Related Posts Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals The machine offers contactless, convenient experience for travellers to buy masks, gloves, sanitisers, other essential safety productsTynimo has installed a vending machine stocked with safety essentials at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. The machine has been installed at The Departure Hall, offering a contactless and convenient experience for travellers to buy masks, gloves, sanitisers and other essential safety products.The vending machine by Tynimo will be stocked with essentials such as 4 layer designer protection masks, 100 ML hand sanitisers, pen shaped hand sanitisers and nitrile protection gloves. Travellers can pay for the products using any digital payment methods. The machine has an automatic sanitiser dispenser to sanitise hands before and after purchase.Commenting on this new initiative, Vaibhav Jain, CEO & Founder, Tynimo said “ In a post COVID-19 world, there is definitive behavioural change in the way people travel. In an effort to promote safe and convenient travel experiences, we have introduced our first Tynimo vending machine at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. If any traveller has missed carrying a sanitiser or a mask, this is an easy, contactless and seamless way to purchase the required safety essentials without any face to face interaction”The products are priced between Rs 50-150. In the coming months, Tynimo plans to install more vending machines at the airport, at IT parks, malls, metro stations and railways stations. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” By EH News Bureau on July 14, 2020 Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Vending machine stocked with safety essentials installed at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru News The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Read Article MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” BengaluruCOVID-19glovesKempegowda International Airportmaskssafety essentialssanitisersTynimoVending machine Share Comments (0) Add Comment
You’re Sorry? Okay, but why??Apologising or saying sorry can be a gesture of asking for forgiveness. It’s great to say sorry for any hurt you may have caused someone. But is every sorry you say justified? Check these out:“Sorry, I like the colour pink!”“Sorry, I don’t like chole-bhature!”“I am very busy today, sorry!”“I would like some tea instead of coffee, sorry!”“I find traffic jams really annoying, sorry!”“Sorry – you are pushing me with your bag!”“I’m sorry you didn’t like the food I made!”“I’m sorry that I’m so tired so I couldn’t make your 5-course meal!”“I’m sorry your spicy food is giving me a stomach ache!”“Sorry that I won an award and you didn’t!”‘I’m so sorry but I have a question!”You probably get it now. Saying sorry is needed often, but it is never a crutch or an apology for being unapologetically you.You don’t have to cushion your opinions or voice. It’s okay to make your intent clear without having to layer it with apologies or being nice. Unfortunately, women, children, and seniors are more prone to apologizing without reason, maybe because they feel more affected by the actions of others. Over-apologising may undermine your confidence and your self-belief. Alternatively, you can try saying, ‘Thanks for your patience’ (after a long day at work) or ‘I would like to ask a question’ or ‘I really enjoy tea’ instead of apologizing for your choices or situations.Top 5 situations not requiring an apology:o A sorry is not an apology for your opinions.o A sorry is not required for success, in the kitchen, in the boardroom, in lifeo Highlighting your discomfort does not require an apology – if someone is pushing you, verbally, physically anyhow.o Your confidence, loud voice, appearance, focus – do not require apologies.o You don’t look bossy or aggressive or rude by not apologizing.You are great at being yourself. That never needs an apology. Your competence or achievement doesn’t require apologies either. You just need to own it, unapologetically.
This week’s home highlight is a trio of junior national league play-off games at WISE on Saturday. The Under-18s Premier team will tip things off at 12noon against Thames Valley Cavaliers. The Under-14 Premier team follow against Milton Keynes Trojans at 2.15pm. The Under-16s Premier team are last to play, hosting Team Birmingham Elite at 4.30pm.
NEW YORK | The reputed boss of New York’s Gambino crime family was shot to death in front of his home by a gunman who may have staged a car accident to lure him outside, dying a virtual unknown compared with his swaggering 1980s-era predecessor, John Gotti.FILE – In this Feb. 9, 1990 file photo, John Gotti, right, arrives at court in New York. The Gambino family was once among the most powerful criminal organizations in the U.S., but federal prosecutions in the 1980s and 1990s sent Gotti and other top leaders to prison, diminishing its reach. The last Mafia boss to be shot to death in New York City was Gambino don Paul Castellano, assassinated outside a Manhattan steakhouse in 1985 at the direction of Gotti, who then took over the organization. On Wednesday, March 13, 2019, Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali, the reputed boss of New York’s Gambino crime family was gunned down outside his home, dying a virtual unknown compared with his swaggering 1980s-era predecessor, the custom-tailored tabloid regular Gotti. (AP Photo/David Cantor, File)Police said Thursday they were reviewing surveillance-camera video of the attack on Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali, 53, who was gunned down Wednesday night at his red-brick colonial-style house in a quiet Staten Island neighborhood. The assailant sped off in a pickup truck, police said. No immediate arrests were made.The motive for the attack was under investigation, Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said.Federal prosecutors had referred to Cali in court filings in recent years as the underboss of the Mafia’s Gambino family, once one of the most powerful and feared crime organizations in the country. News accounts since 2015 said he had ascended to the top spot.Aggressive federal prosecutions in the past 25 years decimated the ranks of New York’s five Mafia families, the Gambinos among them. The cases resulted in long prison terms for their bosses — Gotti included — and encouraged their successors to keep a lower profile.But the new generation still engages in old-school crimes — loansharking, gambling, extortion — that can make enemies and spark violence. This week, prosecutors in Brooklyn announced a case against a long-time Gambino associate accused of killing a suspected loanshark affiliated with the Lucchese crime family.Shea said there has been a slight uptick in alleged mob-related violence in New York within the last year. But he said it is too soon to say whether that had anything to do with Cali’s slaying.Shea said the mob boss emerged from his home around 9:15 p.m. after the gunman backed his pickup into Cali’s Cadillac SUV, damaging it. “With what we know at this point in time, it’s quite possible that was part of a plan,” Shea said.Video showed the assailant pulling a 9 mm handgun and opening fire on Cali about a minute after they started talking, according to Shea. At least 12 shots were fired. After getting shot several times, Cali tried to crawl under his SUV to hide, Shea said.The last Mafia boss to be shot to death in New York City was Gambino don “Big Paul” Castellano, assassinated on Gotti’s direction while getting out of a black limousine outside a high-end midtown Manhattan steakhouse in 1985. Gotti then took control of the family.“We thought those days were over,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said of Cali’s slaying. “Very surprising, but I guess old habits die hard.”Cali kept a much lower profile than Gotti and was killed in far less spectacular fashion than Castellano. He was shot on a tree-lined street in one of New York City’s less-glamorous outer boroughs, a short walk from ball fields, a country club and a day camp.Gotti, with his expensive double-breasted suits and overcoats and silvery swept-back hair, became known as the Dapper Don, his smiling face all over the tabloids. As prosecutors tried and failed to bring him down, he came to be called the Teflon Don.In 1992, Gotti was convicted in Castellano’s murder and a multitude of other crimes. He was sentenced to life in prison and died of cancer in 2002.On Wednesday, hours before Cali was killed, the reputed boss and consigliere of the Bonanno crime family were acquitted in a Brooklyn racketeering and extortion case. In October, reputed Bonanno associate Sylvester Zottola was fatally shot while waiting for a cup of coffee at a McDonald’s drive-thru in the Bronx.Last week, the longtime boss of the Colombo crime family, 85-year-old Carmine “the Snake” Persico, died at a North Carolina hospital near the federal prison where he had been serving what was effectively a life sentence. Persico was convicted in a 1986 case overseen by then-U.S. Attorney Rudy Giuliani.Cali’s only mob-related criminal conviction came a decade ago, when he pleaded guilty in an extortion scheme involving a failed attempt to build a NASCAR track on Staten Island. He was sentenced to 16 months behind bars and was released in 2009.In that case, authorities intercepted conversations shedding light on his quiet underworld command. At a 2008 bail, a prosecutor said Cali was seen “as a man of influence and power by organized crime members in Italy.”
In this March 31, 2011 file photo, then-Texas women’s head track and field coach Beverly Kearney is photographed during practice in Austin, Texas. A race and gender discrimination lawsuit filed against the University of Texas by former women’s track coach Bev Kearney can proceed, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday, May 3, 2016. (AP Photo/Statesman.com, Ralph Barrera, File) AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The University of Texas agreed to pay $600,000 to settle former women’s track coach Bev Kearney’s race and gender discrimination lawsuit, according to documents released Monday. Kearney and the school agreed to settle her nearly five-year-old lawsuit in June. Terms were released following public records requests from The Associated Press and other media outlets.Kearney will receive about $277,450 with the rest going to her attorneys.Kearney was forced out of her job in 2013 after the school learned she had a relationship with an athlete a decade earlier. Kearney, who is Black, had claimed she was treated differently than former Texas assistant football coach Major Applewhite, who was allowed to keep his job and was later promoted after the school learned he had a relationship with a student trainer on a bowl trip. Applewhite is now the head coach at Houston.The settlement stipulates the money will be paid by the Texas athletic department. It also requires the two sides to make no comment beyond acknowledging the settlement was reached.Kearney’s original lawsuit sought at least $1 million and financial records previously reviewed by the AP showed the university had spent more than $500,000 defending the case.The deal keeps confidential any records or testimony collected in the case, including depositions from Applewhite, former Texas football coach Mack Brown, former school President Bill Powers, former athletic director DeLoss Dodds as well current and former employees in the office that investigates sexual harassment and assault.Kearney won six national championships (three indoor, three outdoor) while at Texas. School officials have previously said they were justified in removing her after 20 years with the Longhorns because the relationship with one of her athletes “crossed a line.”Her lawsuit argued the school had been much softer with its discipline of Applewhite for his behavior with the student trainer on the trip to the Fiesta Bowl after the 2008 season. Applewhite, a popular former Longhorns quarterback, was ordered to undergo counseling but stayed on staff until Brown was forced out after the 2013 season.Kearney was one of the most successful women’s track coaches in the country and was considered for a significant raise in 2012 until the 2002 relationship with one of her runners was reported to school officials. She now lives in California.Kearney’s lawyers had questioned why the school publicly announced Kearney’s discipline, but Applewhite’s incident, which school officials called consensual, didn’t surface until nearly five years later when the Daily Texan student newspaper filed a public records request for his personnel file. University regents said they didn’t know about the Applewhite incident until 2013.
SUNBURY-ON-THAMES, England (AP) — Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins does not believe the heated exchange he had with the Carolina Panthers’ Eric Reid diminishes the impact of his fight for racial and social justice.Jenkins, the face of the Players’ Coalition, and Reid, a former member, shouted at each other during and after the Eagles’ 21-17 home loss on Sunday.Reid branded Jenkins a “sellout” after the game and said he “co-opted the movement” started by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick because the group of players has chosen to work with the NFL to further its cause.“What happens on the field or whatever headlines, that (work) doesn’t stop,” Jenkins said Friday after the Eagles completed their final practice prior to a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on Sunday. “There’s been work all across the country in so many different areas and by so many players that an incident like that, it might grab headlines and it might grab the attention of what people want to report, but the work that we do has never been contingent upon what we do.“Right now, the big focus is on voting and getting people out to the polls this November and we continue to do that. We’ve got people doing PSAs, writing op-eds, getting involved with the issues in their local markets, and so no, I don’t think it’s a distraction at all.”Strong safety Eric Reid #25 of the Carolina Panthers gets in the face of strong safety Malcolm Jenkins #27 of the Philadelphia Eagles prior to the start of the first quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on October 21, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)Reid, who joined Carolina last month, broke away from the coalition a year ago in part because of its support from the league. The NFL plans to commit $90 million over the next seven years to further social causes.Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, a member of the coalition, responded on Thursday to Reid’s comments, saying he does not recognize that the group is “making true changes” with its advocacy.Jenkins, who chose not to address Reid’s comments after the game, said he was not aware of what Norman said but was proud he expressed his support publicly.“The support most likely comes because everything we’re doing is not just me,” Jenkins said. “Obviously, I think as kind of leader, my face gets put out there and my name gets repeated over and over again, but it’s a coalition for a reason.“There are guys all around the league that are doing work, whether directly or indirectly, because of us, and I think that’s something to be proud of. I think Josh is obviously one of those guys that is happy to be a part of the things that we’re doing.”___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Philadelphia Eagles’ safety Malcolm Jenkins walks away after giving a television interview following an NFL training session at the London Irish rugby team training ground in the Sunbury-on-Thames suburb of south west London, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Celtic Challenge U17 Hurling Tournament Galway North 3-18 South East Clare 1-16Galway North recorded their third win in a row in the Celtic Challenge U17 in Gort on Wednesday. A hat trick of goals from Barry Callanan and eleven points from Conor Fahey did much to set Galway North on their way, as did a spirited first half performance into the wind at the end of which they trailed by just two points.Sean Bleahene and Conor Newell shot the opening two points of the game for the Galway men, but South East Clare soon settled. Rian Considine, James McMahon with a goal, Diarmuid Ryan and Killian McDermott all hit the target to leave the Clare side 1-3 to 0-2 ahead on 7 minutes.Clare were beginning to dominate, but on 13 minutes Sean Bleahene fed Barry Callinan and the full forward found the net to give Galway North a real lift. By the end of the opening quarter South East Clare had built a 1-7 to 1-4 lead, but crucially Galway North outscored their opponents by 0-4 to 0-3 before the break with Conor Fahey shooting 3 of those points.Owen O’Hara with 2 frees and a delightful Rian Considine sideline cut accounted for the South East Clare scores though an interval lead of 1-10 to 1-8 looked scant from their perspective and so it proved in the early stages of the second half. By the 40th minute North Galway had built a 2-12 to 1-9 lead – Sean Coleman fed Barry Callanan for his second goal with Callanan, Conor Newell and Karl Conneely all adding good points.South East Clare to their credit and despite being set up defensively had the margin back to manageable proportions – 2-13 to 1-13 – on 48 minutes thanks to 2 Diarmuid Ryan frees and a neat Conor McMahon score. But North Galway finished strongly and 4 Conor Fahey frees allied to a Pierce McDonagh score had the winners five ahead with time up before in the final play of the game a strong run by Martin Cullen finished when a pass to Barry Callanan and Callanan duly shot his hat trick goal to wrap up a 3-18 to 1-16 winGalway North: Ronan McDonagh (Turloughmore) Cillian Mannion (Ballygar) Darragh Daly (Athenry) Sean Lyons (Turloughmore) Cian O’Toole (Annaghdown) Sean Bleahene (Ahascragh-Fohenagh) 0-1 free Jason Walsh (Annaghdown) Sylvester Zwierczyk (Ballygar) Martin Cullen (Athenry) Karl Conneely (Turloughmore) 0-1 Ger Flahive (Mountbellew-Moylough) Conor Fahey (Padraig Pearses) 0-11, 0-9 frees , Cathal Cooley (Abbeyknockmoy) Daniel Loftus (Turloughmore), Conor Newell (Sylane) 0-2 Pierce McDonagh (Ballygar) 0-1 Darren Collins (Athenry) Darragh Glynn (Ahascragh-Fohenagh) Diarmuid Conway (Annaghdown) Cian Higgins (Sylane) Sean Keating (Mountbellew-Moylough) Colm Flaherty (Abbeyknockmoy) Sean Coleman (Athenry) Barry Callanan (Turloughmore) 3-2Galway City & West 3-21 Roscommon 2-6Galway City & West recorded their second win in the competition with a dominant display against Roscommon in Athenry last night.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Share This!Do you like saving money? Tickets to visit the Walt Disney World parks are expensive no matter what, but our Walt Disney World Ticket Calculator eases that pain a bit by helping you find discounted tickets from legitimate third-party vendors. We monitor vendors’ ticket prices and calculate solutions that offer the cheapest way to meet your Disney World ticketing needs.Florida Resident TicketsEarlier this month, we added support for Florida resident tickets to the Ticket Calculator. If you are a Florida resident, click “Show Advanced Options” and then select Yes at the “Are You a Florida Resident?” prompt.Although this could change in the future, Disney currently offers “normal” 1-day, 3-day, and 4-day tickets to Florida residents (see Disney’s information on proving Florida residence) at a slight discount. In addition, Disney periodically offers heavily discounted tickets to encourage Florida residents to visit the parks during specific times of year. For example, right now Florida residents can purchase 3-day or 4-day Get Your Ears On tickets that are valid for use any days between the purchase date and August 28, 2019. The 3-day Get Your Ears On tickets start at $199, and the 4-day tickets start at $219. (These prices are for 1 Park per Day tickets and do not include sales tax; Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus options can be added.)The Calculator may reveal some results that are not obvious. For example, if you are a Florida resident and need 5 park days in July 2019, it may be cheapest to purchase a 4-day Get Your Ears On ticket in combination with a separate 1-day ticket rather than getting a single 5-day ticket.There are more than 20 million people living in Florida, and we hope they can take advantage of this Ticket Calculator update!Ticket Calculator SpeedFinally, please be patient after clicking the “Calculate” button on the Ticket Calculator. The tool may take many seconds to run, especially with complex requests. Your browser may issue a timeout, in which case clicking “wait” to allow it to complete should succeed. We generally use Google Chrome with the Ticket Calculator and have it work fine, occasionally needing to click “Wait” a time or two for complex ticket scenarios. We realize this is not a great user experience, and we’ll be looking to improve that in the future.Have any questions about this tool? Are there other features you’d like to see? Let us know in the comments.
Popsyhalla tops Dons with 15 pointsBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterGRANTON — Natalie Pospyhalla had 15 points, and Columbus Catholic made 17 of 27 free throws to beat Granton 71-37 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division girls basketball game Monday night at Granton High School.Baylie Neider added 12 points, and Kendra Baierl had 10 points and 14 rebounds for Columbus Catholic, which improves to 8-9 overall and 5-7 in the Cloverbelt East.Emily Verkilen had 10 points and eight rebounds for Granton (0-15 and 0-12 in the Cloverbelt East).Columbus Catholic hosts Owen-Withee on Thursday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Dons 71, Bulldogs 37Columbus Catholic 36 35 – 71Granton 12 25 – 37COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (71): Morgan Albrecht 6, Baylie Neider 12, Maren Seefluth 5, Kendra Baierl 10, Jess Trad 9, Abby Baierl 7, Natalie Pospyhalla 15, Sierra Litwatis 0, Marissa Immerfall 7. Record: 8-9, 5-7 Cloverbelt East.GRANTON (37): Cassidie Pongratz 0, Dani Anding 0, Cassie Bandt 9, Emma Koller 0, Emily Verkilen 10, Tyann Sabin 0, Alaina Strey 9, Kayla Johnson 5, Paige Vandeberg 4. Record: 0-15, 0-12 Cloverbelt East.