Arsenal’s forward Alex Iwobi has revealed that Sporting was lacking in composure in their Thursday night match, adding that the club deserves credit for being very compact and difficult to break.“We have to give credit to Sporting because they were very compact and they made it difficult for us, but maybe that composure was lacking a bit today,” Iwobi said via official club’s website.Discussing about the red card after Aubameyang found himself through on goal, he continued:Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It’s a bit sad, especially when you’re seeing Pierre running and he’s so fast that we knew he was going to get there, but I guess it was a smart challenge from Mathieu, but it was unfortunate for us and we were unable to get the goal.”While also talking about Wolves at the weekend and aiming to finish top of the group, Iwobi concluded:“We will go again and start analysing Wolves and that’s not going to be an easy game because they’ve been doing well this season, so onto the next one.”
12 smart doorbells to watch over your front stoop 13 Photos Smart Home Gadgets Video Cameras Security Tags These devices sound like they’d come in handy and would do a good job at deterring theft. What are some other reasons you’d use them? Maybe you don’t want to walk all the way to the front door just to find out your visitor was a solicitor. Maybe you have mobility issues. Or maybe you want to catch creeps like this guy. There’s a wide array of reasons and a wide array of smart doorbells to choose from.So we want to know: Do you own a smart doorbell already? Has it paid off? Have you caught a thief in the act? If so, please share! If not, do you find yourself wanting one? What features are you looking for? If you don’t want one, how come? Check out the poll below and cast your vote to answer these questions and more. If you’d like to explain your vote further, please join us in the comments.Check out previous installments of CNET Asks here, and cast your votes on a wide range of topics. If there is a particular question you’d like to see asked, or if you’d like a shot at being featured in a future edition, join us at CNET Member Asks and submit your topic idea. Share your voice 1:58 Now playing: Watch this: Read more: 7 smart doorbells that make screening visitors oh-so easyRead also: Netgear adds a smart doorbell to its Arlo home security lineup I was taught as a child not to open the door to just anyone and I still think that’s a good rule. And now there’s a device that makes it easier than ever to keep strangers out. The smart doorbell concept is simple: Someone rings the bell or approaches your door and you get a push notification to your phone — which then shows you a live video of your front step. Some smart doorbells allow you to chat with your visitor through your phone and a speaker inside the buzzer. Some allow you to unlock your door from your phone. One of the most important features is the motion-activated camera, which can help guard against would-be porch pirates who could be after your deliveries. Comments 17 Things to consider when choosing between brands (other than cost) include the live view resolution, the latency between doorbell and push notification and the two-way audio. You can check out our list of smart doorbells and their respective features here. CNET Asks 9 smart doorbells to try now
Kolkata: The state government has set up a committee to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.The committee was formed on April 18. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is the chairperson of the 46-member committee. The state government has taken a set of decisions in the first meeting of the committee, that was held on Monday.Members of the committee, including MPs Sudip Banerjee and Subrata Bakshi, minister of state for Health Chandrima Bhattacharya and Chief Secretary Malay De were present in the meeting, headed by the Chief Minister. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsVice-chancellors of Calcutta University, Rabindra Bharati University, Presidency University and Jadavpur University were also present in the meeting. There would be a permanent chair in the name of Gandhiji in Calcutta University. The university would take the final decision in this connection soon.De said: “There is a Gandhi Bhavan at Beliaghata. Though at present it is maintained by the state Public Works Department (PWD), steps have been taken to completely take over the structure. Proper renovation of the structure will be undertaken, maintaining the heritage of the building. It will be done following discussions among committee members.” Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedHe further said: “This year on October 2, a programme will be organised at Gandhi Bhavan.” The state government will plan the detailed programme accordingly. Some decisions regarding the celebration, have been taken. Based on the philosophy of Gandhiji, elocution and essay competitions will be held in schools, colleges and other educational institutions. The step has been taken to spread the messages of Gandhiji among people, the youth in particular. A booklet named as “Father of the Nation”, containing speeches of Gandhiji on different issues including communal harmony, national integration and patriotism, will be published on his birthday on October 2.”Since East Midnapore has a rich history of the freedom movement, the state government is looking into the formalities to name the university there on Gandhiji,” he said, adding that at the same time, the universities in the state will also organise programmes to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.Presidency University has a centre on Gandhian awareness, where they will organise seminars and symposiums in this regard.
Kolkata: With Bengal standing fourth in the country in terms of listing of companies in BSE SME platform, the Mamata Banerjee government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), to create awareness among Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) entrepreneurs in the state, about benefits of Initial Public Offer (IPO) listing.It may be mentioned that till now, 18 companies from Bengal have been listed. The number is expected to go up by another 10 to 15 in the next six months. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeWith the 18 companies, Bengal stands as the fourth ranking state in the country to get companies listed to BSE, after Gujarat, Maharashtra and Delhi.Moreover, two companies from Bengal have gone to the main board from the SME platform.In the State MSME Conclave, the MoU was signed with an aim to spread awareness among MSME entrepreneurs about the benefits of listing. As per the MoU, the state Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and Textiles department, in collaboration with chambers of commerce and industries, business associations and BSE, will take up hand-holding workshops and seminars to create awareness. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedApart from getting listed to the SME platform, there will be further encouragement in tapping domestic capital markets to leverage alternative options for access to capital for expansion and growth and gain visibility at the national level. BSE will provide intellectual and manpower support in such awareness programmes.Understanding the importance of MSME enterprises for the growth of the country’s economy, BSE had launched the SME platform in March 2012 and at present, BSE SME is having a market share of 70 percent. Ajay Thakur, Head of the BSE SME platform, said: “The awareness about the benefits of listing on SME exchange is less. There has been a myth that only large companies can get listed. Bengal being the largest hub of SMEs, will benefit immensely because of this MoU, which will facilitate the SMEs of the state in coming on BSE SME Platform and raise funds, which will further help them in unlocking their value, help in marketing and brand building. This will also help in creating strong balance sheets and increasing transparency in the company.”At the same time, there are around 6 companies in the SME platform of National Stock Exchange (NSE), which have also had an MoU with the Bengal government on Tuesday. The number of companies to get listed to the SME platform of NSE is also expected to increase in the next few months.
Kolkata: Rod Hilton, the Australian Deputy High Commissioner, said on Thursday that among the various states which are said to be the main focus of Australia, Bengal occupies the top preference.He took part in an interactive session at the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Thursday afternoon.According to Hill, Bengal is of special importance to Australia in sectors like mining, resources, education, infrastructure, start-ups and tourism.Australia will be opening its fourth Consulate in India when it starts one in Kolkata end of this year or early January next year. The goal is to lift India among the top three export markets and make it the third largest destination for outward investments ($100 billion by 2035). Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeEfforts of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to make the state a preferred business destination seems to be paying off as the Bengal Global Business Summit 2019 is likely to see a strong presence of Australian companies. This was revealed during a recent visit to Australia by the delegation of The Bengal Chamber of Commerce of Industry (BCC&I). Australian interest in Kolkata and Bengal received a big fillip after a report “An India Economic Strategy to 2035: Navigating from Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedPotential to Delivery” commissioned by the Australian government, was released to the public on July 12, 2018. The delegation from The Bengal Chamber had an extensive meeting with Tania Constable, CEO of MCA, the apex body of Australian mining companies, in the Australian capital Canberra. At the meeting, the BCCI was represented by past president CS Ghosh, newly elected president Indrajit Sen and Director General Subhodip Ghosh.