The water level of Siang river in Arunachal Pradesh has subsided after a scare triggered by an alert from China to India about the swelling of Tsangpo following heavy rain in Tibet. The water of the river, officials said, has turned very muddy.The Tsangpo – Yarlung Zangbo, as it is known in China – flows into Arunachal Pradesh as the Siang, which meets two other rivers in Assam downstream to become the Brahmaputra.As people along the banks of the Siang heaved a sigh of relief, the Indian Air Force evacuated 19 people stranded on an island in the river at Jampani under Sille-Oyan circle of East Siang district on Friday. The spot is about 27 km from East Siang district headquarters Pasighat.“An Mi17 helicopter from Mohanbarie airport in Assam’s Dibrugarh district carried out six sorties and rescued the 19 people, including six children, in an hour since 4.38 a.m.,” an IAF spokesperson said.Six people were winched up in areas where the helicopter could not land. Those rescued were mostly farmers who ventured out before the water surge for cattle grazing. Local officials said many animals remain stranded on the island. East Siang’s deputy commissioner Tamiyo Tatak had on Thursday night shot off a letter to the IAF’s station commander in Dibrugarh requesting evacuation of an estimated 30 stranded people.“The water volume of the Siang river has come down to the level we normally have during the rainy season. But the water is high on turbidity and there’s been a lot of erosion along the banks,” Mr. Tatak told The Hindu.Monitoring river flowIn Upper Siang district, where the Tsangpo enters India to become the Siang, officials are monitoring the flow of the river. “The water was flowing normally when last observed,” Nijhon Danggen, circle officer of Tuting bordering China, said.The turbidity of Siang is believed to be the outcome of a natural dam formed across the Tsangpo because of landslides caused by major earthquakes in Tibet in 2017. Around that time, the Siang turned turbid near Pasighat. “We have asked the experts to study the water quality,” Mr. Tatak said.
Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar said Ross Taylor’s wicket was the one he cherished the most among the five he took on Saturday. (Day 2 Report | Highlights)”Ross Taylor’s wicket pleased me the most,” Bhuvneshwar said after the end of the day’s play at the Eden Gardens here.The 26-year-old Uttar Pradesh pacer returned figures of 5/33, cleaving through New Zealand’s batting and propelling India to an advantageous position on Day 2 of the second Test. (Bhuvneshwar repays Kohli’s faith with another five-wicket haul)Drafted into the side in place of Umesh Yadav keeping in mind the grass on the Eden pitch, Bhuvneshwar grabbed the opportunity with both hands.Asked whether there was any added pressure on him, he said, “There was no extra pressure on me. I am happy with the way I bowled. The pitch had a lot for the bowlers and I exploited that.”Later at the press conference after the end of the day’s play, Indian wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha lauded Bhuvneshwar’s efforts.”He bowled beautifully. The wicket assisted bowlers and I thought the way he went about his job was exceptional. Even (Mohammed) Shami, Ash (Ravichandran Ashwin), Jaddu (Ravindra Jadeja) bowled well,” Saha said.
TweetPinShare0 Shares KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Daniel Murphy took a meaty cut, then motioned to the batting practice pitcher to throw one a bit outside.“Please,” the New York Mets bopper added, politely.Murphy promptly lined the next toss into the right-field corner at Kauffman Stadium.That’s how easy he’s making it look in real games, too.So far, Murphy has invited many of baseball’s top aces to his October bash — Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Jake Arrieta among them.Now, the Kansas City Royals hope to spoil his playoff party.Murphy has homered in a record six straight postseason games. He’ll take aim at Edinson Volquez and the Royals starting Oct. 27 in the World Series opener.Murphy hit a career-best 14 home runs during the regular season, then launched seven more in the first two rounds against the Dodgers and Cubs. He is one from matching the mark for most homers in a single postseason, shared by Barry Bonds, Carlos Beltran and Nelson Cruz.“Superman? Oh, no, no,” he said before the workout. “Just a second baseman who’s trying to get a good pitch to hit.”To Royals pitching coach Dave Eiland, that’s the crux of Murphy’s sudden power surge.“He’s getting a lot of good pitches to hit, and he isn’t missing them,” Eiland said. “He’s right on them.”Eiland has noticed something else. “He looks very comfortable in the batter’s box — and I’ll leave it at that,” Eiland said.Hmmm. Told about Eiland’s comment, Royals pitcher Kris Medlen chuckled.“Nobody’s going to hit anybody,” Medlen said. “But there are ways to get guys out. Coming in, going out, mixing it up.”Medlen noted that last week against the Cubs, Murphy golfed a pitched that was barely a foot off the ground for a home run. It was the second-lowest pitch hit for a homer in the majors this year.“He’s hitting everything,” Medlen said.Murphy won the MVP award in the NL Championship Series for sweeping Chicago, going 9-for-17. Overall, he’s 16-for-38 (.421) in his first postseason, driving in 11 runs and scoring 11 in nine games.Along with his home runs, he’s doubled twice, walked once and struck out six times.Regarded a good contact hitter throughout his career, Murphy made some mechanical adjustments at the plate this year designed to get more power.“Get your foot down in time and use your legs,” he summed up.The results this month, though, have exceeded anything than anyone could have imagined.After hitting 62 home runs in 3,354 career at-bats, he’s connected seven times in 38 at-bats in becoming New York’s newest “Mr. October.”Asked to describe Murphy right now, Medlen simply said: “Hitter-ish.”Murphy faced several of the Kansas City pitchers when they were in the National League, including Medlen, Volquez and Johnny Cueto. But he has never homered off any of the pitchers currently on the Royals’ staff.Plus, Kauffman Stadium plays fairly big. It was tied for 25th among the 30 big league parks for home runs, STATS said.“He’s hitting a lot of home runs this postseason, which is a great accomplishment. We’re not trying to give up homers,” Royals closer Wade Davis said.Murphy, a free agent-to-be, says he isn’t spending much time thinking about being in a special zone. Besides, others are only too glad to talk about what he’s doing.“It’s the hot streak,” teammate David Wright said. “I’m not sure it’s a hot streak.”Whatever, the Royals already have thought through how to stop Murphy.“We talked about in our advance meeting today how he stands on top of the plate, like Barry Bonds did,” manager Ned Yost said.(BEN WALKER, AP Baseball Writer)
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst attended a news conference in Washington, D-C Tuesday in support of a bill designed to stop violence in schools.Ernst is supporting the bill proposed by Utah Senator Orrin Hatch that would authorize the U-S Justice Department to provide grants to train students, school personnel, and law enforcement to identify signs of violence and intervene to prevent people from hurting themselves or others.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/ERNST4.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……..tragic violence. :08The bill also includes funding for technology and equipment to improve school security and prevent school violence.Ernst says it is important to pass the “STOP School Violence Act” to prevent any more tragedies like the school shooting in Florida.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/ERNST5.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC………..and growing. :15The bill would fund development of anonymous reporting systems, and security infrastructure improvements.It also provides funds for school threat assessment and crisis intervention teams.Radio Iowa
AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 22: A general view taken during the game between the Texas Longhorns and the Rice Owls on September 22, 2007 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Texas won 58-14. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)Texas football and the rest of the FBS only has a few weeks before the start of the 2019 recruiting cycle early signing period. The Longhorns are also focused on the 2020 class, and bring in five-star cornerback Kelee Ringo this weekend.Ringo is the No. 11 overall player in the 2020 class, per 247Sports‘ composite rankings. The site has him at No. 2 among cornerbacks.The Saguaro native is the top-ranked 2020 player in Arizona.Ringo took an unofficial visit to Austin back in November. He saw the Longhorns beat Iowa State 24-10.Kelee Ringo is heading back to check out Texas football again this weekend.247’s EJ Holland has reported as much. From his Twitter account:Texas is set to host five-star 2020 CB Kelee Ringo (@KeleeRingo) for a visit this weekend #HookEm. https://t.co/8eS88pcpX8 pic.twitter.com/XXbUA9X7RM— “EJ Holland” (@EJHolland247) December 5, 2018Ringo has retweeted a number of Texas messages in the last few days as well.Back on November 30, he released a top 15 featuring the Longhorns, as well as Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, USC, and Washington.So far, just three recruiting analysts have registered predictions for Ringo’s eventual commitment. Two believe he will head up to Washington, with the other picking Texas.
Manchester: Former skipper Sourav Ganguly has revealed that there were “too many gentlemen” in the team when he captained India and joked that’s why his side struggled with mental battles against tough opponents such as Australia. Speaking during the rain interruption in India’s World Cup semifinal clash against New Zealand at the Old Trafford, Ganguly said: “It was very hard with that team, because we had too many gentlemen. If you ask Rahul Dravid to do that, he’ll come back and say ‘No no no that’s not the right way to play.’ Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football together “You ask V.V.S. Laxman to do that, he’ll say ‘I’m concentrating on my batting.’ And if you tell Sachin to do it, he will stand at mid-on and tell the mid-wicket fielder to sledge Steve Waugh, and himself not do it,” Ganguly revealed with Laxman laughing alongside him. The 47-year-old, speaking on Star Sports’ Cricket Live Show, further said that only off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was the one who followed his instructions. “There were a lot of issues in that team. The only ones holding the Indian flag were Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Ganguly. Sardarji did everything I told him to do,” he said. Ganguly was the captain of the Indian team from 2000 to 2005, a period when India beat Australia in a Test series at home and drew a Test series in Australia. On Tuesday, rain played a spoilsport as the semifinal clash was pushed to the reserve day with New Zealand 211/5 after 46.1 overs.
Several Canadians are in the running for Oscars tonight.Trevor Jimenez, who grew up in Toronto and Hamilton, is nominated for best animated short for “Weekends.”The category also includes Toronto-raised Domee Shi for “Bao” and Vancouver-based couple David Fine and Alison Snowden for “Animal Behaviour.”Meanwhile, the live action short film category has two finalists from Montreal – Jeremy Comte for “Fauve” and Marianne Farley for “Marguerite.”Other Canadian nominees include sound mixer Paul Massey for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” sound mixer Craig Henighan for “Roma” and set decorator Gordon Sim for “Mary Poppins Returns.”The 91st Academy Awards, which will air on CTV and ABC, will also include two Toronto-raised presenters – Mike Myers and Stephan James.
Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,728.51, up 23.51 points):Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financial Services. Down seven cents, or 0.28 per cent, to $25.26 on 8.39 million shares.Hydro One Ltd. Instalment Receipts (TSX:H.IR). Utilities. Down 89 cents, or 2.39 per cent, to $36.41 on 8.37 million shares.Trevali Mining Corp. (TSX:TV). Miner. Up seven cents, 4.70 per cent, to $1.56 on 6.5 million shares.Pembina Pipeline Corp. (TSX:PPL). Oil and gas. Up 49 cents, or 1.12 per cent, to $44.17 on 5.5 million shares.Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Bank. Up 43 cents, or 0.60 per cent, to $71.67 on 4.3 million shares.Titan Medical Inc. (TSX:TMD). Healthcare. Down four cents, 11.76 per cent, to 30 cents on 4.2 million shares.Companies reporting major news:BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB). Wireless communications. Down 31 cents, or 2.18 per cent, to $13.90 on 3.5 million shares. The Ontario-based security software company says it expects to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Oct. 16 under the ticker symbol “BB.” CEO John Chen says the partnership with the NYSE will further raise BlackBerry’s profile and strengthen its BlackBerry Secure brand.Home Capital Group Inc. (TSX:HCG). Financial Services. Up 15 cents, or 1.07 per cent, to $14.12 on 528,426 shares. Two more executives have left the Toronto-based alternative lender, with one being replaced and another’s position eliminated. The company says Pino Decina, executive vice-president of residential lending, and Chris Whyte, executive vice-president and chief operating officer, have departed from their roles at the organization. Edward Karthaus, whose was previously with D+H and Filogix LP, will replace Decina on Oct. 10.
BEIJING — Asian stocks rebounded Thursday after Wall Street eked out a gain following volatility fueled by concern about possible fallout from the U.S.-Chinese trade war.Market benchmarks in Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong all advanced, recovering some of their losses following three days of anxiety over the decline of China’s yuan against the dollar.Investors were rattled Wednesday by a wave of interest rate cuts by central banks in India, Thailand and New Zealand. That adds to rate cuts since May in Australia, South Korea and the Philippines in response to fear U.S.-Chinese trade tension will dent global economic growth.“Trade anxiety remains high, impacting equities,” said Alfonso Esparza of Oanda in a report.The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.9% to 2,794.29 and Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 rose 0.4% to 20,593.35. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.6% to 26,162.60 and South Korea’s Kospi added 0.6% to 1,920.61.Australia’s S&P-ASX 200 was 0.7% higher at 6,568.10 and India’s Sensex opened up 0.2% at 36,767.18. Markets in Taiwan, New Zealand and Southeast Asia advanced.On Wall Street, the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 0.1%, to 2,883.98. It had been down 2% during the heaviest bout of selling.The Dow dropped 0.1% to 26,007.07. The Nasdaq composite index climbed 0.4% to 7,862.83.Last week, President Donald Trump rattled markets when he promised to impose 10% tariffs on Sept. 1 on all Chinese imports that haven’t already been hit with tariffs of 25%. China struck back on Monday, allowing its yuan to weaken against the U.S. dollar.The yuan fell further Tuesday and Wednesday, but investors were encouraged by Chinese central bank promises the decline wouldn’t continue and the exchange rate would be kept stable.On Thursday, the yuan strengthened slightly to 7.0460 to the dollar from 7.0597 late Wednesday. But it stayed below the politically sensitive level of seven to the U.S. currency that it broke through on Monday.ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. crude jumped $1.62 to $52.72 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract plunged $2.54 on Wednesday to close at $51.09. Brent crude, used to price international oils, rose $1.57 per barrel in London to $57.80. It dropped $2.71 the previous session to $56.23.CURRENCY: The dollar declined to 106.11 yen from Wednesday’s 106.26 yen. The euro edged up to $1.1206 from $1.1200.Joe McDonald, The Associated Press
(AFP) West Indies’ stunning second Test win over England at Headingley was the biggest upset in the recent history of Test cricket, according to former England captain Michael Atherton.Michael AthertonHumiliated in an innings and 209-run defeat in the first Test, the tourists hit back to complete a sensational five-wicket victory, inspired by a pair of centuries from Barbados batsman Shai Hope.Writing in The Times on Wednesday, Atherton said England fans expecting to see another comfortable home win instead witnessed “a resurrection… of a once-proud cricketing nation fallen on hard times”.“This was one of the great modern Test matches, one that produced a truly astonishing result,” he added.“In my time watching, playing and commentating on Test cricket I cannot think of a bigger upset when taking into account the low expectations for a team with a horrendous away record who had subsided to a three-day defeat only the week before.“No one gave West Indies a prayer before the match, nor before the last day.”It was West Indies’ first Test win in England in 17 years and only their fourth Test win away from home against a team other than Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in 20 years.Hope, 23, had not scored a century in his 11 previous Tests, but became the first man to amass two hundreds in a first-class match at Headingley in the ground’s 127-year history.Kraigg Brathwaite, 24, combined with Hope for two partnerships worth a total of 390 runs and Atherton believes the pair could help West Indies recover their global standing.“These two players, 24 and 23 years of age respectively, represent the future of West Indies cricket and, on this evidence, greener pastures lie ahead,” Atherton wrote.“Brathwaite will become a high-class accumulator, but Hope has the chance to be even better than that, stylish and fluent as he is.“He has always been known for eye-catching shots but, here, in the course of two innings, he became a Test match batsman in the round, attaching those shots to a cast-iron defence and a commitment to lasting the course.”The three-match series concludes at Lord’s next week. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEnglish legends laud Windies win as one for the timesAugust 31, 2017In “Sports”Don’t write West Indies off yet, warns GarnerAugust 14, 2017In “latest news”ICC should take another look at over-rate rules …but players must also take responsibilityFebruary 6, 2019In “latest news”
← Previous Story Vote for the Velux EHF CL 2011/2012 MVP! Next Story → HC Zajecar wins Serbian Cup and the “third double crown” in a row! HC Partizan BeogradHC Vojvodina Novi SadSuper liga handball After Super Cup and National Cup, EHF CL team this season, HC Partizan Belgrade wins Super liga with a win over HC Vojvodina Novi Sad 33:24 (16:15) in front of 2.000 fans in “Banjica” hall. Two rounds before the end of Championship, Partizan now has six points ahead of Vojvodina…Partizan – Vojvodina 33:24 (16:15)Dvorana: SC Voždovac na Banjici. Gledalaca: 2.000. Sudije: Stojković (Niš) i Nikolić (Leskovac). Sedmerci: Partizan 1 (1), Vojvodina 9 (4). Isključenja: Partizan 18 (Mandić 43.), Vojvodina 10 minuta (crveni karton Veselinov 47.).PARTIZAN: Vasić (2 saves, 3- 7 meters), Milošević, V. Ilić, Mandić 5/7, Radanović, Maksić 7/9, Kladarin, Radivojević 5/6, Mršulja, Babić 4/5, N. Ilić 7/9, Milinić 2 (1)/2, Radovanović (6 saves), Mešter 3/7, Marsenić, Potić.VOJVODINA: Arsenić, Vuković 3/6, Popov 4/5, M. Radišić 3/3, Barišić 3/9, Veselinov, Stjepanović 3/6, Abadžić (6 saves), Damjanović (2 saves), B. Radišić, Čupković, Arsenić, Marjanac 2 (1)/5, Milošević 6 (3)/9, Đurić.
By Sulayman BahYusupha Njie has turned his loan to a permanent deal with Portuguese Primera Liga outfit Boavista, Foroyaa Sport can reveal.The 24-year-old Gambian forward put pen on the dotted lines following an impressive debut season loan with Boavista from Moroccan club FUS Rabat.Half-brother to Tijan Jaiteh, Njie confirmed the deal to Foroyaa Sport over the weekend.The trajectory reels in after the stylist playmaker activated the option of extending his stay at Boavista installed in his contract which has been agenda of the Portuguese side’s board since end of the season.Marseille and Monaco have been tracking the ace from the time he scored his first league goal last March against Sporting Braga.In a show of firming up their interest, Monaco dispatched their key scout to conduct a study on the player recently.
Load More RelatedPosts Wynn Resorts shares favored over Wynn Macau: analysts The repurchase program follows completion of a previous program approved in March that has seen Melco purchase shares worth US$490 million over the past seven months.Explaining its reasons for the new program, Melco said in a Thursday filing that it would, “benefit from the trading of Melco Resorts’ securities under current market conditions,” adding it “reflects the confidence of the company in Melco Resorts’ long-term strategy and growth prospects.“The new share repurchase program is in addition to Melco Resorts’ earlier share repurchase program announced on 21 March 2018, which has nearly been exhausted.”Full implementation of the program would see majority shareholder Melco International Development’s indirect holding of Melco Resorts’ outstanding share capital increase from approximately 53.78% to around 57.42% assuming current conditions remain steady.Ho has been actively looking to gain greater control of Melco Resorts as well as reducing the complexity surrounding some of its interests in recent months, most notably via its Studio City IPO and tender offer for shares in Melco Resorts and Entertainment (Philippines) Corp. Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul Melco International Development grants Evan Winkler HK$269 million share options Melco Resorts and Entertainment’s Chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho has given the green light to a new share repurchase program, permitting the purchase of up to US$500 million Melco Resorts Shares over a three-year period from 8 November 2018.Melco had originally announced plans for the new repurchase program on 8 November but needed shareholder approval in order to proceed. Such approval was never in doubt given that Ho and people or companies directly associated with him control 53.34% of the company.
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – U.S. Florida representatives are trying a last minute push for a spot on Capitol Hill.Republican Carlos Curbelo urged voters to hit the polls Tuesday. The incumbent representative was at Caribbean Elementary School in South Miami-Dade.“It’s great to be here, greeting the voters,” Curbelo said. “A lot of people voted absentee and early.”He then visited other precincts in Kendall and Homestead.Curbelo’s opponent, Joe Garcia, is also doing his part. The former congressman was out at Christina Eve Elementary in Southwest Miami-Dade.“People have to vote,” Garcia said. “It does nothing to talk about it. If you don’t vote, it hurts the whole country. Go out and vote and make a difference.”It was just one of the many stops his camp made, in an effort to encourage people to voice their choice. He’s planning to visit one more location Tuesday afternoon. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Listen 00:00 /50:20 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X On Friday’s Houston Matters: The State Board of Education just approved a new high school course covering Mexican-American history. The vote comes after years of debate over the issue. We learn more from Raúl A. Ramos, associate professor of history at the University of Houston. Also this hour: We get a preview of the annual Art Car Parade from emcees Ernie Manouse and Edel Howlin of Houston Public Media.Then: It’s been 10 years since Discovery Green has opened. So far, it’s hosted more than 12 million visitors and has spurred more than a billion dollars in economic development. We learn from the Downtown District and officials from Discovery Green Conservancy about the park’s history and what can we expect to see in the future. Plus: Our panel of non-experts discusses The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the week’s news.And Houston will host a live stage show of the satirical advice podcast My Brother, My Brother and Me this weekend. Ahead of the event, Joshua Zinn talks with the eldest brother, Justin McElroy, about how the show came to be, the live show experience, and the lessons he’s learned doing the podcast.WATCH: Today’s Houston Matters 360-Degree Facebook Live VideoWe offer a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share
Alvaro ‘Al’ Ortiz/Houston Public MediaA banner shows solidarity with Josué Flores’ family after the 11-year-old boy’s murder in Houston, in May 2016.May 17 marks the third anniversary of the murder of 11-year-old Josué Flores in Houston’s Near Northside and investigators are asking for help from the public. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said new evidence is being analyzed at a Utah lab that specializes in DNA testing.Flores’ murder shocked Houston and especially the Near Northside neighborhood because of its brutality. The killer stabbed him multiple times at the 1900 block of Fulton Street when the boy was returning to his home after leaving Marshall Middle School.“We have evidence now in Utah at a lab that is utilizing techniques to extract DNA from evidence that our lab and our state lab does not the capacity to do,” said Acevedo on Friday during a media availability that Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Flores’ mother also attended.The evidence is from a piece of clothing and HPD’s cold case squad is also investigating the case.Acevedo said that Andre Jackson, the homeless veteran who was charged with Flores’ murder and released in July 2017 because Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg dropped the charges, is still a person of interest for the investigators.The DA’s office said the results of DNA and blood analyses were inconclusive.Acevedo played a short video that was recorded by a surveillance camera the day of the murder near the place where it happened. The video shows an African-American man walking and wearing a distinctive jacket. Investigators are asking the public to help identify the man. According to police, he could be Jackson.HPD detectives are also asking potential witnesses of the crime who spoke to local media anonymously to come forward and help with the investigation.After the murder, Near Northside resident Stella Mireles-Walters started the Safe Walk Home program. It has trained neighbors to be vigilant, particularly when children go to school in the morning and when they leave, and alert HPD and other law enforcement agencies if they see somebody or something suspicious.Investigators and residents also thought that Flores’ murderer could have stayed at a homeless shelter the Salvation Army managed in the neighborhood. The organization closed the shelter in November.You can watch the video HPD showed and Chief Acevedo’s media availabilty here:PERSON OF INTEREST: Our homicide investigators want to speak to this man regarding the murder of Josue Flores, 11, in the 1900 block of Fulton on May 17, 2016. If you have info, call HPD Homicide 713-308-3600 or @CrimeStopHOU 713-222-TIPS. You could receive up to $5,000 reward. pic.twitter.com/B1lwgqC1d7— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) May 17, 2019 Share
Nvidia Geforce driver 388.31 WHQL: new profiles, fixes, issues by Martin Brinkmann on November 16, 2017 in Hardware, Misc – Last Update: January 04, 2018 – 1 commentNvidia released a new version of the company’s driver for graphics card; the new Nvidia Geforce driver 388.31 WHQL brings Game Ready profiles for Star Wars Battlefront 2, some fixes, but it also introduces some new issues.As always when it comes to new drivers for Nvidia hardware, make sure you only install the part of the Nvidia driver that you require. Once done, remove any bits of Telemetry on the system as well.Tip: You can run the third-party tool Tiny Nvidia Update Checker to run update checks and download Nvidia drivers.The new version of the driver comes with new game ready profiles for the following games: Star Wars Battlefront II, Injustice 2, Destiny 2.It furthermore comes with SLI profiles for Eve Valkyrie — Warzone and Star Wars: Battlefront II., and 3D Vision profiles for Injustice 2 and Star Wars Battlefront II.The new Nvidia driver 388.31 introduces a set of new features, some useful to many Nvidia owners, others only for a minority.The driver adds support for the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Ti video card, and Nvidia GameStream support for HDR on Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system.Other features that it improves or adds are Fast Sync support for SLI for Nvidia Maxwell GPUs (for resolutions of less than 4k) and Nvidia Pascal and later GPUs (all resolutions), support for DirectX Intermediate Language (DXIL), and support for OpenGL 4.6.Several SLI profiles and 3D Vision profiles for games such as Middle-Earth:Shadow of Mordor, Assassin’s Creed or Snake Pass were updated on top of that.Nvidia’s GeForce 388.31 driver fixes several issues. Good news for users who ran into micro-stutter issues; Nvidia fixed one of the issues that was caused by GPU monitoring software that monitor GPU power when games are played.The three fixes below address special issues:[GeForce GTX 1080][eGPU][notebook]: NVIDIA driver could not find compatible graphics hardware on the Alienware Amplifier. [3D Vision Notebook]: There is no “Set stereoscopic 3D” link available in the NVIDIA Control Panel.[GeForce GTX 970M]Notebook][Pattern Design Software]: Objects drawn in the application are not visible.The new GeForce 388.31 introduces new issues that will affect some users. Windows 10 users on the Fall Creators Update version of the operating system may notice that color setting changes made in the Nvidia Control Panel are not permanent; they are reset after a system reboot or restart.Geforce Titan users will run into issues in which the operating system fails after installing the graphics card on a Threadripper-enabled motherboard.Kepler GPU owners may run into hangs in the Star Wars Battlefront II game when they launch the game in DirectX 12 API mode.Last but not least, GeForce GTX 780 Ti may run into display issue when the DisplayPort and two DVI monitors.The new Nvidia 388.31 driver can be downloaded from the official Nvidia website.SummaryArticle NameNvidia Geforce driver 388.31 WHQL: new profiles, fixes, issuesDescriptionNvidia released a new version of the company’s driver for graphics card; the new Nvidia Geforce driver 388.31 WHQL brings Game Ready profiles for Star Wars Battlefront 2, Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Related posts:Costa Rica’s environment minister promises action in wake of conservationist’s murder Costa Rica environmental groups still raising questions in Jairo Mora case Jairo Mora murder suspect posed with AK-47 on Facebook Costa Rican police sweep nets several suspects in conservationist’s murder probe Plenty of outraged environmentalists and concerned citizens have protested in the six months since Costa Rican sea turtle conservationistJairo Mora Sandoval was murdered, but some 150,000 people also were motivated to give.On Saturday, Todd Steiner, executive director of the Turtle Island Restoration Network, hand-delivered a $14,000 check to Mora’s family in Gandoca, northeast of the capital on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. The money was collected through a petition demanding justice for Mora’s murder.“It was an honor to meet Jairo’s family and express the world’s sadness and outrage over his murder,” Steiner said. “We won’t rest until the perpetrators of this horrendous crime are convicted, and mechanisms are put in place to assure this never happens again.”Mora was killed on May 30 while walking along Moín Beach collecting sea turtle eggs. Steiner’s group, along with several other sea turtle NGOs, also offered a $10,000 reward to anyone who could provide information leading to the arrest and conviction of Mora’s killers.Eight suspects are now in custody pending trial, but the NGOs said they would not release reward money until a conviction is made. Facebook Comments
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