Track stems can be extremely versatile when layering music in your project. Find out how to use them in Premiere, Final Cut, and DaVinci Resolve.If you’ve never heard of the term “stems” before, well then buckle up, because your editing game is about to become so much more powerful. Basically, stems are the separate instruments of a song separated into their own individual .WAV file, which can be used to manipulate the song however you like. This means you can lower the vocal track to fit in a voiceover, or even bring up the bass and drums if you want your song to punch a little bit harder.With PremiumBeat’s addition of stems to over half of their library, you now have the ability to master the music you put in your project. Today, we’re going to do a quick walkthrough of how you can implement these stems into 3 different NLEs: Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, and DaVinci Resolve.Downloading the StemsIn the PremiumBeat song library, select a song you would like to purchase.To make sure it has a stem package, click the “Download Comp” button to the right of the track. A popup will appear containing the different tracks the song contains, such as loops and shorts.At the bottom, if it includes “Stems,” then you are good to go.Once you’ve purchased the song, you will be prompted with the “Download Music” button on the receipt page. At the bottom of the download window, you will see the download options for the stem folder: either MP3 or WAV formats.Adobe PremiereOnce you’ve downloaded the stems package from PremiumBeat, unzip the folder and drag it into Premiere. From there, you see 4-6 audio tracks within that folder.If you select all of them and drag them in at once, they will line up horizontally, not vertically on different tracks like you would want them to, so drag and drop them one by one onto your timeline in their own individual layers. Make sure that all of the tracks are aligned so they sync up when played.Now, you can go in to each stem and mute some if you wish, or customize your track even further by adjusting each track’s audio level with the pen tool (P).DaVinci ResolveImport the stems folder into your Media Pool. Now, just like Premiere, you are going to have to drag them into the timeline one at a time to get them synced together.One of the cool features of Resolve, though, is that you have the Fairlight audio control panel to adjust your audio levels in full screen. To get there, just select the Fairlight tab at the bottom of the screen.The top section of Fairlight will show you the audio levels of each track, and you can dive deeper into each track’s settings in the inspector tab at the top right.Final CutAfter you’ve dragged your stems folder into the project window, highlight each clip and drag them one by one into your timeline. Again, if you drag them all in together, they will form in a horizontal line.Once in your timeline, you can drag the volume band up and down to control levels on each track.There is also the audio effects tab on the right that you can use to further customize your track.Looking for more articles on working with audio? Check these out.Creative Ways to Use Music Loops in Your VideosAudio Tips: How to Remove Vocals in a Song Using StemsTutorial: Removing Audio Pops and Recording Audio DifferentlyChanging the Audio Editing Game with PremiumBeat’s Track StemsThe Audio Ramp-Up: The Best Transition You Should Be Using
NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers LATEST STORIES Los Angeles took the lead late in the third quarter and pulled away down the stretch, scoring 10 consecutive points in a rally led by Clarkson and Randle. The Lakers finished on a 17-4 run.“Randle and Clarkson, they were killing us,” New York coach Jeff Hornacek said. “We tried multiple guys on both of them, but they took it to whoever was guarding them. That was a big key. We couldn’t get any stops.”Kristaps Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Michael Beasley scored 17 points apiece for the Knicks, who have lost 12 of 16. New York slipped to 2-2 on its seven-game trip.Despite a solid shooting game, the Knicks couldn’t answer the aggressive transition game favored by the Lakers, who put up their highest-scoring performance in two weeks.“They just played harder than us in everything,” said Enes Kanter, who had 12 points and 14 rebounds for New York. “They got a lot of offensive rebounds. We got a lot of turnovers. I don’t think we can play like this in road games and expect to get a win.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Clarkson followed up his 33-point performance Friday against Indiana with another high-energy effort. The veteran guard hit 12 of his 19 shots and added six rebounds.TIP-INSKnicks: Porzingis drew a technical foul with 8:04 to play for vociferously protesting a foul call against teammate Ron Baker. The ensuing three-point play put the Lakers up by 11. … Courtney Lee added 16 points.Lakers: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope also missed his second straight game with a right heel injury. … Kuzma jammed a finger on his right hand during the second quarter, but iced it and continued playing. … Brandon Ingram played through a mild left ankle sprain after the team determined he was healthy at game time. He managed 10 points on 4-of-13 shooting.BALL OUTWalton said Ball might miss several more games, but the club is hoping he’ll be able to travel on their five-game trip starting Friday. The rookie point guard also missed six games around the holidays with a sprained left shoulder. The Lakers went 0-6 without him then.TEXAS TANDEMCaruso is on a two-way contract that allows him only 45 days with the Lakers, and he’s keeping track of his time in the Notes app on his phone. He has already formed an impressive tandem with Clarkson, his former opponent in college when Caruso was at Texas A&M and Clarkson was at Missouri.“I’m getting better each game, but I’m just getting acclimated to (the NBA),” said Caruso, who has played 15 games in the big show.While Caruso feels his strengths are on defense, his ball-handling acumen allows Clarkson to be more aggressive in looking for his shot. The duo also is friends off the court. MOST READ Status woe: Cavaliers not planning changes amid slump Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Jordan Clarkson had 29 points and 10 assists, Julius Randle added 27 points and 12 rebounds, and the Lakers beat New York 127-107 on Sunday (Monday Manila time) for their sixth win in eight games.Kyle Kuzma added 15 points as the Lakers (17-29) continued a midseason surge of solid play. Rookie point guard Alex Caruso set career highs with nine points and eight assists, making the most of more than 30 minutes of playing time while Ball missed his fourth straight game with a sore left knee.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Lakers thought they did nothing spectacularly, but everything well — particularly on the defensive end, where they forced 17 turnovers. Los Angeles also won its fifth straight game at Staples Center after a 6-14 start to the home schedule.“Defense. That was the only message at halftime,” Lakers coach Luke Walton said. “During our home win streak, we have been really, really good defensively.” “He’s from Texas, I’m from Texas, you know what I’m saying?” asked Clarkson, who grew up in San Antonio. 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From a rice mill clerk and a farmers’ leader to heading the first BJP government in the south, B.S. Yeddyurappa has been a master survivor emerging unscathed through much turbulence in his three years in office before the Lokayukta report on illegal mining scam did him in.Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yeddyurappa (68), who completed three years and two months in office as the first saffron party chief minister of Karnataka, ushered in a bumper harvest for the BJP in the state during the 2008 Assembly Elections.Always sporting his trademark white safari suit, he was also briefly the chief minister in November 2007 before the coalition government with JD(S) collapsed following what he called “betrayal” by its leader and his predecessor H D Kumaraswamy.Yeddyurappa, who had to juggle with one crisis or the other, has shown his skills as a political survivor, overcoming adversities emanating from within his own party and the combined Congress-JD(S) onslaught to oust him over alleged land scams.Learning initial steps of leadership, development of mass base and human resource management from the RSS, it has been a fascinating journey dotted with many struggles for the devout Lingayat who believed that the gods are on his side.He went on to apply these pragmatic lessons in action when he decided to lead various mass movements in the state, highlighting the problems faced by landless farmers and bonded labourers.Yeddyurappa never misses an opportunity to visit temples when he is confronted by crisis but he was not lucky this time after he was severely indicted by Lokayukta Santosh Hegde on corruption charges. He was named after presiding deity of a Shaivite temple built by the saint Siddalingeshwar at Yedeyur, in Tumkur district.advertisementOn a couple of occasions before his fate was almost sealed but Yeddyurappa had the last laugh as he battled a spate of allegations of multi-crore land scams, nepotism and open violation of rules to favour his kith and kin.Yeddyurappa managed to rally round his party MPs and loyalists after remaining defiant and keeping the top brass guessing on his moves when he was once asked to resign by the BJP leadership.Yeddyurappa, whose end as chief minister once seemed almost certain, with a smug opposition and his detractors within the party triumphant over delivering what they believed were deadly blows, has managed to carry the day with the party asking him to stay on.A graduate in arts, Yeddyurappa once warned the central leadership that his exit would mean the end of the party government as well, a threat which made the senior leaders to do a rethink on their decision before to ask him to quit.Sometimes. he also brought out an ace up his sleeve, the Lingayat caste card.He belongs to the Lingayat community which constitute nearly a fifth of the population in Karnataka and also a strong support base for the BJP. He also managed to rally influential seers around him, and got them to support him.In November 2010, Yeddyurappa was alleged to have used his position as chief minister to unfairly favour his sons in the allotment of prime land in Bangalore triggering another round of crisis. On February 5, 2011, Yeddyurappa publicly declared his assets, and then challenged the opposition and the Congress to find any “black money”.Yeddyurappa, who began his rule on sticky wicket in May 2008 falling short of a majority in the Assembly, cobbled up a slender majority by luring opposition MLAs and independents who were made to resign and contest bypolls.His gambit called ‘Operation Lotus’ paid off in enabling the BJP to secure the majority in the 224-member House.But the troubles did not seem to die down with the powerful Reddy brothers, ministers and mining magnates – Janardhana and Karunakara – launching a campaign for his removal.The BJP high command’s intervention ensured his survival before another wave of dissidence engulfed his government.As many as 11 BJP rebel MLAS and five independents withdrew support to his government, pushing it to a precipice.This too he survived, winning the trust vote twice – the first one, carried by voice vote, called unconstitutional by Governor H R Bhardwaj forcing him to face another floor test which he won by 106-100 votes.Yeddyurappa, who was often at loggerheads with Bhardwaj, went down in the Indian legislative history to be the only chief minister to survive two trust motions in a week’s time.Just as he seemed to have surmounted the crisis with the high court verdict upholding the disqualification of 11 rebel MLAs coming as a shot in the arm, trouble erupted again as the JDS levelled a series of allegations about land scams involving his family.advertisementHe rose to prominence when he helped JD(S)’ Kumaraswamy to bring down the coalition government of Dharam Singh of Congress. Kumaraswamy formed the government with the help of the BJP headed by Yeddyurappa.A deal was struck between the JD(S) and BJP, which specified that Kumaraswamy would be the chief minister for the first 20 months, after which Yeddyurappa would succeed him for the remaining 20 months of the tenure of the legislature.Yeddyurappa was nominated as the deputy chief minister as well as the finance minister in Kumaraswamy’s government.However, in October 2007, when Yeddyurappa’s turn of becoming the chief minister was supposed to start, Kumaraswamy refused to resign from his post.This forced Yeddyurappa and all of the ministers from his party to resign and on October 5, he met the governor and formally withdrew the BJP’s support from the government.Karnataka was put under President’s rule which was revoked on November 7.During the period of the President’s rule, the JD(S) and the BJP decided to bury their differences and this paved the way for Yeddyurappa to become the chief minister.Yeddyurappa was sworn in on November 12, 2007. However, JDS refused to support his government over disagreement on sharing of ministries which made him resign from his post on November 19, 2007.Born to Siddalingappa and Puttathayamma in Bookanakere in Mandya district in the state on February 27, 1943, the BJP leader lost his mother when he was just four-years-old.However, his determination to rise above all odds saw him overcoming the personal tragedy and move on in life.Yeddyurappa, was elected as President, Shikaripura Taluk Jana Sangha in 1972, marking his debut in public life.His leadership skills got an early start when he became the secretary of the Janata Party in 1977.His forte in taking up peoples’ issues, was amply illustrated when he spearheaded a team of 1,700 bonded labourers to Shimoga Deputy Commissioner’s Office demanding the release and rehabilitation of such labourers.A farmer himself, it was under his leadership that the movement for upholding the rights of ryots who were cultivating on government land unauthorisedly gained momentum.This missionary zeal brought some sufferings too. He was imprisoned during emergency in India between 1975 and 1977 and spent his days in Bellary and Shimoga jails.In 1965, he got a job of a first-division clerk in the social welfare department but instead shifted to Shikaripur where he joined as a clerk at his relative’s rice mill. In 1967, Yeddyurappa married Mythradevi, the daughter of the owner of the rice mill Veerabhadra Shastri. He later set up a hardware shop in Shimoga.Yeddyurappa’s true political career began when in 1983 he was first elected to the Assembly and he has represented Shikaripur constituency from then on for five times.His leadership skills were recognised by the central leadership of BJP and he was made the president of the state unit twice. He was also the national secretary in 1992.advertisementThe “yatri” in him is always at work. To improve the lives of marginalized, poor and gullible farmers, Yeddyurappa has taken up many yatras through the entire length and breadth of the state.Born on February 27, 1943 Yeddyurappa has two sons and three daughters. In 2004, his wife died after falling into and drowning in a nearby well under mysterious circumstances. No case was registered.-With PTI inputs
Rohan Bopanna and his partner Pablo Cuevas knocked out fifth seeds Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram after a three-set battle to progress to the quarterfinals of the ATP Monte Carlo Masters event here.The unseeded Indo-Uruguay pair pipped the Protea-American combination 6-7(6) 6-4 10-6 in the pre-quarterfinals.They next face top seeded team of Henri Kontinen from Finland and Australia’s John Peers, who ensured exit of Novak Djokovic and Victor Troicki with a 6-3 6-4 win.The Monte Carlo Masters is fifth tournament Bopanna is playing with Cuevas and this is their best performance together after joining forces at the beginning of the season.Bopanna won the season-opening ATP 250 Chennai Open with compatriot Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and reached final of ATP 500 Dubai Championships with Polish partner Marcin Matkowski.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho fears that midfielder Marouane Fellaini will leave the Premier League club at the end of the season.Fellaini was criticised by United supporters for his inconsistent performances after arriving from Everton in 2013 but the Belgian international has since become a key figure in Mourinho’s midfield.United triggered a one-year extension in the 30-year-old’s contract at the start of the year, but agreeing a deal beyond the end of the current campaign is proving difficult.When asked if he was concerned about the uncertainty surrounding Fellaini’s future, Mourinho replied: “Yes, I am.”The decision, however, is out of the Portuguese manager’s hands.”It’s a discussion between the player and the board — I’m not involved in contracts or deals — and I respect both,” Mourinho said.”I respect the player because the player has the right to decide his future when he finishes his contract. And I respect the board because the decisions are not in my control. I adjust to it, wishing that they have an understanding.”Mourinho confirmed that United defenders Eric Bailly and Phil Jones will miss Saturday’s Premier League visit of Brighton and Hove Albion through injury.Bailly picked up a knock this month and has missed United’s past two fixtures, while Jones aggravated a thigh problem on England duty during the international break.”Bailly and Jones, they are out, but we are okay because we have (Chris) Smalling, (Marcos) Rojo and (Victor) Lindelof,” the manager added.United are second in the Premier League behind rivals Manchester City, who are eight points clear at the top and unbeaten after 12 league matches. However, Mourinho shrugged off concerns over the gap between the two clubs.advertisement”We cannot think about the gap to City, we cannot think about the gap to fifth position. We just have to focus on ourselves,” he said.”We haven’t yet reached 50 percent of the season, so let’s be calm. We have four competitions to play. Let’s go step by step.”
TweetPinShare0 Shares NEW YORK — After a week without a win, the Tampa Bay Rays were hardly shy about describing their celebration July 5.James Loney got doused with an ice bucket. David DeJesus banged away on his cymbals. Loud music thumped through the clubhouse.And it all started with Erasmo Ramirez.The right-hander pitched out of early trouble in his latest terrific outing against the New York Yankees, and Tampa Bay took advantage of some shoddy defense for an 8-1 victory that snapped its longest losing streak of the season at seven games.“At the plate we got going, finally,” Logan Forsythe said. “It’s nice to have a quality game.”Loney and Forsythe each had a two-run single for the Rays, who had dropped 11 of 13 while falling out of first place in the AL East.They salvaged the finale of a frustrating series at Yankee Stadium that included walk-off defeats in the first two games.Alex Rodriguez hit his 670th home run, the only damage against Ramirez (7-3) in six innings. Yankees hitters entered 2 for 27 (.074) against him this year and didn’t fare much better.“They have a bunch of big left-handed hitters, lot of power, and I think his changeup really plays well for him against these hitters,” Rays Manager Kevin Cash said. “He’s able to separate a lot with the fastball and the changeup combination.”It’s not just the Yankees, though.Ramirez is 5-1 with a 1.18 ERA in seven starts since May 30, yielding no more than two runs in any of them. He is 7-2 with a 2.17 ERA since joining the rotation on May 14.“The right pitch, the right moment. Good defense behind me. Everything just came through,” Ramirez said. “Just happy how everything is going right now.”The only bad news for the Rays came in a four-run eighth, when rookie outfielder Steven Souza Jr. was hit by a pitch on his right hand. He was removed in the bottom half and said X-rays were negative.But he received stitches for a “really deep” cut that left his pinkie numb.“I can’t really bend it too well right now,” said Souza, who will see a hand specialist in Kansas City and is day to day. “I’ll take some more lacerations if it gets us more wins, if that’s what it takes.”Ivan Nova (1-2) gave up four runs — three earned — and six hits in five innings, the shortest of his three starts since returning from Tommy John surgery. He has lost five consecutive decisions against Tampa Bay after winning six of his first seven.The right-hander walked three and threw wildly past third base on a bunt, allowing a run to score on the error.“I thought he did a pretty good job for not having anything,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “He just had a hard time throwing strikes.”Second baseman Jose Pirela, who entered as a pinch hitter in the seventh, made two errors on one play in the eighth. Forsythe knocked in two runs with a bloop single that landed on the right-field line beyond a drawn-in infield.Loney grounded a two-run single in the first and made a nice play at first base in the bottom half to thwart a bases-loaded threat.New York didn’t get another hit until A-Rod’s 16th homer of the season leading off the sixth.“It was more of a mechanical thing,” said Curt Casali, who caught Ramirez. “As soon as he figured that out, it was smooth sailing. … I was proud of the way he battled today because we needed him bad.”Casali had a sacrifice fly in the second following Kevin Kiermaier’s leadoff triple, which glanced off the glove of a rapidly retreating Brett Gardner in center field after he initially misjudged the line drive.“We didn’t play our best game today — both sides of the ball,” Yankees catcher Brian McCann said. “You tip your cap to Ramirez. He kept us between speeds all day.”(MIKE FITZPATRICK, AP Baseball Writer)
Transfers Socceroos legend Cahill completes Millwall return Ben Valentine Last updated 1 year ago 07:16 1/31/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Transfers Millwall Premier League Championship The Australian attacker will return to English football once again, coming back to the club where he made his professional debut Tim Cahill has made his return to English football, linking up with Millwall, the club where he made his professional debut.The club announced the move on Monday, confirming the Australia international will be presented to the crowd before Tuesday night’s Championship match against Derby County, though they have not announced when the 38-year-old attacker will be available for selection. Millwall, who currently sit 15th in the Championship on 34 points, confirmed the deal is for the remainder of the 2017-18 campaign. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “It’s hard to put into words [what it feels like to wear a Millwall shirt once again],” Cahill said in quotes published on Millwall’s official website. “I’m still taking it in now. The first thing I wanted to do when with [manager Neil Harris] was to walk on the pitch and in the tunnel and have that feeling again that brings back so many memories.”Once you go over that white line, you get a nervous sensation back that I had when I was a 16-year-old when I first signed here.”Millwall was Cahill’s first English club after leaving Australia as a youth player in 1997. He made his Millwall professional debut in 1998 and played with the club until 2004, making 251 appearances for the Lions and scoring 57 goals.Cahill moved to Everton for a £1.5 million fee in July 2004, and featured with the Toffees for eight seasons. He then spent three season with the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer in the United States before moving to the Chinese Super League for spells with Shanghai Shenhua and Hangzhou. Cahill returned to his native Australia to play for Melbourne City in the 2016-17 season and the first part of the 2017-18 campaign, before agreeing to a move back to Millwall. “The players will thrive off the enthusiasm that he brings,” Millwall manager Neil Harris told the club’s website. “When I played with him, I appreciated what he did. Since then, I’ve followed his career and admired what he has done and I know full well what he can bring to my dressing room.”Cahill confirmed he hopes this return to Millwall can help him secure a place in the Australia squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, with the veteran eyeing a fourth global tournament appearance. “I’m really happy,” Cahill added. “I’ve had a great career as a footballer, but to come here now at this stage of my career, with eyes on a World Cup place, it’s such a professional environment.”It’s familiar. Not much has really changed, which is surprising, but it’s nice to come back to where I was as a kid.”The romance of the story is definitely not lost on me. I’ve always said that if I came back to England, I’d come home. Millwall is where I learnt my trade and it was the most important learning period of my life — my apprenticeship in understanding football. “To come home to where it all started, it’s emotional, but it’s happy emotions, because you wish for it to happen, you want it to happen, but when it finally comes to fruition, it’s the perfect move.”
If Carlsberg did Christmases…The Ryder Cup made an appearance at Anfield today, but Liverpool fans have their eyes on another glittering sporting prize. The Premier League trophy is flickering into view. Get ready for the ride.Arsenal were supposed to provide a test for Jurgen Klopp’s side, a confident, improving top-six rival who would offer a thorough examination of the Reds’ title credentials. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Examination passed.Liverpool will go into 2019 on top of the pile, at least seven points clear of their nearest rivals after this, their ninth successive league win. If they make it 10 against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium next Thursday, Reds fans will be booking the month of May off work. Some already have.Unstoppable? They are right now. While their enemies flounder, unable to keep their composure and their consistency, Klopp’s side just keep on clearing hurdle after hurdle, ramping up the pressure each time they do. “A long way to go,” their manager continues to warn, and rightly so, but what a football team he has built.Twenty games, 17 wins, three draws, eight goals conceded, 48 scored, 54 points. This, in terms of points per game, is the best calendar year in the club’s history; 88 points from 37 league matches. Staggering.They were actually behind here, briefly. Anfield was stunned when Ainsley Maitland-Niles slid in at the back post to convert Alex Iwobi’s cross and give Arsenal the lead. It was the first time Liverpool had trailed in a home league game since facing Leicester City on December 30, 2017, 364 days ago.They came from behind to win that game, and their response to this setback was emphatic. Within three minutes they were level, within two more they were in front, by half time they led 4-1. Panic over.Roberto Firmino scored twice, Sadio Mane added a third and Mohamed Salah, for the second successive game, won and converted a penalty. It was the first time in the league this season that all three of the Reds’ vaunted front three had netted in the same game. Arsenal, bewildered, had no answer beyond anger. Unai Emery’s men were quite simply beaten into submission.This is a game that guarantees goals – the last 10 league meetings prior to this had brought 44 – and it is now the highest-scoring fixture in Premier League history. No consolation to Arsenal, who took Shkodran Mustafi off at half-time, perhaps as an act of mercy. Just as in 2014, the Londoners shipped four in a half at Anfield. This place does strange things to the men from the Emirates.Want a stat to underline Liverpool’s dominance? Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Gunners’ star man, had seven touches in the opening 45 minutes. Four of them were kick-offs.With Spurs, Liverpool’s nearest challengers, losing at home to Wolves earlier in the day, Klopp got the intense atmosphere he had wished for. Anfield bounced when the news from Wembley filtered through. It’s December, but there are times when it feels like April round here.Welcome to a title race. It’s been too long.Firmino, who had not scored a home league goal since April before today, completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot after the break, courtesy of a generous gesture from Salah.In netting, Firmino became only the third Brazilian to score a Premier League treble, after Afonso Alves and Robinho. He’ll leave a more lasting impression in England than either of those two, it’s fair to say. “Best in the world,” sang the Kop. They love their No.9.They love all their players right now, in fact, and do you blame them? This is a team that plays for each other, works for each other, one that supporters can be proud of, each and every week. “We are Liverpool,” they sang. “Poetry in motion.”The last time we heard that sung with such gusto, it was 2014 and Brendan Rodgers’ side were beginning to dream of being the ones to bring the title back.They beat Arsenal 5-1 that season too, but they fell short in the end. This one looks, at the moment, ready to go one better. It is only December, but May cannot come soon enough.Catch them if you can… Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the web
The province is investing in the Yarmouth to Maine ferry service to protect this important transportation link between southwestern Nova Scotia and the United States. The province’s Industrial Expansion Fund will cover financial losses for Bay Ferries Ltd. on its Yarmouth-Maine service to allow the company to maintain the operation for the 2009 season. The total amount of assistance will depend on the financial results of the service, but will not exceed $12 million. “Without this immediate assistance the service would not be able to continue,” said Murray Scott, Minister of Economic and Rural Development. “We are supporting Bay Ferries while we work with all partners to develop a more permanent solution.” Changes in fuel costs together with economic challenges in the United States and now Canada have had an impact on the number of individuals using the ferry service, particularly in the past year. New passport requirements also take effect June 1, adding to uncertainty over Canada-U.S. travel. A joint federal-provincial study will examine the transportation needs in southwest Nova Scotia to determine long-term decisions about the Yarmouth to Maine service. The federal government has committed $1 million for the study. “For the last 12 years, Bay Ferries and our employees have worked hard to continue this vital connection between southwestern Nova Scotia and the State of Maine,” said Mark MacDonald, president and chief executive officer of Bay Ferries. “For nine of those years, we proudly operated without government assistance, but now require support to continue to operate out of Yarmouth. Working with our government partners and the communities we serve, Bay Ferries is looking forward to reviewing the findings of the transportation study to put in place a long term solution.” Bay Ferries Ltd. operates the Cat high-speed ferry between Yarmouth and two ports in Maine, Bar Harbor and Portland. About 100 people are employed by the Bay Ferries service in Yarmouth. In 2008, 85,000 customers used the ferry service. “Yarmouth continues to be an important entry point between Nova Scotia and the United States,” said Mr. Scott. “Our recent investment in the Yarmouth International Airport speaks to our continued commitment to the southwest region and its importance as a gateway to Nova Scotia.” The province announced on Tuesday, Jan. 20, that it will invest $2 million to help re-establish air service at the Yarmouth International Airport. The Yarmouth International Airport Committee recently reached an agreement with Starlink Aviation of Montreal to provide twice-daily round-trip flights connecting Halifax Stanfield International Airport, the Yarmouth airport and the Portland International Jetport. The move will create jobs in the area and help to stimulate the local economy. The Industrial Expansion Fund is one method the government of Nova Scotia uses to support economic development in the province. It is key to helping industries involved in innovation and technology and contributing to a prosperous and sustainable business climate for Nova Scotia. There is considerable flexibility in the amount and type of funding it can provide.
By Chase LacyRabat- Moroccan entrepreneur Adnan Ouassini has announced that Secure Technologies Group (STG) will install a phone assembly plant in Morocco to be operational 2019-2020 and establish an STG Telecom Moroccan subsidiary. The company, specializing in telecommunications, home automations, robotics and high-tech accessories, was founded by the Tangier-born Adnan Ouassini in 2008 in California’s Silicon valley through his other company Technology Capital Invest (TCI). He announced the move to Matin-Eco that “Morocco is in full industrial development, illustrated today by major projects in the automotive and and aerospace sectors, in particular. The telephone assembly plant project is part of STG’s desire to support this dynamic as a real locomotive for the telecom sector, which still has great potential in Morocco.”He said that MAD 150 million would be designated for the project’s development for 2018-2019. STG will establish a network of 12 physical stores, the first of which will come to Tangier August 2019. Ouassini said production would be for the domestic and international markets, particular for the rest of Africa, and that he is seeking to improve Moroccan access to new technologies with an affordable variety of high quality products. He claimed that the the plant would directly create 250 jobs and indirectly 300 jobs. The company is partnered with RMA for a breakage insurance service. The company has agreed to a partnership with BMCE Bank of Africa for a 12-month credit offer for smartphone acquisition. Orange will operate as the distribution partner, and the Jumia platform will be used for its digital marketing.
“We have already identified two 300MW LNG-generated power plants that we plan to rollout. We are now projecting our power requirements for the next 20 to 30 years; we need to quickly move on to some energy options, which have less impact on the environment and LNG is one of those options,” Hakeem told Gulf Times on the sidelines of an investment forum hosted by Doha Bank. Sri Lanka is keen on importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar as part of government policy to shift to clean energy, Minister of City Planning and Water Supply Rauff Hakeem has said. The Gulf Times quoted Hakeem as saying LNG-generated power plants are going to be the next futuristic power generation option in Sri Lanka. As a matter of policy, Hakeem said, government is now moving away from thermal power to LNG, adding that Sri Lanka’s coal-fired power plants “have created a lot of environmental issues” for the local community.The Minister said energy would be among some of the sectors to be discussed during Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena’s planned state visit to Qatar in 2017 to boost trade ties. Citing the visits in the past to Sri Lanka by HH the Father Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani as well as HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the minister said both had expressed “keen interest” in investing in Sri Lanka’s real estate, infrastructure, and tourism sectors.“There is a free trade agreement that we are finalising with Qatar and hopefully that would be signed when the president visits the country next year. The free trade agreement will further facilitate better bilateral trade ties between Qatar and Sri Lanka and give better incentives to people from both countries to trade with each other,” Hakeem noted.The Minister said yesterday’s forum revolved around investment opportunities for Qataris in Sri Lanka in the maritime, aviation, education, energy, commercial services, tourism, manufacturing, infrastructure, and agriculture sectors. “It is a matter of Qataris exploiting the opportunities available in our country. The investment climate in Sri Lanka is quite good now and we would like Qataris to try and take advantage of that.” Asked about the number of Qataris travelling to Sri Lanka, Hakeem said, “A lot of Qataris have been coming to Sri Lanka as tourists. In fact, Sri Lanka has become a preferred destination for family tourism because we are a family-friendly country.”He added that plans are underway to invite a delegation from Qatar’s public and private sectors to explore investment opportunities in the country. He also noted that Sri Lanka can help Gulf countries deal with food security issues. (Colombo Gazette)
by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 1, 2012 4:49 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Bombardier taking steps to avoid production delays due Quebec rail plant strike MONTREAL – Bombardier is taking steps to avoid delivery delays for a series of railway projects, including subway cars for Toronto and Montreal, after workers at its plant in La Pocatiere, Que., went on strike Thursday.“We are taking all measures to ensure that we deliver on our commitments to our customers,” Bombardier spokesman Marc Laforge said in an interview.He declined to specify how the company will avoid production delays, but said all measures will be legal.The plant northeast of Quebec City is building the sidewalls and roofs for an order from Toronto for 420 subway cars, interior finishings for 706 Chicago transit cars.Other contracts for 100 multi-level New Jersey transit cars and 54 multi-level cars for Maryland transit, along with nearly 500 Montreal Metro cars, aren’t yet in production.A spokeswoman for the Montreal transit authority said it is being updated daily by Bombardier on the state of negotiations.“Bombardier assures us that for now there is no impact on the contract to build Montreal Metro cars nor on the delivery schedule,” said Odile Paradis.The union says 332 members of the Confederation of National Trade Unions began the plant’s first strike in more than 30 years over concerns about sub-contracting, pensions and wages.“We gave negotiations a chance,” Mario Levesque, president of the Confederation of National Trade Unions manufacturing federation, said in an interview.“We negotiated intensively hoping that there would be an end to the deadlock but after a long session last night the workers decided to intensify pressure by launching an unlimited strike.”The union said a company proposal Wednesday stepped backward on key issues of sub-contracting and pensions. It said Bombardier also hasn’t responded to the union’s monetary proposals, including salaries.Levesque said workers accepted concessions in 2003 and 2007 to preserve their jobs and he thinks a protracted strike will have an impact on deliveries.“If it last two or three months there will certainly be problems with deliveries,” he added.The union has long complained that Bombardier isn’t honouring its commitment to create hundreds of jobs at the plant, saying it is “outsourcing” work to facilities in Ontario, the United States and Mexico.Levesque has said the company has failed to live up to an agreement signed in February 2010 that the union says guaranteed that Montreal Metro work would be done in La Pocatiere. He said some of the work is going to Bombardier’s plant in Mexico while other components are being shipped to outside companies in Quebec and Milwaukee, Wis.Nearly 96 per cent of union members gave the union a strike mandate last Saturday. The last contract expired Sept. 30, 2011.Bombardier also faces a strike of Learjet employees in Wichita, Kan., that’s in its fourth week.Bombardier’s shares closed at $3.76, down four cents in Thursday trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Les mimiques labiales des singes à l’origine de la parole humaine ?Publiant leurs travaux dans Current Biology, des chercheurs autrichiens et américains suggèrent que les mimiques faciales et labiales des singes, plus que leurs vocalisations, sont susceptibles d’être à l’origine du langage articulé des humains.Des scientifiques du Département de biologie cognitive de l’Université de Vienne (Autriche) et de l’Université de Princeton (New Jersey, États-Unis) ont étudié, à l’aide d’une technologie basée sur les rayons X, des vidéos montrant des macaques communiquant à l’aide de signaux faciaux – notamment des mouvements et claquements de lèvres, un comportement commun à plusieurs espèces de primates. Ce type de communication ‘amicale’, n’utilisant pas les cordes vocales ni le larynx, se produit souvent entre mère et petit, par exemple.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Les chercheurs ont constaté que loin d’être une simple succession d’ouvertures et de fermetures rapides des lèvres, ce comportement est complexe, nécessitant des mouvements rapides et coordonnés des lèvres, de la mâchoire, de la langue et de l’os hyoïde (l’ossature supportant le larynx et la langue). Avec 5 cycles par seconde, ce mouvement est deux fois plus rapide que la mastication (environ 2,5 cycles par seconde).La parole humaine, en particulier l’alternance entre voyelles et consonnes, semble assez proche de ces signaux faciaux. Cependant, les chimpanzés émettent aussi des sons de communication avec leurs lèvres, en des mouvements apparemment contrôlés, volontaires, et peut être appris. Ensemble, ces données soutiennent l’idée que les origines de la parole peuvent résider dans une combinaison évolutive de la phonation “classique” (utilisant cordes vocales et larynx) et de mouvements rapides, appris, des lèvres, présentant des similitudes avec les signaux faciaux de nos cousins primates.Le 4 juin 2012 à 16:00 • Maxime Lambert
West Ham’s new manager is yet to name his backroom staff at the moment but he is set to shape his backroom team by bringing trusted sidekicks with him, including his trusted fitness coach Jose CabelloJose Cabello has been with Pellegrini since their days at Malaga and has since been an important part of Pellegrini’s set up and that is not expected to change anytime soon because upon taking charge at Manchester City, Pellegrini immediately stressed how important fitness is, saying:“The most important thing at the moment is the fitness and they’re working very hard with Jose.”Report: Rice is committed to West Ham not a United move George Patchias – September 4, 2019 Declan Rice is committed to his West Ham contract and not a move to Manchester United.In an interview reported by football.london, Rice opens up…The 64-year-old Iron’s boss is also expected to bring assistant manager Ruben Cousillas to join him as assistant manager at the London Stadium and others who have worked with the manager for the last 12 years are set to follow suit according to FootballLondonFitness coach, Cabello is known for his hard-working sessions where he likes to thoroughly simulate playing conditions within his fitness regime at football clubs.
Row over Grand Turk infrastructure reaches fever pitch in Parliament Recommended for you Related Items:airport, blue heron aviation, louis jennings, premier rufus ewing Beaches puts former Premier on blast about controversial pier Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 13 Jan 2015 – It was an impressive unveiling at the new FBO or private airport adjacent the Provo International Airport last night. Written on the faces of those attending the late day ribbon cutting ceremony was delight and approval which let tourism, business, police, civic and government leaders in for a tour of the fixed based operation which opened in November. The country’s leader and Tourism Minister, Hon Dr Rufus Ewing said he believes the addition of Blue Heron Aviation will help the Turks and Caicos to go from number three in the region for private air arrivals to number one. Louis Jennings, General Manager of Blue Heron and overseer of the 21 staff and 6,200 square feet of building space said the plan has always been to add to the luxury image of the TCI… his team he explained is the face of continuing that high standard. The FBO, financed by millions raised locally and which is a Signature Flight Support project, can accommodate as many as 40 medium to large corporate and private aircraft on the 12-acre tarmac. It also shows off a new side of Five Cays; taking visitors along a winding road just off South Dock road adjacent to CBMS, with a now cleaned up wetlands exposed. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Bishop says peace & prosperity is everybody’s responsibility at Law Enforcers Church Service
Want to meet those legendary call ladies?The Arc of Southwest Washington may be best known to this community for those sweet-as-sugar volunteers who phone residents politely asking after clothing donations. The donations “are our bread and butter,” said Michael Piper, the executive director of the Arc, a homegrown agency that caters to people with disabilities of all sorts.Now, you can meet the people who butter that bread. The call ladies will be on hand — along with staff, friends and clients — for the Arc’s 77th anniversary celebration and open house, set for 5-7 p.m. July 1 at 6511 N.E. 18th St. The event is free and open to the public; there will be barbecue, tours, program descriptions — and heartfelt invitations for volunteers to get involved.Greenway tourBefore all that, you can work up some appetite by touring Burnt Bridge Creek with the Arc and the Vancouver Watersheds Alliance, which have teamed up to launch weekly explorations of the greenway from a trailhead right behind the Arc’s 18th Street home. Those tours always get under way at 4 p.m. Monday. Plenty of parking is available at the Arc and the adjacent trailhead.“It’s been a great marriage between folks with disabilities and our environmental community, who teach us how to take care of the watershed. There’s been quite a lot of turnout for that,” Piper said.Then return to the Arc for food and celebration. “We want everyone to meet our staff and the people we serve, and help us celebrate,” Piper said.
The borough owns the surface and mineral estate of several parcels near Anchor Point, two of which were purchased by the borough for use by the Anchor Point Fire & Emergency Medical Service Area. The assembly passed the ordinance 8-1, at their meeting on Tuesday, November 20. Assemblymember Willy Dunne was the only vote in opposition. Hilcorp currently has oil and gas leaseholds of surrounding parcels and is working on production plans for the new lease area. The negotiated royalty rate with Hilcorp is 12.5 percent, with the intent that 9.75 percent of the royalties would be distributed as revenue to Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Service Area. Assemblymember Dale Bagley: “Oil and gas is what makes the Kenai Peninsula go around, and makes Alaska do well. I am happy that there is a well down there, and I support drilling anywhere on the Kenai Peninsula.” Dunne: “Considering the impacts of the oil exploration there, we heard lots of people talk against bringing an industrial exploration operation into a very quiet, residential area.” The total lease area is roughly 20 acres, and according to Marcus A. Mueller, Land Management Officer there will be no infrastructure above ground at any of the lease sites. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly approved an application for an underground oil and gas lease for five parcels of Kenai Peninsula Borough land in Anchor Point for Hilcorp.
An IndiGo Airlines Airbust A320 aircraft and JetKonnect Boeing 737 aircraft taxi at Mumbai’s Chhatrapathi Shivaji International Airport February 3, 2013.Reuters fileAviation stocks would be interesting to watch when trading begins on Monday. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council tweaked service tax rates on economy class and business class travel, which in the normal course, is not significant to spur air travel. Therefore, SpiceJet, Jet Airways and IndiGo-owner Interglobe Aviation are unlikely to respond in a big way.While the service tax on economy class has been reduced from 6 percent to 5 percent, it has been raised for business class to 12 percent from the current 9 percent. “Expect high growth rate in domestic traffic to continue in the near-term with further upside once the GST impact on the economy is visible in 1-2 years,” news agency PTI quoted aviation think tank Capa Centre of Aviation as saying.Read: Etihad Airways finds investments in Alitalia, Air Berlin, Jet Airways not paying offOn the flip side, carriers won’t be able to claim CENVAT credit on excise duty paid by them on aviation turbine fuel (ATF) purchased by them, since jet fuel, along with other petroleum products, has been kept out of the purview of GST. On Friday (May 19), SpiceJet shares closed 2.05 percent lower at Rs 109.70 apiece, Jet Airways at Rs 519.20 (down 0.56 percent) and Interglobe Aviation, at Rs 1,064.40 (down 2.97 percent). Other carriers, including state-owned Air India, Vistara, AirAsia India, Air Costa and Zoom Air are not listed.India’s 12 carriers carried 91.34 lakh (9.13 million) passengers during the month, up 15.15 percent from 79.32 lakh (7.93 million) flown in April last year and slightly higher from 9.04 million in March this year.Budget carrier IndiGo improved its market share to 41.4 percent for April from 39.9 percent in March, while rival SpiceJet fall to 12.9 percent last month from 13.2 percent in March.National carrier Air India’s market share marginally declined to 12.9 percent from 13 percent in March while full-service carrier Jet Airways (excluding Jet Lite) saw its share drop to 15.2 percent in April from 15.4 percent in the previous month. A SpiceJet Airlines aircraft at Bengaluru airport in March 2012.Reuters file
OnePlus 6 It seems like someone has pushed us into a mission of hunting down all the discounts, flash sales, and coupon codes that we can on the latest Android sensation, the beautiful OnePlus 6. So far we have brought you a discount code that got you OnePlus 6 for just $470 (that was sadly live for a handful of units, though) to sales that offered it for $499 – still a good discount considering the official prices.OnePlus 6 is back on Gearbest’s promotional price of just $489.99. The “OnePlus 6 6GB RAM + 64GB Storage” international model goes for over $529 officially and over $559 through third party resellers. However, you can now get your hands on OP6 Mirror Black for just $489 through this Flash Sale period.Get OP6 64GB International (Black) for $489.99 with code IT$MPOP64 | Original Nylon CaseUnlike the last Flash Sale, this is a code-only deal exclusively for Wccftech readers. If you missed out on getting your hands on OP6 because it was offered on so few units, now is your chance to get yourself this absolute powerhouse of an Android phone.OnePlus 6 has managed to receive some amazing reviews from both the industry and end users. You can check our review of OnePlus 5T over here, which would give you a peek into how good this phone really is. Fast and smooth software, barely any bloatware, trusted camera, and an amazing hardware makes this product one of the fastest selling Android phones of the season. We will soon publish our own review of OnePlus 6 and looking at our experience with OnePlus 5T, let’s just say we have very very high hopes.Get OnePlus 6 Mirror Black 6GB + 64GB for $489.99 with code: IT$MPOP64 (Direct Link)This Flash Sale brings you OnePlus 6 featuring 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage capacity. The 16+20 megapixel camera at the back ensures great pictures every time. Some of the other specs include (as copied from GB):Display: 6.28 inch 2280 x 1080 pixels screenCPU: Qualcomm SnapDragon 845 2.8GHz Octa CoreSystem: Android 8.1Storage: 6GB RAM + 64GB ROMCamera: 16.0MP + 20.0MP rear camera + 16.0MP front cameraFingerprint Scanner3300mAh BatterySensor: Gravity-Sensor, proximity sensor, light sensor, gyroscope, E-compass, accelerator, RGB sensor, NFC, hall sensorSIM Card: dual Nano SIM, dual standbyFeature: GPS, AGPS, GLONASS, BDSBluetooth: 5.0Bonus: Not up for 64GB version? Get 128GB OP6 for $569.99 with code GB$MPoneplus128 Share Tweet Submit
That would be at variance with the usual rule of consensus. Still, it could ease Russian and Chinese opposition to the “snap-back” principle.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. VIENNA (AP) — Moscow and Washington are close to agreement on a formula that bridges differences over U.S. demands to quickly re-impose U.N. sanctions on Iran if Tehran violates its commitments under a nuclear deal, officials told The Associated Press Tuesday.Such an understanding would resolve a U.S.-Russian dispute that threatened to scuttle an agreement meant to impose long term cuts on Iran’s nuclear programs in exchange for sanctions relief. Comments Share Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories Sponsored Stories Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Washington sees a “snap-back” mechanism that allows previously lifted sanctions to be quickly reinstated as a cornerstone of any deal. Ben Rhodes, U.S. President Barack Obama’s deputy national security adviser, told reporters last week that such a concept remained “the basic premise of our approach to sanctions.”But Russia opposes any automatic triggers.A permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, it has vetoed attempts by the U.S. and other Western council members to introduce such measures on other issues in the past. Opposed to such a precedent, it also rejects such a mechanism as part of the Iran nuclear deal now being worked on.The two officials demanded anonymity because they were not allowed to discuss the confidential negotiations. They declined to go into details on the eve of a new round of Iran-six power talks on the expert level in Vienna and ahead of a June deadline for a deal.But comments by France’s ambassador to Washington Tuesday hinted at the possible compromise being worked on.Gerard Araud said no structure was yet in place for snapping back sanctions but the basic premise would entail a majority vote of the five permanent Security Council members — the U.S., Russia, China, Britain and France. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Top holiday drink recipes