Journal Entry – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 11:45:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Journal Entry – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ 32 32 GST Board postpones decision on levying 28% tax on casinos, online gambling, horse racing and lotteries https://nalburiyedergisi.com/gst-board-postpones-decision-on-levying-28-tax-on-casinos-online-gambling-horse-racing-and-lotteries/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 11:27:35 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/gst-board-postpones-decision-on-levying-28-tax-on-casinos-online-gambling-horse-racing-and-lotteries/ GST Board Postpones Decision on Levying 28% Tax on Casinos, Online Gambling, Horse Racing and Lotteries | – Chandīgarh: The GST Board postponed its decision on levying a 28% tax on casinos, online gambling, horse racing and lottery on Wednesday pending further consultations with stakeholders, the minister said of Finance of the Union, Nirmala Sitharaman. […]]]>

GST Board Postpones Decision on Levying 28% Tax on Casinos, Online Gambling, Horse Racing and Lotteries | –

Chandīgarh: The GST Board postponed its decision on levying a 28% tax on casinos, online gambling, horse racing and lottery on Wednesday pending further consultations with stakeholders, the minister said of Finance of the Union, Nirmala Sitharaman.

A group of ministers led by Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Conrad Sangma, has been asked to re-examine stakeholder submissions on the review mechanism and submit their report by July 15, he said. she told reporters here.

The council will meet again the first week of August to decide on the matter, she said.

A two-day panel meeting considered a GoM report but postponed a decision as Goa and a few others wanted to make more submissions.

The GoM had recommended that online games be taxed at the full value of the consideration, including the contest entry fee paid by the player when participating in the game.

In the case of racetracks, he had suggested that the GST be levied on the total value of the bets grouped together in the totalizers and placed with the bookmakers.

It also recommended that no distinction be made on the basis of games of skill or chance for GST purposes and that they be taxed at the higher rate of 28 per cent.

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Sports photographer Caithness James Gunn vying for prestigious title at 43rd Scottish Press Awards https://nalburiyedergisi.com/sports-photographer-caithness-james-gunn-vying-for-prestigious-title-at-43rd-scottish-press-awards/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 18:56:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/sports-photographer-caithness-james-gunn-vying-for-prestigious-title-at-43rd-scottish-press-awards/ James Gunn has been photographing sport for the Caithness Courier and John O’Groat Journal for 14 years. Photo: Studiograff Photography Far North sports photographer James Gunn has been shortlisted for this year’s Scottish Press Awards as one of the best in his field. James, who is based in Halkirk, is a freelance photographer who has […]]]>

James Gunn has been photographing sport for the Caithness Courier and John O’Groat Journal for 14 years. Photo: Studiograff Photography

Far North sports photographer James Gunn has been shortlisted for this year’s Scottish Press Awards as one of the best in his field.

James, who is based in Halkirk, is a freelance photographer who has provided high quality images for the Caithness Courier and John O’Groat Journal for 14 years.

He works full time in Dounreay as an Information and Knowledge Officer and does his freelance work evenings and weekends.

The 60-year-old will take on Michael Gillen of the Falkirk Herald, Ian MacNicol of Getty Images, Wullie Marr of Press and Journal and Evening Express, and Andrew Milligan of PA Media.

Winners will be announced at a ceremony and dinner at DoubleTree by Hilton in Glasgow on Wednesday, September 21.

James said: “I’m quite delighted to be shortlisted again – I think it’s the sixth or seventh time – but I have to be realistic, I’m up against the professionals who travel the world full time, so it will be a big surprise if I win.

“We have the advantage of having the surf here, and that’s one of my entries. It just goes to show that you don’t need to do the big events with thousands of people there. You can get a great action at smaller local events too.

“I think it’s good to give small sports like cycling good public relations and it could also encourage people to get involved in the sport locally.”

James’ entry this year consisted of five sports photographs ranging from football and rugby to cycling and surfing.

Finn McDonald.  Photo: James Gunn
Finn McDonald. Photo: James Gunn
David MacIvor of West Lothian Clarion.  Photo: James Gunn
David MacIvor of West Lothian Clarion. Photo: James Gunn

John Davidson, content editor for both Caithness titles, said the shortlist was well deserved.

“James’ action photos add an extra dimension to our coverage of local sport,” he said. “He seems to have a real knack for capturing the moment perfectly, and it’s not by accident – he endured high winds, driving rain and clouds of midges to constantly provide newspapers and the website with… excellent photographs.

“We thank James for the work he is doing and wish him well at the Scottish Press Awards later this year.”

The 43rd Scottish Press Awards recognize excellence in national, regional and digital journalism from across the country.

This year’s judging panel was led by Denise West, former chief executive of the Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd, and commercial director of DC Thomson Media.

Denise was joined by 36 independent judges – including 21 women and 15 men – from Scotland’s media, communications and public affairs sectors.

Ms West said: “Last year was just as difficult for the Scottish press as 2020, but hard-earned government investment has given editors and publishers a solid base on which to keep the public properly informed. The proof of this year’s Scottish Press Awards entries is that Scottish journalists have continued to rise to and exceed the challenge with usual style and passion.

“Rising costs meant that the difficulties in the immediate future have not diminished, but so has the commitment of Scottish journalists to keep the supply of reliable and quality information circulating nationally and local.

“As never before, the role of the press in holding the powerful accountable is badly needed, and as the judges face an uphill battle to select the winners from some superb entries, we congratulate everyone in the industry, not only our finalists.

The 43rd Scottish Press Awards are sponsored by Royal Bank of Scotland, Diageo, VisitScotland, Edrington, Openreach, SGN, Glenmorangie, Amazon, The Law Society of Scotland, Women in Journalism Scotland, BIG Partnership, Event Consultants Scotland and the Scottish Newspaper Society.

Below are more shots of James that he entered for the award:

Grant Anderson is covered in mud at the end of a tough shift against Orkney.  Photo: James Gunn
Grant Anderson is covered in mud at the end of a tough shift against Orkney. Photo: James Gunn
Halkirk Utd striker Ryan Henderson celebrates scoring the first goal.  Photo: James Gunn
Halkirk Utd striker Ryan Henderson celebrates scoring the first goal. Photo: James Gunn
Halkirk's John McLean fires a spectacular effort on goal, but it's been wide deflected.  Photo: James Gunn
Halkirk’s John McLean fires a spectacular effort on goal, but it’s been wide deflected. Photo: James Gunn


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Yellowjackets Season 2 Will Fix Jackie’s Diary Entry Discrepancies https://nalburiyedergisi.com/yellowjackets-season-2-will-fix-jackies-diary-entry-discrepancies/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 01:01:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/yellowjackets-season-2-will-fix-jackies-diary-entry-discrepancies/ The Yellowjackets season 2 will address the discrepancies in Jackie’s diary, with entries dated after her death at the end of season 1. The yellow jackets the showrunners talk about the discrepancies in Jackie’s diary, with some entries written after her death, saying the audience will find out where they came from in season 2. […]]]>

The Yellowjackets season 2 will address the discrepancies in Jackie’s diary, with entries dated after her death at the end of season 1.

The yellow jackets the showrunners talk about the discrepancies in Jackie’s diary, with some entries written after her death, saying the audience will find out where they came from in season 2. Showrunners Ashley Lyle, Bart Nickerson, and Jonathon Lisco have confirmed that the second season has been written and filming is expected to begin late summer this year. The series stars Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Tawny Cypress, Christina Ricci, Sophie Nelisse, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Sophie Thatcher and Sammi Hanratty.

yellow jackets follows a high school football team crash-landing in the Canadian wilderness in 1996 as they survive for 19 months, as well as a side story set in 2021 that shows the survivors coping with the long-term effects of the ‘incident. The Season 1 finale saw the death of Jackie (Ella Purnell) after deciding to sleep outside and freezing to death. yellow jackets shows his diary in the sixth episode of season 1 which contains references to films that would have been released after his death in 1996, leading to inconsistencies.

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In an interview with Variety, the three showrunners are asked if the public will find out who wrote the following entries in Jackie’s diary. The interviewer asks if Shauna (Nelisse) is responsible for the entries, which Lisco suggests is not. However, he does confirm that audiences will find out why the entries are there in the second season. Read his quote below:

I don’t mean that we will find out that Shauna necessarily wrote these entries, but we will find out why they exist.


Jackie's diary of the Yellowjackets has events after her death

It’s rare for a non-IP based series to become such a cultural hit these days, but yellow jackets pulled it off with its unpredictable storylines, stellar performances, and juicy mysteries. While Season 2 will likely introduce more mysteries to solve, there are some answers to come that should be somewhat satisfying for fans of the show. There is still no premiere date for the new season yet, but yellow jackets is sure to answer the theories that dominate the conversation, including those of Jackie’s fate.


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Scientists develop suitable human cell line for anti-SARS-CoV-2 drug screening https://nalburiyedergisi.com/scientists-develop-suitable-human-cell-line-for-anti-sars-cov-2-drug-screening/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 10:54:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/scientists-develop-suitable-human-cell-line-for-anti-sars-cov-2-drug-screening/ In a recent article published in the journal Virusscientists described the development of a human cell line suitable for high-throughput screening of antiviral drugs targeting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Study: A novel A549 cell line expressing ACE2 and TMPRSS2 is highly permissive to SARS-CoV-2, including Delta and Omicron variants. Image Credit: CROCOTHERIE […]]]>

In a recent article published in the journal Virusscientists described the development of a human cell line suitable for high-throughput screening of antiviral drugs targeting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

Study: A novel A549 cell line expressing ACE2 and TMPRSS2 is highly permissive to SARS-CoV-2, including Delta and Omicron variants. Image Credit: CROCOTHERIE / Shutterstock

Scientists engineered the A549 human lung carcinoma cell line to express high levels of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) and transmembrane serine protease 2 (TMPRSS2), two vital host proteins required for viral entry .

Background

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 has placed an immense burden on the global health system, with more than 539 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 and more than 6.3 million deaths worldwide. With the progression of the pandemic, many viral variants with new mutational landscapes have emerged around the world. Some of them have been designated as the variants of concern (COVs) due to their greatly enhanced transmissibility, infectivity, virulence and immune evasion. Given the growing threat of the pandemic to global public health, the identification and development of SARS-CoV-2 specific antiviral drugs is urgently needed.

In the current study, scientists described the development of a modified A549 cell line that shows robust expression of ACE2 and TMPRSS2 and high susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection. ACE2 and TMPRSS2 are essential for harboring proteins necessary for SARS-CoV-2 entry into host cells.

Modification of the A549 cell line

Modification of the A549 cell line was performed by transducing the cells with a human lentivirus expressing ACE2, followed by puromycin-based clone selection. Then, the selected clones were transduced with a lentivirus expressing TMPRSS2.

More than 50 clones were selected. Of which, one clone showed robust expression of ACE2 and TMPRSS2 and high SARS-CoV-2 infection rate (60%). The infection rate in the modified cell line is similar to that of the Vero E6 cell line, which is a well-established and widely used cell line to characterize SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Single cell sorting of these clones was performed to generate single cell derived subclones. The susceptibility of these subclones (modified cells) to viral infection was determined by infecting them with wild-type SARS-CoV-2 and its delta and omicron variants. Overall, the modified cells showed high susceptibility to infection by all viral variants tested. The infection rate of engineered cells was higher than that of a commercially available human A549 cell line expressing ACE2 and TMPRSS2.

Characterization of the modified A549 cell line

Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and flow cytometry were conducted to determine mRNA expressions of ACE2 and TMPRSS2 and cell surface expression of ACE2, respectively.

The results revealed that the engineered cells express significantly higher levels of ACE2 and TMPRSS2 than commercially available ACE2 and TMPRSS2-expressing A549 cells. Additionally, the engineered cells showed higher infectivity for SARS-CoV-2 containing the D614G mutation compared to the wild-type virus. D614G is known to interfere with ACE2 receptor binding and viral entry.

Application of modified A549 cells

The utility of modified A549 cells as a screening platform for antiviral drugs was tested in the study. Specifically, engineered cells infected with SARS-CoV-2 were used to compare the antiviral efficacy of nine antiviral drugs (repurposed anti-COVID 19 drugs Nirmatrelvir, EIDD-1931, remdesivir; anti-HIV drug Nelfinavir; and candidate widely used antiviral drugs camostat mesylate, naphthofluorescein, E64d and decanoyl-RVKR-CMK).

Dose-response analysis revealed that all repurposed drugs as well as the anti-HIV drug strongly inhibited SARS-CoV-2 infection in engineered cells. Among the drug candidates, only camostat mesylate significantly inhibited viral infection. These observations indicate that the modified cells can be used for high throughput screening of antiviral drugs.

Additionally, the modified cells were used to test the antiviral efficacy of a panel of drugs against delta and omicron infections. All antiviral drugs tested (EIDD-1931, remdesivir, nirmatrelvir, and nelfinavir) showed dose-dependent inhibition of infection caused by wild-type SARS-CoV-2 and delta and omicron variants. In engineered cells, the omicron variant showed higher susceptibility to drug treatment compared to wild-type SARS-CoV-2 and the delta variant.

Significance of the study

A human cell model suitable for SARS-CoV-2 infection was developed in the study. The lentiviral transduction method was used to stably and robustly express human ACE2 and TMPRSS2 in A549 cells. As suggested by the scientists, these modified A549 cells could potentially be used to study emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants and screen for antiviral drugs.

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Unaccounted for cash and jewelery worth Rs 9 cr seized by IT detectives in operations against business group https://nalburiyedergisi.com/unaccounted-for-cash-and-jewelery-worth-rs-9-cr-seized-by-it-detectives-in-operations-against-business-group/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:15:51 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/unaccounted-for-cash-and-jewelery-worth-rs-9-cr-seized-by-it-detectives-in-operations-against-business-group/ The Income Tax (IT) Department had recently conducted search and seizure operations on a group of businesses involved in the retail and export of handicrafts, cash financing, buying and selling land and buildings, as well as some bullion traders. The search operation covered more than 25 premises spread across Rajasthan and Mumbai. The search action […]]]>

The Income Tax (IT) Department had recently conducted search and seizure operations on a group of businesses involved in the retail and export of handicrafts, cash financing, buying and selling land and buildings, as well as some bullion traders. The search operation covered more than 25 premises spread across Rajasthan and Mumbai.

The search action led to the seizure of unaccounted cash exceeding Rs 1.30 crore and unaccounted gold jewelry exceeding Rs 7.90 crore. On the face of it, unrecorded revenue estimated in excess of Rs 100 crore has been uncovered so far, agency officials have claimed.

“During the search operation, several offending documents were found and seized. Examination of the evidence seized indicates that the group engaged in unrecorded cash transactions in real estate business as well as the obtaining fictitious purchase invoices The group’s modus operandi has been to suppress the profits of the handicraft business by inflating purchases in the books of account, through fake gold and silver bills arranged by bullion dealers. During the search, it was also found that money had been redeemed against checks issued to these bullion dealers.

Cash was found to be used to invest in real estate as well as to obtain checks to enter as credits in the books of accounts. The seized evidence also revealed that the group recently acquired a few shell companies through ingress operators,” an IT manager said.

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Fair brings out competitors | Agriculture https://nalburiyedergisi.com/fair-brings-out-competitors-agriculture/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/fair-brings-out-competitors-agriculture/ While showing livestock can be a big part of the fair experience, the St. Francis County Fair is about more than animals. This year’s fair is from Wednesday to Sunday. Exhibits for horticulture, including field crops, home economics and floriculture are accepted on Wednesdays – the day which is the real kick-off day for fair […]]]>

While showing livestock can be a big part of the fair experience, the St. Francis County Fair is about more than animals. This year’s fair is from Wednesday to Sunday.

Exhibits for horticulture, including field crops, home economics and floriculture are accepted on Wednesdays – the day which is the real kick-off day for fair week – at the exhibition building from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. No advance entry fee required and no exit. state entries will be accepted. One person may submit one entry per class.

Exhibits must be removed Sunday by 11 a.m. and cannot be removed before 8 a.m. Sunday, unless by prior arrangement. Entries left at 11 a.m. on Sunday are not the responsibility of the fair association and cannot be returned.

Where applicable, exhibitors in the youth division must be between the ages of 7 and 13, while exhibitors in the tot division must be between the ages of 3 and 6. Both divisions are not eligible to compete in Department J – Junior Show.

Under horticulture, broad categories include vegetables, including beans, green beans, carrots, okra, and other vegetables. Fruit is also included in horticulture, including all-allowed red, yellow, and green apples, peaches, pears, plums, and other fruits.

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Field crops also fall under the horticulture section and include the categories of hybrid corn, grains and seeds, plants, and baled hay. In the grain and seed category, all grain and seed must be in a liter pot, while baled hay must be half a bale of the current year’s hay.

In the homeschooling section, there are many categories of participation. All good canned entrees must follow University of Missouri Extension guidelines, and all canned foods must be displayed in standard containers bearing Mason’s names plus trade name.

Categories in this section include canned fruits and vegetables, preserves, butter, marmalade, jam, jellies, pickles and other preserves, bread, cakes, cookies, pastry, candies, crafts, Christmas ideas, art, oils, charcoals, crayons or pastels, acrylics, ink in art, tiles, ceramics or plaster, embroidery, painted embroidery, crewel embroidery, applique, tapestry, counted cross stitch, cross stitch, crochet, knitting, apron, textile paint other than wall hanging, doily and potholders, quilt blankets, afghans, baby clothes, children’s clothes, women’s clothes, men’s clothes, outdoor photography current year and wood.

Categories for floriculture include cut specimens, potted plants, and indoor plants, including pots, hangers or dishes, flower arrangements, and garden art.

With floriculture, under the category of cut specimens, all specimens must be grown in the garden by the exhibitor, must include foliage where possible, and be a single stem unless otherwise advised. All exhibits under the cut specimen group must be well maintained, free of insects, and no oiling or dressing of foliage is permitted. All exhibits must be in clear jars or bottles in proper proportion to the size of the specimen, and absolutely no colored cans and bottles or jars are permitted.

Under the category of containers and indoor plants, this category includes all potted, hanging or flat plants. All containers must be clean and be decorated and potted by the exhibitor. Plants must be well established and cared for by the exhibitor for 90 days or more before entering the exhibit. Judging will be on the abundance of flowers at their peak, foliage, clarity of color, size and shape of plants based on variety, grooming and cultural perfection.

In the context of arrangements, all arrangements must be made by the exhibitor. Fresh flowers must come from the garden, but do not have to be grown by the exhibitor. This includes an arrangement of fresh flowers, silk flowers, fresh or dried miniature flowers and cannot exceed five inches in any direction.

All garden art entries must relate to the garden and include stepping stones, wind chimes, photographs, ceramics and the like.

The Homeschooled Youth Division is for youth under the age of 13 who cannot participate in shows in 4-H or Future Farmers of America, and will be judged under the Danish system in which everyone will receive a ribbon.

In the floriculture section, there are two sections for children under 16, one for youngsters from seven to 15 years old and one for toddlers from 3 to 6 years old. The youth and toddler sections will be judged by the Danish system.

If you have any questions, contact President Faye Worley, 573-756-2951.

Danielle Thurman is a reporter for the Daily Journal and can be reached at dthurman@dailyjournalonline.com or 573-518-3616.

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McCartney turns 80 with Springsteen, 60,000 Friends https://nalburiyedergisi.com/mccartney-turns-80-with-springsteen-60000-friends/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 05:52:02 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/mccartney-turns-80-with-springsteen-60000-friends/ EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – It’s hard to think of a better way for Paul McCartney to celebrate his 80th birthday than by singing “Glory Days” on stage with Bruce Springsteen or being serenaded by some 60,000 well-wishers. That’s right, the “cute Beatle” turns 80 on Saturday. It’s one of those cultural milestones that brings great […]]]>

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – It’s hard to think of a better way for Paul McCartney to celebrate his 80th birthday than by singing “Glory Days” on stage with Bruce Springsteen or being serenaded by some 60,000 well-wishers.

That’s right, the “cute Beatle” turns 80 on Saturday. It’s one of those cultural milestones that brings great inspiration – was it this long? – as well as an appreciation of what it still has to offer.

For it’s been over half a century now since the Beatles broke up, a realization that hits you like that 1970s joke about young people saying, “Was Paul McCartney in a band before Wings?”


Like several other members of the “I hope I die before I grow old” generation, including Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and former Beatles pal Ringo Starr, McCartney continues to work, continues to share his music from the stage. Another 1960s icon, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, is set to perform at the Starlight Theater in Kansas City on Monday in celebration of his 80th birthday.

“He has a youthful exuberance that has no age,” Bob Spitz, a Beatles biographer, said of McCartney. “There’s still a part of that 21-year-old boy that shines in all of his performances.”

It would be cliché – and wrong – to suggest that the weather hasn’t taken its toll. The fragility of her voice was evident as she sang “Blackbird” Thursday night at MetLife Stadium, the final night of a brief US tour. He fought for the high notes of “Here Today”, his love letter to John Lennon, who was robbed of a long life by an assassin’s bullet.

The skill of a friendly group, along with the imagination and voices of the audience, corrects the difficult points.

“Yeah, yeah, that’s right, I have a birthday coming up,” McCartney said, scanning the signs in the audience that reminded him. “I’m not trying to ignore it, but…”

The crowd offered a spontaneous “Happy Birthday” serenade, even before Jersey guy Jon Bon Jovi whipped out a handful of balloons during the encore to lead them into another verse.

Fellow Jersey guy Springsteen joined McCartney for the duet on “Glory Days” and a version of “I Wanna Be Your Man.” He later appeared to join the “Abbey Road” guitar duel.

For most artists, the appearance of such local royalty would be a hard time to come by. Most artists can’t immediately release “Let it Be” and “Hey Jude” to follow it.

To mark the anniversary, Stereogum magazine asked 80 artists to choose their favorite McCartney song, and the choices were remarkable in their breadth – from the pre-Beatles 1958 cut “In Spite of All the Danger” (which McCartney performed at MetLife) to his 2016 collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West “FourFiveSeconds” (which he didn’t).

David Crosby and Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys both cast “Eleanor Rigby”. The Flaming Lips’ master showman Wayne Coyne has chosen “Magical Mystery Tour”. Steve Earle selected “Every Night”, while Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott went against type with the sweet “Little Lamb Dragonfly”. Mac DeMarco chose the epic “Ram”, “The backseat of my car”.

Many have pointed out the injustice of having to pick just one.

Stereogum’s feature film illustrated the varied entry points of musicians of different generations into a living, breathing catalogue. For example, he revealed that a widely overlooked album like 1980s “McCartney II” had a far greater impact on developing artists than its reception at the time would have suggested.

On Friday, McCartney’s team announced it was packing “McCartney II” along with its other DIY albums, 1970’s “McCartney” and 2020’s “McCartney III,” into a box set that will go on sale in August.

What is the size of the songbook? McCartney performed 38 songs at MetLife, including 20 Beatles songs, and even managed to miss an entire decade. Do you remember the 1990s?

With the help of Peter Jackson, who reimagined the “Get Back” sessions for last year’s TV project, McCartney was able to perform a virtual “duet” with Lennon singing his part of “I’ve Got a Feeling.” of the concert on the roof of Apple. . McCartney also paid tribute to George Harrison, who died in 2001, with a version of “Something” that started with Paul on a ukulele George gave him and built a full band version.

Spitz recalled a Beatles-era film clip of Lennon telling an interviewer he’d be flabbergasted if it lasted longer than 10 years. McCartney stood next to him laughing.

Lennon was right about the Beatles as a unit, but not about the music. He couldn’t have imagined that an adult queuing in 2022 to enter MetLife would be heard asking a companion, “Where’s Mom and Dad?”

Birthday advanced, damn it, McCartney, irrepressibly happy, left with a promise when the last fireworks broke and he left the stage.

“See you next time.”

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New Mexico governor concerned about potential influx of migrants – The Journal https://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-mexico-governor-concerned-about-potential-influx-of-migrants-the-journal/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 22:54:01 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-mexico-governor-concerned-about-potential-influx-of-migrants-the-journal/ New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, left, greets President Joe Biden at Kirtland Air Force Base during a trip to meet with state and local officials about the New Mexico wildfires on June 11 in Albuquerque. (Evan Vucci/Associated Press) Evan Vucci ALBUQUERQUE — The Democratic governor of New Mexico is asking the Biden administration to […]]]>

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, left, greets President Joe Biden at Kirtland Air Force Base during a trip to meet with state and local officials about the New Mexico wildfires on June 11 in Albuquerque. (Evan Vucci/Associated Press)

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ALBUQUERQUE — The Democratic governor of New Mexico is asking the Biden administration to delay planned or expanded efforts to transport migrants to his state if pandemic-related restrictions on asylum seekers are lifted.

The federal government has planned a three-fold increase in border crossings if that happens, and first-term governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said on Tuesday that an influx of migrants would significantly affect the border state’s ability to provide continued humanitarian aid. to thousands of New Mexico residents displaced by historic wildfires this spring.

She voiced her concerns in a letter sent to Homeland Security Secretary Alejando Mayorkas.

The governor is among Democrats who would be forced to play defense in an already tough midterm election year if there were an increase in illegal border crossings.

Lujan Grisham told Mayorkas that border issues and flaws in the immigration system must be addressed and that public safety and health are paramount. She went on to say that she does not believe the ministry can adequately address concerns if existing limitations on the entry of migrants are lifted.

“New Mexico (and other border states) will bear the brunt of the negative economic and social impacts that may arise from the influx of migrants without additional planning by the federal government,” Lujan Grisham wrote. “I cannot allow this.”

The governor recently traveled to Washington to speak with top wildfire recovery officials as the largest blaze in the United States chars more dry forests in northern New Mexico.

The massive fire was the result of federally planned burns to clear vegetation and reduce the risk of a catastrophic wildfire. As the flames escaped containment, thousands of residents were forced to flee and rural communities now face threats of post-fire flooding and other problems.

Lujan Grisham said New Mexico’s resources have already been taxed by wildfire emergencies and he cannot “take on additional burdens that are directly within the jurisdiction of the federal government.”

Last month, a federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s plan to lift restrictions on migrants, ordering they remain in place while a lawsuit led by Arizona and Louisiana – and now joined by 22 other states – takes place in court.

Migrants have been deported more than 1.9 million times since March 2020 under Title 42, a public health provision that denies them the ability to seek asylum under US law and an international treaty in the reason to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Along with the ruling that the Biden administration failed to follow administrative procedures requiring public notice and time to gather public comment, the judge cited predictions that ending restrictions would likely increase border crossings to at 18,000 per day. This, the judge noted, would result in the treatment of more migrants in gathering places where contagious diseases can spread.

The New Mexico governor’s office did not specify how many migrants the state could expect if restrictions were lifted.

Lujan Grisham had been a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, and Republicans in New Mexico have repeatedly criticized her for what they see as a lax stance on border security.

The issue is expected to be part of the debate ahead of the November election, when Lujan Grisham takes on GOP challenger Mark Ronchetti.

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Rubot is launching a crypto platform that offers a separate feature from the auto trading platform. https://nalburiyedergisi.com/rubot-is-launching-a-crypto-platform-that-offers-a-separate-feature-from-the-auto-trading-platform/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 00:07:42 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/rubot-is-launching-a-crypto-platform-that-offers-a-separate-feature-from-the-auto-trading-platform/ With another unique approach, the Arbitrage System and Automated Robot Trading Systems are also provided by Rubot for the convenience of emerging traders and digital entrepreneurs. UK, June 13, 2022, King NewsWire, Automated trading systems – also known as mechanical trading systems, algorithmic trading, automated trading or system trading – allow traders to establish specific […]]]>

With another unique approach, the Arbitrage System and Automated Robot Trading Systems are also provided by Rubot for the convenience of emerging traders and digital entrepreneurs.

UK, June 13, 2022, King NewsWire, Automated trading systems – also known as mechanical trading systems, algorithmic trading, automated trading or system trading – allow traders to establish specific rules for trading entries and exits which, once programmed, can be executed automatically via a computer. Various platforms report that 70-80% or more of stocks traded on US exchanges come from automatic trading systems.

Considering the importance of auto trading systems, Rubot stands out as a newly launched crypto platform offering the same services to crypto enthusiasts. RUBOT is an educational hub for traders that focuses on providing high-quality cryptocurrency market analysis, in-depth guides, and live market updates. In addition to reliable trading signals, they have an in-depth knowledge base for traders of all types, including an extensive section of cryptocurrency strategies, the best trading course people can find, and their trading center. ‘learning.

By using robots, traders and investors can implement precise entry, exit and money management rules into automated trading systems that allow computers to execute and monitor trades. One of the biggest appeals of automating strategies is that it can take some of the emotion out of trading, as trades are automatically placed once specific criteria are met.

Trade entry and exit rules can be based on simple conditions like a moving average crossover. These can be complicated strategies that require a deep understanding of the programming language specific to the user’s trading platform. They can also rely on the expertise of a qualified programmer.

Automated trading systems typically require software tied to a direct-access broker, and any specific rules must be written in that platform’s proprietary language. The team of experts behind the Rubot decided to create a professional service that would provide great efficiency. The exclusive features and services will assure amateur traders of their decisions and the income they will derive from them.

Their advisers and contacts are quite expensive, and the money they charge for membership covers the costs of this activity. Therefore, the group and its customers benefit from the services.

For more information, visit https://rubot.info/.

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Senator wants to help more NM students complete their degrees https://nalburiyedergisi.com/senator-wants-to-help-more-nm-students-complete-their-degrees/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 06:03:15 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/senator-wants-to-help-more-nm-students-complete-their-degrees/ During this graduation season, I am proud to pay tribute to all New Mexico students and their families, who have worked so hard to graduate. The financial rewards of finishing college are well documented. On average, students who complete a bachelor’s degree earn a million dollars more over their lifetime than those who only have […]]]>

During this graduation season, I am proud to pay tribute to all New Mexico students and their families, who have worked so hard to graduate. The financial rewards of finishing college are well documented. On average, students who complete a bachelor’s degree earn a million dollars more over their lifetime than those who only have a high school diploma. These awards benefit not only the students themselves, but also their children, families and communities as a whole.

Unfortunately, far too many students who enroll in college do not reach this important milestone. While 86% of students graduated from high school in 2019, a proportion that has steadily increased over the past two decades, only a quarter of students entering public two-year colleges graduate. within three years.

In New Mexico, we have improved the percentage of our high school graduates going to college. Yet only about 40 percent of freshmen in the state who enrolled in two- or four-year colleges graduated. Among Hispanics, Blacks, and Native Americans, as well as those from low-income families, graduation rates are even lower.

We have to do so much better than that. That’s why I’m working hard to establish a federal college retention and completion scholarship program, the first of its kind, to help more New Mexico students overcome all the barriers between orientation day and graduation day.

In recent years, the focus has rightly been on bringing a college education within reach of more students. We’re closer than ever to helping students afford a college education more easily with tuition assistance at the state level through the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship and at the federal level with increases important tools of the Pell Grant, one of the most important tools that helps many lower and middle income students pay school expenses.

Despite all of these welcome advances in college access and affordability, policymakers still need to recognize that for many students – especially first-generation students and those from low-income families – entering college is n is just the beginning.

If we want more students to graduate and experience all of the economic benefits that come with that education, our colleges and universities must be able to offer students more personalized and comprehensive support. And they must ensure that all students have access to affordable transportation and housing and academic mentoring to help them navigate college demands and stay on track.

My legislation to establish a new fund for college retention and completion would provide states with new funding to increase the graduation and completion rates of all students enrolled in their public colleges and universities. I helped secure an initial $5 million in the fiscal year 2022 omnibus appropriations agreement that Congress passed in March to launch this program.

Colleges across the country will be able to put these funds to work immediately for a variety of evidence-based programs that support student persistence, completion, and success. This includes programs like the Student Experience Project, which works with partner institutions like the University of New Mexico to create a more inclusive and equitable classroom environment in entry-level courses and improve support services provided to students. underrepresented freshmen and sophomores. backgrounds. Another good example is the New Mexico State University campus food bank called Aggie Cupboard, which has helped address growing food insecurity within its student community.

Colleges will also be able to implement bi-generational solutions that help students with children. We haven’t adapted enough to the reality that more than one in five students is also a parent. If the parents manage to find the time to go to school, they must adapt their lesson schedule to their job and to the school and daycare hours of their child. All of this limits parents’ access to a full and rigorous lesson schedule. The new retention and completion grants will allow colleges to provide better support for students with children, then families will overcome obstacles and achieve success together.

The new retention and completion grants will also allow schools to scale up the direct supports students need, such as mental health services, mentoring and career coaching. Schools will be able to help students apply for and access financial aid and benefits programs that will help them meet basic needs like food and shelter. Finally, this new funding will allow colleges to create incentives to keep students on track, provide accelerated learning options such as early high school programs, and improve transfer pathways between different schools. public and community colleges.

I remain focused on making even greater long-term investments in the new college persistence and completion grants so we can finally make sure students don’t just get into college. . We have to make sure that they also pass their college studies.

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