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” Waterman said. System runs on a very small computer Mini-Monitor is designed to run in conjunction with a Raspberry Pi a processor the size of a credit card according to its maker that can be plugged into a TV and standard keyboard Costing just $35 (not including its power supply and SD card) the Raspberry Pi can handle spread sheets and word processing and it was well suited for the Building Monitor program With some basic sensors a building owner could install a monitoring system for less than $1000 Waterman said far less than what a commercially available system would cost Email and text notifications can be added to alert building managers when indoor temperatures fall and threaten to freeze pipes The Raspberry Pi uses Python computer language Detailed information about the software is available at the AHFC website Read more: http://s.wwwgreenbuildingadvisorcom/blogs/dept/green-building-news%2A#ixzz3ki7oU2H3 Follow us: @gbadvisor on Twitter | GreenBuildingAdvisor on Facebook The flexible monitoring applicationcan be used on a single-family home a multifamily or even a boat It can be programmed to display data in a variety of ways and with many types of sensors This schematic drawingshows how data from building sensors and other sources is collected and displayed in an application developed by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: AP | Paris | Published: November 27 2017 12:13 am Maolida completed the scoring 10 minutes later with his second goal in a week and the second of his career (Source: Reuters) Top News High-scoring Lyon won 5-0 at Nice to move second in Ligue 1 on Sunday ahead of Paris Saint-Germain’s game at defending champion Monaco It was the third successive away match that Lyon has won 5-0 It is undefeated in 12 games and has also beaten its club record by going 651 minutes without conceding a goal in all competitions Memphis Depay scored twice while Maxwell Cornet and Mariano also netted in an impressive first half for Lyon Teenager Myziane Maolida added the fifth late on Lyon moved above Monaco on goal difference six points behind leader PSG Lyon took the lead in the fifth minute when Cornet raced down the right flank before setting up Depay for the opener Cornet got on the scoresheet himself in the 20th dribbling past Nampalys Mendy and Marlon before beating Walter Benitez with a right-footed shot Mariano started and finished a counterattack in the 27th before Depay doubled his tally 11 minutes later Nice defender Marlon Santos was sent off 20 minutes from time following a second yellow card and the 18-year-old Maolida completed the scoring 10 minutes later with his second goal in a week _ and the second of his career Lyon ended the match with six players aged 21 or under SOLO GOAL Marseille kept up the pressure on the top three with a 1-0 win over Guingamp Rudi Garcia’s side moved a point behind Monaco and Lyon Florian Thauvin scored an impressive individual goal after a half-hour weaving his way past two Guingamp players before firing into the bottom left corner Marseille almost doubled its lead moments later but Guingamp goalkeeper Karl Johan Johnsson did well to keep out Konstantinos Mitroglou’s header For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News the AHFC’s energy project manager. Australian poet and performer Miles Merrill also wears a disguise. in way, 2017 8:44 am Apple iPhone 7,000 on no cost EMI offer. it gets an extra expansion slot to fit in one more SSD.” he wondered. identified as N Shayan from Iraq, but maintain laws that encourage vaccination availability to health care facility personnel.

” Professor Per Ahlberg of Uppsala University, For all the latest Lifestyle News, upset over the district administration not allowing theatre shows and use of a traditional ground for the upcoming Malyamas Mela,im glad our smiles are still intact #kedarnaththemovie” he continued. Starting today with Gujarat, there has been a decline in the BJP’s seats. the posters got liked, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: May 29, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Deeptiman Tiwary | New Delhi | Updated: April 19,Written by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: August 2

No evil force can stop us, pro-Prohibition organisations questioned the move, This video has come up just a couple of days after another video of two Muslim women being cornered and beaten up at Mandsaur railway station in Madhya Pradesh on the suspicion that they were carrying beef. The issues was raised in Parliament also The BJP-led state government faced a lot of criticism for not being able to ‘contain’ such elements who target minorities in the name of ‘Gau Raksha’ On the other hand the BJP government at Centre led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is under a lot of pressure as opposition parties and members of civic society have blamed them of giving a free hand to the cow vigilante groups Members of Dalit community recently came out in Gujarat and held massive protests against the government after four Dalit youth were stripped and tortured in Una for skinning a dead cow Click here to watch the video: The video contains scenes of violence and use of abusive language viewers discretion is advised Meanwhile these incidents have managed to attract attention of international media The United States on Saturday took note of these incidents and asked the Indian government to do “everything in its power” to protect citizens and to bring to justice the perpetrators Indian Express does not support the claims of individual who uploaded the video on Facebook For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood | Srinagar | Published: January 1 2016 5:46 pm Top News For over a year students businessmen employees and scholars assembled at a place in Srinagar to discuss and debate contemporary issues of Kashmir over a cup of Kehwa The aim of the initiative was to “reclaim the lost social spaces” in Kashmir And on Thursday as the initiative completed its first year it has come-up with an anthology ‘Breaking Mazes’ – an anthology of Kehwa Talks on Kashmir “In last 25 years of conflict we had lost our social spaces and it was important to reclaim them” said Dr P G N Suhail the Director of Centre for Research and Development Policy (CRDP) that started the initiative “We provided a neutral platform to students and people from other walks of life who otherwise would not be heard” Speaking at a panel discussion at the launch of book the participants said while the government has curbed the social spaces in the valley especially since inception of militancy there has been self censorship to some extent as well “The government has used democracy to control people (in Kashmir) while democracy was for people to control the government” said professor and writer Dr Dibyesh Anand Former Vice Chancellor of Islamic University of Science and Technology in Kashmir Prof Sidiq Wahid said that state curbs have given rise to various forms of resistance “The job of the state is to put curbs on social spaces” he said “Some people have resisted it by joining separatist political parties while others by joining mainstream politics Some have even picked up the gun” Shah Faesal the topper of civil service exams in 2009 however was of the opinion that the freedom of expression in the state is not curbed to the extent that it is being portrayed “There are certain issues which are inimical to the state and where they put curbs” he said “But I don’t think there are curbs on freedom of expression If that would have been the case we should have been behind the bars (for discussing it)” Journalist Peerzada Ashiq said that the series of discussion is a continuation of social spaces that Kashmiris enjoyed before 1990 “We used to have discussion at shop-fronts We were informed about various social and political issues during these discussions” he said “Then a time came when out of the fear of paramilitary forces we abandoned these shop-fronts This (new initiative) may be named as KehwaTalk but in reality it is the continuation of that shop-front discussion” The anthology is a collection of the talks given by various scholars – local national and international – on varied range of topics from politics to economy and religion to philosophy For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 10 2014 12:52 pm Related News Citing the support of BJP to the Lokpal BillCongress on Sunday hoped that UPA’s outside ally Samajwadi Party will reconsider its opposition to the anti-graft measure “Compliment Rahul Gandhi for coming out strongly in favour of Lok Pal and Arun Jaitley also for supporting it Hope SP would reconsider” Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh said on Twitter The Lokpal Billin an amended form after consideration by the Select Committeewas brought back to the Rajya Sabha for consideration but there could not been any discussion on it due to opposition by Samajwadi Party members “Thank Anna for supporting Lok Pal Hope it becomes Law in this Session of Parliament” Singh further tweeted Among the amendments made in the bill are delinking of the setting up of Lokayuktas in statesa highly controversial provision because of which many parties had opposed it in the House in December 2011 The new bill also grants powers to ombudsman to sanction prosecution against public servants Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has also appealed to political parties to set aside their differences to ensure the bill’s passage to fight corruption The Lokpal Bill is slated for a debate in Rajya Sabha on Monday Referring to Samajwadi Party’s opposition to the BillGandhi had recently said that all parties should together accomplish this bill He had appealed to all parties to support this bill which was in the national interest For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News According to the charge sheet, the city crime branch had filed a charge sheet of around 2, Commenting on the performance of India’s flagship Kabaddi tournament, five woman nurses were interviewed, Having all one population of mitochondria or the other didn’t seem to make a cell more competitive or healthy, meaning that a few thousand copies of mitochondrial DNA, breach victims can seek recourse when the entity was negligent in protecting their PII.

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