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VIDEO Watch The Hospital Bed Race From Fun On The Fourth

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television recorded this year’s Fun on the Fourth’s Hospital Bed Race on Friday, July 5, 2019 on the Town Common. Congrats to the Wilmington High School Cheerleaders (Kaitlyn Gillespie, Rachel Nally, Emersyn Foresyth, Tori Sanborn, and Keave Shiller-Lau) for defeating Wilmington Pop Warner (John Helbert, Yvonne Helbert, Dana Calumby, Jared Winston, & Danielle O’Connell)!Watch the action below:—Video Playerhttps://s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/wilmington.castus-vod/vod/video/ce2564b4-8ac6-4159-931b-d158a3c4ef35/video.original.mp400:0000:0003:25Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.—Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedFUN ON THE FOURTH: Winners Announced For Sporting EventsIn “Community”VIDEO: Wilmington Fun On The Fourth HighlightsIn “Videos”VIDEO: Watch The Doll Carriage & Bike Parade From Fun On The FourthIn “Videos”last_img read more

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Time ripe to merge staterun banks says Banks Board Bureau chief

first_imgThe Banks Board Bureau, which has been set up with the purpose of developing business strategies, assisting banks in raising capital and appointing heads of state-run banks, has proposed merger of strong banks and acquisition of weaker ones after recapitalisation, as reported by Reuters. The consolidation exercise will rev up lending and thereby facilitate growth in India.Banks Board Bureau chairman Vinod Rai said the time was ripe for the public sector banks (PSBs) to merge into half a dozen banks with healthy balance sheets, thereby allowing for funding the country’s economic growth.On May 17, India’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) announced absorption of five of its subsidiaries and women-focused Bharatiya Mahila Bank.Currently there are 27 PSBs in India that account for approximately 70 percent of the country’s lending. They also hold most of the $120 billion of India’s bad loans. In the budget of 2016-17, the government has also allotted Rs. 25,000 crore for the current fiscal to recapitalise these ailing banks. In the last quarter of 2015-16 alone, the cumulative loss of 20 state-run lenders stood at Rs. 14,000 crore, reported the Business Standard. The gross bad loans of PSBs shot up to seven percent plus in December 2015 from 5.43 percent seen in March 2015.The daily, however, said on May 21 that the consolidation plan is not of immediate concern as much as filling vacancies and the streamlining of lending processes, which could be the Banks Board Bureau’s first task at hand. Rai told Reuters that the consolidation exercise should ideally follow a pattern wherein stronger banks should first decide which of their bad loans need to shift off their balance sheets, while weaker banks decide on their need for fresh capital.PSBs, however, have been reluctant to write off debts, especially those owned by high profile individuals such as Vijay Mallya of the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines and others. Their willingness to transfer stressed assets will decide the future of a dozen asset reconstruction companies (ARCs) in India, Rai told.The government, in order to ease lenders’ debt-heavy balance sheets and the resultant loss due to provisioning of excess bad loans, has let the promoters to take full control and removed the caps of foreign direct investments in ARCs.Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan too has asked banks to clean their balance sheets by March 2017.Streamlining Lending ProcessThe Banks Board Bureau has set a deadline of June 15 to unveil an interim mechanism to resolve the bad loans issue. It said the proposed mechanism will help analyse a few existing banking processes to help get the best of the bad loans.However, the mechanism would only focus on the processes undertaken in the resolution and not on the pricing decisions involved, the Economic Times reported. “There are two kinds of issues, one is process of resolution and the other is the pricing at which the resolution takes place. Pricing is the commercial judgement of the institution, I don’t think it would be fair to have an outside agency to take that decision,” he noted.last_img read more

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Meghan Markle accused of desecrating Princess Dianas memory fans furious with Duchess

first_imgMeghan Markle is seen ahead of her visit with Prince Harry to the iconic Titanic Belfast during their trip to Northern Ireland on March 23, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United KingdomCharles McQuillan/Getty ImagesMeghan Markle may have landed herself in hot water yet again. The Duchess may have already squandered the goodwill she had earned for her charitable works as a Duchess.Reportedly, Meghan has been criticised for making major changes to Princess Diana’s engagement ring, with one royal expert claiming the jewellery was “a piece of history, not a fashion accessory.”Reports have recently emerged that Meghan Markle had made significant changes to the engagement ring given to her by now-husband Prince Harry. She initially had kept the ring the same. But in her last two appearances, eagle-eyed experts and royal fans have spotted the changes made to the band. Minor alterations to jewellery might not seem like a big thing, but when it comes to pieces that were once Princess Diana’s fans and observers may not take too kindly to Meghan’s modifications. And it looks like that is exactly what happened.According to The Sun, Prince Harry designed the ring himself and it featured two of his mother Diana’s diamonds. The change in question is a significant one, the ring now features a thin micro-pave band. Reportedly, the original design was a solid yellow gold one. Prince Harry customised the engagement ring for his fiance Meghan MarkleGetty ImagesThe ring was mentioned in the Royal couple’s first interview after confirming their engagement. During the interview, Harry had said that the ring was obviously yellow gold because that’s her favourite and the main stone itself was sourced from Botswana. He went on to say that the little diamonds on either side were from his mother’s jewellery collection, to make sure that she was with them on this crazy journey together.Meghan added: “Everything about Harry’s thoughtfulness and the inclusion of Princess Diana’s stones and obviously not being able to meet his mom, it’s so important to me to know that she’s a part of this with us.”It looks like Meghan may not have believed the significance of the ring. Or maybe she believes that minor alterations are not a big deal.last_img read more

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This is how Mr India Vikram Jadhav helping poor people through his

first_imgr India Vikram JadhavVikram R Jadhav is not a professional bodybuilder and model, but he is also serving poor people. He is doing several humanitarian work through his charity house named VJ Army.The Professional bodybuilder and model Vikram R Jadhav who hails from Aurangabad, Maharashtra has become a role model for a lot of people. Many people may think it is because of his fantastic body and success that he has, but here the reason is pretty different.He has been so active in helping the poor and underprivileged of society. Vikram Jadhav started a donation group by the name “VJ Army” to serve the needy and helpless people. His donation group collects money from the members and serve food to the hungry people on the streets and also donate blankets and other warm clothes in the winder by roaming around the streets.Started by just one person himself today VJ Army has vast numbers of volunteers and members who regularly donate and serve for this fantastic social purpose. Currently, it is spreading in all over the Maharashtra state, and they also work in places like Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir.Vikram Jadhav’s small initiative has become a big organisation that helps the poor people of the country. Not only do they provide food and clothes, but they also offer medical service to the needy those who cannot afford the medical expenses. Vikram himself bears the costs from his pocket for the medical services of the poor.Vikram Jadhav, who hails from a middle-class family, knows what it is like to survive in the world with no money. Even he had faced many problems in his past because of the financial issues. He has seen the struggles and been through it, and that is why he wants to help the needy and poor.Mr India hopes that his initiative VJ Army to spread all across the country and help the underprivileged. His kind gesture and his humanitarian work are inspiring for so many, and we hope that he keeps on working like that for the betterment and spreading positivity around the world.last_img read more

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Buy Sell Hold What stocks are analysts tracking on Feb 14

first_imgIndian pedestrians walk on Dalal Street – Trader’s Street – next to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai on March 7, 2014.INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty ImagesSGX Nifty, an early indicator of the Nifty 50’s trend in India, signals a strong start for the domestic markets after the benchmark Sensex jumped 294 points to close at 34,300 on Monday.Indian financial markets were shut on Tuesday for a public holiday.Here are some of the stock recommendations by analysts for Wednesday:1. Phillips Carbon BlackSKP Securities recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 1,547Current stock price: Rs 1,1032. Mahanagar GasHDFC Securities recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 1,097 and Rs 1,188Current stock price: Rs 9733. Cadila HealthcareReliance Securities recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 540Current stock price: Rs 4234. Bharti Airtel (Cash)Way2Wealth recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 480 and Rs 510Current stock price: Rs 4245. Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories (Cash)Way2Wealth recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 2,560Current stock price: Rs 2,2006. Jubilant FoodworksSanctum Wealth Management recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 2,300Stop loss: Rs 1,950Current stock price: Rs 2,027Disclaimer: The recommendations provided by the research analysts are their own, and not that of the website or its management.last_img read more

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Shamim Osman meets SP Harun

first_imgNarayanganj-4 lawmaker Shamim Osman takes lunch sitting beside superintendent of police Harun-Ur-Rashid at a Pahela Baishakh event hosted in SP Bungalow. Photo: Prothom AloWhile tension continues with the law enforcers, Narayanganj-4 lawmaker Shamim Osman attended a Pahela Baishakh event hosted by superintendent of police Mohammad Harun-Ur-Rashid.SP Harun welcomed Shamim Osman to his bungalow and they had lunch together on Sunday.Narayanganj district Awami League president Abdul Hai, public prosecutor Wazed Ali Khokon, chamber of commerce and industries president Khaled Haider Khan Kajal also joined the lunch.Earlier on 6 April, Shamim Osman allegedly threatened Harun as the police officer launched a drive against drug dealers and terrorists.Some associates of Osman were arrested at the crackdown.Criticising police for filing general diary against Narayanganj city Awami League’s joint secretary Shah Nizam and filing a case against Osman’s brother in law Titu, the lawmaker said, ‘People don’t want to see uniformed terrorists,’ apparently indicating Harun.Harun in the same day organised a press briefing and vowed to continue the drive against drug dealers, terrorists and land grabbers.“We will not spare the criminals, no matter how powerful they are,” Harun told the press briefing.Harun even submitted a written complaint to the home ministry against Shamim Osman.The conflict between Narayanganj police and Shamim Osman is the talk of the town at this moment.Osman, a powerful leader of Narayanganj AL was at loggerheads with the police since Harun joined as district SP on 26 December last year.last_img read more

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Report Cycling And Walking Can Be Good For Business

first_img Share 00:00 /03:58 Listen X Gail DelaughterResearcher Ed McMahon discusses the Urban Land Institute study on active transportation.center_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: A recent study says real estate developers can see big returns by including more facilities for walkers and cyclists. The study by the Urban Land Institute focuses on “active transportation” and how it’s affecting new apartment and retail developments.  News 88.7 Transportation Reporter Gail Delaughter recently talked with researcher Ed McMahon, who was one of the authors of the study.Says McMahon: “If you go into a community and somebody says, well, no one in our community will ever ride a bicycle, usually it’s because there’s nowhere to ride the bicycle. And when a city like Houston and so many others start actually investing even small amounts of money in alternative ways to get around, people love to have more options and choices.”Click the audio play button above to hear our full interview. last_img read more

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WATCH Big Crowd At Houston Astros Opening Day

first_img@abc13houston ⚾️🏆@astros 🏎💨A mad dash to get in the stadium for Opening Day. #OpeningDay #NeverSettle #HoustonStrong . pic.twitter.com/1HTIfUf35Y— Willie Dixon (@13PhotogWillie) April 2, 2018 .@astros home opener mood.#AstrosHomeOpener l #NeverSettle pic.twitter.com/5LwbZWufr3— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) April 2, 2018 Big crowd at #Astros #OpeningDay fanfest at @MinuteMaidParks @HoustonPubMedia @HPMNews887 pic.twitter.com/HVQbpd0O97— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 @astros HOME OPENER SOOO READY LETS GO STROS!!! #NeverSettle pic.twitter.com/IQQIjjCE2X— Aaron Schneider (@schneebly10) April 2, 2018 The boys are back in town. 🙌🏟 OPEN🚪 3:00pm💺 5:15pm⚾️ 6:10pm📺 @espn & @ATTSportsNetSW 📻 @SportsTalk790 & 850AM#NeverSettle pic.twitter.com/dqaonQubb0— Houston Astros (@astros) April 2, 2018 Be in your seats early if you want to watch the World Champion #Astros get their rings #OpeningDay @HoustonPubMedia @HPMNews887 #BaseballisBack pic.twitter.com/QxXzseiII3— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 #KHOU11 @JoseAltuve27 is revved up for 2018 Home Opener #NeverSettle He’s ready to celebrate with the fans before the game pic.twitter.com/89cDUpOmh7— Matt Musil (@KHOUSportsMatt) April 2, 2018 Share Fans are making their way into Minute Maid Park. #neversettle #astrosopeningday pic.twitter.com/hGaecXbdKD— Taisha Walker (@KPRC2Taisha) April 2, 2018center_img Phillip the spray-tan fan is back at @MinuteMaidParks so you know it’s #Astros #OpeningDay @HoustonPubMedia @HPMNews887 #BaseballisBack pic.twitter.com/sjhicz15D9— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 Y’all ready for some #baseball? It’s #Astros #OpeningDay at @MinuteMaidParks @HPMNews887 @HoustonPubMedia pic.twitter.com/N4lWX1XPxa— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 – / 6The crowds started gathering early at Minute Maid Park ahead of the Houston Astros’ home opener against the Baltimore Orioles. Fan Nancy Gray was one of the first in line to get in. She said she feels confident the Astros will make another trip to the World Series this year.“And it’s going to be a tough road. We’ve got the Yankees and the Angels. And Boston has beefed up its team. But I think we can do it. We’ve got the best offense and I think now we have the best pitching. So we’re going to go all the way,” Gray said. We’re happy to be back in Houston! Watch LIVE as the #Astros World Champions banner is revealed! https://t.co/qJwPUGwX8O— Houston Astros (@astros) April 2, 2018 Lots of folks headed to #Astros fanfest for #OpeningDay at @MinuteMaidParks Security says “Once you’re in you’re in!” @HoustonPubMedia @HPMNews887 pic.twitter.com/EYUTUpyCQl— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 It’s @astros Home Opener and I couldn’t be more excited! Watched batting practice with legendary Craig Biggio! pic.twitter.com/5Zrk4eTPb1— Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) April 2, 2018 And what are YOU doing on a Monday afternoon? #Astros #OpeningDay @MinuteMaidParks @HoustonPubMedia @HPMNews887 #BaseballisBack pic.twitter.com/8yshM1Mgrv— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018 Blake Matthews @KHOU gets to wear the juice box today #Astros #OpeningDay pic.twitter.com/k1UlaF8bQN— Gail Delaughter (@Gail_HPM) April 2, 2018last_img read more

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Louisville to Host Notre Dame on Feb 16 on ACC Network

first_imgStory Links LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville women’s basketball will host Notre Dame on Sunday, Feb. 16. The game will be televised exclusively on the ACC Network.The Cardinals and Fighting Irish will square off two times this season with the Atlantic Coast Conference schedule expanded to 18 games. The date for the contest in South Bend, Ind., has yet to be announced.It marks the first time that Louisville will host Notre Dame since Jan. 11, 2018, when the Cardinals downed the Fighting Irish, 100-67.That season, Louisville won both encounters with Notre Dame, winning 74-72 in the ACC title game for its first ACC Tournament title. Last season, the Fighting Irish returned the favor, winning both games against the Cardinals.Louisville released its 2019-20 non-conference schedule earlier this week, while the full ACC schedule is expected to be released in September.Last season, the Cardinals produced a second consecutive 30-win season with a 32-4 record and won their second straight ACC regular season title. They entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed for the second straight year and advanced to the Elite Eight for the fifth time in program history.Louisville returns six players that made starts last season, including seniors Yacine Diop, Bionca Dunham, Jazmine Jones and Kylee Shook, along with junior Dana Evans, the reigning ACC Sixth Player of the Year.Women’s basketball season tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, Aug. 5. Additional information is available online at www.GoCards.com/wbbtickets.For the latest on Louisville women’s basketball, visit GoCards.com, or follow the team’s Twitter account at @UofLWBB or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLWBB. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Rural Polls Mixed mandate in tea belt

first_imgAlipurduar: Voting was peaceful in the Dooars tea belt and several workers along with their families turned up at the booths to exercise their franchise. Observers said the brew belt would come up with a mixed mandate in the rural polls.Also, there was a steady response of voters on the closed tea estates of Alipurduar and Jalpaiguri districts.The observers said the mandate from the tea belt was likely to be a mixed one. “It is unlikely that one party will have a clean sweep over all seats in the tea belt. There are still unsolved issues like fixing of minimum wages and reopening of gardens which have been shut for over a decade or so,” an observer said. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsIn Alipurduar, both the BJP and Trinamul are eyeing the tea belt which has 10 zilla parishad seats. The total number of seats is 18.”Mandate of the tea population is very important for each political party. For the BJP, it is a challenge to retain its support base, while Trinamul wants to prove itself as the force to be reckoned within the area,” the observer said.Mohan Sharma, the chairman of the Trinamul Congress Cha Bagan Mazdoor Union, said: “Tea workers will be with us because we have reopened the closed gardens.”last_img read more

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A sweet revolution by Tihar inmates

first_imgInspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream projects of ‘Sweet Revolution’ and ‘Skill India’, a five-day beekeeping training course for young inmates of Tihar jail was kicked off on Tuesday at jail No 5. As many as 50 inmates, with an age group between 20 and 25 years, participated in the course, started by Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC).Giving details, V K Saxena, the KVIC Chairman, said that the trainees were apprised of the scope and significance of beekeeping, important considerations and tips to start beekeeping. “After training, KVIC will install as many as 500 bee-boxes in the jail premises – having large greeneries. These boxes will not only produce more than 12,500 kilograms of high quality honey and 300 kilograms of good-quality wax every year, rather it will also boost the flora and fauna in and around the prison as the bees fly around 2 kilometers. Through pollination, crop production goes 25 percent up,” he said, adding, “Besides, the KVIC experts delved upon honey bee species, colony organization, division of labour and life cycle of honey bees; management of honey bee colonies during different seasons.” Also Read – Add new books to your shelfVK Saxena further said that practical training was also imparted in examination of honeybee colonies, acquaintance with apicultural equipments, identification and management of bee enemies and diseases, honey extraction and wax purification, and management of bee colonies in spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter seasons. “Our objective is to make the sweet nectar available to each and every family for their daily consumption, following the call of ‘Sweet Revolution’ given by our Prime Minister. Honey helps boosting immunity and purifies blood. Its medicinal value protects the body from major health problems like heart ailments and cancer,” he added. KVIC has already planned to setup 5000 bee boxes in Delhi alone this year at various gardens, farmhouses and colleges, to start community honey cultivation, which will subsequently generate employment too. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveDirector General (Prisons) Sudhir Yadav, in his address, said that after being trained in apiculture or bee farming as part of the rehabilitation and reformation programme for the prisoners, the inmates can learn the skills and utilise it to earn their livelihood when they have finished their jail term. “KVIC, which has become the torch-bearer of ‘Honey Mission’ in the recent past, will provide beehive boxes along with hive stands and other miscellaneous. They will also train us on how to go about it,” he said, adding, “We will soon harvest and sell our own honey. This is part of the reformation and rehabilitation of the inmates.”last_img read more

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