Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Related Posts The 750-bed AIIMS will have a medical college with an intake capacity of 100 seats and a nursing college with 60 seatsThe Union Cabinet has approved setting up of an AIIMS in Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh with an outlay of Rs 1,350 crore under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Surakhsa Yojna (PMSSY). According to an official statement, the 750-bed AIIMS will have a medical college with an intake capacity of 100 seats and a nursing college with 60 seats, an official statement said.The new AIIMS which will have 20 speciality and super speciality departments including 15 operation theatres will be completed in 48 months. It will also have residential complexes and allied facility services on the pattern of AIIMS, New Delhi, the statement stated. It will also have an AYUSH department with 30 beds for treatment in traditional system of medicine.“The new AIIMS will also help create a large pool of doctors and other health workers in the region, who would be available for primary and secondary level institution facilities being created under National Health Mission,” the statement added. By EH News Bureau on January 3, 2018 Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Share Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Cabinet nod for AIIMS in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” News
Photos used with permission of Chris McGovernAs a lifelong enthusiast with experience racing, wrenching, and coaching at the highest levels of our sport, framebuilding represents a next level of relationship between Chris McGovern and bicycles. Though he started building in titanium about two years ago, Chris switched material emphasis and made his NAHBS debut last year with a clean carbon ‘cross bike.A year on, the work coming out of McGovern Cycles is leaner and cleaner due to constant process and product improvements. As he continues to “chase proficiency” with his work, Chris takes his product to another level through collaboration with materials engineers and a blend of field and destructive lab testing. Between his approach to development and his continued involvement in all facets of cycling otherwise, it’s safe to say Chris McGovern is a new talent to watch in the North American framebuilding community. BIKERUMOR: Last year at your new builder table, you displayed a clean, blue carbon frame. How has your style and emphasis evolved from that bike to what you will be bringing to NAHBS this year? CHRIS: I think the biggest change in my finished product would be the shaping at the joints. I am not solely using epoxy to shape the joints anymore. Now there is less material at the joints and the material that I do use has more purpose. I think it looks cleaner and the revised method builds a stronger joint.BIKERUMOR: How have you evolved technically? CHRIS: I am still chasing proficiency through repeated process or refinement of said process, so I guess I am always evolving technically. Learning more about my materials, tools and processes every time I enter the shop.BIKERUMOR: You are hella involved with big deal bike racing… as a kind of a big deal character. What is your current relationship with the sport? CHRIS: Yup, still involved in the sport, not racing so much now a days, but coaching private athletes and I had a gig as the US National Team coach this cross season. I was also wrenching for Tobin Ortenblad all season.BIKERUMOR: How does being involved with racing at this level affect how you conceive, design, and build bikes? CHRIS: I am a dork, so I take a lot away from what I see in races, how people use their bikes, how mechanics work on bikes and how the industry does weird things for the sake of marketing… I mean I built myself a bike after retiring from professional racing because I was never happy with what I had to ride. Am I picky? Weird dimensions? I don’t know, I do know that the 1988 Della Santa LeMond road bike I had rode better than any bike I was every “sponsored” by.BIKERUMOR: You were making integrated handlebars last year. What other work have you done outside of building frames? CHRIS: Carbon is a great material to build parts with. Bar/stem combo, dropouts, cable stops… but the biggest thing I did this past year with some help from my man Cody Leuck, was building a molded BB/chainstay specific to disc brake cross bikes. I will have one at the show to display. I am also building some light weight back country skis, does that count?BIKERUMOR: If you could only listen to a playlist of five songs while you build, what would those five songs be?CHRIS: High on Fire, “Death Is This Communion”Hot Water Music, State of Grace”Bad Religion, “I Want to Conquer the World”Lord Ellis, “Ghosts of the Klammoth”Alkaline Trio, “I, Pessimist”BIKERUMOR: What framebuilder (that you do not know personally) do you admire and why do you admire them?CHRIS: Luis Blanc of Duende bikes in Spain. He is always posting some of the cleanest looking bikes with some very clean lay up solutions. Always “borrowing” from him. Plus the guy built a bike for Pedro Delgado! Come on!BIKERUMOR: Which builder would you most like to collaborate with on a project? What would that project be?CHRIS: Whit Johnson of Meriwether Cycles. I think a fat bike of Titanium, maybe some carbon too, that could carry skis, get me back further into the mountains to gain access to more skiing or high traverses.BIKERUMOR: What unpopular opinion do you have about the cycling community?CHRIS: I think the “community” is too quick to consume the latest and greatest marketed “innovation” the simplicity of the bike is what gives it such beauty. I don’t think it needs to be reinvented or “1 up’ed” every 3 monthsBIKERUMOR: What is your main bike at the moment? CHRIS: Carbon cross bike with Paul Mini Motos.BIKERUMOR: Why is that your main ride? CHRIS: Cross bikes…I live on a dirt road. I can get to town on dirt, gravel and single track. There is sooooo much terrain here I just swap tires and gearing.BIKERUMOR: How do you test or validate your work so that you know you are building the best product for your customer? CHRIS: So I don’t sell anything I haven’t ridden myself. If someone wants something I haven’t pounded the crap out of I would send it off to Dave Bohm, he has this machine he built that is crazy. I also use two materials engineers for all of my design. I don’t mess around with this stuff. It’s built to be ridden hard.BIKERUMOR: What do you put on your hotdog?CHRIS: Boring Hot Dog guy: Veganaise and Catsup. Don’t judge me.McGovernCycles.comLooking for more information about NAHBS? Get the deets at HandmadeBicycleShow.com
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A crew transfer vessel deployed at Anholt Offshore Wind Farm in Denmark, ANHOLT WIND, celebrated 1,000 days without an Lost Time Injury (LTI) on February 2.Also Kirsten Bank Christensen, A2SEA Vice President, Group HSEQ, was very satisfied with the achivement: “At A2SEA we are very proud of ANHOLT WIND who has achieved a benchmark of 1,000 days without an LTI. To reach this milestone is the result of an excellent safety performance by all. This includes the continuous day to day efforts where working proactively with safety is embraced into our company DNA and hence actively supporting us all in creating an incident and injury free workplace.”ANHOLT WIND is deployed at the offshore wind farm together with DJURS WIND and KATTEGAT WIND. All vessels are owned by DONG Energy and managed by A2SEA.Image: DONG Energy
Rocori walked off Red Wing 3-2 in 8 innings to advance in the Class AAA state tournament quarterfinals at Dick Siebert Field in Minneapolis today.Reed Reugemer singled in the game winning run to allow Rocori to walk off. The ball was almost caught by the Red Wing outfielder but it was dropped and ruled a hit. Rocori led for much of the game until Red Wing tied the game at 2 in the 7th inning.Eli Emerson threw the first 6 2/3 innings with 2 runs allowed. Mason Primus recorded the final 4 outs to get the win. Brandon Gill had a double and triple at the plate for Rocori. 1080p HD 720p HD Rocori will play at Siebert Field at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the semifinals. Hear the game on AM 1390-Granite City Sports. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 360p 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892
In the Devils’ 1-0 victory over the Canucks, Jack netted his first NHL goal on the power play and finished with two shots while also playing on the top line between Taylor Hall and Kyle Palmieri. As for Quinn, he finished with two penalty minutes, a takeaway and a blocked shot while logging a team-leading 16:40 at even strength. The young Canucks defenseman even received a promotion to the first power-play unit, to boot.DEVIL OF A TIME: Jack Hughes finally nets first NHL goal Beyond the scoresheet, there was a competitive edge to their games; Jack was showing off his poise with the puck and his offense, and Quinn tried to be more physical and aggressive on the backcheck — even against his brother. Offensively, Quinn quarterbacked the man advantage and displayed strong two-way play.”You know as fun as it is, you know, it’s also a weird dynamic and it’s really fun,” Quinn said after the loss of playing against Jack, adding, “I want to see him have success, you know, not too much against us but you know, if we’re going to lose 1-0, I’m happy he did it . . .”At times, the showdown did get a bit strange for the brothers as they battled along the boards and weren’t afraid to square up against each other. At one point, their sibling rivalry intertwined with the intensity the league presents; as Quinn exited the zone with the puck, Jack went against him 1-on-1, but Quinn was able to stiff-arm his younger brother, who fell flat onto the ice.Said Jack, 18, to reporters: “It’s funny looking over and seeing [Quinn], but at the same time, you’re dialed in, it’s a tough league . . . you got to be on your A-game so it was good to get the win vs. him and a lot of fun to play against him.”#NJDevils Jack Hughes may have been drafted first overall, but #Canucks Quinn Hughes will always be his big brother.😂 pic.twitter.com/TLtKVrhI6B— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) October 19, 2019Quinn laughed that sequence off and seemed to enjoy the overall prospect of the meaningful showdown, but as he pointed out, the ending to the storyline wasn’t a happy one from Vancouver’s perspective. The Canucks went 0-for-7 on the man advantage and got blanked as MacKenzie Blackwood stopped all 25 shots that came his way.That result in itself — which saw little momentum for a 4-3-0 Vancouver team — presented the 20-year-old blueliner with a case of cognitive dissonance.”I’m happy for [Jack] but I’m here to win and I’m here to do a job,” Quinn said. “You know, there’s a lot of brotherly love. Obviously, I’m going to congratulate him and stuff, but I wish we were winning 1-0.”The two didn’t get much time to talk to each other on the ice, but all of the emotions of the game will likely be on hold as both of them, with their family in town, revel in Jack’s milestone.BROTHERHOOD: Hughes brothers rally behind each otherJack and Quinn will face off again in the final regular-season game between their teams in Vancouver on Nov. 20. “[Quinn’s] a good player. It’s fun to watch him play. I’m glad we’re done playing him for a little bit and I just get to watch him,” the 2019 first-overall pick said of his elder brother.As the two continue to jumpstart their careers — nearly 3,000 miles apart from one another — their confidence continues to grow with each game, but there’s still work to be done as they build a hockey dynasty.”It’s cool, it’s nice but we’re both rookies and haven’t done anything yet,” Quinn said. “Our little brother, Luke, is still young and there’s a lot of great families out there but I think we’re trending the right way. Just got to keep going.” NEWARK, N.J. — Jack and Quinn Hughes have come a long way from playing mini-sticks in the basement. That experience of growing up and chasing NHL dreams culminated when their respective clubs — the New Jersey Devils and Vancouver Canucks — faced off for the first time of the season on Saturday, also marking the first of what should be many games between the Hughes brothers.And they didn’t hold back.
A tapas-style meal made up of a variety of small, appetizer-like bites is something we tend to associate with evenings and cocktails. But we thought the same idea of small plates would lend itself perfectly to a Mother’s Day brunch. So we came up with a variety of tapas ideas suitable for Mom’s big day.In this image taken on April 22, 2013, stuffed baby bell peppers are shown served on a plate in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)Use these ideas as a jumping off point. Accompany them with mini muffins, mini bagels with cream cheese and smoked salmon, and fresh berries served in shot glasses and topped with yogurt and honey. And nobody says you need to give up the cocktails. Mimosas, anyone? SMOKED SCHMEARED POTATOESStart to finish: 30 minutes (10 minutes active)Makes 12 pieces2 medium red potatoesOlive oilSalt and ground black pepper1/4 cup garlic-herb cheese spread, such as BoursinHalf an 8-ounce package smoked troutHeat the oven to 400 F.Slice each potato into six 1/2-inch-thick slabs. Brush the potato slices with olive oil on both sides. Season with salt and pepper. Arrange the slices on a rimmed baking sheet and roast for 15 to 20 minutes, or until tender. Allow to cool. Spread a bit of the cheese onto each potato slice, then top with a piece of the smoked trout.Nutrition information per serving: 70 calories; 30 calories from fat (43 percent of total calories); 3 g fat (1 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 10 mg cholesterol; 6 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 1 g sugar; 4 g protein; 75 mg sodium.___CHORIZO HASH-STUFFED MUSHROOM CAPSStart to finish: 30 minutes (15 minutes active)Makes 12 pieces12 cremini mushroom capsSalt and ground black pepper1 teaspoon olive oil1/2 small yellow onion, chopped1 link (about 4 ounces) fresh chorizo sausage, casing removed, crumbled1 small potato, grated2 tablespoons water1/4 cup grated manchego cheeseHeat the oven to 400 F.Arrange the mushroom caps, open end up, on a rimmed baking sheet. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, then roast for 15 minutes.Meanwhile, in a medium skillet over medium-high, heat the olive oil. Add the onion and chorizo and saute until browned, 5 to 6 minutes. Add the potato and water, then cook for another 3 to 4 minutes. When the mushrooms are roasted, spoon the sausage mixture into the caps and sprinkle with the cheese. Return to the oven for another 10 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature.Nutrition information per serving: 50 calories; 25 calories from fat (50 percent of total calories); 3 g fat (1 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 5 mg cholesterol; 4 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 1 g sugar; 3 g protein; 150 mg sodium.___STUFFED BABY BELL PEPPERSStart to finish: 15 minutesMakes 12 pieces6 baby bell peppers2 ounces cream cheese, softened1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar1/2 cup ham, finely chopped1/4 teaspoon smoked sweet paprika2 tablespoons chopped scallionsCut the tops off the peppers, then slice them in half top to bottom. Remove and discard any seeds and ribs from the halves.In a medium bowl, mix together the cream cheese, cheddar, ham, paprika and scallions. Spoon a bit of the mixture into each pepper half.Nutrition information per serving: 45 calories; 30 calories from fat (67 percent of total calories); 3.5 g fat (2 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 10 mg cholesterol; 1 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 1 g sugar; 2 g protein; 90 mg sodium.___STRAWBERRY CROISSANT SKEWERSStart to finish: 15 minutesMakes 12 pieces2 croissants, each cut into 12 cubes6 strawberries, halved4 ounces edam or other semi-soft cheese, cut into 12 piecesHoneyGround black pepperOn small skewers, thread a piece of croissant, followed by a strawberry half, a piece of cheese, then a second piece of croissant. Drizzle lightly with honey and sprinkle with black pepper.Nutrition information per serving: 80 calories; 40 calories from fat (50 percent of total calories); 4.5 g fat (3 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 15 mg cholesterol; 7 g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 3 g sugar; 3 g protein; 160 mg sodium.___EDITOR’S NOTE: Alison Ladman is a recipe developer for the AP. Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/CrustAndCrumbCo