Wednesday 8 September 2010 8:32 pm whatsapp Share Read This NextNew England Patriots’ Cam Newton says no extra motivation from Mac Jones’Sportsnaut’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofIndian Spiced Vegetable Nuggets: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofTortilla Mango Cups: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofBack on the Rails for Summer New York to New Orleans, Savannah and MiamiFamily ProofAmazon roars for MGM’s lion, paying $8.45 billion for studio behind JamesFamily ProofYoga for Beginners: 3 Different Types of Yoga You Should TryFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family Proof KCS-content BP admitted it made several mistakes that led to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill yesterday, but tried to deflect some blame to rig operator Transocean and contractor Halliburton in the first detailed report into the cause of the disaster. BP claimed in the report that “a sequence of failures involving a number of different parties” led to the explosion that killed 11 workers and caused 4.9m gallons of oil to leak into the Gulf and has cost $8bn (£5.2bn) to clean up so far.The oil giant conceded that managers at the Deepwater Horizon rig failed to spot unusual pressure levels and leaks in the oil pipe 40 minutes before the blowout. The ventilation system on the BP-designed rig probably helped the fuel reach the engine room and ignite, said Mark Bly, BP head of safety and author of the report. However, he added that Transocean workers also missed the warning signs, and that Halliburton’s cement work failed to properly contain the oil. Outgoing chief executive Tony Hayward said “it would appear unlikely that the well design contributed to the incident”, but other companies involved in the Macondo well dispute this finding. Transocean slammed the 193-page dossier, calling it a “self-serving report that attempts to conceal the critical factor that set the stage for the Macondo incident: BP’s fatally flawed well design. “In both its design and construction, BP made a series of cost-saving decisions that increased risk – in some cases, severely.”Halliburton also hit back, claiming it has “noticed a number of substantial omissions and inaccuracies” in the report, and that it had carried out work to BP specifications. All three firms could face colossal legal bills from those affected by the spill if found to be responsible. Tags: NULL whatsapp Show Comments ▼ BP gulf spill triggers new row
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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Euro 2020 MKD vs NED LIVE, North Macedonia vs Netherlands: North Macedonia to inflict a surprise defeat on Netherlands Senbere Teferi was second and Gidey third, both women also given 33:55; 2018 world half marathon champion Netsanet Gudeta was fourth in 33:56 with Dera Dida one second further back in fifth place. Chinta Yadav (36:34) sprung a surprise to finish third. Among Indian women, Sanjivani Jadhav won the race for consecutive year by crossing the line in 35:10 ahead of Parul Chaudhary, who clocked 35:36. Ethiopia’s Letsenbet Gidey darted into the lead on entering the stadium but, with 50 metres to go, Tirop still had plenty in reserve and emerged victorious in a thrilling five-woman sprint for the line. Sport News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sport News The Indian winners took home Rs 275,000, while second and third place finishers got Rs 200,000 and Rs 150,000 respectively. Tirop won in 33:55 in sharp contrast to the fast men’s race it was the slowest winning time in the history of the event with just two seconds covering the top five, with the Kenyan being followed home by four Ethiopian women. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeGrammarlyImprove Your Spelling With This Helpful Browser ExtensionGrammarly24/7 SportsIt’s Amazing To See How These NBA Stars Have Changed Since College24/7 SportsE! OnlineCNN’s Christiane Amanpour Undergoes Surgery After Cancer DiagnosisE! OnlineThe 20-year-old triumphed in difficult conditions as there was high humidity and temperatures touched 26 degrees celsius. “I was carrying a niggle in my hamstring so am happy to have finished on top, but I could have surely achieved a better time,” Jadhav, who finished 10th overall, said. SportSport News Ethiopia’s Andamlak Belihu Sunday won the TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2019 title by crossing the tape in IAAF Gold Label Road Race in 27 minute 56 seconds, just eight seconds outside his personal best and 12 seconds off the course record. Football SHARE Eight men went through the 5km mark in 14:11 before Uganda’s Mande Bushendich made an audacious early move just after the halfway point. Chaudhary, who was trailing in the first 2.5 km, said she was confident of a podium finish. Singh recorded the second fastest time ever for Indian elite men in TCS World 10K at 29:55. “I expected to run a fast time as there were so many good runners in this race, but I also expected to run even faster than this,” Belihu told reporters after the race. Halle Open 2021 Final: Ugo Humbert defeats Andrey Rublev to become champion ATP Tour Ethiopia’s Belihu wins TCS World 10K run, Kenya’s Tirop defends women’s title Football The TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2019 has a total prize fund of USD213,000, with the men’s and women’s winners each taking home USD 26,000. Agnes Tirop’s finishing time may have been more than two minutes slower than her course record but the 2017 IAAF World Championships 10,000m bronze medallist defended her title, becoming the first woman to win back-to-back titles in the 12-year history of the Bengaluru race. Sport News Previous articleGogoi, Sirimalla get top billings in Ramesh Desai TennisNext articleKerala’s Shalouf upsets Girish of Railways in Open Snooker Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. Copa America 2021 COL vs PER LIVE: When and where to watch Colombia vs Peru LIVE streaming in your country, India, Follow live update Among Indian men, Karan Singh aced pre-race favourites G Lakshmanan and Avinash Sable to win the race in 29:55. Copa America 2021 Euro 2020- Switzerland beat Turkey 3-1: Shaqiri brace ensure 3-1 win; Switzerland’s fate hangs on other Group results Copa America 2021 VEN vs ECU LIVE: When and where to watch Venezuela vs Ecuador LIVE streaming in your country, India, Follow live update “I would have liked to have run faster and I did my best but no one else wanted to push hard so I was just content with the win,” said Tirop. Tirop herself injected regular short bursts of pace during the next three kilometres but none were sustained, and they did nothing to break up the group apart from dropping Bahrain’s 2017 world marathon champion Rose Chelimo. Facebook Twitter Football Euro 2020, Ukraine vs Austria: Ukraine to ensure round of 16 berth against Austria, Follow Live Updates Tokyo Olympics: Dutee Chand, Hima Das among top athletes seeking direct Olympic qualification during IGP 4 Lakshmanan finished second in 30:02 while Sable was third in 30:36. By Kunal Dhyani – May 20, 2019 Football “Before the race, I had decided to be close to Lakshmanan because he had a good time on this course thinking that would help me to achieve a good time and a favourable result too,” said Singh who was preparing for the race since finishing third at the Mumbai Marathon in January. Bett1Open 2021 Final: Liudmila Samsonova beats Belinda Bencic to clinch title It was clear from the leisurely opening kilometres that this was going to be a much slower race than in 2018. A group of nine women went through the first half of the race in a modest 18:06, more than two minutes down on last year’s split. Viking Classic Birmingham 2021 Final: Ons Jabeur beats Daria Kasatkina to clinch title Coming into the Bengaluru’s famous Cubbon Park, eight women were still closely grouped together and that was still the situation as they entered the stadium for one final lap of the track. Ethiopia’s Birhanu Legese, the Tokyo Marathon winner earlier in the year and Tata Steel Kolkata 25K winner in December, finished third in 28:23. “I know my body well and knew when to pace, so I wasn’t worried about my slow start,” she said. Right from the gun, Belihu was prominent at the front of the leading pack, often forcing the pace.
First Quantum Minerals (FQMZ.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2014 annual report.For more information about First Quantum Minerals (FQMZ.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the First Quantum Minerals (FQMZ.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: First Quantum Minerals (FQMZ.zm) 2014 annual report.Company ProfileFirst Quantum Minerals Limited is an international holding company overseeing the extraction of copper, nickel, gold, zinc and acid through mining operations in Zambia, Australia, Finland, Turkey, Spain and Mauritania. The mining corporation operates six mines: Kansanshi copper-gold mine, Guelb Moghrein copper-gold mine, Las Cruces copper mine, Pyhasalmi copper-zinc mine, Ravensthorpe nickel-cobalt mine and Cayeli copper-zinc mine. Its subsidiary divisions have interests in evaluating and acquiring mineral properties, regulatory reporting, treasury and finance, corporate administration, and a metal marketing division. Copper is the main commodity mined by First Quantum Minerals in Zambia, and gold is a by-product commodity. First Quantum Minerals Limited is listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange
TAGS: Highlight The lowdown on the England-Wales clash at Twickenham – how did the sides shape up before their summer tours? England outscored Wales five tries to one to lift the inaugural Old Mutual Wealth Cup. Wales started the better, leading 10-0 after 12 minutes thanks to the boot of Dan Biggar and Rob Evans’s early try. However, Luther Burrell and Anthony Watson crossed to narrow the gap to 13-10 at half-time – and Wales couldn’t notch a single point in the second 40 minutes. Ben Youngs, Jack Clifford and Marland Yarde added further tries and had George Ford been more accurate with his goalkicking the scoreline would have made even uglier reading for Warren Gatland and his team.WHAT’S HOTFast and loose – To be fair, this could fall in either the ‘hot’ or ‘not’ column depending on your point of view! Neither England nor Wales had played for a couple of months and this match provided a decent warm-up ahead of the tours to Australia and New Zealand respectively. With the sun shining, they both kept the ball in hand, trying out various backs moves, but there were plenty of errors too – dropped balls, knock-ons, poor passes and the like.Open space: Wales’ Liam Williams tries to get past Jack Clifford. Photo: Getty ImagesIt was entertaining but both teams will need to tighten up their games before taking on their southern hemisphere opponents. England will be pleased with their clinical edge, if not the goalkicking, as it’s rare for any side to score five tries against Wales. They showed more creativity and invention than during the Six Nations, and will want to continue that development in Australia.Wales failed to capitalise on a couple of breaks and if they fail to take chances like that against the All Blacks, they have no chance of winning in New Zealand for those opportunities will be few and far between. At least their scramble defence prevented a couple of other possible England tries.Space invaders – Wales clearly came with a plan to close down England’s playmakers and George Ford found that out early on. On numerous occasions the likes of Jamie Roberts and Scott Williams put in big hits on the fly-half, closing down his ability to create attacks and distribute the ball accurately. It often led to knock-ons and loose passes.Trophy time: England celebrate with the Old Mutual Wealth Cup. Photo: Getty ImagesJonathan Joseph, too, had his space restricted and Wales scrambled well in defence too. At the end of the first half, England looked to have acres of space out wide after a turnover at a maul, but Liam Williams did well to tackle Anthony Watson before he left the 22, thus shutting down another England attack before it got started. In the second half, though, Wales found themselves stretched more severely in defence and when they managed to get hold of the ball, they couldn’t keep hold of it for very long. As Warren Gatland said post-match, they need to keep the tempo high for 80 minutes, rather than starting well and then dipping off.Family-packed crowd – Twickenham has become know as a bit of home for corporate types in recent years, but this game saw far more families in attendance – 10% of the crowd were children. There were plenty of fans who don’t normally have access to tickets for RBS 6 Nations games or autumn Internationals – and they clearly enjoyed the May sunshine, looking resplendent in white and red.WHAT’S NOTBiggar’s outburst – Jack Clifford’s try caused controversy in the 47th minute. The No 8, impressive throughout, broke clear from halfway to score near the posts and the TMO was called in to look at whether there was a knock-on from Dan Cole in the build-up. While the TMO ruled no, Wales – and particularly Dan Biggar – clearly felt it was the wrong decision, feeling Cole had deliberately tried to intercept the ball and had knocked it on. Of course players are not going to agree with every decision made by the officials, but the way Wales’ fly-half then remonstrated with the referee and refused to give George Ford the ball for the conversion is not the type of thing you want to see on the field. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Happy day: Marland Yarde celebrates his try – England’s fifth – against Wales. Photo: Getty Images Poor show: Wales fly-half Dan Biggar argues with referee Marius Mitrea. Photo: Getty ImagesFord’s kicking – In the first half alone, George Ford missed two conversions and a penalty for a total of 0% success rate from the tee. He’s looked short of confidence all season and this clearly came through as he took shots at goal. He started the second half with one kick from hand charged down and another missed conversion. In all, he slotted only one kick from seven – a shocking return. And the biggest cheer of the afternoon came when he slotted his first kick, converting Jack Clifford’s try from in front of the posts.The pressure was on Ford, with a lot of talk of whether Owen Farrell should wear the No 10 jersey in Australia. On this evidence, the Saracen has to start – he was faultless from the tee in the Aviva Premiership final and has been in sublime form in 2016, improving his distribution and running game no end. Although, Eddie Jones described Ford’s performance as “brilliant”, so selection might not be quite that straightforward!TMO check – It has to be said that Anthony Watson showed great awareness to twist and turn and stretch his hands above his head to touch the ball down when being tackle by George North. The decision of whether to award a try was put to the TMO and while one angle looked to show Watson touching the ball down on the line, others – not looked at by the officials – raised questions as to whether he was short. Surely all angles should be looked at to determine whether a try has been scored?Twist and shout: Anthony Watson twists to score as he’s tackled by George North. Photo: Getty ImagesENGLAND: M Brown; A Watson, J Joseph (E Daly 66), L Burrell, M Yarde; G Ford (O Devoto 75) B Youngs (D Care 56); M Mullan (E Genge 66), D Hartley (capt, T Taylor 77), D Cole (P Hill 69), J Launchbury, C Lawes (D Attwood 62), T Harrison, J Haskell (M Kvesic 62), J Clifford.Tries: Burrell, Watson, Youngs, Clifford, Yarde. Con: Ford.WALES: Liam Williams; G North, S Williams (G Anscombe 56), J Roberts, H Amos; D Biggar (R Priestland 56), R Webb (Lloyd Williams 66); R Evans (G Jenkins 56), S Baldwin (K Dacey 56), S Lee (R Jones 62), J Ball, AW Jones (J Turnbull 58), R Moriarty, Dan Lydiate (capt, J King 24), T Faletau.Try: Evans. Con: Biggar. Pens: Biggar 2.Man of the Match: Joe Launchbury Attendance: 81,128For the latest Rugby World subscription offers, click here.
ArchDaily Projects Canada The Drift House Proposal / The Open WorkshopSave this projectSaveThe Drift House Proposal / The Open WorkshopSave this picture!Courtesy of The Open Workshop / Neeraj BhatiaWritten by Alison Furuto Share The Drift House Proposal / The Open Workshop ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/344285/the-drift-house-proposal-the-open-workshop Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/344285/the-drift-house-proposal-the-open-workshop Clipboard Houses CopyWith shelters and settlements in northern Canada currently undergoing a housing crisis due to decadent construction and energy costs, the corresponding ramifications on overcrowding and deprivation have resulted. What the Drift House aims to do is hybridize the intelligence of tradition and technology of both housing systems to offer direction on future constructions in the Arctic. Designed by Neeraj Bhatia of The Open Workshop, this housing prototype for northern climates proposes a series of snow fences that passively utilize snowdrift to form a new dwelling type by calibrating the snow fences with differential mesh openings and height. More images and architect’s description after the break.Save this picture!Courtesy of The Open Workshop / Neeraj BhatiaWith insufficient core populations to support public structures, the typology of dwelling has attained the highest level of refinement within the Arctic’s unique climate. Pre-WWII indigenous Inuit Housing Types had embedded connections to the local landscape, its orientation, materials and fabrication, while embracing the nomadic Inuit lifestyle. With zero ecological footprint, these temporal dwellings employed opportunities from the landscape and atmosphere to form a complex shelter that negotiated thermal performance, local materials, soft construction techniques, program and cultural values. Save this picture!Courtesy of The Open Workshop / Neeraj BhatiaPermanent architecture –in the form of prefabricated Government housing– was employed in an effort to assert Arctic Sovereignty during the Cold War era by the Canadian Government. Despite instilling new notions of comfort and durability, this new housing neglected the cultural and sustainable intelligence of traditional dwellings. Importing a ‘southern’ model of dwelling, these hermetic containers were highly contingent on imported materials, energy consumption, labor, and transport costs, while forcing a transformation to the Inuit lifestyle that severed a connection to the dynamic landscape. These typologies have formed the template for Arctic shelter and settlements in Canada that still persists today. Save this picture!Courtesy of The Open Workshop / Neeraj BhatiaWhile the snow fence is a static infrastructure to protect roadways, it is manipulated to produce a precise pattern of passive snow accumulation from the dynamics of snowdrift. By understanding a malleable system, such as snowdrift, architecture can be formed in response to the landscape — calibrating, mitigating and using once ‘problematic’ environments in an opportunistic manner. Save this picture!summer planThe house is comprised of four nested surfaces formed of ETFE panels that create a series of climatic zones that are parasitic to the calibrated snowdrifts. The accumulated snow passively ‘builds’ part of the dwelling, while also serving as a counterweight to the light cantilevered structure. The nested thermal environments produce a series of thermal zones related to the interior program and traditional lifestyles. Save this picture!winter planThis hybridized space — a series of planes positioned in relation to a dynamic system, meshes high-tech thermal materials with the landscape (snow) to create soft thermal gradients. By using snow as a material, structural counterweight, and enclosure, the Drift House is able to passively accumulate a responsive shelter through the manipulation of a generic technology (the snow fence) to form new a typology of dwelling and construction. Architects: Neeraj Bhatia/The Open WorkshopLocation: Northern CanadaProject Research and Design Team: Neeraj Bhatia (Director), Tracy Bremer, Mary Casper, ZachariahGlennon, Alicia Hergenroeder, Brian Lee & Sonia Ramundi Funded by: Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, MIT Lawrence B. Anderson Award & Rice School of Architecture Faculty Research GrantYear: 2012Project gallerySee allShow lessAD Round Up: Architecture in New ZealandRevisited’Wallcano’: Collider Activity Center Competition Entry / Zohar ArchitectsUnbuilt Project Share CopyAbout this officeThe Open WorkshopOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsUnbuilt ProjectResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesResidentialCanadaPublished on March 26, 2013Cite: Alison Furuto. “The Drift House Proposal / The Open Workshop” 26 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
“COPY” Projects Houses Photographs: Aryeh Kornfeld Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Chile Casa Vitacura / Riesco+Rivera architectsSave this projectSaveCasa Vitacura / Riesco+Rivera architects CopyAbout this officeRiesco + Rivera Arquitectos AsociadosOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesvitacuraChilePublished on January 21, 2016Cite: “Casa Vitacura / Riesco+Rivera architects” [Casa Vitacura / Riesco+Rivera arquitectos] 21 Jan 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Howard Lake | 5 February 2007 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Institute announces results of October’s ‘Innovation Zone’ The Institute of Fundraising has announced the results of its second quarterly ‘Innovation Zone’ in which an independent panel assess new and innovative fundraising services or products.At the latest Innovation Zone, which took place on 16 October 2006, the panel assessed Long-form Direct Response TV (DRTV) presented by MC&C, and MoveforGood.com presented by Move for Good.Long-form DRTV is a 15-minute long direct response infomercial shown back-to-back in a 30-minute slot on a UK multi-channel television station at the time and on the channel chosen by the charity, with 82 channels to choose from. Repeated exposure is designed to build empathy in viewers “and results in conversion rates of 80-90% vs 30% from short-form DRTV”. Advertisement Tagged with: Digital About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Move for Good is based on the premise that, when donors move, they often fail to notify charities they support, resulting in lost contact for the charity and ultimately, lost donations. Home moving also sees a large amount of money being spent in a short period of time, which at the moment, charities do not tap into. Move for Good finds donors an estate agency that will sell their home and passes the donor’s details to the agency.The panel of Organisational members of the Instititute gave each product a rating on the scale of 1-5, (1*-low, 5*****-high).Long-form Direct Response TV (DRTV):Practical application ** Innovation ****Fundraising Potential ***Move for Good:Practical application ****Innovation ***Fundraising Potential ***Lindsay Boswell, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, explained why the Innovation Zone had been established: “Charities are often contacted by suppliers and agencies trying to sell them a new fundraising idea, which they don’t have time to investigate. That is where the Innovation Zone comes in. As well as encouraging new ideas, Innovation Zone acts as a filter.”The findings of the Innovation Zone Panel have been published in a full report, available exclusively to Organisational members of the Institute of Fundraising. A summary report is also available for other interested parties via the Institute’s website.The panel will re-convene in on 28 February 2007 to assess new products and services. The closing date for applications is 19 February.
About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 19 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Ireland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Overseas development agency trocaire has launched a new DRTV ad via agency Watson Phillips Norman. The new campaign, titled ‘Dream’ has been designed to recruit new regular givers to the charity with a 5 euro or £3 ask.The ad will be screened across Northern Ireland on UTV and C4 and the Republic of Ireland on RTE 1&2, TV3, SkyOne & News, GT4 E4, Paramount, Channel 6 and Living TV.Original footage for the ad was shot on location in Guatemala and Uganda this year, visiting urban slums in Guatemala and displacement camps in Northern Uganda. Howard Lake | 11 August 2008 | News Trocaire launches new DRTV ad