Jaipur: Mobile internet services have been suspended in Jaipur for 24 hours after two groups clashed over an attack on a bus carrying pilgrims, police said on Tuesday. On Monday night, a communal clash erupted between two communities here at Eidgah road after some people pelted stones at a bus going to Haridwar in front of the Galta Gate on Delhi Road, leaving 12 people injured, confirmed Police Commissioner Anand Shrivastav on Tuesday. Some policemen were also injured in the incident after which the police used tear gas and force to disperse the crowd. Internet services have been suspended for 24 hours and heavy police force has been deployed as a precautionary measure in Ram Gunj, Transport Nagar and Galta Gate areas, said Shrivastav. Meanwhile, police have registered case against 25-30 people but no arrest has been made so far.
Pep Guardiola has urged Manchester City youngsters to seize the opportunity in their game against Burton to stake a claim in the first team.The likes of Phil Foden, Philippe Sandler and Eric Garcia are expected to feature at the Pirelli Stadium having trained with the first-team.However, Guardiola has warned the club’s youngsters they will not be gifted a place in his side and must earn their spot on merit.He told Sky Sports: “I’m pretty sure they are motivated to play in the first team, to play alongside incredible players in competitions and semi-finals. Of course, they are going to be motivated.Mourinho knows why City and Liverpool are so far ahead George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Jose Mourinho knows why Manchester City and Liverpool are so far ahead of everyone else in the Premier League.In an interview with the Telegraph,…“But they have to know how difficult it is to achieve [a place in] the first squad and the first team, not just in Man City but everywhere.“It is a massive opportunity for them to be close to the first team but it is not easy. We don’t give presents because they are nice or something special. It depends on them.“They have to show us, they have to play their level. Wednesday is a challenge for them but I’m pretty sure they are going to play well because they can do it.”
Posted: August 23, 2018 August 23, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Dan Plante Dan Plante, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsIf you know anyone who’s been convicted for marijuana related crimes, this could be good news. Under Prop 64, anyone convicted for possession or selling pot, could have their sentence reduced or completely thrown out.“The California Department of Justice now has to reach out to about 200-thousand people and let them know, they are eligible for reduced sentences”, says Criminal Defense Attorney Jan Ronis.Most people did not read the entire Proposition before they voted. But Prop 64 not only legalized pot, it also reduced pot related crimes, going all the way back to 1975.Problem is, they did not include a “mechanism” to follow through. “This forces the D.O.J. to reach out and contact 220-thousand people, who may eligible’, says Ronis.In some cases, local prosecutors have already reached out. San Diego and San Francisco have reduced thousands of convictions, since the law went into effect.But most cities and counties have not. They simply don’t have the money or resources to track down pot smokers.“So this means the California D.O.J. will now be charged with finding these people and let them know they are eligible for a reduction of sentence. In some cases, charges will be dropped”, says Ronin.The bill forcing the state to follow through has been approved by lawmakers, now it’s up to the Governor to sign it. He has until September 30 to get it done. Marijuana convictions overturned, California officials forced to reach out
3 min read Handyman Ramon “Ray” Gonzales III admits he was living up to his profession’s negative reputation: archaic business practices and scattershot reliability. Six months after launching Hey Ray Handyman in Nashville, Tenn., he was falling behind on trafficking and tracking invoices and estimates, communicating with clients and collecting payments. And he was showing up late for appointments. His makeshift mobile office—consisting of a dog-eared appointment calendar and loose-leaf notebook—wasn’t cutting it. “The way I was running my business was really old-fashioned, and I was losing a lot because of it,” Gonzales says. The fixSearching for a mobile app that could help, Gonzales discovered Breezeworks, an iOS and Android micro-business organizing program. For a monthly fee of $20, the app helps mobile solopreneurs, small-business operators and franchisees (up to 20 users) manage scheduling, appointments, client and internal communications, invoicing, payment processing and bid and job status. In other words, it puts the stuff that all service professionals—from plumbers to photographers to landscapers—see as necessary evils into the one tool that never leaves their side: their phone. The resultsGonzales knew he was onto something good when he received an alert from Breezeworks telling him he needed to be at a job in 45 minutes, and that given current traffic conditions it would take him 32 minutes to get there. “I arrived 10 minutes early, and the guy told me, ‘You’re my handyman from now on,’” he recalls.Admittedly tech-challenged, Gonzales says it took him less than an hour to get up and running on Breezeworks, and only a few days to get comfortable using the program. “It has saved me a lot of stress with handling appointments alone,” he says. “It has literally saved me hours, even days, of work a week with my receipts, my invoicing and my books. It keeps me organized and gives a professional front to my brand that I think really sets me apart from the competition.” A second opinionWith its ability to coordinate, automate and track essential business functions and customer touchpoints in a timely, professional fashion, all via smartphone, a mobile platform like Breezeworks provides an immediate competitive advantage in fields that are “always way behind the [technology] curve,” says Paul Sanneman, founder of Dream Business Coaching in Novato, Calif. Sanneman, who consults with construction contractors as well as other service professionals, believes the hardest part about Breezeworks is getting the tech-averse to change their behavior and actually use it. “If you’re in an industry that’s slow to adopt technology,” he says, “you can leap ahead of the competition for very little money, just by being an early adopter.” March 26, 2015 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals This story appears in the April 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Register Now »