DRUMKEEN UNITED NEWS:U14 East Donegal League Result: Lifford Celtic 0 V Drumkeen Utd.2Drumkeen continued on there winning ways with a hard fought win in Lifford on Saturday morning. Drumkeen had a few chances in the first half but could not score.halftime 0-0 In the second half goals from Jerome Duffy &sean Peoples in what prove to be enough to win this game. A good team performance to keep them at the top of this league harder games to come. Lotto Results 17/03/2013.01-05-14-15 1 Winner of €100.00 MA McGinley, Letterkenny Next week’s Jackpot stands @ €1660.00 Your support is very much appreciated.UNDER-10 Friendly Drumkeen utd V Swilly Rovers.Drumkeen u10 played a friendly on Saturday evening against a much stronger and more experience Swilly Rovers. This was the u10 first game and will benefit from the experience. Annual Members Free Draw 3rd May Tickets from M Kelly or any club Member. FOOTBALL: DRUMKEEN UNITED FC NEWS was last modified: March 19th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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) Tags:FOOTBALL: DRUMKEEN UNITED FC NEWS
Gardai in Letterkenny have issued speed warnings to motorists after two cars were caught speeding well in excess of 100kph.The cars were nabbed speeding at both 138kph and 140kph yesterday by the Road Policing Unit at Letterkenny.A spokesman for Donegal Gardai said “Speeding kills. Please take your time on the roads.” The warning comes after a number of people lost their lives on Irish roads over the Bank Holiday Weekend.There were no fatalities thankfully on Donegal’s roads over the weekend.However, two women were injured after their car struck a bridge at Breenagh, Glenswilly on Friday night.Warning as two motorists caught speeding at almost 140kph was last modified: September 9th, 2019 by StephenShare 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)
British officials are set to test India’s reaction to proposals for a new post-Brexit immigration system unveiled in December.Home Office officials are set to meet with counterparts in India next week, as well as others, for discussions on the immigration White Paper unveiled by Home Secretary Sajid Javid last year, said a senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) official.Read it at The Hindu Related Items
Bhopal, Feb 24 (PTI) With an aim to create awareness about special persons, a marathon will be held here on February 28. Over 1,000 persons are expected to take part in the marathon organised by city-based NGO Uddeep Welfare Society. “The main aim of organising this marathon is to create awareness among the people to create sense of equality towards the special persons,” Poonam Shotriya, who was recently awarded by President Pranab Mukherjee as 100 women achievers of the country selected by Union Ministry of Women and Child Development along with Facebook, told reporters here. “We dont want any special treatment, but want people to have sense of equality towards us. If they understand that only, it will be a major achievement,” she added.The marathon is sponsored by social worker Dileep Suryawanshi and Sports Promotion Group Chairman Aruneshwar Singhdeo. “So far we have received over 1,000 entries,” Shotriya said adding the marathon will begin from Polytechnique Square, Ravindra Bhawan and after traversing through Raj Bhawan, Lal Parade Ground, Police Head Quarter (PHQ), Old Fish Aaqurium will culminate at Ravindra Bhawan. PTI MAS LAL NRB AH SSC BAS
Samsung has launched an all-new upgraded version of its recently launched Galaxy Tab A (2016) that brings the Note 7’s trademark S Pen stylus to tablets. To recall, the original Galaxy Tab A (2016) was launched in May earlier this year.The new Galaxy Tab A (2016) is simply the original with a stylus, which means the former also brings along key software elements that the S Pen brings (and supports) to the table, already on the Note 7. The tablet is however exclusive to South Korea for now.Speaking of specifications, the Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen comes with a 10.1-inch display with a 1920×1200 pixel resolution. It is powered by a 1.6GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory which is further expandable via microSD card slot. The tablet runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and supports 4G LTE connectivity. The device is backed by a 7,300mAh battery which is claimed to offer up to 14 hours of battery life on single charge.The Tab A (2016) sports an 8-megapixel camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen has been priced at 489,000 won ($440) in South Korea which roughly translates to Rs 29,227.Samsung is among the select few top-tier companies to openly embrace tablets, even though their market keeps getting smaller and smaller each day. Samsung is aware of the fact. The company, while launching the Note 7 in India, had acknowledged it. It has postponed the launch of Galaxy TabPro S here to an indefinite period of time.advertisementThe Tab S2 has however done pretty well in India, according to Samsung, but still not well enough to call it a success story. The Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen looks like a compelling device on paper, but, whether or not it would see the light of day in India is yet to seen.Also Read: Samsung holds back Galaxy TabPro S India launch, awaits better days for tablets
Constantly at high risk of a terrorist attack, the Delhi Police has proposed to set up a strike-proof, underground control room which will keep a parallel data & communication network ready in the event of an emergency. The proposal came up at a recent security review meeting of top police officers after the terrorist attack on Uri Army base in which 19 soldiers lost their lives.Top-level sources told Mail Today that the proposed bunker control room will be equipped with flash sensors for detection of any nuclear radiation or biological agents decontamination facility and communication system, an indication of city police’s war-time preparedness.COMMUNICATION NETWORK OF POLICE UNDER BUNKER CONTROL”The bunker control room will maintain communication network and data of entire police department. The idea is that in case there is a major attack, this underground PCR will maintain coordination with all the security wings,” said a senior officer, adding that the proposal is at a “very initial stage” but a detailed project report is in the works for approval.A police team is in the process of identifying land for the project and has zeroed in two properties where the bunker can be set up. The police will consult other central agencies, including the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), to set-up the proposed underground control room, the senior officer said.According to the senior officer, the proposed control room will act as a parallel emergency facility which can immediately shift the central operations in case of a terror, including aerial, strike. Delhi Police headquarters which houses its control room at ITO is on the radar of terrorists and any attackadvertisementSTATE OF THE ART FACILITIESThe underground facility will also act as an integrated field shelter in case of attacks by weapons of mass destruction like nuclear, chemical and biological besides strengthening the police force in the city.Police is also planning to create an isolated room which can accommodate over a few dozen people for over a week along with requisite stores, equipment and beds in case of a chemical, biological, radioactive or nuclear (CBRN) warfare. The aim is to build a structure which is completely sealed and has positive air pressure. The shelters have their own source for power, water and sewage disposal.”It should have automatic CBRN warning system with change over facility, electrification including generator sets and fittings, water supply and water disposal, decontamination facility, communication system,” the officer saidSECURED UNDERGROUND NETWORKThe idea to get a secured underground network was discussed during a security review meeting of senior officials after India’s surgical strike across PoK. Security agencies have already placed two missile-tracking radars in Delhi as the first part of a planned effort to give the city a missile attack shield.INDIA’S FIRST BUNKER CONTROLIf the bunker control room idea gets a green signal from Central authorities, Delhi would be the first city in India to do it. A similar proposal was planned by Chandigarh but the project could not see the light of the day. A similar 24×7 underground Police control room is functional at Singapore.DATA SECURED, COMMUNICATION NETWORK ACTIVEAlthough nobody has yet had a chance to study a low-yield nuclear blast but as the threat of terrorist attack or a nuclear strike grows, it is crucial for cities to have contingency plans in place. In case of any mass attacks or natural disasters, this control room will play a crucial role as it will keep all data secured and communication network active. CBRN-protected mobile shelters are made available during key global events including meetings of top leaders as also sporting events like the Olympics and Commonwealth Games. In others nations, including the US and some European countries, safe houses are built for the community near hospitals and schools to guard civilian population.2 FAILED CYBER ATTACKSMail Today last week reported that unidentified persons attempted to access the Delhi Police control room recently but could not break into the hightech system. According to police, a similar failed cyber attack on the control room was witnessed before January 26 this year.Also Read: Amid fear psychosis, border dwellers want bunkers Nuclear proliferation linkages have Pakistan fingerprints: India at UN
NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 16: A member of the Oklahoma Sooners spirit squad waves a flag after a touchdown against the Iowa State Cyclones November 16, 2013 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Iowa State 48-10. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)The 2018 edition of the Bedlam Series takes place this weekend as Oklahoma take on Oklahoma State.The Sooners are ranked No. 6 in the polls and have been dominating opponents with their overwhelming offense.The Cowboys have beaten their previous ranked opponents so far (Texas and Boise State), but lost the following game both times.ESPN’s computer model has released its prediction for the game.ESPN’s computer model believes that Oklahoma are a lock to win. The computer model gives the Sooners a 88.8 percent chance to win this Saturday’s game.A win would put the Sooners on pace to win out the season and the Big 12 title provided they can beat West Virginia.The Bedlam Series has been historically one-sided in favor of Oklahoma. However, the Cowboys have a knack for spoiling things for the Sooners like they did in 2014.The game will be played at 3:30 p.m. EST on ABC.
Another college football head coach has reportedly been fired.We’ve had several head coaching moves over the past week or so, and you can reportedly add ECU to the list of programs making a change.ECU head coach Scottie Montgomery has reportedly been fired.The team is reportedly being informed about the decision now.“9 on your side Sports has learned that ECU will not retain head coach Scottie Montgomery for a 4th season. Team is being informed right now….”9 on your side Sports has learned that ECU will not retain head coach Scottie Montgomery for a 4th season. Team is being informed right now…. @wnct9— Brian Bailey (@bbaileywnct) November 29, 2018Montgomery, 40, has been ECU’s head coach 2016. He was previously an assistant coach at Duke and with the Pittsburgh Steelers.Stay tuned for an official announcement from ESPN.
If your 2014 plans include a lot of travel, we’ve found something you’ll want to put on your holiday wish list—a compact, universal Voyager case produced by Manekibook, headquartered in Prague.Here’s what we like about this traveling companion: it has ample space for two passports, a section for paper money, a slot for three SIM cards and storage for up to 10 credit cards, license or other plastic cards. There’s also an open vertical pocket where you can tuck airplane tickets and other important items.We also love the look and feel of the handmade Italian vegetable dyed leather. It’s definitely an item that will carry you through many travels and adventures.Brothers Oleg and Anton Dumas founded Manekibook in 2009. Other items in their Equinox collection include the Signaller, which is a wallet case for iPhone 5/5s, the Entreprenuer, a case folder for Macbook Air 13″, and the Shturman notebook. Editors’ Recommendations The Best Wired and Wireless Headphones for Travel The 12 Best Laptop Bags for Men Pickpocket Prevention: Don’t Become a Mark While Traveling Taxa Outdoors’ Rugged Mantis Travel Trailer Just Got Even Better The MNML Leather Highlander Travel Bag Makes Short-Term Trips a Breeze
Students from across the province will compete for one of three Minister’s Entrepreneurship Awards of Excellence and a $1,000 grant to support further development of their business idea. “We want to encourage innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit among our youth,” said Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development. “Innovation is what drives progress and these students will lead the way. Their raw talent and drive to succeed are incredibly impressive.” The province has partnered with the Business Education Council to offer students from grades 6 to 12 an opportunity to pitch their business idea, Dragon’s Den style, to a panel of business and education leaders during an event today, April 25, at the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. Students will be chosen to receive an award in each of three categories: Social Enterprise, Technology, and Innovation and Creativity. The 2019 finalists are: “The event last year was a great learning experience,” said Leilia Fraser, Grade 10 student and 2018 Entrepreneurship Award Winner in the category of Social Enterprise. “We learned a lot about how customers are grouped and how to determine our target market.” Three award winners will be chosen from the finalists later today. For more information about the awards go to http://www.novascotia.ca/entrepreneuraward/. Braden Marshall, Lockview High School, Fall River, Halifax Regional Centre for Education. His company is Braden Inc, an e-commerce company that sells baked desserts Lori O’Connell, Amherst Regional High School, Amherst, Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education. Her company is 3 Arrows Vintage and Reworked Clothing, which offers a fashion line using old material Layla Owens, École secondaire du Sommet, Bedford, Conseil scolaire acadien provincial and Mitchell Owens, Charles P. Allen High School, Bedford, Halifax Regional Centre for Education. They have developed Submergency, a device that detects when a vehicle is in danger of submerging and calls 911 for help Madison Crawford, Eastern Passage Education Centre, Eastern Passage, Halifax Regional Centre for Education. Her company is 2 Paws Up Dog Treats which offers specialty gluten-free and all-natural treats for dogs Talia Quinlan, École secondaire du Sommet, Bedford, Conseil scolaire acadien provincial. Her company is Sea Secrets, which offers seashell mulch as a friendly alternative to chemical fertilizers Isabelle MacNeil and Madison Houghton, Ellenvale Junior High School, Dartmouth and Emerson MacNeil and Megan Houghting, Brookhouse Elementary, Dartmouth, Halifax Regional Centre for Education. Their company is Beach Coast which sells hand-crafted polymer clay stud earrings inspired by their love of the East Coast and Nova Scotia beaches Gabriella Stewart, Riverview High School, Coxheath, Cape Breton Regional Centre for Education, who publishes Guillozine, a submission-based monthly art magazine Eric Zhang and Ethan Johnston, Citadel High School, Halifax, Halifax Regional Centre for Education. Their company is BundleBee, an organic, reusable food wrap company Gabriel Baker, West Kings District High School, Auburn, Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education. His company is 3dMEnow which offers customized three-dimension portraits, statues and sculptures