Greif Nigeria Plc (GREIF.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the second quarter.For more information about Greif Nigeria Plc (GREIF.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Greif Nigeria Plc (GREIF.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Greif Nigeria Plc (GREIF.ng) 2020 interim results for the second quarter.Company ProfileGreif Nigeria Plc (formerly Van Leer Containers (Nigeria) Plc) manufactures and markets steel drums in Nigeria as well as plastic containers and sheet metal products. The company also offers services for steel punching and aluminium welding. Greif Nigeria Plc is subsidiary of Greif International Holding BV. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Greif Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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This is the group’s primary revenue generator. However, it also owns a stake in Pluto Digital Assets, a crypto venture capital and technology company. Argo owns 25% of the business and recently invested a further £7.3m to maintain its stake following a funding round from the venture capital firm.Argo raised £27m from shareholders to help fund this investment. The company will use the balance to pursue strategic opportunities in crypto mining. The company aims to become the world’s largest, most efficient crypto miner. It is making substantial progress towards this goal. In February 2021, Argo reported it mined 129 Bitcoin (or equivalent) in February, up from 93 in January.As the group continues to invest and build out its Bitcoin mining operation and its investments in other crypto firms, the underlying value of the business should increase. However, at this point, I think the Argo Blockchain share price is far above the fair value of the enterprise. I think a value of around 10 times sales is a more appropriate multiple for this business. As such, I’d buy the stock if its valuation falls in the near term or if its revenues grow substantially. Potential risks Of course, this may mean I miss out on the company’s growth if the price of Bitcoin suddenly takes off.This is the biggest risk investors face. The Argo Blockchain share price is linked to the Bitcoin price. If the price of the cryptocurrency suddenly falls, the stock could go with it. At the same time, if the value of the crypto asset suddenly jumps, the value of the shares may also increase.Another risk is overpaying for the stock. If Argo fails to live up to its lofty growth expectations, investor sentiment towards the business may sour. This could leave shareholders who bought at higher levels nursing large losses. There’s never a single right time to buy a stock. 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ArchDaily Photographs Houses Year: Architects: U+I Building Studio Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Glebe, Australia Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch Photography+ 33 Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/876524/glebe-house-studio-and-residence-u-plus-i-building-studio Clipboard Glebe House – Studio & Residence / U+I Building Studio Manufacturers: VELUX Commercial, Sterland Roofing, Tongue n Groove, It’s Design Furniture, Steel Design Melbourne, VMZINCSave this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorText description provided by the architects. This shop-top-housing project is located on a small back lane in a Heritage Conservation Area in Sydney’s inner-west bustling suburb of Glebe. The new building makes maximum use of the available small site of only 92sqm by extending to all boundaries and pushing the private open space up to the top.Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyThe house draws inspiration from previous centuries european architecture translated into modern details. Internal split levels allow the exterior facade to be broken up and stepped to create a small scale appearance suitable for its location. The zinc roofing is wrapped around as standing-seam wall cladding to the upper floors, while the bottom level dark painted brick grounds the building in its setting.Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyAt street level the self-contained studio with its own kitchen and bathroom provides the opportunity to be rented out separately or live above your own workplace. A 4 meter high ceiling and minimalist material palette of brick and off-form concrete creates an unobtrusive space waiting to be occupied by a creative personSave this picture!Basement and Ground floor plansAn all concrete staircase leads up to the residential part of the building. The core concrete wall starting at the studio, continues through the bedroom level and finishes in the top floor living room. The material palette that was chosen for the interior consists of concrete, timber, steel and glass, assigning each material its well determined place to provide a modern and uncluttered aesthetic.Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyThe middle level houses the bedroom, robe and bathroom. Building to all boundaries meant restriction with window placements. Therefore operable skylights in the bedroom and bathroom give glimpse of the sky while laying in bed or having a shower and provide ventilation. Also the use of wire glazed steel frame internal doors allows natural light to penetrate to the inner most areas.Save this picture!Section 02Black polished plaster walls have been used to create accent walls in the bathroom.Light coloured wooden floors continue up the second set of stairs and throughout the top floor main living, dining and kitchen which has been kept open plan. The high ceiling and exposed black steel beams create a dramatic look while at the same time complimenting the floor to ceiling black steel framed windows.Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyThe floating tv shelf merges into a stair that leads over a glass floor landing, which furthermore transfers natural light to the lower floors, out to the roof terrace. Here the high balustrades give total privacy to the occupants and neighbours, whilst allowing views of the surrounding treetops and glimpse of city skyline.Save this picture!First and top floor plansAlthough appearing compact from the outside the house surprises with space and natural light on the inside. The building expresses its character through the use of materials and is an attempt to tell a coherent tale with a minimum of materials.Save this picture!© Thilo Pulch – Pulch PhotographyProject gallerySee allShow lessThree House / Junsekino Architect And DesignSelected ProjectsHey! A Lovely Tiny Space / A’Lentil DesignSelected Projects Share Area: 150 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Glebe House – Studio & Residence / U+I Building StudioSave this projectSaveGlebe House – Studio & Residence / U+I Building Studio 2017 “COPY” Photographs: Thilo Pulch – Pulch Photography Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/876524/glebe-house-studio-and-residence-u-plus-i-building-studio Clipboard Australia CopyAbout this officeU+I Building StudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesGlebeAustraliaPublished on July 29, 2017Cite: “Glebe House – Studio & Residence / U+I Building Studio” 28 Jul 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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WhatsApp Print Facebook TAGScouncilKnocklasheenShannonvale RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Previous articleCouncil move to pay graduates moreNext articleMayors move to save Ormston House Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Councillor warns of crack cocaine in West Limerick Email Irish Water ‘don’t care’ about councillors Twitter Council fails to acquire ownership of site after 20 years DESPITE assurances to “minimise the duration of the works and level of disturbance” at the construction site for the Northern Distributor Road, residents in Shannonvale still feel that their concerns are not being heard.Responding to queries from The Limerick Post, a spokesperson for Limerick City and County Council said that they have “been highly proactive in engaging with local stakeholders at all stages of the current construction process and will continue to do so.”Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He went on to say that “Kieran O’Gorman is the Senior Executive Engineer on the project and he is liaising with stakeholders about the project.”In a written response to an emailed query from a local resident earlier this month, Mr O’Gorman stated that “the Council understands the level of construction activity in the vicinity of your dwelling and is endeavouring to minimise the duration of the works and level of disturbance.”However, a number of residents have said that they are being “fobbed off” and given a “politically correct answer” to a serious issue.A large number of residents of the Shannonvale development on the Old Cratloe Road have aired their concerns about the level of noise at the construction site where a 60 km/h high quality dual carriageway with cycle lanes and paths is under construction between Coonagh and Knocklisheen as part of the first phase of the Northern Distributor Road.Residents have called on Council chief executive Conn Murray to visit the site and experience what their concerns are.Site security has also been identified as a serious issue and residents told The Limerick Post that the noise caused by the constant flow of trucks and machinery is beyond frustrating.They also fear that air quality is affected by the excessive dust raised from site vehicles.Efforts to address the security concerns were “poor enough” one resident said on Wednesday morning.Local Sinn Féin councillor Séighin Ó Ceallaigh said that the planning of phase two of the development moving out to Parteen will not be ready until the end of 2019 “at least”.“It is unfortunate to see that it will be more than a year before plans for the second phase are ready for submission to An Bord Pleanála. While I welcome the fact that phase one is nearing completion, it is disappointing to hear that the completion of the road as a whole will be years away.”“Being realistic, it looks like it will be 2020 before this goes to an Bord Pleanála, which could take some time. There will be public consultation and other formalities for this plan, and then we will be waiting on funding,” Cmhlr Ó Ceallaigh said. Residents air serious concerns over work on Northern Distributor Road Linkedin Littering is a ‘slap in the face’ to Team Limerick Clean-up NewsPoliticsResidents still feel ignored despite council engagementBy Staff Reporter – July 25, 2018 2153 Feasibility Study approved for for road safety measures at Shannonvale
News UpdatesDelhi HC Asks Centre, JNU To File Affidavits In Plea Challenging 27% Reservation for OBCs In PG Courses [Read Order] Karan Tripathi11 May 2020 10:54 PMShare This – xDelhi High Court has asked the Central Government and Jawaharlal Nehru University to file affidavits in a petition challenging the provision of 27% reservations to the persons belonging to OBC category in post graduation courses in Central educational institutions, specifically in JNU. While giving 2 weeks time to the Respondents to file affidavits-in-reply, the Single Bench…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginDelhi High Court has asked the Central Government and Jawaharlal Nehru University to file affidavits in a petition challenging the provision of 27% reservations to the persons belonging to OBC category in post graduation courses in Central educational institutions, specifically in JNU. While giving 2 weeks time to the Respondents to file affidavits-in-reply, the Single Bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher has noted that it will examine the matter in detail only once the said affidavits are filed. The petition has been filed by Advocate Nishant Khatri, through Advocate Dr. Subhash Vijayran, challenging an Office Memorandum dated April 20, 2008, issued by the MHRD whereby the above provision was introduced. The plea states that the law with regards to reservation for the OBC category was settled by the Supreme Court in Ashok Kumar Thakur v. Union of India, (2008) 6 SCC 1, whereby it was held that there shall be no reservation for OBCs in post-graduate courses. In the said case, the Supreme Court had upheld the validity of reservations in respect of persons belonging to the OBC category for admissions under the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admissions) Act, 2006 but with two express caveats: First, that the persons from creamy layer of OBCs would be excluded from reservations (unanimous decision). Second, that OBCs would not be eligible for reservations in Post-Graduate Courses (decision by 3:2 majority). In this backdrop the Petitioner has contended that the impugned OM is “contemptuous” inasmuch as it is in conformity with the first caveat but not with the second one. The Petitioner has also contended that the OM is violative of Article 15(5) of the Constitution. He has submitted that the “special provisions” permitted under Article 15(5) are inter alia for Socially and Educationally Backwards Classes (SEBCs). “The conjunction used between the words “Socially” & “Educationally” is “AND”. This means the classes of citizens have to be both socially as well as educationally backward to be eligible for reservations under SEBC quota. If a class is either socially or educationally backward but not both socially AND educationally backward, it is not eligible for reservations under Article-15(5) under SEBC quota,” he has submitted. In this context he further pointed out that as per the majority judgment in Ashok Kumar Thakur case, “Once a candidate graduates from a university, the said candidate is educationally forward and is ineligible for special benefits under Article 15(5) of the Constitution for post graduate and any further studies thereafter”. Accordingly the Petitioner has contended that impugned OM and the e-prospectus issued by JNU, providing 27% reservations to OBCs in its post-graduate courses, is unconstitutional being violative of Article 15 of the Constitution of India as interpreted by the constitution bench of the Supreme Court. Locus & CoA The Petitioner has submitted that he belongs to the Unreserved Category and intends to pursue his Post Graduation from JNU, which issued an e-prospectus last month as per the impugned OM thus, adversely affecting him. He has further submitted that the cause of action in the present case is recurring and continuing year after year till date, with all Central Educational Institutions implementing the contemptuous OM of MHRD. Accordingly, quashing of both the OM as well as the e-prospectus has been prayed for.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Story
News UpdatesCOVID-19: Take A Proactive Stand On Counting Day,No Rallies, Bursting Of Crackers On Counting Day: Madras High Court To Political Parties Sparsh Upadhyay1 May 2021 6:01 AMShare This – xTaking up its own-motion petition relating to monitoring the COVID-19 response in the state of Tamil Nadu, the Madras High Court on Friday (April 30) asked the leaders of political parties to ensure that the rank and file maintain a degree of discipline and exercise extreme restraint whether in celebration or otherwise. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy also expressed its hope that political parties, media personnel, and citizens at large adhere to the COVID instructions and the guidelines of the Election Commission and follow all the norms.Earlier, during the course of the hearing, the Additional Solicitor General R Shankaranarayan sought to assert that the Centre had taken all necessary steps to face the Covid-19 situation. Read more details about the hearing here.Post Mortem Of Union’s Stance On Covid Readiness And EC’s Sensationalism Concerns May Have To Wait: Madras HC In Suo Motu Covid CaseThe Court also perused the reports filed both by the Union and the State as to the measures adopted to deal with the unexpected surge in infections and matters pertaining thereto and hoped that the picture becomes clearer by May 3, 2021 and the specific quantities of the drug and doses of vaccine to be released are indicated to the State, so that the State may plan out its course of action over the next week or so.Importantly, the Court observed that two aspects cannot be missed: Union’s endeavour to indicate that the surge in numbers may have been unexpected and that preparatory measures had been taken for quite some time, and Election Commission’s concern at sensationalism. The post-mortem on either count may have to wait, particularly in the light of the immediate measures that may be put in place.The concern regarding vote counting dayNoting that the role of the political parties cannot be overemphasized, the Court remarked,”The leaders of political parties should keep the supporters in check, ensure that there is no bursting of crackers or taking out of rallies, particularly on the day of counting and till such time that the present grim situation continues. The leaders of political parties are requested to take a pro-active stand in such regard and lead by example.”Situation in PuducherryThe Court perused the status report received from Puducherry indicating quite an alarming surge, however, the Court noted that measures now having been put in place which ought to be strictly implemented. The Court further remarked,”The other aspect of the matter is for information to be made available on the internet and other media, so that there is no panic, whether in seeking the drug or obtaining the supplies of oxygen or finding out the nearest bed.”further, the Court also observed that the citizens ought also to exercise a degree of restraint that the State Government would be best suited to advise on. The Court also asked the Authorities to initiate drives, whether through public announcements in the lesser towns and rural areas, to encourage people to come out and take the vaccine. Lastly, the Court clarified that the Bench would be available, at least during the first fortnight of the vacation and may assemble upon prior notice to the relevant parties. Read more details about the Court hearing – Post Mortem Of Union’s Stance On Covid Readiness And EC’s Sensationalism Concerns May Have To Wait: Madras HC In Suo Motu Covid CaseEarlier, the Madras High Court had said that the Election Commission of India, State Government and the political parties should ensure that the counting day does not become a “super-spreader” event for the COVID19 pandemic.In related news, the Calcutta High Court on Friday (April 30) expressed its hope that political parties, their candidates, and the supporters would adhere to the COVID-19 Protocols on counting Day (May 2) keeping in view the COVID-19 pandemic situation.The Bench of Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal & Justice Arijit Banerjee was presiding over a public interest litigation petition filed with regard to adherence to the COVID-19 protocols at the time of counting of votes and declaration of the results of the West Bengal Assembly Election, 2021.Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsMadras High Court Tamil Nadu polls Political Parties Cracker Ban vaccination drive Political rally political parties Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy COVID-19 Next Story
Plasmaspheric hiss (PH) is a band-limited, incoherent whistler mode emission found predominantly in the plasmasphere or high-density plasma regions in the near-Earth space environment. Since its discovery in the late 1960s, PH has been recognized as playing an important role in shaping the structure and dynamics of the Earth’s electron radiation belts and creating the slot region that separates the inner and outer belts. However, the origin of PH has been a topic of intense debate for over four decades. Here we present a model for the origin of PH that involves the evolution of chorus waves into the PH spectrum. We perform extensive ray tracing using the HOTRAY code and calculate Landau damping using newly developed suprathermal flux maps from THEMIS observations, that are L and magnetic local time dependent, for both inside and outside the plasmasphere. Our results show remarkable consistency with the observed statistical characteristics of hiss, including the day/night asymmetry in wave power, frequency spectrum, geomagnetic control of PH, quasi-parallel equatorial wave normal angles, and confinement within the plasmasphere. Our model also reproduces ancillary features such as exohiss and extremely low frequency (ELF) hiss and might be related to a previously reported phenomenon called lower hybrid resonance duct trapping in the ionosphere. A detailed analysis of ray morphologies shows a separation into four distinct groups, which correspond to (1) rays that are trapped at the plasmapause, (2) PH rays, (3) ELF hiss rays, and (4) rays that represent the bulk of the chorus ray power.
Today, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has announced the official dates for 2019, as well as the addition of an extra day. Celebrating their 50th anniversary, the world-famous Jazz Fest will return to the Fair Grounds Race Course from Thursday, April 25th through Sunday, the 28th, and Thursday, May 2nd to Sunday, May 5th. That’s right, both weekends will start on a Thursday and end on a Sunday, alleviating some of the crowded atmospheres that the first weekend is traditionally known for.While the lineup has not yet been announced, it can be assumed that the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival will continue on with their reputation as one of the best festivals in all the land. Regardless of who’s playing, it’s the people, food, and culture that bring people back year after year. For more information, head to the event’s website.