Nepalese police opens Indo-Nepal border point after 40 days

first_imgKathmandu, Nov 2 (PTI) Nepalese police today forcibly removed the agitating protesters from their sit-in spot on crucial Miteri Bridge at Indo-Nepal border, opening the Birgunj-Raxaul border point after 40 days.The protesters initially hurled stones towards police when the latter started removing them early this morning. They were eventually chased away by police.Some 170 freight trucks entered into India from Nepal after the border was opened, The Kathmandu Post reported.However, no trucks have entered into Nepal from the Indian side so far, it added.Madhesis – who claim to represent the interests of the Indian-origin inhabitants of Nepals Terai region (plains) – have been protesting close to the main Nepal-India trading point near Raxaul, through which about 70 per cent of bilateral trade is done.Their agitation has led to a halt in supply of essential goods, causing acute shortage of fuel in Nepal.Raxaul customs superintendent Arun Kumar Rajat said that the trucks stranded on Indian side will be sent to Nepal since the border was cleared since this morning.”There is no point in stopping the freight trucks and tankers as the border has cleared. The trucks, tankers and LPG bullets will be sent to Nepal,” he was quoted as saying by the Post.Talks between Nepal government and Madhesi groups agitating over the countrys new constitution yesterday ended inconclusively, but Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa said the dialogue was moving in a positive direction.The major demands of the Madhesi Front are to re-draw the demarcation of the federal provinces and inclusion of more rights and representation to the Indian-origin Madhesi people.advertisementOther demands include martyrdom status to those killed during recent protests, free treatment to the injured, compensation to victims families and withdrawal of security forces from Terai districts among others.The alliance has been staging protests in various parts of southern Nepal against the seven-province model of the newly-promulgated Constitution for more then two months.The southern plains of landlocked Nepal have been simmering with tension since the Constitution was formally adopted on September 20.Over 40 people have died in the violent agitation that has also overwhelmed Indo-Nepal ties as transit of goods and fuel to the Himalayan nation from India via the major border trading points has been badly affected. PTI ZHlast_img read more

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LaLiga: MatchDay 17: Barcelona wants to finish the year as table toppers

first_imgAdvertisementLEADERS BARÇA LOOK TO STAY AHEAD OF THE CHASING PACK IN THE FINAL LALIGA SANTANDER WEEKEND OF 2018The last LaLiga Santander weekend of 2018 sees Barcelona looking to stay ahead of chasing Atletico Madrid and Sevilla, with opportunities also for teams towards the bottom to send their fans happily into the winter break.Leaders Barça are at home to Celta on Saturday, with five goals in his last two LaLiga games having pushed blaugrana captain Lionel Messi to the top of the league goal scoring charts. Celta are unbeaten in their last three games under new coach Miguel Cardoso and have won one and drawn another of their last four LaLiga visits to the Camp Nou.Second-placed Atletico de Madrid are too in action on Saturday as they host Espanyol, with red-hot Antoine Griezmann and company out for three points which would continue their LaLiga-leading home record so far. Espanyol are something of a ‘bogey’ side for Simeone’s men however, having won both their most recent LaLiga meetings including a 2-0 victory for the Catalans at the Wanda Metropolitano last season.Third-placed Sevilla will also aim to stay right in the mix at the top when they visit Leganes on Sunday. A tight game is likely as Pablo Machin’s side have drawn their last three on the road, while in-form ‘Lega’ are now unbeaten in their last six league outings.The weekend this time begins early on Friday with Girona hosting Getafe at Montilivi in a meeting of two teams who have both had excellent 2018s and will want a result to stay in the top half over the break. Friday’s late game is a Basque derby which sees Real Sociedad host Alaves. The visitors from Vitoria will be looking for a first LaLiga Santander win at Anoeta in over a decade.Saturday will see a resurgent Real Betis aiming for a fourth straight LaLiga victory to ensure they spend the winter break in fifth spot, although visitorsEibar will remember their 4-0 victory at the Estadio Benito Villamarin just two years’ back.The late game on Saturday sees new Athletic Club coach Gaizka Garitano look to stretch his unbeaten run to three games. Visitors Real Valladolidtravel to San Mames aiming for a win which would be an excellent end to a great last 12 months for the Castilian club.Sunday’s matches starts with Valencia looking to end the year on a high at Mestalla against bottom team Huesca, whose performances have improved in recent weeks. The final LaLiga Santander game of 2018 has Rayo Vallecano aiming for a second straight win at their Estadio de Vallecas, but visitors Levante can go into the winter break having stretched their unbeaten away run to six games.Real Madrid and Villarreal are not in LaLiga action this weekend, with the reigning Champions League holders in Abu Dhabi defending their Club World Cup trophy. Their meeting will now be LaLiga Santander’s first action of 2019, at Villarreal’s Estadio de la Ceramica on Thursday January 3rd.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Suresh Raina gifts special navy blue Mercedes Benz to parents

first_imgIndia cricketer Suresh Raina, on Tuesday, bought a swanky new Mercedes-Benz GLE 350D from Dehradun in Uttarakhand.Raina bought the luxury car as a gift for his parents and mentioned that the reason he bought the car in Dehradun was for the colour (navy blue) available here.”I chose to buy the vehicle from Dehradun as the colour was not available elsewhere and the staff members at the Dehradun showroom convinced me they would make it available,” Raina told the reporters.The left-handed Indian batsman played his last One-Day International (ODI) game against South Africa at Mumbai in 2015. Since then, Raina has been sitting out and has seen an erratic career in the international fold.With 5568 runs under his belt from 223 ODIs, the 30-year-old batsman is leaving no stones unturned by notching up his physical fitness, which has become a primary yardstick to make it in the Indian team and don the blue jersey again.Raina is currently playing for Uttar Pradesh in the 2017-18 Ranji trophy. Till now he has scored 35 runs against Railways, five runs against Maharashtra, 26 runs against Delhi and 39 runs against Assam.Apart from Raina, Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, earlier gifted his father a car after scoring a century in the third Test match of his career against Sri Lanka.Raina has been for long associated with the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises – Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Lions. He leaded the Gujarat franchise for the past two IPL seasons.last_img read more

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Wales come from behind to beat 14-man France in World Cup quarter-final

first_imgThank you for your feedback. Sebastien Vahaamahina was sent off for a stray elbow on Wales’ Aaron Wainwright. Photograph: ITV Sport Twitter Topics Rugby union Even Wales’s winning try was contentious, the ball having been ripped from the grasp of the flanker Charles Ollivon by the replacement Wales scrum-half Tomos Williams and appearing to go forward before Justin Tipuric and, finally, Moriarty lunged for the line. After a lengthy debate with the TMO and numerous replays Peyper decided there was no clear evidence that the ball had gone forward from Williams to Tipuric and that Moriarty had touched the ball down legitimately.It was another high-profile example of the tiny margins that can transform careers. If they go on to win the World Cup, Wales will be tempted to declare 20 October a public holiday and toast Peyper on an annual basis. Was this helpful? With Wales still adjusting to the occasion, the giant Vahaamahina rumbled over from close range and a sharp break from Vakatawa was then the catalyst for a second glorious score, the supporting Dupont putting Ollivon away to score. Ntamack’s first conversion attempt had bounced away off a post but he made no mistake with his second to put his side 12-0 in front.Wales needed to wake up fast and they enjoyed a much-needed boost when Guirado lost possession in contact and Wainwright swooped on the loose ball to race over from fully 40 metres. It was to prove only a temporary reprieve, with France suddenly starting to play like the Barbarians on acid.Some of their running lines were a joy to behold and with Moriarty in the sin-bin for a high tackle on Gaël Fickou a minute after taking the field, it was no huge surprise when they extended their lead after 31 minutes. Vakatawa, following more neat passing from Ntamack and Penaud, surged over to score France’s third try and further points could easily have materialised shortly afterwards. A lovely arching outside break by Ntamack looked odds-on to bring another try but the scrambling Wales defence somehow survived. There was to be another let-off when Ntamack hit a post again with a penalty and, just before the interval, Wales fans were extremely glad advantage was being played when a long looping pass from Ken Owens was intercepted and Guirado momentarily thought he had scored his side’s fourth try. France rugby union team Share on Twitter Quick guide Our Rugby World Cup 2019 coverage • Fixtures, tables and results• Top try and points scorers• Stadium guide• Referee guide• Our latest minute-by-minute live reports• Sign up to The Breakdown, our free rugby union email newsletterTeam guidesPool A: Ireland, Japan, Russia, Samoa, ScotlandPool B: Canada, Italy, Namibia, New Zealand, South AfricaPool C: Argentina, England, France, Tonga, USAPool D: Australia, Fiji, Georgia, Uruguay, Wales Michael Cheika lifts lid on Rugby Australia after quitting as head coach Share on Pinterest Share on Messenger Play Video Reuse this content Read more match reports Since you’re here… Show 1:13 ‘The better team lost’: Warren Gatland relieved after Wales squeeze past France – video Even the withdrawal of a limping Ntamack at half-time could have been overcome had France opted to take a kickable penalty which could have put them 22‑10 in front. Instead they went for the lineout and the ensuing maul resulted in Vahaamahina’s premature exit. Wales continued to huff and puff, not least when George North had a pass intercepted with two unmarked men outside him. There was a veritable gale of relief when the TMO confirmed Moriarty’s score but they will have to play a lot better to beat the Boks. Share on Facebook Warren Gatland Support The Guardian Share via Email France had every right to feel totally gutted. Every now and again they spring gloriously to life at World Cups and here was another example. One glance at a pumped-up Guilhem Guirado squeezing the mascot tight during the anthems was enough to realise Wales, who lost Jonathan Davies to a knee problem on the eve of the game, could expect a proper contest and France had two tries on the board inside the first eight minutes. Rugby World Cup Photograph: Christophe Ena/AP Hide South Africa to face Wales in semi-final after grinding down Japan Wales rugby union team Pinterest … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Read more Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Rugby World Cup 2019 Wales have not played this poorly for the past 18 months but in World Cup knockout games the final scoreline is everything. Warren Gatland’s side are into the last four, 80 minutes away from becoming the first Welsh team to make the final. If they enjoy as much good fortune as they did against France, the Gatland era may yet have a storybook ending. This will certainly go down among the crazier quarter-finals of modern times. With six minutes to go, a 14-man France were threatening to wreck Gatland’s final tournament as the Wales coach, only for a scrambled close-range try from the replacement Ross Moriarty to propel his team into a semi-final against South Africa.There would almost certainly have been a different outcome had the 49th-minute dismissal of the second-row forward Sébastien Vahaamahina not completely transformed a breathless contest. Nine points ahead and in the middle of an attacking maul within range of the Wales line, the Clermont lock caught the jaw of Aaron Wainwright with a blatant elbow, leaving the referee, Jaco Peyper, no option but to show him a red card. The last time Wales played France in a World Cup knockout match a red card for Sam Warburton proved to be the decisive moment and Gatland was among those to highlight the irony. Before Vahaamahina’s rush of blood, France had been playing some of the most beguiling rugby of the tournament, inspired by their half-backs Romain Ntamack and Antoine Dupont and the pacy duo of Virimi Vakatawa and Damian Penaud. If ever there was a rugby-themed version of beauty and the beast, this was it. Facebook last_img read more

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Butland ‘the best goalkeeper in Britain’ – Lambert

first_imgJack Butland Butland ‘the best goalkeeper in Britain’ – Stoke boss Lambert defends England star after blunder Jamie Smith 02:19 2/25/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Jack Butland Getty Images Stoke City Leicester City v Stoke City Leicester City Premier League Riyad Mahrez The 24-year-old fumbled a cross from Marc Albrighton into his net to throw two points away for his struggling side Paul Lambert believes Jack Butland is the “best goalkeeper in Britain” despite the England international’s own goal in a 1-1 Premier League draw at Leicester City.Xherdan Shaqiri’s fine first-half strike looked to have lifted the Potters out of the relegation zone, with Stoke on track for a first away league win since October.But with Stoke seemingly comfortable in the game, Butland misjudged a Marc Albrighton cross and deflected the ball into his own goal. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player The goalkeeper would later make two saves from Riyad Mahrez, with Harry Maguire and Matty James both hitting the woodwork in the closing stages, and Lambert defended the player.”He’s the best goalkeeper in Britain, he’s absolutely fabulous,” Lambert told Sky Sports.”You put yourself up, dust yourself down and go again. Great players make mistakes, it’s how you come back. Butland’s been great since I came in. It’s not the first or last mistake he will make.”Stoke have taken six points from their last five games under the Scot and Lambert hailed the improvement his side have shown, picking out Shaqiri for praise after he scored for the third straight Premier League game.”We were outstanding, played ever so well, defended really strongly as a team and we looked great,” Lambert said. “A threat on the counter, the performance was outstanding and maybe should have won the game. “Shaqiri had a good chance to win it. I think he’s a real world class footballer, he makes things happen. Unlucky with his vision in second half and he makes things happen, he’s playing ever so well and I couldn’t fault them.”We’re well in games and that’s a big improvement, I’ve only been here a few weeks but the turnaround has been vast and we’re playing well enough to win football matches.”7 – Since the start of last season, Stoke have scored seven own-goals in the Premier League, more than any other side. Clanger. pic.twitter.com/iImjkNgqV1— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 24, 2018Although Leicester ended the game well on top, Foxes coach Claude Puel felt a draw was the correct result.”Not enough to win today,” Puel said. “We could have, but we could also have lost so perhaps a draw is fair.”Their goalkeeper made some good saves, but we also conceded chances.”I thought we started well, with intensity, but it became too slow to find space. It was better second half, but without a clinical edge or a little luck to find a winning goal. “We needed greater desire to score, to attack the box together. We did it at times, but not consistently enough. When we did, their goalkeeper made some fantastic saves.”last_img read more

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Thales Snags IMARCS

first_imgMay 29, 2014 zoom Thales has acquired the Integrated Maritime Coordination and Surveillance System (IMARCS) from Austal.IMARCS is a maritime command and control system which integrates Automatic Identification Systems (AIS), GPS and radar into a single picture of the operational environment.This situational awareness picture can be shared end to end – from small boat to patrol vessel to headquarters in a single, real time network.The acquisition also signifies a closer working relationship between Thales and Austal for the delivery of the Australian Customs Cape Class Patrol Boats Program, and subsequent synergies regarding the Royal Australian Navy’s Armidale Class Patrol Boat fleet and their replacements.IMARCS is currently being delivered as part of the Cape Class Patrol Boats Program for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service. The new vessels being designed, built and supported by Austal, will replace the existing fleet of Bay Class patrol boats.Chris Lloyd, Vice President for Maritime & Aerospace activities at Thales in Australia, said: “Thales recognises the increasing demand for maritime situational awareness across all security and military operations. We look forward to working closely with Austal in delivering the Cape Class program and pursuing future opportunities together.”Graham Backhouse, Austal President and General Manager, added: “Having successfully developed and integrated IMARCS into the early Cape Class vessels, Austal is delighted Thales has acquired the system and will leverage its expertise to enhance this capability”.last_img read more

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Program Reduces Wait Times for Orthopedic Patients

first_imgNova Scotians needing knee and hip replacements are receiving better care before surgery and seeing specialists sooner. Pre-habilitation (pre-hab) clinics in the four health authorities that offer orthopedic surgery reduce wait times by providing patients with tools and information to prepare for surgery, and teaching techniques to help them have a more successful surgery and recovery. Health and Wellness Minister Maureen MacDonald said the province is keeping its commitment to set-up pre-hab teams. “We know that wait times for orthopedic surgery have been too long in the past, and these clinics are changing that,” said Ms. MacDonald. “And a patient better prepared for surgery can have a better recovery. This supports other efficiencies that can lead to reduced wait times.” Patients face two waits for knee or hip replacement surgeries. First they wait for a consult with their surgeon, then they wait for the surgery. For patients in the Capital Health pre-hab clinic, the consult wait has reduced significantly, in many cases down from one year to the national average of 90 days. “The clinic certainly changed my quality of life and allowed me to get back to a more active lifestyle,” said Astrid Doucet-Sellars, a pre-hab clinic participant. “The team was excellent and provided lots of support and explanations. I had been told there was a wait to see my surgeon, but was able to access services faster through this program.” Clinics in Cape Breton District Health Authority and Pictou County Health Authority have recently begun seeing patients, with Annapolis Valley Health Authority expecting to start seeing patients in April. The districts are expected to have similar results as Capital Health has experienced. “These new clinics will ensure all Nova Scotians receive similar, high-quality orthopedic care,” said Paul Easton, health services manager for orthopedics with Capital Health. “This program is improving patient satisfaction because they are seeing an orthopedic surgeon for consultation within the national benchmark of 90 days and overall wait times for surgery have been reduced.” Patients can be referred to a pre-hab clinic six months to a year before their surgery. By participating in a free 10-week program, patients can exercise; learn about healthy eating, managing pain and stress, and preparing for surgery. The pre-hab clinics also centralize referrals, so health authorities are aware of how many patients are waiting for surgery, and how long they are waiting.last_img read more

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Paperwork keeping us from helping veterans case workers complain

first_imgOTTAWA — Case managers assigned to assist Canada’s most severely disabled veterans say they are being forced to spend more of their time filling out paperwork than helping patients.The complaints are contained in an internal review by Veterans Affairs Canada that says the majority of case managers spend more than half their working day filling out required forms and reports — with one in three spending 70 per cent of their time on such tasks.The findings follow long-standing concerns — and anger — about a shortage of case workers, whose job includes guiding injured veterans to the services and benefits they need to successfully transition back into civilian life after leaving the military.Underscoring their importance, the review found most veterans reported significant improvements in their physical and mental health during the time they had a case manager.The review also found there were certain populations falling through the cracks when it came to being assigned a case manager, including veterans with mental-health conditions and retired military personnel who had served on peacekeeping missions in the 1970s and 1980s.Yet it also found that while as many as 800 of the roughly 13,000 veterans with a case manager no longer need the service, many veterans are reluctant to move on.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Mack Jack And McConaughey Will Return For A Third Year

first_imgESPN analyst and legendary football coach Mack Brown, ACM award winning recording artist Jack Ingram, and Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey, are excited to announce Mack, Jack & McConaughey will return for a third year.MJ&M will take place on April 16-17, 2015 in Austin, Texas. Talent and a complete schedule of events will be announced soon.Over the past two years MJ&M has resulted in nearly two million dollars benefitting a handful of organizations that all reflect MJ&M’s goal to empower kids in their community.“We could not be more pleased with the outcome of MJ&M,” said Coach Brown. “Friends from across the nation came together to support this amazing effort for our kids and our community, all while having a great time that they will never forget. We cannot wait to make an even greater impact in 2015.”MJ&M continues to impact the lives of children throughout Texas, California, Louisiana, and more than 23 countries around the world. Every year, MJ&M supports select organizations that share the principals’ goal to empower kids. Funds raised through MJ&M have supported The Rise School of Austin, just keep livin Foundation, HeartGift, Cure Duchenne, and Grounded in Music. 2015 beneficiaries will be announced soon.Like the previous years, the MJ&M line up will include a gala and concert on April 16 hosted at ACL Live at the Moody Theatre. Previous MJ&M headliners include Sheryl Crow and John Mellencamp.Ingram added, “We will have another great year of music this year. I always appreciate my friends being willing to step up and perform to help us make MJ&M the most impactful, fun event of the year. Two nights of non-stop talent – it is not to be missed.”The gala’s live auctions, known for being full of energy and spontaneity, have seen Vince Young, Colt McCoy, and many former UT and professional athletes jump on stage and really pump up the crowd – whether it’s autographing the 2005 Rose Bowl championship ring and display or Matthew and Camila McConaughey out in the crowd spontaneously adding once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to their red-carpet movie premiere experience. MJ&M is an energetic experience for a great cause.April 17 will be a jam-packed day with a celebrity golf tournament being held simultaneously with a once-in-a-lifetime fashion show chaired by model and designer, Camila Alves McConaughey. Badgley Mischka and Lela Rose were the featured runway designers the first two years. The 2015 designer will be announced soon.April 17 will conclude back at ACL Live at the Moody Theater for a singer-songwriter line up of talent unmatched by any other event. Little Big Town, Lyle Lovett, Bobby Pinson and dozens of the biggest names in music have participated over the past two years and year three promises to be the best yet.“Camila and I are proud to partner with our dear friends to raise awareness and money for these important charities,” said McConaughey. “We always have a great time and have made numerous new friendships over the past two years. That’s what it’s all about – coming together to help kids succeed.”For more information about Mack, Jack & McConaughey or to sign up to receive further announcements about the 2015 event, visit www.mackjackmcconaughey.org.last_img read more

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Eli Manning Leads March For Babies

first_imgTwo-time Super Bowl MVP, Eli Manning, kicked off the 2015 March for Babies charity walk in Manhattan on Sunday, April 26.Eli Manning Leads March for Babies(R) in New York CityCredit/Copyright: Karlton B. WintManning joined over 8,000 New Yorkers who came out to support March Of Dimes’ largest annual fundraiser. The 3.5-mile walk started at 64th St. and Columbus Ave. and finished at 26th St. and Madison Ave.“It is an honor to support the important work March of Dimes is doing to improve the health of children,” said Manning, who has served as Celebrity Chair of the NYC event for the past 7 years. “March for Babies gives everyone in our community the chance to make a difference in the lives of millions of babies.” The New York City event is expected to raise $2.5 million.March for Babies Presenting Sponsor is Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP. Major sponsors include Toyota, Viacom, Standard Motor Products, Inc., diapers.com, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, Innisfree M&A Inc., Latham & Watkins LLP, and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, Media partners are CBS2, WLNY10/55, WCBS Newsradio 880, fresh 102.7, CBS FM 101.1, WFAN Sports Radio, Time Warner Cable News NY1 and NY1 Noticias. National March for Babies sponsors include Kmart, Cigna, Famous Footwear, Macys, Mission Pharmacal, and United.The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health.Source:PR Newswirelast_img read more

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Romania tax chief fired amid concerns about budget deficit

first_imgBUCHAREST, Romania — Romania’s prime minister has fired the head of the country’s tax agency amid concerns about the European country’s spiraling budget deficit.Premier Viorica Dancila dismissed Ionut Misa on Thursday. The finance minister in Dancila’s government repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction with tax collections under Misa.But critics of the government say Misa, who once served as finance minister himself, is being made a scapegoat for economic policies that resulted in a 26 billion lei deficit ($6.34 billion) during the first 11 months of 2018. The amount represents 2.7 per cent of Romania’s GDP and is more than double the figure for the same period in 2017.The deficit was even lower in 2016, before the Social Democratic Party came to power.Gelu Diaconu, a former tax chief, recently accused the government of manipulating figures to stay within the European Union’s budget deficit limit of 3 per cent of GDP.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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EU puts Government on notice over failure to repeal PTA

“The EU Parliament will want to know why there is no progress on the issue,” she said. However she also noted that Sri Lanka still has time to meet its commitments related to GSP plus. (Colombo Gazette) Lambert, who led an EU Parliament delegation on a visit to Sri Lanka said that the Government had promised last year that the PTA will be replaced with a new counter terrorism act. However she says, despite the assurance, the PTA is still in place and detainees arrested under the PTA are still behind bars.Lambert, who together with the EU Parliament delegation, had talks with the Sri Lankan Government and civil society during her just concluded visit, said that there was also slow progress on post war accountability. The European Union (EU) today put the Government on notice over its failure to repeal the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA).EU Parliament member Jean Lambert told reporters that failure to repeal the PTA would see Sri Lanka coming under fire in the EU Parliament. She said the UN resolution on Sri Lanka which was passed by the UN Human Rights Council in March this year, must be fully implemented.Lambert, meanwhile she noted that the release of a national action plan on human rights by the Government this week and moves to draft a new Constitution were positive signs.With regards to Sri Lanka implementing the 27 conventions on the GSP plus trade concession, Lambert said that the EU Commission will submit a report in January and the EU Parliament will then need to see how far Sri Lanka has progressed. read more

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Brock student club on the Go

The Brock University Go Club is in the big leagues.The student club, with strong ties to the community, recently joined the exclusive American Collegiate Go Association and is competing against rival schools like MIT, Princeton and Rutgers University.The Brock club recently played their first game as part of the new league on March 3 and defeated Cornell University 3:2.What is Go? It is an ancient game of strategy developed in China more than 4,000 years ago. The rules of the game are simple and can be learned in 10 minutes. But the depth and complexity of the game and possible player tactics are endless.Brock Go Club members go head to head at their weekly Wednesday meeting“Go is a mix between chess, Othello and war,” says Justin Grossman, President of the Brock Go Club. “The goal of the game is to create areas of empty space that you control.”Grossman, an Interactive Arts and Science student who taught 300 people how to play Go at this year’s O-Week club fair, notes that they only had three days to prepare for their inaugural game in the Ivy League of Go.“Wolf told me just a few days before the first match ‘hey, we are in this tournament, get people’,” says Grossman. “We scrambled to pull ourselves together and managed to pull off a victory.”Thomas Wolf, a professor of mathematics at Brock who initiated the Go Club at Brock in 2006, has been instrumental in facilitating the growth and development of the club.“Different members of the club have different strengths,” says Wolf. “Some of us are good organizers, others are good at attracting new members, and others are good players and teachers. Together we are strong.”Under Wolf’s guidance, the Brock Go Club participates in various tournaments and leagues throughout the year. He also publishes research articles on mathematics and Go and has attracted international scholars and players to teach at the University.The Brock Go Club’s next competition as part of the Collegiate Association takes place March 17 against the University of Maryland. After that, their last two games of the season will take place on March 31 and April 14.The Brock Go Club is a community club and is open to players of all ages at Brock and in Niagara. They meet every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in MCJ434. read more

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Mica and Centaurea mine lighting solutions brought together under Teknopower

first_imgTeknopower Group, the owner of Ex-light manufacturer Mica Elektro, has now acquired Finnish company Centaurea Oy, a well-known specialist in portable Ex-protected lighting. Teknopower said that the change in ownership “will strengthen the position of both companies in the specialised lighting solutions market”, including the mining industry, and will enable and drive co-operation between them. The acquisition is part of the Teknopower Group’s growth strategy, and “it will strengthen the groups’s position in the field of demanding lighting systems”, said the statement. The move is also expected to strengthn Centaurea’s presence internationally by increasing its sales significantly.Cited advantages for Centaurea’s mining customers include a wider product portfolio to match customer requirements; diversified support through a larger sales and support organisation; and the possibility to offer larger tailored systems for customer needs, with the established customer-oriented service continuing. “There are many similarities in the philosophies of Centaurea and Mica Elektro, and we will achieve higher innovativeness by acquiring them” says Nina Arvonen, Managing Director of Teknopower Group. Centaurea Managing Director Johannes Leppihalme commented “Centaurea has grown for more than two decades by increasing the safety of professional workers with the most reliable world-class special lighting systems. We will continue this growth by offering our customers an even wider selection of lighting solutions for customer needs.”The wide selection of rechargeable flashlights from Mica includes ATEX / EX / IECEx -approved (Intrinsically Safe) models for hazardous areas. The company also supplies a range of helmet and cap lamps for mines. Centaurea is a leader in portable lighting  solutions for demanding conditions in the chemical, heavy industry, mining and other applications. Solutions include the CentaurSlam Hornet range of portable ATEX work lights.last_img read more

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Last Nights Once Upon a Time Was Not for Arachnophobes

first_img Once Upon a Time Builds Fun Lore Around a Seattle LandmarkOnce Upon a Time’s Final Battle Was the Happiest Ending Stay on target Last night’s Once Upon a Time featured three fun adventures that moved the plot along in significant ways. It was a must-see episode, provided you aren’t afraid of spiders. The flashbacks this time around tell us all about what Gideon’s life was like growing up with the Black Fairy. She’s about as good a parent as most Disney villains are. After kidnapping him as a baby, she brings him to a mine where all the miners are minors. She gives the baby to a woman with instructions to treat him differently. The woman is to raise the child as if she were the Black Fairy’s own child. The women find the book about a hero that Belle gave him, and the Black Fairy takes it away.As he grows older, we see that he’s stolen the book and is reading it to his friend in the next cell over. Yes, the Black Fairy keeps children, including the one that’s supposed to be her own, in cages. They hear the Black Fairy coming, and Gideon hides the book and promises his friend that he won’t let the Black Fairy hurt him. The fairy finds the book immediately and decides to punish Gideon by torturing his friend. Now that the time has come to fulfill his promise, Gideon backs down and lets the fairy take his friend away. What a hero.In the present, Emma isn’t responding so well to Gideon’s request for help. She force-chokes him, throws him against the wall and generally beats the hell out of him. We’re not even five minutes into the show, and we’ve already seen the most satisfying moment of the season. Who knew savior magic had so much in common with Darth Vader’s force powers? Gideon runs away, but not before warning Emma that the Black Fairy is the real evil here. He may be right. Rumplestiltskin reveals that the Black Fairy is his mother, and the source of all the darkness Emma’s ever faced. If she ever breaks free from the realm she’s trapped in, all of Storybrooke is doomed.Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison. (Photo by Jack Rowand/ABC)She and Gideon work together to find the book from his childhood. When they do, a giant spider steps out of a portal. It’s a pretty damn effective bit of CG. Even for someone who isn’t afraid of spiders, this is one creepy looking monster. Once Upon a Time doesn’t make a habit of giving its audience nightmares, but when it wants to, it spares no expense. To make things worse, magic doesn’t work on this thing. Gideon and Emma run around the house, dodging webs and trying to figure out how to defeat the thing. They actually work well together. Seeing them team up to take on the spider was the episode’s most fun and exciting scene. Pity, it doesn’t last.Back in the past, on Gideon’s 28th birthday, the Black Fairy is going to give him a key to her vault. She finds that it’s been stolen by one of the kids in the mine. He goes to the mine to threaten the group of children until they return the key. It turns out the culprit is Gideon’s childhood friend. He’s alive, and convinces Gideon to join him in standing up to the Black Fairy. The friend has heard of a Savior that can defeat the Black Fairy. If they can reach her, they can save everyone. The plan is cut short when the Black Fairy interrupts them. The whole thing was a test and Gideon failed. As punishment, she turns Gideon’s friend into a small spider and steps on him. Then, she steals Gideon’s heart. He’s under her control, which explains everything he’s done so far, and what he does next.Robert Carlyle and Emilie de Ravin (Photo by Jack Rowand/ABC)As Gideon and Emma are about to escape, he reveals that he summoned the spider, not the Black Fairy. He pushes Emma into the web and leaves her to die as he runs to the clock tower with the sword. As the spider wraps Emma in its web and drains the life out of her (nightmares for days), the sword is filled with her power. Gideon opens up a portal for the Black Fairy to come through. Thankfully, Rumpelstiltskin runs into the spider house and saves Emma. He’s devastated to learn that his son is working for the Black Fairy. It gets worse though. Emma was unconscious just long enough for the portal to open for a second. That was enough time for the Black Fairy to appear in Storybrooke.Meanwhile, Hook’s journey home also took a fun turn. Armed with a bag of jewels from Agrabah, he tracks down Blackbeard for a magic bean. He starts a game of poker, wagering his ship against a bean. He loses the hand but neglects to mention that his ship is back in Storybrooke. If Blackbeard wants to collect, they’ll both have to go to Storybrooke. Blackbeard uses the bean and Hook thinks of returning home to Emma. Unfortunately, Gideon’s curse means he can’t return to Storybrooke. Hook and Blackbeard end up in Neverland, being chased by the Lost Boys. They find a boat by the water and Blackbeard uses it to abandon Hook to the feral children.Lana Parilla, Jared Gilmore and Patrick Fischler. (Photo: Screenshot via ABC)Finally, while all this was happening, Regina was trying to break the sleeping spell placed on Snow and Charming. She’s about to send Henry out for some magic ingredients when his eyes go white, and he starts uncontrollably scribbling strange symbols on a piece of paper. Regina takes him to the last author, Isaac, who’s still in jail for trying to kill everyone. He says Henry’s author powers are taking over his body and he won’t help unless they agree to his terms. He wants to leave Storybrooke for New York, he wants a sports car and he wants Hamilton tickets. Regina allows him to go free, but he’ll have to get to New York in a station wagon with wood paneling. Also, no Hamilton tickets because even magic can’t get you those. As he leaves, he directs Henry to the back of the book to find the source of his troubles. He’s on the last chapter. The one containing the Savior’s final battle. He implies that no one wants to be around for that.This might be the best Once Upon a Time has been since it came back from its winter break. We finally have a formidable villain for the season, who will no doubt take more than a single episode to deal with. Gideon just never worked as a villain, and I guess now we know why. His heart wasn’t really in it (sorry). All three storylines moved the plot forward in interesting ways. Even if Hook’s was a little throwaway, it was at least fun watching him get one over on Blackbeard. Now, the show has a focus again. There is a strong villain, and the promise of a final battle to come. It’s an exciting place for the show to be, and I can’t wait to see what they do with it.last_img read more

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Closing Arguments in Rape Trial of ExNFL Tight End Kellen Winslow II

first_img VISTA (KUSI) – Ex-NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II “has proven himself to be a sexual predator” by raping three women and exposing himself to two others, a prosecutor alleged Tuesday, while a defense attorney said the encounters with the women were either consensual or never happened.The 35-year-old son of former San Diego Chargers legend Kellen Winslow faces life imprisonment if convicted of a dozen felony and misdemeanor charges.Winslow was initially charged with raping two women in Encinitas in early 2018, as well as exposing himself to another woman as she was gardening in her front yard. Another woman subsequently came forward to allege that he raped her in 2003 at a home in Scripps Ranch, when she was 17 and he was 19.Earlier this year, while Winslow was out on bail, he was arrested for allegedly exposing himself to a 77-year-old woman at a Carlsbad gym. Bail was revoked following his arrest in that case, in which he faces misdemeanor charges of lewd conduct, elder abuse and battery of an elder. The felony charges against him include rape, kidnapping, forcible oral copulation and sodomy by force.“Kellen Winslow took from these women what he wanted,” Deputy District Attorney Dan Owens told the jury in his closing argument. “Kellen Winslow took from these women again and again and again. This man took what he wanted from them and threw them away like trash because that’s what he thought of them.”Owens said none of the five women knew each other, yet their accounts yielded common details and similar physical descriptions of the suspect.Jane Doe 1, a 54-year-old hitchhiker, was allegedly lured into Winslow’s Hummer and raped on March 17, 2018, according to the prosecutor. He alleged that the defendant told her, “I’m going to (expletive) you and if you say anything, I’m going to kill you,” then drove behind a shopping center, where he raped her in his SUV.She went to police four days later and decided against a sexual assault — or SART — exam, but did provide police with the pants she wore during the alleged attack, which yielded semen samples that were a “one-to-one match” with Winslow’s DNA, according to the prosecutor.On May 13, 2018, prosecutors allege that the defendant picked up a 58- year-old homeless woman — Jane Doe 2 — who he knew from a prior encounter and offered to take her to have coffee. The defendant drove past several coffee shops and restaurants where the woman thought they might stop for coffee, but instead pulled over on the side of a roadway in a remote area and raped her near his vehicle, Owens alleged.When the victim screamed from the pain of the assault, Winslow said, “If you scream, I will kill you,” then choked her, the prosecutor alleged. Afterward, he threatened to kill her if she told anyone, according to Owens.Winslow was arrested on June 7, 2018, during a traffic stop while driving his Hummer, and a buccal swab was taken, which provided police with a DNA match to Jane Doe 1’s pants, Owens said. The prosecutor alleged that on the same day Winslow was arrested, he began working on selling his Hummer in an attempt to hide what was “essentially the crime scene” for the rapes of Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2. The Hummer was sold by June 11, though police later seized the vehicle and found evidence of Winslow’s semen in the backseat, according to the prosecution.Nearly two weeks after allegedly raping Jane Doe 2, Winslow took his pants off in front of a woman tending to her garden in Cardiff, according to the prosecution. Jane Doe 3 said a man riding a bicycle came by her home twice and on the second time, exposed himself to her. She screamed for her husband, and the defendant “nonchalantly” turned, got onto his bike and left, Owens said.The prosecutor said Jane Doe 3 didn’t positively identify Winslow, but that her physical description of the suspect was consistent with Winslow’s appearance and the statements from the other alleged victims. He also said GPS data from a phone app shows Winslow was in the area at the time of the incident, and a blue backpack similar to one that Jane Doe 3 described the flasher as carrying was found in Winslow’s house by investigators.Following his arrest last summer, news of the charges against Winslow prompted the third alleged rape victim — Jane Doe 4 — to come forward, Owens said. She alleged that in 2003, Winslow raped her at a house party while she was drunk and underage.Owens said she didn’t originally come forward because she didn’t think anyone would believe her. However, she not only told a female friend at the time about the alleged rape, but in the years following, told her current husband and an ex-boyfriend that she had been raped by a man named Kellen, according to the prosecutor.Winslow was out of custody on $2 million bail in connection with the felony charges when he was accused of touching himself at a Carlsbad gym on Feb. 13 and asking a woman — Jane Doe 5 — if she liked it, then masturbating while sharing a hot tub with her at the same gym on Feb. 22.Defense attorney Marc Carlos said Jane Doe 1’s encounter with Winslow was consensual and said her account of the event strained credibility.Carlos said that according to Jane Doe 1, after Winslow drove them to the shopping center and demanded sex, he first had her climb over a fence that separated the shopping center from the freeway, then changed his mind and had her climb back into the parking lot, where he forced her into the Hummer and raped her. After she climbed back into the parking lot, she was fully clothed, while Winslow was naked on the other side of the fence, which gave her ample opportunity to flee and alert others at the shopping center, Carlos said.The attorney also emphasized that after Winslow drove off, leaving her alone in the parking lot, she did not call attention to what happened to any bystanders and did not contact police for four days.“She wasn’t raped, nor was she in fear for her life,” Carlos said. “Every piece of evidence is consistent with a consensual encounter.”Carlos said there was similarly no evidence of a violent assault and rape with Jane Doe 2. The attorney said the sexual assault exam did not reveal any rape happened and there were no visible injuries on her neck stemming from an alleged stranglehold.In Jane Doe 3’s case, Carlos emphasized that she never identified Winslow as the flasher. He noted she did not identify him in a police photo lineup shortly afterward, nor did she identify him at last year’s preliminary hearing or when she testified during the trial.The attorney said Jane Doe 4 drastically changed her story in two separate accounts she gave to investigators. Her first account to a sheriff’s detective was that she was sexually assaulted by multiple men in a car Winslow was driving, and her second version was that Winslow raped her at a house, where some other people present filmed the rape, the defense attorney said.Carlos said those accounts were “entirely different other than Mr. Winslow being involved” and said Jane Doe 4, who had previously been in a consensual sexual relationship with Winslow, was “upset with Mr. Winslow and harbored a long-term resentment toward him.”In Jane Doe 5’s case, Carlos alleged that she recognized him from news accounts and made assumptions about his behavior based on pervasive media coverage. Regarding the alleged masturbation in the hot tub, he said she testified that she looked away because she did not want to see anything, and simply assumed Winslow was engaging in lewd behavior because of what she had heard in the news.Winslow II grew up in San Diego and attended Patrick Henry and Scripps Ranch high schools before heading to the University of Miami. He played for four NFL teams between 2004 and 2013. June 4, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: June 4, 2019 Closing Arguments in Rape Trial of Ex-NFL Tight End Kellen Winslow II Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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EXCLUSIVE Publishers Reach Quiet Settlement with Mygazines

first_imgA copyright lawsuit brought against a Web site launched earlier this year allowing users to share digital copies of hundreds of magazines has been settled.Lawyers representing a large swath of consumer and b-to-b publishers—including Time Inc., Hearst, Hachette, McGraw-Hill, American Media Inc., Reed Business Information, Bonnier, Ziff Davis and Forbes, among others—settled their case against the proprietors of Mygazines.com on September 8, according to court documents obtained by FOLIO:.Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.Davis Wright Tremaine LLC, the law firm representing the plaintiffs, declined to comment on the terms of the settlement. Clifford Lax, a lawyer for the defendant, refused to comment. But according to a source with knowledge of the terms, confirmed later by additional court documents, Mygazines has agreed to remove all of the publishers’ copyrighted content, review and screen uploads for any content not authorized by the publishers and open a channel to allow Mygazines to be notified when copyrighted content appears.Legal experts had speculated that a case against Mygazines, which lists its address as a post office box on the Caribbean island of Anguilla—a British territory—would be difficult to enforce outside of the jurisdiction of U.S. copyright law. But the firm representing the publishers identified a Canadian, Darren Andrew Budd of Toronto, as the site’s founder, and filed suit against Budd, Salveo Ltd.—the company to which the site was registered—its designers and hosting companies in the U.S. Southern District Court of New York on August 21, asking the court to shut down the site in the United States. (A separate suit involving even more publishers—including Meredith, IDG, Martha Stewart, U.S. News and Wenner Media et al—was filed simultaneously in Canada.)In the complaint [CLICK HERE for the PDF], the publishers said the “scope and audacity of the defendants infringing acts is breathtaking,” and that the site tried to avoid enforcement—switching its hosts (“variously located” in the Bahamas, Hong Kong, Russia and Sweden”) when one was served with a publisher’s cease-and-desist letter—in a “calculated effort to evade plaintiffs’ demands and detection.”The U.S. case was settled on September 8 [PDF]; an order upholding the settlement was issued in Toronto on September 9 [PDF]. On Wednesday, the Superior Court in Toronto ordered [PDF] Mygazines to remove content belonging to all members of the Magazine Publishers of America, including those not named in the original suit. (American Business Media, the b-to-b association, says it is investigating “the best way to protect all ABM members from infringement by Mygazines.”)‘Mysterious’ Business Model Mygazines is still live, although many prominent titles that were available for free download at the time of the launch—including People, Playboy, Dwell, Domino, Allure, Spin, Smithsonian, Popular Science, Martha Stewart Living, New York, Men’s Journal and Esquire—are no longer up. Currently, there are over 127,000 users registered on Mygazines.com.The site recently introduced a program offering publishers demographic statistics, “exclusive rights and control over your titles on mygazines.com” and “revenue sharing opportunities.”A person claiming to be the site’s founder wrote in a recent e-mail to FOLIO: that he was hoping to work with publishers to develop the site and, ultimately, share revenue. “We will reiterate we have every intention of working with the industry to fortify the future of magazines and the industry in general.”“The publishers we represent are open to new and innovative opportunities,” said Lance Koonce, one of the lawyers representing the publishers in the U.S. case. “But the defendants started by infringing on a massive scale, then refused to cooperate when our clients found them to be infringing. Only later did they allude to a mysterious business model. That is not seen as cooperating.”Related DocumentsOriginal Complaint [PDF]Plaintiffs’ Memo [PDF] Dismissal [PDF]Canadian Court Order #1 | #2 [PDF]MPA Order [PDF][EDITOR’S NOTE: The Salveo Ltd. named above should not be confused with a U.K.-based company of the same name that sells health and beauty products.]last_img read more

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In Other News Army Celebrates Opening of New Command Legislation Would Direct

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley paid tribute to Sen. John McCain Friday as officials formally activated its new Futures Command during a ceremony in downtown Austin, Texas. “He planted that seed that we had significant challenges” regarding acquisition three years ago, Milley said. The discussions that ensued eventually developed into Futures Command. Army leaders decided to locate the command’s headquarters outside of an installation and in an urban area so it would be close to tech companies, startups, academia and businesses with ideas on how to modernize the Army and prepare it to fight forces of similar strength, reported Stars and Stripes. The headquarters is expected to employ about 100 soldiers and 400 civilians. … The Government Accountability Office (GAO) would be required to report on the monitoring and remediation of lead, and verify compliance with lead exposure limits, in military housing, under an amendment to the two-bill spending package the Senate approved Thursday. The amendment — offered by Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) — follows a recent investigative report describing numerous cases of lead exposure by military children living in family housing at five Army installations. The fiscal 2019 minibus includes the defense and Labor-HHS-Education spending titles.Stars and Stripes photo by Rose Thayerlast_img read more

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Rangamati UPDF leader shot dead

first_imgA leader of United People’s Democratic Front (UPDF) was shot dead in an alleged gunfight in Bandukbhanga union of Sadar upazila in Rangamati early Saturday, reports UNB.The deceased is Anol Bikash Chakma alias Pluto Chakma, 42, a resident of Kawkhali upazila and the organiser of Bandukbhanga union unit of UPDF.Kotwali police station officer-in-charge Satyajit Barua said locals, who heard several gunshots in the dead of night, spotted the bullet-hit body of Pluto at Dhamoirchhara in the morning and informed police.On information, police and members of Bangladesh Army visited the spot.Earlier on 5 December, another UPDF leader Anoti Ranjan Chakma was shot to death by miscreants in Bogachhori area of Naniarchar upazila.last_img read more

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RebootBlocker block automatic reboots on Windows 10

first_imgRebootBlocker: block automatic reboots on Windows 10 by Martin Brinkmann on April 10, 2017 in Software – Last Update: July 05, 2017 – 2 commentsRebootBlocker is a free program for Windows 10 that prevents automatic reboots after the installation of updates on Windows 10 systems.Windows may restart the PC automatically after the installation of updates. This can be highly problematic, especially if the PC is still used at the time.Think of rendering a video, using it during a presentation, or while work has not been saved yet.Windows 10 users may block the automatic installation of system updates to avoid these issues for the most part, or use third-party software such as Windows 10 Update Switch for pretty much the same effect.RebootBlockerRebootBlocker is a free program that blocks the automatic reboot of Windows 10 devices effectively. The program makes use of the new active hours feature that Microsoft introduced with the release of  the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.Active Hours allows you to specify a time of the day that you don’t want Windows Update to reboot the PC in. You may reserve a maximum of 18 hours as Active Hours in the Windows 10 Creators Update. The limit was 12 hours in the Anniversary Edition.Active Hours sounds like a good concept, but even the 18 hours may not be enough in some use cases. If you want to render a Gigabyte large video, or 3D sequence for instance, you may need all weekend or all week for that depending on your PC.Tip: The Windows 10 Creators Update comes with options to pause the update functionality for up to 35 days. It is also possible to defer quality and feature updates — for 30 and 365 days — or use the new schedule reboot option to set a custom restart time and date for updates that are already downloaded.RebootBlocker takes the feature, and modifies it by adjusting the time period of Active Hours each hour. Basically, what happens is that Active Hours are always active on the PC as the period changes automatically while the PC is running.The program achieves that by installing a service on the Windows machine that handles the changing of the time period of the Active Hours feature automatically.Please note that RebootBlocker is only compatible with Windows 10 Anniversary Update version, and newer versions of Windows such as the Creators Update version. Installations on unsupported versions of Windows are cancelled automatically.You can uninstall the service that RebootBlocker adds to the system anytime using the uninstall menu of the Settings application or Control Panel.Closing WordsWhile you can in theory change the Active Hours period of the day manually, it is a lot easier using RebootBlocker as it automates the process. Updates are only finalized when you reboot the PC actively.Now You: Did you ever run into issues with automatic reboots on Windows?Summary12345 Author Rating5 based on 2 votes Software Name RebootBlockerOperating System WindowsSoftware Category AdministrationLanding Page https://www.udse.de/en/windows-10-reboot-blocker?jjj=1491846535212 Advertisementlast_img read more

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