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first_imgKirk Herbstreit on the set of ESPN's College GameDayNEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: GameDay host Kirk Herbstreit is seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)ESPN analysts have unveiled their predictions for college football’s conference championship Saturday.We have a couple of major upset predictions.Three ESPN analysts are picking one College Football Playoff favorite to go down in an upset loss, setting up a path for Ohio State…Here’s the pick:Three ESPN college football analysts are picking Texas to upset Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon. This would open the door for Ohio State to sneak into the College Football Playoff.What are you picking on Saturday?You can view the full picks here.last_img


first_imgSouthern SympathySouthern Sympathy“I always look for a bone-in, fully cooked, not sliced, smoked city ham with no water added. Sliced hams tend to dry out when being reheated and water-added hams can have a spongy texture. And a ham bone is a great thing to have around for cooking greens or making soup. Sometimes I order online from wonderful Southern smokehouses or go to a local meat market,” says Magness.Ingredients:1 (7- to 8-pound) bone-in half ham, unsliced1.5 cups water.75 cups light brown sugar2 tbsp cider vinegar4 sprigs fresh mint3 garlic cloves2 black tea bagsMethod for the glaze:Bring the water to a boil in a medium saucepan with a lid.Peel the garlic cloves and crush with the flat side of a knife.Remove the pan from the heat and add the tea bags, garlic cloves, and mint. Cover the pan and leave to steep for 30 minutes.Fish out the tea bags, garlic, and mint, then add the brown sugar and vinegar and return to a medium-high heat. Cook the glaze, stirring frequently, until it has reduced by a little more than half and is thick and syrupy, about 20 minutes.Keep the glaze warm over low heat.Method for the ham:Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.Place the ham on the rack of a roasting pan (I use the one that came with my oven). Use a sharp knife to score a diamond pattern in the top of the ham, about 1 inch deep and ¼ inch apart.Pour 2 cups of water into the bottom of the roasting pan, then bake the ham for 2½ to 3 hours, about 20 minutes per pound, until the internal temperature of the thickest part of the ham reaches 130ºF. I like to insert a probe thermometer with an alarm, so I can get on about my business until the alarm sounds.Brush the top and sides of the ham with half the glaze and bake for a further 20 minutes, then finish with the remaining glaze and another 10 minutes in the oven.Remove the ham to a large cutting board and cover loosely with foil. The ham can be sliced and served warm, or left to cool then refrigerated, covered, for up to three days.You can buy The Southern Sympathy Cookbook here. How to Cook Steak in the Oven The Ultimate Pillow Guide: The 6 Best Pillows for All Sleepers How to Smoke Meat: Everything You Need to Know 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Make center_img There’s no two ways about it: funerals can suck. The loss of a loved one is never easy, and the fact that so many different things have to happen in the week or so after the death doesn’t make things any easier. The family not only needs to figure out all of the logistics of a funeral and a burial, but also has to tie up loose ends and make all of the necessary calls. While all of this is going on, the people in question still have to eat— a task that, when buried under a mountain of grief and paperwork, may easily be forgotten about. That is where —in most communities, but especially in the South — friends and extended family come in.Southern SympathySouthern SympathyWhen the grieving attend to logistics, the myriad aunts, uncles, neighbors, and friends take it upon themselves to make food for the family. These meals are meant to comfort and provide solace in a rough time … the dishes aren’t necessarily the healthiest, but they certainly are the most delicious. If you grew up in a Southern family, these recipes may come as second nature. You know how to make sweet tea bread and sausage balls already. If you didn’t, you should take a look at Perre Coleman Magness’ new book, The Southern Sympathy Cookbook (Countryman Press, 2018).In the book, Magness says that funeral foods are a necessity. “Nothing motivates one to get in the kitchen more than a funeral,” she writes in the introduction. “We all seem to harbor the primordial need to comfort with food.”It’s this mindset that informs the recipes. If you needed comfort after a loss, you’d want these foods. If a friend or family member loses someone, these are the things you need to make. The book is broken into six parts covering breakfast and breads (“The Great Awakening”), starters and snacks (“The Pearly Gates”), fruits and veggies (“The Eternal Garden”), chicken (“The Gospel Bird”), meat (“Growing Glory”), and desserts (“The Sweet Hereafter”). Each section contains a variety of recipes fit for any number of circumstances.Southern SympathySouthern SympathyNot only does the book offer recipes for delicious and easy-to-make meals, it also provides great education in Southern cuisine along the way, such as this explanation of the different kinds of ham, found on page 115:“City ham: We distinguish in the South. City ham is your standard Easter ham, wet-cured or brined, then smoked and sold fully cooked, it just needs to be warmed through, though a glaze is certainly worth it.Country ham: The most glorious of the Southern meats, country hams are dry-cured with salt and sugar, hung, and aged for months or years. Some are smoked, as well. A whole country ham needs to be soaked and boiled before serving, though many smokehouses sell ready-to-eat center-cut slices or small pieces cut biscuit-sized.”(More on ham soon).Southern SympathySouthern SympathyYou can’t overlook the fact that Magness includes obituaries, which are full of Southern charm and wit. Take this obit from Memphis, Tennessee on page 27:“[Her first] marriage … was a three-ring circus: engagement ring, wedding ring, and suffering … ‘I never knew what happiness was until I remarried, and by then it was too late’ … [She] slipped away and joined her daughter in heaven. Fortunately, [her husband] preceded her and joined his mother in a much warmer climate.”What you realize while reading is that this cookbook is more than just a collection of foods to make for those that have experienced one of the worst things to ever happen to a person. It is a repository for Southern culture — a peek at how a section of society grieves and how others in that same society help with that process. It doesn’t matter if you’re prepping for Great Aunt Sally’s imminent demise or not, The Southern Sympathy Cookbook is a great read and an easy-to-follow cookbook that provides delicious Southern dishes.Who would we be if we didn’t share at least one of our favorites? One of the most iconic dishes that can be served to a large group of people is a baked ham. With this recipe, Magness glazes the ham in sweet tea. It literally could not get better than that (unless you through a shot of bourbon in the sweet tea, of course).Baked Ham with Sweet Tea Glaze Why Tea and Beer Go Well Together (and 5 Tea Beers to Try) Editors’ Recommendations last_img read more


first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: Euronav Belgian tanker shipping company Euronav Tankers NV has acquired the ultra large crude carrier (ULCC) Seaways Laura Lynn from Oceania Tanker Corporation, a subsidiary of International Seaways.The ship is the second of the two ULCCs that exist in the global fleet and has been renamed Oceania and registered under the Belgian flag.The 2003-built Seaways Laura Lynn, which features a massive 441,561 dwt capacity, cost Euronav USD 32.5 million.The company already owns the other ULCC, the 442,470 dwt TI Europe, built in 2002.“Bringing the only other ULCC in the world fleet under our control will provide us with a significant strategic opportunity,” Paddy Rodgers, CEO of Euronav, said.The company has just completed the merger with US-based crude oil shipping company Gener8 Maritime, as disclosed at the beginning of this month.The merger creates a crude tanker operator giant with 76 operating crude tankers, consisting of 43 VLCCs, 27 Suezmaxes, 2 ULCCs, two Panamax tankers and two FSOs under joint venture.last_img read more


first_imgThis week, President Barack Obama urged America to “come together to protect our most precious resource – our children.”“The President laid out a clear and compelling roadmap to helping American families, especially the nearly one in four children living in poverty,” said Mark K. Shriver, senior vice president of Save the Children’s U.S. Programs. “We are pleased by his call for increased investments in early childhood education—we know firsthand the difference that high-quality early learning programs can make and have long advocated for more resources for such programs. We look forward to supporting efforts to make the President’s ideas a reality, and believe the National Commission on Children is a proven way to do that.”Leading up to the President’s national address on Tuesday, Save the Children — joined by more than 40 other organizations — gathered nearly 100,000 voices in support of a children’s commission, calling on the Obama Administration to speak out and take action for underserved kids in the United States.“We were pleased to see poverty referenced throughout his speech, and not just in America, but in developing countries where Save the Children is on the ground helping children survive and thrive,” added Save the Children’s CEO Carolyn Miles. “We’ve made progress in ending child deaths from treatable and preventable causes but we hope the Administration’s continued support will create further opportunities to make zero child deaths — and the promise of an AIDS-free generation — a reality.”“Now is the time for the country to come together to find bold, new ideas to ensure all children — here in America and around the world — are safe and protected,” continued Miles. “We want to work with the President, policymakers from both sides of the aisle and everyone who cares about children to get this work done.”Child protection has been a top priority for Save the Children throughout its nearly 100-year history. The organization’s programs in the United States and across the globe focus on the needs of the most vulnerable children, while aiming to keep all children free from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. In the wake of the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., Save the Children partnered with other likeminded organizations to call on the President and Congress to establish a National Commission on Children dedicated to reducing childhood poverty, obesity, illiteracy and violence.To learn more and join the effort to keep America’s kids safe, visit www.savethechildren.org/protect.Source:Save the Childrenlast_img read more


By Hajare El KhaldiRabat – In partnership with Mohammed V University, London-based magazine Times Higher Education (THE) will organize its fourth Emerging Economies Summit from May 8-10.The editorial director of global rankings, Phil Baty, announced that, “after successful summits in Moscow, Delhi and Johannesburg, [he was] delighted to be taking this event to North Africa. “This will be the first event in THE’s world summit series to be held in Morocco, and we’re looking forward to sharing some of our new data-driven insights, addressing some big challenges facing universities in the emerging economies. But above all, we will champion  the rise of a new generation of universities and celebrate the role that they play in nation-building,” he added.Following the theme of “Empowering the Next Generation Universities,” this event will explore some of the most pressing questions that face  universities in Rabat. ; Questions will include the role of technology in accelerating institutional development, exploring links between governments and private investors in designing the new universities, and curricular reforms which will suit the industry’s needs.This edition of the event will feature top leaders from research universities around the globe, and from some of the world’s  fastest growing states. Guests will include Alan Ruby, Senior Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, Dong-sung Cho, President of Incheon National UNiversity, Hassan Al-Derham, President at Qatar University, Milla Soko, Director of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town, and Mamdouh Shoukri, President Emeritus at York University.President of Al Akhawayn University, Driss Ouaouicha, will also participate in a panel discussion on universities’ role in addressing inequality of opportunity Joining him will be Sam Fongwa, researcher at the Centre for Higher Education and Development at the University of the Free State, Huey-Jen Jenny Su, President of National Cheng Kung University, and Ahmed S. Yamani, Rector of Prince Sultan University.The Emerging Economies Summit will also host the global launch of THE Emerging Economies University Rankings 2018, and will include a special session with THE’s data scientists. They will provide exclusive insight into the most comprehensive measures of research universities’ performances across the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia.  Baty stated that, “Our Emerging Economies Summit is one of our most vibrant and diverse – with 42 different countries considered in our analysis for the THE Emerging Economies Rankings.”The Emerging Economies Summit conference  was founded in 2014 with the Russian Academic Excellence Project, which is currently aiming to see five Russian universities enter the top 100 in global university rankings by 2020. read more


BMO Capital Markets says it has been hired by Progress Energy to assist with the sale of production lands, gas plants and an extensive pipeline network in Alberta.A sale of assets would be the latest retreat from Canada for Petronas, a Malaysian state-owned energy company that bought Progress Energy in 2012.Petronas announced in July that it no longer planned to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in British Columbia due to changed market conditions.BMO Capital’s website says it’s handling the sale of Progress Energy assets that produce the oil-equivalent of about 5,500 barrels per day, including natural gas.It says the assets include Progress Energy’s rights to about 400,000 gross acres in Alberta’s Deep Basin region, other lands, and related assets such as three gas plants.


Under the $8.2 million operation, which runs from October 2001 to March 2002, WFP will distribute a month’s supply of rice, lentils and sugar to the most vulnerable people in the three hardest-hit districts in southern Sri Lanka’s arid zone. Characterized by limited natural resources, these districts are home to the country’s poorest residents.The agency will also give a fortified blended food mix to 50,000 children under age five and 14,000 pregnant women and nursing mothers, in order to avert a decline in nutrition among these chronically destitute Sri Lankans.”The people we need to help have virtually nothing left to sustain themselves,” said WFP Sri Lanka Country Director Jeff Taft-Dick. “Their fruit trees are dying and their rice paddies are too dry to produce a crop this year. The majority of the wells have dried up and the only source of drinking water is government tankers that come through their area sporadically.”While providing relief rations, WFP will also introduce work schemes – such as cleaning and desilting of irrigation canals – that will benefit the community. These schemes, designed to offset the effects of future droughts, will carry the 225,000 participants through to the next harvest in March 2002.A joint assessment mission conducted last month by WFP and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) found that between 30 and 50 per cent of the people in the drought zone were already living below the poverty line when the rains stopped. “What we are seeing now is that many families are down to one meal a day,” said Mr. Taft-Dick. “Most of them have smallhold plots but they can barely grow enough for the family to eat once a day.”WFP has been working in Sri Lanka since 1968, assisting families facing chronic food insecurity. Currently, the agency feeds some 80,000 people displaced by conflict in the northeast and runs food-for-work projects for 58,000 trying to achieve economic self-reliance. read more


Borrowing for retirees can be filled with challenges, but it’s on the rise OTTAWA – At 66, Wayne Hystad is signing on for a new mortgage in a move to consolidate his debt and allow him to keep his Edmonton condominium.“It means I keep my place and I’ll just have a higher mortgage, which I can handle,” he says. “I can live now.”But he has a message for other retirees thinking about borrowing money: If you can’t pay for it, don’t buy it.Hystad, who sank into depression after he separated from his wife in 2009 and she died in 2011, said his mortgage was paid, but he got into trouble with a line of credit and credit cards, racking up thousands in debt.“Through my depression I did the stupid spending,” he said. “It was my fault. There’s no excuses.”However Hystad isn’t alone among seniors who are borrowing more.According to a report by Equifax, debt excluding mortgages held by those over 65 averaged $15,244 in the fourth quarter of last year.That was below the Canadian average of $22,113 — but those over 65 posted the highest percentage growth compared with the fourth quarter of 2015 at 6.1 per cent.Scott Hannah, president of the Credit Counselling Society, says the number of people aged 55 or older seeking help at his organization has grown to 21 per cent of the society’s client base compared with five per cent 20 years ago.“That’s significant and worrisome because unlike people who are working like you and me, many of these people are on fixed incomes,” he says.Hannah says if a senior is thinking about borrowing they need to ask themselves why are they borrowing — is it for a need or is it for a want?“We see things like people taking on debt because they need a new roof and I can appreciate that because if the roof is shot you’ve got to fix the roof.”But, he adds, it’s important to consider alternative solutions, depending on your situation.“Does it make sense to stay, for example, in a home that you can’t afford?” he says.Larry Moser, a divisional manager at BMO InvestorLine, says it’s important for retirees thinking about borrowing money to understand how they are going to pay it back or if they are going to let their estate repay the money after they die.He says for retirees looking to borrow, the most obvious way if they own their home is to access that equity.“A lot of retirees are house rich and cash poor and perhaps that’s the most easily accessible option,” says Moser, adding that if a retiree is looking to borrow money, they should have an exact amount in mind.“The danger of putting a line of credit against your house is if your intention is to only borrow $200,000, but you put a $500,000 line of credit against your house, you have to have the discipline to tell yourself my intention was to only borrow $200,000.”Moser notes that in most cases of retirees looking to borrow money, it isn’t because they want to, but rather it’s something they need to do.As for Hystad, he says he’s back on track and looking forward to saving a little so he can travel.“And pay cash for something I want.” by Craig Wong, The Canadian Press Posted May 18, 2017 8:00 am MDT Last Updated May 18, 2017 at 9:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more


first_imgOf all of the Google apps I have wanted on my Android phone, Google Reader is probably the biggest. Everything I have used that has tried to offer the Reader functionality onto my phone has failed. I love my Google Reader, but it’s just plain not as useful without the mobility of an app. Fortunately, my favorite overlords have decided to grant a Christmas wish two years in the running, and released Google Reader to the Android Market!Reader has always been available from the mobile web, but the experience has been incomplete, and you always have to login to your Google account every time (rather, I do, because I don’t store my passwords). An app that was tied into your Google account on your phone just makes more sense. Plus, Google managed to stuff the app full of on-the-go functionality!The biggest benefit to Reader Mobile is the ability to both add new things to my reader feed, and have it sync with my reader account on my desktop so you am not reading stuff twice. So far I can say this: Google nailed it with this app. It’s extremely easy to either pop in a URL or search, and, oh man, is the search awesome. You can search for literally every kind of social networking thingy there is, and add the results to your feed.Google did a really great job, and everything so far works exactly like I thought it should. This is exactly what I, and any other Android using Reader fan have been looking for.Grab your copy of Reader in the Market today!Read more at Google’s blog.snap20101201_164538snap20101201_164538snap20101201_164523snap20101201_164500last_img read more


first_imgIn celebration of surpassing 25 billion apps downloaded by in the Google Play Store, Android users will be able to take advantage of a wealth of content available at a discount for the next few days. This sale is similar to the one Google ran when the company breached the 10 billion download mark, but now includes content from the new services that have been added since that last sale. Some of these sales include 25 apps at 25 cents, and collections of digital content across their movies, books, and music collections.If you’ve never purchased any digital content from Google, this sale is a good reason to check it out. The “25 albums that changed the world” collection includes everything from Daft Punk’s Discovery album and Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle, to Patsy Cline and John Coltrane collections. The “25 banned books” collection is a set of 99 cent books ranging from Albert Einstein to The Werewolf of Paris. Google has also put together a collection of movies at prices that are moderately discounted from the usual pricing, which includes new titles like Battleship as well as popular comedies like Superbad and Pineapple Express. The collection also includes some family friendly titles like the Lorax, Hugo, and TinTin. Most of the movie deals only apply to rentals, leaving the full price for anyone who wants to buy and own the films.All of the content purchased from the Google Play Store is available to watch on anything connected to your Google Account, which includes most web browsers and all Android devices that are Play Store certified.The star of the sale is, of course, the 25 cent apps that are available through the weekend. There are plenty of games in the sale, like Angry Birds Space Premium and Symphony of Eternity. There are a couple of great productivity apps as well, especially OfficeSuite Pro 6 which is usually prices at $15.In previous sales Google has cycled out different apps every day to offer more options to those interested in trying out new apps for 25 cents, but so far all of the apps that were available yesterday are still available today. It’s interesting to note that almost every app that is on sale for 25 cents in the Play Store is also on sale for 25 cents in the amazon App Store, so even Kindle Fire users can take advantage of some of this promotion.After the 10 billion download milestone, Android enthusiast Shen Ye predicted almost to the day that Google would reach 25 billion downloads. Using the same technique he used to estimate the last milestone, Shen’s graph puts the 50 billion download mark at the end of June 2013. Given the even increasing number of Android device activations each day, it would be very exciting to see Google pass 50 billion downloads next June.last_img read more


first_imgNasa : de surprenantes stations spatiales imaginées en 1970Bien avant la construction de la Station spatiale internationale (ISS) en 1998, des ingénieurs avaient déjà imaginé comment serait les stations spatiales habitées. Des dessins très sérieux réalisés pour la Nasa dans les années 1970. Ces dessins ne sortent pas d’un ouvrage de science fiction. Au contraire, ils exposent de façon tout à fait sérieuse les représentations que la Nasa se faisait des futures stations spatiales habitées en 1970. Des représentations un peu loin de ce qu’est actuellement la Station spatiale internationale (ISS). À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESAA cette époque, la Nasa désirait développer des stations habitées destinées à être placées en orbite terrestre. Au sein d’une structure en forme d’anneau, les ingénieurs imaginaient recréer un environnement tout entier. Il est possible de distinguer sur les planches des éléments familiers d’un paysage terrestre tels que des vallées, des forêts, des cours d’eau ou encore des habitations. En résumé, ces stations imaginaires seraient comme une seconde terre enfermée dans un anneau de verre avec un axe centrale capable de gérer le maintien de l’écosystème.Gigantesque, la surface de ces structures spatiales imaginaires était censée faire vivre jusqu’à 10.000 personnes et leur permettre de se déplacer en transports volants. 40 ans après ces ébauches, les projets ont finalement abouti à la construction de l’ISS en 1998 un peu plus modeste. En effet, la station a une capacité d’accueil pour 6 membres d’équipage, sélectionnés sur leur qualification et soumis à un entraînement intensif. Une réalisation éloignée des concepts fantaisistes imaginés par la Nasa mais qui reste tout de même une impressionnante avancée. Découvrez ces surprenants dessins de stations spatiales sur Maxisciences. Le 22 mars 2011 à 12:21 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more


first_imgLes chercheurs ont décodé l’ADN du fameux coelacantheLes chercheurs ont réussi à faire parler l’ADN du “fossile vivant” qu’est le coelacanthe. Il permet d’en apprendre davantage sur l’émergence des vertébrés terrestres, y compris les humains.Le coelacanthe est un poisson qui fascine les scientifiques depuis sa première découverte en 1938. Pêché accidentellement par un Sud-africain, il aura fallu attendre encore 15 ans pour qu’un second spécimen puisse être observé. Aujourd’hui, pas plus de 309 coelacanthes n’ont été découverts. Des recherches ont été menées sur ce poisson original et alors qu’une équipe franco-sud-africaine mène actuellement une campagne de plongée pour en apprendre davantage, d’autres scientifiques ont réalisé le séquençage de son génome. Quelque 40 instituts de recherche de 12 pays différents y ont participé et leur analyse confirme que les gènes de ce très vieux poisson évoluent plus lentement que ceux de tous les autres poissons et vertébrés terrestres. Publiés dans la revue britannique Nature, les résultats donnent à penser que les coelacanthes n’ont peut-être pas besoin d’évoluer dans la mesure où ils vivent à des profondeurs où peu de choses ont changé depuis des millénaires. “Ce n’est pas un fossile vivant, c’est un organisme vivant”, tient à préciser Jessica Alföldi du Broad Institute de MIT et Harvard, un des auteurs principaux de l’étude. “Il ne vit pas dans une bulle de temps, il vit dans notre monde, c’est pourquoi il est si fascinant de découvrir que ses gènes évoluent plus lentement que les nôtres”, ajoute t-elle citée par l’AFP. Mais grâce à ce séquençage, les chercheurs en ont aussi appris davantage sur l’évolution des premiers vertébrés terrestres à quatre pattes, les tétrapodes. Un coup de projecteur sur l’évolution À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Une des caractéristiques du coelacanthe est en effet de présenter des ébauches de membres sur quatre de ses nageoires et une poche d’air qui serait le commencement d’un poumon primitif. Il est donc en mesure de fournir des indices précieux sur les changements génétiques qui ont permis aux tétrapodes de se développer sur la terre.L’étude comparative du génome du coelacanthe avec ceux d’animaux terrestres a permis de découvrir que plusieurs grandes régions génétiques peuvent avoir joué un rôle dans la formation des éléments innovants des tétrapodes, comme les membres, doigts et orteils, ainsi que le placenta. De plus, le système immunitaire diffère entre les coelacanthes et les animaux terrestres, probablement en réponse à de nouveaux agents pathogènes rencontrés sur terre. Même chose pour les gènes impliqués dans la perception des odeurs. Ces résultats représentent d’après les chercheurs, une belle avancée dans la connaissance de cet organisme très particulier. Mais d’autres analyses permettront prochainement d’en apprendre davantage, y compris sur les humains, estiment les scientifiques.Le 19 avril 2013 à 15:21 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more


first_imgPhoto courtesy of America’s Heartland newsletter.The latest installment of America’s Heartland profiles an issue near and dear to the hearts of many soybean producers in the Southeast: aquaculture.The national, weekly show on American agriculture showcases the work done by the University of Arkansas’ world class aquaculture facility near Fayetteville and the progress made by researchers there toward optimizing and growing the domestic aquaculture industry.Growing this industry is a priority for ASA, as soybean meal represents the best source of protein-rich fish feed for use in aquaculture operations. ASA is also proud to be a promotional partner of America’s Heartland, which can be seen nationwide on PBS affiliates, RFD-TV and now on FamilyNet. You can find out more about America’s Heartland at www.AmericasHeartland.org.last_img read more


first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Those who recently shopped at Forever 21 may want to check their credit card statements.Forever 21 announced that they may have been victim of a data breach and that customers’ payment information may be compromised.The retailer has yet to state which stores were affected.An investigation is underway.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img


first_imgBalurghat: A group of women ransacked a country liquor shop at Ichamoti Bazar in Mohona Panchayat in Kumarganj police limits around 6 pm on Monday. They took the law into their hands as they were fed up of the rising menace of illegal liquor vendors. A ruckus broke out in the locality following the incident.A source said the raw material used in producing liquor was also destroyed by these women. Residents of the town Suniti Sarkar, Shyamali Barman and Pratima Roy said the shop was built in their locality despite their objection. There are banks, schools, colleges and health-centres in the area. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseA local resident said they could not allow the shop to function because children and young people go to schools and colleges in the same locality. “With no other solution, we had to take the law in our own hands and teach the country liquor vendors a good lesson. We would continue doing so in future if such shops come up in our area,” said the local resident. Officers of Kumarganj police station rushed to the spot to avoid any tension. “Frequent raid would be conducted in the village against illegal liquor vendors and gambling,” said a police officer.last_img read more


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