Noida admin penalises 17 private schools for charging excessive fees

first_imgNoida (UP): The district authorities have imposed a penalty of Rs 8.30 lakh on 17 private schools for charging excessive fees from students, officials said Saturday.The maximum penalty of Rs 1 lakh was imposed on Jagran Public School, Noida, the Gautam Buddh Nagar administration said in a statement. Rs 75,000 penalty was imposed on eight schools: CLM Public School, Gagan Public School, Greater Heights Public School, Dharm Public School (all four in Greater Noida), Grads International School, Shri Ravi Shankar Vidya Mandir, Karl Huber (all three in Noida) and SD Public School in Bhangel, it said. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in Denmark”Altogether a penalty of Rs 8.30 lakh was imposed on 17 schools following a decision of the District Fees Regulatory Committee under provisions of the Uttar Pradesh Fees Regulation Act for Self Financed Schools 2018,” it said. Vishwa Bharti Public School in Noida have been asked to pay a penalty of Rs 50,000, while Ramagya Public School Rs 20,000, the administration said. Six schools Rockwood, G D Goenka, Modern Public School, Acent International, APJ International and Ryan International were penalised Rs 10,000 each, it added. Amid complaints of excessive fees in private schools by thousands of parents and guardians of children, the Uttar Pradesh government had in September 2018 asked all districts to set up a fees regulatory committee to take cognisance of such matters.last_img read more

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Stormy Daniels to make stop in Kamloops BC nightclub for book tour

first_imgKAMLOOPS, B.C. — American adult film star and author of a tell-all book about her alleged affair with U.S. President Donald Trump is coming to Kamloops, B.C.Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, will be holding a meet and greet at the Duchess nightclub on June 2 to promote her book “Full Disclosure.”The city in south central B.C. is the only Canadian stop listed on Daniels’ website.Riis Ingalls, an event promoter with the club, says it’s an opportunity for fans to hear her speak, get photos and autographs.In 2018, Daniels became embroiled in a legal dispute with Trump and his lawyer Michael Cohen.Trump and his surrogates allegedly paid $130,000 to silence Daniels about an affair she says she had with him in 2006. (CHNL)The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Thurgood Marshall College Fund Celebrates 30th Anniversary Year With BlackTie Awards Gala

first_imgThe Thurgood Marshall College Fund is celebrating 30 years as the premier organization for advocating, supporting and investing in our nation’s publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HCBUs) and Predominantly Black Colleges and Universities (PBIs) at its 30th Anniversary Awards Gala, October 23, 2017 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.The Gala recognizes individuals who have been leaders in their industries and represent the legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall. This year TMCF will honor TIAA President and Chief Executive Officer, Roger W. Ferguson, Jr. as CEO of the Year, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Partner Richard S. Lincer with the Thurgood Marshall Legacy Award, and Delaware State University President, Dr. Harry Lee Williams with the Educational Leadership Award.In addition to the corporate CEOs, congressional members, and other key education influencers coming out to help celebrate this special occasion, the attendance will include over 500 HBCU students, presidents, chancellors, faculty, and middle and high school scholars who were all attendees for TMCF’s award-winning Leadership Institute, which precedes the gala. Additionally, celebrity guests, Jussie Smollett, Vivica A. Fox, Darryl M. Bell, Miss USA 2016 Deshauna Barber, Kevin Frazier, and Hall of Famer and NBA Cares Ambassador Bob Lanier will be in attendance.“For 30 years TMCF has been a beacon of light for so many deserving students and our member-schools,” said TMCF President & CEO Johnny C. Taylor Jr. “This year’s honorees exemplify the very best in Corporate America, law and higher education. We’re able to develop minds and deliver dreams through the support of our generous partners and friends who understand that without money, there is no mission.”The proceeds from the black-tie gala will enable TMCF to continue its 30-year vision of changing the world, one leader at a time. TMCF’s gala is one of Washington DC’s largest, non-political, annual fundraising events, raising millions of dollars for its member-schools since its inception in 1987.For more information about TMCF, the Gala or this year’s honorees, please visit www.tmcf.org/gala.last_img read more

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Justice for Colten rallies sweep across the country

first_imgDrummers smudge, sing Mi’kmaq Honour Song at Halifax #JusticeForColten rally @APTNNews pic.twitter.com/R5DsNO7XOW— Justin Brake (@JustinBrakeNews) February 10, 2018 Over 1000 people at Justice for Colten Boushie in Saskatoon pic.twitter.com/CF8GaDxHku— Chris Stewart (@aptnchris) February 10, 2018 ‘There was no justice served here today’: Jade Tootoosis spoke Friday night after Gerald Stanley acquitted in shooting death of her cousin, Colten Boushie #JusticeForColtenBoushie pic.twitter.com/ir0oFzs46M— APTN National News (@APTNNews) February 10, 2018 A look at the Winnipeg rally in support of #JusticeForColtenBoushie – Photos from @bhobs22 pic.twitter.com/UPM5J0n8VY— APTN National News (@APTNNews) February 10, 2018 APTN National News reporter Brittany Hobson covered the Winnipeg rally, it started at the Oodeena Circle and ending at the Law Courts of Winnipeg and to the RCMP “D” Division. Skookamina Marchand from the Syllx FN #JusticeForColten @APTNInvestigate @APTNNews pic.twitter.com/Gx7zfAAuoN— Robert Anson Smith (@kingcomeVJ) February 10, 2018 APTN Investigates reporter Rob Smith was at the rally in Vancouver. Martha Troian APTN Investigates At the Lil’ Bans Hockey Tournament in Dryden, Ont., players participated in a moment of silence for the injustices and racism thath Indigenous face and pray for healing and the coming together of all people. Rallies planned as calls for change follow Saskatchewan verdict https://t.co/2y564PmsEI @katmarte #JusticeForColtenBoushie pic.twitter.com/Fy1W3bSXjL— APTN National News (@APTNNews) February 10, 2018 Many drums out today. Asking for change. @APTNNews @APTNInvestigate #mb #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/sEUd0mDCyE— Martha Troian (@ozhibiiige) February 10, 2018 On February 14th, 2pm CST, InFocus will take a look at rural racism in Canada and the Gerald Stanley and Colten Boushie case. At least 100 ppl + counting have come together in #tbay after Gerald Stanley was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of young #ColtenBoushie in SK. @APTNNews pic.twitter.com/1OYM8EBlcH— Willow Fiddler (@WillowBlasizzo) February 10, 2018 #JusticeForColten #IdleNoMore #Toronto pic.twitter.com/wQ5YIWp52V— Beverly Andrews (@APTNBeverly) February 10, 2018 Over 1000 people showed up at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Saskatoon to show solidarity and support for the Boushie and Baptiste family. APTN National News reporter Chris Stewart was there.center_img APTN Investigates reporter, Martha Troian attended Winnipeg’s rally at the RCMP “D” Division. Participants chanted, “No Justice, No Peace” after the drumming. Many supporters adorned with signs to their backs with words that read, ‘Justice for Colten.’ More photos by APTN National News reporter Brittany Hobson. Tim Fontaine from The Laughing Drum with APTN was at the rally in Winnipeg. Is there a problem with racism in rural Canada? #StanleyTrial pic.twitter.com/nAmshU2zWQ— APTN InFocus (@APTNInFocus) February 10, 2018 On the eve before several rallies unravelled across the country, Jade Tootoosis is seen here after the verdict was read declaring Gerald Stanley not guilty in the shooting of Tootoosis’s cousin, Colten Boushie. Tootoosis told the crowd the family will fight for an appeal. Arms joined in a moment of silence at the #LilBands hockey tourney in Dryden for #ColtenBoushie + the “injustices + racism” across the country incl deaths of Joey Knapaysweet + Agnes Sutherland fr Fort Albany FN after altercations w Timmins police. @APTNNews pic.twitter.com/LXCZEOiVK4— Willow Fiddler (@WillowBlasizzo) February 11, 2018 #justiceforcolten rally, Winnipeg pic.twitter.com/Q0BNRjzvUw— Tim Fontaine (@anishinaboy) February 10, 2018 Hundreds of supporters, of all ages, march through downtown Vancouver calling for justice for Colten Boushie. pic.twitter.com/B0lfg4wh31— Brittany Hobson (@bhobs22) February 10, 2018 Supporters from Halifax gathered outside of the court house, many of them holding candles and drums. APTN National News reporter Justin Brake and APTN Investigates reporter Trina Roache were at the event. David Dennis wants you to remember Colten as a little baby. #JusticeForColten @APTNNews @@APTNInvestigate pic.twitter.com/KePZXFCQh8— Robert Anson Smith (@kingcomeVJ) February 10, 2018 Many people on Twitter used the hashtag #JusticeforColten and the hashtag #IdleNoMore was also seen. APTN National News reporter Beverly Andrews was at Toronto’s rally, at least 200 people attended Nathan Phillips Square. Supporters in Thunder Bay called for justice for Colten Boushie. APTN National News reporter Willow Fiddler was there.last_img read more

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the

first_imgTORONTO – Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:Looking for the next rate signalBank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz speaks at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University on Tuesday. Deputy governor Timothy Lane warned Thursday of serious consequences related to steel and aluminum tariffs, despite reassuring trade news out of the United States, as he sent signals the bank’s in no rush to raise interest rates.Unrest in the oil patchTim McMillan, president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers speaks to the Canadian Club of Calgary on Monday. McMillan has been raising the alarm over regulatory confusion in the energy sector, which has delayed pipeline projects such as the Trans Mountain expansion and contributed to bottlenecks and steeper-than-usual discounts on Canadian oilsands crude.Looking to turn the pageEmpire Company Ltd., parent of grocer Sobeys, discusses fourth-quarter and year-end results on Wednesday. The Sobeys brand has made news lately, first with allegations in December that it was part of a nation-wide bread price-fixing conspiracy, and more recently when it made a last-minute break with a series of “wellness’” expositions in February that included a man convicted in the death of his toddler.Quebecor resultQuebecor Inc. discusses fourth-quarter and year-end results on Wednesday. The Montreal-based media conglomerate filed a motion in Quebec Superior Court in February in stop a decree that gives $10 million in repayable financial assistance to rival Groupe Capitales Medias, which Quebecor CEO Pierre Karl Peladeau calls “blatant favouritism” on behalf of the government.The month in manufacturingStatistics Canada releases the monthly survey of manufacturing for January on Friday. Manufacturing sales for December were down 0.3 per cent from a revised record high for November, and January figures are expected to be buffeted by the contrary forces of U.S. tax reform and protectionist sentiment from Donald Trump’s White House.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version referred to revelations that Sobeys was part of a bread price-fixing conspiracy. The allegations have not been proven.last_img read more

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Cancer sees alarming increase

The number of patients affected by various types of cancer in Sri Lanka has alarmingly increased since 2009, the government information department quoted the Ministry of Health as saying.It said that around 14,000 cases had been detected since 2009 and it has reached an annual figure of 20,000. The Director of the National Cancer Control Programme Dr. Miss Neelamani Paranagama said that preventive measures and early detection of the deadly disease are vey important since there are around 60,000 cancer patients in the country at present. She said that many people have a tendency to have cancer due to unhealthy lifestyles, congenital and hereditary defects and abnormality in the genes. She said that chewing betel, smoking and consumption of liquor are main causes for oral, lung and brain cancers.Dr. Paranagama said that about 90 per cent of the oral cancer cases were due to chewing betel.with lime, tobacco and arecanut which contain substances that could cause cancer. The Ministry said 10 types of cancers such as oral, cervical, thyroid, esophagus, lung, womb, breast, rectum, brain, blood, and prostrate are common in Sri Lanka. read more

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This could be Irelands library of the future but why the controversy

first_imgThe library staff are hugely apprehensive anyway because this is a new model of what a public library service can be so to deal with so much criticism on a daily basis is difficult – especially with shrinking resources, staffing levels, big pay cuts, and yet people working more and more.But she believes that when it opens – it’s scheduled for an official opening next spring, with a soft opening towards the end of this year – “there is a sense that the building will speak for itself”.If it does speak, it’s in a strong, firm voice. The building is huge, the design Scandinavian in feel, with oak contrasted with exposed concrete walls. Even the bathrooms have a slightly industrial look. There are large windows all around, giving incredible views of the seafront.Even the meeting rooms have glass walls and doors, a physical example of the openness and transparency that the building is supposed to have. Locals and visitors will be able to see the staff holding meetings, or writer-in-residence Colm Keegan (who hails from Ballymun and is a celebrated poet) at work in his office.Owens sums up the staff members’ role when she says: “We are public servants, we are here to serve the public, we are more than happy to engage with and respond to people.”They are depending on local feedback to get things just how the locals want them.“I don’t think we’ll get everything right,” acknowledged Owens. “I think there will be parts of the building, part of the programme that we’ll tweak as it evolves, but the flexibility is there to do that.”She is keen to emphasise that this is a public building, a public facility, and the public and county have a role in helping the Lexicon be the best it can be.“We’d love the public to come in and say ‘we’d love you to try this’ or ‘can we do that’ and we’ll react accordingly,” said Owens, adding that they have already had meetings with groups such as IADT, UCD, local mariners, and harbour staff.Having so many voices means that many sectors of the community will be represented at the Lexicon. Then there are events such as the Mountains to Sea literary festival, which it will have a big role in.This library, says the council, was “not done in isolation”. The Arts office, for example, is working with local schools, while local retired people will be showcasing some of their crafts when the doors open.“Everyone is welcome into the space,” said Owens. She described the site the library is on as formerly being “full of anti social behaviour”, with a dangerous reservoir.All of  a sudden now we’re making it an open, safe, accessible, civic space that everyone can come and use.It is envisaged that the Lexicon will open six days a week with four late evenings, with Sunday openings in due course.Read: Rare treasures displayed for first time at Dublin’s Chester Beatty Library>Read: Literacy to be targeted with the ‘priority it deserves’ at local level> [image alt=”DLRCOCO” src=”http://cdn.thejournal.ie/media/2014/07/dlrcoco-630×420.jpg” width=”630″ height=”420″ title=”” class=”alignnone” /end]IS THE TRADITIONAL library dead and gone?A visit to the new Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown library suggests that it may well be. The impressive building and grounds cost €36.6m to construct, but they have come in for some criticism.TheJournal.ie visited the site this week to see more, and to speak to the librarian about the dissenting voices.In an interesting move, the 6,520m2 building – which will be the central library for the county of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown – will be called the Dlr Lexicon, which reflects the fact that it offers more than a library.It’s also intended to be a cultural centre, with a café (the tenant is yet to be decided on), a gallery, a small auditorium space, crafts spaces, a local history library, 100 parking spaces and a children’s library.It’s hoped that this mix of facilities will attract more than 50,000 people to Dun Laoghaire every year.Rather than being detached from the rest of the town, it is supposed to draw people into the centre of Dun Laoghaire, offering them a space to explore and enjoy before making their way into the town.What’s inside[image alt=”photo (29)” src=”http://cdn.thejournal.ie/media/2014/07/photo-29-5-373×500.jpg” width=”373″ height=”500″ title=”” class=”alignnone” /end]When you step in the front door, you’ll find a ‘taster’ collection of what’s on offer at the library, placed on solid oak shelves. To the right are the automatic book depository machines, which will be open 24/7.Around the corner is a crafts room, which will offer 3D printing, and a newspaper section, while upstairs is the dedicated children’s library (a first in the county) and the main library room.The ‘taster’ area is designed to be unobtrusive and relaxed. The librarians picture people sitting around reading newspapers, flicking through a recommended paperback, or popping in for 10 minutes respite on a busy day.The idea is inspired by’ open libraries’: self-service libraries that can be found in parts of Scandinavia. They give a sense of privacy and enable the borrower to spend time choosing a book.Another first for Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown is the Lexicon’s downstairs gallery, next to which is a room for workshops related to the different shows.Cost and criticismThe library is being constructed at a cost of over €36m, and during the recent local elections it received criticism from some quarters.There were suggestions that the library would cost €60m to construct, and such misleading information was difficult to countenance.There were also questions about whether the money could have been used by council to cut commercial rates. The council said that the money used for the construction has come from the Council’s Capital Budget and cannot be used to reduce charges such as rates.The plans for the Lexicon were put on public display in 209, and 33 submissions were received and considered.“It is kind of disheartening when you know in your heart and soul that the vision for this is spectacular, there’s huge opportunities,” said librarian Mairéad Owens.last_img read more

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Point météo Le nord et lest de la France en vigilance jaune

first_imgPoint météo : Le nord et l’est de la France en vigilance jauneMétéo France n’annonce pas d’alerte orange pour ce samedi 29 décembre 2012 mais près de la moitié des départements français, notamment au nord et à l’est, restent en vigilance jaune.De nombreux cours d’eau sont en crue suite aux précipitations qui ont frappé le nord du pays depuis le début du mois de décembre. Cependant, l’absence de précipitations significatives ces dernières 24h ont permis à la décrue de s’amorcer.Sur le plan météorologique, l’accalmie des précipitations devrait se poursuivre jusqu’à dimanche inclus malgré des averses prévues principalement dans la partie nord du pays. Ces averses vont contribuer à ce que les crues formées continuent à se propager vers les parties médianes et aval des cours d’eau en ralentissant les décrues en cours. La situation ne devrait cependant pas s’aggraver de manière inquiétante. Ce bulletin est valable jusqu’au dimanche 30 décembre, 6h00. Le 29 décembre 2012 à 10:40 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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One Punch Man Season 2 Details Are Just As Awesome As Its

first_img One Punch Man may finally be settling in for another season, and it appears it could be closer than ever. We should all be thankful for more One Punch Man, especially if, as rumor has it, it could be touching down this November. Get it? Thankful? Look, it’s late, and I’m tired, and I’m just ready to stop waiting and watch more of Saitama’s adventures.According to Mobipicker, a source has announced that production on the anime’s second season has already begun, as of March 2017. A promotional panel in the manga ran during publication that showed off Saitama with a special caption clued eagle-eyed readers off to this fact, and now fans are speculating that the show could be airing in November, with 12 or 13 possible episodes that could run for as long as an hour. Could you imagine double-length episodes?Additional sources are quoted as saying the show could begin in spring or summer 2018 with the pre-production having begun in March, but either would be great considering it’s already been too long since we last had our fill of Saitama. Luckily, we’ve still got the manga to tide us over, and if you’ve been reading it and keeping up with the storyline, you may have picked up on a special Dragon Ball nod the manga creators were keen on placing.The panel on the right from One Punch Man is a clear nod to a scene in Dragon Ball Z, seen on the left. But this shouldn’t be surprising. The author of One Punch Man has stated time and time again how big of a fan he is of Dragon Ball Z creator Akira Toriyama. So it just makes sense that we’d see characters getting into scenes that wouldn’t seem out of place in Dragon Ball Z, let alone entire nods to the show like these. That’s the mark of a great series, after all, when others are keen to pay homage to them.Better get all caught up before the new season of One Punch Man does begin, so you can spot nods like those and know everything there is to know when the new episodes air. That way you can gloat about it to your friends while they’re just getting started, and that’s always fun to do with a new season and series.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target ‘One Punch Man’ Get A Video Game, Probably Has More Punches11 Manga Series That Should Never Be Live Action Movies last_img read more

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Former Pease AFB Received 35 Million in Diverted Air Force Contamination Cleanup

first_imgThe Air Force committed more than $35 million in previously dedicated environmental cleanup funds toward PFAS contamination mitigation efforts at the former Pease Air Force Base, N.H., the New Hampshire Union Leader has reported.Last month the Air Force acknowledged it had diverted more than $66 million from a number of non-PFAS cleanup projects across the country to go toward other mitigation efforts related to PFAS contamination, as On Base has previously reported.In June the Pentagon released a list of military installations where DOD diverted, or planned to divert, non-PFAS funds to build groundwater and drinking water treatment facilities for communities around Pease, March Air Reserve Base, Calif., and Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Mich.On June 5, Ellen Lord, DOD Undersecretary for Acquisition and Sustainment, sent the list of diverted projects to Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), ranking member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, who in March was among four Democratic senators who initially requested the list.According to the list Lord provided, 26 cleanup projects lost funding due to the $66 million diversion of funds.Carper has since released the letter publicly.“DOD takes its cleanup responsibility seriously and undertakes these actions in an open and transparent manner,” Lord wrote. “Our priority is to quickly address the presence of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in drinking water that resulted from DoD activities.”The diverted PFAS cleanup funds will also pay for PFAS testing at 16 former Air Force installations, according to the Union Leader report.Of the cleanup funding diverted to Pease, more than $7 million will fund a new groundwater treatment plant for drinking water in Newington, north of the former installation’s firefighting training area.Recognized today as potentially hazardous toxins, PFOS and PFOA are present in firefighting foam DOD has used since the 1970s to extinguish petroleum fires, according to Air Force civil engineer officials.Air Force photo by Staff. Sgt. Enjoli Saunders ADC AUTHORlast_img read more

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PS5 Leaked Patent Shows Sleek New Design

first_imgThough we’re over a year away from the PS5 hitting shelves, rumors about the upcoming game console are heating up. And with the leak today of a Sony patent showing off the device’s proposed design, excitement might just ignite. The patent, published by LetsGoDigital, registers a “Sony electronic device” which looks a lot like a game console that is most likely the next-gen PS5. We could not find the device listed on WIPO, but our sister site TechRadar believes the page is on pretty good authority.MORE: PS5: Release Date, Specs, Games and LeaksWhat’s unique about the patented design is the imaginative V-shaped ventilation system. It could be a reference to the Roman numeral V, indicating the fifth version of Sony’s flagship console. The company has played with numerical designs in the past with the tiers on the PS3 and PS4.RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…logoCreated with Sketch. Tech This Out: New Nintendo Switch Battery, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, iPhone 11 LaunchMore VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpTech This Out – Warner Streaming Service, Galaxy Note Renders And Nintendo Switch Lite02:14OffAutomated Captions – en-USLive00:0003:1603:16 On the diagram, you can see a multitude of USB ports for controllers and eject buttons, as well as what’s probably a power button and a thin disc drive slot. This design is by no means final—finished products never look exactly like their patent diagrams. Even if just a placeholder, though, this PS5 build would look stellar under a tree. Based on what we’ve heard about the PS5 so far, Sony is promising strong performance via an 8-core AMD chipset based on Ryzen architecture and a Radeon Navi GPU. You can also expect very fast load times via a custom SSD, and backwards compatibility with all PS4 games. Though not confirmed, the PS5 game lineup may include exclusives such as The Last of Us II, as well as next-gen titles such as Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI. Most signs point to a late 2020 release, meaning the PS5 will arrive in time for the holiday season. Until then, stay up to date with our PS5 rumor page for PS5 news and updates. Sony Shows Crazy Fast PS5 Load Times with Custom SSDXbox Project Scarlett: Specs, Features, Price, Release Date and MoreSony PS5 vs Xbox Project Scarlett: Which Next-Gen Console Will Win?last_img read more

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Asus RT Xiaomi Mi Router 4 And More WiFi Routers Now Available

first_img Share Tweet Submit If you want to take full advantage of your smartphone or laptop’s full potential, you should own high-end WiFi Routers that deliver the best speeds. We have some pretty great deals which include the Xiaomi Mi Router 4, Asus RT and many more. So let’s dive in to see some more details on the deals.Get The Best Discount On WiFi Routers, Includes Asus RT, Xiaomi Mi Router 4 And MoreBefore we head over to the list of discount on WiFi Routers, we would like to point your attention towards the limited availability of the price drop. Henceforth, it would be wise for you to act fast and schedule your purchase as soon as you can. Now, let’s get down to the list.Xiaomi Mi 4QMain Features● WiFi 802.11n 3 x 3 MIMO technique ensure 450Mbps transmission speed and quick network accession● Three 5dBi high gain antennas enhance the signal gain effect and transmission performance● QCA9561 chipset ensures stable performance and more smart devices connection requirement● One-key minet for more smart devices quick net-in● Brief appearance, suitable for various home styleRather a small package but the Xiaomi Mi 4Q offers high speeds and great build. If you’re up for it, the Xiaomi Mi 4Q is available at a 6 percent price drop, making the price come down to just $22.99. Head over to this link to get it.Tenda AC7Main Features● Five external antennae for strong signal stream● Covering up to 500 meters square space● Support WiFi timing switch● Signal enhancement and amplification technology for strong wall penetration● 28nm chip lower heating rate and stable network● 802.11ac Wave 2 standard MU-MIMO technology for multiple devices connection● APP cloud management for remote controlTenda AC7 is available at a 6 percent discount as well, dropping the price down to just $36.99 for a limited time. For enhanced functionality, the Tenda AC7 is a must to own. Head over to this link to get it.Xiaomi Mi Router 4Main Features● The latest 802.11ac WiFi standard for 3x faster access and more reliable streaming for your home computers and mobile devices● Simultaneous dual-band networks, 2.4GHz ( 300Mbps ) and 5GHz ( 867Mbps )● Four external antennas for faster wireless performance at greater distances● Manage your network settings easily with the Xiaomi MiWiFi APPThe Xiaomi Mi Router 4 is one of the best WiFi Routers on our list. It is available at a 10 percent discount, making the price come down to just $39.99. Head over to this link to get it.Asus RTMain Features:● USB 2.0 port supports Aiplayer for music streaming.● Concurrent dual-band WiFi up to 600Mbps brings you lag-free HD experiences.● Improved coverage and multi-device performance with four external 5dBi antennas–two each for the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.● Parental control-monitor and rAsus RT is powerful and aggressive in its conduct, delivering a top-notch performance for your devices. If you’re up for it, the Asus RT is available at a 6 percent discount, which drops the price come down to just $49.99. Head over to this link to get it.Xiaomi Mi 4CMain Features● Four high gain antenna for strong signal and quick transmission● 64MB capacity for up to 64 smart devices accession● Intelligent speed limit function for faster performance● Intelligent network watching function for ensuring network security● Smart management function for remote control● Brief appearance for various home style integrationThe Xiaomi Mi 4C is available at a good 17 percent discount, making the price come down to just $24.99. Head over to this link to get it.This is all for our list of discount on high-end WiFi Routers. Be sure to note that the price drop is only available for a limited time. It would be wise to act fast.This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the list of discount on WiFi Routers? Are you willing to get one for yourself? Let us know in the comments.last_img read more

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Road checks to fight wildlife trafficking during Holy Week

first_imgRelated posts:Suspected poaching ring leader arrested, accused of killing tapir Costa Rican court orders effective protection for Corcovado National Park Sea lions found at Costa Rica’s central Pacific beaches Environment Ministry officials report increased damage of wildfires inside protected areas Officials from the Environment Ministry’s National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) will man highway checks this holiday week aimed at stopping wildlife pilfering in the southern Pacific region, one of Costa Rica’s most diverse areas.The campaign dubbed “Retén por los bosques” (Road checks for the forests) targets travelers visiting beaches and other destinations in the southern Pacific for Holy Week, one of the busiest seasons for the tourism sector.Environment vice minister Patricia Madrigal said the campaign is a call to all citizens and tourists to do their part to protect the country’s natural resources. “Everyone can do something to helping our forests: from planting a tree to preventing wild fires,” she said.Officials are asking people to refrain from taking plants or wild animals from their habitats during the holidays. Taking flowers, plants, or animals is illegal but also affects other wildlife species that are losing their food, habitats and other resources needed to survive, Madrigal said.It is also a crime sanctioned by the country’s Wildlife Conservation Law, which sets fines and prison sentences for those found guilty of killing, damaging or possessing wildlife species.The law prohibits hunting, as well as collecting and extracting wildlife species. It sanctions both the person who sells or traffics, as well as she who buys or has wildlife in her possession.Article 90 of the law sets fines equivalent to three minimum salaries, or $2,350, for those found guilty of taking or destroying plants from protected areas. Fines up to 15 minimum salaries, or $11,750, apply for those guilty of taking or trafficking plant species protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES.For animals the law establishes prison sentences up to three years and fines up to 30 salaries ($23,500) for killing wildlife species, and up to 40 salaries ($31,300) for killing endangered species included in the CITES list.Residents of the Osa Península and members of various conservation groups will join park rangers in delivering information related to wildlife conservation to motorists traveling along routes to the most popular destinations in the area.National Police officers are also increasing their presence in the region and conducting periodic patrols to find poachers and hunters.From 2013 to 2015, park rangers and other officials confiscated a monthly average of 73 animals ranging from birds, frogs and iguanas to monkeys, snakes and crocodiles. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Not just for film types LMFAO rocks Cannes

first_img New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Comments   Share   Top Stories Four benefits of having a wireless security system CANNES, France (AP) – It’s not just film stars who are flocking to Cannes. Music types can’t resist either.Anyone strolling along the city’s famed Croisette promenade on Thursday afternoon was treated to a free show from LMFAO as they sound-checked and practiced how to rock Cannes in the bright Riviera sunshine.The American dance music duo, Redfoo and Sky Blu, were to perform Thursday night at a stage on the beach. Redfoo was seen doing his trademark “shufflin’” on stage in animal-print pants.center_img The film festival in the south of France always draws in plenty of top recording stars: Diddy, Kylie Minogue, Cheryl Cole, Cyndi Lauper and Simple Minds are all attending this year. And Lana Del Ray made an appearance on opening night at the gala for “Moonrise Kingdom.”The festival runs until May 27.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Parents, stop beating yourself uplast_img read more

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Hamas court convicts 4 in Italian activist death

first_img 5 treatments for adult scoliosis The killing was the first such incident in Gaza since the Islamic militant group Hamas seized the coastal territory in 2007.Two of the defendants _ 28-year-old Mahmoud al-Salfiti and 27-year-old Tamer al-Hasasna _ were convicted of murder and kidnapping, and each sentenced to 35 years in prison with hard labor, the judicial official said on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t allowed to speak to the media. They got 25 years as the maximum sentence for murder under Gaza law and another 10 years for kidnapping.A third man, Khader Jram, 24, was sentenced to 10 years for taking part in the kidnapping. Another man, Amer Abu Ghouleh, 23, was given a year’s sentence for sheltering fugitives, the official said.Lawyers from the Palestinian Center for Human Rights, which represented the activist’s family, confirmed the sentences.The verdict cannot be appealed.In a statement issued Monday, the rights group said they were “satisfied by the sentences issued by the court, which can be described, under the circumstances surrounding the case, as fair and legitimate, and considers that the murderers of Arrigoni have been effectively tried.”The group said the court stopped short of sentencing the men to death because the slain activist’s parents had appealed to Hamas authorities not to impose the death penalty. Top Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments   Share   Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Associated PressGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) – A Hamas court convicted four men on Monday of last year’s kidnapping and killing of a pro-Palestinian Italian activist in Gaza, sentencing two of the defendants to 35 years in prison, a judicial official said.Vittorio Arrigoni was kidnapped and strangled to death in March 2011 by hardline Islamic extremists. The body of the 36-year-old, who had been living in Gaza since 2008, was found a day after he was kidnapped and after a video showing him beaten and blindfolded surfaced online.center_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Two other men suspected of being involved in Arrigoni’s murder died in a gun battle in April last year after Hamas security forces stormed their Gaza hideout.In the online video, Arrigoni’s killers had identified themselves as a hardline group called “Monotheism and Holy War” and demanded the release of two of their leaders in exchange for the Italian.Arrigoni’s death was particularly chilling because al-Salfiti and al-Hasasna worked for Hamas’ Interior Ministry. Salfiti was posted at a checkpoint near where Arrigoni lived, allowing him to closely monitor the Italian activist’s movements.The slaying also deeply embarrassed Gaza’s Hamas rulers. Part of Hamas’ appeal to Palestinians was their promise to bring a halt to the violent crime and kidnapping that plagued the crowded territory when it was run by their rivals, the Western-backed Palestinian Authority, headed by President Mahmoud Abbas.One of Hamas’ first acts after seizing power was to force the release of a BBC reporter, Alan Johnston, held by hardline Gaza militants in 2007.Arrigoni’s slaying also underscored the challenge that Hamas _ a deeply conservative militant group _ faced from smaller more extremist factions in Gaza that see it as too pragmatic. Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Sponsored Stories Reporters were not allowed to attend the Hamas military court’s sessions.Arrigoni was easily recognizable in Gaza with his black cap, pipe, tattoos of Palestinian icons and his colorful Palestinian-flag bracelets. He rode with Gaza fishermen on small boats, hoping the presence of a Westerner would deter gunfire from nearby patrolling Israeli navy ships imposing a blockade on the Hamas-ruled territory.He also helped farmers plant wheat close to Gaza’s eastern border with Israel, where they often came under fire for defying an Israeli-imposed security zone meant to deter Palestinian militants from approaching the area.The rights group said it had chosen to represent Arrigoni’s family “out of its moral commitment towards international solidarity activists, who may lose their lives because of their support for the rights of Palestinian people.”Arrigoni’s family was not immediately available for comment.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)last_img read more

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WA man attempts to smuggle drugs in socks through Bali

first_imgA Western Australian man has been arrested for trying to smuggle marijuana in socks through Denpasar Airport in Bali. Indonesian authorities allegedly caught Robert Paul McJannett, 48, with two grams of marijuana rolled up in a pair of socks in his luggage.McJannett, a crane operator, was detained after arriving in Bali with his 21-year-old son on a Virgin Blue flight from Perth on Monday night.McJannett was an unsuccessful candidate in the 2005 Redcliffe by-election, where he ran as an independent.He has also been involved in a legal battle before the WA Industrial Relations Commission over his attempt to gain a top position within the CFMEU.McJannett stood against the union’s assistant state secretary Joe McDonald twice but lost both elections.Provincial police anti-narcotics head Kokot Indarto said, “He put the marijuana in his socks, rolled them up and then wrapped it with aluminium foil.” “Because he carried more than two grams, this could not be indicated as user’s because user’s limitation is only 0.15 grams.”If found guilty, Robert faces up to 12 years in jail for marijuana possession and drug trafficking. Indonesia enforces stiff penalties, including life imprisonment and death, for drug trafficking. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/1ee4a/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.Flast_img read more

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APTC awards Tongan nationals with internationally recognised qualifications

first_imgForty-nine Tongan nationals were awarded internationally recognised qualifications during the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) graduation ceremony held at the Queen Salote Memorial Hall in Nuku’alofa on Wednesday 6 March 2019.The new graduates received certificates and awards in six technical and vocational programs; namely Fabrication Trade, Painting and Decorating, Leadership and Management, International Skills Training (IST) and Key Management Skill Set.As Australia’s flagship technical and vocational education and training (TVET) program, APTC has helped over 450 Tongans gain Australian skills and qualifications in a wide range of vocational careers, since its inception in 2007.While delivering the keynote address, Australian High Commissioner to Tonga, His Excellency Mr Adrian Morrison, congratulated the graduates on their newfound skills and urged them to share their knowledge with their colleagues.He was delighted to note that 33 women were among the graduating class, and commended them for choosing to upskill, and in turn empowering more women across Tonga to take up training opportunities.During the ceremony, 17 Tongans graduated from the innovative Australian IST course. This is the second cohort of IST graduates from Tonga, who will be able to confidently adapt teaching materials and learning techniques to meet local industry and learner needs, and contribute towards the development of a more skilled and knowledgeable workforce.The graduation also recognised the first three awardees of the Key Management Skill Set, which was specially designed for newly promoted supervisors and team leaders.The Australian High Commissioner further highlighted APTC’s repositioning as the Australia Pacific Training Coalition, to ensure that APTC will be play an even greater role in supporting the Pacific to step up the skills agenda in support of jobs, growth and sustainable development.APTC, now in its third stage, will continue delivering high quality, internationally recognised training to improve graduates’ employment outcomes, support greater investment in skills training, and promote higher quality TVET delivery across the Pacific.“I commend you for your efforts in choosing to pursue further studies and extend this gratitude to your families, friends and employers who have supported you,” Vice-President of the Tonga Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr Sam Vea, told graduates.Mr Vea also encouraged them to seek opportunities to use their APTC skills to support the development of their communities and the nation.“Similarly, I extend my best wishes to the rest of the graduates who will go on to become amazing trainers, fabrication experts, painters and leaders in the workplace,” he added.The new graduates now join a network of 13,000 Pacific Island women and men that make up the APTC Alumni.Image can be found on https://www.flickr.com/photos/144593797@N07/The post APTC awards Tongan nationals with internationally recognised qualifications appeared first on Discover the South Pacific.Source: Bloglast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation The Arizona Cardinals are set to pick 13th in the NFLDraft, and if Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd isavailable to them, they should rush the pick to thepodium.At least, that’s how ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski feels.“Michael Floyd without a doubt,” he told Arizona Sports620’s Burns and Gambo when asked who they should draft.“When you look at a Michael Floyd, I’ve got him as thebest receiver in this draft.” Comments   Share   center_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Jaworski rates Floyd higher than Oklahoma State’s JustinBlackmon, who most project to be the first receiver offthe board. At 6-foot-3, 220 pounds, Floyd has prototypical size forthe position. He ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at the NFLScouting Combine, and was productive throughout his fouryears in South Bend. “I think Michael Floyd is a tremendous football player,”Jaworski added, noting that he would be paired with LarryFitzgerald in Arizona. “You have a dynamic duo at the widereceiver spot that could be outstanding.“I’m a huge Michael Floyd guy.”Of course, it’s all moot if Floyd is taken prior to theCardinals’ selection. If he’s as good as many expertsthink he is, chances are he will be.But if not, the Cardinals could find themselves the numbertwo receiver they’ve lacked since trading Anquan Boldin.“As good as Larry’s playing, can you imagine anoutstanding complimentary receiver who’s going to get thesingle coverage,” Jaworski said. “Because people are stillgoing to roll their coverage to Larry.“You give him a guy that they’re going to have to at leastroll the coverage to once in a while and give Larry someone-on-ones, oh man, Larry will be salivating.”last_img read more

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Kevin Steele — 2017 FootballScoop Defensive Coordinator of the Year

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix Kevin Steele – Auburn University Since 1965, the AstroTurf brand has been driven by forward thinking ingenuity. Today AstroTurf continuously improves its system design to deliver playing surfaces with the most realistic, sport-specific performance, longest lasting durability, and sound player protection. For more information please visit AstroTurf.com Against the run, Auburn surrendered only 3.55 yards per carry and was one of 16 teams to allow no more than 10 rushing touchdowns over the season. Those numbers included Auburn’s 36 sacks, 13th nationally, with four coming against both Clemson and Georgia. Steele’s unit limited Georgia’s 11th ranked rushing attack to a season-low 46 yards in that Nov. 11 win; the Bulldogs’ next-worst rushing game accounted for 185 yards. Clemson’s 96 rushing yards against Auburn were its second-fewest of the season.Through the air, Auburn placed among the top 25 nationally in pass efficiency defense, permitting 55 percent completions for 5.9 yards per attempt (seventh best in FBS) with 14 touchdowns against six interceptions.Defensive end Jeff Holland and defensive back Carlton Davis were named First Team All-SEC performers by the league’s coaches, while linebacker Tre’ Williams made the Second Team. Defensive linemen Nick Coe and Big Kat Bryant were also named to the SEC All-Freshman team.Steele is in his second season as Auburn’s defensive coordinator. He also has coordinator experience at LSU, Clemson and Alabama. A Tennessee graduate, Steele began coaching as a student in 1980 and has been in college football ever since, save for a 4-year stint as the Carolina Panthers’ linebackers coach. He was Baylor’s head coach from 1999-02.Steele was also a finalist for the Broyles Award.“We credit him a lot. We love coach Steele. He’s an unbelievable guy,” safety Tray Matthews said this season. “It’s like family. It’s not even like we’re talking to a coach when we’re in meetings. He always says he wants everything like the NFL, so we have like a players meeting when we’re talking to him.”The FootballScoop Coaches of the Year awards presented by ProGrass are the only set of awards that recognize the most outstanding position coaches in college football. The finalists (Don Brown [Michigan], Manny Diaz [Miami], Alex Grinch [Washington State], Nick Holt and Anthony Poindexter [Purdue], Pete Kwiatkowski [Washington], Jim Leonhard [Wisconsin] and Steele) were selected based off of nominations by coaches, athletic directors, and athletic department personnel. The prior winners selected this year’s winner.Steele will receive his award and be recognized at an event at the AFCA Convention in January.Previous winners of the Defensive Coordinator of the Year award are Nick Holt (USC, 2008), Kirby Smart (Alabama, 2009), Vic Fangio (Stanford, 2010), John Chavis (LSU, 2011), Bob Diaco (Notre Dame, 2012), Pat Narduzzi (Michigan State, 2013), Venables (Clemson, 2014), Don Brown (Boston College, 2015) and Jim Leavitt (Colorado, 2016). FootballScoop is proud to announce that Kevin Steele is the 2017 FootballScoop Defensive Coordinator of the Year presented by AstroTurf as selected by prior winners.Any Gus Malzahn team will always be judged by its offense first, but it was Steele’s defense that served as the backbone of Auburn’s 10-win, SEC West-championship season.The Tigers played the toughest schedule in the country in 2017, with four combined games against College Football Playoff participants Clemson, Georgia and Alabama. And Steele’s defense held each club to its worst offensive outing of the season. Clemson’s 14 points and 4.19 yards per play in a Sept. 9 game against Auburn were its fewest of the season, Georgia was held to a season-worst 3.77 yards per play and 17 points in a 23-point loss at Auburn on Nov. 11, and Alabama was held to a season-low 14 points in a 26-14 Auburn win on Nov. 25.Over the course of the season, Auburn’s defense ranked 14th nationally in total defense, ninth in yards per play and 10th in scoring defense. The Tigers were one of just six teams to rank in the top 10 of both the yards per play and scoring defense rankings.center_img Created in 1999, FootballScoop.com is the premier source for coaching job information and has long been the most widely viewed website by coaches, athletic directors, strength & conditioning coaches, operations and equipment staff across America. As the leading coaching job information venue, FootballScoop.com serves our viewers’ needs by providing first hand, timely & accurate information for our audience. FootballScoop.com is the premier provider of official job postings. 10th Nationally – Scoring Defense          19th Nationally – 3rd Down Conversions 9th Nationally – Yards Per Play          14th Nationally – Plays of 10+ Yardslast_img read more

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Excess baggage fees How to avoid annoying extra charges

first_imgNorwegian£9 per kg, per leg 3. Pool baggage with a partnerIf the worst happens and your overweight or oversize baggage doesn’t make it past the check-in desk, collaborate with your partner/best friend/mum to spread the weight across your checked luggage. If you ask the airline staff to weigh your bags together, you might not even have to swap any of your stuff, but if they’re being picky, just pop to the nearest bathroom to even out your loads. Planning ahead? Airlines like Flybe let you buy hefty amounts of baggage by overall weight, rather than by piece, so for example, one passenger could buy 40kg worth of baggage but spread it across two separate bags. It doesn’t matter if one is heavier or belongs to another passenger, so long as they don’t exceed the overall weight limit in total. Bringing bulky or special items on board? We’ve got all you need to know…Flying with your bike: airline rules and restrictionsThinking of taking your bike on holiday? Confused by airline baggage fees? Here’s the deal on flying your bike with the UK’s 10 most popular airlines, including hidden costs and rules on how to pack a bike for a flight.How to travel with your pet on a flightHere’s the lowdown on flying with your beloved pet, from taking your dog on a plane, to airline carrier fees for animals.Baggage allowance guides for major European airlinesNo matter which airline you’re flying with, here are complete guides to baggage rules and restrictions for the UK’s biggest airlines, including easyJet, Ryanair, British Airways and Jet2.Information correct as of 12th August 2018. Please always check the latest guidance before booking a tripSkyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. Aer Lingus€10 per kilo, €75 per bag on long haul flights Dreaming of your next adventure? Fly away with some of our most popular airlines: Ryanair£11 per kg KLM€55-$75 per bag depending on route and travel class Note:Oversize or overweight baggage may be classed as cargo and subject to further fees if exceeding airline max weight restrictions. Fees vary according to route and/or destination.How to avoid excess baggage feesThere are ways to keep baggage costs down (and no, they don’t involve wearing all of your clothes at once to save on packing space. From pooling with a pal to busting out the scales in advance of your flight, here are our top tips for avoiding excess baggage charges.1. Pay for additional bags onlineIt’s nearly always much cheaper to simply book extra hold luggage in advance if you think you might tip the scales at the boarding gate. Airlines know that keeping within weight/size limits is not always possible, so they encourage you to plan ahead by selling extra baggage online with up to 50% discounts on what you would pay at the airport. You can usually buy by the kilo, or by piece when you book your flight or add it on to your ticket right up to the day you fly. Budget carriers like Aer Lingus, Norwegian and Jet2 start from around €10, so it’s worth admitting you’re not a light packer upfront, to avoid heavy charges later on. Check out your airline’s baggage limit in advance here, so you know what you’re working with.2. Weigh your bags firstBeat airline baggage fees by weighing as you pack. If your wheelie is looking decidedly stuffed the night before you travel, you could save yourself a pretty penny by double-checking the weight while you’ve still got time to take out those extra layers or second pair of heels. Balancing a suitcase on bathroom scales can be tricky, but portable luggage scales are fairly cheap and easy to come by – and this way, you can pack your very own weight monitor for the return journey, too. Need help squeezing everything into your luggage? We’ve got more tips on packing right here. British Airways£36-£65 per bag depending on route and travel class Thomas Cook Airlines£10-£16 per kg at the airport, depending on route $30-$70 at airport Flybe£15 per kg** Virgin Atlantic£65 if overweight Qatar Airways$25-$55 per kg online Air France€75-€250 per bag 4. Get smart, lightweight luggageEver thought it might be your travel bags adding all the weight, not you? Older suitcases can have heavy frames which add precious kg to your hold baggage, so check out what lightweight options are out there, or switch from a hard shell to a backpack. We’ll get you started, with these top travel-smart suitcases for 2017. £20 for additional 5kg online €10/kg charge for every bag over the six bag allowance (If bag weighs between 20kg-32kg) AirlineExcess baggage charge Turkish AirlinesFrom €4-€32  per kg depending on route EmiratesFrom £26 per kg Vueling Airlines£11 per kgWizz AirFees depend on route and season Air FranceThomson AirwaysBritish Airways Etihad AirwaysFrom £14 per kg **Loganair operated flights: €13 per bag if in excess of 20kg £40 if oversized Delta€100-200 per bag depending on weight and route of travel RelatedChecked baggage allowances for major airlines: A simple guideLooking for checked baggage allowance information, including luggage size, weight and charges? Find all the facts you need about airline baggage restrictions in this handy table, plus, get tips on avoiding excess baggage charges and checking in online.Qatar baggage restrictions explained and how to maximise your hand luggage allowanceHow many cabin bags can you take on board a Qatar Airways flight? How much checked luggage can you fly with? Avoid excess baggage charges with this handy table of luggage weights, sizes and fees, plus tips on making the most of your checked and hand luggage allowance.How much does it cost to check your ski and snow equipment on the plane?Below we show you a guide with the different charges and billing policies that the main airlines apply to fly with skis and snowboards. Jet2£12 per kg TUI£13-£18 per kg ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Lufthansa€50-€150 depending on route and travel class easyJet£10 per kglast_img read more

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