Leicester Mercury
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Summer is approaching and many people will be making sure their garden is in top condition so they can get the barbecue out. But what if you're having problems with a troublesome neighbour whose branches are growing onto your property? What can you do if your neighbour's tree is blocking sunlight into your garden? And, whose responsibility is it to fix or replace an adjoining broken fence? Hannah Parson from DAS Law gave the answers to these questions in an interview with the Liverpool...
Leicester Mercury
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Summer is approaching and many people will be making sure their garden is in top condition so they can get the barbecue out. But what if you're having problems with a troublesome neighbour whose branches are growing onto your property? What can you do if your neighbour's tree is blocking sunlight into your garden? And, whose responsibility is it to fix or replace an adjoining broken fence? Hannah Parson from DAS Law gave the answers to these questions in an interview with the Liverpool...
The Economic Times
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“Even if we target 10% of the 20 million-odd SMEs in India, there’s a massive opportunity waiting to be tapped,” says CEO Nathan. Energyly’s product is today used by over 100 companies, but Nathan thinks this can triple in the next couple of years, with plans to target small businesses overseas too. The opportunity to be energy efficient, then, may come from many sources. IIT-Delhi hostel mates Manoj Meena and Sibabrata Das started their venture Atomberg Technologies by focusing on the development of data acquisition systems and vehicle systems. Facing a business model with limited scale, they leveraged their core strengths — around motors — to focus on the ceiling fan market. Now the duo want to reach some lofty goals. “We want to become the Tesla of household appliances,” says Meena. Energy efficiency initiatives may not be limited to conventional sources alone.
ESPN Cricinfo - Litton Das
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A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that took place on May 27, 2017
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A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that took place on May 27, 2017
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Hackaday
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Ever wonder what's inside a surface-mount inductor? Wonder no more as you watch this SMT inductor teardown video. Teardown isn't really accurate here, at least by the standard of [electronupdate]'s other component teardowns, like his looks inside LED light bulbs and das blinkenlights . Rubdown is more like it here, because what starts out as a rather solid looking SMT component needs to be ground down bit by bit to reveal the inner ferrite and copper goodness. [electronupdate] embedded the R30 SMT inductor in epoxy and hand lapped the whole thing until the windings were visible. Of course, just peeking inside is never enough, so he set upon an analysis of the inductor's innards. Using a little careful macro photography and some simple image analysis, he verified the component's data sheet claims; as an aside, is anyone else surprised that a tiny SMT component can handle 30 amps? Looking for more practical applications for decapping components? How about iPhone brain surgery ? [via Dangerous Prototypes ] Filed under: misc hacks , teardown.
ESPN Cricinfo
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A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches that took place on May 24,2017
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Japan Times
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No one's talking about the real motivations behind demonetization.
BMW Blog
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After that he invited the newspapers, Das Liechtersteiner Vaterland. I cannot tell who was more proud, Max or me. You had to see his eyes. It was if he was back in 1975. The job was done, now it was time for fun. Rally driving and the circuit! Story by Richard Stern at www.bmw2002.co.uk The article Max Heidegger Le Mans BMW 2002 Replica appeared first on BMW BLOG
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Lucky LucaWaldschmidt popped up with a late winner to sink Wolfsburg and spark wild scenes in Hamburg, as HSV avoided the relegation play-off “No, HSV havent won the championship,” said the voiceover on ZDF’s Das Aktuelle Sportstudio as they rolled footage of jubilant Hamburg SV supporters streaming on to the Volksparkstadion pitch. “They’ve stayed up.” There may be widespread incredulity around Germany as to just what constitutes success for the 1983 European Cup winners these days, but very few among the 57,000 sell-out crowd on Saturday cared about that. It had been the latest improbable moment in what has become an improbable role that HSV play in the Bundesliga. The little-used Luca Waldschmidt had come on as substitute in the 86th minute, with the home side still searching for the winning goal that would allow them to avoid a third relegation play-off in four seasons and propel visitors Wolfsburg into it in their stead; 112 seconds later and Waldschmidt – or “Lucky Luca”, as Hamburger Morgenpost has already dubbed him – applied a perfect headed finish to Filip Kostic’s inviting delivery, and Hamburg were in dreamland.
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A one-eyed goat born in Assam, India, last week is being seen as a blessing by its owner. The kid was born May 10 with only one eye, one ear and barely a nose, thanks to a condition called cyclopia that occurs in the womb when the brains two hemisphere do not separate. Usually animals with the condition die within hours after being born, but this goat has defied expectations, according to Barcroft TV. The one-eyed goat is attracting a lot of attention to the farm where it was born, and that pleases Mukhuri Das, the goats owner. I was shocked. Its like a miracle and people have been coming to our place to see this baby goat, he told Barcroft TV. It might be something from God that the baby goat was born in our house. Das believes the one-eyed animal is bringing luck to his family ― and hes not kidding around.
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The consumer affairs ministry intends to review the Consumer Protection Act and is expected to include a provision to deal with misleading ads featuring celebrities, though there are some mixed reactions already. Vinita Bangard, founder of talent management firm Krossover Entertainment, said, “The celebrity can only rely on research and data provided by the brand. The ultimate responsibility of claims made rests with the brand. But yes, there are a lot more questions being asked by celebs now when contracts are being signed.” Krossover works with Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan, among others. Anirban Das, managing director, Kwan Entertainment, said, “The fine print in contracts is being dealt with much more closely. The celebrity is dependent on information and research provided by the brand, but it is the brand owners who have to be responsible for what they claim when it comes to legal or compliance issues.
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Each student has different ability. It is like a WhatsApp joke going around asking a fish to climb a tree. You can’t put everyone together. The way RBI looks at different businesses should be changed. Saikat Das: There is a lot of talk about reforms in the road sector. Can that change your fortunes? This is one sector where the government has done well. Other projects like Sagarmala will have more impact if it goes full swing. If you look at China, all manufacturing units are in the East Coast facing the US. They have built beautiful infrastructure on rail, road and ship in the coastline of east. They have prepared themselves for a long haul and total export based manufacturing in China. I was attending a conference in the US. They asked how many were willing to invest in India. None said they would because the infrastructure is bad. Shilpy Sinha: Why did India face such a reaction? To ship anything out of India is very difficult.
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A military court has upheld a decision made 11 years ago to dismiss a colonel who failed to activate mines that were placed in a war zone where an attack from Pakistan was thought to be imminent.
Sky News
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hospitals can we have activated and our major plans to make sure we can contain the safety of welfare patients and their Sarai there have had to cancel routine appointments. Das members of the public to use other NHS services where possible. And doses are being diverted to neighbouring hospitals and they're.
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put back Das why these defenses were not up to scratch. The Health Secretary has was to statement and that she says this where where the number of health portals affected by cyber incidents in the First Minister will share.
South China Morning Post
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