IPL 2020 : Star Sports to produce IPL 2020 Pre Post…

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Other than Byju’s Star India has signed up with Dell as Co-Presenting Partner of the show. Fortune, Paragon, Good Day, Titan, Sterling, Nixit have been singed as Associate Sponsors of the show.It is worth noting that along with the naming rights of Pre-Post-Mid Innings show, Byju’s has also bought the Co-PRESENTING partnership of IPL 2020. These investments will make India’s leading e-learning company the biggest on-air spender on this year’s IPL.Byju’s who were conservative while bidding for the IPL Title sponsorship is spending the biggest on the ON-AIR advertising in IPL 2020. Byjus total on-air spending will now cross 150Cr for IPL 2020.But without any doubt Dream11 will be the most visible brand in IPL 2020 on the back of spendings on both IPL Title Sponsorship and IPL ON-AIR sponsorship with Star India. Dream11 is shelling out 222Cr for IPL Title sponsorship and will be spending in the range of 130-140 Cr combine with Star and Disney+ Hotstar as Co-Presenting partner for IPL 2020.IPL 2020 Live : Brett Lee, Dean Jones, Brian Lara to feature in new avatar of Star Sports Select DugoutMeanwhile, Star Sports will also bring a whole new avatar of the Star Sports Select Dugout following last year’s massive success in IPL and the ICC World Cup 2019.The Select Dugout this season will keep fans ahead of the game with more predictions, drive a better understanding of “why” the match is unfolding a certain way with contextual analysis and unrivaled use of technology in cricket broadcast. The legends come together again to help viewers and fans stay ahead of the game during these unprecedented times.The Select Dugout panel includes an exclusive and decorated set of experts from across continents who are flagbearers of the sport in their respective countries. The distinguished panel this year includes a batting expert in Brian Lara, a bowling expert in Brett Lee, a T20 coach in Dean Jones, an all-rounder in Scott Styris, a spin wizard in Graeme Swann and more experts from the T20 ecosystem. The Select Dugout squad will be part of the Star Sports Bio Bubble to bring the most tech-savvy coverage of the game. Select Dugout lovers who are passionate about the sport will witness beyond the usual audio commentary with an enhanced video viewing experience this year.Select Dugout this year plays a larger role with the tournament being played behind closed doors – so what new can fans expect this year? Dream11 IPL is all set to bring fans closer and spread the message of hope and togetherness and, Select Dugout will stand testament to this by engaging with fans as well as giving them an opportunity to pick on the brains of Select Dugout Experts via twitter questions. Select Dugout will take it up a notch with regards to the technology and the highly committed cricket purists will be privy to more demos and masterclasses and enriched analytical experience. An exciting segment awaits – our experts will dole out tips to choose the best fantasy XI for all the fantasy sports users.With a continued effort to provide an enhanced experience for fans, this year Select Dugout has gone one step forward with a new studio that promises to blow your mind. Along with exciting content, get ready to witness never seen before technology and innovations that will make the Dream11 IPL 2020 journey with Star Sports Select an unforgettable experience.Commenting on the offering this year, Select Dugout Expert Brian Lara said, “It has always been an exciting experience to be part of the Select Dugout in the company of such elite experts of the T20 format. One advantage of the Dugout is that we bring real-time insights into what is going on in the minds of the players, predicting what is likely to happen next and the reason behind critical decisions taken on the field. Select Dugout is all about the game within the game, in-depth analysis of players’ technique, strategy and accurate predictions of the game which will help fans understand where the game could turn with the help of the latest technology and innovations in Cricket broadcast.”Select Dugout Expert Brett Lee said, “We plan to refine what we have been doing in the past few years and provide a deeper match experience for the fans. What Select Dugout aims to deliver is the experience of what actually goes on behind the scenes at a team’s dugout. With technology that helps us bring alive stories and strategies, we are always thinking of a ball ahead. It’s going to be a wonderful experience for fans to connect and come together to celebrate the biggest cricket extravaganza.”The Select Dug Out for IPL 2020 will kick start on Saturday, September 19, from 7.20 pm on Star Sports Select SD and HD channels.Myteam11- India’s favourite fantasy cricket destination. Download the app now from  https://myteam11.app.link/t83NKEhNN9 TAGSIPL 2020 LiveIPL 2020 live on star sportsIPL Cricket LiveIPL Cricket Live on Disney HotstarIPL Cricket Live timings SHARE Previous articleIPL 2020: SRH skipper David Warner begins training in UAE; Check out videoNext articleIPL 2020 : Colgate signs up as Smile-Partner for 6 IPL teams Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. The Indian Premier League is back and also back is Star Sports signature Pre-Post-Mid Innings IPL show Cricket LIVE. But this time, the IPL 2020 Pre-Post-Mid Show will be produced in 6 languages according to information available with InsideSport.coCricket Live this year will be called Byju’s CRICKET LIVE and will be produced in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bangla, Kannada by Star Sports. 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The IAG share price is up 65% in a month. Should I buy for 2021?

first_img The International Consolidated Airlines Group (LSE: IAG) share price has risen by 65% over the last month. Investors have been buying into the owner of British Airways in the hope that new vaccines will bring the coronavirus pandemic to an end quickly next year.However, airline industry forecasts suggest it could take until 2023 for passenger numbers to return to 2019 levels. Should I really be buying IAG shares with such an uncertain outlook?5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Good newsI can see some reasons to be positive about the outlook for IAG. Major downturns often force businesses such as these to focus most closely on costs and efficiency. One example of this is British Airways’ decision to retire all of its Boeing 747s.Much as I like and respect this famous model, I’ve been flying on them since the early 1980s. Modern planes use less fuel and offer a number of other improvements in passenger experience and safety. Changes such as these should help IAG to emerge from this crisis with a greener and more modern fleet.Another positive is that the airline has already raised extra cash from shareholders. I believe that September’s jumbo €2.7bn fundraising will support IAG’s operations until it’s able to return to normal flying.What should I worry about?The large number of new shares issued this year means that IAG’s earnings per share would be much lower than in 2019, even if profits were the same as in 2019. For this reason, I don’t expect IAG’s share price to return to historic levels for the foreseeable future.A second concern for me is that raising money from shareholders became necessary because the group’s debt levels had reached an uncomfortable level.Despite an increase in debt, IAG’s own forecasts show that it expects to cut capacity by 27% in 2021, compared to 2019. Broker forecasts for next year suggest that the group’s revenue will fall to €14.5bn, compared to €25.5bn in 2019.I think it’s fair to assume that IAG’s profits are likely to remain below 2019 levels for at least a couple of years.IAG share price: high enough already?One common way to value a company is by adding its net debt to the market value of its shares. This gives a figure known as the enterprise value. It’s the amount someone buying the whole business would have to pay, including debt.My sums suggest that IAG’s enterprise value is around £15.5bn today. That’s almost the same as one year ago, according to my calculations. The problem is that IAG’s expected sales and profits are much lower than they were one year ago.In other words, I think IAG shares might actually be more expensive than they were in November 2019.In my view, IAG’s share price already reflects the partial recovery I expect to see next year. Although I think there probably are further gains to come for long-term investors, I suspect the airline group will need to prioritise debt repayments when trading does improve.IAG shares don’t look cheap enough for me. I can see better buys elsewhere, with fewer risks. I won’t be adding this airline stock to my portfolio just yet. Roland Head | Sunday, 29th November, 2020 | More on: IAG Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Image source: British Airways There’s a ‘double agent’ hiding in the FTSE… we recommend you buy it! Click here to get access to our presentation, and learn how to get the name of this ‘double agent’! 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Enter Your Email Address The IAG share price is up 65% in a month. Should I buy for 2021? See all posts by Roland Headlast_img read more

Can Exeter’s remarkable rise continue against Leinster?

first_imgEXETER, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 06: Sireli Naqelevuki (L) of Exeter Chiefs escapes from Danny Care (R) of Harlequins to score a try during the Aviva Premiership match between Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins at Sandy Park on October 6, 2012 in Exeter, England. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images) Their support too has been exemplary. Not a weekend now passes without the sound of the Tomahawk Chop echoing around one of the Premiership’s grounds and the league is better for it. Sandy Park has become a fortress where teams have struggled, with Premiership champions Harlequins the latest to fall last weekend in a 70 point thriller.Taking on Leinster will be another step up, but Exeter will run out at the RDS with no fear. Competing with Europe’s elite begins an important new chapter in the history of the club, and one that according to Hayes they will thoroughly enjoy. Blazing the trail: Sireli Naqelevuki (far left) has been an excellent foreign signing for Exeterby Ben ColesTHIS TIME three years ago, Exeter were still in the RFU Championship, in the middle of a week that started by playing London Welsh at Sandy Park and finished with an away trip to Birmingham. Fast forward to the present and the Chiefs are in Dublin, taking on arguably the greatest European side of all time, Leinster.It is a script of some proportion. Traditionally teams promoted from the Championship with little experience of the top flight have headed straight back down, but Exeter have proved to be an exception to the rule. Finishing 20 points clear of relegation in 8th place after their first campaign, the rise continued last season with an impressive 5th place and with it a spot in this season’s blue chip tournament, the Heineken Cup.Defying all logic, Exeter have been welcomed into the Aviva Premiership due to a number of reasons. Their squad is not filled with international players such as Leicester or Northampton, but they are imbued with, arguably, the greatest spirit in the Premiership.Of the core group that won promotion back in 2009, many remain. There are cult figures such as captain Tommy Hayes, Chris Budgen, Richard Baxter and Phil Dollman, smatterings of international talent in Ignacio Mieres, Sireli Naqelevuki and Dean Mumm and now significantly, an England international in the outstanding blindside flanker Tom Johnson. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS “Our approach to the Heineken Cup will be similar to when we first entered the Premiership. If you strive to be somewhere and it’s where you want to be, there is no point in being afraid when you get there. Just go and enjoy it. We’re not going to be favourites unless a plague hits Dublin, so we’ll just go in and give as good an account of ourselves as we can.”Follow Ben Coles on Twitter @bencoles_last_img read more

Email and website company information requirements change on 1 January

first_img Tagged with: Digital Howard Lake | 21 December 2006 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Email and website company information requirements change on 1 January From 1 January 2007 UK companies will be required to include certain regulatory information on their websites and email footers to adhere to the Companies Act and avoid having to pay a fine.The current duty with regard to required information on business letters is being extended to include websites, emails and order forms. From 1 January 2007 companies must list their company registration number, place of registration, and registered office address on their website as well as in emails and on order forms.The information must be in legible characters, so can not be hidden in tiny or coloured text. Advertisementcenter_img  21 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Fortunately, the information does not have to appear on every page on a website, although some organisation might choose to do this.Some charities’ limited companies will no doubt already be following this approach as many have assumed that ‘business letters’ applied to emails. But from 1 January, following an update to the Companies Act 1985, the requirement will be explicit.The Register has published some practical advice on what to do to comply with the new requirement.The new law doesn’t address charities, but while checking that an organisation’s website and email address meet these new requirements, it makes sense to ensure that the charity’s registered number appears on all emails and on any page that includes any fundraising message. In practice it makes sense to declare the registered charity number on every page on a charity’s website.last_img read more

Friend charged with concealing death in Georgia college student’s murder

first_imgThe Fort Valley Police Department(ATLANTA) — Days after the boyfriend of a Georgia college student was arrested for her murder, authorities said a friend also has been charged.Jaivon Abron, a friend of the suspect, Demarcus Little, and an acquaintance of the victim, Anitra Gunn, was taken into custody on Wednesday, Todd Crosby of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said at a news conference.Probable cause was established to charge Abron, 22, with two counts of false statements and one count of concealing a death, Crosby said.Gunn, a 23-year-old senior at Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia, went missing on Valentine’s Day. Her body was found Feb. 18 in a wooded area of Crawford County, Georgia.Gunn’s boyfriend, the 23-year-old Little, was arrested for her murder on Friday. Gunn was strangled to death, according to ABC Atlanta affiliate WSB-TV, citing court documents.Crosby did not elaborate on how Abron allegedly concealed Gunn’s death. Crosby said authorities had talked to Abron several times during the investigation.The college senior’s phone was found Wednesday afternoon, Crosby said, and authorities are still searching for the bumper of Gunn’s white 2013 Chevrolet Cruze. The investigation is ongoing.Little made his first court appearance this week, at which his attorney, Benjamin Davis, hailed the murder suspect’s “great military background.”“There’s no history of violence in his background,” Davis said in court, according to WSB. “He has no criminal history, so this would be out of character for anyone in his situation to be charged with something like this.”A court appearance for Abron has not been set, authorities said Wednesday.A memorial service for Gunn has been planned for Saturday in Alabama.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Coast Guard searching for 16 people missing off Florida coast in 2 separate boating incidents

first_imgCeri Breeze/iStockBY: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC NEWS(MIAMI) — U.S. Coast Guard crews were searching Sunday for 16 people believed missing in the waters off the Florida coast in two ocean rescue emergencies, including one involving a “makeshift vessel” that launched from Cuba with 10 people aboard, officials said.Both searches began on Friday and continued on Sunday. One of the rescue efforts was launched after a good Samaritan found a man described as a Jamaican national alive 23 miles off the coast of Fort Pierce, Florida, after he said he’d been on a boat with six other people that set sail from Bimini in the Bahamas, according to Coast Guard officials.The other search was also launched on Friday after 10 people who left Havana, Cuba, in a “6-foot makeshift vessel” went missing off the coast of Key West, authorities said.The Coast Guard was contacted by a boat operator who said he had rescued a man from the waters directly east of Fort Pierce. The survivor told the boater that he and six other people were aboard a boat that capsized on Wednesday after they left Bimini, which is about 200 miles from Fort Pierce.It was not immediately clear where the boat was headed when it flipped over.A 45-foot Coast Guard rescue boat was immediately sent to the scene, officials said. The rescue crew took the survivor to shore and transferred him to a hospital, officials said.The Coast Guard continued to search the area on Sunday, deploying an HC-130 Hercules airplane and three cutter ships.The second search also continued Sunday for the 10 people who set out for Florida from Havana on the small rickety homemade vessel last Sunday. Coast Guard officials said it remains unclear what caused the watercraft to vanish.Coast Guard search planes and boats were searching the area off the coast of Key West, which is a little over 80 miles from Havana.The search for survivors came just days after the Coast Guard rescued three Cuban nationals located on a deserted Bahaman island, where officials said the men spent 33 days living off coconuts. The men told Coast Guard officials that their vessel capsized in rough waters and that they swam to the deserted island, officials said.Coast Guard officials say they have seen a recent increase in rescue operations involving Cuban nationals attempting the treacherous journey to seek asylum in the United States.On Feb. 8, a Coast Guard crew intercepted a makeshift wooden sailboat containing eight Cuban migrants in the waters off Key West after a boater spotted them and contacted authorities. A Coast Guard crew and agents from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol responded to the scene and rescued the seven men and one woman aboard the vessel, officials said.They were all returned to Cuba, according to a statement from the Coast Guard.On Jan. 12, seven Cuban nationals were rescued by Coast Guard and Border Patrol agents after their small wooden vessel sank off the Florida Keys. All of those rescued survived and were returned to Cuba, officials said.Since Oct. 1, the Coast Guard said it has intercepted or rescued 58 Cuban migrants attempting illegal voyages to the United States across the Florida Straits.“The Coast Guard and our partner agencies will continue to rescue and repatriate undocumented migrants who take to the sea in unseaworthy vessels without safety equipment or a way to call for help,” Lt. Cmdr. Mario Gil, Coast Guard liaison officer to Cuba, said in a statement last week. “Voyages like these are never worth the risk. The Florida Straits waters are unpredictable and the risk for loss of life is great on vessels such as this.”Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

War on terrorism

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. The UK’s war on terrorism and its increasing role in overseas conflicts ishelping the British Army to recruit. The Army’s head of manning said increased action, such as in Afghanistan(left), more media coverage and the changing role of soldiers is improvingrecruitment and retention. Brigadier Andrew Craig told Personnel Today around 1,000 recruits joined thearmy this year – 300 more than last year – while staff turnover levels areamong the best ever at 6 per cent. He said: “More action definitely helps, it works both ways but I see itas a plus. Some people are turned off by it but that’s more than outweighed bythe youngsters who see this as exciting and worthwhile.” Comments are closed. War on terrorismOn 6 Aug 2002 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Good health not sole responsibility of OH

first_imgEnsuring good health is not just the responsibility of occupational health,but should be everyone’s concern, and body mapping is an effective way ofinvolving people in this process, was the message from Cynthia Atwell todelegates. Atwell said body mapping is an effective way of gathering information abouthealth problems, such as illness, aches and pains and injuries. It does notrequire sophisticated materials, she explained, but is a practical andstraightforward approach to improving knowledge. She described how the process was first developed and used by Canadian tradeunions, and explained that the TUC has been given funding by the Health andSafety Executive to develop the practice in this country. “It iseveryone’s responsibility to help secure health and we have got to get morepeople involved,” she said. www.hse.gov.uk Good health not sole responsibility of OHOn 1 Jul 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Breaking News: Judge Blocks Indiana Abortion Law

first_imgA federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking Indiana’s restrictive new abortion law from taking effect Friday.Judge Tanya Walton Pratt issued a 31-page order in favor of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, which sought to block House Enrolled Act 1337.The law signed by Gov. Mike Pence this year would have prohibited abortions because of genetic abnormality, race, sex or ancestry, and would mandate disposal of an aborted fetus only through burial or cremation. Before its passage, opponents warned the bill raised an unconstitutional burden to the right to abortion and that its enactment would be met with a federal lawsuit.Pratt wrote Planned Parenthood “has clearly demonstrated that the anti-discrimination provisions and the information dissemination provision should be enjoined pending resolution of this litigation. It is likely to succeed on the merits of its challenges to these provisions as the anti-discrimination provisions directly contravene well-established law that precludes a state from prohibiting a woman from electing to have an abortion prior to fetal viability. Similarly, the information dissemination provision is likely unconstitutional as it requires abortion providers to convey false information regarding the anti-discrimination provisions to their patients. PPINK faces irreparable harm of a significantly greater magnitude if these provisions are not enjoined than that faced by the State.“Second, PPINK has persuasively shown that the fetal tissue disposition provisions do not further a legitimate state interest and thus are likely unconstitutional. This, when combined with the fact that the balance of harms weighs slightly in PPINK’s favor, leads to the conclusion that PPINK is also entitled to an injunction with respect to these provisions.”This story will be updated.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Shore Medical Center Marketing Director Brian Cahill to be Honored by Somers Point Education…

first_imgBrian Cahill, director of marketing at Shore Medical Center, is the Somers Point Education Foundation’s Healthcare Honoree for 2018. Cahill will be recognized at its 24th annual Dinner Dance Gala on Feb. 24 at Greate Bay Country Club. Shore Medical Center’s clinical heroes are numerous, from its talented team of physicians and compassionate nurses, to its allied health professionals and techs, all working together to provide expert healthcare to the community. But on the administrative side, there are also standout staff working hard behind the scenes to ensure it can continue to provide that expert care to the community. One of those individuals is Brian Cahill, director of marketing and public relations, who is being honored as the Healthcare Honoree at the Somers Point Education Foundation’s annual gala on Feb. 24 at Greate Bay Country Club.As a nonprofit community hospital and the largest employer in the city, Shore leads numerous external projects that improve the health and wellbeing of Somers Point residents and those in its surrounding communities. Cahill, who came to Shore in 2014 after spending 16 years in the A.C. casino industry, is often heavily involved with those efforts.Cahill has helped many projects come to fruition that benefit both Shore and the City of Somers Point, including Shore Medical Center’s weekly farmers market, craft fair and patriotic tribute hosted in the summer of 2017 in partnership with Somers Point Community First. He represents Shore at the Somers Point Police Department’s Trunk or Treat and National Night Out, and at many other community events.“Brian is among the first to step up whenever there is a community project,” says David Hughes, Shore’s chief financial and development officer. “I can always count on Brian to do what is needed, including getting his hands dirty, as we saw when he led efforts to clean up the grounds at the Somers Point Senior Center and weeded the welcome area in Somers Point as you enter the city from Ocean City’s 9th street bridge. He brings tremendous creativity, enthusiasm and optimism to everything he does, and we’re lucky to have him on board.”A resident of Washington Township, Cahill and his wife of 22 years, Jennifer, are the proud parents of three boys, Jack, Andy and Brad. In addition to his role at Shore Medical Center, Brian is also an adjunct professor at Stockton University’s School of Business. In his free time he enjoys coaching his kids, spending time with his basset hound, Felix, and obsessing over the Seattle Mariners.Cahill will be recognized among other honorees at the Somers Point Foundation for Education’s 24th annual Dinner Dance Gala, which raises funds to support new educational programs and enhance existing programs. For more information about the gala, please contact the Somers Point Community & Education office at (609) 927-2053, ext. 3102 or e-mail [email protected] Shore Medical CenterAt Shore Medical Center, located in Somers Point, NJ, kindness complements an extraordinary level of clinical sophistication. People are the foundation of this modern medical center where advanced technology harmonizes with compassionate care. Shore Medical Center attracts the area’s best physicians, nurses and clinicians, and is the first and only hospital in New Jersey and one of 86 healthcare organizations worldwide to earn Designation as a Planetree Patient-Centered Care Hospital®. Recognized for its dedication to patient safety, Shore has received seven consecutive “A” grades in The Leapfrog Group’s Hospital Safety Score since Fall 2014. Shore Medical Center is home to six Centers of Excellence for Cancer, Cardiovascular, Neurosciences, Spine and Orthopedic, Emergency and Maternity and Pediatric care. Shore’s affiliations include Penn Medicine, Onsite Neonatal Partners, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Mayo Medical Laboratories, and Advanced Radiology Solutions. In addition, Shore is a member of the Jefferson Neuroscience Network and has physicians on staff from the Rothman Institute. In 2011, Shore opened its Pediatric Care Center, the first of its kind in New Jersey, and its state-of-the-art Surgical Pavilion and Campus Expansion. The Shore Medical Center Planned Giving & Development team, which includes the Auxiliary, creates and implements dynamic philanthropic programs that support the mission of Shore Medical Center (www.GivetoShore.org). For more information about Shore Medical Center, visit www.ShoreMedicalCenter.org.last_img read more

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