Aston Villa manager wanted more from his players

first_imgAston Villa manager Dean Smith says his side would have scored more goals but maintains he is okay with the final result.Aston Villa encountered Ipswith yesterday and left them with a 2-1 defeat.“We could have won five or six nil or 2-1 today it didn’t matter it was about getting a result and getting the win at home which I thought we thoroughly deserved today,” he told Birmingham Mail“It was comfortable until Freddie Sears stuck one in the top corner and then we probably had a four or five minute spell of panic, of trying to get over the line.“But then the last five minutes I thought we sorted it out really well. I’m disappointed it wasn’t as emphatic as it should have been.Aston Villa explains why they spent so much money on players Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Aston Villa’s chief executive, the team needed to spend £144.5 million on 12 players in order to stay competitive.“Tammy should have been walking away with his 20th and 21st goals today and John McGinn should also be walking away with two or three with the chances he’s had.“So we’ve had a number of chances today and if we’re more clinical we would have made the game a lot more comfortable.“That said, we’ve got some players coming back it was great to get Mile on the pitch today.“We’re hoping to do some deals before Thursday as well.“We needed to get that win today and I thought we thoroughly deserved it.”last_img read more

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Infiniti QX Inspiration concept previews its first allelectric production vehicle

first_imgElectrification and SUVs are all the rage right now, so it’s fitting that Infiniti’s first foray into the EV market will be with an electric SUV. The Infiniti QX Inspiration concept, which debuted Monday at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, gives us an idea of how that eventual production vehicle will appear. In short, it looks great, thanks to a well-done front fascia that makes a striking first impression. Infiniti’s designers were able to figure out how to design a fetching, grille-free electric vehicle. In the grille’s absence is a light-up, three-dimensional Infiniti logo framed by the outline of a grille that’s complemented by complex sculpting. This execution lies in stark contrast to other EVs, which simply look like they’re victims of rhinectomies. The complex sculpting continues into the doors. An upswept, carved-out character line prevents the SUV’s tall doors from looking slab-sided. The overall profile is beautified with a tapered, floating roofline that falls into an aggressively angled D-pillar garnished with a vermilion signature line. Don’t be surprised if that swath of vermilion ends up on the D-pillars of future Infinitis. Out back lies a full-width, arching tail lamp that echoes the look of the rear lights on the Audi Q8. That’s not a bad thing, because overall, the QX Inspiration is quite handsome, especially with a set of 22-inch wheels rounding out the exterior. The lack of a space-devouring internal-combustion engine up front meant Infiniti’s designers could create a cab-forward design, while still having small front and rear overhangs. As a result, the QX Inspiration boasts a wheelbase of 112.2 inches. That’s comparable to a midsize crossover, but the QX concept’s 183.1-inch length is more in concert with that of a compact crossover. Combine that with a 64.2-inch height, and you have the makings of a vehicle with an impressively roomy interior that’s also dressed up quite nicely. The panoramic sunroof is louvered with Japanese red cedar, so when sunlight filters through, you get a film-noir effect. That louvered theme is repeated on the center console, which features Tuscan Bianco Carrara marble that fades and strakes into black as it approaches the display screen at the leading edge of center console. Enlarge ImageCoach doors open to reveal an interior decked out in wood, leather and dot-quilted cloth. Manuel Carrillo III/Roadshow That screen is surrounded by four other displays: one inside the steering wheel hub, two in the extra-wide instrument cluster and one ahead of the front passenger. The sofa-style back seat, meanwhile, is purposely devoid of tech touches in order to give rear passengers a respite from screen overload. Instead, there’s a flower vase at the center console’s trailing edge, right in front of a cushion-mounted control panel, along with a desktop-style lamp adorning the right-rear door. Underneath that posh interior and its even posher floor — upholstered in suede — sits a battery pack that sends power to four electric motors, two at the front axle and two at the rear. Beyond the fact that this is an all-wheel-drive, electric SUV, that’s about all the powertrain info Infiniti is offering at this time. The only other tidbit is that this concept is also designed for autonomous driving, which means its pedals and screen-equipped steering wheel are designed to retract whenever the driver places the car into its autonomous setting. Infiniti is mum on when we’ll see the production version, but it wouldn’t be far-fetched to expect it to land at some point during the 2020 auto show season. Detroit Auto Show 2019 Infiniti Infiniti May 14 • History of the Toyota Supra, a Japanese sports car legend reading • Infiniti QX Inspiration concept previews its first all-electric production vehicle Detroit Auto Show: See all the latest coverage.Concept cars: Get a glimpse of the future from Detroit and beyond. Share your voice Detroit Auto Show 2019 More From Roadshow Feb 4 • 2020 Kia Telluride: Detroit Auto Show debut turns Super Bowl ad star 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better • Jan 22 • Our highlights of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show Now playing: Watch this: See All 3:10 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Tags Feb 7 • Chevy’s full-scale Lego Silverado is plastic fantastic in Chicago 0 Post a comment Infiniti QX Inspiration concept previews the brand’s… 89 Photos Concept Cars Luxury cars Electric Cars SUVs Future Cars Crossovers Infiniti QX Inspiration concept is cover-worthylast_img read more

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Nach Baliye 9 contestants list leaked Here are the names of shortlisted

first_imgNach Baliye 9TwitterNach Baliye 9 is all set to air on television soon and it is being said that Salman Khan, who is one of the producers of the dance reality show, will introduce the contestants to the viewers soon. But it looks like the final list of contestants has already been leaked online.According to the show’s theme, Nach Baliye 9 will see ex-couples participating on the show which has already created a lot of interest among the viewers. It is also being reported that Raveena Tandon has been finalised for the judges panel on the show. And Salman Khan will apparently take the judges’ seat as well.Divyanka Tripathi, who along with her husband Vivek Dahiya, was the winners of the previous season will be hosting the grand premiere of Nach Baliye 9.And while the speculations about the contestants participating in the show are running wild, here’s the names of the participants revealed by The Khabri on their Twitter handle.1. Urvashi Dholakia – Anuj Sachdeva2. Madhurima Tuli – Vishal Aditya3. Vindu Dara Singh – Dina4. Anita Hassanandani – Rohit Reddy5. Sourabh Raj – Ridhima6. Keith – Rochelle7. Faisal Khan – Muskaan8. Shantanu Maheshwari – Nityami9. Geeta Phogat – Pawan Kumar#NachBaliye9 #NachBaliye Final Confirmed list of ContestantsUrvashiDholakia -AnujSachdeva, MadhurimaTuli- VishalAdityaVinduDaraSingh- Dina AnitaHassanandani- RohitReddy SourabhRaj- RidhimaKeith- Rochelle FaisalKhan- Muskaan, ShantanuMaheshwari- Nityami.— The Khabri (@TheKhbri) June 26, 2019last_img read more

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How Some Teachers Students In Texas Are Responding To PresidentElect Trump

first_img X 00:00 /02:35 Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: The morning after Election Day, Montessori teacher Gina Applegate was greeting her students. Then one of her fourth graders arrived in tears. He sat in a bean bag and covered his face with his hoodie.Houston Public Media’s Coverage of Election 2016“He was sobbing, sobbing,” Applegate recounted. “When I went to ask him what’s the matter, he was inconsolable in that initial moment.”Applegate encouraged the 9-year-old to write down what was bothering him. Later he handed her a card. He wrote: “I am scared because Trump hates people of color like me and that is why I’m scared.”Applegate wrote her student, who is biracial, back.“I said, ‘I understand your fear, but there is hope because there are many people who care for all the different colors of people and you have the power in you to teach tolerance and show the world compassion. I’ll be there by your side. We’re in this together,” she read.Later she gathered the whole class at the private Montessori school north of Austin for a conversation about the election. She said they had already discussed different ways to hold elections around the world, but they revisited the Electoral College. Above all, Applegate said that she wants her students to understand different points of view and express their feelings — without a debate contest with winners and losers.It’s the kind of conversation that’s played out in schools across Texas following Election Day 2016.In Houston, Anastasia Anderson leads two charters, called Promise Community Schools. Many students are from all over the world, including Mexico, Pakistan and Syria. She says many children from kindergarten to eighth grade asked questions this week.“They’re questions like ‘Are we going to be sent back to our home countries? Why did such a mean man get a elected?” Anderson said. “Some are questioning, “Is it OK to talk about women the way we’ve heard women talked about?”Some students expressed fear about a wall between the United States and Mexico or being Muslim.Anderson said that it’s hard to answer the questions. Trump has maintained that his policies like a building wall with Mexico will make America better.On campus, Anderson wanted to give students a place where they could talk and express their feelings in a safe environment.  So they gathered in circles.“We did ask our teachers to spend some time if the students want to talk, listen to them. If they want to play, if they want to dance, if they want to express themselves and let off some steam, because this election has been such a stressful one, allow that to be,” she explained.Anderson said that they also used the election results as a teaching moment  to reinforce how the U.S. government works – that no one person runs it, but rather several branches.She added that the election has reinforced another lesson for teachers.“We’re preparing our next set of adults for the electoral process that they will go through and it’s so important that they be able to handle it responsibly when they become adults,” she said.center_img Courtesy Gina ApplegateMontessori teacher Gina Applegate received this note from a student troubled by the election. Here’s her response. Listenlast_img read more

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US science group says its time to start burying plutonium

first_img Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. © 2012 Phys.Org By most estimates there is currently about 500 metric tons of plutonium in the world today that needs to be disposed of in some sort of reasonable way. By reasonable, most mean in a way that doesn’t harm anyone or the environment and that can’t be accessed by those wishing to use it to make nuclear weapons. Those writing in the new commentary piece suggest that the only good option is sealing it in ceramic pucks and burying it.Others aren’t so sure, and that’s why plutonium is currently being used to create something called Mixed Oxide nuclear fuel (MOX), an alternative fuel source that by all accounts is more costly to use than is simply using fresh alternatives, such as uranium. Still others are using plutonium as fuel for so-called fast reactors; but that doesn’t get rid of the plutonium problem, it just delays having to deal with it.This is why the commentary group says the best solution is to simply bury the waste and be rid of it. Unfortunately, saying it needs to be done, isn’t all that new. Leaders of countries such as the US, France, Japan and others have been trying to do that for decades. The problem isn’t that people don’t understand that it needs to be done, it’s finding a place to dump the waste that people can agree on. As just one example, in the United States, a site was chosen in the Yucca Mountains; its physical characteristics and remoteness suggested it would be an ideal site. The site was approved by Congress in 2002, but opponents of the idea stalled the process and eventually persuaded President Obama to cancel the project in 2009, with the end result being, nuclear waste still temporarily stored in “secure” locations around the country. Thus, the problem isn’t that people don’t understand what needs to be done, it’s that no one wants a nuclear waste dump site anywhere near them, or even in or near areas that are considered special for one reason or another.By publishing their opinions regarding what needs to be done, this group is hoping that sound minds will eventually prevail, and that reasonable sites will be chosen by responsible people resulting in nuclear waste being buried sooner, rather than later. U.S. says it will discard some plutonium Journal information: Naturecenter_img ( — As researchers the world over continue to try to find a way to meet the energy needs of an over populated planet, negative consequences for choices already made continue to pile up. Global warming that appears likely caused by the burning of fossil fuels is one, dealing with radioactive waste from nuclear power plants (and the decommissioning of atomic weapons) is another, perhaps more solvable problem. Because of that, a team of scientists from the United States has published a commentary piece in the science journal Nature, declaring that the time has come for ceasing discussions about what to do with plutonium waste and to simply find suitable places for it and bury it. More information: Nuclear proliferation: Time to bury plutonium, Nature 485, 167–168 (10 May 2012) doi:10.1038/485167a Citation: US science group says it’s time to start burying plutonium (2012, May 10) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Plutonium,. Pictured against an inch and centimeter rule. Image: Wikipedia.last_img read more

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Amazons chief financial officer Brian Olsavsky

first_imgAmazon’s chief financial officer, Brian Olsavsky, said he expects Prime Video spend to “increase even further in 2019” but would not put a price on its programming budget.Brian OlsavskyOlsavsky made the comment on the company’s fourth quarter earnings call, responding to a question asking for an update on the company’s ambitions in the video space.The CFO said that video and music builds “stronger Prime connectivity,” with members more likely to renew and engage with Amazon’s subscription offering, which includes other perks like free one-day delivery of physical goods.He also pointed to Amazon’s 10 Golden Globe and three Oscar nominations as proof of the success of its Amazon Studios division.In the AVOD space, Amazon subsidiary the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), launched an ad-supported streaming service called Freedive in January.Amazon’s director of investor relations, Dave Fildes, said on the call that the company is excited about the service and “other opportunities we’ve been working with in ads,” citing Amazon’s Thursday Night Football streams in the US.Fildes said Amazon is “looking forward to pursuing more opportunities to engage and serve with customers with those types of video offers, but also take some opportunity to monetise with the advertising.”In terms of financials, Amazon’s fourth quarter revenue increased 20% year-on-year to US$72.4 billion. Operating income increased to US$3.8 billion in Q4 2018, compared to US$2.1 billion in Q4 2017.last_img read more

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first_img BISHOP’S GATE HOTELMALDRON HOTELSAVOUR LEGENDERRY FOOD FEST THIS MARCH IF you are looking for something exciting to experience this week then look no further than the Legenderry Food Fest.It takes place from March 19-20  in the Guildhall Square and Festival Marquee, Derry and is a two day event of tasty entertainment and fantastic local food.The historic Guildhall will provide a beautiful backdrop for an impressive array of locally produced delicacies from hand crafted confectionary to perfect preserves. Demonstrations from these chefs will run on 19th and 20th March in the ‘Theater of Food’ and visitors can soak up the atmosphere at the artisan food market which will host a range of foods including Braemar Farm, Passion Preserved, Broighter Gold Rapeseed Oil, Abernethy Butter and many more.Places to StayWhy not make a weekend of it and explore all the many tourist attractions and destinations that Derry has to offer.The newly opened Bishops Gate Hotel is the perfect location for a short break this spring and Tourism NI is offering a 2 night bed and breakfast stay in a deluxe room with a four course gourmet dinner on one evening as well as a signature cocktail upon arrival, from just £139pp.Try the 4* Maldron Hotel Derry which is the only hotel located within the historic city walls and is the perfect base to explore the maiden city.  Once you have sampled some delicious food at the Legenderry Food Festival, why not take in the city centre shops and many bars and tourist attractions.For a really authentic feel, book into the Brewster which is a well presented, self-catering townhouse within walking distance of all the city’s places of historical interest.Alternatively why not enjoy a short stay at the Everglades Hotel which is a stylish first choice which overlooks the River Foyle and offers breath taking views and is located only a five minute drive from the bustling, historic city centre.For further information check out or join the conversation online with #EnjoyNI16.SAVOUR LEGENDERRY FOOD FEST THIS MARCH was last modified: March 17th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet This event is perfect for foodies or those who are looking for a fun day out and would like to learn more about local produce as there will be a wide selection of artisan food, markets and stalls.There will also be a host of activities for all the family ranging from live music performances, cookery talks and demonstrations, kids craft activities, badge making, face painting, cupcake decorating, balloon modelling and much more!Local hand crafted foods will be available to taste at the Food Fair where over 40 artisan producers will be showcasing their wares.Celebrity chefs in attendance will include Paul Rankin, Michael Deane, Brian McDermott, Paula McIntyre, Ian Orr and Emmett McCourt.last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet He will be sentenced today for causing Mr Ritchie’s death by careless driving.His co-defendant in the case, Thomas Hyndman (27), from Knockbrack Road in Ardmore, was also to have gone on trial.But just before the trial started he was re-arraigned on six charges relating to the fatal crash.He pleaded guilty to causing Mr Ritchie’s death by dangerous driving, driving without insurance and while disqualified, failing to remain at the scene of the accident and failing to report the accident. TWO Derry men are facing jail today for causing the death of a grandfather when one of the two cars they were racing lost control and crashed into an on coming vehicle on the outskirts of the city four years ago.David John Ritchie died at the scene on the Glenshane Road and his 17-year-old granddaughter, who had been his front seat passenger, was also injured.In September, Stephen Edward Joseph Magee, (34) from Ivy Mead in the Altnagelvin area of Derry went on trial at Derry Crown Court and denied causing Mr Ritchie’s death by dangerous driving on April 17, 2013. BURNTOLLET BRIDGEDAVID MAGEE.DERRY CROWN COURTdrumahoePSNISTEPHEN MAGEEETHOMAS HYNDMANTWO MEN FACING JAIL FOR KILLING GRANDFATHER IN DERRY RACE CRASHcenter_img Hyndman also pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily injury to his co-defendant Magee by dangerous driving.Magee sustained brain injuries in the fatal crash for which he is still being treated.The jury heard that both Magee and Hyndman drove Vauxhall Astra cars at speed along the Glenshane Road, at times overtaking other vehicles.They raced each other from a garage in the village of Drumahoe to the scene of the accident three miles away.But Magee lost control and crashed into a roadside barrier, rebounding and veering into the path of the oncoming car being driven by Mr Ritchie.The car driven by Magee spun in a clockwise direction, smashed into Mr Ritchie’s car and then crashed down a nearby embankment.It was the prosecution case that the Astra cars had been engaged in racing at speed along a stretch of the Glenshane Road about three miles from Drumahoe before the collision took place near to Burntollet Bridge when one of the cars hit Mr Ritchie’s car coming the other way and in the correct lane of the road. TWO MEN FACING JAIL FOR KILLING GRANDFATHER IN DERRY RACE CRASH was last modified: November 20th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags:last_img read more

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