The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story By Press Trust of India on May 23, 2020 News Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Comments (0) Read Article doctorHealthcareITDC Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 ITDC to have enhanced health and safety protocols; to form advisory board The corporation is forming a Health and Safety Advisory Board with leading doctors as mentors, ITDC India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) said it is committed to placing health and safety on top priority, while retaining traditional hospitality, as the world battles the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.The corporation is forming a Health and Safety Advisory Board with leading doctors as mentors, ITDC said in a statement.The entire post-COVID initiative is a 360 degree amalgamation of SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) codes, technology, training, medical expertise and strict protocols, it added.“The aim is to instill a feeling of reassurance and well-being in the minds of our patrons. Our initiative will be based on international benchmarking and be imbued with our deepest concern for our guests,” ITDC Chairman and MD G Kamala Vardhana Rao said.ITDC has started a rigorous training intervention on health and safety protocols at its flagship property, The Ashok, the statement said.ITDC has hotels under the iconic Ashok brand, and also has Hotel Samrat in Delhi. MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Related Posts Share Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Add Comment
Joseph Waring AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 16 MAY 2016 Chinese ride-hailing app Didi Chuxing, formerly known as Didi Kuaidi, reportedly is planning an initial public offering (IPO) in New York as soon as next year.The timing of the IPO will depend on how the competitive landscape evolves over the next year, Bloomberg reported.The announcement comes just days after Apple said it is investing $1 billion in Didi, the single largest investment the company has ever received. Apple joins companies like Tencent and Alibaba to “help further Didi’s mission of building a data-driven rideshare platform to serve hundreds of millions of Chinese drivers and passengers,” Didi said in a statement.Didi claims to control 87 per cent of the Chinese private car-hailing market and more than 99 per cent of the taxi-hailing business, but it is facing fierce competition from US-based Uber, which received nearly $2 billion in funding from a group of Chinese investors in January and has been aggressively expanding in China, and the Asia region.Back in December, four ride-hailing services — Didi Chuxing, US-based Lyft, India’s Ola and Southeast Asia’s GrabTaxi – agreed to partner to scale up their services to compete against Uber. Previous ArticleCollaboration critical to address fraud challengesNext ArticleChina to account for 40% of VR shipments this year Author Asia Tags HomeAsiaNews China’s Didi Chuxing plans IPO in 2017 – report Related China to accelerate 6G push over next 5 years Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more China smartphone shipments grow China tightens app data collection rules AppleChinaDidi ChuxingIPOUber
STATELINE, Nev. – U.S. Davis Cup captain Mardy Fish won the American Century Championship on Sunday, holding off former Buffalo defensive tackle Kyle Williams a day after a record-setting round. The 38-year-old former tennis player jumped into Lake Tahoe in celebration. “I’ve wanted to play well here for a long time,” said Fish, a six-time winner on the ATP Tour. “It just doesn’t suit my eye very well, so I haven’t put it all together. And thankfully I put it all together yesterday because it wasn’t today and it wasn’t Friday.” The celebrity tournament was played without fans at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course because of the coronavirus pandemic. The $600,000 purse and additional money will be donated to organizations supporting COVID-19 relief efforts, the Equal Justice Initiative and Lake Tahoe regional non-profits. Fish birdied the par-5 16th and 18th holes for a 21-point day and 76-point total – nine better than Williams – under the modified Stableford scoring system. On Saturday, Fish birdied the final five holes for a course-record 9-under 63 and event-record 37-point round. The left-hander won after finishing in the top five five times in his previous six starts. Full-field scores from the American Century Championship The nearly 300-pound Williams was trying to become the first lineman to win the event. He had 15 points in the final round. “I’m happy for Mardy,” Williams said. “I don’t like that he did it at my expense, but he was the best player this week.” Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz was third with 58 points after a 21-point round. “Mardy played fearless. He played relentless,” Smoltz said. “He didn’t change his theory and it ended up working out.” Golden State star Stephen Curry was fourth. He closed with a 26-point day to finish with 56 points. Former Dallas quarterback Tony Romo, the winner the last two years, withdrew after injuring a wrist late in the second round Saturday. He was tied for fourth after two rounds.
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3 PhD Students System-Oriented Database Research, Netherlands Similar Stories Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweet June 9, 2011 Published by Site Default LinkedIn 0 Share 0 Deadline: not statedOpen to: holders of at least a master degree in computer science, mathematics, or related fieldsStudentship: € 2,037/month during the first year, € 2,610 during the fourth yearCWI is an internationally renowned research institute in mathematics and computer science, located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The focus is on fundamental research problems, derived from societal needs. Research is carried out in 18 research themes. More information about these themes can be found on the website where you can also find the Annual Reports of the institute. A substantial part of this research is carried out in the framework of national or international programs.CWI maintains excellent relations with industry and the academic world, both in the Netherlands as well as abroad. After their research careers at CWI, an increasing number of young staff members find employment in these sectors, for example in spin-off companies that are based on research results from CWI. Of course, library and computing facilities are first-rate. CWI’s non-scientific services to its personnel include career planning, training and courses, assistance in finding housing, and tailor-made solutions to problems that may occasionally arise.· run-time query optimization,· pay-as-you-go indexing (cracking),· multi-query optimization,· architecture-conscious algorithms,· managing large graph-structured data sets,· large scale (array-based) scientific data management.CWI has vacancies for three talented PhD candidates at the DB Architecture Group.The Database Architectures group is one of the world-wide leading groups in system-oriented database research. A year ago, it received the 10-year best paper award at VLDB 2009 for their pioneering research on hardware-aware database technology and the column-store model. The group has a unique methodology that combines fundamental database research with active participation of all group members in database engineering, centered around the open-source analytical database system MonetDB (). You will be expected to write both papers and code.The focus of the group and of this position is on data management and specifically on database architectures. Within that focus, the topic portfolio of the group is broad and for the PhD positions there is a large degree of freedom.EligibilityThe PhD candidates must have at least a master degree in computer science, mathematics, or related fields. Preferable qualifications for candidates include proven research talent, system programming skills (C/C++), practical experience with systems, and software development in a team.One should have good academic writing and presentation skills. Candidates are expected to have an excellent command of English.StudentshipsThe terms of employment are in accordance with the Dutch “CAO-onderzoeksinstellingen”. Moreover CWI offers attractive working conditions, including flexibility and help with housing for foreigners.The gross monthly salary (on a full time basis) will be € 2,037 during the first year and will reach € 2,610 during the fourth year. Application ProcessApply here. Additional information can be obtained from dr. Peter Boncz, email [email protected], telephone +31(0)20 592 4309, or dr. Stefan Manegold, email [email protected], telephone +31(0)20 592 4212.The official webpage. ← Post-Doctoral Researcher @ “Macroeconomics and Labor Markets”, University of Zurich Reddit +1 Enter! Youth Meeting, Strasbourg →
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink TagsMultifamily Marketsignature bank Most of the loan forbearance agreements provided to borrowers expire between August and September. The bank will consider giving borrowers additional time on a case-by-case basis.Community banks, including Signature Bank, are the primary lenders for the roughly 1 million rent-stabilized apartments in New York City. Signature Bank’s rent-stabilized portfolio — which accounts for roughly half of its multifamily loans — took a beating during the first quarter of 2020, with rent collections falling 50 percent.Despite the increased rent collections over the last three months, Signature Bank reported second quarter income of $117.2 million, a small increase from $99.6 million the first quarter but down from $147.3 million during the same period in 2019.Office rent collections for the quarter ranged from 65 to 80 percent, and retail rent collections ranged between 35 and 65 percent of normal levels, DePaolo said. Share via Shortlink Signature Bank CEO Joseph DePaolo (Getty, iStock)Signature Bank, one of New York City’s most active multifamily lenders, was “pleasantly surprised” by rent collections during the last quarter.Its $15 billion multifamily portfolio, which accounts for 30 percent of its total holdings, saw rent collections top 80 percent during the second quarter, the bank reported during an earnings call Tuesday.Still, $9.4 billion of the loans in Signature Bank’s $50 billion portfolio remain in deferral. That’s down from $10.9 billion at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. By July 15, $2.2 billion of those loan deferral agreements were scheduled to expire, and $1.3 billion of those, or 60 percent, began paying again, Joseph DePaolo, president and CEO of Signature Bank, said the earnings call.Read moreSignature Bank collections down 50% in rent-stabilized apartmentsCommunity banks put on a brave face after rent-reg market fell
Mojang: Minecraft is not an advertising platformNew rules prevent third-party entities from using Minecraft and its gameplay for promotional purposesMatthew HandrahanEditor-in-ChiefWednesday 1st June 2016Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleMojangThe huge popularity of Minecraft has made it a viable platform for selling third-party products, and Mojang is very uncomfortable with that idea.The Microsoft-owned Swedish developer has introduced new rules to prevent third-party entities from using the world and gameplay of Minecraft for promotional purposes. In a blog post published yesterday, Mojang’s director of creative communications, Owen Hill, said that the rules were “completely unrelated” to “the usual server and video monetisation.””We want to empower our community to make money from their creativity, but we’re not happy when the selling of an unrelated product becomes the purpose of a Minecraft mod or server,” Hill said. According to a new section of Minecraft’s Commercial Usage Guidelines – titled “Building Promotions With Minecraft” – the rules are designed to prevent, “corporations, businesses, advertising agencies, non-profits, governments, and other entities,” from using MInecraft as an advertising platform.Specifically, the following uses of MInecraft are now prohibited:Build or commission others to build, a Minecraft mod, map or server that promotes or markets unrelated products or services in playable form; for example, you are NOT allowed to market or promote a branded automobile using a mod that depicts branded automobiles within Minecraft game play.Build or commission others to build, a Minecraft mod/map/server that promotes or markets a company’s movie or TV show; for example, you are NOT allowed to build maps and/or videos using Minecraft blocks that build out the world or characters of a movie to promote and market your company’s or your client’s movie or TV program.Offer Minecraft gameplay displayed or projected publicly within physical locations; for example, you are NOT allowed to promote or advertise big-screen Minecraft gameplay inside restaurants or other commercial venues; and you are NOT allowed to charge money for Minecraft gameplay, leagues, or competitions in theaters where gameplay is projected onto the movie screen.Create or commission others to create promotional or marketing videos or movie trailers through Minecraft gameplay; for example, you are NOT allowed to create or produce movie trailers through Minecraft gameplay for promoting or marketing a movie.to promote your (or your client’s) corporate brands, products, or services.However, certain promotional activities will be allowed. Paid advertisements attached to user-created Minecraft videos are permitted, for example, and users are still free to express their enthusiasm for a product or person using Minecraft’s building tools.Mojang is also open to partnerships with third-party companies, such as a recent collaboration with Nintendo on a Super Mario DLC pack that was distributed to users for free. In that case, Nintendo actually issued copyright claims against videos created by Minecraft’s community, despite previously offering assurances that it would not do so.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesMinecraft Earth shutting downJust over a year after launch, Mojang says it will pull the plug on its mobile AR game June 30By Brendan Sinclair 4 months agoMojang games to require Microsoft accountAll the titles from the Minecraft developer will be impacted by the change, including Minecraft Java EditionBy Marie Dealessandri 6 months agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.
Solar developer wins UK High Court battleA judge in London’s High Court branded a decision by a government minister to block a solar farm a ‘perverse decision’. The politician’s actions were a result of ‘political expediency’ said developer Lark Energy after the court verdict. June 23, 2014 Max Hall Installations Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share A judge in the English High Court has slammed the ‘perverse decision’ of the UK government’s secretary of state for communities and local government to block planning consent for a 24 MW solar farm on a former airfield in Suffolk. Overturning the decision by secretary of state Eric Pickles to block the planning application and subsequently refusing any leave for the government to appeal Justice Keith Lindblom said Pickles’ decision the scheme was in conflict with the local authority’s development plan “does not show that he performed his duty under section 38(6) [of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.” The decision by Pickles, in October, to overrule a planning inspector’s approval of the scheme following a public inquiry and relating to a planning application initially rejected by the Waveney District Council local authority despite having received only three letters of objection was overturned in the High Court in London, allowing East Midlands-based developer Lark Energy to continue with the project. Welcoming the High Court’s decision, Jo Wall, Lark Energy’s development director, said: “We were always concerned about the legality of the secretary of state’s decision as it appeared to have been made without due regard to the local plan. “It was clear to anyone that read the secretary of state’s decision notice that this project was a victim of political expediency rather than rigorous application of planning policy.” Fracking and nuclear enjoy government backing, claim Lark Energy, which announced the decision in a press release this afternoon, contrasted the public support and political opposition experienced by the Ellough project in Suffolk, with efforts to smooth planning consents for natural gas fracking and nuclear schemes. Lark Energy MD Jonathan Selwyn, said: “It would seem some elements of the government wish to prevent large scale solar developments even where the majority of the public supports them. “This is in stark contrast to the treatment afforded the far less popular fracking and nuclear industries and is difficult for the many SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprizes) engaged in the solar sector to understand.” The Ellough scheme is on low grade agricultural land on a former World War II airfield, is next to what Lark Energy describes as ‘a substantial industrial area’ and wraps around a large turkey factory. 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First posted on WordPressToday, we wish there were more doctors, more hospitals, more nurses and ward boys and other health workers. We search desparately for vegetable and fruit vendors and those small grocery stores in our neighborhood. We are happy when we see the cleanliness workers come daily. When we see the police we feel safe.Today, we are not bothered which filmstar’s movie is held up, we are not bothered what exercise they are doing at home, neither are we bothered that the sportsmen are sitting at home.We are not bothered whether the malls, with their expensive shops, are open or not.We can manage with our current mobile, we don’t look forward to the newest model to buy and flaunt.We see that the Indian industries are being philanthropic and really looking to contribute to the nation whereas the international brands, which we swore by, are nowhere to be seen and are waiting it out, waiting for the day when Indian citizens can again loosen their pursestrings.Though we were the reason for many the animals and birds getting extinct, today when we see some of them reclaiming their space in the cities and towns, we feel most excited.We wake up to clean skies and clear air and appreciate the ability of Mother Earth to rejuvenate herself.However, once this passes, will we forget all these things and go back to being as foolish as before and start doing the same things over again.I think that’s what we will do.What do you think, friends?Yatindra Tawde
Joe Raedle/Getty Images(ORLANDO, Fla.) — People in Orlando and across the country observed a moment of silence two years after 49 people were gunned down at Pulse nightclub. At noon, 149 churches in all 50 states rang bells 49 times to honor those killed, according to the One Orlando Alliance.A crowd also gathered at a temporary memorial outside the nightclub at 2:02 a.m, the time the shooting started, ABC Orlando affiliate WFTV reported.Gov. Rick Scott, who visited the Pulse Memorial Tuesday morning, declared June 12 Pulse Remembrance Day in Florida.Scott asked all residents to pause for a moment of silence Tuesday morning and ordered state flags in Florida to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset.At a solemn gathering outside one Orlando church, the names of the 49 people killed were read out loud as a bell tolled once for each victim.Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer called the shooting the “darkest day in our city’s history” in a video statement on Tuesday.“On this day and every day, we remember the 49 lives taken on June 12, 2016, and vow to continue to support the survivors and victims’ families,” Dyer said.The massacre was the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history at the time. The Oct. 2017 Las Vegas massacre, which killed 58, has since become the nation’s deadliest mass shooting.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.