, the Nagaland Assembly may soon find itself unopposed. The Naga Popular Front (FNP), the main opposition party in the Nagaland Legislative Assembly, which has 60 members, has offered to join the People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) led by Neiphiu Rio so that a government multi-stakeholder can help achieve a rapid resolution of political problems of ...

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Intel and Airtel Collaborate to Accelerate 5G | Business

SANTA CLARA, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Jul 21, 2021– What’s up: Intel and Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s leading communications solutions provider, today announced a collaboration to boost the development of 4G and 5G virtualized radio access network (vRAN) and network technology. open radio access (RAN) to transform Airtel networks in order to reap all the possibilities of 5G for ...

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Representative Dingell: “We don’t have to choose the environment or the jobs”

representative Debbie dingellDeborah (Debbie) Ann DingellOvernight Energy: Democrats seek to tackle climate change with import tax | Advocates say bigger deal needed to tackle climate crisis | Western forest fires worsen with 80 different fires White House supports House bill to fight ‘chemicals forever’ balance / sustainability (D-Mich.) On Tuesday rebuffed the idea that the transition to electric vehicles would ...

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Police statement on Cannonier / Watson case

Police have confirmed that Sophia Cannonier and Michael Watson are “inside their home under surveillance by BPS agents”. In a press release this afternoon [July 20], a police spokesperson said: “Following a breach this morning at the Cannonier Watson Residence, the Bermuda Police Department [BPS] can now confirm that the family is in their residence which is supervised by BPS ...

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AACI members choose Winn as president-elect

Newswise – Robert Winn, MD, director of the VCU Massey Cancer Center, was elected by the members of the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI) to the position of vice president / elected chair of the board of directors of the AACI. Dr. Winn’s new position is effective immediately. Current AACI President Caryn Lerman, PhD, director of the USC Norris ...

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QCT partners with DZS to create 5G network service deployment plans

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. PLANO, Texas, July 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), a global provider of data center solutions, and DZS (NASDAQ: DZSI), a global leader in optical and packet mobile transport, broadband connectivity and software-defined networking solutions, today announced a strategic partnership to jointly accelerate virtualization and ...

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Pathogenic fungi find new habitat on microplastic particles in soils

Representatives of many pathogenic fungal species find new habitats on microplastic particles in the soil and could thus be one of the possible causes of an increase in fungal infections. Researchers from Bayreuth, Hanover and Munich have demonstrated this in a new study. Using high-throughput methods, the scientists analyzed fungal communities from soil samples taken from sites near human settlements ...

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Rahim Reed retires from the community he helped build

Of all the words in Rahim Reed’s long title – Assistant Executive Vice Chancellor for Campus Community Relations – the one that meant most to him was “community”. “Everyone supports the community,” said Reed, who retired in June after 20 years in the post he was first to hold. “Everyone loves to be part of a community. HONOR RAHIM RAHIM ...

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‘Unprecedented’ Alliance Against China, Crypto Investment Streams, and More News

Source: Adobe / bbbar Get your daily digest of crypto-asset and blockchain news – by investigating the stories that go under the radar of today’s crypto news.____ Political news “Unprecedented group” of allies and partners – including the European Union, the United Kingdom and NATO – join the United States in exposing and criticizing the malicious cyber activities of the ...

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Big Data Valley enables coordinated innovation in Chongqing (southwest China)

Outlook July 19, 2021 1:25 PM IST Big Data Valley Enables Coordinated Innovation in Chongqing, Southwest China perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 (Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release has been sent to you under an agreement with AsiaNet. PTI assumes no editorial responsibility for this.) CHONGQING, China, July 16, 2021 / Xinhua-AsiaNet / – Recently, a total of 11 ...

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Batman just revealed an all-secret European bat army

Batman: The Detective # 4 reveals the Dark Knight has prepared for anything in Europe by activating what appears to be an army of allies! This article contains spoilers for Batman: The Detective # 4. Batman revealed he had a secret army of agents working in Europe. The Dark Knight has always had a reputation for preparation, but in Tom ...

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Murder of Haitian president risks sparking new gang violence in Caribbean country

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — In the days following the shooting death of the Haitian president, Jimmy Cherizier, leader of a powerful gang alliance here calling himself the G9, posted an exhortation on YouTube, calling for his supporters to rise up against the country’s oligarchs and seek justice for the murdered leader. “We are ready for war,” said Mr. Cherizier, a former ...

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Audi CEO calls for more EU investment in chip and battery cell production

Europe must regain lost ground in microchip production, battery cell manufacturing, software development and other digital skills, said Markus Duesmann, CEO of Audi. Building skills in these areas will help make the region’s auto industry less dependent on complex international supply chains, which struggled and in some cases came to a standstill during the pandemic. The global semiconductor shortage has ...

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Marion’s social justice activists call for action and unity

The Marion Alliance for Racial Equity hosted its first event of the year, focusing on the theme of unity Caleb mccullough Jul 17, 2021 7:20 PM Marion Alliance for Racial Equity co-founder Janessa Carr speaks at a Marion Unity rally at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection on Saturday. The rally was organized by the Marion Alliance for Racial Equity. ...

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Arlington County Board of Directors unanimously votes to rename Lee Highway

At a board meeting on Saturday, the Arlington County board of directors voted unanimously to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Arlington County officials voted unanimously on Saturday to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Langston was also the first Dean of Howard University Law School. The highway ...

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Stop treating hobbies as a productivity hack

Christopher Anderson / Magnum As Europe recovered from World War II, philosopher Josef Pieper wondered about leisure. “A time like the present,” he admitted, “seems at all times not to be a time to talk about leisure. We are engaged in rebuilding a house, and our hands are full. But such paybacks, according to Pieper, were also an opportunity for ...

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Couple run a mobile ax throwing business

HOMEWORTH – Got an ax to tune? Maybe Traci and Scott Finnegin can help. The Homeworth couple run a mobile ax throwing business that brings the activity popular at fairs, festivals, parties and corporate events in Alliance and surrounding areas for ages 18 and up. After:Find your core target at the Cantonese All American Ax Throwing They discovered ax throwing ...

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BPaL treatment remains effective against tuberculosis, according to Zenix trial by TB Alliance

Read the article The results of the study were presented ahead of the oral presentation of the abstract at the 11th IASHIV Scientific Conference next week. The TB Alliance’s ZeNix trial in South Africa and Eastern Europe aimed to reduce linezolid exposure and optimize a 6-month treatment plan. ZeNix, a Phase III clinical trial conducted at 11 sites in Georgia, ...

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Inge Hoffmann | Obituaries | Gloucester timetable

Inge Schneier Hoffmann May 16, 2021 Cambridge – Inge Schneier Hoffmann died on May 16 at her longtime home on Washington Avenue in Cambridge, MA. She was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1929, the only child of her Jewish parents, Joseph and Szerina Schneier, who immigrated to the United States at the age of 11, after the annexation of Austria ...

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Thursday: Surveillance, climate package, network manipulation, end of fleet & Windows 365

While an expert opinion criticizes “spyware against students” in the supervision of online digital exams, the EU climate package is also criticized for its phasing out of fossil fuels. Meanwhile, many civil rights organizations have agreed on a “People’s Declaration” and call for an end to “manipulative machines” on the Internet. Twitter is shutting down its self-destructive tweets called “Fleets,” ...

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17 Nominated for the Fernando Award

17 nominees for the Fernando Award | San Fernando Valley Business Journal Wednesday July 14, 2021 The Fernando Prize Foundation on Wednesday announced 17 nominees for this year’s Fernando Prize. “This is one of the largest and most diverse candidate pools in Fernando’s history,” said Fernando Award Foundation co-chairs Mark Levinson and Pegi Matsuda. “It shows that despite the challenges ...

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Home care workers demand better jobs.

More than 200 home care workers, advocates and partners gathered in Federal Square yesterday afternoon for the #CareIsEssential rally. They demanded better union jobs with decent wages. They also stressed the urgency of prioritizing an industry led by women of color in stimulus packages. At a press conference held before the rally, US Democratic representatives Robin Kelly and Jan Schakowsky ...

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Williamson County’s new homeless group home to open in fall

The county’s first group home to help the homeless will not open this month as scheduled. The house, made possible through grants and donations obtained by the Williamson County Homeless Alliance, was originally scheduled to open in July, but alliance co-founder Kevin Riggs told the Tennessean that the date of opening would likely be in the fall due to not ...

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Solista forms Zero Trust Alliance to deliver a unified security experience

CORPORATE NEWS: Solista, an award-winning Australian cloud transformation and security consultancy, announced the formation of the Zero Trust Alliance, an integrated security offering combining the best technologies from market-leading security providers , CrowdStrike, Netskope, Okta, Illumio, CyberArk and Mimecast. Digital businesses are creating unprecedented cyber risks, and many organizations struggle to balance cybersecurity with everyday business needs. Different organizational requirements, ...

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Sheila Edwards Lange chosen as UW Tacoma chancellor

Press Releases July 13, 2021 University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce and President Mark A. Richards today announced the selection of Sheila Edwards Lange, President of Seattle Central College, as Chancellor of the University of Washington Tacoma. His appointment, awaiting approval from the UW board of regents, is expected to begin on September 16. Edwards Lange has many years ...

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Interview with AP: EPA Water Officer on Drinking Water Protection

To finally determine a sustainable definition of waterways eligible for federal protection under the Clean Water Act, the new Water Director of the Environmental Protection Agency said everyone affected by the issue will need to be involved. Radhika Fox recently spoke to The Associated Press about the Biden administration’s plan to rewrite the regulations, also known as Waters of the ...

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Finished first in all-around in Savannah, GA

Western Branch Senior Brianna Schluneker has been doing gymnastics for several years and suffered several injuries during her performances. “I broke several bones, suffered a tear in the labrum and also had hip injuries recently,” she said. “I have developed chronic pain but love gymnastics.” About a year after successfully undergoing hip surgery, Schluneker was at the top of his ...

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Artificial intelligence leader DataRobot to host Morgantown career fair on Tuesday

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – DataRobot, the leader in artificial intelligence, will host a public career fair from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown on Tuesday, July 13. In June, DataRobot announced the opening of a new office at Vantage Ventures Morgantown headquarters. The company plans to create new jobs in West Virginia’s rapidly growing tech ...

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What are the challenges of redistribution

Illustration by Adriana Heldiz San Diego is about to get a new electoral map. Each decade, an independent group reviews the census information and sets out to redraw the lines. The changes this time around will probably be less dramatic than in the past, however, there will be changes due to demographic changes during the last years. In a new ...

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A new alliance in the making in Bihar? Shunned by the uncle, Chirag Paswan composes Lalu Prasad, Tejashwi

Amid the political drama unfolding in Bihar, Lok Janshankti (LJP) party leader Chirag Paswan met Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) national secretary general Shyam Rajak this weekend. The meeting comes amid the bitter standoff between Chirag Paswan and his uncle, Union Minister Pashupati Kumar Paras, over Ram Vilas Paswan’s political legacy claim. In a conversation with ANI, Rajak said: “Anyone who ...

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Sacajawea, Lewis and Clark statue falls

Quickly move forward to a Zoom meeting in 2021, where the board consulted Abrahamson and the Exploration Center’s executive director, Alexandria Searls. In 2019, the center expressed interest in taking the statue, and now in 2021, they plan to work with descendants of Sacajawea and other indigenous groups to contextualize it within the new setting. “Our hope is to involve ...

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Hong Kong pro-democracy group downsizes amid crackdown

One of Hong Kong’s most established pro-democracy civic organizations said on Saturday it was laying off its paid staff and halving the size of its steering committee amid Beijing’s crackdown on opposition activities in the semi-autonomous Chinese city. The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of China’s Democratic Patriotic Movements is best known for hosting an annual rally and candlelight vigil ...

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A third InfiniBand dialect in the works – again

The InfiniBand interconnect grew out of the ashes of a struggle over the future of server I / O at the end of the last millennium, and instead of becoming that generic I / O, it became a low-latency, high-performance interconnect. large bandwidth used for high performance computing. And in this role he undoubtedly succeeded. Over the past fifteen years, ...

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University of Texas partners with tech companies to create new 6G R&D center

The University of Texas (UT) has partnered with technology companies Qualcomm, Samsung, AT&T, NVIDIA and InterDigital to establish a new research center, dubbed 6G @ UT, to lay the foundation for 6G. “The advancements in wireless communications and machine learning over the past decade have been incredible, yet distinct,” said Jeffrey Andrews, director of 6G @ UT. “Coupled with vast ...

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France launches a training academy for the battery industry

France and EIT InnoEnergy, an independent body created by the EU, have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch the so-called EBA250 Academy to retrain and develop tens of thousands of workers for the French battery industry. Concretely, the partnership aims to bring around 150,000 people to the academy by 2025. The context is that France plans to open three ...

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Thermo Fisher, Ortho Clinical partner for the supply of quality control products

Thermo Fisher MAS quality control products will help increase the productivity of clinical laboratories. Credit: Thermo Fisher Scientific. Thermo Fisher Scientific has partnered with Ortho Clinical Diagnostics to provide its MAS quality controls and LabLink xL quality assurance software for use with their VITROS analyzers. As per the agreement, Ortho Clinical users will have full access to MAS third-party quality ...

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H2 Green Steel joins European CEO Alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel

H2 Green Steel joins European CEO Alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel H2 Green Steel has joined a cross-sectoral European CEO alliance bringing its expertise in hydrogen and carbonless steel to further support the EU’s Green Deal and reduce carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. The alliance issued policy recommendations ahead of the European Commission’s Fit for ...

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the good, the bad and the ugly, Evangelical Focus

At June 24, the European Parliament adopted a report “on the situation of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the EU, in the context of women’s health”. This report is named after its rapporteur, Croatian MEP Predrag Fred Matić. The report has been the subject of fierce debate both in Parliament and in several EU Member States, notably by ...

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Delta Dental Plan of Maine adds 3 people to its Board of Directors

APPOINTMENTS TO THE BOARD Marcia Minter Dr Grace Odimayo Dr Brad Rand Delta Dental Plan of Maine announced the recent election of three new directors to its board of directors: Marcia Minter from Portland, Dr Grace Odimayo Augusta and Dr Brad Rand of the brewer. Minter is the co-founder and executive director of Indigo Arts Alliance in Portland, a nonprofit ...

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Blog | Mazar-e-Sharif: Yesterday and Today, Opinions & Blogs News

May 1997. The Taliban militia, backed by Pakistan, rushes to take control of Afghanistan. About two-thirds of the country was under his control and the rest under the Northern Alliance or Jumbish-e-Islami, a coalition of militias loyal to General Abdul Rashid Dostum, Karim Khalili’s Hizb-e-Wahadat and the Jamiat- e -Islami of Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani & Ahmed Shah Masood, the Lion ...

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Lung Ambition Alliance: Almost a Quarter of Lung Cancer Deaths Could be Prevented in High-Risk Populations Through Targeted Lung Cancer Screening Globally

LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – A report released today, “Lung cancer screening: the cost of inaction”shows that screening for lung cancer presents a critical opportunity to dramatically improve survival.1 Almost a quarter of lung cancer deaths could be prevented in high-risk populations through the adoption of targeted screening with low-dose computed tomography (LDCT), as based on the results of the NELSON study.2 ...

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New EFI Fiery digital front-ends for maximum efficiency of the Konica Minolta AccurioPress C7100 Series reader

Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. FREMONT, Calif., July 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Electronics for imaging, Inc. and Konica Minolta US Business Solutions, Inc. (Konica Minolta) announces new EFI ™ Fiery® Digital Front Ends (DFEs) for the Konica Minolta AccurioPress C7100 Series light production presses. New EFI Fiery ...

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Silver Fern Farms to phase out charcoal by 2030 and embrace regenerative agriculture

Mary-Jo Tohill / Stuff Silver Fern Farms will stop using coal in its factories by 2030. Silver Fern Farms, the country’s largest meat processor, has pledged to end the use of coal in its factories by 2030, ahead of government targets. Co-chair Rob Hewett told the company’s supplier shareholders at its annual Farmers’ Conference in Wellington on Thursday that the ...

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Jio and Google Cloud 5G win-win partnership

Jio and Google Cloud 5G win-win partnership. Source: Jio Google is taking its collaboration with Reliance a step further with a new 5G partnership. The partnership involves collaboration for Jio’s 5G telecommunications service and the migration of core businesses of parent company Reliance Industries, including Reliance Retail, JioMart, and JioSaavn to Google Cloud infrastructure. Overall, the alliance between the two ...

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Loyalty Management Software Market Size and Revenue Analysis

Latest World Report Loyalty Management Software Market suggests a positive growth rate in the coming years. Analysts have studied the historical data and compared it to the current market scenario to determine the path this market will take in the years to come. The investigative approach taken to understand different aspects of the market aims to give readers a holistic ...

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People’s Pulse – Doaba: Oppn feels real opportunity as Punjab Cong fights dissent: The Tribune India

Deepkamal KaurTribune press serviceJalandhar, July 7 Doaba proved to be a congressional stronghold in 2017, with the party bagging 15 of the region’s 23 Assembly seats, a much better performance than in 2012, when it could only win six. As the Punjab heads to the polls early next year, the ruling party, which resonated with confidence in Doaba and elsewhere ...

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The Python Challenge Begins | Events

Photos by Katie Murphy of the Alliance for Florida National Parks There is only one competition that interests the Burmese python: to be the next ruler of the swamp. But the Alliance is here to help end his rule. Governor DeSantis recently announced that the Florida Python Challenge will now be held annually – and the sporting event will begin ...

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With union consent, Indian automakers ramp up production amid raging pandemic

Despite at least 21 deaths and thousands of coronavirus infections among autoworkers in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in the past two months, the party government of the State Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (DMK) demanded that automobile production be carried out essentially at full capacity. . The government has said that “any business that exports or supplies export-oriented industries will ...

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Global Covid-19 death toll exceeds 4 million

In total, three countries account for more than a third of all deaths worldwide. The United States, which has the highest death toll with 606,000, accounts for 15% of the world total, followed by Brazil and India. The Delta variant, a more transmissible and possibly more dangerous strain of coronavirus, is also contributing to an increase in cases in some ...

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New report aims to make musculoskeletal health a global priority

An international research team has found that despite being the leading global cause of pain, disability, and health care spending, the prevention and management of musculoskeletal health, including conditions such as low back pain , fractures, arthritis and osteoporosis, are globally under-prioritized has developed an action plan to fill this gap. In response to a targeted call from the Global ...

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Coffee benefits farmers in Kenya

The Growers Alliance Café & Gift Shop on Anastasia Boulevard in St. Augustine isn’t just a business for owners Martin Kabuki and Purity Gikunju – it’s a way to help coffee growers in their native Kenya. Children of coffee farmers, the partners know the hard life of the people who harvest the beans for drink. While working as a dishwasher ...

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Arizona’s Most Influential Women in Business for 2021

There are many adjectives that could be used to describe each of the most influential women in business in Arizona for 2021. Smart. Inventive. Independent. But also solidarity. “What makes me most proud is to see those I have led, mentored or coached – especially those of the next generation of workers – thrive in the best versions of themselves,” ...

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judge upholds order banning Selah from removing anti-racist group signs | Crime and courts

A federal judge formalized his previous order prohibiting Selah city officials from enforcing parts of the city’s ordinances on signs. The 35-page order of United States District Court Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson, issued on June 30, expanded her original oral order in the lawsuit brought by members of the Selah Alliance For Equality against the city. SAFE alleges in court ...

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Myanmar mountain camp where rebels train to fight the junta

They are pouring into Camp Victoria, the headquarters of the longtime ethnic Chin National Front (CNF) army in western Myanmar near the Indian border. They defy attempts by camp management to suspend training due to the Covid-19 pandemic. At the dawn of adulthood, these volunteers say they demonstrated against the military coup that swept through their civilian government in February. ...

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The BJP is ready for a long job under the leadership of Fadnavis

Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook on July 7 a complete overhaul of his cabinet. It was a highly anticipated exercise and speculation had been rife for several weeks. In Modi’s signature style, the actual exercise had nothing to do with speculation, and to call it a reshuffle would be a huge understatement. Given the enormity of the changes driven by ...

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The Gupkar alliance condemns the summons to the emergency room of Mehbooba Mufti’s mother

The People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), an amalgamation of five parties in Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday condemned the decision of the Directorate of Execution (ED) to summon the mother of the chairman of the Democratic Party of the People (PDP), Mehbooba Mufti, in an alleged money laundering case. “The convocation of the widow of the former Union ...

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A new LGBTQ real estate group is growing

A year after its launch in the United States, a new association for LGBTQ real estate professionals is expanding to Canada and is looking to take the plunge with chapters in Europe. It invites its 1,300 members to attend its first conference in September in Las Vegas. The LGBTQ + Real Estate Alliance officially formed last June and opened its ...

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Mom and Pop Alliance to give voice to South Carolina small businesses

A small business owner upstate formed a group to advocate for other small businesses at the state level. Diane Hardy, owner of Nothing Bundt Cakes in Greenville, made the official announcement last week in Greenville. Hardy said she understands the challenges facing small business owners in the state. It was this personal understanding, coupled with her business experience during COVID-19 ...

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Spain adopts law on transgender equality; Protests engulf country after homophobic murder – people’s world

Members of the Unidas Podemos coalition march in the Madrid pride parade, celebrating the passage of the new transgender equality law, behind a banner reading: “These are rights, not wishes. law!’ | via Unidas Podemos “These are rights, not wishes. It’s the law! ”Read the pink, blue and white banner of the Spanish Communist Party as its members marched with ...

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FIDO Alliance update: new guidelines, standards improvements

Identity and Access Management, Multi-Factor and Risk-Based Authentication, Security Operations Executive Director Andrew Shikiar describes the latest developments Gonzalo de la Hoz Arespacochaga, Arun De Souza, Brian Dean, Benjamin Dean, Dylan DeAnda, Juan Deaton, Subhajit Deb, Global CISO and DPO (APAC), Dr Reddy’s Laboratories • July 7, 2021 Andrew Shikiar, Executive Director, FIDO Alliance The FIDO Alliance, which develops and ...

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Paper industry and drugmakers fight over obligation to print prescribing information

Drugmakers are resuming their annual lobbying battle with the paper industry over an obscure clause slipped into a key spending bill. The House Appropriations Committee’s legislation to fund the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), brought forward last week, includes a provision preventing the agency from scanning prescribing information. Congress has passed a similar endorsement every year since 2015 in response ...

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on deceptive apps and practices: unmasking the ACT App (le) association | IP Kidon

On July 1, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), under the leadership of incoming President Lina Khan, held the first Commission meeting in a series of announced monthly meetings. It was interesting to look, and I am optimistic that President Khan, an accomplished Columbia University law professor who was one of the principal authors of last year’s House report on Competition ...

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Before moving to phase 3 of the camping ban enforcement, Austin is still researching housing options for the homeless

The third phase of the application of Proposal B is expected to begin on July 11 and the next municipal staff report on immediate housing options will be released on July 22. (Ben Thompson / Community Impact Newspaper) Days before Austin’s transition from phase two to phase three of implementing Proposition B, the city is still working to identify options ...

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Vanderburgh County Women’s Fund accepts grant applications

The Vanderburgh Community Foundation is now accepting online applications for the Vanderburgh County Women’s Fund grant program. Grant applications must be submitted before 5 p.m. on Friday July 30 and must be completed online via the Foundation’s website. The Women’s Fund will award two impact grants of $ 35,000 at its annual meeting in November – one for a project ...

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Art Prize valued at $ 42,000 – browngrotta arts and UncommonGood Fundraiser in support of breast cancer research

Lia Cook, Spatial Ikat III-2, 1976 (Photo by Tom Grotta) Coming from a pivotal period in Lia Cook’s career, the work combines the masterful technique and the sensory experience of the viewer for which Cook is celebrated. – Tom Grotta, co-curator at browngrotta arts WILTON, Connecticut (PRWEB) July 07, 2021 brown cave arts is pleased to announce its Art for ...

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What to do with food waste? Well it depends

The expected drop in the number of landfills across the United States, coupled with a ban on disposing of large amounts of organic waste in landfills that has been passed in several states, has prompted researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL ) from the US Department of Energy (DOE) examine other ways to tackle the problem of food ...

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