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Ridwan said the West Java administration would also increase monitoring at train stations following an increase in commuter activity in Bogor, Depok and Bekasi. Jakarta and its satellite cities have eased travel restrictions, allowing people living in the metropolitan area to move from city to city more freely.The West Java administration planned to conduct random testing at markets, tourist spots and train stations that connect Bogor, Depok and Bekasi with the capital city.Ridwan said his administration was enforcing preventive measures to keep the number of COVID-19 cases low.West Java claimed the virus reproduction rate had been lower than 1 for the last six weeks, which if true means the outbreak in West Java would peter out. (dpk)Topics : Bogor Regent Ade Yasin said the vehicles came through small streets in the area as the regency was limiting travel via major roads due to the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), kompas.com reported.“I urge Jakartans to refrain from going to Puncak, because we found many cars with Jakarta license plates swarming the area. We are making sure that the area will be gradually opened for locals first, not residents outside West Java,” Ridwan said on Tuesday.Read also: ‘New normal’ exposes poor railway infrastructureHe added the administration would ask for the West Java Police’s help in limiting the number of visitors and tourists to Puncak. West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil has urged Jakarta residents to refrain from visiting Puncak, a tourist area in Ciawi in Bogor regency, West Java, following reports that the area was packed with tourists over the weekend.Local officials previously reported that the road in Puncak was full of vehicles coming from Jakarta on Saturday and Sunday.read more
For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings began their 2019 Indian Premier League campaign on a great note by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore in the first match at the MA Chidambaram stadium in Chepauk. Royal Challengers Bangalore were bowled out for a miserable 70 with Parthiv Patel the only batsman to get to double figures. Imran Tahir and Harbhajan Singh were the stars with three wickets each. In response, Chennai Super Kings took close to 17 overs to get to the target as they won the match by seven wickets but the nature of the Chepauk wicket was criticised by both Dhoni and Virat Kohli. Chennai Super Kings are the three-time IPL champions and their next encounter will be against the Delhi Capitals at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Tuesday. Delhi Capitals are coming off a strong win against Mumbai Indians as they defeated them for the third straight time with a 37-run win at the Wankhede stadium. Under the captaincy of Dhoni, Chennai Super Kings have always qualified for the play-offs and they will be determined to continue the streak in the 2019 edition of the tournament. New Delhi: MS Dhoni is not only a cricketing legend but he is also a social media star. The former India captain and current captain of the Chennai Super Kings franchise in the 2019 Indian Premier League, is not that active on social media but when he posts something on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, it goes viral. Recently, on his Instagram handle (@mahi7781), Dhoni uploaded a photo with his daughter Ziva where he is interacting with her in six different languages. In the video, Dhoni is seen asking ‘How are you?’ to Ziva in Tamil, Bengali, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Punjabi and Urdu. In all the languages, Ziva responds brilliantly and especially in the last bit in Urdu, Dhoni is super impressed and he claps his hands in appreciation. The video has garnered a total of 3.8 million views and has received 35000 comments. Dhoni once again has proven that he is a star off the field and his multi-lingual skills is an added benefit to his vast and legendary repertoire in the cricket field. Chennai Super Kings won their opening game by seven wickets.Chennai Super Kings are the three-time IPL champions.Chennai Super Kings have qualified for the knock-outs everytime under MS Dhoni’s captaincy. highlightsread more
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “But right now, Golden State’s the best team in the NBA. I don’t think it’s even close and so we have to try to catch them.”The Spurs (45-9) are No. 2 in the West, Oklahoma City (40-14) is No. 3, the Clippers No. 4. The same question was put to center DeAndre Jordan.“Nah,” he said. “Jeff’s a great player, we are really lucky to have him. But we’ve still got a long way to go. They (the Warriors) are proven, we’ve still got things to improve on and we’ve just gotta continue to get better.”Assistant coach Mike Woodson chimed in.“We’d like to think so, but only time will tell,” he said Friday at practice. “We’ll see them tomorrow night. And I think we’ve played those guys pretty well. We just haven’t closed the games out.”The Clippers lost to Golden State twice in November — by four and seven points — and led both times entering the fourth quarter.Rivers coached Green for parts of two seasons in Boston. To Rivers, the 6-foot-9 Green meets the Clippers’ needs.“I really wanted more length,” Rivers said. “When you look at the teams we have to beat, we need to get longer, more athletic and we need to increase our shooting, and I think with Jeff we did all three of those things.”Green can be that instant-offense guy. He scored a season-high 30 points on 11-of-18 shooting against Orlando on Jan. 25. Five nights later, he had 29 points, shooting 11 of 16 against Sacramento.But Green this season is shooting just 30.9 percent (42 of 136) from beyond the arc; his career percentage is 34.0. Moreover, the scouting report on Green is he can be a defensive liability at times. If he doesn’t grasp that on a team whose defense has improved, that could be an issue.Green is looking forward to the challenge.“I’m a versatile guy who can play multiple positions and do multiple things on the floor,” he said before practicing for the first time with the Clippers. “So I’m pretty sure Doc is going to put me in positions where I can succeed and where I can helps this team out.”Being familiar with Rivers and his system is a plus, Green said.“Having played the two years with Doc and knowing what he wants, what he expects out of his players, is big,” said Green, who missed the 2011-12 season to have heart surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm.Sixth-man Jamal Crawford echoed that sentiment.“He’ll probably hit the ground running faster than most guys would traded in mid-season,” he said.There is no word yet on if and when Green will get into the starting lineup. But he has started more than not during his career — he started 31 of 53 games with Memphis — so it won’t be surprising to see that happen.The Clippers have gone 19-5 since Blake Griffin went out with a partially torn quad tendon. Griffin’s fractured right hand — busted on the face of team equipment staffer Matias Testi — will keep him out until sometime in March.Once Griffin returns, that might be the real test, especially if the Clippers continue to win like they have without him.Can Rivers make it all mesh together?As Woodson said, time will tell. Clippers coach Doc Rivers is realistic.He knows what’s been happening with the Golden State Warriors, who have been torrid this season while posting a record of 48-4 ahead of their games Friday night at Portland and Saturday night against the Clippers at 5:30 at Staples Center (on ABC).The Warriors won the NBA title a season ago. Now they’re on pace to get the most victories in a single season. That stands at 72, done by the Chicago Bulls in 1995-96.This is not good news for the Clippers, who could play the Warriors in the second round of the playoffs. If the Clippers finish fourth in the Western Conference and Golden State takes first, that would be the scenario assuming both teams win in the first round. Since the Clippers have never gotten past the second round in franchise history, the odds of them getting over that hump this season shrink dramatically in that case.The Clippers made a trade at Thursday’s deadline that could aid them. They shipped guard/forward Lance Stephenson and a future draft pick to the Memphis Grizzlies for forward Jeff Green, who played for Clippers coach Doc Rivers at Boston.Green was averaging 12.2 points and 4.5 rebounds for Memphis, and the 29-year-old has averaged 14.1 points and 5.0 rebounds over his eight-year career.Does this close the gap between the Clippers (36-18) and Warriors?“Well, I don’t think anyone has closed the gap on Golden State, or San Antonio, even though we just won,” Rivers said late Thursday after his team defeated the San Antonio Spurs 105-86 at Staples Center. “We have a lot of work to do. But we want to just stay in the argument. And when we get to one of those teams, we’ll find that out.read more
Kolkata: The region comprising schools of Bengal recorded a slightly higher pass percentage than the national average in the class X results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced on Tuesday.As per statistics provided by the CBSE Board, Bhubaneswar region, which includes the state, recorded a pass percentage of 89.27 compared to the overall 86.70 percent recorded at the national level. This region, however, lagged behind three regions namely Thiruvanthapuram (99.6%), Chennai (97.37%) and Ajmer (91%). Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe highest marks from Bengal has been likely bagged by Sourit Sarkar, a student of DPS Ruby Park. Sourit, who has secured 99.2 percent loves studying mathematics and physics and aims to pursue research in astronomy.”I had pulled up my socks from the beginning of class X and studied throughout the year. At times, it became a little hectic while juggling between private coaching and school. I treated the board exam just like my school exams. I studied all the text books in detail, not leaving out anything and made it a point to familiarise myself with each and every paragraph. I paid attention to classroom lectures, reference books and modules other than the regular course books,” he said. Sourit also credited his father and said he always emphasised on self-study, which contributed in achieving his goal. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedHe also thanked his school for the support of the faculty, who helped him to turn his weaknesses into strengths.Some of the other toppers from Kolkata include Ayshwarya Ghosh, who scored 494 out of 500 with 98.8 percent and Sayan Maji, who scored 492 out of 500 with the same percentage. Both of them are students of South Point High School. Ushasi Das of Sushila Birla Girls’ School scored 98.4 percent.According to an official of DPS Ruby Park, the overall result of the school was excellent with 346 out of 450 students securing an aggregate score of above 80 percent. In South Point High School, 144 out of 790 students scored above 95 percent and in Sushila Birla Girls’ School, 61 out of 76 got 80 percent and above.Birla High School also fared very well with all the 175 students, who appeared for the examination this year, receiving good marks. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is currently in Kalimpong, congratulated the students for their success. “Congratulations to all students who excelled and those who passed the CBSE Class 10 exams. Best wishes for all your future endeavours. Good wishes to your teachers and families,” Banerjee tweeted.read more
March 10, 2016 If you have an international staff or are working with clients based in different countries, Xerox’s latest innovation wants to help open up those lines of communication.Xerox Easy Translator Service is a new cloud-based translation system that allows users to send a message through a ConnectKey Xerox multifunction printer (MFP), a web portal or via the accompanying mobile app, and have it translated into more than 40 languages. Xerox worked with software company ABBYY to develop the translation technology.When sending a message through a multifunction printer, the user can scan a document in English, and the person on the other end will receive a printed translation in their choice of language — be it Spanish, French, Mandarin, Russian — without changing the structure of the document, according to Xerox.Related: 4 Ways International Work Experience Helps Entrepreneurs Succeed Through the Xerox Easy Translator web portal, users can upload a document, select the format that works best, like a JPEG or PDF file, and then choose from three different levels of human translation: Express ($0.10 per word), Professional ($0.23 per word) and Expert ($0.35 per word).With the Express level, the message is pre-translated by a machine and then given to a human editor to make any changes. With the Professional level, the document is translated by a native-speaker and then checked by an editor and proofreader. The Expert level takes the Professional level a step further, and the document is also looked over by a native-speaking specialist in your given field. Machine translation is the service’s default mode.Related: International Holidays and Festivals Could Mean Big Business for Online RetailersWith the app, which is available for iOS and Android devices, users can take a photo of a document, upload it then receive a translated version via email in a minute.Starting today, the service is available in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Users can register on the Xerox website, download and install the mobile app or the app for the ConnectKey-enabled Xerox MFP for free. The first 30 pages of machine translations, — during a 30-day trial period — are free. Afterwards, companies who want to use the service can pay for a subscription based on their needs that can range from anywhere from from $10 for 100 pages to $5,000 for 100,000 pages per year.Related: 4 Fundamentals for Evaluating an Overseas ExpansionWhile it may have a lock on document management, Xerox’s entry into the field of translation software will likely have to compete with services such as Google’s Translate app, which also has an instant visual translation feature, and Skype Translator, which just added Arabic to its repertoire of more than 50 languages.The Norwalk, CT-based office supplies maker announced that it would be restructuring back in January, dividing into two publicly traded companies, one that focuses on printers and copy machines and another that focuses on making business services such as corporate payment systems. Though the restructuring is expected to go through by the end of the year, this week, the company took out a $1 billion loan to reportedly cover the costs of the plan. 3 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.read more