Livestock Feeds Plc (LIVEST.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Livestock Feeds Plc (LIVEST.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Livestock Feeds Plc (LIVEST.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Livestock Feeds Plc (LIVEST.ng) 2020 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileLivestock Feeds Plc manufactures and markets a range of animal feed products in Nigeria which includes feed for poultry, pig and cattle. The company is the dominant brand in animal feeds with an installed capacity of 40 MT/hour single shift and a network of 12 franchise millers. Livestock Feeds Plc was established in 1963 as a subsidiary of Pfizer to provide health and nutritional products for exotic milking cows and hybrid chicken that were being imported into Nigeria. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Livestock Feeds Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Ireland Blyth Limited (IBL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2020 abridged results.For more information about Ireland Blyth Limited (IBL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ireland Blyth Limited (IBL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ireland Blyth Limited (IBL.mu) 2020 abridged results.Company ProfileIreland Blyth Limited is a company based in Mauritius and operates as a subsidiary of Compagnie d’Investissement et de Développement Limitée, since its acquisition in 2016. The company has running activities in the sectors of commerce, engineering, financial services, logistics, aviation, shipping, retail, and seafood and marine where services in the distribution and marketing of products such as frozen foods, pharmaceuticals and wellness products, and medical equipment, as well as offers warehousing and logistics support services are provided. Ireland Blyth Limited also supplies industrial chemicals and equipment, as well as engages in crop protection, agriculture, and irrigation systems, the sale of construction and material handling equipment. The company also provides solutions for electrical installations, refrigeration equipment, power management systems, construction tools, abrasives, and building materials, as well as provides mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fit out solutions. Ireland Blyth Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Main man: Nick Easter was exceptional as Harlequins hit their straps against Leicester Tigers LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS On Saturday, Harlequins looked like the exciting, eye-catching side that tasted Premiership glory in 2012. We analyse what went so right for Conor O’Shea’s men. TAGS: HarlequinsHighlight Indeed it appears so. And Harlequins are climbing the table staying true to their own style, which is all the more refreshing and respectable.Thanks to BT Sport and Premiership Rugby for the match footage. For tickets to the Premiership Rugby Final click here. Rather than a conventional midfield switch, receiver Matt Hopper plays another pass to Brown. As Austin Healy pointed out on BT Sport’s live programme, the point is to lure the fringe defence out of position:Only an intelligent, proactive piece of play from Parling (orange circle), who moves from the guard position on the other side of the ruck to stop Brown, prevents a clean break.Soon afterwards, Leicester were not so lucky:From almost precisely the same structure, Hopper feeds Joe Gray, who sends Easter carrying into the body-guard position. Tom Youngs intercepts him, but strength in contact buys Care enough time to dart onto his shoulder.This screenshot shows how Parling and Ayerza are just too slow to react:O’Shea labelled Easter’s deft offload “out of this world” in his post-match interview. It is worth another look, for sure:Having wrestled the ascendancy, Harlequins – and their Easter-Care axis – did no relent. Here, their No 8 trundles into the Tigers 22 with a powerful carry. Pearce awards a penalty as Salvi infringes.Where it would be so easy to take three points at only 10-9 up though, Care senses weakness and maintains the tempo, linking up with Marland Yarde:Two phases later, Jack Clifford gave more notice of his massive potential by bursting over:Care’s running threat keeps the fringe defence honest and Clifford, pacey enough to have represented England at sevens, exploits the opportunity nicely:Not long after half-time, Yarde got in on the act with a timely try that would have boosted his Six Nations prospects:Easter’s pass into midfield here shows unfussy awareness, essentially handing space to a dangerous strike runner. Then, two pieces of clever semi-obstruction – let’s call it distraction – from Sinckler on the left and Tom Williams on the right help fashion a gaping hole:Sheer speed sends Yarde clear.From here, Harlequins needed to defend for a decent period, but they broke loose at the death to clinch a bonus point:Featuring runners hunting shoulders from depth, this score is Harlequins all over. Brown’s acrobatic assist out of the back of his hand may have won headlines, but Joe Trayfoot‘s effort – delaying until Anthony Allen has overrun his interception attempt – is arguably even more skilful and instrumental in manufacturing the opening.This tighter angle is insightful:O’Shea ‘s last words for the media were simple: “We’re coming.” Last week, one broadsheet billed Harlequins’ clash against London Welsh as a ‘basement battle’. Although undeniably clichéd, the epithet was accurate enough – Conor O’Shea’s team were languishing in ninth place before travelling to Oxford.Over 11 games, their fast-paced approach had not quite clicked. Indeed, for large parts of their 24-13 victory over Welsh a week ago, things remained rather disjointed. However, Saturday’s date with Leicester Tigers finally brought fluidity.On a harum-scarum afternoon at The Stoop, the 2012 champions made a mockery of their position on the league ladder. Fittingly, the man who spurred the result was someone who has been wholly unaffected by his team’s inconsistency. Nick Easter put in yet another gargantuan performance.To borrow a point made recently by Jamie Carragher in reference to his former Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard, we would be going totally crazy about the Harlequins No 8 if he were a recent academy graduate displaying similar form. As it is, in light of Ben Morgan’s dreadfully unlucky ankle injury, there are plenty of calls coming for Easter to make an imminent England return and add to his 47 caps.Whether or not the 36 year-old does receive a phone call from Stuart Lancaster, he will be huge part of his club’s surge during the second half of the season. Certainly, Harlequins were back close to their entertaining, all-action best during a 32-12 defeat of Tigers. Here is how they found themselves.Defence: desperation and breakdown decisionsLeicester seemed understandably confident coming off a rousing triumph over Bath and, with so many quality players amid their ranks, they were always likely to cause problems at certain times. In high-stakes matches between good outfits, momentum shifts are a given – your response to spells on the back foot is what defines you.Graham Kitchener made one fine line-break and Owen Williams fired Leicester into a 9-3 advantage. That said, Harlequins never stopped working or lost a tangible togetherness. Watch this reaction to a Mat Tait run:George Lowe is brushed off initially, but Chris Robshaw – on his first game back after injury – brings down the Tigers full-back. Tait then manages to link up with Geoff Parling and Lowe scrambles back to make another tackle. Ben Youngs is then engulfed.Even though Harlequins are far behind the gain-line, they show work-rate and discipline to retain their structure on the next phase:Fly-half Owen Williams is pressurised and a cross-kick comes to nothing.Captain Joe Marler sets the line-speed here, and he was quietly outstanding all day. This copybook hit on Tom Youngs – among the most effective carriers in this country – stopped the visitors dead:Leicester in general, and their superb openside flanker Julian Salvi in particular, derailed Bath by throwing bodies at the breakdown and disrupting ruck ball. Springbok Francois Louw, so influential this weekend against Wasps, could not get a look in.It was a totally different story this time around. Robshaw reproduced the pilfering that ousted Australia and made himself a total nuisance. His first sniff came when Ben Youngs took a quick tap and raced away:Although Tait does just enough to haul the ball back on this occasion, it isn’t long before England’s skipper forces a penalty out of referee Luke Pearce when Parling is felled by Kyle Sinckler‘s chop-tackle:Leicester enjoyed 55 per cent of possession in the second period, meaning Harlequins needed to soak up some steady pressure. They did so very well. This lineout maul five metres out was halted when Charlie Matthews man-handled his way through bodies and onto Leonardo Ghiraldini.The Italian hooker peels away, but Robshaw dives in and clamps on as he loses his footing:Minutes later, Marler was the beneficiary as Parling found himself isolated. With 67 minutes on the clock, this evidenced the loosehead’s impressive engine and appetite. He is not about to hand over England’s number one shirt:With regard to the Harlequins defence, it is best to finish on one instance from the first half which tied together desire and decision-making. Watch what happens as Williams darts clear and links up with Kitchener:A direct tussle with England incumbent Ben Youngs teased out a wonderful Danny Care display, and this cover tackle on Kitchener is a brilliant intervention. Ugo Monye and Mike Brown then keep their cool, retreating around the back foot to counter-ruck and force the ball loose.Brown regathers and, seeing space in front of him, elects not to kick. The choice is rewarded when Care hits a sycthing support line. It was a neat encapsulation of Harlequins’ attacking effort.Attack: angles, offloads and ambitionExpansiveness and impeccable core skills form the bedrock of O’Shea’s philosophy. Even early on, the hosts set their stall out to fulfill those ideals. Using the full width of the field, this exchange between Care, Easter, Robshaw and Brown – which only ends due to a contentious ruck penalty as Brown enters the wrong side – is characteristic of Harlequins’ attacking intent:Later comes this neat move directed by lively fly-half Ben Botica:
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Threatened with displacement by the relentless development land grabs occurring all around them, residents of a historic Black neighborhood in the midst of Buffalo’s “medical corridor” building boom are fighting back.The Fruit Belt/McCarley Gardens Housing Task Force has been tirelessly struggling for decades to save their neighborhood from demolition and gentrification by bankers and developers.A press conference and rally held on Aug. 5 right in the Fruit Belt neighborhood demanded a community land trust (a nonprofit that holds land in trust for the permanent benefit of low-income residents) to give residents — who are mostly tenants — final control over land use in their own neighborhood. The organizing group intends to grow bigger and stronger and not back off until they win.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
A multi-vehicle wreck that happened on I-20 near County Road 1300 in Midland blocked the west bound lanes of I-20 while an oil spill was cleaned up Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Twitter UPDATE: Westbound outside lane on Interstate 20 near County Road 1300 in Midland has been blocked following a crash that caused a tanker to leak oil.The westbound passing lane has reopened.The westbound driving lane and on-ramps will be closed as a Hazmat crew works to clean up the spill, a Texas Department of Transportation press release said.TxDOT is advising travelers driving that way to use the north service road from Loop 250 to Loop 338.Gene Powell, Odessa District of TxDOT Spokesman, said it’s unknown how much oil was spilled at this time. Powell said it was a 400-gallon tank that spilled, but was unsure if the tank had partitions inside to keep the oil from shifting, which could also mean less oil spilling onto the road.Powell said it’s unknown when the lanes will be reopened. Facebook Previous articleFive things you need to know today, March 7Next articleDAILY OIL PRICE: March 7 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Home Local News I-20 crash causes oil spill, lane closed Facebook ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ Local News I-20 crash causes oil spill, lane closed WhatsApp Twitter 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School OC employee of the year always learning By admin – March 7, 2018 Creamy Fruit SaladSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay
Top Stories[Breaking] Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal Resigns As Judge Of Delhi HC; Set To Take Charge As President, Delhi SCDRC LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 May 2020 11:54 PMShare This – x[Updated]The Central Government on Thursday accepted the resignation tendered by Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal, judge of Delhi High Court with effect from May 30.”Smt. Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal has tendered her resignation from the office of Judge, Delhi High Court, in pursuance of proviso (a) to clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution, with effect from 30 May, 2020″, said…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login[Updated]The Central Government on Thursday accepted the resignation tendered by Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal, judge of Delhi High Court with effect from May 30.”Smt. Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal has tendered her resignation from the office of Judge, Delhi High Court, in pursuance of proviso (a) to clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution, with effect from 30 May, 2020″, said a notification issued by the Department of Justice on Thursday.She joined the Delhi High Court as additional judge on December 15, 2014 and later became a permanent judge on June 2, 2016. Her term as HC judge was till June 20, 2020.She is set to take charge as the President of the Delhi State Consumer Redressal Commission soon.In November 2019, the Union Cabinet had approved her appointment as a member of the Competition Commission of India.Click here to download the notification accepting Justice Sehgal’s resignationNext Story
Top Stories[Breaking] Mumbai Court Again Refuses To Grant Bail To Varavara Rao & Shoma Sen On Medical Grounds In Bhima Koregaon Case Nitish Kashyap26 Jun 2020 9:23 AMShare This – xA special court in Mumbai on Friday for the second time rejected the interim bail pleas filed by 81-year-old activist and poet Varavara Rao and academic 61-year-old Shoma Sen on medical grounds. They had sought bail starting that they were suffering from multiple ailments or comorbidities. The detailed order is yet to be made available.Judge SE Kothalikar heard submissions in support of both…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA special court in Mumbai on Friday for the second time rejected the interim bail pleas filed by 81-year-old activist and poet Varavara Rao and academic 61-year-old Shoma Sen on medical grounds. They had sought bail starting that they were suffering from multiple ailments or comorbidities. The detailed order is yet to be made available.Judge SE Kothalikar heard submissions in support of both the interim medical bail applications and reserved the order in the afternoon session. The order rejecting the bail pleas was passed late in the evening. Previously, Judge Kothalikar had also rejected the same application filed by activist and lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj who also sought bail on medical grounds.Appearing for the National Investigation Agency, Special Public Prosecutor Prakash Shetty opposed the bail applications and submitted that the High Power Committee (HPC) constituted by the State government on orders of the Supreme Court excluded those undertrials/prisoners accused under special enactments like Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, from being released on temporary bail for decongestion of prisons in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.Both, Varvara Rao lodged at Taloja jail and Shoma Sen lodged at Byculla jail, are being provided medical treatment inside the jail and therefore they need not be released.According to the bail applications, Shoma Sen suffers from multiple ailments like osteoarthritis, glaucoma and high blood pressure, whereas the elder Varavara Rao suffers from pre-existing medical conditions like Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension and he was even admitted to a hospital on May 27 after he complained of dizziness and fainted.Advocate Sharif Shaikh appeared on behalf of Sen and Advocate R Satyanarayan for Rao. Both submitted that pre-existing medical conditions make their clients more vulnerable to the deadly coronavirus.At Taloja jail two inmates have tested positive so far and one inmate has tested positive at Byculla jail. They had previously filed applications seeking interim bail on medical grounds but they were rejected. Both the applicants along with eleven others have been accused of having maoist links and inciting the caste based violence near Koregaon Bhima on the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Koregaon Bhima that took place on January 1, 2018. Next Story