Marrakech El Aziz Offers Morocco 1st medal in African Athletics Championships

Rabat- Morocco’s Mustapha El Aziz has offered the Kingdom the first medal at the African Senior Athletics Championships (August 10-14), finishing second in the 10,000 meters final Sunday at Marrakech grand stadium.Aziz crossed the finish line clocking his previous personal record in 28:11:84, compared to 28:14:84 during the last Mohammed VI International Meeting in Rabat.The gold medal went to Eritrea’s Nguse Amlosom (28:11:07) while the Kenyan Josephat Bett completed the podium (28:11:61).

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Moroccan Woman Wins Best Model of The World 2018 Title

Rabat – Iman Casablanca, 22, won the 31st Best Model of the World contest on December 7 in Istanbul, Turkey.Iman, from Mohammedia near Casablanca, had previously won the titles of “Miss FashionTV World 2015” and “Best Model of Morocco 2018.”The model, who has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, discovered her passion for modeling at a young age. Iman attracted the attention of international fashion and lifestyle experts and became the first Arab woman to win the title of Miss FashionTV World 2015 organized by the international broadcasting channel, FashionTV.Read Also: Iman Oubou Becomes First Moroccan Member of Miss Universe JuryToday, Iman is a professional model in Europe and Turkey.Other winners in the competition, held since 1987, are: Best Model of the World (man), Marco Sarra from Italy; First Runner-Up Woman, Turkan Geyik from Turkey; and First Runner-Up Man, Shakir Ahmedzade from Azerbaijan.Second Runner-up Woman and Man, Anjali Vinodya from Sri Lanka, and Ulas Ozgur Aslan from Turkey, also toook home prizes.Read Also:Ihsane Elhassani: The Moroccan Shortlisted for England Woman Lawyer of the Year read more

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Membership to UN ethical business initiative swells but much work still to

8 April 2009A record number of companies joined the United Nations alliance for responsible business last year, and while participants are making progress towards adopting ethical practices, the head of the UN Global Compact today stressed that significant room for improvement remains. Nearly 1,500 new businesses joined the Global Compact in 2008, a 30 per cent increase on the previous year, “reinforcing the notion that in times of economic downturn and crisis there is an increased search for ethics and sustainability,” Georg Kell, Executive Director of the Global Compact, told journalists at UN Headquarters in New York.“We also saw last year an enormous growth in emerging markets, particular in China and India. Both countries now constitute some of our largest networks,” Mr. Kell noted, as he presented the results of the initiative’s annual review.The growing number of businesses signing up to the Global Compact, which have now topped 5,000 from over 130 countries since its creation in 2000, pledge to align their practices to 10 universally accepted principles concerning human rights, labour, environmental sustainability and the fight against corruption. A key finding of the review was that the corporate world is taking non-financial matters – such as the environment, and social and governance issues – seriously and “participants don’t engage [with the Global Compact] for brand differentiation or public relations purposes,” said Mr. Kell.“Business today increasingly understands that unless you address these issues, there are very high costs and you miss out on opportunities,” he added.Mr. Kell stressed that although the annual review underscored the Compact’s positive contribution in spreading responsible business practices around the world, companies must do more to ensure that environmental, social and governance challenges are understood and properly addressed.The UN Global Compact Annual Review 2008, based on survey responses from more than 700 participating businesses in 90 countries, noted that only 30 per cent of companies with subsidiaries required their regional branches and suppliers to implement the scheme’s principles, and only nine per cent of companies with subsidiaries even considered spreading their Compact commitments beyond headquarters.“For corporate responsibility to deliver tangible results, suppliers and subsidiaries must be made part of the equation,” according to a news release issued by the Global Compact office. read more

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Annan calls for new approaches to energy efficiency

“We need a revolution in energy efficiency,” he told the opening plenary of the three-day High-Level Segment of the Commission on Sustainable Development in New York. “Conventional power stations waste 65 per cent of the energy they generate. We must capture and use that excess heat, and make greater use of hybrid vehicles and other energy-efficient technologies.”He also called for cutting the pollution generated by fossil fuels, for example through the use of clean coal, and pointed out that the high cost of oil imposes economic burdens on some poor countries while contributing to climate change.The poor are particularly vulnerable to climate change and will need help from the global community to adapt to its impact, he added.Meanwhile, 1.6 billion people live with no electricity at all and have to rely on wood, dung and agricultural wastes, which have made indoor air pollution one of the world’s top 10 causes of mortality or premature death, he said. Added to that is the immense opportunity cost of the many hours that people, mainly women, spend foraging for wood.“We need new approaches. We need to scale up investment in mature renewables, such as wind, hydro and solar energy. And we need to intensify research and development into promising longer-term sources such as tidal energy, ocean thermal conversion, hydrogen and fuel cells.”As developing countries seek to nearly double their electrical generating capacity so as to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, they should not be condemned by the weight of tradition, or their own poverty, to follow what predecessor countries did, especially when alternatives sources of energy are possible, Mr. Annan said.All countries must be more rigorous in carrying out what they have agreed to do, he said, arguing that any measures to lessen climate change or adapt to it had to be integrated into national sustainable development strategies.“In this great endeavour, there is work for everyone,” Mr. Annan said. “Governments must use their power to set the ground rules, lay out the standards, put the right incentives in place, and deploy their purchasing power to procure energy-efficient goods and services.”He noted that global financial institutions controlling a total of some $4 trillion signed on last week at the New York Stock Exchange to a new set of principles for responsible investment, in which it is clearly spelled out that what is not sustainable is not responsible.“Financial markets, banks, private business and industry, civil society and private citizens all have distinct roles to play,” Mr. Annan said. read more

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OSU snaps losing skid beats Big Tenleading Michigan State

Down a starting player and facing a top-10 nationally ranked opponent, the No. 24 Ohio State women’s basketball team (11-6, 2-3) snapped a two-game losing streak when it knocked off No. 9 Michigan State (16-2, 4-1), 67-53, Sunday at the Schottenstein Center. The Buckeyes took a 33-29 lead into halftime after playing a closely contested half with the Spartans in which neither team extended a lead past six points. Five minutes into the half, OSU found itself without starting forward Sarah Schulze, who left the game, suffering what appeared to be a knee injury. OSU coach Jim Foster said he was not sure of her diagnosis. “Doctors will have to talk to you about that,” he said. “I’m not very optimistic.” The Buckeyes ratcheted up their defense in the second half, holding the Spartans to 25 percent shooting as they stretched their lead to double digits on a Brittany Johnson 3-pointer with 17 minutes remaining. The Spartans struggled to fight back, as the Buckeyes led by as many as 17 points in the second half. For the game, MSU connected on 20 of its 69 shot attempts, good for a 29 percent shooting percentage. “We played really hard on defense,” OSU center Jantel Lavender said. “It just created a better offense. We could transition a little bit better to get in our sets, and we got them a little frustrated.” Lavender led all scorers with 24 points and Tayler Hill added 17 for a Buckeye team that was in much need of a win. Prior to Sunday’s game, OSU had lost six of its last nine games. “We were desperate for a win, by any means necessary,” Lavender said. “We know how we have to play from now on.” Sunday’s victory gave the Buckeyes their second conference win of the season and handed the Big Ten-leading Spartans their first conference loss of the year. The Buckeyes play at 8 p.m. Thursday at Illinois, where they’ll attempt to pick up their first road win of the Big Ten season. “I just really want us to get after it on the road and not let other people’s crowds get into the game,” Lavender said. “We just got to come out and play hard every game, like we did tonight. It can’t just be at home.” read more

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ThyssenKrupp to supply overland conveyor to Xstrata copper mine

first_imgThe first gearless drive system for a conveyor outside Germany, says ThyssenKrupp, will be part of the order to deliver an overland conveyor system for Xstrata Copper’s Antapaccay mine in Peru. ThyssenKrupp commissioned the Siemens Industry Solutions Division for the supply of the electrical drive system. In comparison to conventional drive solutions, these gearless drives have not only a higher efficiency, availability, and reliability, but also lower maintenance requirements. The conveyor system is due to be commissioned in 2012.The overland conveyor at Antapaccay will transport copper ore over a distance of some 6.5 km from the mine to the processing plant. The belt will be 1,372 mm wide, travel at 6.2 m/s, and is designed to transport about 5,260 t/h of material. The Siemens drive system for the overland conveyor comprises of two slow- speed synchronous motors – each with a total power of 3,800 kW – and the associated Sinamics SL150 cycloconverters. Each motor is connected directly to the drive pulley.This gearless drive solution has a number of advantages over the combination of high speed motor and gearbox usually used on conveyor systems. The size of the motor is not limited by the size of gearbox available, thus eliminating the necessity to install multi-motor drives. The power required to drive a belt can be provided by just one drive per belt pulley. This enables the size of the electrical room to be reduced, saving space and weight.The elimination of a whole series of mechanical and electrical components increases the reliability and efficiency of the overall system by between 3 and 4%. The maintenance requirements of the drive system are also substantially lower. Gearbox maintenance work alone can amount to up to 5% of the original investment volume – each year. Lubrication and gearbox cooling systems, together with their maintenance, are also obsoleted for this solution.The gearless drive system for the Antapaccay mine overland conveyor system is the second of its type. The first conveyor system to run with gearless drives was installed in 1986 by ThyssenKrupp (formerly O&K) and Siemens in the Prosper-Haniel mine belonging to Deutsche Steinkohle, and it achieves an availability of over 98%.last_img read more

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ZAGREB HAMBURG… French ladies at the TOP of the world

French handball ladies ← Previous Story Stine Oftedal, MVP of #SimplyWunderbar! Next Story → GERMANY 2017 – Final placement: Europeans with small threats from Asia French girls are again at the TOP of the world. Olivier Krumbholz led his country to the second major success in the history after legendary final in Zagreb 2003. The French ladies beat Norway 23:21 (11:10) at the final of the Women’s World Championship 2017 to repeat success of their male colleagues from Paris last January…Norway – France 21-23 (10-11)Norway: Veronica Kristiansen 7, Nora Mørk 7, Heidi Loke 3, Kari Brattset 2, Stine Oftedal 1, Sanna Solberg 1France: Allison Pineau 4, Manon Houette 4, Laurisa Landre 3, Estelle Nze Minko 3, Camille Ayglon Saurina 2, Orlane Kanor 2, Alexandra Lacrabere 2, Kalidiatou Niakate 1, Siraba Denbele 1, Laura Flippes 1 read more

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DoubleTwist adds AirPlay support beats Google to NFC sharing

first_imgWhile the new Google Music app for Android is a nice enough upgrade, it still lacks some of the cool features competing apps like Winamp and DoubleTwist offer. Probably not too coincidentally, the crew at DoubleTwist has just released an update for its Android app and two very cool new features have been baked in.No, they’re not anything cloud-related like the Google Music update. Instead, DoubleTwist has introduced AirPlay support and wicked-cool NFC file sharing. TwistTo expands on the app’s existing ability to push content to Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles by adding support for DLNA-ready TVs and Apple TV.AdChoices广告Streaming content from your Android device is certainly a good thing to be able to do, but DoubleTap (not to be confused with one of the tenets of zombie apocalypse survival) is the super-geeky icing on the cake. If you own a Samsung Galaxy S or another Android device with NFC hardware under the hood, you can now place your device within range of a friend’s to share songs via Bluetooth. Those of you who, like me, aren’t using a cutting-edge handset will have to satisfy your curiosity with the demo video below for now.NFC sharing obviously raises some piracy concerns, though it’s really no different than functionality provided by dozens of other Android apps. Still, music industry suits don’t generally approve of anything which makes passing content from one user to another any easier than it already is.It’s also worth noting that Google did announce that NFC sharing would be coming in Android 3.1, but why wait? For five bucks you can DoubleTap right now, and you’ll get all of DoubleTwist’s other slick features as a bonus.You can find the new DoubleTwist app in the Android Marketlast_img read more

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La navette Discovery sest arrimée à lISS

first_imgLa navette Discovery s’est arrimée à l’ISSÉtats-Unis – Lancée lundi à l’aube depuis le Centre spatial Kennedy, la navette Discovery s’est arrimée comme prévu ce mercredi matin à la Station spatiale internationale (ISS).Discovery s’est amarrée à l’ISS à 7h44 GMT (8h44 à Paris), 344 kilomètres au-dessus des Caraïbes, a indiqué la Nasa.Partis lundi matin pour une mission de treize jours, les sept membres d’équipage de la navette, parmi lesquels trois femmes, ont dû se fier aux appareils de navigation suite à une panne du système de communication principal qui a désactivé les radars.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESACette mission consistera principalement en la livraison de huit tonnes de matériel dont des armoires d’expériences scientifiques, des couchettes ou encore un congélateur pour conserver des échantillons. Trois sorties orbitales sont également au programme.Il ne restera ensuite plus que trois vols de navette vers l’ISS avant que la construction de cette dernière ne soit achevée. Les trois navettes de la flotte prendront alors leur retraite, passant le relais au lanceur russe Soyouz, seul vaisseau habité qui assurera le transport des équipages vers l’ISS.Le 7 avril 2010 à 16:16 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Cyclone Dumile la préfecture lève lalerte rouge à la Réunion

first_imgCyclone Dumile : la préfecture lève l’alerte rouge à la RéunionLa préfecture de la Réunion a annoncé que l’alerte rouge était levée à partir de 20H heure locale (17H à Paris), le cyclone Dumile s’étant éloigné de l’île. Arbres arrachés, routes inondées, énormes vagues, les intempéries qui ont accompagné le cyclone Dumile n’ont pas été tendres sur l’île de la Réunion. Mais le danger semble désormais écarté. A 20H heure locale, l’alerte rouge a en effet été levée par la préfecture. Elle était entrée en vigueur ce matin à 10H00 (7H à Paris) entraînant l’interdiction pour les habitants de sortir pour “quelque cause que ce soit”.Au cours des heures suivantes, l’île a été balayée par des vents violents et des pluies abondantes au fur et à mesure que Dumile s’approchait. Mais c’est à 13H locales que le cyclone est arrivée au au plus près de la côte ouest de l’île, à 95 km au large, occasionnant des rafales de vents à plus de 170 km/h et une houle de 6 à 10 mètres de haut, rapporte l’AFP. Plusieurs heurs après son passage, le temps s’est toutefois rapidement amélioré avec notamment une baisse de la violence des vents. Ainsi, de nombreux Réunionnais ont demandé à ce que l’alerte rouge soit levée. Une demande qui a donc finalement été écoutée.Durant cette annonce, le préfet s’est félicité que le cyclone “n’ait pas causé de mort”. Mais le dernier bilan recense tout de même 14 personnes légèrement blessées. Quant au bilan des dégâts matériels, il n’a pas été jugé significatif. C’est finalement le réseau électrique d’EDF qui a le plus souffert des vents violents qui ont entraîné de nombreuses ruptures de ligne. D’après EDF, 95.000 foyers étaient privés d’électricité jeudi soir. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Toutefois, la levée de l’alerte ne signifie pas la fin du phénomène cyclonique, souligne l’AFP. “Les vents conservent des valeurs significatives mais le confinement de la population n’est plus nécessaire”, a dit le préfet Jean-Luc Marx qui a également annoncé la réouverture des aéroports vendredi dans la matinée. A 16H00 locales, Dumile était centré à 130 km au sud de l’île et continuait à s’éloigner de la Réunion à la vitesse de 24 km/h.Découvrez les premières images du passage du cyclone. Le 3 janvier 2013 à 17:40 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Science takes on question of Sasquatch

first_imgOn one side: A group called the Sasquatch Genome Project says that, using samples from Washington and elsewhere, it has sequenced DNA that proves the existence of the legendary beast.o Sasquatch Genome Project.o Olympic Project.o Sasquatch sightings database (with six from Clark County).o Allegedly leaked peer review comments.On another side: Other scientists are reluctant to accept the group’s conclusions, and think the study was improperly done with sloppy research methods.o Blinded by hope.o Failure to reproduce results.You can doubt the science, but there’s no doubt that people who claim to have seen a Sasquatch feel stigmatized.Olympic Peninsula resident Rich Germeau, who was an officer with the La Push Police Department for 14 years, said he doesn’t blame folks for finding the stories bizarre. His goal is to prove that the creatures are real, he said.“I was in my patrol car on my way to the office in July 2000, and one stepped in front of me,” Germeau said. “I had to put on my brakes. It was kind of a big eye-opener for me. I watched the stories on TV and I thought there was no possible way that could exist.”Germeau kept silent about his sighting until 2008, when a friend convinced him to form the Olympic Project, a Washington group aimed at finding proof of the creatures.last_img read more

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Facebook New AI tech spots hate speech faster

first_img Share your voice Culture Sci-Tech Tech Industry 7 Facebook’s AI engineers have embraced a technology called self-supervised learning so the social network’s technology can adapt faster to challenges like spotting new forms of hate speech.Artificial intelligence is sweeping the tech industry, and beyond, as the new method for getting computers to recognize patterns and make decisions catches on. With today’s AI technology called deep learning, you can get a computer to recognize a cat by training it with lots of pictures of cats, instead of figuring out how to define cat characteristics like two eyes, pointy ears and whiskers.Self-supervised learning, though, needs vastly less training data than regular AI training, which cuts the time needed to assemble training data and train a system. For example, self-supervised learning methods have cut the amount of training data needed by a factor of 10, Manohar Paluri, an AI research leader at Facebook, said Wednesday at the company’s F8 developer conference.And that speed is critical to making Facebook fun and safe, not a cesspool of toxic comments, misinformation, abuse and scams.”It’s really easy to lose hope, to pack up and go home,” Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer said in a keynote speech. “But we can’t do that. We’re here to bring a better future to people with technology.”Fixing Facebook with AIPaluri boasted that Facebook’s AI is improving many problems on the world’s largest social network: bullying, hate speech, violence, terrorist propaganda, child nudity, spam, adult content and fake accounts.But it’s got a long way to go, as speakers acknowledged at the conference, especially in recognizing problematic videos like those of the New Zealand mosque shootings in March. And that doesn’t even touch on the privacy problems Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said he’s trying to fix. Facebook executives blended some contrition with their usual brashness at the conference, an indication that they know they’re not yet out of the woods. Facebook increasingly relies on AI to fix problems like spam and hate speech, CTO Mike Schroepfer said at the company’s F8 developer conference. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Using AI to help fix some of its problems is a natural idea for engineering-focused Facebook. It’s an AI giant, applying the technology to tasks as difficult as debugging its own software, and employing pioneer Yann LeCun, one of three winners of the prestigious Turing Prize for his AI work this year.Facebook isn’t alone in pursuing AI, which is spreading well beyond the tech world. A survey from consulting firm Deloitte publicized Wednesday found that 57 percent of businesses around the world adopting the technology early expect AI to transform their business — and are often investing now to try to get ahead of an expected broader transformation.But though AI can fix computer science problems, it also adds new ones, like the difficulties in eradicating AI bias, which can reinforce the problems or the advantages some classes of people have in society. How does self-supervised learning work?Self-supervised learning is a new twist on the crucial training phase of AI.Today’s AI training data is typically “supervised,” which means it relies on carefully labeled training data. That data is hard to amass — especially in the vast quantities needed to best train AI systems. Labeled cat photos are abundant, but companies using AI have to spot everything from fraudulent credit card transactions to computer bugs.Facebook uses self-supervised AI training technology to process speech, text, video and photos, said Manohar Paluri, an AI research leader, at Facebook's F8 conference.Enlarge ImageFacebook uses self-supervised AI training technology to process speech, text, video and photos, said Manohar Paluri, an AI research leader, at Facebook’s F8 conference. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET With self-supervised learning, AI uses training data that’s unlabeled, Schroepfer said. But it’s not totally raw data. Instead, some bits are removed, like words from text or rectangles of pixels from photos.That lets AI systems learn patterns by figuring out how to reconstruct what’s missing, and it’s easier to supply the “massive volumes of data” that’re so useful for tasks like natural language processing (NLP), or understanding human speech and text. Facebook also is using self-supervised learning in handling photos, videos and text, Schroepfer said.”You generate the training set and the answers all at once,” Schroepfer said. “Because you’re using so much data, these NLP systems are starting to catch deeper and more nuanced understanding of language.” Comments Tags Artificial intelligence (AI) Facebooklast_img read more

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Governor Bill Walker And The Alaska State Budget

first_imgAlaska Gov. Bill Walker speaks to reporters during a press conference Jan. 27, 2015. He was discussing a draft plan released earlier in the day by the U.S. Department of Interior that would block oil development in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)Governor Bill Walker and legislators need to work together to bring down state spending and raise new revenue. The Governor wants to expand Medicaid, beef up the instate gasline proposal and halt spending on several large infrastructure projects. Some Lawmakers are pushing back. How will they compromise?Download AudioHOST: Lori TownsendGUESTS:Alaska Governor Bill WalkerCallers statewidePARTICIPATE:Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send e-mail to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)Call 550-8422 in Anchorage or 1-800-478-8255 if you’re outside Anchorage during the live broadcastLIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by e-mail, RSS or podcast.TALK OF ALASKA ARCHIVElast_img read more

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Infosys shares flare up on Q3 results promoters richer by Rs 2102

first_imgThe rally in Infosys shares on stock exchanges after the company declared its third quarter earnings has made its 19 promoters richer by Rs 2,102 crore. This is based on the 6.45% spurt in its share price on Thursday.The share price touched a high of Rs 1,152 intraday, from its Wednesday close of Rs 1,082, an increase of Rs 70, or 6.45%. The promoters held 30.04 crore shares as at the end of the second quarter and no significant sale of promoter holdings has been reported since then.The Bangalore-based company had reported revenues of $2,407 million for the third quarter ended 31 December, 2015 up 8.5% year-on-year and 0.6% on a sequential basis. Its revenues for the corresponding period last fiscal were $2,218 million and its second quarter earnings stood at $2,392 million.The net profit of the company was $524 million for the third quarter, almost flat compared to $522 million during the corresponding period last year and $519 million in the second quarter this fiscal.The top promoter shareholders and their family members of the second largest software services company include Sudha Gopalakrishan (4.91 crore shares), Rohan Murthy (3.18 crore shares), S Gopalakrishnan (2.66 crore shares), Nandan Nilakeni (2.14 crore shares).Other prominent promoter shareholders include N R Narayana Murthy who holds 87.18 lakh shares, S D Shibulal (98.78 lakh shares) and Sudha Murthy who owns 1.80 crore shares.In terms of client addition, Infosys added four clients in the $25million category and one in $50 million category. It added 1,045 active clients during the quarter and the company’s order book position was strong at $3 billion.The company issued a higher guidance for FY2016 at 12.8-13.2% in constant currency terms and 16.2-16.6% in rupee terms, on exchange rates as on 31 December, 2015 (INR 66.16/ US$). The earlier guidance was 10-12% in constant currency terms for FY2016, said research firm Angel Broking in its note.The company had 193,383 employees as on 31 December, 2015 and its attrition (annualised) rate was 18.1%, down from 19.9% in the second quarter. The company added 5,407 employees on a net basis during the quarter under review.The utilisation level was 74.2% (including trainee) and 80.6% (excluding trainee).At about 1 pm, the Infosys share was trading at Rs 1,152, up 6.44% from its Wednesday close of Rs 1,082.TCS was down 0.14% at Rs 2,277.05 and Wipro was trading at Rs 542.75, a loss of 0.65%.last_img read more

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Global Ski Goggles Industry 2019 Market Research Report

first_imgThe Global Ski Goggles Market Research Report focuses on global major leading players with information such as Top Brands, Manufactures & Market Overview. The investigative approach taken to understand the various aspects of the industry is aimed at giving the readers a holistic view of the Global Ski Goggles Market.Ski Goggles used to protect the eyes from glare and from icy particles flying up from the ground. In the context of China-US trade war and global economic volatility and uncertainty, it will have a big influence on this market. Ski Goggles Report by Material, Application, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023 is a professional and comprehensive research report on the world’s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and China).Get the Free Sample Copy of this Report @ this report, the “Global Ski Goggles Market” is valued at USD XX million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the period 2019 to 2023.The report firstly introduced the Ski Goggles basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on. Then it analyzed the world’s main region market conditions, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate and forecast etc. In the end, the report introduced new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and investment return analysis.Avail the Discount on this Report @ major players profiled in this report include:HORVATHBOLON AsiaOakleySmith OpticsAnonThe end users/applications and product categories analysis:On the basis of product, this report displays the sales volume, revenue (Million USD), product price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into-Type AType BType COn the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, sales volume, market share and growth rate of Ski Goggles for each application, including-SkiAbout Us: Big Market Research has a range of research reports of various domains across the world. Our database of reports of various market categories and sub-categories would help to find the exact report you may be looking for.Contact Us:Mr. Abhishek PaliwalBig Market Research5933 NE Win Sivers Drive, #205, Portland,OR 97220 United StatesDirect: +1-971-202-1575Toll Free: +1-800-910-6452E-mail help@bigmarketresearch.comlast_img read more

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US senators warn Iraq over Iran shipments to Syria

first_img Parents, stop beating yourself up Associated PressBAGHDAD (AP) – American senators visiting Iraq warned the Baghdad government Wednesday that it risked damaging relations with the U.S. if it is allowing Iran to fly over its airspace to deliver weapons to Syria.An Iraqi government spokesman responded by saying Iran has told Baghdad the flights to Syria are only delivering humanitarian aid. He said the onus is on the U.S. to offer up proof that Tehran is shipping weapons. It’s not clear how Iraq would stop Iran from using its airspace in flying weapons to Syria. Iraq’s air force has only a small number of planes, and no fighter jets to protect its skies or enforce its sovereignty. That mission was previously handled by the U.S. military before American troops withdrew from Iraq last year.At the Pentagon, two senior military officials said the best way for Iraq to confirm what’s on the flights is for the Baghdad government to have the Iranian flights land and to inspect the cargo. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the issue on the record.___Associated Press Writer Pauline Jelinek contributed to this report from Washington.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Senator Joe Lieberman, an Independent from Connecticut, said Iraq’s failure to stop the flights could threaten the long-term relationship with the U.S. as well as aid Iraq could receive as part of a 2008 strategic pact between the two nations.“Bottom line, this kind of problem with these Iranian overflights can make it more difficult to proceed with the Strategic Framework Agreement in the manner that the prime minister and we would like to see happen,” Lieberman told reporters in Baghdad. “So I hope this is cleared up quickly.”Iran is Syria’s closest ally in the Middle East and it has stood by President Bashar Assad as his forces have tried to crush the uprising there for the past 17 months. Activists say at least 23,000 have been killed.The dispute over the flights was first reported in The New York Times on Wednesday. It said American officials believe Iran resumed shipments of military equipment to Syria via Iraqi airspace in July after a three-month hiatus.“This region is about to explode,” said Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina who was visiting Iraq with Lieberman and Republican John McCain of Arizona. “They’re in a pickle here,” Graham said at the same meeting with reporters where Lieberman spoke. Top Stories Comments   Share   “The reason they’re probably not pushing back on Iran is because they don’t see how this ends. There’s an amazing lack of American leadership, and it’s beginning to show on all fronts,” Graham added.The three hawkish senators said the dispute was one example of how U.S. influence is dwindling in Iraq even after it pumped in billions of dollars of aid and fought a nine-year war that ousted the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein and cost nearly 4,500 American lives.Ali al-Moussawi, media adviser to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, confirmed that Iranian planes are flying over Iraq to deliver goods to Syria. But he said Tehran has assured al-Maliki that the flights are carrying only food and other humanitarian aid to help victims of Syria’s civil war.Iraqi and American officials say the U.S. believes otherwise. They said U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has promised to send al-Maliki evidence that the flights contain weapons to help Assad’s regime _ something that would be a violation of a U.N. 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