Monday, July 29, 2013

Dangerous Surf : Flooding Rain For Hawaii As Flossie



Dangerous surf, flooding rain and potentially damaging winds are in store for Hawaii as Flossie arrives.

Tropical Storm Flossie to Cross Hawaii Monday


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Tropical Threat Looms for Vietnam, Far South China

A tropical low that could become a tropical storm or typhoon has its sights set on Vietnam and far South China.

 

Philadelphia Shatters Record for the Heaviest Rain in a Day

Less humid air is following the drenching showers and thunderstorms that are slowly pushing across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.

 

Has Summer Heat Come to an End?

What does August have in store based on seasonal changes, meshed with the month's unique forecast weather patterns?

 

President Declares Disasters in CO, WV and Receives Request for PA

President Barack Obama on Friday, issued disaster declarations for wildfires in Colorado and flooding in West Virginia that occurred in June.

 

Bahamas, South Florida Closely Monitoring Dorian

While being monitored for possible restrengthening, Dorian will still impact those along its path this week.

 

From Defeat to Hope: The Story of Rebuilding in Moore

The rebuilding process in Moore bears a stark contrast to that of New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy.


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Siemens Chief Executive Peter Loescher Plans To Fight For Job



FRANKFURT - Siemens Chief Executive Peter Loescher plans a probably doomed for his job at Wednesday's supervisory board meeting, a German newspaper said, after the German industrial group said at the weekend it would sack him.

Siemens CEO to fight for his job: paper



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Intent to Harm: Willful Acts Seem More Damaging

How harmful we perceive an act to be depends on whether we see the act as intentional, reveals new ...

Higher Cancer Incidences Found in Regions Near Refineries and Plants That Release Benzene

The incidence of a particular type of blood cancer is significantly higher in regions near facilities that release the chemical benzene into the ..

 

Borneo's Orangutans Are Coming Down from the Trees

Orangutans might be the king of the swingers, but primatologists in Borneo have found that the great apes spend a surprising amount of time walking on the ground. The research found that it is common ...  


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Tele-education to be launched in government schools soon

The Department of Primary and Secondary Education and the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) will jointly launch tele-education in government schools. The collaboration announced in the State Budget will be an extension of the pilot project implemented in 2010-12.



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Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore Blames



(Reuters) - Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has rejected accusations his organisation are to blame for England's failures at major tournaments and questioned the role of the English Football Association and government.

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Scorer of first league goal identified after 125 years

LONDON - A 125-year-old mystery surrounding the scorer of the world's first league goal has ended with the publication of a new book identifying James Kenyon "Kenny" Davenport of Bolton Wanderers as the man.

 

Reina hurt at Liverpool exit but relishing Napoli move

LONDON - Spain international goalkeeper Pepe Reina has left Liverpool for a season-long loan at Serie A club Napoli, but said in an open letter to fans of the five-times European champions it was not his decision to leave Anfield.

 

Meilutyte rockets to breaststroke championship record

BARCELONA - Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania set a European and world championship record in the heats for the 100 metres breaststroke in Barcelona on Monday.

 

Alonso to Red Bull? F1 rumour mill takes a spin

BUDAPEST - Ferrari's Fernando Alonso emerged as a possible surprise candidate for the vacant Red Bull seat on Sunday after the Formula One world champions refused to rule him out.

 

Williams make their point at last

BUDAPEST - Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado crossed the finish line in 10th place on Sunday to put former Formula One champions Williams out of the misery of a 10-race streak without a point.

(Reuters) - Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has accepted a challenge from Britain's Olympic middle distance champion Mo Farah to race for charity, saying he would be prepared to meet over 600 metres.

(Reuters) - Mercedes believe they can put their tyre woes behind them and mount a genuine Formula One title challenge after Lewis Hamilton's Hungarian Grand Prix win on Sunday.


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Aligarh Muslim University drops its dupatta compulsion for students

LUCKNOW: Under allegations of moral policing, the Aligarh Muslim University withdrew its order making it compulsory for female students to wear dupatta with salwar kameez on the hostel campus as well as outside on Saturday.

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At Knox College President Barack Obama Addressed On Online Learning



During his recent economic address at Knox College, President Barack Obama briefly referenced the promise of online learning. Specifically, he celebrated the fact that some colleges are “blending teaching with online learning to help students master material and earn credits in less time,” a development that holds great potential to contain the rising cost of higher education. Yet this potential is still a long way from being realized, as demonstrated by a recent hiccup at California’s San Jose State University.

Online education can be good or cheap, but not both

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Goldman Sachs star Jim O'Neill to advise Michael Gove in education department

Jim O'Neill, the former Goldman Sachs economist, is to become a Government adviser in the education department of Michael Gove.

Foreign recruitment agents 'paid £120m' by universities

Universities are paying recruitment agents as much as £120 million a year to attract foreign students into the UK, according to new research.

Children sent to private tutors to prevent 'summer slide'

More than a quarter of parents are hiring private tutors for their young children to prevent the traditional “summer slide” in academic ability, according to research.

Education: Teachers of Portuguese complete professional development program – Azores

A group of 15 Portuguese language teachers in the United States has completed an intensive professional development program at the University of the Azores, in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel island. Participants included teachers from California, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Aligarh Muslim University drops its dupatta compulsion for students

LUCKNOW: Under allegations of moral policing, the Aligarh Muslim University withdrew its order making it compulsory for female students to wear dupatta with salwar kameez on the hostel campus as well as outside on Saturday.

Tele-education to be launched in government schools soon

The Department of Primary and Secondary Education and the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) will jointly launch tele-education in government schools. The collaboration announced in the State Budget will be an extension of the pilot project implemented in 2010-12.

Neoliberalism and the Commercialization of Higher Education

Cuts in spending and the replacement of academic staff by technology are not the only pressures faced by British academia. Increasingly, education is fashioning students into a productive labor force rather than teaching them more traditional academic ideals.

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