The parade of veterans is a time honoured tradition. In Ottawa and other communities across Canada, one year;s march looks very much like the previous year;s. But over time, this distinguished group changes. Veterans of more recent conflicts join in, while the ranks of older veterans thin out.On the 11th day of the 11th month the veterans speak to us in classrooms, in ceremonies, in interviews. It s an extension of the duty they assumed when they joined Canada s Armed Forces. They fought to protect this country, and after the fight was over, every year they tell the next generation what it was like, describing the truly harrowing nature of their experiences so that we might avert war in the future.
IN 2016 THE World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Britain to be officially free from measles, a highly infectious illness that killed about 110,000 people around the world in 2017. The success was short lived. After 991 infections were recorded in England and Wales in 2018, the WHO revoked Britain s disease free label.Cases of measles are rising in many countries, fuelled in part by conspiracy theories claiming that vaccines given to children cause autism (they do not). Anti vaxxers have long used internet forums and social media to spread their nonsense. Matt Hancock, Britain s health minister, would like to see that stopped. In March he said that internet giants such as Facebook and Google should have a duty of care to their users, putting them in the same legal position as schools or doctors. If firms would not stop the spread of anti vaccination messages voluntarily, said Mr Hancock, he would consider changing the law to force them to do so.
In 2014, seven buffaloes were stolen from the well protected farmhouse of Azam Khan, a powerful minister in the erstwhile Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh. A massive manhunt was launched and sniffer dogs were employed to retrieve the bovines. The buffaloes were eventually found, but not before three policemen were suspended for dereliction of duty".A startling revelation" by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader might make Khan wonder whether the frantic chase for his buffaloes was worth the effort and the sweat. Dilip Ghosh, BJP s West Bengal chief, has said that desi (native) cow s milk contains gold, as it s yellowish in colour. Ghosh, who trained as a fitter at an industrial training institute, also offered a physiological reason to back his claim. He said that Indian native cows have a hump on their back, which is embedded with Swarna Nadi" (a golden artery or vein), and when sunlight falls on the hump, it produces gold.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today criticised the BJP over the protest by the Delhi Police, saying the force has been converted into a "political entity" and works like an "armed wing of the BJP", while its basic duty of maintaining law and order takes back seat.
Chelsea star Callum Hudson Odoi wants to add goalscoring to his game after returning from international duty.
England stars feel more empowered than ever to bravely take the fight to the bigots.
The Blues prepare for the Newcastle clash where they eye a fifth win on the bounce in all competitions while Jorginho has stated he is open to moving back to Italy in the future.
The midfielder limped off the pitch after being on the receiving end of a challenge from Tottenham s Ben Davies during Sunday night s 1 1 draw with Wales.He was replaced by Luka Modric after failing to return to the pitch for the second half, adding another international concern for Blues boss Frank Lampard.
The Blues have battled the injury bug all season, with a whole host of important players forced into periods on the sidelines for various reasons.
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has scored an emphatic goal for Belgium against Kazakhstan today to remind manager Frank Lampard what he can do.The Blues ace has not seen a great deal of action at Stamford Bridge so far this season, but remains a quality player who could surely have more of a role to play this season.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga may be best known for his shot stopping, but it seems he is pretty good at taking shots at goal too.The Spaniard is currently away on international duty with his national side, as Spain prepare for European Championships qualifying group stage matches against Norway and Sweden over the next few days.
And it will be England duty this week for the promising striker with games against Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Call of Duty: Mobile has had an impressive launch, attracting millions of players and skyrocketing to the top of the Android and iOS charts. But despite its popularity, players have been suspicious of AI and botting.The game pits players against each other in a multiplayer environment in both the normal and battle royale mode. If AI or botting was a factor, though, it would spoil the balance of the game. A server side AI could easily replace players, squashing the player base and creating an uneven experience.
Both these games are looking to draw on an element of realism to some degree while giving you a blend of intense combat, variety and differing gameplay modes and massive multiplayer action.
If you don t know, back in July, Tencent launched GameLoop which is an official emulator on PC that allows players to download and play a select number of mobile games on their computer using a mouse and keyboard controls. It launched with support for mobile PUBG and has continued to get updated, with new games being added to the service as they launch.
Call of Duty: Mobile players were no doubt dominating when using a controller to play the game, unfortunately Activision has ruined that portion of fun. Controllers for Call of Duty: Mobile have now been disabled.
Activision Blizzard announced today Call of Duty: Mobile has surpassed 35 million downloads less than a week after its launch.The mobile version of Activision Blizzard s hit shooter franchise launched on October 1 for Android and iOS. According to Activision Blizzard, it achieved this milestone faster than any other first or third person shooter on Android or iOS. On Wednesday, mobile industry analyst Sensor Tower reported that Call of Duty: Mobile was at 20 million installs.
Call of Duty: Mobile, the first person shooter gamer developed by Tencent Games owned TiMi Studios, has surpassed the mark of 35 million downloads on Android and iOS combined, publisher Activision has announced. The new downloads record follows the 20 million installs that were reported within two days of the launch of Call of Duty: Mobile that debuted at the beginning of October. The early achievements are quite enthralling for the mobile game that comes under Activision's popular Call of Duty series. However, its latest update has invoked criticism among gamers since it has disabled controller support.Activision has touted that Call of Duty: Mobile is ranked as the number one on the App Store in more than 100 countries worldwide. The game supports both iPhone and iPad models alongside Android devices.
While it;s not surprising to see some buzz about the recently released Call of Duty: Mobile game, it is eye opening to see just how popular the game has become in such a short time.Call of Duty: Mobile has surpassed 20 million downloads and $2 million spent on microtransactions, according to mobile app data website Sensor Tower. Additionally, Sensor Tower reported on Oct. 1 that the game had become the top free app in the United States on the App Store.