Mumbai University 2019: UG first merit list released, check all details here

first_imgMU UG first merit list 2019: Mumbai University first merit list for admission to first year undergraduate courses has been released. The merit list has been released online on the official website of the affiliated colleges. The merit list was released on June 17, 2019 at 5 pm. Interested candidates can visit the official website of the respective college and check the merit list.This year the Mumbai University received a total of 7.8 lakh applications from 2.6 lakh candidates. The document verification process for candidates who are seeking admission through the first merit list will begin from today, June 18, 2019. Candidates will be able to submit the application fee from June 18, 2019 to June 20, 2019. The Merit list was expected to release earlier on June 13, 2019 but due to delay in submission of MSBSHSE HSC marksheet the merit list has been released on June 17, 2019.Mumbai university UG first merit list 2019: Important datesThe first merit list has been released on June 17, 2019The second merit list is expected to release on June 20, 2019The document verification process will begin from June 20, 2019Submition of the application fee from June 20, 2019 to June 22, 2019The third merit list is likely to release on June 24, 2019Document verification for third merit list is from June 24, 2019Mumbai university UG first merit list 2019: Documents RequiredCandidates will require some important documents during admission. Check the list of the required documents here.Candidate’s passport size photographScanned signature of the applicantSelf-attested class 10 certificate/ mark sheet containing the date of birthSelf-attested Class 12 certificate or marksheetCaste certificate (if the candidate belongs to reserved category)EWS Certificate is a candidate is applying under reserved quotaSelf-attested copies of sports and ECA certificatesadvertisementAbout Mumbai University:The university aims to provide a free and conducive atmosphere for creative thinking and impart deep disciplinary knowledge with interdisciplinary bandwidth to the learners in order to make them problem solvers, leaders, and entrepreneursIt has a mission to assimilate and transmit the values of honesty, equality, human dignity, and inclusivityIt encourages making optimum use of available resources and investments through unconventional meansIt has an objective to undertake research in frontier and emerging areas to advance knowledge and through innovation turn it into intellectual property and entrepreneurship to accelerate growthIt aims to contribute effectively to the welfare of society, address the local and global challenges; respecting the culture, environment, and sustainabilityREAD:Yogi Adityanath alerts education department officials to not hold files for more than 3 days, strict actions to be takenREAD: NEST Result 2019 to be out today by 5 pm @ nestexam.in: Direct link to check NEST resultslast_img read more

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Kante & Drinkwater fit to face Roma

first_imgUEFA Champions League Kante & Drinkwater available for Chelsea’s trip to Roma Matt Dorman Last updated 2 years ago 07:14 10/31/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) N'Golo Kante - cropped Getty Images UEFA Champions League Chelsea Roma v Chelsea Roma Antonio Conte’s midfield could be reinforced by the former Leicester City men for the Champions League meeting with Roma Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is set to call on fit-again midfield pair N’Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater for Tuesday’s crunch Champions League clash away to Roma.The Blues can move five points clear in Group C with a win at Stadio Olimpico, where both of Roma’s league defeats have come this term.Chelsea 7/4 to win with dabblebet 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 Kante has been sidelined for almost a month with a hamstring injury sustained on France duty, while Drinkwater only made his Premier League debut for the club as a late substitute in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Bournemouth.The duo will come under consideration against Eusebio Di Francesco’s side, with the extent of Kante’s involvement to be determined on matchday.”We’ve recovered Drinkwater and Kante. When you’re out with an injury it takes some time to recover full fitness, though. [Victor] Moses will need some more time,” Conte said at his pre-match press conference.”Kante has trained with us. He trained also before the game against Bournemouth. I think it’s very important, in this moment, to speak with the player and then see his sensation.”There are two big games before the international break, against Roma tomorrow and then Manchester United on Sunday.”But I like to repeat that the most important thing is to go game by game. The most important game is tomorrow, against Roma.”‘If he is ready, he plays.’Antonio Conte on @nglkante.  pic.twitter.com/Ikaderu9lH— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) October 30, 2017Conte reiterated his confidence in the long-term future of Alvaro Morata, who on Monday stressed his satisfaction with life at the Blues having earlier voiced his desire to settle elsewhere.”I think Alvaro is a good person and is enjoying his time in London, enjoying playing with Chelsea, a great team,” Conte said.”And I know very well where he’s living now with his wife. It was the same building that I lived in last season. A lovely place, and not so far from the training ground.”When you stay abroad to work, and above all you work with a lot of pressure, it’s good to have your family with you. This season, for example, I solved this problem because my family stay with me and we’re enjoying our time living in Cobham.”We are enjoying London, enjoying this league. It’s a fantastic experience for me, for Alvaro, for every single player who decides to have this fantastic experience in a really tough league.”last_img read more

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10 months agoCasemiro ‘so happy’ with Real Madrid return

first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Casemiro ‘so happy’ with Real Madrid returnby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCasemiro is excited to be back in the Real Madrid team this week.The midfielder featured in the Club World Cup semifinal against Kashima Antlers.Casemiro said, “I’m so happy to be back playing with my teammates. It’s been a harsh lesson but I’m back now and I’m ready when the coach needs me. I would like to thank the doctors and the physios for how much they’ve helped me and the kindness they’ve shown. “They’ve been keen to get me back playing. Now I have to get back match-fit so I can play like I was doing before the injury. “We go away with the job done, we’re very happy. We have to respect the opposition, it’ll be a tough game. If they’re in the final, they’re there on merit. We’re eager to win the final because it’s a hugely important title for us. We have to head into this game as we always do, this club always demands the best.” last_img read more

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Virginia Tech DE Trevon Hill Reportedly Makes Transfer Decision

first_imgVirginia Tech helmets.BLACKSBURG, VA – SEPTEMBER 03: Virginia Tech Hokies players’ helmets rest on the field prior to the Hokies’ game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Lane Stadium on September 3, 2012 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)Update: Trevon Hill appears to be pushing back on the report of his transfer to Miami. Stay tuned.@TheStateOfTheU you probably seen this but pic.twitter.com/1yZrXPiqZO— #MakeTheCribGreat (@PhinsCulture) January 24, 2019Earlier: Although most of the marquee names in the NCAA transfer portal were quarterbacks, defensive lineman Trevon Hill also made the decision to leave Virginia Tech.Hill finished three seasons with the Hokies, registering 11.5 sacks, 94 tackles and forced a fumble.With the former Virginia Tech defender entering his final season of eligibility, he’s been actively searching for another football program to call home. Considering that he was dismissed from the team due to an incident with his coaching staff during last year, it’s imperative that he makes the most of his next opportunity.It appears Hill wants to remain in the ACC and also play for one of the best defensive minds in football.Christopher Stock of 247Sports is reporting that Hill is expected to transfer to the Miami Hurricanes.Manny Diaz has already added UCLA defensive tackle Chigozie Nnoruka through the transfer market, as he is clearly looking to add experience in the trenches.Via @247CanesFormer Virginia Tech DE Trevon Hill is expected to transfer to Miami pic.twitter.com/zJGK4KOsWm— NCAAF Nation (@NCAAFNation247) January 24, 2019After a very disappointing season back in 2018, the Hurricanes are looking to bounce back under Diaz.The main concern for Miami will be based on which quarterback wins the starting job. However, it should be noted that Diaz already landed Tate Martell earlier in the month.If Hill does in fact leave from Virginia Tech to Miami, he’ll anchor the defensive line for the Hurricanes and give Diaz the veteran presence he needs.last_img read more

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BIMCO Dry Bulk Fleet Tops 800 Mn dwt

first_imgzoom Driven by a drop in dry bulk demolition and a surge in deliveries, the dry bulk fleet grew by 2.6% year-on-year in January 2017 exceeding 800 million dwt, according to shipping association BIMCO.Dry bulk demolition was halved in the first month of 2017 when compared to the same period a year earlier, while total dry bulk deliveries reached the highest level since January 2013.As the fleet continued growing at 2.8% in February 2017, BIMCO informed that if the fleet growth remains above 2%, the dry bulk shipping industry “cannot rely on global demand to cure the oversupply caused by this fundamental imbalance in the market.”The shipping association said that industry actions, such as demolition, need to get back to the activity levels seen in the first half of 2016, where demolition figures balanced out close to 80% of the inflow of new dry bulk ships to the market.Despite an uneasy start to 2017, fleet growth will start to stagnate and BIMCO expects to see a supply growth of 1.6% for the whole of 2017.“We expect to see an increase in the fleet across the board for dry bulk shipping in the first quarter of 2017, in part because this is always the quarter with the most deliveries of newbuilt ships,” Peter Sand, BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst, said.Some 19 million dwt could be sent to the shipbreaking yards in 2017, less than the previous two years of demolition activity when the industry scrapped around 30 million dwt annually.Segmented demolition and delivery activityThe capesize segment breached the 2% fleet growth barrier in January 2017, after a constant increasing growth rate during 2016, since a 0% fleet growth rate in January and February 2016.This increasing capesize fleet growth is a result of capesize deliveries exceeding demolition activity. The first half of 2016 saw net capesize fleet growth of 0.3 million dwt and 5.6 million dwt in the second half of the year. In the first two months of 2017, the capesize fleet has grown by 2.2 million dwt.The panamax segment experienced a stall in fleet growth in the first three quarters of 2016, which led to a decrease in the growth rate. As the second half of 2016 delivered the lowest number of panamax bulkers in seven years, the demolition activity also stalled and the year on year fleet growth went from – 0.3% in October 2016 to 1.7% in February 2017.The handymax achieved the largest drop in fleet growth rates of all four segments, as it decreased from 7.2% in January 2016 to 4.9% in October 2016. However, it is still the highest fleet growth rate across all dry bulk segments, but shows an increasing willingness towards scrapping, as 4.3 million dwt of demolished handymax tonnage in 2016 was the second highest ever.The handysize segment saw the lowest amount of dwt entering the market in eight years, while demolition activity also dropped to the lowest amount of dwt in six years. Thereby, the dry bulk shipping industry did not reap the full benefit of the reduced handysize deliveries, although handysize fleet growth decreased from 1.7% to 1.5% during 2016.last_img read more

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Undercover agents target cybersecurity watchdog

first_imgNEW YORK — The Associated Press has found that researchers who reported the role of Israeli spyware in the targeting of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s inner circle are in turn being targeted by international undercover operatives.Twice in the past two months men masquerading as socially conscious investors have lured members of the Citizen Lab internet watchdog group to meetings at luxury hotels to quiz them for hours about their work exposing Israeli surveillance.Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert on Friday described the stunts as “a new low.”Who these operatives are working for remains a riddle, but their tactics recall those of private investigators who assume elaborate false identities to gather intelligence or compromising material on critics of powerful figures in government or business.Raphael Satter, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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Lisbon Court Sentences Moroccan Man For Recruiting for ISIS

Rabat – On July 9, the Court of Lisbon sentenced Moroccan national Abdessalam Tazi to 12 years in prison for his involvement with ISIS.The judge sentenced Tazi after the Portuguese court found the defendant guilty of recruiting young Moroccans to fight for ISIS. Most of the young men recruited by Tazi were of Moroccan nationality.The 65-year-old Moroccan national was convicted on seven charges. Besides recruiting fighters for ISIS, he was found guilty of providing financial support to the terrorist group via forged credit cards. However, the public prosecution office failed to find evidence proving Tazi’s direct affiliation with the leaders of ISIS. During the hearing, the prosecutor recognized that Tazi was a highly intelligent person who had been able to bring Moroccan citizens to Portugal with the intention of sending them to Syria.Tazi’s lawyer, Lopez Guerrero, told reporters that he was surprised to hear the verdict, stating that he was considering an appeal. “He was acquitted of belonging to an international terrorist organization, but he was convicted of recruiting people to an organization he does not belong to,” he added. read more

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Darfur after ouster of aid groups UN focuses on minimizing immediate risks

13 March 2009The United Nations system is focusing on the immediate risks posed to the 4.7 million people dependent on humanitarian aid in Sudan’s war-racked Darfur region after the ordered expulsion of 13 aid groups, a spokesperson for the Organization said today. At the same time, UN officials continued to press for the reversal of the decision of the Sudanese Government on expelling the non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which came immediately after the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for President Omar Al-Bashir last week for alleged crimes committed in the region.Fighting between Government troops, their allied militias and rebels has led to the deaths of an estimated 300,000 people and displaced some three million more in Darfur since 2003.The results of an ongoing joint UN-Sudanese mission to assess current needs will be made public next week after it competes its work on 18 March, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.Meanwhile, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) said that the planned distribution of two months rations to the 1.1 million people who had been served by the expelled by partner NGOs would begin in the coming days, probably Sunday or afterward.The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), which is concerned by the impact on the quality and the distribution of water, said it was working with the Government and its UN partners to meet immediate needs and to assure the most urgent needs could be met for up to three months. An urgent priority of the World Health Organization (WHO) is containing the spread of a meningitis outbreak in the Kalma Camp in southern Darfur. Fifty-four cases, four of them fatal, have already been diagnosed.Meningitis is very dangerous, especially in crowded areas, WHO pointed out, warning that if people are not immunized rapidly, the disease would spread.The health agency said its work is made much more difficult because some of the expelled NGOs had been doing surveillance and detection of such outbreaks on a daily and weekly basis. They are also on the frontline of the fight against malnutrition and water-borne and insect-borne diseases, and worked actively on reproductive health issues, WHO said. read more

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Weak global conditions to keep Canada in slow lane until 2013 OECD

The risk of a new major (global) contraction cannot be ruled outOTTAWA — With global conditions weakening, Canada’s economy will remain in the slow growth lane until the middle of next year, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development predicts in a new forecast.The OECD projects Canada’s economy will grow by 1.5% in the final three months of this year, and advance only 1.8% in 2013.Next year’s projection is half a point below the Bank of Canada’s official forecast, although the two institutions agree that 2014 will see an improvement to 2.4% growth.The Bank of Canada may need to raise its benchmark lending rate by the second half of next year to avoid inflation, the OECD said.While growth will remain “moderate” until the middle of 2013, “economic slack is not large,” the OECD said.Canadian household debt has surged to a record amid low interest rates, prompting policy makers to warn of risks to the country’s financial system.The OECD said the tightening of mortgage-insurance rules by the government in June will cool house prices. “If housing- market imbalances worsen, the government should respond with further macro-prudential measures,” the OECD said, referring to regulatory steps rather than monetary action.Overall, the Paris-based organization’s analysis mirrors that of the Canadian central bank and that of many private sector economists in most respects.The OECD blames weak export markets abroad, government austerity and high household indebtedness at home as the key reasons for the lacklustre projections.But its outlook for Canada is still far stronger than for Europe, which is expected to remain in recession through most of 2013.And Canada’s growth rates are stronger than the average in the 34 nations of the OECD, which includes most of the industrialized world.While the international organization does not see the Canadian economy slumping, it cautions that policy-makers should be prepared for shocks.“Federal and provincial budget consolidation is needed and welcome, but if new shocks were to weaken underlying growth materially, the pace of debt reduction should be slowed,” the report states.The report’s outlook for the world is decidedly bleaker than for Canada, pointing out that after five years of crisis, the global economy is again weakening, and risks proliferate.“The risk of a new major contraction cannot be ruled out,” said Pier Carlo Padoan, the OECD’s chief economist, citing the ongoing recession in the euro area, a below-par economy in the U.S., and a slowdown in many emerging markets.Referring to the problems in Europe, he said it is “not difficult to imagine a situation in which something goes wrong.”If that happened, Canada would be impacted through the trade, financial market and confidence channels, the OECD said, but noted that the country is much more dependent on the U.S., whose economy is better balanced.In fact, the OECD anticipates the U.S. will speed up faster than Canada’s next year at 2% and in 2014, at 2.8% growth.Because the U.S. is starting from further behind, Canada will still maintain an advantage in the recovery over its southern neighbour, however. For instance, the organization projects Canada’s unemployment rate will fall below 7% by 2014, while in the U.S., it is expected to remain close to 8%.With files from Bloomberg read more

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Four Sri Lankan refugees detained with coral reefs

The seized coral reef and the arrested refugees were handed over to the Forest Department for further action. The arrested refugees were; S. Selvakumar (28), S. Anandaraja (48), I. Parthiban (20) and C. Diwakaran (21). Coral reefs weighing about 20 kg were seized from four Sri Lankan refugees by the Q Branch police in the Kanyakumari district in Tamil Nadu, India.The Hindu newspaper quoted police sources as saying that the coral reefs were seized during the regular raid conducted by the Q branch police in the refugee camp at Kozhiporvilai near Kaliyakavilai. The refugees reportedly confessed to the police that they brought the coral reef banned under the Schedule I of the Wildlife Act from Vizhinjam Fishing Harbour in Kerala for using them in fish tanks. read more

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