Arsenal manager Unai Emery says his side will test their progress when they face league leaders Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.Liverpool moved six points clear at the top of the Premier League after their 4-0 victory against Newcastle United on Wednesday, while Arsenal’s 1-1 draw at Brighton leaves them at fifth place and two points behind Chelsea.Arsenal’s form and performances have been inconsistent so far this season and Emery believes playing Liverpool will be a benchmark for measuring their progress.“It is a very big match for us and them. They are unbeaten this season and will be confident,” Emery told Sky Sports.“For us, it is a big challenge and a good test, of who we are and the difference between them and us.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“In the table it is clear but I also want to look on the pitch. We have had one test against them, at the Emirates, which we drew [1-1 in November].“We played a good match but I think in Liverpool it is going to be a different game to the one we played here.”
Twitter Email News As the April 7 ACM Awards approach, charitable music events surround the broadcast with insider tips and passionate performancesPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Mar 11, 2019 – 5:29 pm The 54th American Country Music Awards hosted by Reba McEntire is coming to Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, and surrounding the show are ACM’s four “Party for a Cause” weekend events at the MGM Grand’s Marquee Ballroom and Topgolf facility. GRAMMY winners including songwriters Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Josh Osborne, and singer/songwriter Darius Rucker are signed up to raise money for ACM’s charitable arm Lifting Lives and to make the April 5–7 ACM weekend unforgettable.McAnally, McKenna and Osborne will be part of the performing panel on Friday, April 5 for “ACM Stories, Songs & Stars,” along with GRAMMY-nominated songwriters Rhett Akins, Ross Copperman, Ashley Gorley, and Chase McGill. They’ll be sharing the stories behind works such as McKenna’s Best Country Song GRAMMY winners, “Girl Crush” performed by Little Big Town and “Humble And Kind” performed by Tim McGraw. ACM Awards Announce Party For A Cause Lineups acm-awards-2019-announce-party-cause-events-performers https://twitter.com/ACMawards/status/1104097881739444224 Facebook ACM Awards 2019 Announce “Party For A Cause” Events & Performers Rucker will co-host Saturday, April 6th’s “ACM Lifting Lives Topgolf Tee-Off” with Scotty McCreery, who will also be among the event’s musical performers. In addition to being a celebrity golfer, Rucker was recently named an official brand ambassador for the PGA Tour.That night at the Marquee Ballroom, the “ACM Decades” concert will combine evergreen classics with new favorites including performances by GRAMMY nominees Tracy Lawrence, Jamie O’Neal and Michael Ray.On April 7 itself, after the 2019 ACM Awards have all been announced, Big Kenny of Big & Rich will be hosting the official after-party with Shawn Parr. In addition to Big Kenny himself, GRAMMY nominated performers that night include AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys, Cassadee Pope and Brett Young.Additional details, tickets and special packages are available at the Party for a Cause website. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to ACM Lifting Lives, supporting music education and musicians-in-need initiatives including disaster relief, music therapy and more.ACM Awards 2018: Carrie Underwood Returns, Miranda Lambert Wins BigRead more
Amir SiddiquiPR HandoutAmir Siddiqui is ready for action with announcement of Tik Tok House participants before official launch of DON Cinema app, which is launched in presence of the top Bollywood notch celebrities in Mumbai this week.Being the creative head of probably the first ever reality show on OTT Platform, Amir Siddiqui from Team Nawab reveals the names of the participants of the eagerly awaited reality show. For those who have tuned in late, the reality show Tik Tok House will be streaming live on the DON Cinema App. Ajaz Khan and Danish Alfaaz are jointly hosting the reality show Tik Tok House.The names of the participants for the Tik Tok House are Faisal Sheikh (Faisu), Hasnain Khan, Faiz Baloch, Adnan Sheikh, Shadaan (Saddu 07), Shifa Memon, Sohu, Shayaan Siddiqui, Faizal Siddiqui, Soumya Daundkar, Kajal Jadhav, SRK, Ashima Choudhary, Sana Khan, Lucky Dancer, Nisha Guragain and Israil Ali.These millennial celebrities who are a hit with the present generation will be participating in show. They are also referred as influences of the new generation, having a combined tally of more than 100 million followers. Pen N Camera International & Yogi Films Entertainment Satish Kumar are the producers of the show. DON Cinema, promoted by Mehmood Ali is set to revolutionize the way we watch films on OTT platforms.Scheduled to be launched on July 5, DON Cinema will be offering over 2,000 International feature films across 6 languages. It has already stacked up a library of 70 Web Series as well as 5,000 hours of animation films from all around the world. Also, any viewer can watch a single film on DON Cinema for just One Rupee. No commitments of monthly or yearly charges. Pay as you watch!
At least six people were killed as a bus crashed into a CNG-run auto-rickshaw at Kashni of Tarakanda upazila in Mymensingh on Friday afternoon.The deceased could not be identified yet.Read more: ‘At least 40,000 killed in road accidents in 5 yrs’Tarakanda police station officer-in-charge Mazharul Haque said the bus rammed the three-wheeler on Mymensingh-Haluaghat road around 3:00pm, leaving five passengers dead on the spot and another injured.The injured died on the way to Mymensingh Medical College Hospital.All the victims were the inmates of the auto-rickshaw, including its driver.
FEMA/Bill Koplitz FEMA Encourages Survivors to Be Aware Of And Report Fraudulent Activities WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently became aware of potentially suspicious activity related to the recovery from hurricanes and the wildfires including fraudulent registrations. Extensive review of FEMA system security logs found no indications of compromise to the system; however, FEMA and its partners are taking necessary steps to determine impacts of the fraudulent activities and to implement long-term solutions. To address these instances, FEMA is notifying survivors, by phone or mail and is instituting additional verification and controls in cases where there was suspicious activity, to ensure that only eligible applicants receive assistance. DHS’ Office of the Inspector General (OIG) aggressively investigates allegations of disaster fraud after every federally declared disaster, and works with other law enforcement agencies to identify and prosecute individuals who take advantage of programs meant to help those in need.FEMA is encouraging disaster survivors from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, and the California Wildfires to watch for and report any suspicious activity or potential fraud from scam artists, identity thieves and other criminals attempting to defraud the government. In every disaster, it is important to provide information to the public on how to guard against fraud and report suspicious activity.FEMA remains committed to ensuring that all claims for assistance from eligible applicants are reviewed and processed appropriately. There are several options for survivors to report suspicious activity or disaster fraud. They can contact DHS OIG at 1-800-323-8603, TTY 1-844-889-4357. A fraud complaint may also be completed online at the OIG’s website, http://www.oig.dhs.gov, faxed to 202-254-4297 or mailed to: DHS Office of Inspector General; Mail Stop 0305; Department of Homeland Security; 245 Murray Drive SW; Washington DC 20528-0305. Survivors can also call FEMA’s Office of the Chief Security Officer (OCSO) Tip line at 1-866-223-0814 or email to: FEMA-OCSO-Tipline@fema.dhs.gov. If survivors discover someone is misusing their information, they should file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission through their website IdentityTheft.gov.If survivors have a question about their FEMA application, they should contact FEMA at 800-621-3362 (FEMA) or TTY 800-462-7585. ### Share The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is warning some Harvey victims of fraud. The agency is sending letters to some people that applied for assistance from FEMA letting them know that their application is being held up because of a potential link to fraud.A FEMA press release says an extensive review of system security logs found no indications of compromise to the system: A FEMA spokesperson says they’re not commenting on how many people received the letter or how victims’ information may have been compromised, but they do advise people that FEMA home inspectors NEVER need to ask for your FEMA registration number: They have it.All FEMA inspectors have an ID badge with an encryption chip, like most new credit cards.
(PhysOrg.com) — When you think about the design team for an ultra-fuel efficient vehicle, on that can get more than one thousand miles per gallon of gas; you probably picture a professional design lab outfitted with the most modern technology available and the best minds in the industry, not a group of school children. © 2010 PhysOrg.com UBC Engineers Create Vehicle that Travels from Vancouver to Halifax on a Gallon of Gas Nevertheless, that is the case. A group of students in the United Kingdom pulled from regional schools and universities recently participated in the annual Mileage Marathon Challenge near Leicester, England. Though, many of the students did work on the prototypes with the help of design or engineering firms. The goal of the challenge is to create a vehicle with a new record in as mileage efficiency as the vehicles race around the track. The cars, which are allows the cars to coast some of the way, sets a minimum speed of 15 miles per hour.Two of the cars came in at over 1000 miles per gallon. The winning car of the competition has a recorded fuel efficiency of about 1,980 miles per gallon and it was drive by Sam Chapman-Hill age 14. The car weighed about 100 pounds and was constructed primarily of plastics that were reinforced by glass. Another car, driven by an 11-year-old girl named Kitty Foster, reached 1,325 miles per gallon with a design that featured a Cambridge Design Partnership oxygen concentrator and micro-diesel engine along with some smart technology. The use of a GPS tracking system helped her to decide when to put the pedal to the metal and when to coast.While no direct prototypes are likely to come out of the race and onto the production line they do give car manufacturers a lot to think about. After all, if an 11-year-old can design a car that is this fuel-efficient then why can’t professional engineering and design teams come up with a car that can do better than 40 miles per gallon on the highway? This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further Citation: Students design cars the get 1000 MPG+ (2011, June 27) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-06-students-cars-mpg.html