BUSINESS: MASSIVE RELOCATION SALE AT WATSON HOME HIRE AND HARDWARE!

first_imgBUSINESS: There will be a MASSIVE relocation sale at Watson Home Hire and Hardware store this weekend – as the popular business gets ready to relocate. Watson Home Hire and Hardware is one of the most established and respected businesses in its respective industry.However, management have decided to move the premises away from the Main Street in Letterkenny and relocate to nearby Lisnenan. The new outlet in Lisnenan will have a 5000sqft shop – which offers customers a massive selection of homeware, hardware, paint power-tools, hand-tools and fuels.The new facility boasts ample parking space for customers – and the staff will carry any purchases you’ve made to your car.The staff at Watson’s are highly experienced and professional and they will use their expertise to help customers make the right choice.The staff can also provide you with the necessary information you may require up any DIY jobs you may be undertaking. Management at Watson’s have launched a new online fuel store – which is the only one of its kind in Donegal.The new service provides customers with the opportunity to order gas, coal and oil from the comfort of their own homes.Staff at Watson will then deliver your products to your door, it really is superb customer service.Management at Watson have cited the success of their online business services as one of the main factors for relocating to their new base.A massive restructuring of their website www.watsonhire.ie took place and that has prompted great success for the company. Management at Watson’s have indicated that major refurbishments will be made at their new base in Lisnenan as they attempt to continually improve their services to customers.As part of their relocation, they’re having a MASSIVE 50% off most products – so it’s a great chance for you to bag a bargain.BUSINESS: MASSIVE RELOCATION SALE AT WATSON HOME HIRE AND HARDWARE! was last modified: October 8th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this: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 Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Businessnewslast_img read more

Windows Phone #DroidRage Twitter Stunt Blows Up In Microsoft’s Face

first_imgThe Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology When it comes to the war for mobile phone supremacy, Microsoft knows that it is the underdog; that it needs to make some drastic moves to make a dent in the power bases of top dogs Apple and Google/Samsung. So Microsoft appears to have given its marketing wing carte blanche to do whatever it can to snipe at Android and iPhone. That battle has now busted into the realm of social media, specifically Twitter.Horror Story?In an attempt to highlight the Android operating systems susceptibility to malware, the Windows Phone twitter account asked its followers on Wednesday to tell a “horror story” of Android malware with the hashtag #DroidRage.Predictably, this is not working out all that well for Microsoft. We have seen time and again how hashtag marketing campaigns on Twitter have turned against their creators and made the company making the call-to-action look foolish. To a certain extent, that is precisely what is happening to Microsoft and its #DroidRage stunt: It goes on like that.Android Haters?Not all of the Twittersphere is down on #DroidRage though. Android is not a perfect mobile operating system and it is surely open for criticism. There is no perfect mobile operating system, of course, no matter how much the iOS/Android/Windows Phone/BlackBerry fans crow about how theirs is the best. Some tweeters are are taking Microsoft’s invitiation to point out some of Android’s deficiencies, such as individual device performance and operating failures (but not malware so much). What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The irony of the #DroidRage hashtag is that it targets Android’s proclivity towards malware from a Microsoft-made mobile operating system. Yeah, Microsoft is criticizing someone else about malware. This is the company that has dealt with more than a decade of malicious programmers and spammers attacking its Windows and Internet Explorer platform – mostly because it was the biggest and most susceptible target.Android Does Have Vulnerabilities The Windows Phone attack is not completely without merit. Apple keeps a very tight rein on what enters its app store and it has seen only a handful of malicious apps or file vulnerabilities in iOS. On the other hand, the open source nature of Android and its Google Play app store, along with its large user base, make Android an enticing target for hackers. Security firm Kaspersky Labs notes that more than 9,000 new malicious .dex files were added to its mobile malware database in the third quarter of 2012. Most of those files were designed to attack older versions of the Android operating system, specifically 2.3.6 Gingerbread. One of the accepted rules in the malware industry is that malicious hackers target the biggest user base because that gives them the highest probability of success. Right now, Android is by far the biggest smartphone user base in the world and the ability to hack smartphones (any smartphone, not just Android) gives blackhats the opportunity to obtain unprecedented levels of personal information from their victims. One reason that Windows Phone has not yet seen a large degree of malware attacks or hacking attempts is because its market share is so small compared to iOS and Android. It’s just not cost efficient for malicious hackers to target Windows Phone yet, much less Windows Phone 8. Make no doubt about it, though, if Windows Phone starts selling extremely well, the malicious hackers will come out of the woodwork en masse to probe its vulnerabilities.When it comes to the war for smartphone supremacy, Microsoft needs to do whatever it can to attack the leaders. The biggest opportunity for Windows Phone to succeed is to steal market share from Android and the #DroidRage campaign is an attempt to do just that. The company just needs to make sure that it doesn’t shoot itself in the foot.What do you think of Microsoft’s #DroidRage Twitter campaign? A viable attack against Android or a marketing campaign gone horribly astray? Let us know in the comments.Top image courtesy of developer isidromxz on XDA Forums. Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces dan rowinski Tags:#Android#Google#Microsoft#Windows Phone last_img read more

LIST: Philippine delegation in 2017 Southeast Asian Games

first_imgTremedal, Rogelio Miguel – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamVicencio, Joseph Benjamin – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamConcepcion, Niron Brylle – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamDela Cruz, Paul Marton – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamJavier, Mark – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamMatan, Florante – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamMoreno, Luis Gabriel – recurve individual / recurve team / compound mixed teamYap, Earl Benjamin – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamWomen’s Biduare, Pia Elizabeth Angela – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamCojuangco, Amaya Amparo – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamTagle, Nicole Marie – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamChan, Jennifer – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamConcepcion, Kim – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamHongitan, Kareel Meer – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed teamTindugan, Abbigail – compound individual / compound team / compound mixed teamYbañez, Mary Queen – recurve individual / recurve team / recurve mixed team Women’s Men’sCaluag, Christopher John – BMXCorpuz, Mervin Barnachea – track (scratch race / ominum)Caluag, Daniel Patrick – BMXPerez, Dominic – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Oconer, George – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Aquino, Jerry Jr. – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Mier, John Renee – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Felipe, Marcelo – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Galedo, Mark John Lexer – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Oranza, Ronald Nozuelo – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Lim, Rustom – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Boots, Ryan Cayubit – road (individual mass start / criterium / team time trial)Women’sSalamat, Marella Vania – road (individual mass start / criterium)Fines, Sienna Elaine – BMXEQUESTRIAN Men’sLinao, Angelo Louise – overall / wakeboardGriffin, Mark – wakeboard team mixed / wakeboardWomen’sSelga, Maiquel Jawn – wakeboard team mixed / wakeboard Men’s TeamBuarao, OliverCasapao, SherwinsonForio, Jhunar ReiGalicia, Christian LowellGonzales, Jonas KennethGuinto, John-El Marvin LianzaMarasigan, Juncent CJNaz, CelfinPecho, Reiger CliffordTambot, Nevie John ArvinVillagomez, Arvin G.Women’s TeamCalayo, Dyran JoyCastillo, Maria PaulynDelos Santos, KyleDumaplin, Paula JeanObasa, JevilynRasing, Denizelle AnnRetodo, KlarynSantos, Kristine ElaineSebastian, Yarra AustineSuarez, Edelyn Pantano Men’sLouie, Brennan Wayne – foil individualNavarro, Donnie Arth – sabre individualBrando, Eric II – sabre individualPerez, Nathaniel – foil individualJose, Noelito Jr. – epee individualPerez, Reynaldo Jr. – epee individualWomen’sDel Rosario, Clichelleyn – sabre individualAbella, Hanniel – epee individualRaguin Harlene – epee individualNicanor, Jylyn – sabre individualEsteban, Maxine Isabel – foil individualCatantan, Samantha Kyle – foil individual Women’s TeamCodinera, Ana TheresaCenarosa, Ana TheaDomino, Katryna RoseDoqueza, DianaEspina, LeanneEstacion, AnjelicaIp, Meilyn GuerraJapone, Eunice Krisma AnnLozada, GhiaSeño, Cathlyn JaneVentura, Eliezza DianneAquino, Teresa Angeline World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READ Colonia,  Nestor – 56 kilograms Men’s TeamFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Men’s Men’sPatricio, Carmelo Jr. – kumite (team)Dagohoy, Engene Stoner – kumite (team)Macaalay, Jayson Ramil – kumite (60 kilograms / team)Badil, John Michael Vincent – kumite (75 kilograms / team)Bejar, John Paul – kumite (55 kilograms / team)Delos Santos, Orencio James – kata (individual)Tacay, Rexor – kumite (67 kilograms / team)Afif, Sharief – kumite (+75 kilograms / team)Women’s WOMEN’S TEAMMelgar, AJ – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventCaluscusin, Jean – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventLoretizo, Katrina – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventMedina, Drilon Marian Nicolle – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team eventCantero, Mary Andrea Arielle – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventOrella, Nichole Gabriel  – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventCornel, Reyna Jean  – hoop / ball / ribbon / individual all-around / team eventSabio, Shieldannah – group exercise (single apparatus / mixed apparatus) / team event Corpus,Carl Jano – individual / teamMagcalayo, Jolo Timothy – individual / teamWong, Luigi Paolo – individual / teamZaragosa, Ruperto III – individual / teamWomen’sGo, Lois Kaye Lo – individual / teamConstantino, Harmie Nicole – individual / teamQuintinilla, Gabasa Junia Louise – individual / team Men’sCoveta, Geylord – windsurfing RS oneTayong, Lester Troy – international 470Balladares, Ridgely – international 470Villena, Emerson – international 470Cruz, Rubin Jr. – laser standardMadlos, Morris Lann – laser radialDalanon, Janno – international 420 (U19)Lumapas, Jeanson – international 420 (U19)Balangue, Dazer – optimist U16Women’sNapa, Charizzane – windsurfing RS oneDurana, Jerene – international 470Belmonte, Alaiza Mae – international 470 Men’s TeamAmer, Baser CalaCruz, Carl BryanFerrer, KevinJose, Raymar,Paras, Kobe LorenzoParks, Bobby Ray Jr.Pessumal, Von RolfeRavena, Kiefer IsaacRosario, Jeth TroyStandhardinger, Christian KarlTolomia, Cris MichaelVosotros, AlmondWomen’s TeamAbaca, AracelieAlmazan, AnalynAniman, Jack DanielleBernardino, AfrilCabinbin, France MaeCastro, ClareDy, Raiza RoseLim, Allana MayPontejos, JanineResultar, CindySambile, CamilleTongco, Marizze Andrea Beja Men’sKohagura, Kohei – 81 kilogramsNakano, Keisei – 73 kilogramsNakano, Shugen – 66 kilogramsWomen’sSy, Sydney – 78 kilogramsWatanabe, Kiyomi – 63 kilogramsTakahashi, Mariya – 70 kilograms Men’s Dagpin, Christopher – triplesGuarin, Curte Robert – foursAbatayo, Elmer – singlesPortacio, Emmanuel – foursMercado, Hommer – triplesCarreon, Leoncio Jr. – foursPancho, Marcelito – pairsAngelo, Morales – pairsLabayo, Rodel – tripleLising, Ronald – foursWomen’sKnight, Ainie – pairsBruce, Asuncion – pairsJagonoy, Hazel – triplesBaronda, Marisa – foursToyco, Nancy – foursTabiano, Nenita – foursBradborn, Rosita – triplesHauters, Sharon – foursGreenlees, Vilma – triplesOrtilano, Margie – singles Men’s IndividualChicano, John LeeramsHuelgas, Nikko BryanWomen’s IndividualMangrobang, Marion KimAdorna, Ma. Claire Men’s Cayanan, Carlos Antonie – doublesMorada, Alvin – doubles / mixMagnaye, Peter Gabriel – doublesEscueta, Philip Joper – doublesWomen’sLeonardo, Alyssa Ysable – doubles / mixBarredo, Sarah Joy – singles / doubles Men’sCapellan, Reyland Yuson – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventFortunato, Abad IV – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventLopez, Albert Tristan – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventTimbang, Jan Gwynn Decena – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventVergara, John Matthew Villar – floor / pommel horse / ring / vault / parallel bar / high bar / team eventWomen’sDe Guzman, Kaitlin Cera Lianne – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventEvangelista, Katrina Marie – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventOnofre, Ma. Cristina – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team eventHermoso, Mariana Josefa – floor / vault / uneven bar / balance beam / team event Men’sAnota, Mico – 10 kilometerTeodoro, Roy Canete Jr. – 10 kilometerWomen’sADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Men’sAl-Shajjar, Basil Hasan – snooker singlesBarbero, Alvin – snooker doublesBiado, Carlo – pool 9-ball singlesChua, Johann – pool 9-ball singlesReyes, Efren Bata – English billiards singles / English billiards doublesDela Cruz, Francisco – English billiards singles / English billiards doublesRoda, Jefrey – snooker singles / snooker doublesKiamco, Warren – pool 9-ball doublesOrcollo, Dennis – pool 9-ball doublesWomen’sCenteno, Chezka – pool 9-ball singlesAmit, Rubilen – pool 9-ball singles WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Men’sAbad, Alfau Jan – seni gandaAbad, Almohaidib – seni tunggal / seni gandaDel Rosario, Juryll – tanding class I (85 to 90 kilograms)Ballesta, Juanillio II – tanding class H (80 to 85 kilograms)Eluna, Solomon – tanding class G (75 to 80 kilograms)Bueno, Raymund – tanding class F (70 to 75 kilograms)Acat, Jhon Paul – tanding class E (65 to 70 kilograms)Loon, Jefferson Rhey – tanding class D (60 to 65 kilograms)Ortega, Rick-Rod – tanding class C (55 to 60 kilograms)Abad, Jaciren – tanding class B (50 to 55 kilograms)Dumaan, Dines – tanding class A (45 to 50 kilograms)Women’sRegalado, Cherry – seni tunggalEnopia, Princesslyn – tanding class A (45 to 50 kilograms)Asmad, Mutmainna – tanding class B (50 to 55 kilograms) LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Samonte, Erica Celine – kumite (team)Tsukii, Junna – kumite (50 kilograms / team)Madrona, Kimverly – kumite (team)Soriano, Mae – kumite (55 kilograms / team)Tacay, Miyuki – kumite (68 kilograms) UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Abnel, AmiladjidGonzales, AdanSerrano, Juan PaoloMacGyver, ReyesValdez, Mark JerwinYu, Matthew RoyceAnota, MicoAlamara, MummarSalonga, Reynaldo Jr.Romark Johnson, BeloTani Gomez, Jr.Cañete, Teodoro Roy Jr. Men’sPangan, Alvin – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Escote, Emmanuel – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Huerte, Jason – regu / doubles / team doublesJumawan, Joeart – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Lee, John Carlo – chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Morcillos, John Jeffrey – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition)Bobier, John John – chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Gonzales, Mark Joseph – regu / doubles / team doublesOrtouste, Rheyjey Cabogoy – regu / doubles / team doublesPabriga, Regie Reznan – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Catana, Rhemwil – team doubles / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Gabayeron, Ronsited – regu / chinlone (linking / nonrepetition secondary)Women’sCarloman, Kristel – regu / doublesMangubat, Lhaina Lhiell – reguLopez, Mary Ann – regu / doublesRizzalyn, Amolacion – reguSucalit, Jean Marie – regu / doublescenter_img Gregorio, Jay Harold – 67 to 71 kilogramsPolosan, Jonathan – 63.5 to 67 kilogramsMarques, Khen Johnson – 51 to 54 kilogramsDelarmino, Phillip – 54 to 57 kilogramsJakiri, Ryan – 60 to 71 kilograms Men’s ADVERTISEMENT Men’s TeamHitch, ChristopherCoveney, Justin ThomasRamsden, Andrew DavidHarrison, Philip BlakeYoung, Vincent FrancisLynch, Jason RitchieMorris, HarryHernandez, Edlen Gil RobertHolgate, Gareth LeslieMadrona, JonelAragon, Joshua MikaelRouse, Jay-VolneyWomen’s TeamYu, Dixie StarTudoc, SylviaSan Juan, Angella CamilleSalinas, MadilleSales, RassielOno, AiumiMaslo, Camilla MaryamIndigne, Helena RoxanneHonoras, Kaye LlanieGamba, GelanieBird, Tanya LouiseLareda, Jocefine Men’sParantac, Daniel – compulsory 3rd taijiquan / optional taijijianCatolico, Norlence Ardee – optional changquan / optional dao shu + gun shunSayan, Thornton, Quieney Lou – optional nanquan / optional nandao + nan gunWomen’sWong, Agathan Chrystenzen – compulsory 3rd taijiquan / optional taijijianMacuha, Kimberly – optional changquan / optional jianshu (sword) / optional qiang shu (spear) Men’sMasumbol, Arnulfo – triplesSamia, Aristides – singlesCamingal, Jhasfer Gamis – triplesSangalang, Angelo Joseph – triplesWomen’sMunar, Mary Grace – doublesCasem, Gema – doubles Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Men’sPelino, David William – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesYam, Juan Rafael – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesBegornia, Reymark – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesGarcia, Robert Andrew – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesWomen’sGotuaco, Isabelle – singles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesAribado, Jemyca – singles / doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doublesArebado, Joan – teamDalida, Yvonne Alyssa – doubles / team / jumbo / mixed doubles SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Men’sAlcantara, Arven – kyorugi (under 68 kilograms)Mella, Dustin Jacob – poomsae (team)Agojo, Francis Aaron – kyorugi (under 58 kilograms)Morrison, Samuel Thomas – kyorugi (under 74 kilograms)Mella, Raphael Enrico – poomsae (team)Reyes, Rodolfo Jr. – poomsae (individual / team)Women’sAragon, Rhezie Canama – kyorugi (under 53 kilograms)Ninobla, Jocel Lyn – poomsae (team)Crisostomo, Juvenille Faye – poomsae (team)Alora, Kirstie Elaine – kyorugi (under 73 kilograms)Lopez, Pauline Louise – kyorugi (under 62 kilograms)Babanto, Rinna – poomsae (team) Men’sAlcantara, Francis Casey – doubles / mixed doublesGonzales, Ruben Jr. – singles / doublesHuey, Treat Conrad – doubles / mixed doublesPatrombon, Jeson – singles / doublesWomen’sDy, Denise – doubles / mixed doublesIglupas, Khim – doubles / mixed doublesLenhert, Katharina Melissa – singles / doublesPatrimonio, Anna Clarice – singles / doubles Men’sAdasa, Japheth – doubles / teamGonzales, Richard – singles / doubles / teamJacolo, Ryan Rodney Abellara – doubles / teamNayre, Jann Mari – singles / doubles / team / mixed doublesSeronio, Isaias – mixed doublesWomen’sBalatbat, Sendrina Andrea – singles / doublesDael, Emy Rose – doubles / team / mixed doublesFadol, Rose Jean – singles / doubles / teamSy, Jamaica Dianne Go – doubles / team / mixed doubles Read Next Men’sAng, Eric – skeet individualTopacio, Hagen Alexander – trap individualValdez, Jayson – 10-meter air rifle / 50-meter rifle 3 positionsAncheta, Joaquin Miguel – skeet individualRosario, Paul Brian – skeet individualWomen’s Acuña, Amparo Teresa – 50-meter rifle 3 positions / 50-meter SB free rifle proneBaldivino, Elvin – 10-meter air pistol / 25-meter sport pistolGonzales, Shanin Lyn – 10-meter air pistol / 25-meter sport pistol Men’s Agravente, Jeson Oyco – track (marathon)Lopena, Anfernee – track (100 meters / 4 x 100 meter relay)Toledo, Aries – track (4 x 400 relay) / decathlonFerrera, Arniel – field (hammer throw)Bagsit, Archand Christian Dimaano – track (200 meter / 4 x 100 meter relay /4 x 400 meter relay)Camino, Immuel Candole – track (3,000-meter steeplechase)Ulboc, Christopher Jr. – track (3,000-meter steeplechase)Bautista, Clinton Kingsley – track (110-meter hurdle)Alejan, Edgardo Jr. – track (400 meter / 4 x 400 meter relay)Neri, Elbren – track (1,500 meters)Cray, Eric Shauwn – track (100 meters / 400-meter hurdle / 4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Obiena, Ernest John – field (pole vault)Ubas, Janry – field (long jump)Gonzales, Kenny – field (javelin throw)Lasangue, Manuel Jr. T. – field (high jump)Vilog, Marco – track (800 meters)Diones, Mark Harry – track (4 x 100 meter relay) / field (triple jump)Medina, Francis Tiaga – track (400-meter hurdle)Calano, Melvin – field (javelin throw)Guarte, Mervin – track (800 meters / 1,000 meters)Del Prado, Michael Carlo – track (4 x 400 meter relay)Unso, Patrick Ma. – track (110 meter hurdle / 4 x 100 meter relay)Malipay, Ronne – field (triple jump)Ruiz, Tyler Christian – field (long jump)Beram, Trenten Anthony – track (200 meters / 400 meters / 4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Women’sRichardson, Kayla Anise Maico – track (100 meters / 200 meters / 400 meters  / 4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Luzon, Eloiza – track (4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Obiena, Emily Jean – field (pole vault)Palabrica, Evalyn – field (javelin throw)Santos, Katherin Khay – track (4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay) / field (long jump)Sunang, Marestella – field (long jump)Atienza, Narcisa – track (heptathlon)Buenaventura, Riezel – track (4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay)Villarito, Rosie – field (pole vault)Sumalpong, Reah Joy Pitogo – field (javelin throw)Tabal, Mary Joy Reyes – field (discuss throw)Nelson, Zion Rose – track (100 meters / 200 meters / 400 meters  / 4 x 100 meter relay / 4 x 400 meter relay) K-pop star Jung Joon-young convicted of gang rape, spycam crimes Abiera, Ruth Desiree – Duet technical routinePacheco, Aaliyah Isabel – Solo free routineSalvador, Allyssa Marey – Duet technical routine / Duet free routineTiambeng, Jemimah Nissi – Solo technical routine / Duet free routine Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Men’s TeamAbdilla, AlnakranDela Cruz, Asia GenuelCastel, BonjomarBagunas, Bryan BerroyaCabaron, Alden Dave GabunadaDolor, Gregorio BudolloRamos, Herschel RonaldKalinging, JackDe Guzman, John VicAlfafara, Mark GilFuentes, ReysonTaneo, Relan LaranangWomen’s TeamMarano, AbigailPontillas, AizaSantiago, Alyja DaphneValdez, AlyssaLazaro, Dennise MichelleMolina, Frances XiniaCasugod, GeneveveGonzaga, JovelynFajardo, KimOrtiz, Maika AngelaReyes, Mika AereenDimaculangan, Rhea Katrina LATEST STORIES Men’sAlcazaren, Anton Jose – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesChuna, Kenneth – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesCu, Kevin oliver – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesJumapao, Jo-Mar Roland – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesMacatula, John Paule – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersTan, Mervin Matheiu – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesWomen’sArles, Maria Lourdes – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesCoronacion, Dyan Arcel – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersDel Rosario, Maria Liza – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesPosadas, Marian Lara – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doublesSy, Marie Alexis – singles / doubles / trios / team five / mastersTabora, Krizziah Lyn – singles / doubles / trios / team five / masters / mixed doubles Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Men’sSyquia, Colin John Collins – show jumping individual / show jumping teamWomen’sChiara, Sophia Amor – show jumping individual / show jumping teamArroyo, Joker – show jumping individual / show jumping teamAyala, Maria Angelica – dressage individualLeviste, Marie Antonette – show jumping individual / show jumping team Courtney, MesGray, Courtney MelisaaLukang, Erica Kristy Men’sDeiparine, James – 100-meter Breaststroke / 50-meter BreaststrokeLacuna, Jessie Khing – 200-meter Freestyle / 400-meter FreestyleWomen’sAlkhaldi, Jasmine – 100-meter freestyle / 200-meter freestyle / 100-meter butterfly / 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay / 4 x 200 meter freestyle relay / 50-meter freestyle / 50-meter butterflyOliva, Nicole Justine Marie – 100-meter freestyle / 200-meter freestyle / 400-meter freestyle / 800-meter freestyle / 100-meter backstroke / 200-meter backstroke / 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay / 4 x 200 meter freestyle Relay / 4 x 100 meter medley relay / 50-meter backstrokeSanta Ana, Rosalee Mira – 400-meter freestyle / 800-meter freestyle / 200-meter butterfly / 4 x 200 meter freestyle relayPamintuan, Nicole Meah – 200-meter individual medley / 50-meter backstrokeYu, Roxanne Ashley – 100-meter backstroke / 200-meter backstrokeLipat, Maria Aresa – 100-meter freestyle / 50-meter freestyle SEA Games 7: Players to watch out for in basketball Men’sMartinez, Michael Christian – individual (figure)Alpe, Jules Vince – individual (figure)Women’sPerticheto, Alisson Krystle – individual (figure)Magno, Kathryn – speed (500 meters / 1,000 meters) Paalam, Carlo – 49 kilogramsSuarez, Charly – 64 kilogramsMarcial, Eumir Felix – 75 kilogramsBautista, Ian Clark – 52 kilogramsFernandez, Mario – 56 kilogramsTupas, Marvin John Nobel – 81 kilograms View comments Men’s TeamLapas, ChristianGadia, Daniel BernanLimbo, Dimitri LionelDe Bruycker, Dylan Alain LucienneCheng, Jaime VicenzoJarvis, Jordan BlairGayoso, Javier AugustineRocha, Jeremiah Raphael,Clarino, Julian MarianoBautista, Junell MarkBelgira, Kou IchiVillanueva, Nathaniel AceBalabat, NimrodJoyel, Ray JosephDe La Torre, Rey Franco MiguelCubon, ReymartCorsame, Roberto Jr.Talaroc, Richard Jr.Calvo, ValentinoKoizumi, YoshiharuWomen’s TeamBernal, Mea DemataoCastañeda, Anicka Chabeli ArrietaCastañeda, Sara Isobel ArrietaCollatos, Maeva Bella AbaoDel Campo, Alisha Claire MendozaDimaandal, Kyrhen Angela BretañaDolino, Alesa NazarenoImpelido, Patrice Mae San PedroInquig, Kayla Jan AragonesLong, Hali Moriah CandidoMadarang, Eva SilvaMahoney, Isabela Francesca MedallonMetillo, RegineNavaja, Irish OliverosPalacios, Inna Kristianne BezaRodriguez, Kathleen Camille MuldongRuetas, Faith SeanShugg, Jesse AnneSudaria, Jovelle CorderoTomanon, Patricia Men’s TeamImperial, Benjamin JorgeMontano, Carl MichaelPastrana, Daniel F.Gautier, Francois EmmanuelCadiz, Javier AlfonsoIseppi, GianpietroRegencia, Jan AroFuglister, John StevenOrda, GeorginoCrisostomo, JorellCadiz, Jose Inigo AntonCarino, JoshuaSantiago, Julius FrederickLancero, Lenard Rigel IIRelampagos, Miguel AlfonsoSerrano, MiguelSpafford, PaoloSyquiatco, Patrick RussellSanchez, Paul GabrelTenedoro, Carlo Martin Sisonlast_img read more

Panel examining shield for corrupt babus gets extension

first_imgNew Delhi, Mar 6 (PTI) A parliamentary panel examining an anti-corruption amendment bill that seeks inclusion of a provision for prior sanction to be obtained by the CBI or police before initiating action against corrupt officials, serving and retired, has got extension till April end.The Select Committee of Rajya Sabha headed by BJP MP Anil Madhav Dave is examining the bill to amend Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.”The Committee has got extension to submit its report by April 29,” Dave said.The proposed legislation has a provision that “no police officer shall conduct investigation into any offence alleged to have been committed by a public servant” under the PC Act, where the alleged offence is relatable to any recommendation made or decision taken by such public servant in the discharge of his official function or duties without the previous approval of Lokpal (for central government staff) and Lokayuktas (for those working under state governments).The Centre is yet to set up the institution of Lokpal and Lokayuktas–as mandated under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013.Earlier, the Supreme Court had in 2014 held as invalid and unconstitutional a legal provision which makes obtaining sanction of competent authority mandatory for CBI to probe a corruption case against an officer of Joint Secretary rank or above, saying it has the propensity of shielding the corrupt.In its verdict on validity of Section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment (DSPE) Act, which protects senior bureaucrats from being investigated in corruption cases without prior approval of the central government, the apex court had said “the corrupt public servants, higher or lower in rank, are the birds of same feather and have to be dealt with equally”. The DSPE Act governs functioning of the CBI.advertisementHowever, there is no need for prior permission in case of arrest of person on the spot while accepting bribe.The new changes, recommended by the government last year through official amendments in the bill, make it mandatory for a police officer or an agency like CBI to refer any corruption complaint first to Lokpal or Lokayuktas, as the case may be, thus restraining them from taking any action on it.Dave, BJPs Rajya Sabha member from Madhya Pradesh, said the Select Committee has sought comments from states, union territories, NGOs and other stakeholders on various provisions of the bill by this month-end. “We will be submitting our report by April 29,” he told PTI. (MORE) PTI AKV SK IKAlast_img read more

10 months agoPuel tightlipped on Leicester job pressure after Chelsea shock

first_imgPuel tightlipped on Leicester job pressure after Chelsea shockby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City boss Claude Puel refused to discuss his position after victory at Chelsea.Puel was under scrutiny prior to the match, with reports suggesting the Foxes manager might be fighting for his job over the festive period.”I have nothing to justify,” Puel said. “I am the manager of my team and try always to do my best to get the right balance to protect some players, get the best out of other players, and put a team on the pitch with the ability to win the game.”Asked if the players’ performance at Stamford Bridge showed he had their support, Puel said: “I have no comment about this.”I made my work. It’s not all the time easy. But, all the time, it’s important to analyse the games and not just to look at the ranking in the table.”If we analyse it since the beginning of the season, we’ve had fantastic games and performances sometimes without consistency.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

a month agoMan Utd defender Harry Maguire won’t change his style

first_imgMan Utd defender Harry Maguire won’t change his styleby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United defender Harry Maguire says his style fits well with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s system.Maguire will not be changing is his willingness to bring the ball out from the back and link play with the midfield and forwards.”I definitely feel like it’s the modern game, bringing it out from the back and it’s something I do thrive on,” Maguire told United Review.”I want to step in and help the team going forward by starting attacks well and threading balls through the lines, to try and get people on the half-turn to play forward.”I think it’s a big part of the game now, for centre-backs not just to defend, but to have a big part in keeping the ball, controlling the game and starting attacks.”My game will improve the more I know my team-mates and the more I experience I have of playing with them, the position they take up, the way they want to receive the ball and the areas in which I receive the ball so I know where my team-mates will be without having to look and try to find them.”It will improve and I’m sure I’ll improve throughout the season, playing with my team-mates more and improving my relationship with Vic (Victor Lindelof). We will improve as a team as well and we’ve got to improve.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

PM Says Free Access To Health Care A Right For Every Jamaican

first_img Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says the policy of free access to health care is a right that every Jamaican should be able to enjoy, regardless of financial status. Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says the policy of free access to health care is a right that every Jamaican should be able to enjoy, regardless of financial status.Addressing St. Ann business leaders and medical practitioners at the opening of the expanded operating theatre and the renovated male surgical ward as well as the handing over of an ambulance at the St. Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital on October 6, Mr. Holness said he is aware that the policy has brought on added pressure on the public health system with more persons now seeking treatment at hospitals.“I know the difficult circumstances our doctors, nurses and other staff members encounter. I have also taken note of those who have said that this policy cannot work. Indeed, the figures have shown that persons seeking health care have increased since the policy was put in place. It has also shown that by virtue of this, our health facilities have come under stress,” he noted.Mr. Holness  said that while he understands both sides of the conversation, “this is not a reason to abandon the policy.”“In fact, we have had introspective discussions within our Cabinet regarding the policy, because we don’t want to burden our Jamaican people purely because we had made a political commitment. But, when we examine the policy, it is the right thing to do,” the Prime Minister said.He  further argued that an increase in waiting time at health facilities is not a reason or an excuse to abandon the policy, adding that Health Minister, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, should be commended for his thorough approach in trying to find a balance.“What we are discovering is that the issue of waiting time, though it may have been triggered by an increased number of Jamaicans seeking health care, is not totally a resource problem,” Mr. Holness pointed out.“In many instances, it is a management problem. It is also an information problem as well as a business process problem. So, the programme that the Hon. Minister has put in place to quantify and to measure the issue of waiting time, so he can better manage the process, is a sound one,” he added.Mr. Holness  said that some persons have not been exercising the correct options when trying to access the proper health facilities.“Part of this is to get people who use the health facilities to find the appropriate ones. Some are going to facilities where they could get the same treatment elsewhere at places  designed to treat their problems,” he noted.Mr. Holness  said persons who are in need of primary care are erroneously going to secondary and tertiary institutions, adding that “by just changing the information flow by educating the user has resulted in a reduction in waiting time.” “I know the difficult circumstances our doctors, nurses and other staff members encounter. I have also taken note of those who have said that this policy cannot work. Indeed, the figures have shown that persons seeking health care have increased since the policy was put in place. It has also shown that by virtue of this, our health facilities have come under stress,” he noted and while he understands both sides of the conversation, “this is not a reason to abandon the policy.” Story Highlights Addressing St. Ann business leaders and medical practitioners at the opening of the expanded operating theatre and the renovated male surgical ward as well as the handing over of an ambulance at the St. Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital on October 6, Mr. Holness said he is aware that the policy has brought on added pressure on the public health system with more persons now seeking treatment at hospitals.last_img read more

Chinas March trade weakens surplus with US at 154B

first_imgBEIJING, China – China’s global trade balance swung to a rare deficit in March as exports shrank but its surplus with the United States, the centre of a worsening dispute with Washington, stood at $15.4 billion.Exports contracted 2.7 per cent from a year earlier to $174.1 billion, down from the 24.4 per cent growth for the first two months of 2018, customs data showed Friday. Imports rose 14.4 per cent to $179.1 billion, though that was down from 21.7 per cent growth in January and February.“The upshot is that the latest trade data suggest that both domestic and foreign demand held up well in March,” said Julian Evans-Pritchard of Capital Economics in a report.The trade surplus with the United States contracted 13 per cent from a year earlier, while China’s global trade balance swung to a $5 billion deficit.President Donald Trump has approved a possible tariff hike on $50 billion of Chinese goods in response to complaints Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. Trump is demanding Beijing take steps to narrow its trade deficit with the U.S., which Washington says stood at a record $375.2 billion last year.China runs multibillion-dollar monthly surpluses with Europe and the U.S., which helps to offset deficits with Japan, South Korea and developing countries that supply industrial components and raw materials. The global trade balance often slips into deficit for one month early each year as factories restock following the Lunar New Year holiday.“The biggest risk going forward is clearly that the current trade tensions escalate to the point where meaningful tariff barriers are erected,” said Evans-Pritchard. “But even if this is avoided, trade looks likely to soften slightly over the coming quarters given that global growth now appears past its peak and China’s own economy faces rising headwinds from tighter policy.”Chinese President Xi Jinping announced market-opening measures including a cut in import taxes on autos and an easing of controls on foreign ownership in China’s auto industry.The Commerce Ministry denied Thursday that had anything to do with the dispute with Washington and said negotiations were impossible while Trump was threatening tariff increases on a possible $100 billion list of additional goods.Forecasters have been expecting Chinese economic growth to weaken since late last year after regulators tightened controls to cool a boom in bank lending and real estate sales they worry is driving a dangerous rise in debt.Meanwhile, China’s trade surplus with the 28-nation European Union, its biggest trading partner, shrank by half from a year ago to $3.6 billion.___Online:General Administration of Customs of China (in Chinese): www.customs.gov.cnlast_img read more

Charges laid after a Search Warrant Execution in Grande Prairie AB

first_imgPossession for the purpose of trafficking x 2.Fail to comply with release conditions.Chase COURTOREILLE (24) of Hythe, Alberta is facing the following charges;Possession for the purpose of trafficking x 2.Jason Scott HOLTZ (39) of Grande Prairie, Alberta is facing the following charges;Possession for the purpose of trafficking x 2.Possession of property obtained by crime.Possession of a controlled substance x 2.Three other individuals are facing the following charges;Possession for the purpose of trafficking.The accused parties are scheduled to appear in Provincial Court in Grande Prairie on various court dates.  No further details will be released at this time.Grande Prairie RCMP is committed to increasing community safety by using a crime reduction strategy that focuses on identifying repeat offenders, gathering intelligence, and conducting enforcement initiatives.If you wish to report a drug house in your neighbourhood, please call the confidential tip line at 780-830-7444.  If need to report a crime, please call the Grande Prairie RCMP at 780-830-5701 or call your local police detachment.  If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. – Grande Prairie RCMP General Duty members with the assistance from Police Dog Services executed a search warrant November 23, 2018.The warrant was initiated by information from a ‘report a drug house tip’ at a residence near 101 Ave in Grande Prairie A.B. A substantial quantity of methamphetamine and heroin was seized from the residence.  Six individuals have been arrested and are facing various charges in relation to this matter.Clint Wally BUNDY (49) Grande Prairie, Alberta is facing the following charges;last_img read more

Jamia Millia university as shooting destination becoming favourite among filmmakers

first_imgNew Delhi: With its huge campus and large auditoriums, the Jamia Millia Islamia is increasingly becoming a favourite option for filmmakers to shoot their projects. While the Delhi University continues to be a favourite with Bollywood, the filmmakers say they usually avoid going to the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) as securing permissions there is a tedious process. According to sources, the reason behind the JMI opening its doors for shoots can also be attributed to fund cuts by the government. Also Read – Gurdwara Bangla Sahib bans single use plastic They said the varsity administration has become lenient with shoots and that has helped the filmmakers. Professor Majid Jamil, the secretary of Jamia Teachers’ Association, said the varieties have been asked to generate their own funds and efforts are underway to generate own fund resources. “For the last two years, the varsity has been facing issues in paying salaries of teachers. The varsity had to even break its fixed deposits to pay the salaries of teachers. Every university is facing these issues and most of the research and development activities are being hampered,” he added. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder The grand finale of ‘Bigg Boss 12’ was shot in one of the auditoriums of JMI, while a film titled ‘Doordarshan’ starring Mahie Gill was recently shot in the campus. An advertisement of Subway India was also shot in one of the classrooms of the varsity where the makers spent close to Rs 2-2.5 lakh in renovating the classroom according to their requirement, the sources said. Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali recently visited the campus for a recce for his film ‘Love Aaj Kal 2’ since he wanted to shoot a scene in a science laboratory but since the varsity’s lab did not fit his requirements, he will now be shooting that particular portion in Mumbai, the sources added. The varsity will soon play host to Kangana Ranaut starrer ‘Panga’, the sources said. A Malayalam film was also recently shot in the campus. “The campus of JMI is huge and we do not have to worry about procuring additional security as we can shoot without worrying about our actors getting mobbed. The varsity has a strong security in place,” said Line Producer Javed Khan. He secured permission for shooting the film ‘Doorsdarshan’ and also the commercial for Subway India. Khan said the varsity provides several options through its auditoriums, classrooms and lawns. “Every centre of the varsity has a different look. We can even recreate government offices in the varsity,” he added. While Khan did not talk about the rates charged by the varsity, he said the JMI offers an economical option for shoots. He said the Delhi University is more expensive than the JMI. The sources claimed that shooting in the JMI costs Rs 50,000 per day and the varsity gives concession if the film has a social message. The Delhi University, with its ambience, despite the high rates has been a favourite with Bollywood. Shahid Kapoor starrer ‘Kabir Singh’ was recently shot in Miranda House while Amazon Prime’s web series ‘Breathe 2’ featuring Abhishek Bachchan and Amit Sadh was shot in Kirori Mal College, the sources said. “In the Delhi University, one mostly has to shoot during vacation time as there is always a threat of the actors getting mobbed but if there is an urgent requirement, the colleges give permission even on working days,” said Line Producer Navmeet Singh. Singh said colleges like Kirori Mal, Hansraj and Miranda House are quite open for allowing shoots while it is difficult to procure permission to shoot in the St Stephen’s College. The sources said the cost of shooting in Kirori Mal college, Hansraj college and Miranda House is anywhere between Rs 2-2.5 lakh. Arjun Kapoor-Shraddha Kapoor starrer ‘Half Girlfriend’ was shot in the St Stephen’s College and the sources claimed that the makers had to shell out Rs 3 lakh for each day they shot in the college. The sources claimed that the JNU is not very open to the idea of film shoots and even filmmakers prefer to stay away from shooting there. “We have applied for permission to the JNU earlier but have not got a response. The perception of the varsity is that it is very political and filmmakers prefer to stay away from shooting there,” said Singh. Even for the film ‘Raanjhana’, in which Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol played JNU students, the varsity was recreated in some other university in Noida.last_img read more