El fundador de Huawei propugna una transición hacia el software AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore6 09 FEB 2021 Previous ArticleEC competition boss comments on Apple privacy moveNext ArticleQualcomm ups 5G data rates with latest modem Tags Related Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei (pictured) urged the new US administration to adopt a more open policy towards Chinese companies, though admitted the vendor had no expectation current restrictions on it would be lifted.Speaking at a media roundtable, Ren said the company wanted to focus on making good products and did not have the “energy to be involved in this political whirlpool”.The executive went on to question if the US’ aggressive stance against China’s companies was beneficial to its own economy and businesses.However, he conceded it would be “extremely difficult” for authorities in the US to lift restrictions already imposed on Huawei.Huawei was a target of a sustained campaign against it led-by former US President Donald Trump, with various restrictions placed on the company’s activities including bans on US companies supplying the vendor.The rules have severely restricted Huawei’s handset business in addition to hampering its networks unit: the US successfully persuaded several countries to follow its lead in banning the vendor from supplying 5G network equipment on security grounds.Trump has since been replaced by Joe Biden, though so far there has been no indication this would lead to an easing in restrictions against the company or its local peers.During the session Ren also reiterated earlier comments stating Huawei was open to negotiations with US-based businesses about licensing its technology, though noted none had contacted it so far. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Chris Donkin HuaweiRen Zhengfei FCC mulls expanded Huawei, ZTE bans Blog: How is chip shortage affecting US? Home Huawei CEO calls for easing of US-China trade tensions Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Español Author
By Dr. Kurt SteinhausSuperintendent of SchoolsLAPSGreetings from the Los Alamos Public Schools!This message contains information about school cancellation or delayed start due to snow or ice. Announcements, usually by 5:30 a.m., will be sent via the media, district web page, and School Messenger. Telephone information lines:Aspen Elementary 663-2277;Barranca Mesa Elementary 663-2732;Chamisa Elementary 663-2472;Mountain Elementary 663-2327;Pinon Elementary 663-2682;Middle School 663-2375;Topper Freshman Academy 663-2512;High School 663-2512; andDistrict Office 663-2223.In general, if the Lab is on a delay, school opening will be delayed; if the Lab is closed due to weather, our schools will be closed.When school is dismissed early or cancelled for the day, all after school programs including athletics (both home and away) and other activities are cancelled.Two-hour Delayed Start:Buses will arrive at bus stops two hours later than the usual pickup time. School start times:Elementary schools – 10:20 am;Mid School – 10:00 am; andHigh School – 9:50 amParking lots will usually be cleared and ready for buses and cars by 7:30 am. Please allow our maintenance staff to clear the parking lots. Sidewalks will usually be cleared by 8:00 am. Elementary Schools on Wednesdays: no school when there is a delay – Pre-School is cancelled and YMCA programs start at noon.When you see snow and ice on the roads remember Safety First:If possible, get up earlier than usual to clear snow and provide extra travel time;Please be extra cautious when driving;Wear footwear that helps prevent slips, trips, and falls;Take advantage of teachable moments – weather provides an incentive for students to write stories, learn science, and even calculate travel times;Encourage students to talk about their experiences getting to school in the snow;Exercise extra patience;Snow and ice can cause stress; thus, try “giving an extra hand to your neighbor”; andPlease remember that people have different tolerances for weather and we want to be understanding of each other. Thank you.
Odhrán Mac Niallais has been announced as the Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh winner – the award for the player of the 2018 Donegal SFC.Mac Niallais started as Gaoth Dobhair won their 15th Donegal crown – their first since 2006.In the final win over Naomh Conaill, Mac Niallais kicked eight points. Mac Niallais led the way for Gaoth Dobhair through the group stage. Drawn in the ‘group of death’, the Magheragallon men came through Naomh Conaill, Dungloe and St Eunan’s.After accounting for Bundoran and Sean MacCumhaills, Gaoth Dobhair defeated Naomh Conaill in the final to get their hands back on Dr Maguire again.Mac Niallais had taken a year out of county football in 2017 and just returned for the SFC semi-final when Gaoth Dobhair were edged out by Naomh Conaill.Mac Niallais was back in Donegal’s colours this year to win the Ulster Championship. Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh is named in honour of the late RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta presenter and commentator who passed away in 2016.The award is voted on by members of the Donegal media who covered the club championship.12 Donegal sports journalists made up the selection committee for the award, under the stewardship of Damien Ó Dónaill from RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.Speaking this morning on Barrscéalta, Ó Dónaill said: “Odhrán is highly deserving of this award for the skills he displayed in this year’s County Championship, helping Gaoth Dobhair to their first championship victory in 12 years.“There were 3 other Gaoth Dobhair players in consideration for the award, but the majority of the committee chose Odhrán. They all mentioned his excellent display in this year’s county final, when he scored 8 points. “He has shown that he is amongst the top players in the country, with an elegant style of football, not to mention his scoring precision and his ability at centre-field.”The Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh award was inaugurated in 2016 to commemorate the much-loved and respected RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta broadcaster Séamus Mac Géidigh, best known for his excellent GAA commentary, who passed away suddenly in 2016.RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s Regional Manager in Donegal, Edel Ní Chuireáin, said: “Séamus Mac Géidigh was a proud Gaeltacht man, just like this year’s award recipient, which is fitting, and I would like to congratulate Odhrán on his award.”Odhrán Mac Niallais said this morning on Barrscéalta: “It’s a great privilege for me to receive this award. Séamus was a gentleman, and a good friend of mine, so it’s really special to be the recipient of this award named in his honour.” He will be presented with the award at the annual Donegal GAA County Banquet and Award night on Friday 23 November in the Abbey Hotel in Donegal Town.The award was created by sculptor Redmond Herrity using Donegal Granite carved in the shape of Errigal, with an engraving of an image of Séamus to the front.Odhrán Mac Niallais wins this year’s Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh was last modified: November 14th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
10 July 2014 The government has called on all South Africans to honour former president Nelson Mandela by actively participating in the Clean South Africa campaign this Mandela Month. The campaign was first mooted by President Jacob Zuma during his State of the Nation Address last month, when he called on South Africans to begin planning for a major clean-up of cities, towns, townships, villages and schools. Speaking to reporters in Pretoria on Thursday following the Cabinet’s latest fortnightly meeting, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi said a Clean South Africa award would be presented to the country’s top three municipalities for Mandela Month. “We all have a responsibility to honour [Mandela’s] life by cleaning, improving and beautifying our communities,” Muthambi said. Celebrated across the globe in honour of the late statesman’s birthday on 18 July, the day gives everyone the opportunity to emulate Mandela’s role as public servant. “Mandela Day is not only about doing good, it is about service,” Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO Sello Hatang said at the launch of this year’s event in April. “It is an opportunity to build upon Mr Mandela’s lifelong belief that we must live to serve every day, in whatever we do.” Mandela Day, Hatang said, creates an opportunity for society’s “haves” and “have nots” to work together to confront social ills within their communities and to build a better world. This year’s Mandela Day will be particularly symbolic in that it offers South Africans, and the world, an occasion to honour the ethos of the late Mr Mandela in the year that marks South Africa’s 20th year of democracy. The idea of Mandela Day was inspired by Mandela at his 90th birthday celebrations in London’s Hyde Park in 2008, when he said: “It is time for new hands to lift the burdens. It is in your hands now.” The United Nations officially declared 18 July as Nelson Mandela International Day in November 2009, recognising Mandela’s “values and his dedication to the service of humanity” and acknowledging his contribution “to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world”. The Mandela Day campaign asks that individuals, groups and corporates pledge 67 minutes of their time on 18 July, and every day thereafter, to give back. This can be by supporting a charity or serving the community. No matter how small the action, the aim is to change the world for the better – just as Mandela did. SAnews.gov.za and SAinfo reporter
Raipur, Jan 22 (PTI) A huge cache of arms mostly barrels used in manufacturing guns was recovered from forests of Chhattisgarhs insurgency-hit Rajnandgaon district, police said today.Acting-on a tip off, as many as 39 barrels of 12 bore guns were recovered from Mangikholi forests under Bortalav police station area last evening by a joint team of security forces, Rajnandgaon Superintendent of Police Sundarraj P told PTI.Tagging the recovery as a “major” success, the SP said, police have foiled naxals evil strategy to manufacture guns to harm security personnel.During interrogation, a recently arrested woman naxal Manisha had revealed about the location of a dump of materials for making guns hidden in the forests of Kandhurra based on which search operations were on in the jungles of Kandhurra for the past few days, he said.A joint team of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and district force was cordoning off forests of Mangikholi last evening when they spotted barrels hidden behind shrubs, the SP added. PTI TKP DK IKA RDS
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Watford reject Randell Williams catching eye at Exeterby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveA host of clubs are chasing Exeter City winger Randell Williams.The former Crystal Palace and Watford man joined Exeter in January.His early season form has drawn interest from Championship clubs Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest, QPR and Huddersfield, according toteamTALK.The 22-year-old already has three assists to name so far this season.
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New Delhi: Police booked an African national for allegedly manhandling a traffic policeman at Dwarka Mor on Monday morning after a video went viral which shows the African holding and beating a traffic constable while he is being punched and kicked by a mob that tries to free the policeman from his grip. The African is seen being hit by helmet by the public while he keeps holding the policeman with both his arms.According to police, the scuffle broke at around 10:45 am on Monday when three traffic policemen –constable Ajay, constable Gaurav and ASI Omprakash stopped the African national who was riding a Scooty without a helmet. When constable Ajay asked him for his Scooty papers, he tried to drive away. When the three policemen tried to stop him, he started punching constable Ajay. As the onlookers gathered to see the African beating the policemen, some tried to intervene, However, soon the fight took an ugly turn as the public too joined in with some punching and kicking the African in an attempt to free the policeman. In the scuffle, both the policeman and the African national received injuries. The viral video which is doing rounds on social media shows some people even hitting the African with a helmet repeatedly on his head. “We have filed a case against the African, who according to our knowledge is from Nigeria and is here in India from 3 to 4 months. His name is Zammy alias Prince and we are investigating his purpose of stay in India. His passport is also being verified,” said a police officer. The Delhi Police has booked the African national under IPC sections 186 (Obstructing public servant in discharge of public duty) 353 (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) 332 (Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty). The police said that though the arrest has not been made in the case, but a proper investigation in the matter is being conducted and sections would be added as the charges come up.
Sofia: Pope Francis urged Bulgarians to open their hearts and doors to refugees as he began a visit to the European Union’s poorest country, where the main Orthodox Church snubbed holding joint prayers with the pontiff. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov met Francis at the airport, welcoming him with a large pot of kiselo mlyako, a mildly sour-tasting local yoghurt, saying: “This is your grandmother’s yoghurt.” “The first time I heard the word yoghurt was from my grandmother,” the pope replied. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: ReportThe Bulgarian emissary to the Vatican Kiril Topalev had earlier quoted the pope as telling him: “I grew up with Bulgarian yoghurt. When I was two years old, my grandmother gave me Bulgarian yoghurt.” Pope Francis’s three-day tour, which also takes in North Macedonia, includes a visit to a refugee camp on the outskirts of Sofia and a commemoration of Mother Teresa, the most famous native of the Macedonian capital Skopje. The Pope evoked a “new winter” plaguing Bulgaria and other European nations who face an an exodus of their people as well as falling birth rates, in his first address to Bulgarian officials. Also Read – Iraq military admits ‘excessive force’ used in deadly protestsThe population has fallen to seven million against nine million in 1989, the year communism ended in Bulgaria, and is projected to plunge to 5.4 million in 2050. “Bulgaria faces the effects of the emigration in recent decades of over two million of her citizens in search of new opportunities for employment,” he said. This has “led to the depopulation and abandonment of many villages and cities,” he added. He also touched on the plight of migrants and refugees flocking to the country. “Bulgaria confronts the phenomenon of those seeking to cross its borders in order to flee wars, conflicts or dire poverty, in the attempt to reach the wealthiest areas of Europe, there to find new opportunities in life or simply a safe refuge,” the pope said. “To all Bulgarians, who are familiar with the drama of emigration, I respectfully suggest that you not close your eyes, your hearts or your hands — in accordance with your best tradition — to those who knock at your door,” he said. Francis, whose papacy has been marred by a wave of child sex abuse allegations against clergy, has made improving interfaith dialogue a priority. But last month the Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s Holy Synod rejected the idea of Orthodox priests participating in a joint “prayer for peace” with the pope in a Sofia square planned for Monday. The Orthodox Church is instead sending a children’s choir to the downgraded meeting which will be attended by at least one of the capital’s Muslim leaders, a Vatican source said. While the visit will be a particular highlight for the tiny Catholic communities in both countries — 44,000 in Bulgaria and 20,000 in North Macedonia — it is the interaction with their two Orthodox churches that will be most keenly watched.
Bhiwani (Har): Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a “boxer” who entered the ring to fight unemployment but ended up punching his “coach” and veteran BJP leader L K Advani.The Gandhi scion used the boxer analogy at a poll rally in Bhiwani, which is known as India’s boxing nursery and has produced famous boxers including Vijender Singh, who is fighting the Lok Sabha polls as a Congress nominee in the national capital. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghHe accused the “boxer PM” of sidelining Advani, saying the senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader was “punched in the face” by Modi. “A boxer Narendra Modi, who boasted of his 56-inch chest, entered the ring to fight unemployment, farmers’ issue, corruption and other issues,” the Congress chief said. “For the last five years, this boxer has hit India’s poor, weaker sections, farmers and now people are saying they do not want this boxer. He failed to understand who is he fighting against,” said Gandhi, accusing Modi of “betraying” the people of the country. “Narendra Modi’s coach Advani ji, other team members like Gadkari were there… Modi entered the ring and the first thing he did was to deliver a punch on Advani’s face,” he said, adding that the prime minister had “insulted” the senior BJP leader. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadAfter punching Advani, this boxer knocked out small shopkeepers with demonetisation and Gabbar Singh Tax, said Rahul Gandhi referring to the Goods and Services Tax (GST). “Entire country knows how adversely these decisions hit them,” he said. The “boxer PM” did not stop here, and delivered a punch to the farmers who were seeking a hike in crop MSP as well as a loan waiver. “After this, the people were left bewildered at what this boxer was doing because he had no idea what he had to fight against,” said the Congress chief said.