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Less Than 150,000 Votes Left to Count in Nov. 3 Election

first_img Subscribe 9 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News Make a comment Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Top of the News HerbeautyCostume That Makes Actresses Beneath Practically UnrecognizableHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Ways To Power Yourself As A WomanHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThink The Lost Weight Won’t Be Regained If You Stop Eating A Lot?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyRobert Irwin Recreates His Father’s Iconic PhotosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Questions To Start Conversation Way Better Than ‘How U Doing?’HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIt Works Great If Weight Loss Is What You’re Looking For!HerbeautyHerbeauty Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Community Newscenter_img As of Wednesday morning, there remained 142,715 uncounted ballots cast in the Nov. 3 General Election, according to Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/City Clerk Dean Logan. About 54,000 ballots were counted on Tuesday.The uncounted votes include 69,485 vote-by-mail ballots,65,680 conditional voter registration ballots, 1,550 provisional ballots, and 6,000 miscellaneous ballots.The next updated vote count is scheduled to be released Friday afternoon. If they continue to count at the current rate, few if any votes could remain after the update.In the last count, candidates in local races picked up a small number of votes.In the Pasadena mayor’s race, City Councilmember Victor Gordo has amassed 36,422 votes to incumbent Mayor Terry Tornek’s 30,020 votes.Leaders in Pasadena Board of Education races remained out in front of their respective opponents.With 6,625 votes, Jennifer Hall Lee leads Wayne Hammack and Mike Crowley in District 2. Hammock follows with 4,125 votes and Mike Crowley has 3,912 of the ballots cast.Board of Education President Patrick Cahalan has 6,508 votes, with opponent Scott Harden winning 3,685 votes in the District 4 race.In District 6, Tina Wu Fredericks has 4,957 votes. Priscilla Hernandez has 3,849 votes, Crystal Czubernat has 3,447 votes, and Milena Albert has 1,171 of the ballots cast.Fredericks claimed victory late last week,“COVID-19 and fires did not deter us. We talked to voters through door cracks and closed windows, wearing face masks and did so despite 100-degree temperatures and bad air quality at times,” Fredericks said.“How I led my campaign is how I will lead as a future PUSD board member: bringing a community together around a shared vision and shared values,” she said. “This community believes in public education and understands that public schools can be the great equalizer in a sometimes unjust and inequitable society.”The county Registrar-Recorder’s Office will continue to accept vote-by-mail ballots postmarked by Election Day and received through Friday, Nov. 20. These ballots are not included in the estimate. All outstanding ballots are verified before being tallied. CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Community News Less Than 150,000 Votes Left to Count in Nov. 3 Election County continues to tally votes cast in General Election STAFF REPORT Published on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 | 4:12 pm More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Business News STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy last_img read more

Last-gasp defeat hard to accept for Uganda coach

first_imgUganda’s players react at the end of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations group D football match between Egypt and Uganda in Port-Gentil on January 21, 2017. AFP PHOTOPort-Gentil, Gabon | AFP | Uganda coach Milutin Sredojevic admitted the way in which his side were knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations with a last-gasp defeat to Egypt on Saturday was a crushing blow.“We tried our best but unfortunately it was not enough,” said “Micho” after Abdallah El Said’s 89th-minute strike, from a Mohamed Salah assist, gave Egypt a 1-0 win in the Group D encounter in Port-Gentil.“This level of competition demands total focus of concentration on details that decide games.“We couldn’t keep that concentration up to the last moment — when we were supposed to close the game out we allowed a counterattack and the experience and quality of Salah made the difference.”The result left Uganda bottom of the group without a point or a goal after a previous 1-0 loss to Ghana, and their first appearance at the Cup of Nations since 1978 will stop at the group stage.“We have come after 39 years and paid for the lesson in a hard way. If you lose in a convincing way you accept it, but in this way it is very hard to accept.“We came here to play three Cup finals — the first we lost on a penalty to Ghana and the second we lost in the last minute on the counterattack.” Uganda will now only have pride to play for in their last game, against Mali on Wednesday.“Now we need to pick up the pieces and look forward in order to see who will play the last game — it is hard to say who will play in the last game, we have certain injuries like (goalkeeper Denis) Onyango.“We will see how we play the last match but the ambition remains that we want to go home with pride and with a win.”Total Man of the MatchAbdullah El Said (Egypt)ReactionsHector Cuper I think all the groups are complicated not only ours. We had a difficult game against a very tough opponent. Our qualification is not guaranteed yet, so we have to fight till the end.At the Africa Cup of Nations every match is difficult. I wished to have a bigger scoreline and better performance but I thank my players who did all their best in tough circumstances. I respect Uganda and commend them for their performance today. Every game has its own strategy and we always adjust our plans to our opponents. Abdullah El Said deserves the Man of the Match award. Our target for every game is to win, so it’s accepted to make some risk but not in an irrational way.Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic It was a moment of experience that made the difference. I want to thank my players who gave their best and made their people proud. We came here to play three finals, we lost to Ghana by a penalty, lost to Egypt in the last minute and our ambition is to win against Mali and return home with pride.At this level of competition, we have to be focused at the maximum level. I believe we were perfect on the tactical aspect, but we couldn’t keep our concentration till the last moment. We played against a very good and talented team. We are coming back after 39-years and we are learning lessons and gaining experience but in a very hard way.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Two River Pride Takes Center Stage

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK – Borough Councilman Edward Zipprich had a message for the younger audience members participating in last week’s celebration of Two River Pride. Zipprich, who is openly gay, wanted participants to know that things are getting better.“I think we’ve begun to see a lot more tolerance,” Zipprich said at the June 20 event, held in at the Two River Theater.Organizers of Two River Pride expect the event to become an annual gathering in recognition of National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month.While Zipprich said things have gotten better, he admitted there is still much work to be done on obtaining equality for the LGBT community. “We also have to get ready for the next generation,” he said.The evening was in large part geared toward a younger audience, giving them an opportunity to talk about their experiences in a nurturing and friendly environment, with positive role models offering their own experiences.A portion of the theater space at 21 Bridge Ave. was transformed into a makeshift coffeehouse – with coffee provided by Coffee Corral on Drs. James Parker Boulevard. There was an open mic session for musical and theatrical performances and reflections by some guest speakers. There was also a chance for participants to have their thoughts and reflections videotaped for use at a later time during various programs in local high schools.Kate Okeson, who helped Zipprich, Borough Council­woman Kathy Horgan and a handful of others organize the event, teaches art at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School. She is an activist and is co-founder of Make It Better For Youth, a group that works with LGBT youth. She said the event was aimed at “trying to open the network up” for younger people who, while facing the traditional travails of adolescence, are looking to come to terms with their sexuality and deal with peer and familial issues.Okeson and Zipprich said it is good that young people are finding the strength to come out at an earlier age and it allows them to find their place in life. Zipprich, who is 53, said he didn’t come out until he was 37.“That common experience of ‘what will happen if I declare this?” Okeson said. “It can be all consuming, definitely.”“It took me a long time,” Zipprich said, recalling the trepidation he felt about how friends, family and colleagues would feel about his decision. “Was I really willing to give up my relationships with them to live openly?”Sue Fulton and the Giving Voice Choir from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County.Brenda “Sue” Fulton graduated in 1980 from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the first class to allow women. She became an Army captain before resigning her commission to come out. Now, with the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, those wishing to serve can do so and not be denied the opportunity, she said.Joshua Fontanez of Browns Mill is an Army lieutenant who attended a military college in Vermont, where he says being gay wasn’t easy. “You can wish, hope and want,” he said, “but eventually, you have to put your foot down,” and fight for what you believe is right. Fontanez joined a group of gay students whose motto was “You’re not alone.” The school’s administration was surprised with the growth of the organization. “I knew we were doing the right thing when Fox News started attacking us,” he said.Mayor Pasquale Menna offered a formal proclamation from the borough council honoring the event, and advised the audience to use their vote to get their message across. “Equality is not something that just happens,” he told the mostly youthful audience. “You have to work for it.”After the evening’s events, Jordan Pollak, 19, of Manalapan described himself as a transsexual male, who will enter Rutgers University in the fall and will major in psychology and neurology. “I’m an expanding advocate,” Pollak said. “I’m trying to do everything I can to bring about change.“I actually think events like this can be lifesaving,” Pollak said. “These events can show people they aren’t alone.”Chris Hennessy, a 19-year-old Oceanport resident describ­ed herself as “gender queer.” Hennessy, who is attending Fordham University, said she came out to friends and family while a student at Rumson-Fair Haven High School. “Before I came out, high school was harder for me than after I came out,” she said.The revelation gave her confidence. As for her family, “Before I came out I didn’t know how they would respond,” but they have been quite supportive, Hennessy said. “When I heard about this event I thought I wished there was this type of event when I was younger,” Hennessy said.“We want to thank our youth,” said David Pasquale, chairman of the borough’s Human Relations Commission, and an organizer for the event, “because they always show us the best example.”last_img read more

It’s hockey time — Leafs open training camp on 2015-16 KIJHL season

first_imgMcLellan said the fans would see many of those borderline rookies when Nelson opens the preseason Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.After Saturday, the Leaf coaching staff will cut the roster to between 25-27 players for the next two exhibition game series against Castlegar Rebels — Tuesday, September 8 in Nelson and Wednesday, September 9 in the Sunflower City.“We’re going to take the best players that are available to us so it’s up to them how they perform,” McLellan explained.McLellan said the defence has been overhauled since Nelson graduated most of the blueline last season — both Darnel St. Pierre and Robson Cramer heading to play for Simon Fraser of the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League.Nelson has six defencemen already carded for the season.Up front, Leafs still have some players still attending Junior A camps.However, McLellan expects returning forwards Rayce Miller, Austin Lindsay and Sam Webber to help Nelson start the season on a positive note.“All three of those players are proven commodities in this league and adding Jo Davie we acquired in a trade in May with Victoria will be a big help up front as well,” he said.McLellan has signed one goalie to date with six players trying out for the starting position between the pipes.“We had an experienced 19-year-old who we thought would be with us but just got signed in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League so that position is really up in the air right now,” he said.Nelson opens the regular season September 11 against Kelowna Chiefs in the first of a two-game weekend home stand.The next day, September 12, the Fernie Ghostriders are in town to meet the Leafs at the NDCC Arena.Both games have a 7 p.m. start time. There are always more than a couple of questions at the start of every hockey season in the Heritage City: Will the latest edition of the Nelson Leafs be able to break through to overtake the always tough competition in the Neil Murdoch Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League?There is some encouraging news from Leaf skipper Dave McLellan, especially after the second-year man was able to get a head start on recruiting.“Last year it was really tough coming here August 24th to start with the team but this year we started the process with many of the player at our camp in May . . . some I started taking to as early as February,” said McLellan on the eve of the start of Leafs training camp Wednesday.“Since we had our main camp in May we’ve had more than 100 players came through Nelson from all over North America to try out.”Leafs begin quest for the KIJHL title beginning Wednesday with registration at the NDCC Arena.Thursday, the players, coaches and off-ice personal get down to business with on-ice and dryland training.Later, Thursday, Nelson plays its first exhibition game against the Beaver Valley Nitehawks at 7:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.“We have most of the team picked, but with that said there are many of the players still at Junior A camps . . .. Many of them are still trying out so basically there is a few spot open available here allowing some players to still battle for spots to make the team.”McLellan has broken training camp into two phases.Phase one, which gives some of the borderline rookies a chance to impress the coaches, concludes Saturday with the second game of the home-and-home series with Beaver Valley.last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – MONDAY JANUARY 16, 2017

first_imgDrayden Van Dyke444829%32%$276,620 (Current Through Sunday, Jan. 15) Norberto Arroyo, Jr.4173117%27%$315,085 Martin Pedroza3565417%43%$204,345 Rafael Bejarano4555911%42%$414,213 Jerry Hollendorfer3457715%56%$568,454 MALDONADO WINS FIRST RACE IN COMEBACKEdwin Maldonado is back.The 34-year-old Ohio native won his first race Sunday since recovering from painful injuries suffered more than four months ago in a morning accident at Del Mar Sept. 4.Maldonado piloted first-time starter Pomp and Party to a 3 ½-length victory in Sunday’s second race for owner/breeder H & E Ranch Inc. and trainer Phil D’Amato.A three-year-old chestnut filly sired in Arizona by the Pulpit stallion Parading, Pomp and Party paid $3.40 as the no-secret favorite.Maldonado suffered six broken ribs and a collapsed lung in the mishap, but said he was “like a little kid” as he neared his return.“That was the ice-breaker,” said his agent, Joe Griffin, who has represented Maldonado in the past. “Edwin was tickled to death to win. The horse had been working well and he liked him, so things are looking good.”Added D’Amato: “When he’s on his game, Edwin is as good as any rider out here. He’s come back, he looks focused, he always looks good on horses, they run for him, and hopefully we’ll put him on some more winners.” ARROGATE COULD WORK AT SANTA ANITA AGAIN SUNDAY, IF . . . Despite curve balls thrown at him by the weatherman, Arrogate remains sitting on a fastball as he awaits a rematch with the People’s Horse, California Chrome, in the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational at Gulfstream Park Jan. 28.Arrogate, who defeated California Chrome in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5 by a dramatic half-length after a stretch-long battle that resulted in the race becoming an instant classic, worked six furlongs late Sunday morning on a “fast” main track in 1:12.29.“He’s fine, he looks good,” a relieved to the point of being affable Bob Baffert said Monday morning. “It was good for him. I was happy with the breeze. The track was deep, it was heavier, which is good. He got a lot out of it. He did it the right way.“He kept going out strong on his own, so he didn’t have to be urged (by Martin Garcia). We’re good right now. He’s got to breeze at Santa Anita one more time (before shipping to Florida). I was planning on Sunday, but looking at this weather . . . I quit looking at this damn Weather Channel. It’s unbelievable.“For the first time in California, these weathermen have been right. I can’t believe it. They’re usually so wrong. The important thing in his next work is to have him coming up to the Pegasus in peak form.” John Sadler1654531%88%$250,649 Richard Baltas3756514%43%$325,923 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Corey Nakatani2142119%33%$208,420 Mike Smith1541327%53%$417,995 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Victor Espinoza2244518%59%$245,970 J. Keith Desormeaux1442329%64%$310,595 William Spawr1050250%70%$154,341 Stewart Elliott3965615%44%$210,190 Bob Baffert2043320%50%$356,216 Doug O’Neill4966912%43%$302,738 Tyler Baze64158623%45%$504,272 Kent Desormeaux3985521%46%$610,263 Flavien Prat53105919%45%$679,533 ARROGATE LOOKS GOOD AFTER PEGASUS BREEZEEDWIN MALDONADO RETURNS TO WINNER’S CIRCLEKOBE‘S BACK WORKS FOR THE GRADE I TRIPLE BEND Philip D’Amato1944421%63%$373,950 Peter Miller2676427%65%$344,860 FINISH LINES: Santa Anita’s iconic Paddock Captain, John Shear, who will celebrate his 96th birthday on Tuesday, will be honored in the Winner’s Circle following today’s fourth race . . . Horsemen continued to take advantage of the dry weather with 265 recorded workouts at Santa Anita Monday, including 31 on the dirt training track. Both courses were labeled “fast.” Multiple graded stakes winner Kobe’s Back went four furlongs on the main track for trainer Peter Eurton in 48.60. “We were going to run him in the Palos Verdes on Feb. 4, but the rain killed us,” Eurton said. “Now we’re looking at the (Grade I) Triple Bend on March 11.” . . . There is a single Pick Six Jackpot ticket carryover of $198,939.08 into today’s races . . . Leading rider Tyler Baze (15-10 over Flavien Prat) has been suspended three days (Jan. 21, 22 and 26) for causing interference on Winning Causeway in Saturday’s third race, resulting in a disqualification from first to second . . . Corey Nakatani has been suspended the same three days for causing interference at the start of Saturday’s first race aboard Place des Voges . . . Santa Anita will be dark for live racing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Live racing resumes on Friday, Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. Admission gates open at 11 a.m. -30-last_img read more

PPP/C launches 2018 Bartica LGE team

first_imgThe People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Bartica Local Government Election (LGE) team will be presenting its 28 candidates to the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Bartica Office on Nomination Day (today).Having consulted Barticians in all nine constituencies through either house-to-house or community meetings, the PPP/C Bartica LGE team has produced a list of nine constituency candidates that reflect gender, youth and experience.Women, and young women, are featured on the list of PPP/C Proportional Representation candidates. It was found that of the 28 PR candidates, 15 are female and 13 are male, with 35 per cent being under the age of 35 years of age.In a statement to the media on Thursday afternoon, the Party said Barticians have seen their township go into a slump with the decline in gold mining, construction and tourism industries.“Jobs are very scarce and the cost of living has increased, thanks to the imposition of 200 new taxes by the APNU/AFC coalition Government,” the release stated.last_img read more

Learn the words for England’s catchy Gareth Southgate song

first_img 1 explained ‘Spain and Italy would have built their teams around Jack Grealish’ – Harry Redknapp Tributes to ‘complete gentleman’ Martin Peters following England legend’s death LATEST ENGLAND NEWS ANALYSIS How Hudson-Odoi has performed this season – Are Keane’s comments about him fair? England fans’ love for Gareth Southgate grew as the World Cup went on, so much so that the national manager even had his own song.You will have heard it during the march to the semi-final and perhaps seen the man conducting fans as they serenaded him after the World Cup quarter-final victory against Sweden.Supporters have reworked Atomic Kitten’s 2001 hit Whole Again to salute the national boss and it’s a catchy one. How does Euro 2020 draw work? England discover fate live on talkSPORT 2 GETTING READY England fans have their own song for Gareth Southgate England announce Euro 2020 warm-up matches against Austria and Romania LYRICS:“Looking back on when we first met; I cannot escape and I cannot forget; Southgate, you’re the one; you still turn me on; and football’s coming home again” (you may also hear “you can bring it home again”.)It was first heard in England where @Quincey11 on Twitter posted a video, but has since been picked up fans in Russia, as talkSPORT found out. drama center_img Martin Peters, 1966 World Cup final goal scorer for England, dies aged 76 have a look Second is best There is a Group of Death at Euro 2020 and here’s how England can avoid it preparation “Southgate you’re the one, you still turn me on…” 🎶😂#ENG fans take over Kaliningrad.#WorldCup | #TSWorldCup pic.twitter.com/zql48vaPrS— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 28, 2018The Three Lions reached the last four of the competition for the first time since 1990 when West Germany eliminated them on penalties. Back then fans had World in Motion, which led to talkSPORT wondering what the best England football song is. TALENT Fans given sneak peek into England’s Euro 2020 kit with images leaked online England announce another friendly to begin preparations for Euro 2020 sad day Mason Greenwood scores as England U21s beaten by late Netherlands wondergoal RIP LEGEND last_img read more

Chelsea win at Bristol in WSL opener

first_imgJapan international Yuki Ogimi scored twice as Chelsea Ladies opened their Women’s Super League season with a 2-0 away win against Bristol Academy.Ogimi netted both her goals in the first half, giving the Blues their second victory over Bristol in four days, having enjoyed an FA Cup win against them at the weekend.They are next in action on Sunday when they face Liverpool at Staines Town’s Wheatsheaf Park in their first home match of the WSL campaign.See also:After such a busy pre-season I just can’t wait to get startedChelsea Ladies start with FA Cup winFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

7 children drowned as van falls in Indira canal, three bodies traced

first_imgThe bodies of three children were recovered during search operations after seven of them went missing when a pick-up van plunged into a canal near here Thursday, officials said.The vehicle carried 29 people, who were returning after a wedding function in the neighbouring Barabanki district, and of them 22 were rescued.Seven children went missing and the three bodies were fished out by divers of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF), officials said.The van fell into the Indira canal in Nagram on the outskirts at around 3 a.m., Lucknow District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma said.“Three bodies have been found and the hunt is on to trace the remaining four children,” Mr. Sharma said. The bodies were yet to be identified, he added.“As many as seven children, all in the age group of 5 and 10 years, are missing. They might have been washed away in the rapid current of the water in the canal,” Mr. Sharma, who rushed to the site, said earlier.Parents of some of the missing children accused the driver of the pick-up van of being under the influence of alcohol.“The driver of the van was under the influence of alcohol and was driving at a high speed when he overshot a bend and the van hurtled down the canal,” said Lajjawati, one of the parents.last_img read more

Matthew Wright, Louie Alas hope OT victories strengthen Phoenix

first_imgMOST READ LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño “Phoenix of the past would’ve lost that game, especially after (Pogoy) hit that shot to tie the game. We would’ve crumbled by then,” he said. “But we stuck together, we’re becoming more experienced, and we’re becoming more of a veteran team,” With the victory, Phoenix now enjoys a 2-0 card, good for the top spot in the Philippine Cup. “We’re very happy with this win, but if we go 3-0, I think we’ll be happier since our upcoming assignment is a team coming off a great win,” Alas said.The Fuel Masters brace for a proud Columbian squad who are coming off a victorious outing over reigning champs San Miguel Beer. They lock horns on Jan. 23 at the Big Dome.ADVERTISEMENT “Hopefully they’ll be overconfident. It was their first game, they’re still young, so we’re gonna try and jump them early,” Wright said of the Dyip.“We’ve got more experience than them. We feel like we’re a better team, so hopefully it doesn’t go to overtime and we end the game in regulation,” he added.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviñocenter_img SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Ginebra PBA provincial games ‘coincidental’ but Willie Marcial happy for them Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Phoenix head coach Louie Alas. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netANTIPOLO — It wasn’t the rosiest of outcomes, but Phoenix star Matthew Wright and his coach Louie Alas hope that their narrow win over TNT will pay dividends down the line.“I’m just happy we won. [But] we really have to dig down deep in those kind of situations,” Wright told the press shortly after their 93-84 overtime victory over KaTropa at Ynares Center on Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT “Two overtimes in two games,” said Alas as he heaved a sigh of relief during the post-game presser. “[M]ore than the win, [I’m happy] with the experience to play a close game,” he added, noting that it affords them an edge in whenever they figure in such tight, testy situations.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“Last conference, we would lose in such games,” he added.Wright, the gunslinger who was at the forefront of the Fuel Masters offense that spoiled a career performance by RR Pogoy, couldn’t agree more. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

50,000 Lenovo K6 Power units sold on Flipkart on Day 1

first_imgFlipkart has announced that it has received a record-breaking response for Lenovo’s K6 Power smartphone on day one of its sale. The company managed to sell over close to 50000 units in less than one hour of opening the sale.Lenovo K6 Power was launched last week in India at Rs 9,999 and went for an open sale on Flipkart from December 6 at 12 pm.  Flipkart which is the exclusive seller of Lenovo K6 Power said that over 1000 units of the phone were sold every minute after the sale went live and it went out of stock within 45 minutes after the launch.Also Read: Lenovo K6 Power review: The little battery champ The company claims that more than 1.3 million unique customers visited the product page of K6 Power and close to half a million consumers’ showed interest for the product before the sale.”With the launch of K-series in India, Lenovo continues to be one of the most preferred brands among our customers. The overwhelming response received for K6 Power reinforces the trust on the brand and our portal, given the runway hit exhibited by all models of K-series launched in India,” said Ajay Yadav, VP-Mobiles, Flipkart. “We are now working over-time to ensure stocks are back. Also, we are planning a bigger comeback in the next sale scheduled on 13th Dec 2016 from 12 noon onwards”.Also Read: Lenovo K6 Power vs Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime & Redmi Note 3: No bad choice hereLenovo K6 Power at present is seen as one of the best buys within its price bracket. The phone comes with full-metal unibody design and has a 5-inch 1080p IPS display.  advertisementThe USP of the phone is its massive battery size of 400mAh which when we used with one SIM card lasted for around 19 to 20 hours straight. The phone is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor clubbed with 2GB RAM/16GB memory or 3GB RAM/32GB memory. On the camera front, the phone sports  a 13-megepaixel camera on the rear with phase detection autofocus and LED flash and an 8-megapixel front camera.Also Read: Lenovo K6 Power: Full specifications, top features, price & everything you need to know Commenting on the success , Sudhin Mathur, executive director of  Lenovo, India said, “We are overwhelmed with the response and it’s a testament to Lenovo’s consumer centric approach. The K Series is one of our star performers and connects very well with the youth and Lenovo K6 Power has taken the popularity further ahead. Basis the value, technology, design and features, Lenovo K6 Power is an all-round performer that has obviously struck the right chord with the consumers.”last_img read more