Monthly Archives: June 2021

Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Kerala, to experience isolated showers and thunderstorms | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

Here is our current weather forecast for India Nationwide 5-day forecast The northern limit of the southwest monsoon continues through Barmer, Bhilwara, Dholpur, Aligarh, Meerut, Ambala and Amritsar. Prevailing meteorological conditions, large-scale atmospheric features and the forecast wind pattern suggest that conditions for further penetration of the southwest monsoon into …

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Miami Hurricanes make two position switches

A six pack of Miami Hurricanes‘ notes on a Monday: â–ª The canes move ahead with two position switches – Keontra Smith to the linebacker of the weak and Amari Carter to the striker – and both make a lot of sense. Smith, the No. 2 striker behind Gilbert Frierson, …

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Typhoon Yolanda residential units will be sought in 2022 by revenue

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles – Noy Morcoso / INQUIRER.net File The government will build the last 31,000 free housing units and hand them over to the victims of super typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan) before President Duterte’s term expires, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles told local executives in Tacloban City on …

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Like other developing countries, Filipino agriculture is suffering from high post-harvest losses. With high-quality crops alone, losses can easily reach 20 to 40%. First, our hard-working smallholder farmers, especially in rural and remote islands, are unable to preserve their produce due to a lack of refrigerated warehouses, forcing them to …

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In their own words: Residents, officials talk about the potentially historic heat wave in the Northwest | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

The National Weather Service has issued warnings of excessive heat in much of the northwest. Dangerous three-digit highs are forecast for some areas. This excessive heat is expected to continue well into next week. Who better to give us a sense of how the potentially historic heat wave in the …

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Prepare for a bad credit car loan

Getting a car loan with bad credit is far from impossible, and there is no minimum credit score requirement to obtain financing – you just need to find the right lender for your particular situation. Not all lenders work with borrowers with credit distress, but those who do may not …

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How to get a competitive personal loan online

How to get a competitive personal loan online

Through Craig Upton, CEO of CONQUER Buying online for a personal loan has never been easier. If you need an urgent loan for any purpose, it can often be faster to apply online than to visit a High Street bank; the most competitive offers on the market are often found …

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LAKELAND INDUSTRIES INC: conclusion of a material definitive agreement, creation of a direct financial obligation or obligation under an off-balance sheet arrangement of a holder, financial statements and exhibits (Form 8-K)

Item 1.01 Conclusion of a Material Definitive Agreement. At June 18, 2021, Lakeland Industries, Inc. (the “Company”) entered into Addendum 1 to the Loan Agreement (the “Amendment”) with Bank of America, NA. (the “Lender”), which amends certain terms of the Company’s existing loan agreement with the Lender dated June 25, …

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Widespread rain, thunderstorms likely over Chhattisgarh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

Here is our current weather forecast for India Nationwide 5-day forecast The northern limit of the southwest monsoon has suspended its advance, leaving behind parts of Rajasthan, western Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Punjab. Hence, further penetration of the southwest monsoon into the remaining parts of Rajasthan, West Uttar …

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Importance of barrier islands during hurricane season

HOUSTON (KW39) – When hurricanes hit land, barrier islands absorb much of their force. Reduction of wave energy and protection of inland areas. “Within the Galveston Bay system, we still have our barrier islands, the Bolivar Peninsula and Galveston Island. We worry about sea levels over time. A 3-4 foot …

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HURRICANE CENTER: Keep an eye on the wave, development possible

HURRICANE CENTER: Keep an eye on the wave, development possible

National Hurricane Center view early Tuesday morning, June 22, 2021. FROM: EMPLOYEE REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – The yellow X on the map above early Tuesday morning may be worth seeing – according to National Hurricane Center forecasters. While it’s too …

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APEC is working to strengthen disaster risk management

A screenshot of a virtual meeting of the APEC Emergency Preparedness Working Group. (Antara / HO-APEC Secretariat) JAKARTA – High-ranking disaster management officials from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member countries are stepping up regional cooperation to enable more resilient disaster risk management in the face of the current pandemic, climate …

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Spitfires fly beer support operations to France

Wars are waged by young men and young men (some of whom) like beer – a point that has not escaped the Chichester, England Henty and Constable Brewing Company. Immediately after the Normandy invasion on June 6, 1944, Henty and Constable offered free beer to the troops in France. It …

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Associated Press Digest 5:30 p.m. Marine Le Pen Florida American Weather Police

Here are the latest coverage plans, top stories, and promotional content from AP: Always EDT. For the latest information on AP coverage, please see our coverage map at https://newsroom.ap.org. ———————————————————— Complete the survey ———————————————————— How can you plan your insurance coverage more effectively? Please let us know from here. _____________ …

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Miami Hurricanes welcome more 2022 visitors to campus

If all goes well this weekend, the Miami Hurricanes could potentially block their biggest cornerback engagement in a decade, and frankly, Khamauri Rogers can’t believe it. “I never thought Miami would be one of the schools I would consider,” said Rogers, who was in Coral Gables for the Hurricanes‘ First …

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More rains to follow – Barbados Today

Barbadians are warned to prepare for more heavy showers over the next 48 hours, even as many try to pick up the pieces from Thursday morning’s “Freak Storm”. However, there is no evidence from experts that the terrifying events of damaged houses, fallen trees and interrupted utilities would repeat themselves …

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Trees not Tees heads the USA

UK-based sustainable racing startup Trees not Tees is proud to announce its first American racing partnership with the Negative Split Productions Typhoon Texas Kids Triathlon. Trees not Tees helps events reduce their environmental footprint with a simple strategy – giving participants the option to decline a free race tee and …

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Third bridge now 75% complete – CCLEC

The CCLEX bridge is nearing completion. CEBU CITY, Philippines – The long-awaited Cebu Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) is nearing completion as it was 75 percent built on June 17, 2021. In a factory tour organized by the Cebu City Link Expressway Corporation (CCLEC) and the Metro Pacific Tollway Corporation (MPTC), …

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Jordie Barrett continues to pledge loyalty to hurricanes

1:33 a.m., June 17, 2021 Hurricanes playmaker Jordie Barrett has re-signed to the Wellington franchise for another season. The 24-year-old, who is currently under contract with New Zealand rugby until the end of 2022, has a clause in his contract that allows him to switch Super Rugby alliance for his …

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The cocoa project combats food insecurity in the Philippines

Agriculture is an important sector in many developing countries. Improvements in agriculture can increase food security in developing countries, which in turn helps people living in poverty. According to the World Bank, the transformation of the agricultural sector in the Philippines is essential for combating poverty. Programs like the Cacao …

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Ocean drones defy hurricanes to make coastal communities safer

Saildrone announces a new mission to deploy five unmanned surface vehicles (UPS) from the U.S. Virgin Islands in August to collect critical data throughout the 2021 hurricane season in the tropical Atlantic. The UPSs are equipped with specially developed “Hurricane Wings” in order to be able to operate under extreme …

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2 MOL operated vessels recognized by the Japan Meteorological Agency for ongoing contributions to weather research and forecasting

Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd. announced that two MOL-operated companies – LNG carrier Energy Advance and crude oil tanker Kashimasan – have received the Japan Meteorological Agency’s General Director Award for their ongoing efforts to monitor and report marine weather data on the company’s release. Since it is difficult to collect …

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A new fund to protect people from climate disasters

New fund to help people affected by climate change and disasters. File photo, EWN A new fund to protect populations from climate disasters has been launched. The UK, Germany and US support package will protect lives and tackle the loss and damage caused by climate change. Support program, including new …

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Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund appeals to flood victims

Many residents of the Traralgon Creek area were trapped in their homes by rising flood waters last week and had to be evacuated by helicopter. Photo: Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund Facebook page The GIPPSLAND Emergency Relief Fund has appealed for financial donations to provide immediate support to residents affected by …

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American stagnation plan | City newspaper

Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis called states “labs of democracy,” which meant US local governments were free to undertake policy initiatives that could help determine which ideas work and which don’t. The Biden administration’s US bailout will likely be the biggest funder of local government experimentation in the nine decades …

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Finding Passion and Purpose in Disaster Epidemiology

TyKeara Mims, PhD student at Texas A&M, current cohort of Bill Anderson Fund. Texas A&M Health Sciences Center During the last semester of her undergraduate career at Spelman College, where she was working on a history degree, TyKeara Kims had the chance to meet a public health professional. While discussing …

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