Bridge replacing Lakshman Jhula in Rishikesh to come up before 2021 Kumbh

first_imgDehradun: A suspension bridge will be built on the Ganga in Rishikesh before the ‘Kumbh Mela’ of 2021 as an alternative to the iconic Lakshman Jhula, which was closed last month because of its dilapidated condition, an official said Saturday. A suspension bridge with a span of 150 metres meant for pedestrians will be built close to the iconic Lakshman Jhula as its substitute, Additional Chief Secretary Om Prakash said. A site for the bridge on the upper stream side of Lakshman Jhula has been identified by the PWD and an amount of more than Rs 3 crore has been sanctioned for initial work related to the project, he said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details “We have set ourself the target of completing the construction of the bridge before the 2021 Kumbh Mela,” the official said, adding that the iconic bridge will be preserved as a British-era legacy. The 90-year-old bridge was shut on July 12 for safety reasons after experts found that the loading capacity of its components had come down drastically over the years making it unfit for use. Locals and traders protested its closure before the start of the ‘Kanwar Mela’. However, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat had assured representatives from the area that an alternative bridge will soon be built on the Ganga.last_img read more

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Kathy Bates Hosts American Cancer Society Birthday Ball

first_imgThe American Cancer Society presented its annual birthday ball on June 6th during National Cancer Survivors weekend hosted by Academy Award-winner Kathy Bates and a special performance by Katharine McPhee.Kathy Bates and Katharine McPhee attend the American Cancer Society’s Birthday BallCredit/Copyright: Dan SteinbergKathy explained to the crowd about her battle with breast cancer, and enduring a double mastectomy. After fighting for her life and free from Cancer, she learned that she now suffers from Lymphedema. She battles this post cancer complication daily and is an advocate to others of how it is important to understand this disease.Katharine McPhee performs at the American Cancer Society’s Birthday BallCredit/Copyright: Dan SteinbergKatharine McPhee flew in from NYC and had to leave directly back to NYC, but came to support the American Cancer Society. She performed ” Over the Rainbow” and songs from her previous show Smash.Kathy Bates and co- star Gabby Sidibe of American Horror Story attend American Cancer Society’s Birthday BallCredit/Copyright: Dan SteinbergGabby Sidibe of American Horror Story came to support her co-star and good friend Kathy Bates host the Birthday Ball. Event Chair, Michael Miller presented Alana Stewart of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation a memorable portrait for all their charitable efforts at the American Cancer Society’s Birthday Ball. Alana attended with her son Sean Stewart.Guests enjoyed a live auction and dinner provided by the Beverly Hilton. It was a night to celebrate those who have survived, and those who do so much to fight Cancer.last_img read more

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Adam Sandler facing NotYourHollywoodIndian backlash

first_imgAPTN National NewsAdam Sandler, one of America’s highest paid comedians, is now the centre of social media outrage after his Native American cast walked off the set this week.It sparked thousands of tweets followed by a trending hashtag: #NotYourHollywoodIndian.The actors, mainly from the Navajo Nation, quit the big budget film claiming the Adam Sandler co-written script was deeply offensive to Indigenous women and Indigenous culture.APTN’s Jaydon Flett has more.last_img

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Littleknown Family Information Unit ready to help MMIWG families to get information

first_imgKathleen Martens APTN News Anida Ross, the mother of Delaine Copenace, was upset.“I tried requesting autopsy photos but they won’t let me have them,” she told the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls in Thunder Bay.“Because they said it belongs to the OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) I said, ‘Yeah, pictures of my daughter belong to you? No, they should belong to me.’”Accessing crime scene images along with autopsy information has emerged as a major sore spot for families, according to testimony at the eight public hearings to date.Some have described tense battles with police and government agencies for official documents as they try to fill in the gaps of what happened to their loved ones.“That’s where we come in,” said Laurie Davies of the Family Information Liaison Unit (FILU) in Edmonton.“We run alongside the national inquiry, and provide support to families in each province and territory,” she said.The units began operating in April 2017. Davies said they can help families get everything from medical reports to death certificates, help them interpret the information, and connect them with counselling to deal with the results.It’s a role Davies, who has travelled to every community in her Alberta territory to make presentations, is relishing.“It’s about building relationships,” she said. “I love the work: interacting with people, making a difference.”But not everyone knows about FILU, which has been quietly humming along while the troubled inquiry limps in the spotlight.That was evident in Saskatoon where the MMIWG rented a major hotel ballroom to advertise FILU services that didn’t see much traffic.“We need all the publicity we can get,” said Dorothy Myo, FILU manager for Saskatchewan, who was on hand to answer questions.Some families learn about FILU through the inquiry. Other times, FILU staff find them.Helen Vriglen, the FILU contact in Nova Scotia, said she introduced herself to the family of Virginia Pictou Noyes following their testimony in Membertou.The Pictous shared how difficult it was to access cross-border information from Maine State Police about the Canadian woman’s disappearance in 1993.Copenace’s mother, Anida Ross, said she’d dearly love to have a copy of the police report that concludes her daughter, Delaine, drowned in Lake of the Woods after going missing in Kenora, Ont., in 2016.“There seems to be a lack of contact between families and police,” said Davis.While unintentional, she said that lack of contact can hurt, confuse, frustrate and anger families.“We can be that bridge they need,” she said, adding families don’t have to participate in the inquiry to make use of FILU services.“Our job is to be non-adversarial and get valid answers why families can’t get the information they need.”Davies said police reports are what families ask for the most – then autopsy results and referrals to health support.“We bring them smudge kits but we’re not counsellors,” said Davies, noting she can refer family members to culturally sensitive workers and Elders.Davies has connected with more than 20 family members so far.“We never tell the families what they need. We try to find out what they need,” she added.Families are under “such great stress,” agreed Myo.“They feel alone when they’re trying to get information. We can access police and government agencies in a way family members can’t to help complete their story.”Myo, who has a social work background, said her office helped more than 20 families prepare for the inquiry hearings in Saskatoon.She said FILU staff were able to translate organizational jargon “into layman’s language” so families could share their stories with important details they wanted to leave on the inquiry record.With some crimes occurring in different provinces or territories, Myo said FILU teams communicate weekly so nothing falls between the cracks.kmartens@aptn.calast_img read more

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Caesars selling Rio AllSuite Hotel for 5163 million

LAS VEGAS — Caesars Entertainment Corp. is selling the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino to an Imperial Cos. affiliate for $516.3 million.Caesars said Monday it will continue to run the Rio under a lease for a minimum of two years and will pay an annual rent of $45 million.Imperial Cos. has the option to pay Caesars $7 million to extend the lease under similar terms for a third year. At the end of the lease term and at Imperial’s request, Caesars may continue to manage Rio or may provide transition services.The Las Vegas property has 2,520 rooms and suites. Caesars said Rio will remain part of the Caesars Rewards network during the lease term.The deal is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close in the fourth quarter.The Associated Press read more

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Farm Show Unique cows popular with farmers on beef livestock qualities

They’re not your usual cows.The black and white speckled bovines – named, aptly, “speckled park” cows – were turning heads at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show this week.But the striking cows are more than just cute:The Canadian Speckled Park Association has attended the farm show for several years, said member and speckled park cow owner Alex Steele. They use speckled park cows on his farm in Thamesford, and use the show as an opportunity to raise awareness.“There have been a few coming to Ontario. They’re limited but gaining ground quite quickly,” Steele said.The breed originated in Saskatchewan, and was formally recognized in 2006. Steele said that, locally, even more farmers are starting to use them.The cows are used for beef, and part of what makes them popular is their carcass quality. The breed produces high-quality beef and have a high-yield carcass. They also have their calves easily and gain weight well.“It will be equal, if not better, (than Black Angus beef),” Steele said in response to a farmer who wondered about the quality.On Wednesday, the cows were popular with farmers – who had questions about weight, carcass quality and breed characteristics – as well as kids, who were curious about their distinctive features and delighted in their many “moooooos.”“Their temperaments are considered quite good. They’re great,” Steele said. “They’ve been to many fairs.”And the breed’s tagline? “Not trying to fit in…born to stand out.” read more

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Good truck market shows in July registrations

Artics up 1.0 per cent Two axle rigids over 15 tonnes – down 1.1 per cent 7.5 tonne light trucks up 3.0 per cent Year to date CV registrations are up 1.3 per cent on the first seven months of last year and at 178,002 are the highest first seven month registrations for several years. July CV registrations were down 3.8 per cent by comparison with July last year. This follows the third highest June registration figure in 13 years. Light vans, under 1.8 tonnes – down 5.8 per cent in July. Buses and coaches down 48.6 per cent Buses and coaches – down 48.6 per cent. At only just over half its July 2000 level, the bus and coach market is in a sorry state. The year to date figure of 2,283 registrations was 24.9 per cent down on the first seven months of last year and probably reflects the slowdown in orders at the beginning of this year. Manufacturers and importers are waiting for an upturn, driven hopefully by increased investment in passenger transport systems. But so far there are few signs of that recovery. Comment ‘The heavy end of the market has shown some welcome growth after a rather quiet few months and it looks as though this sector may end the year higher than some of the earlier and more pessimistic predictions suggested’, said Christopher Macgowan, chief executive of the SMMT. ‘The change of balance between two and three-axle artic tractors will be something to watch, as it will affect residual values of these high value capital investments,’ he added. DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Medium vans up 0.8 per cent Light vans down 5.8 per cent Total July market down 3.8 per cent Heavy vans and light trucks up 22 per cent Total year to date market up 1.3 per cent Good truck market shows in July registrations Car type pick-up market up 119.8 per cent Multi axle rigids – up 18.9 per cent At 6,342 registrations in July, the light van sector is down 5.8 per cent on the same period last year. But at 47,479 year to date, the sector is up 0.48 per cent. Vans in this class are mainly bought by small businesses and fears over the economy probably delayed some investment decisions. Car type pick-up market up 119.8 per cent This market, though quite small, more than doubled this July to 545 registration against its 248 units in July 2000. With some unresolved issues about the ability to reclaim VAT on double-cab pick-ups, the market has been fairly static recently. It remains to be seen if July’s performance is repeated and becomes a reliable trend. Medium vans, 2.6 to 3.5 tonnes – up 0.8 per cent. Following a good month in June, medium van registrations were almost static at 8,936 in July, just 0.8 per cent up on the figure for the same period last year. This is another sector where low business confidence may be delaying investment decisions. Heavy vans and light trucks, 3.5 to 7.4 tonnes – up 22 per cent. This small but growing sector did very well, up 22 per cent this July on the same period last year, with 69 more registrations than the 311 in the same period last year. This sector should benefit from changes in light truck driving licences; its growth should consistently outdo the CV market average. 7.5 tonne light trucks – up 3.0 per cent. For many drivers the 7.5 tonner is the heaviest truck that can be driven on a car licence issued before 1997. The sector is the biggest in the truck market, usually taking between 25 and 30 per cent of registrations. July was no exception with the 1,289 trucks at 28 per cent of truck registrations and up 3.0 per cent on the same month last year. The sector will slowly decline but is still looking good, as strong consumer demand fuels the retail market and its distribution services. Two-axle rigids over 15 tonnes – down 1.1 per cent. Serving the heavy end of the distribution market, the registrations were 1.1 per cent down at 630 against the same period last year. Multi-axle rigids – up 18.9 per cent By contrast, registrations for multi-axle rigids, basically to service the construction industry, were up 96 units or 18.9 per cent on the same period last year, reflecting growing business in this sector. Artics – up 1.0 per cent. The 1.0 per cent growth in artic registrations this July is welcome as it follows a 12 per cent drop last month and very slow performance in the preceding few months as hauliers digested the implications of recent taxation changes. The figures also show a swing toward two-axle tractors, up 14 per cent on last July. By contrast, three-axle tractor registrations were 5.2 per cent down on their performance a year ago. July tractor registrations stood at roughly 35 per cent two-axle versus 65 per cent three-axle. In the past two or three years the balance has swung wildly with tax incentives powering the pendulum. It will be watched closely for its effect on the all important used tractor market. read more

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Iluka Resources bolts on second SciDev OptiFlox trial in Australia

first_imgASX-listed SciDev Ltd is to add a chemical products trial to the commercial OptiFlox® System test it is due to carry out in the December quarter at one of Iluka Resources’ Australia mineral sands operations.The two-week trial of the chemical products will run concurrently with the OptiFlox System testing, the latter of which was announced earlier this month and aims to optimise water recovery, consumable usage and improve tailings deposition in the tailings thickener section of the operation over a matter of months.“Pending success of both the chemical trial and the associated OptiFlox system trial, SciDev will seek to progress discussions with Iluka in respect of an ongoing chemical sales contract,” the company said.OptiFlox comprises an extensive range of chemicals and the company’s patent-pending technology. Its range of polymers is specifically tailored for the treatment of process water and wastewater in mining and minerals, “recovering valuable mineral resources more efficiently, while minimising losses in productivity and revenue caused by inadequate wastewater clarification in tailings thickeners”, SciDev says.In addition to this mineral sands trial win, SciDev has been given six months to trial its technology at Peabody Energy’s North Goonyella coking coal mine in Queensland, Australia, and the company was recently contracted by the coal miner to supply its coagulant product to one of its US operations.last_img read more

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EHF CL Noddesbo saves Barca in Kielce

5. MOL-Pick Szeged4202109:109(0)4 2. FC Barcelona Lassa5311152:139(13)7 8. KIF Kolding Kobenhavn400491:120(-29)0 4. Rhein-Neckar Löwen4211103:96(7)5 Vive Tauron Kielce were very close to taking a victory over Barcelona Lassa but in the end the teams shared points. The final result of the match in Kielce is 30:30.Barcelona took the upper hand almost from the beginning; a bit poor defence of the hosts and a decent performance of Šarić allowed them to lead by four in less than ten minutes (8:4, 9. minute). Coach Duyshebaev decided to replace Šego with Szmal in the goal and few minutes later it turned out to be a brilliant idea as mostly thanks to his saves, the Polish team equalized at 11:11. However, Barcelona got back on the right track right away. Kielce had problems with breaking through their opponents’ defence. In the last seconds of the first half Kielce had their chance to reduce the gap to two points but Buntić made a mistake, the ball was given to Barcelona and they left the court with a halftime lead of three (17:14).First minutes of the second half didn’t spelt any changes in the game but Vive managed to score four goals in a row and equalized at 19:19. Since that moment the game was very tight; Barcelona maintained one-goal edge. In 52. minute the Catalan team had a chance to gain a considerable – in this situation – advantage of three goals but Lazarov missed the goal with no goalkeeper in it and Kielce equalized again. Improved Polish defence made Barca lose the ball and for the first time since the second minute, Čupić got his team on the lead – 28:27; in a moment crowd went wild when Šego saved Lazarov’s penalty throw. With 40 seconds to go, Kielce were leading 30:28 and the final result seemed to be obvious. Right after the timeout for Barcelona, the referees gave the Catalan team a penalty throw and this time Lazarov wasn’t denied. With just 13 seconds to spare, Coach Duyshebaev called for a timeout. Kielce tried just to get through the last seconds but during on of the pass they lost the ball. Zorman received a red card for a foul that was supposed to prevent Barcelona players from passing the ball on.There were two seconds left but after a great chaos near the scorer’s table, referees decided to turn back the clock to 4 seconds. Barcelona playing in a double powerplay and with a libero on the court, managed to pass the ball to Nøddesbo, who stood on the 6. meter, and he gave his team one point. The top scorer for Kielce was Michał Jurecki with 7 goals; the top scorer for Barcelona was Kiril Lazarov with 7 goals either.Vive Tauron Kielce – FC Barcelona Lassa 30:30 (14:17)Vive: Szmal, Sego – Buntić 1, Jurecki 7, Tkaczyk 1, Jachlewski 4, Zorman 3, Bielecki 1, Lijewski 1, Strlek, Cupić 2, Aquinagalde 4/2, Chrapkowski 1, Reichmann 5, Kus.Barcelona: Sarić, Moreno – Tomas 2, Nöddesbo 1, Entrerrios 5, Sarmiento 1, Sorhaindo 4, Gurbindo 5, Morros, Bengoechea, Jallouz 1, Lazarov 7/5, Sigirdsson 2, Kopljar 1, Syprzak, Jicha 1.The second derby of the group have been played in Mannheim, where Rhein Neckar Lowen didn’t let surprise like in the previous season, when PICK Szeged beat them at TOP 16 clash. “Lions” won 30:25 (13:13) with seven goals of Andy Schmid. Slovenian playmaker Dean Bombač netted five for Hungarian vice-champions.Montpellier beat IFK Kristianstad 30:26.STANDINGS: 7. IFK Kristianstad5104143:155(-12)2 Velux EHF CL 6. Montpellier HB5203135:148(-13)4 3. KS Vive Tauron Kielce5221157:143(14)6 TEXT: MARTYNA USNARSKA 1. HC Vardar4400112:92(20)8 ← Previous Story EHF CL: Europe plays handball – Derby in Veszprem Next Story → Vesprem still at the top! read more

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Week In Review 2428

Week In Review 2428

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Wednesday 2/6Audio PlayerWEDNESDAY-2619.mp3VmWEDNESDAY-2619.mp300:00RPdPresident Trump “We Need To Govern As One Nation”, Borough Assembly Request BOF Rescind Decision To Move 2020 UCI Meeting, Nikiski Student Among Alaska’s Top Youth Volunteers Of 2019,  Borough Mayor Addresses Road Clearing Concerns Monday 2/4Audio PlayerMONDAY-2419.mp3VmMONDAY-2419.mp300:00RPdConstruction Update On North Road Extension Project, Traffic Stops Leads To Chase Down Swanson River Road, City Of Kenai Looks At Amending Mobile Food Vendor Requirements, Soldotna Accepting Applications For Storefront Improvement Program Tuesday 2/5Audio PlayerTUESDAY-2519.mp3VmTUESDAY-2519.mp300:00RPdCommunity Members Donate To Kenai Animal Shelter, Alaska Takes Top Spot In Gun Related Deaths, Again, KPBSD Continues Push For More Counselors, DOT: Plowing Priorities For State Roadscenter_img Thursday 2/7Audio PlayerTHURSDAY-2719.mp3VmTHURSDAY-2719.mp300:00RPdKenai Fire Training Facility To Be Rented Out To Red Cross, Larry Persily Delivers Reality Check For AK LNG Project, Alaskans Targeted Via Phone And Text Message Scam, Kenai City Council Asks BOF To Rescind Decision To Move 2020 UCI Meeting Friday 2/8Audio PlayerFRIDAY-2819.mp3VmFRIDAY-2819.mp300:00RPdKPBSD Teachers Still Without A Contract, Knopp To Speak At A Joint Kenai/Soldotna Chamber Breakfast, DHSS Commissioner Assumes Management Of Alaska Psychiatric Institute, Vote Postponed On Amending Mobile Food Vendor Requirements, Soldotna PD Warns Of Scam Circulating The Local Arealast_img read more

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Pennsylvania Holds Inaugural Meeting of Base Support Commission

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR The 17-member Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission held its first meeting last week with the primary aim of protecting and promoting the state’s installations ahead of a future BRAC.“I am looking forward to working with my legislative colleagues as well as with economic development professionals and other volunteers on the commission to focus our efforts and activities that will protect and enhance the military value of our defense installations in serving our warfighters,” said state Sen. John Blake (D), a member of the commission who represents a district that includes Tobyhanna Army Depot.“We are aware that BRAC discussions will occur in Washington, D.C., in the years ahead. We need to work now to ensure Pennsylvania installations and Pennsylvania workers are not endangered by future BRAC decisions,” Blake said, reported the Pocono Record.The state legislature formally established the commission last year under the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. The law establishing the commission assigned it multiple duties:establish long-term relationships with the state’s military installations and organizations;advocate at the local, state and federal levels for the enhancement of its installations;provide advice on the expansion of economic development opportunities and defense-related industry organizations;monitor federal activities affecting the state’s military facilities;engage stakeholders at the local, state and federal levels on the preservation of installations; andidentify sources of funding for economic development projects related to military installations.In addition to Tobyhanna Army Depot, the commonwealth’s installations include the Naval Support Activity and the Navy Yard in Philadelphia; the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard in Fort Indiantown Gap; the Defense Distribution Center in New Cumberland; Naval Support Activity in Mechanicsburg; Carlisle Barracks and the Army War College; Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg; and the 911th Airlift Wing and 316th Sustainment Command in Moon.last_img read more

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Bridegroom two others dead as bus car collide in Uttar

Bridegroom two others dead as bus car collide in Uttar

first_imgFIROZABAD: Three people in a baraat, including the bridegroom, died on the spot in a head-on collision between a bus and a car in Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad, police said on Wednesday. The accident took place late on Tuesday night near village Bhadaui under Jasrana police station. Police said three people in a Baleno car, including the bridegroom, died on the spot. Of the dead three, one barati was from Agra. The barat was headed for Aurangabad in Firozabad. Two seriously injured were sent to the hospital, SP Rural Rajesh Kumar said.last_img read more

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Satkhira road crash kills 2

Satkhira road crash kills 2

first_imgTwo people, including a minor girl, were killed and 25 others injured when a bus crashed into a house on Satkhira-Khulna highway at Bhairabnagar intersection in Tala upazila on Friday, says UNB.The deceased were Gurudashi, 45, wife of Tarapodo Mondol and Asia Khatun, 8, daughter of Abdul Gaffar of Bhairbnagar village.Mahibul Islam, officer-in-charge of Patkelghata police station, said the bus crashed into the house of Kuddus Morol around 10:00am, leaving the duo killed on the spot and 25 others injured.The injured were taken to different hospitals and clinics.last_img read more

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Researchers Find Signs of DrugResistant Bacteria in Harvey Flooding Samples

Researchers Find Signs of DrugResistant Bacteria in Harvey Flooding Samples

first_imgTexas Military DepartmentTexas National Guard troops help rescue people from flooded homes in Houston during Hurricane Harvey. Researchers are getting a better understanding of how Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters contaminated homes and bayous, with a new study finding signs of drug-resistant bacteria in water samples collected after the storm.Scientists already knew that Harvey caused a spike in fecal bacteria, likely from sewage overflows at flooded wastewater treatment plants. But new research from a Rice University team led by Lauren Stadler found evidence of certain “indicator genes” that are essentially red flags for antibiotic-resistant bacteria.The concern, Stadler says, is that people exposed to that bacteria could’ve wound up catching what doctors call “superbugs.”“That’s when you get an infection that you can no longer treat with our normal course of antibiotics in a hospital setting,” Stadler says. It’s not clear if anyone actually developed such an infection because of Harvey, but the study suggests it’s a risk after a home is flooded. Stadler says that’s why avoiding floodwaters if you have open wounds or a weak immune system is so important. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Sharecenter_img Listen X 00:00 /00:45last_img read more

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Cleaning Disinfection Market Report Industry Outlook – Latest Development Trends

Cleaning Disinfection Market Report Industry Outlook – Latest Development Trends

first_imgChapter 13 introduces the research methodology and sources of research data for your understanding. Chapter 3 provides a full-scale analysis of major players in Cleaning Disinfection industry. The basic information, as well as the profiles, applications and specifications of products market performance along with Business Overview are offered. The report begins with a brief introduction and market overview, in which the Cleaning Disinfection industry is first defined before estimating its market scope and size. Next, the report elaborates on the market scope and market size estimation. This is followed by an overview of the market segmentations such as type, application, and region. The drivers, limitations, and opportunities are listed for the Cleaning Disinfection industry, followed by industry news and policies. Table of content:Chapter 1 provides an overview of Cleaning Disinfection market, containing global revenue, global production, sales, and CAGR. The forecast and analysis of Cleaning Disinfection market by type, application, and region are also presented in this chapter. Chapter 2 is about the market landscape and major players. It provides competitive situation and market concentration status along with the basic information of these players. Chapter 9 introduces the industrial chain of Cleaning Disinfection. Industrial chain analysis, raw material sources and downstream buyers are analyzed in this chapter. Avail Discount on Report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-for-discount/3160360?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil The research extensively analyses the key market players involved in the global Cleaning Disinfection industry. With the help of tables and figures, valuable insights on production, value, price, and gross margin of each player are offered. The report mainly studies the size, recent trends and development status of the Cleaning Disinfection market, as well as investment opportunities, government policy, market dynamics (drivers, restraints, opportunities), supply chain and competitive landscape. Technological innovation and advancement will further optimize the performance of the product, making it more widely used in downstream applications. Moreover, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis (potential entrants, suppliers, substitutes, buyers, industry competitors) provides crucial information for knowing the Cleaning Disinfection market. The report performs an industry chain analysis, focusing on upstream raw material suppliers and major downstream buyers. The data is highlighted through the use of tables and figures, which also include manufacturing cost structure and market channel analysis. Major players involved in the Cleaning Disinfection industry are also delineated, along with their market share and product types. Chapter 5 focuses on the application of Cleaning Disinfection, by analyzing the consumption and its growth rate of each application. Chapter 12 concludes the research findings and refines all the highlights of the study. Chapter 11 prospects the whole Cleaning Disinfection market, including the global production and revenue forecast, regional forecast. It also foresees the Cleaning Disinfection market by type and application.center_img The report segments the global Cleaning Disinfection market based on factors such as type, application, and region. For the historic period, extensive insights on value, market share, production, growth rate, and price analysis for each sub-segment is offered by the report. Additionally, the report also delves into regional production, consumption, export, and import for the historic period. The regions analyzed in the research include North America, Europe, China, Japan, Middle East & Africa, India, and South America. Finally, the current market status and SWOT analysis for each region are elaborated, which would assist market players to gain a competitive edge by determining the dominant segments. About Us:Big Market Research has a range of research reports from various publishers across the world. Our database of reports of various market categories and sub-categories would help to find the exact report you may be looking for. Chapter 10 provides clear insights into market dynamics. Contact us: 5933 NE Win Sivers Drive, #205, Portland, OR 97220 United StatesDirect: +1-971-202-1575Toll Free: +1-800-910-6452E-mail : help@bigmarketresearch.com Chapter 8 concentrates on manufacturing analysis, including key raw material analysis, cost structure analysis and process analysis, making up a comprehensive analysis of manufacturing cost. Chapter 6 is about production, consumption, export, and import of Cleaning Disinfection in each region. Download Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-sample/3160360?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil Buy Now @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/checkout/sales/473?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil Chapter 4 gives a worldwide view of Cleaning Disinfection market. It includes production, market share revenue, price, and the growth rate by type. We are instrumental in providing quantitative and qualitative insights on your area of interest by bringing reports from various publishers at one place to save your time and money. A lot of organizations across the world are gaining profits and great benefits from information gained through reports sourced by us. Chapter 7 pays attention to the production, revenue, price and gross margin of Cleaning Disinfection in markets of different regions. The analysis on production, revenue, price and gross margin of the global market is covered in this part.last_img read more

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This DIY smart mirror is small stunning and full of features

This DIY smart mirror is small stunning and full of features

first_imgSeveral years ago Google X engineer Max Braun published a medium post on a smart mirror he made and now he’s back with a new version that’s smaller and smarter. This is a smart mirror I can get behind though I still find smart mirrors completely frivolous.He published his project on Medium where he explains the process and the parts a person would need to build their own. This isn’t a project for everyone, but Max gives enough instructions that most enterprising builders should be able to hack something similar together.I recently reviewed a smart mirror and found it a bit silly but still useful. Ideally, like in Max’s smart mirrors, the software is passive and always available. Users shouldn’t have to think about interacting with the devices; the right information should be displayed automatically. It’s a balancing act.At this point, smart mirrors are little more than Android tablets placed behind a two-way mirror. Retail models are expensive to buy and hardly worth it since a person’s phone or voice assistant can probably provide the same information. After all, how many devices does a person really need to tell them the weather forecast?last_img read more

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Young man shot killed outside Cancun bar

Young man shot killed outside Cancun bar

first_imgCancun, Q.R. — A young man has been shot and killed outside a bar in Cancun. The shooting occurred at the entrance of the door of La Diligencia bar in Region 100.Police received a call Tuesday around 6:00 p.m. that a man had been shot. According to reports, two men on a motorcycle drove up to the front door and fired several shots at the man, who was reportedly a bar entrance security guard.The two men on the motorcycle fled. Paramedics arrived to confirm the death. There have not been any arrests.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Desamparados mayor confirms construction in protected area despite ceaseanddesist orders

Desamparados mayor confirms construction in protected area despite ceaseanddesist orders

first_imgMunicipal officials in the southern San José canton of Desamparados on Monday confirmed that property owners in a protected area known as Mt. Tablazo are continuing construction in spite of cease and desist orders from that office and the Municipality of El Guarco, in the province of Cartago.The area has six drinking water sources for a large number of residents in Desamparados and El Guarco, and officials from the Environment Ministry’s (MINAE) Administrative Environmental Tribunal last month ordered the mayors of both cantons to refrain from issuing construction permits in the area until the ministry could guarantee the protection of local aquifers.Desamparados Mayor Maureen Fallas Fallas said officials visited the area over the weekend and found evidence that the farms’ owners are moving forward with construction.Fallas said that on Saturday, officials noticed municipal no-build signs were removed.“A private security guard prevented us from entering the property, but we could see that they are digging wells and stockpiling construction material, including roof sheets, sand, cement bags and other material,” Fallas told The Tico Times.Municipal officials also attempted to serve the guard with another cease and desist order, but he refused to accept it, Fallas added.“On Sunday we returned to the area and again observed construction, … including an engineer taking measurements. This time we were able to deliver another cease and desist order to Eduardo Alfaro, the legal representative of the corporations listed as the landowner,” Fallas said.Conflicts between farm owners and nearby residents have taken place recently after a bus allegedly transported residents from a San José slum known as Triángulo de la Solidaridad to the area. According to reports, landowners hope to sell the property to the government for a low-income housing development.Relocating the Triángulo de la Solidaridad residents is key to expanding the Circunvalación, a belt route around the capital’s central canton.Housing Ministry Project Director Marian Pérez Gutiérrez denied the ministry’s involvement in the transfer of Triángulo de la Solidaridad residents to Desamparados, saying last week that one of the farm owners had acted “on his own initiative” in bringing the group to the area.Mayor Fallas said officials on Tuesday will file a report to MINAE’s Administrative Environmental Tribunal seeking sanctions against property owners. Officials documented evidence of construction despite several cease-and-desist orders. (Courtesy of Desamparados Municipality) Facebook Comments Related posts:How Solís’ administration plans to turn one of Costa Rica’s biggest slums into a park Government postpones project to expand Circunvalación beltway Housing Ministry again postpones relocation of San José slum Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís promises to cut extreme poverty by 45 percent by 2018last_img read more

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Argentina More controls for buying US dollars

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Singapore Airlines bumps up fuel surcharges

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