Photo template – Web A Photo http://web-a-photo.com/ Wed, 18 May 2022 05:55:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://web-a-photo.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-23T173451.957.png Photo template – Web A Photo http://web-a-photo.com/ 32 32 Tripathi recall to India selectors and Rohit shows glimpses of days gone by https://web-a-photo.com/tripathi-recall-to-india-selectors-and-rohit-shows-glimpses-of-days-gone-by/ Wed, 18 May 2022 01:45:59 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/tripathi-recall-to-india-selectors-and-rohit-shows-glimpses-of-days-gone-by/ A thrilling contest was played at Wankhede Stadium as Mumbai Indians took on Sunrisers Hyderabad. Battling first, SRH posted a challenge of 193/6 thanks to a sublime round of 76 from Rahul Tripathi. However, MI made a solid response with their openers laying down a solid foundation with a 95-run partnership. FULL COVERAGE IPL | […]]]>

A thrilling contest was played at Wankhede Stadium as Mumbai Indians took on Sunrisers Hyderabad. Battling first, SRH posted a challenge of 193/6 thanks to a sublime round of 76 from Rahul Tripathi. However, MI made a solid response with their openers laying down a solid foundation with a 95-run partnership.

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SRH fought back with three wickets from Umran Malik before stopping MI from chasing the target for a three-point win.

Here is an overview of the main talking points of the meeting

Williamson demotion

Kane Williamson is going through a horror of an IPL season. He averages under 20 and also has a low strike rate under 100. This is when he opened the innings for SRH. Two of his peers – Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli – also openers for their respective franchises – have had a similar campaign. On Tuesday, Williamson dropped down the batting order and gave a young Priyam Garg – playing his first game of the season – a chance to open the innings. It turned out to be a wise move with the youngster belting four fours and two sixes in his 26 ball 42. In fact, Williamson came on at bat at No. 6 which was apparently due to the game situation as SRH had need a power hitter. rather than an accumulator to provide late blooming. Will the pattern continue?

Also read: Sunrisers stay alive after beating Mumbai by three points

Terrible Tripathi

Put it in the colors of India. It’s been the clarion call every time Rahul Tripathi hits a sumptuous four or a six. The SRH hitter gave India selectors another sweet reminder of his immense skill with an excellent 76-44 ball against Mumbai Indians. He played shots all over the park. When he was full, he threw them high into the stands – a 104 meter wide six being the longest shot of his innings. When it was short, it cleverly guided them on a short, slender leg on all fours. When he was completely on the outside, he ran the ball backwards for four years. It was his third fifty from third place — the most of any batter while batting at position this season so far. This fact alone indicates how crucial he was for SRH. Will he finally be rewarded with a summons to India?

Also Read: MI vs SRH Match Highlights

Rohit of yesteryear

Rohit has been terribly out of form this season. It’s a strange coincidence that three of the modern day greats – Williamson, Rohit and Kohli – are fighting in IPL 2022 at the same time. None were able to produce anything close to their best. Kohli raised hope with a toiling fifty, but it turned out to be a false alarm. Williamson dropped in the batting order to allow others to flourish. Rohit finally showed glimpses of him returning to his best against SRH. The MI captain took his time – consumed nine deliveries for 2 runs before opening with a longer six. And once he broke free, the boundaries started to flow. He hit two fours and four sixes to reach 48 and looked set to end his wait for a fifty this IPL before finishing with the same score – his best of the season so far. It took 36 deliveries to achieve this.

Calm after the storm

The game appeared to be headed for SRH when the 17th started. T Natarajan, one of the best death bowlers, received the ball. MI needed 45 out of 15. But they still had Tim David. And boy did SRH fans get scared. Natarajan tried out for the Yorkers. He missed four times. All four times he ended up throwing full pitches. David summarily rejected all these gifts over the border for four sixes. 26 points came from the first five deliveries of the plus, including two extras via wides. On the sixth delivery, David was knocked out after a mix-up with his batting partner.

MI now needed 19 from 15 with four wickets remaining. They lacked specialized hitters, but the equation was rather in their favor. In came Bhuvneshwar Kumar and unlike Natarajan, the seasoned campaigner nailed his yorkers. He hit with the first delivery of the 18th over and followed that up with five point balls in a row. A girl at the counter. And SRH took control.

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KSPM and compliance made easy with Runecast https://web-a-photo.com/kspm-and-compliance-made-easy-with-runecast/ Mon, 16 May 2022 12:00:54 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/kspm-and-compliance-made-easy-with-runecast/ London, UK, MAY 16, 2022 – Runecast Solutions Ltd., a Gartner Cool Vendor and a leading provider of simplified security and operational transparency for Kubernetes workloads, is pleased to announce that its patented enterprise platform Runecast (formerly Runecast Analyzer) will expand its current Kubernetes Security Posture Management (KSPM) capabilities with advanced image scanning and CI/CD […]]]>

London, UK, MAY 16, 2022 – Runecast Solutions Ltd., a Gartner Cool Vendor and a leading provider of simplified security and operational transparency for Kubernetes workloads, is pleased to announce that its patented enterprise platform Runecast (formerly Runecast Analyzer) will expand its current Kubernetes Security Posture Management (KSPM) capabilities with advanced image scanning and CI/CD integration. This will allow Runecast customers to kick off Q3 2022 with proactive Kubernetes vulnerability management from code to deployment.

Runecast is an IT security and operations platform designed to enable CISOs, CIOs and their security and operations teams to proactively manage Kubernetes Security Posture (KSPM) and their show the most vulnerable areas to focus on first.

“Kubernetes is no longer the new kid on the block, it’s a well-established container orchestration platform that runs mission-critical workloads and needs to be taken seriously when it comes to security and compliance,” said Markus Strauss , product manager of Runecast. “Runecast is here to simplify K8 security and speed up operations.”

According to VMware’s “State of Kubernetes 2022” report, 97% of organizations have concerns about K8 security.

Runecast a ‘High Performer’ (via G2 reviews)

In April 2022, Runecast announced its ranking as a “High Performer” in the G2 Grid® Spring 2022 Reports for the Security Risk Analysis, Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP), Vulnerability Scanner, Cloud Compliance and Cloud Security categories.

Running securely on-premises, Runecast automates security compliance checks for Kubernetes with insights into what’s happening both on-premises and in the cloud. No sensitive corporate, employee, or customer data should leave the organization. Runecast aims to make vulnerability management easier with CVEs listed in the dashboard alongside vulnerabilities known to have been exploited, according to CISA’s KEV Catalog.

Extended Runecast Kubernetes coverage, a “shift to the left”

When deploying Runecast (in minutes), IT teams see a list of critical issues and steps to address according to Kubernetes best practices. Hybrid environments can also see issues for AWS, Azure, VMware, Windows, and Linux, all from the same dashboard.

New Kubernetes intelligences and capabilities coming to Runecast at the end of Q2 include:

Image scanning

Our Kubernetes vulnerability management will extend from cluster to node by providing vulnerability scanning for deployed Kubernetes container images. This will allow customers to automate vulnerability management for Kubernetes, ensuring that Kubernetes deployments adhere to best practices, security and compliance requirements.

CI/CD integration

The new version of Runecast will bring container analytics capabilities to Dev and DevOps teams by integrating directly into their CI/CD pipeline, to ensure safe “rapid build and deploy” approaches. CI/CD integration will allow customers to have limiting criteria from which a pull request etc. will be automatically rejected. The Runecast CI/CD integration will on-demand scan the template or manifest of the container to be deployed as part of the pull request and if a pre-determined amount of vulnerabilities are present on that requested container image, it will automatically deny the request checkout and prevent that container from being deployed.

Extended collection (agent-based)

The Runecast platform will allow teams to better understand the actual nodes running on the Kubernetes cluster and will greatly increase the number of vulnerabilities that Runecast is able to proactively uncover.

How Runecast works for K8 clusters

Runecast offers configuration drift management, security compliance auditing, and proactive issue management for your Kubernetes deployments. It automates Kubernetes configuration analysis by auditing common cluster operational and security best practices for KSPM, including the CIS Benchmark (1.6.0) for Kubernetes security. IT teams can deploy Runecast directly to Kubernetes (using a Helm chart) and immediately get automated Kubernetes configuration analysis at the node, cluster, and workload level.

“By its very nature, Kubernetes is a highly flexible container orchestration system and is deployed in hybrid, multi-cloud, private cloud, or on-premises environments. Runecast helps customers where their K8s workloads run, regardless of their underlying infrastructure,” said Strauss. “Using Runecast, our customers have the ability to scan their infrastructure against over 10 security standards right out of the box.

To achieve an optimized level of compliance maturity, Runecast’s unified visibility and reporting brings security and stability to your IT environment, increases the availability of your infrastructure and reduces overall costs.

About Runecast

Runecast Solutions Ltd. is a leading global provider of a patented solution for IT security and operations teams. Forward-looking enterprises like Avast, DocuSign, and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) rely on Runecast for proactive risk mitigation, security compliance, operational efficiency, and strategic stability. Based in London, UK, Runecast is a Gartner Cool Vendor and has won Computing awards for Cloud Security Product of the Year and Best Digital Workplace. To add proactivity to your IT strategy, visit runecast.com.

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Questionable FB page pops up after Robredo leaks NGO plan https://web-a-photo.com/questionable-fb-page-pops-up-after-robredo-leaks-ngo-plan/ Sat, 14 May 2022 21:32:00 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/questionable-fb-page-pops-up-after-robredo-leaks-ngo-plan/ MANILA, Philippines — Just a day after Vice President Leni Robredo announced that she would continue to serve Filipinos through a foundation rooted in her historic “Angat Buhay” (Uplift Lives) program after her resignation, some of his followers on Saturday reported what they described as a dodgy Facebook group with a similar name that had […]]]>

MANILA, Philippines — Just a day after Vice President Leni Robredo announced that she would continue to serve Filipinos through a foundation rooted in her historic “Angat Buhay” (Uplift Lives) program after her resignation, some of his followers on Saturday reported what they described as a dodgy Facebook group with a similar name that had attracted tens of thousands of people so far.

Robredo’s announcement at a thanksgiving rally on Friday quickly sparked an outpouring of support among “kakampinks” – the term coined to refer to supporters of the vice president and Sen. Francis Pangilinan, his running mate at the helm. presidential election on May 9.

Her main rival, former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr., son and namesake of the late ousted dictator, garnered more than double her votes, but she did not officially concede the election to him.

Her official Facebook page, Vice-President Leni Robredo, reminded the public to wait for any announcement regarding the future NGO (non-governmental organization) Angat Buhay which she said would be launched on July 1, a day after her resignation from the vice-presidency.

‘Model’

Her office, she said, had already developed a “model” for how to make the program, which provided small business support and livelihood opportunities for poor communities, effective despite its limited government budget.

“We bridged the gap between those who were ready to help and those who needed help. Now we are more organized,” Robredo said.

“We saw what we could accomplish when we all contributed. The Philippines, indeed the whole world, has witnessed the power of our volunteerism,” she added.

Those interested in joining the initiative can email their concerns or questions to [email protected]

“Awaiting future announcements and details, we remind everyone to be cautious and critical of anyone claiming to be part of the NGO and seeking funding,” its Facebook page said in a fraud warning.

40K members

A Robredo supporter, Zach Yonzon, posted a statement on the NGO Angat Buhay’s Facebook page saying it was fake and asked anyone who joined him to leave. By Saturday afternoon, the page already had more than 40,000 members.

Yonzon said the page’s admin – one AJ San Jose – banned comments and locked the person’s identity profile, which could identify him, after others began questioning the legitimacy of the group.

“This group aims to deceive and spy. Destroy it before it takes off,” Yonzon said.

In response to a commenter, San Jose said that as a “strong supporter” of the vice president, he had his profile locked as a safety measure against “trolls” of Marcos and President Duterte, whose daughter is the vice-president of the former senator. comrade.

“Also, why are you so paranoid and have trust issues regarding my profile?” San Jose added. San Jose has yet to personally respond to questions from the Inquirer.

Positive answer

The Inquirer also asked Robredo spokesperson Barry Gutierrez what action they might take against the suspicious Facebook page, but he did not respond.

He, however, said they were delighted with the positive response from supporters who expressed their intention to support the Angat Buhay project.

Gutierrez said the growing support for the planned foundation was proof that a new movement had been born during the election campaign.

“A movement that we are ready to pursue our gains to further develop our country and uplift our fellow Filipinos,” he said.

Speaking to thousands of his followers Friday night on the Ateneo de Manila University campus, Robredo again called for help, this time to wage a more determined fight against the spread of lies on social media.

Without mentioning Marcos by name, Robredo said his main opponent in the presidential race had prepared his machinery online long before the May 9 general election.

“The Greatest Victim”

“Misinformation is our greatest enemy,” the vice president said at the thanksgiving event.

“He stole the truth, and so he also stole our history and our future,” she said. “As planned for decades, the machinery to spread hate and lies has been very powerful and pervasive.”

“It’s up to us to say if the fight is already over or if it has just started,” she added.

According to Tsek.ph, a fact-checking collective, Robredo has been the “biggest victim” of massive misinformation on various social media platforms believed to be the work of a well-funded network of troll farms.

The group also found that Marcos, who denied maintaining an army of internet trolls, profited the most from misinformation.

At the same event, the vice president urged kakampinks to maintain the spirit of volunteerism that kept the Robredo-Pangilinan campaign afloat during the election campaign despite the absence of a major political organization.

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Top Gun: Maverick Review – Tom Cruise Sticks Landing https://web-a-photo.com/top-gun-maverick-review-tom-cruise-sticks-landing/ Thu, 12 May 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/top-gun-maverick-review-tom-cruise-sticks-landing/ It’s such a dangerous mission that only Mitchell could teach it since he’s the only one to have flown a remote mission like this, and even he wonders if the pilots can come back in one piece. To complicate matters: one of the pilots who is ready for the mission is Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles […]]]>

It’s such a dangerous mission that only Mitchell could teach it since he’s the only one to have flown a remote mission like this, and even he wonders if the pilots can come back in one piece. To complicate matters: one of the pilots who is ready for the mission is Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the moody son of Maverick’s late best friend and radar intercept officer, Nick “Goose” Bradshaw, whose the accidental death during a training engagement decades earlier still haunts Maverick’s conscience.

Once the decor is set, Top Gun: Maverick moves like a precision watch, hitting its narrative beats with such precision that one wonders if director Kosinski could pilot the F/A-18 and knock out the damn target himself (screenplay and story credited to five writers, including regular Cruise collaborator Christopher McQuarrie).

Naturally, Maverick chats with the Commander (Jon Hamm) about his methodology, with Rooster about Goose’s death and Maverick’s own complicated history with Rooster’s career, and with cocky pilot Hangman (Glen Powell) about Goose’s attitude. this last. Entire scenes from the first film are recreated and altered, with a beach soccer game replacing the famous beach volleyball sequence. And instead of returning first lady Kelly McGillis, Maverick rekindles a relationship with local bar owner and single mother Penny (Jennifer Connelly), mentioned but never seen in the original film.

This all plays out predictably, with the new pilots remaining simple archetypes (although thankfully women are added to the team this time around), Hamm does his best in the first film’s Tom Skerritt slot, and Connelly’s character seems there just to look worriedly at Maverick. Yet there are also moments of genuine emotion and sweetness, such as when Maverick visits his old friend, and now Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, Tom “Iceman” Kazansky (Val Kilmer). There’s real emotion to their scene together, which is certainly weighed down by Kilmer’s own well-documented health issues.

And then there are the aerial sequences, in which Top Gun: Maverick truly comes to a full, amazing and breathtaking life. The flight sequences are simply amazing to experience, with the actors clearly seated in real F/A-18s piloted by experienced pilots. Special camera platforms were built for the planes, while Cruise himself reportedly subjected the rest of the cast to intensive flight training, but the results capture the grandeur, wonder and terror of crossing the sky at death-defying speeds in a way that no CG or Volume (the high definition LED panels used in The Mandalorian) could ever replicate.

Kosinski, Cruise, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and crew clearly model the climactic bombardment and dogfight at the mine after the final battle in the original star warsdown to the risk of enemy fighters, the defensive towers that line the canyon walls, and the near-impossible-to-reach target and steep climb out of the trench (someone even yells, “I can’t shake them!” so that they are besieged by TIE enemy pilots). The pattern is obvious, but the scene is still breathtakingly intense and a white-knuckle ride almost throughout.

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Exciting News from The Brick Children’s Community Theater https://web-a-photo.com/exciting-news-from-the-brick-childrens-community-theater/ Tue, 10 May 2022 07:00:23 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/exciting-news-from-the-brick-childrens-community-theater/ It has been over twenty years since I had a relationship with our friends at The Brick Children’s Community Theatre. The BCCT has been an integral part of the communities of Brick Township and Ocean County for thirty years. Bringing fantastic quality shows to the area with a full cast of kids. Over the years, […]]]>

It has been over twenty years since I had a relationship with our friends at The Brick Children’s Community Theatre. The BCCT has been an integral part of the communities of Brick Township and Ocean County for thirty years. Bringing fantastic quality shows to the area with a full cast of kids.

Over the years, my family has gone to many shows with the Brick Children’s Community Theater. My kids were just babies when we first took them in, by the way now they are all grown up lol. We have always enjoyed the shows and the attention to detail was amazing from the directing, singing, sets and acting. Really well done.

Over the years BCCT has had many homes for its productions and this spring and summer they will be housed in the beautiful Stafford Township Center for the Arts. STAC is a wonderful place to see a show and I have seen many there.

One of the people I’ve worked with over the years at BCCT is our friend Jack Ruppenthal and Jack and I sat down to talk about what’s to come this spring and summer with the Brick Children’s Community Theatre.

Newsie’s Jr. is coming this weekend, get your tickets now and enjoy fantastic local theater right here in Southern Ocean County. The STAC is just off the Garden State Parkway at exit 63 on Route 72 right next to BJ’s. Come support this awesome band and be sure to keep an eye out for information on their summer production of Beauty and the Beast.

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Ukraine is rebuilding cities as fast as Russia destroyed them https://web-a-photo.com/ukraine-is-rebuilding-cities-as-fast-as-russia-destroyed-them/ Sun, 08 May 2022 19:14:17 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/ukraine-is-rebuilding-cities-as-fast-as-russia-destroyed-them/ On May 3, volunteers clear an area of ​​Kharkiv, Ukraine, which was destroyed in a strike. Photo for The Washington Post by Wojciech Grzedzinski BUCHA, Ukraine – The mere sight of a child here – wearing sunglasses, pulling a scooter, pestering his mother to buy him candy – was enough to impress Petro Trotsenko, owner […]]]>

BUCHA, Ukraine – The mere sight of a child here – wearing sunglasses, pulling a scooter, pestering his mother to buy him candy – was enough to impress Petro Trotsenko, owner of a stall in a Bucha market who reopened last week.

A little over a month ago, the market was bare, looted of all its goods, cut up by shrapnel. The nearby glass factory where Trotsenko, 74, worked in his youth was used as a torture chamber by Russian soldiers occupying this kyiv suburb. The bodies of 22 people from his neighborhood, summarily executed during the month of March, lay where they fell in the streets. Almost every yard was filled with rubble, burnt-out vehicles and makeshift graves. Almost all the families with children had fled.

Trotsenko and his wife, who hid for weeks in their basement, burned wood from the fence that surrounded their house to boil rainwater. This is how they cooked the porridge that kept them alive.

But in about the same time as the Russians occupied Bucha, the town rebuilt itself. The market is open and Trotsenko has restocked. Huge divots in the roads where the shells fell were paved over. The suburban train to Kyiv is working again. Water and electricity have largely been restored. Families return.

President Volodymyr Zelensky has said it will cost Ukraine at least $600 billion to rebuild what was destroyed in Bucha and across the country during the Russian invasion. But local officials and ordinary citizens are not waiting for a new Marshall Plan. They clean up and rebuild their cities, even as the question of when the war will end remains unanswered.

The reconstruction effort is imbued with a sense of optimism that Ukraine will survive the onslaught from Russia. Volunteers mainly do this, which allows government funds to remain focused on the war.

In places where the scars are still fresh, like Bucha, or still inflicted, like Kharkiv and other cities in eastern Ukraine, the engine of reconstruction is the determination of Ukrainians to prove to Russia – and to themselves – that Ukraine is anything but defeated.

In Kharkiv, Stas Bocharnikov, director of a distribution company, felt so restless about getting back to normal that he could only endure a week in a bomb shelter at the start of the war. Since then, he has spent nearly every day arguing with volunteers to clear debris from strike sites – work that frees up more specialized crews to demolish or rebuild damaged structures.

Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second most populous city, is just 40 kilometers from the Russian border. For more than 70 days it was battered by artillery and aerial bombardment, and most buildings in the city at least lost their windows to the blast. But Bocharnikov now has enough volunteers to fill the buses with them, sending them to different parts of the city every day.

Once Bocharnikov is notified by the local emergency services unit that an area has been cleared of cluster munitions, the teams get to work, sometimes with artillery detonations in the background.

The risk is worth it for one simple reason, he said: “I don’t want to live in shit.”

At a recently damaged culinary school, volunteers ranged from women in their 60s to a 12-year-old boy. They threw bricks strewn into piles of rubbish, but carefully preserved cookbooks and utensils that had survived the explosion.

People are not being paid, Bocharnikov said; all he gave them was cigarettes or a free meal prepared by other volunteers in the city.

“When people one day talk about how we rebuilt Kharkiv, I want to tell my children or grandchildren that I helped,” 19-year-old Darina Potapenko said.

The next day, the same group of volunteers were working in another part of town – a residential area where a burst of mortars had crashed through doorways and ceilings. Wearing orange gloves, Marina Smelianskaia, 53, a former lab worker, dug her shovel into a pile of rubble to free it from the building’s porch.

On the bus ride to the neighborhood, Smelianskaia was demoralized by the number of buildings still damaged in the area – and by the fact that she barely made a dent when Russian rockets again destroyed homes each evening. She kept shoveling.

“People worked here about two weeks ago – they’ve already cleared this area – and it’s been hit again,” she said. “Now we are cleaning it again. So that sense of accomplishment is not there for me yet.

Continued shelling in Kharkiv did little to deter volunteers. Tulips were planted throughout downtown, and city workers were cutting grass in hard-hit neighborhoods.

In front of the destroyed building of the city’s regional administration, 73-year-old Valentina Orlova hastily planted yellow pansies early last week. It was around noon and the work should be finished by 2 p.m.

“That’s when the shelling usually starts, so we have to finish quickly to get home,” she said.

If an ongoing Ukrainian counteroffensive succeeds in Kharkiv, the fighting could end in the coming weeks, giving volunteers more time to rebuild more meaningfully. If that happens, the efforts of residents of kyiv’s suburbs, including Bucha, Irpin and Hostomel – all of which have been largely demolished – could serve as a model.

In Irpin, a suburb that was once home to 100,000 people, city workers worked half pay to fix dozens of water and sewage pumps.

“We worked day and night without a day off,” said Artur Zahodirenko, the director of the municipal water service in Irpin, which relied on equipment provided by aid agencies.

Around 16,000 people have returned to Irpin in recent days, Mayor Oleksandr Markushin said. If progress in restoring services continues, he said, he will officially invite all residents to return on May 15.

Last week, a bank reopened, as did many kindergartens. The completely destroyed road bridge between Irpin and Kyiv, infamous as a place where many were killed by snipers as they tried to flee during the occupation, is now passable by car.

The revival has coincided with the arrival of spring in northern Ukraine, and the outskirts of kyiv are blanketed in a blanket of dandelions and fresh grass. Brightly colored laundry sways in the gentle warm breeze. Two boys carrying skateboards passed a friend, her hair newly dyed pink, in one of Irpin’s many parks.

Markushin, who never left Irpin during the occupation, recently issued an open call for architects, designers and engineers willing to lend their services free of charge to help rebuild the city. He expected a dozen responses, but instead he was overwhelmed.

“We thought few people would come, but 121 specialists came today. Just imagine! 121! We were shocked,” he said. “Today we visited several locations and in a few weeks they will provide their first plans.”

Sergii Mukaieliants and Maria Avdeeva in Kharkiv, and Serhiy Morgunov in Bucha and Irpin contributed to this report.

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Senior graduate Neysa Sanghavi reflects on the impact of volunteer work https://web-a-photo.com/senior-graduate-neysa-sanghavi-reflects-on-the-impact-of-volunteer-work/ Wed, 04 May 2022 19:14:14 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/senior-graduate-neysa-sanghavi-reflects-on-the-impact-of-volunteer-work/ When Neysa Sanghavi arrived at USC Mumbai, India on a Dean’s Leadership Fellowship in 2018, she was already an accomplished humanitarian, conservationist, author and scholar. She had worked on turtle conservation in Costa Rica, researched HIV among former sex workers in India, and was named the youngest and first brand ambassador for Rwanda in India […]]]>

When Neysa Sanghavi arrived at USC Mumbai, India on a Dean’s Leadership Fellowship in 2018, she was already an accomplished humanitarian, conservationist, author and scholar. She had worked on turtle conservation in Costa Rica, researched HIV among former sex workers in India, and was named the youngest and first brand ambassador for Rwanda in India for her work with genocide survivors.

Neysa Sanghavi poses for a graduation portrait. (Photo/Courtesy Neysa Sanghavi)

Now co-director of the Undergraduate Government Service Student Assembly, Sanghavi reflects on the past four years before earning a bachelor’s degree in human biology from USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and a bachelor’s degree in pharmacology and development. of drugs from the USC School of Pharmacy next week.

What were the highlights and highlights of your USC experience?

To be honest, every moment that made my parents proud was definitely a highlight of my USC experience. One of those moments would be when my name was inscribed on the USC Scholars’ Wall at Leavey’s Library. Also, I really enjoyed the annual Catalina retreat hosted by the USC Sidney Harman Academy for Polymathic Study. I met some of my closest friends there. My volunteering experiences through the Joint Educational Project [one of U.S.’ oldest and largest service-learning programs] and through the USC Volunteer Center have had a significant impact on how I see myself. They made me realize that I am a proactive person who is not afraid to take initiative when I see a disparity.

Did you learn anything about yourself?

My experiences volunteering at a college to teach biology and working part-time as a tutor at USC’s Student-Athlete Academic Services made me realize that I really enjoy sharing the knowledge I’ve learned. and help others learn.

Is there an object (or a moment) that you will remember from USC that means the most to you?

I had just met some Share a Meal volunteers for the first time. We worked long shifts that day and when we got back to campus, the student government had organized a carnival. Spontaneously, we all lined up to make a photo book to leaf through to remember this day. It was during the first year, and I always keep this notebook with me. I look back and realize that I don’t really know these people, so they are strangers to me. But our love for giving back to the community made us feel really close. I think that’s a beautiful thing about USC and its community; you can always find someone or something to connect with.

How would you compare your freshman year to yourself today? How do you think you have changed?

In first year, I hesitated to approach people. My classes and extracurriculars at USC really pushed me out of my comfort zone because they strongly encouraged collaboration. Compared to my freshman year, I believe I’m much bolder and not afraid to ask anyone for help. I feel more empowered as a person. I also believe that I am much more intellectually fearless due to my interdisciplinary upbringing.

What’s next for you?

On November 18, 2010, a power failure occurred in our city of Mumbai. My grandmother, whose assisted ventilation machine cut itself off from the electricity network, began to have difficulty in breathing. Alone, I frantically called for an ambulance, knowing full well it would take them an hour to navigate the Mumbai traffic. I put her head in my lap and started singing the same lullaby she used to sing to me every night when I was a kid. As if in recognition of this, she squeezed my fingers and her cough ceased.

I now recognize that my grandmother’s experience is not unique. Global differences in healthcare access and delivery are too often stratified by zip codes and socio-economic backgrounds. However, it is the cultural, social and physiological complexity of medicine that emboldens me on this path to becoming a doctor. I believe that my experiences around the world – growing up in India, working in the public health sector in Rwanda and now working with the homeless population as a student in Los Angeles, prepared me to be the type of a doctor who will reach out to those who cannot ask for help. I’m going to medical school this fall.

What advice do you have for freshmen coming to USC?

Speak. Don’t be afraid of not following a path. You will soon learn that everyone walks their own path and there is no blueprint.

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Picard Season 2 finale with new photos and ‘Farewell’ trailer – TrekMovie.com https://web-a-photo.com/picard-season-2-finale-with-new-photos-and-farewell-trailer-trekmovie-com/ Mon, 02 May 2022 22:55:45 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/picard-season-2-finale-with-new-photos-and-farewell-trailer-trekmovie-com/ The season two finale of Star Trek: Picard arrives this week and we’ve got details, new photos and a trailer to get you started. “Goodbye” The season finale is titled “Farewell”. Episode 210 was written by Christopher Monfette & Akiva Goldsman and directed by Michael Weaver. It debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, May 5, the […]]]>

The season two finale of Star Trek: Picard arrives this week and we’ve got details, new photos and a trailer to get you started.

“Goodbye”

The season finale is titled “Farewell”. Episode 210 was written by Christopher Monfette & Akiva Goldsman and directed by Michael Weaver. It debuts on Paramount+ on Thursday, May 5, the same day as the series premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

Synopsis:

In the season two finale, hours before Europa’s launch, Picard and the crew find themselves in a race against time to save the future.

New photos:

Pictured: Orla Brady as Tallinn from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Nicole Wilder/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Brent Spiner as Soong from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Nicole Wilder/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Brent Spiner as Soong from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Nicole Wilder/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Jeri Ryan as Seven and Michelle Hurd as Raffi from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Santiago Cabrera as Rios from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Penelope Mitchell as Renée Picard and Patrick Stewart as Picard from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Penelope Mitchell as Renée Picard from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Jeri Ryan as Seven, Michelle Hurd as Raffi, Patrick Stewart as Picard and Santiago Cabrera as Rios from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Jeri Ryan as Seven, Michelle Hurd as Raffi, Patrick Stewart as Picard and Santiago Cabrera as Rios from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Jeri Ryan as Seven and Michelle Hurd as Raffi from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Steve Gutierrez as Ricardo, Santiago Cabrera as Rios, Sol Rodriguez as Dr. Teresa Ramirez, Michelle Hurd as Raffi and Jeri Ryan as Seven from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Santiago Cabrera as Rios from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Michelle Hurd as Raffi and Jeri Ryan as Seven from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Patrick Stewart as Picard from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Pictured: Patrick Stewart as Picard from the Paramount+ original series STAR TREK: PICARD. Photo credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+ ©2022 ViacomCBS. All rights reserved.

Trailer:

A trailer was released on social media and on startrek.com.

Season 2 soundtrack released

Lakeshore Records has released the season two soundtrack digitally.

You can listen to any of the tracks below.

All photos by Trae Patton and Nicole Wilder/Paramount+

New episodes of Star Hike: Picardy premieres Thursdays on Paramount+ in the US and Fridays where Paramount+ is available worldwide. In Canada, it airs on CTV Sci-Fi Channel streaming on Crave on Thursdays. picard is also available Fridays on Amazon Prime Video worldwide.


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Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review [Yamaha Ténéré 700 Project Bike] https://web-a-photo.com/giant-loop-fandango-tank-bag-review-yamaha-tenere-700-project-bike/ Sun, 01 May 2022 06:54:38 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/giant-loop-fandango-tank-bag-review-yamaha-tenere-700-project-bike/ Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review [Yamaha Ténéré 700 Project Bike]There are so many specially designed Giant Loop cargo bags that I needed to carefully study the Oregon-based company’s photo-rich and descriptive website to narrow down my choices. While on the Ultimate motorcycling Yamaha Ténéré 700 Project Bike, I wanted easy access to small items, such as snacks, smartphone, glasses, flashlight, passes, maps, garage door […]]]> Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review [Yamaha Ténéré 700 Project Bike]

There are so many specially designed Giant Loop cargo bags that I needed to carefully study the Oregon-based company’s photo-rich and descriptive website to narrow down my choices. While on the Ultimate motorcycling Yamaha Ténéré 700 Project Bike, I wanted easy access to small items, such as snacks, smartphone, glasses, flashlight, passes, maps, garage door opener, hat and sunscreen, so it was time to test out the Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag. Giant Loop recently redesigned the $260 Fandango tank bag, lowering its profile, improving waterproofing and increasing its cargo capacity to eight liters.Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review: Cargo TestThe Fandango tank bag retains its shape even when empty. A sturdy carry handle built into the front makes it easy to carry when you want to take it with you off the bike. To release it from the mounting harness, run the heavy-duty YKK zipper to the rear, and it comes off. The underside is concave to account for the gas cap and any vents, but covers it entirely. To refuel, unzip the zipper on the left side and around the bottom of its mounting harness. Then flip it over to the right, away from the tank, with the zipper acting as a hinge. Make sure you have closed its lid properly before turning it over. You can guess why I am noting this.Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review: PriceThe Giant Loop Fandango has a large transparent pocket on the top for your phone which provides protection against dust and weather. However, this location can get hot in direct sunlight. A transparent and waterproof map pocket is accessible by a zipper on the underside of the lid. There is a flat stretch mesh pocket on the outer side of the bag which is handy for holding toll money or a park pass. Inside the lid is a stretch mesh zippered pocket that holds a wallet or any small items you don’t want to lose in the main cavity.Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review: MSRPThe main cavity is cavernous. It has a hook-and-loop divider, perfect if you’re the type that doesn’t like your peas and carrots touching. I like to keep my windshield and windscreen clean, so I have a full-size plastic cleaner readily available. the bag or mounting system will scratch the surface. The sheets are made of the same vinyl material that the motorcycle graphics are printed on. They are $50 for three 12 x 18 inch sheets.Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag Review: For SaleI used the mounting harness as a template to cut the vinyl to the correct size and shape. Because 3M vinyl is so immediately tacky, the instructions say to wet the glue and the reservoir, then float the vinyl into position. We all know how frustrating it is to align and reposition small cell phone screen protector covers, so the floating method made it easy to precisely align the protective sheet. Since this is an off-road-ready adventure bike, I often arrive home with a very dirty bike. I watered the Ultimate motorcycling Yamaha Ténéré 700 project bike and checking for any signs of leaks in the Fandango tank bag. As advertised, it stays dry inside and keeps dust out.There’s a handy little hooded passage in the front of the tank bag for cables, wires, or the like, so water can get inside if you throw your bike into a deep stream crossing. That’s why Giant Loop includes a full-size dry bag for extra protection against moisture and dust. They claim the Fandango tank bag is bulletproof, but I won’t test it. I’ve been using the bag for six months and have ridden it as a tail bag almost as many times as I’ve ridden it as a tank bag. . When traversing tight trails or forest roads at high speed, I like to stand far forward, so I move the Fandango to the rear of the Ténéré 700. Conveniently, the tall, stiff backrest (now at the front) acts as a backrest if the Fandango is packed. I can’t imagine more useful than a water resistant eight liter tank bag which is also a secure rear pannier using the same mounting harness. The Giant Loop Fandango tank bag exceeded my expectations, proving to be even more versatile than me. considered.

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Comedian Nazeem Hussain is shocked to find out he’s ‘the face of Vegemite’ https://web-a-photo.com/comedian-nazeem-hussain-is-shocked-to-find-out-hes-the-face-of-vegemite/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 07:08:48 +0000 https://web-a-photo.com/comedian-nazeem-hussain-is-shocked-to-find-out-hes-the-face-of-vegemite/ Comedian Nazeem Hussain is shocked to find he is ‘the face of Vegemite’: ‘I need a lawyer and I need a good model bill. It’s ridiculous’ By Demeter Staell for Daily Mail Australia Published: 08:08 BST, 29 April 2022 | Update: 10:38 BST, 29 April 2022 Nazeem Hussain found out he was the “unofficial face […]]]>

Comedian Nazeem Hussain is shocked to find he is ‘the face of Vegemite’: ‘I need a lawyer and I need a good model bill. It’s ridiculous’

Nazeem Hussain found out he was the “unofficial face of Vegemite” during an interview with HIT WA’s Breakfast with Allan & Carly on Friday.

The 37-year-old comedian was asked how it felt to be “the face of Vegemite,” and he admitted it was news to him.

‘I wasn’t the face of Vegemite! Was I?’ He asked.

Learn something new every day: Nazeem Hussain found out he’s the ‘unofficial face of Vegemite’ during an interview with HIT WA’s Breakfast with Allan & Carly on Friday

A photo shared by Nazeem on social media was uploaded to the official Vegemite Facebook page in May 2019.

The image showed the comic holding a sachet of Vegemite in one hand and a glass of orange juice in the other.

He was seen smiling at the camera, while a plate of scrambled eggs, avocado and toast sits in front of him.

Famous fan: A photo that Nazeem shared on social media was uploaded to the official Vegemite Facebook page in May 2019

Famous fan: A photo that Nazeem shared on social media was uploaded to the official Vegemite Facebook page in May 2019

Say what?  The 37-year-old comedian was asked what it was like to be

Say what? The 37-year-old comedian was asked how it felt to be “the face of Vegemite,” and he admitted it was news to him.

‘VEGEMITE with eggs? 100% normal Nazeem Hussain, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise,’ they captioned the post.

The popular stream added the hashtags: “#TastesLikeAustralia #BVitaminsforVitality”.

Nazeem admitted he had never seen the Facebook post and seemed surprised by its existence.

“Someone is using my face for Vegemite,” he said. He jokingly added, “I need a lawyer and I need a good invoice template. It’s ridiculous!’

“Someone is using my face for Vegemite,” he said.

He jokingly added, “I need a lawyer and I need a good invoice template. It’s ridiculous!’

Nazeem explained that he “posted something on my Instagram about liking Vegemite with eggs”, and added, “They clearly used this photo as an advertisement.”

On the mark: Nazeem explained that he had

On the mark: Nazeem explained that he had “posted something on my Instagram about loving Vegemite with eggs”, and added: “They clearly used this photo as an advertisement”

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