Atlante - notizie dal mondo in tempo reale e lingua originale
Raccontare il mondo o leggere il mondo? La domanda non è superflua perché “conoscere” è – sovente – conoscenza scritta da altri (e non controllatia. “Leggere il mondo” vuol dire, invece, monitorare (facendo la tara di quel che si racconta) il racconto.
HOP FROG, in questo contesto, offre un nuovo servizio (naturalmente gratuito) che si innesta su quello che i maggiori Media mondiali scrivono, raccontano e su cui si legge (e si interpreta) la quotidianità. Il “motore” parte da Salerno. Un’opportunità, pertanto, per coloro che vengono a Salerno (per turismo, lavoro ed altro) ma anche per studenti (per esempio i molti Erasmus risiedenti a Salerno) ricercatori, docenti, studiosi, imprenditori etc.
Atlante, dunque, come “lente specifica” (ma non deformante) per chi da Salerno (ma non solo, naturalmente) vuole restare “al centro del fiume”. Nel flusso della quotidianità senza abituarvisi.
In an effort to reduce downtime, prolonged outage and also improve in service delivery, the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) has introduced night lines maintenance operations in its network.
Announcing the new operation, in Port Harcourt, via a press release at the weekend, the PHED which is the distribution company (Disco) covering the four states, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River and Rivers, said a four-man technical team with equipped patrol vehicle would work round the clock to ensure that faults which occurring at nights are fixed, stressing that it has begun with customers in Port Harcourt while still working out modalities for the other remaining states.
Signed by John Onyi, Manager, Corporate Communications on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer, Naveen Kapoor, the press release stated that the security agencies have already been notified about the noble innovation and urged the customers to accord the night team the necessary support required to accomplish the task of prompt fault clearing.
“PHED would continue to adopt proactive strategies in satisfying its customers in terms of service delivery. However, customers should reciprocate through prompt payment of electricity bill with a view to sustaining not only the PHED but the power industry in Nigeria.
“Customers are also advised to call on 24/7 call centre 070022557433 any time and the rapid response team would respond,” Kapoor said.
It would be recalled that since the inception of PHED in November 2013, night operations was a major challenge due to security breaches.
However, the company said it has devised ways of surmounting the security challenges in order to improve its service delivery.
CONOR McGREGOR will get a rematch against Khabib Nurmagomedov because there is still “bad blood” to settle.
UFC boss Dana White has opened the door for Conor McGregor to rematch KhabibSportsfile - Subscription
Nurmagomedov, 31, has since defended his belt against Dustin Poirer at UFC 241 in Abu Dhabi but an injury to The Notorious’ left hand halted a 2019 return for the Irishman.
But McGregor will return against Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone at UFC 246 in January with the bout set at welterweight, as the 31-year-old searches for his first win in three years.
Despite the winless run, and comeback fight a division above lightweight, UFC boss Dana White insisted the Irish star is deservant of the next shot Khabib’s belt.
He told ESPN: “Look what Conor’s done over the last however many years.
“Then he loses to Khabib in a fight that was – when you talk about bad blood – it’s like the next level of bad blood.”
“So Conor’s in line next for this [title] fight if he beats Cowboy.”
McGregor will return against striker Cerrone in Las Vegas, with the American on a two-fight losing streak, competing at 155lbs.
White claimed the pay-per-view clash taking place at welterweight is so the lightweight pair can eliminate a grueling weight cut.
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He explained: “It’s a 155 fight that they are not cutting weight for.
“And realistically, when Conor said I want to do this fight at 170, and then gave me the reason that he wanted to do it, I was like ‘yeah, there is no way Cowboy is going to argue with that’.
“Why cut the weight if they both agree they don’t want to cut weight?”
Khabib beat Dustin Poirier after his submission victory against McGregorInstagram @khabib_nurmagomedov
McGregor will return against Donald Cerrone at welterweight
طرطوس-سانا أوقفت المؤسسة العامة لمياه الشرب في طرطوس صباح اليوم عمليات ضخ مياه الشرب في عدد من المشروعات بسبب العكارة الناتجة عن الأمطار الغزيرة خلال اليومين الماضيين. وبين مدير عام المؤسسة المهندس نزار جبور في تصريح لمراسلة سانا أن التوقف شمل مشروعات الينابيع في جورة الحصان والديرون والسوادين بمنطقة الشيخ بدر إضافة الى مشاريع جسر …
After President Barak Obama was elected into power in the United States of America, most Africans might have been asking what he was to do for African countries just because he is linked to Africa because his father was from Kenya.
To say the truth, such is a very retrogressive way of thinking. Obama is an American and was elected by the people of America to serve them.
In fact, the mentality of expecting help from outside all the time does not help at all. In the same vein, it is naïve for one to think that someone has to come from outside to bring change in Malawi. Just imagine, foreign observers on elections have no time to wait for the conclusion. To them, if voting has been done without disturbances, then the election is free and fair. They seem not to care about the real outcome. Their statements of ‘free and fair’ no longer makes much sense.
As it were, it had to take Malawians themselves to get rid of the colonial government and bring independence. Once it was people of this country who fought against one-party rule and brought in multiparty democracy. At the moment, it is Malawians who are going to bring change. There is nothing to call for a regime change if people are faced with a government which does not deliver.
No one should underestimate the capabilities of Malawians whenever they demand for change. They might be poor but that does not necessarily mean they are not intelligent enough. There are so many examples which can prove this. For the first-time in a multiparty democracy Malawians cannot take an election loss lying down. Members of Parliament have been dragged to court whenever their competitors think their loss was not genuine.
The country has even witnessed a landmark trial, whereby the losing presidential candidates of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM, have challenged President Peter Mutharika and the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) in the constitutional court. The two opposition leaders—Lazarus Chakwera and Saulos Chilima—claim that the May 2019 elections were fraudulent, which led to their loss, and Mutharika was declared a winner. The opposition leaders want to know the truth and they have not been deterred by cynical statements that losers always cry foul.
Whatever will be the outcome of this case, Malawi will no longer be the same. What remains is for Malawi to do away with the lousy law of swearing-in a President before all election queries have been settled.
Fortunately, Chakwera and Chilima have shown a lot of courage to take President Mutharika to court.
This will be the way to go even in future. It must be emphasised that change will come by the people of Malawi. Under Mutharika’s government, abject poverty is at the lowest ebb. Hence, the country seems to be a fertile ground for bribery by powers that be in order to silence the down-trodden as well as government critics.
Fortunately, there are organisations such as Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) and other individuals who are leaving no stone unturned in speaking for the voiceless. To show their dedication, they have been able to summon more than one million people on the streets to demonstrate. This has never happened before in Malawi. Doubters about the capability of Malawians should by now know that people are ready to take up the challenge for change. Indeed, change will come soon.
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Paphos held its annual Santa Run on Sunday with hundreds of people taking part.
The event was supported by Paphos municipality, which organised a charity bazaar as part of the days events, which expected to attract 500 to 600 people.
The municipality handed out free Santa hats to all of those taking part who gathered at the town hall to set off at 10.30am. There was also an entertainment programme with dancing and Christmas songs.
The short run, which was more of a walk, ended up at Kennedy Square where there were activities for children. These included hot dogs, mulled wine, a bouncy castle, a gyroscope, a football game, a magician, face-painting, balloons. Children will also be able to create and decorate their own Christmas cards.
A number of charities also set up stalls in Kennedy Square to raise money for their individual causes by selling all sorts of items. The participating charities included the autism association, the Margarita Liasidou foundation, the association against domestic abuse, Europa Donna, the drug rehabilitation association- the Rotary club, the Lions, the anti-domestic violence charity and the round table.
Mayor Phedonas Phedonos said Paphos had a large Christmas events programme lined up for this year’s holiday season with 47 events in total, most of which would be child-centered. He called on residents to support the charity organisations around the district as much as they could.
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