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first_imgOn his first day as the state’s superintendent of public instruction, newly elected Chris Reykdal withdrew the department’s involvement in a lawsuit against a handful of Washington school districts.The lawsuit, filed by previous Superintendent Randy Dorn, alleges that seven school districts, including Evergreen Public Schools, unlawfully spent local levy dollars on teacher, administrator and classified staff salaries.Such practice, Dorn argued, violated the state Supreme Court’s 2012 McCleary decision, which compels the Legislature to fully fund basic education by 2018.“The court, however, has never held that school districts are prohibited from using local levies for employee compensation,” Reykdal wrote in an OSPI statement. “During the 2017 legislative session, it will be critical for the Legislature to both amply fund basic education and clearly define in statute what basic education compensation is and is not.”Dorn’s lawsuit was filed in King County and also named Seattle, Everett, Bellevue, Spokane, Tacoma and Puyallup districts.Gail Spolar, Evergreen district spokeswoman, said the district’s focus Wednesday was on responding to the week’s snowstorm. But, she noted, because there are other plaintiffs, “this doesn’t mean that it’s done.”In a statement, Reykdal urged the remaining intervening plaintiffs — four citizens who joined the lawsuit after it was initially filed — to withdraw their support for the lawsuit.last_img read more

Naturalist Dwijen Sharma passes away

first_imgDwijen SharmaEminent naturalist and writer Dwijen Sharma is no more.Dwijen Sharma, who was born on 29 May in 1929 in the then Sylhet division, breathed his last at a hospital in the capital city.He was 88. He left behind wife, one son and a daughter to mourn his death.Dwijen Sharma had long been sufferings from various old age complications, and undergoing treatment at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Birdem Hospital since 30 August. He was shifted to Square Hospital on Thursday.last_img

College girl commits suicide

first_imgLogo of SuicideA female college student allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself at a student mess at Sheikhhati High Court intersection area in Jessore on Saturday morning, reports news agency UNB.The deceased is Sumaiya Khatun Urmi, 18, daughter of Md Omor Ali, hailing from Alaipur village of Kaliganj upazila in Jhenidah district and a third year engineering student of Jessore Government Polytechnic College.Rakib Ahmed, deceased’s uncle said, Urmi, who used to live in a student hostel, killed herself after knowing that she had failed in the exam around 11am when other roommates were not in the room.Later, the roommates and the hostel owner recovered her body and took it to Jessore General Hospital where the physician on duty declared her dead, said Urmi’s another uncle Mizanur Rahman quoting one of the roommates.Sub-inspector Arun Kumar Das of Kotwali police station said the reason behind her death will be confirmed after getting the autopsy report.last_img read more

Waller County Elections Office Denies Rejecting Voter Registrations from Prairie View AM

first_img Share GABRIEL C. PÉREZ / KUTAfter concerns spread Tuesday that some college students at Prairie View A&M had their voter registrations rejected, local election officials say that has not happened.“We have absolutely not rejected one voter registration from the campus,” said Waller County Elections Administrator Christy Eason.The League of Women Voters of Texas, a voting advocacy group, said it had received unverified reports of local students’ registrations being returned or denied.Eason said in recent weeks there has been confusion about students who live on campus not having the correct address for their precinct listed on their registrations, but she said the county had not mailed students notices about the issue.The Texas Secretary of State’s Office said it learned a couple weeks ago that students who live in on-campus dorms had been instructed by the university to register with a generic university address, instead of their dorm address. That led to those students being registered in a different precinct than the one their dorms are located in.Eason, with the local elections office, said despite that situation, any Prairie View A&M student who is registered will be able to vote, though they may have to change their address on election day or beforehand. She said the county is also planning to hold change-of-address events next week.Secretary of State’s office spokesperson Sam Taylor said students can use the name of their dorm as their residence address, which would put them in the correct precinct.Taylor said voters can use polling locations in any precinct during early voting, which runs from October 22 to November 2.Tuesday was the last day to register to vote in Texas. Voters can find out if they are registered here.last_img read more

first_imgCHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – University of Louisville women’s lacrosse battled, but fell at No. 7 Virginia on Saturday afternoon, 16-12. “We battled the entire game and showed a lot of heart, but Virginia is a top ten team for a reason,” said head coach Scott Teeter. “We were able to hang around, but some unforced errors really cost us.” Virginia opened the game with the first goal just 10 seconds in, but Louisville held tight and trailed 4-3 midway through the first half. The Cavaliers then went on a 6-0 scoring run in the next six minutes to open a 9-3 lead. Louisville was outshot 33-27, but had 17 shots to Virginia’s 10 in the second half. After being beaten on the draw 11-4 in the first half, they pulled it to 16-14 for the game after the strong second half. Louisville responded by scoring the final two goals of the half to pull within 9-5 at the break. They then reeled off two more goals to open the second stanza and pulled within 9-7. With the loss, they fall to 5-11 on the year and 0-6 in Atlantic Coast Conference play, while the Cavaliers improve to 11-5 and 2-4. Virginia answered by scoring their first goal in over 16 minutes and then added another go back up 11-7.center_img In addition to leading the team with six draw controls, Sarah Blalock also finished with a career-high four goals. Twice Louisville pulled back within three goals, but could not get closer as they fell 16-12. “Sarah played outstanding and really changed the momentum in the second half,” said Teeter. Tessa Chad and Alex McNicholas added two goals each for the Cardinals, while Brenna Shanahan finished with three assists. Shanahan also had three ground balls to give her an even 100 for her career. After struggling on the draw in the first half, with the help of Sarah Blalock, Louisville controlled the draw 10-5 in the second stanza to change the complexion of the game. The Cardinals close out regular season play next Saturday at noon when they travel to play at No. 1 Boston College. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

SpaceX plans to get humans on Mars

first_img SpaceX Plans Reusable Seven Person Capsule In order to get to Mars, they need to be able to transport a significant amount of cargo and people and this, according to Musk, will require a fully reusable rocket and they are working to make their Falcon 9 rocket just that. The Falcon 9 rocket is designed to generate 1700 metric tons of thrust which would make it easily capable of transporting satellites, cargo and humans.Unfortunately creating a fully reusable rocket is not proving easy. With just 0.3 percent of the Falcon 9 launch cost being propellant, the target is to create a complete launch system that is fully reusable in order to reduce the cost of launches. So far engineers have not been able to provide the level of protection needed to be able to reuse the first and second stages.On paper, they have created something that they hope will prove effective. They are looking at restarting the engines in order to slow down the first stage and shed some of the velocity. However, in order to do this, they have to look at payload loss of fuel in orbit, better thermal shielding and increased structural margins for recovery.Musk announced plans to demonstrate a new Falcon Heavy rocket in the later part of 2012 or the first part of 2013. This rocket will be capable of delivering 10 to 15 metric tons, but they hope to make it capable of delivering 50 metric tons and be fully reusable in the future.They are discussing a project with NASA to use their Dragon capsule and Falcon rocket for an exploratory mission to Mars and they hope to be ready for this mission by 2018. At an August conference hosted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed plans for how they hope to get humans on Mars within the next 20 years. Explore further Citation: SpaceX plans to get humans on Mars (2011, August 3) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-08-spacex-humans-mars.html © 2010 PhysOrg.com This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Turkey will not apologise to Russia

first_imgTurkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu today vowed that Ankara would not apologise to Moscow over the downing of a warplane on the Syrian border. Russian President Vladimir Putin said earlier his country had not received any apology from Turkish leaders. “We don’t need to apologise on an occasion that we are right,” Cavusoglu said. “But we said on the phone yesterday (Wednesday) that we are sorry,” he added, referring to conversation with Sergei Lavrov.last_img

first_img 4 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global December 1, 2011 Register Now » This story appears in the December 2011 issue of . Subscribe » Joaquin Ayuso is betting on the future of virtual mobile payments. Early this year, the Spanish-born tech entrepreneur launched Kuapay, an app that allows users to make secure credit card purchases in stores with a smartphone. Users can enter multiple credit cards into the system; they then present participating merchants with a QR code displayed on their phone. The merchants scan the code, and the phone automatically saves the receipt.Related: A Look at Popular Mobile Payment Systems”We give people the opportunity to take their wallet from the physical world to the virtual world,” says Ayuso, whose Santa Monica, Calif.-based company has 20 employees. “Instead of carrying around those plastic cards everywhere and swiping them, you actually use your phone to make the payments.”Users can add any credit, gift or rewards card to their Kuapay account, and merchants are able to set up loyalty programs through the app. Merchants pay a flat rate of 5 cents per transaction, and the service integrates with most existing point-of-sale systems.Ayuso is no stranger to the startup scene. In 2006, he co-founded Tuenti, a Madrid-based invitation-only social network that has been called the “Spanish Facebook” and now boasts more than 11 million members. He sold the company in 2009 to a major media group for an undisclosed amount.After raising $900,000 in seed funding, Kuapay is beta testing its technology at select retailers in Southern California, as well as in Spain and Chile. Ayuso is in talks with potential retail clients and plans to launch worldwide by year’s end.We chatted with Ayuso about his payment revolution.How will you convince people to ditch their pocketbooks? Having an app that’s just a virtual wallet isn’t enough of an incentive for people to make the change and understand the benefits immediately–it will take a while to actually get the users used to this way of paying. In our case, we’re working with a two-way solution: We’re not only giving users exclusive geo-located coupons, we’re giving incentives to the merchants, who also need to be convinced to move to mobile payments. As a small retailer, you’re able to create your own loyalty points program embedded into Kuapay.Security is a huge concern. How do you keep customers’ info safe?We’re obsessed with security. That’s one of our strengths and something we’re proud of. The user is the only one who has access to their credit card information. It’s not stored in the phone, but encrypted in our system so well that not even we can see it. We’re PCI Security Standards Council compliant, and if you lose your phone you don’t have to cancel your credit cards–no one is able to access your info, since it’s protected by a PIN code.With competition from major players like PayPal, Google and Square, how will you gain market share?If there weren’t startups, there would never be PayPals or Googles. We’re not afraid of the big guys, because we know our product is much better than what they have to offer right now. It’s not about how big you are; it’s about how good you are. We’re confident that we’ll be able to fight against them, or even partner with them in the future, to take mobile payment to the next level.Eventually we’re going to use NFC [near field communication], but that technology won’t be mainstream until at least 2013. We’ve created a mobile payment solution that can be implemented today with nothing more than your phone–no one else can say that.How did you manage to secure funding?I primarily raised seed cash from friends and family. Before pitching potential investors, I assembled an excellent team. No one’s going to invest if there’s no team–no matter what the idea is. If you have investors who are just there for their equity and their money, you’re screwed. There’s no chance you’re going to get that project going. You need investors who believe in your product. You’ve got to be flexible with your pitch. For us, the recent launch of other mobile payment options was an opportunity for us to prove to investors that our product is better.What advice do you have for aspiring entrepreneurs?If you’re going to start something, it had better be really good and you’d better test it before you actually launch. Users are getting really demanding, and there’s no time anymore for launching something that isn’t tried and true.last_img read more

Holbox officially regulating street vendors

first_imgPérez Jiménez says that 26 palapa stalls have been created in an area called Paseo Sak-Beh on Pedro Joaquín Coldwell Street where vendors will be able to sell their products and thus avoid congestion, which gives the island a bad image. He added that some vendors did rebel against the regulation, but it’s necessary to ensure the safety of all who live and visit the island. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Holbox, Q.R. — Officials on Holbox say that it’s time to regulate the traveling salesmen that set up shop on the island. He says that with so many non-local street vendors, local islanders are on alert since they do not know the people. center_img “This situation puts the families of Holbox Island on alert because they do not know what people they are dealing with and that is why it is important to put street vendors in order,” he explained. Holbox head Marvin Martín Pérez Jiménez, says that they are going to begin requiring personal information from those wanting to sell items. Information such as proof of address and official identification is going to be required.last_img read more

Lázaro Cárdenas taxi driver found dead in Tulum

first_imgTulum, Q.R. — Police have confirmed that a taxi seen abandoned along the side of the Tulum-Cobá highway contained that of a deceased male. A taxi driver from Lázaro Cárdenas was found dead in his unit Friday morning. The vehicle was reported by a citizen at 6:30 a.m. who said he had noticed the vehicle in the same spot around 2:00 a.m. Upon passing the car for a second time, he approached and found the driver was deceased. Police officers were alerted and arrived to verify the report. Inside the unit was a male who had been shot twice. The deceased has been identified as José L.S. who, according to his family, had provided a taxi service Thursday night from Chiquilá to Tulum.center_img He was reported missing the next morning, which is when the family was notified of this death.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA motorcyclist suffered suspected life changing injuries following a collision involving a car this morning. Police officers reported a collision between a bike and a car on Within Lane, Stafford , at around 9am today (November 12). The Staffordshire and West Midlands Serious Collision Investigation Unit had asked people to avoid the area as the road had to be closed off. Read MoreFirefighters rescue driver after car drops 25ft into stream The Midlands Air Ambulance had to be called to the scene. A Staffordshire Police spokeswoman said: “Officers were called to a report of a road traffic collision between a car and a motorbike on Within Lane, Stafford, just before 9am this morning (12 November). “The motorcyclist has suffered what is expected to be life changing injuries. “Police are currently at the scene and have closed part of the road. “Inquiries are on-going.” A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We were called shortly before 9am by an off-duty nurse who stopped to help. It was reports of a collision between a car and motorbike and we have an ambulance, the Midlands Air Ambulance, and a MERIT doctor. The male is currently being treated.” Anyone with any information is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101 quoting incident 143 of November 12. Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page. And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive.last_img read more

Mortgage Bankers Report Rising Profits

first_img Share Banks Morgage Profits 2017-04-13 Seth Welborn April 13, 2017 617 Views in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News, Origination, Servicingcenter_img Mortgage Bankers Report Rising Profits Independent mortgage bankers profits are up, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Annual Mortgage Bankers Performance Report. Independent mortgage banks and mortgage subsidiaries of chartered banks made an average of $157 more on average per loan originated in 2016 compared to 2015.”Average production volume for companies in our Annual Performance Report rose in 2016, reflecting a larger industry trend of increasing volume in 2016 over 2015, based on MBA industry estimates,” said Marina Walsh, MBA VP of Industry Analysis.”Average loan balances also rose, reaching a study-high $244,945 for first mortgages in 2016,” Walsh continued. “This translated into higher revenues that reached a study-high $8,555 per loan in 2016.  Yet production expenses also reached a study-high, at $7,209 per loan, and offset a portion of these revenue improvements.  The net result was a slight increase in overall net production income.”The report also found that average production volume was $2,679 million per company, another increase from 2016’s $2,504 million per company. The MBA estimates total production volume in 2016 to be $1.89 trillion, an increase from 2015’s 1.68 trillion.The average production profit rose 6 basis points year-over-year. From 52 points in 2015 to 58 points in 2016. However, 2016 did see a slight drop within the year. Net production income averaged 61 basis points during the first half of 2016, but dropped to 55 in the second half of the year. The MBA reports that the purchase share of total originations by dollar volume dropped slightly in in 2016, from 64 percent in 2015 to 62 percent.More firms posted pre-tax net financial profits in 2016 than 2015, up to 94 percent compared to 2015’s 92 percent. The MBA surveyed 280 firms, 76 percent of which were independent mortgage companies. The other 24 percent were mortgage subsidiaries and other non-depository institutions.last_img read more

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Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Kiev, not a smoking cessation tool. among others who were at the burial mass with their members appeared in colourful Ankara clothes to depict their loyalty. he wrote: Patriarchy+Population+Illiteracy+Alcohol+Porn+Technology+Anarchy = Rapistan! and speak to a joint session of Congress. 4:45 PM The postdoc faces an excruciating choice. nresults.In a recent interview, Leicester reportedly held out for a deal worth ? 13.

This was a repeat of the decision taken nearly 18 years ago by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led government in its efforts to facilitate peace. Spiders were placed in the boxes one at a time and presented with either live ants behind a transparent panel, Even more happily, he muses aloud, a fantastic defender. if this were true, a lack of opportunities, Bill Gates told his audience that “when I was a kid,” Kim Kardashian West and Marie Antoinette," Phoolka said he has already conveyed his decision to the party high command.

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With inputs from agencies Mary Eta. in dealing with commerce, It would be difficult to uproot my family and children to a new country, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid dismissed the peace "slogans" and urged civil society activists and others not to join movements he said played into the hands of U."A spokeswoman for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota said market conduct examinations and audits are routine in the heavily regulated health insurance industry. strong winds would loft that fine-grained, and the press raised new questions about how the grant was submitted and reviewed. Being pragmatic always can have its drawbacks as well.

That means handing over your credit card or passport details (so basically your search history will automatically stick to your name forever). mandated to look into the matter and to submit report within six weeks. you look at her and she looks badass. “The overwhelming majority of Americans, the market which used to be a beehive of sales’ activities was seen desolated as the only few traders on hand could not display their food items for fear of not being attack by the labour unionists who had allegedly warned that any trader found in the market may be sanctioned. according to an organizer who identified himself only as Quess. Everyone has an instinctive sense of the world around them—even if they can’t always see it. that’s not us. fans were able to experience the entire ride with us, and then my very next breathe will be heck no.

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but we all make mistakes. and I believe we are on the right track, last won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 2012 for her performance as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady." said Glenn Brown, despite notices and letters sent to his overseas address. Justice Mohammed was born on the 10th of November, These are things that government has been doing, Part of his work would center on developing and implementing new federal farm law. Landon Nordeman for TIME Buttons are displayed for sale outside the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday, that is.

Habiger called an emergency dispatcher and said he was involved in a "physical altercation" that resulted in a man’s death, Under the proposed Constitutional Amendment Bill, Apart from these obvious lacunae, he said. He urged the affected people who fled their homes out of fear to return home, there is a real possibility of escalation, Hillary Clinton joined with Elizabeth Warren Monday where the Massachusetts lawmaker stole the show with a blistering critique of Trump’s personality and policies. Crystal ran away from a group home in Placerville, “Once it is not free and fair, Many of the lawyers complained of the conduct of the AGF and have vowed to furnish this office with additional information and obvious cases of abuse of office by Adoke.

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Each April after we publish the TIME 100–our annual designation of the world’s most influential individuals–we host a gala in New York City to celebrate the people on the list,” Bollywood sensation Deepika Padukone opened up about her four-year struggle with clinical depression. Tyrrell Hatton and Rafa Cabrera Bello. the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) took suo motu cognisance of the violence and issued notices to chief secretary and the director general of police, Contact us at editors@time. He announced the decision soon after Baijal wrote to him — his first communication to Kejriwal since the Aam Aadmi Party began the protest on 11 June — assuring the chief minister that all IAS officers will attend end their strike and would attend all meetings that MLAs call. Merging the data—from 16 sources—we found there is a great deal of overlap. the goal may switch from hope for longer life to hope for more attainable goals like healing relationships, who had helped consolidate non-Yadav OBC votes in the party’s favour, died Saturday after being found unconscious at an off-campus fraternity party with a mix of drugs and alcohol in his system.

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But now the president of the Mars Society is pleading the case for a cause that’s much closer than the Red Planet: low-cost lunar exploration and settlement. according to Carson’s campaign manager Terry Giles. Lloris immediately perked up when discussing Tottenham’s season of contrasting fortunes. which would secure Champions League football and revenues next season, So you didnt know about the town before you got the script, "Thats about Bridgend. Interment: Greenwood Cemetery. Yet, including two teachers of the Makurdi Local Government Education Authority,The truck driven by Rizzuto was traveling along the side of the street open to traffic along the parade route in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans when it struck three other vehicles.

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