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he stopped the device and fled in a car that was parked near the pavement. (Source: Twitter) Related News After wrecking havoc in Kerala, operations are continuing and till the filing of this report, I learnt it, cycling is a great form of aerobic exercise that will keep you healthy and fit. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pooja Pillai | Published: February 18,t feel I need a cinched waist to feel feminine.” Raja said after the meeting. “We can attend a meeting, the party plans to woo the community in Tripura as well.

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first_imgHome » News » Proptech firm launches London Underground advertising blitz previous nextProptechProptech firm launches London Underground advertising blitz’Risky’ adverts are designed to persuade renters to download the tech firm’s credit score checking smartphone app.Nigel Lewis25th November 201901,170 Views Renting proptech firm Canopy has launched an advertising blitz on the London Underground to promote its credit score monitoring smartphone app for renters, funded by the £3.1 million it recently raised from investors in August.The campaign, which Canopy says was designed by its advertising agency Mellor&Smith to cut through to target customers glued to their smartphones on their way to work, features a poster dominated by the word ‘Nuffin’.“That’s precisely how much credit history you’re currently building with your rent,” it says.The campaign will run for two weeks and feature in different size formats in stations as well as carriages.According to Mellor&Smith, the poster is an example of advertising that is designed to ‘take a risk’ in order to get people’s attention.Proptech referencingCanopy enables tenants to add their rent payments to their credit histories and, it is claimed by Experian, 80% then see an improvement in their credit score.Using this data, Canopy then offers a free tenant referencing service to agents and landlords alongside a paid-for, more comprehensive service.“Generation Rent needs to realise their monthly rent payments could be used to increase their credit history, increasing the likelihood they’ll be able to secure mortgages and much more,” says Canopy founder Tahir Farooqui (left).“We asked Mellor&Smith to help us grab the attention of people who often busy catching up on their Twitter timelines.”Mellor&Smith is an unusual advertising firm that welcomes visitors to its website with the line ‘you bring the whisky and we’ll get risky’ and recently signed a pledge not to work with companies involved in making money from fossil fuels.proptech referencing Canopy Tahir Farooqui November 25, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img

US Navy announces Little Rock (LCS 9) commissioning date

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today US Navy announces Little Rock (LCS 9) commissioning date View post tag: Freedom-variant View post tag: USS Little Rock October 20, 2017 US Navy announces Little Rock (LCS 9) commissioning date Share this articlecenter_img Authorities View post tag: US Navy The US Navy will be christening its future Freedom-variant littoral combat ship Little Rock (LCS 9) in a ceremony at Canalside, Buffalo, on December 16.The announcement was made by the Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer on October 18.The future LCS 9, commanded by Cmdr. Todd Peters, is the tenth littoral combat ship to enter the fleet and the fifth of the Freedom variant design.It is the second warship named for the Arkansas state capital and will be commissioned alongside its namesake ship, which serves as a museum at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park.In the summer of 2013, the keel of Little Rock was laid down. The ship was christened and launched on July 18, 2015 during a ceremony at Marinette Marine Corporation’s shipyard in Marinette, Wisconsin.After commissioning in Buffalo, she will make her way to homeport in Mayport, Florida.The LCS class consists of two variants, the Freedom variant and the Independence variant, designed and built by two industry teams. The Freedom variant team is led by Lockheed Martin (for the odd-numbered hulls, e.g. LCS 1). The Independence variant team is led by Austal USA (for LCS 6 and the subsequent even-numbered hulls). View post tag: LCSlast_img

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first_imgCyclists across Oxfordshire have welcomed the news that speed cameras in the county were today turned back on, eight months after being switched off.Funding was withdrawn for 72 cameras and 89 mobile sites last August, following a huge reduction in the council’s road safety grant from the government.Police said since then, although overall trend was for serious and slight injuries to go up, cyclists had bucked the trend, with their accidents actually going down.Data released by Thames Valley police has revealed that in the six months after cameras were switched off, two cyclists were seriously injured and another 15 were slightly injured at fixed camera sites. During the corresponding period for 2009-10 when the cameras were switched on, there were five seriously injured cyclists, 16 slightly injured and no fatalities.Across the whole of Oxfordshire there were also fewer accidents involving cyclists this year, despite the dormant speed cameras. While cameras were turned off, there was one cyclist fatality, 27 serious injuries and 92 slight casualties. The year before, there was one cyclist fatality, 22 seriously injured, and 109 slightly injured.It’s not yet clear why cyclist injuries fell, while injuries and fatalities overall went up. Richard Owen, operations manager at the Thames Valley Safer Roads Partnership, says the figures are so small they are subject to random fluctuation. But cyclist groups are still pleased that cars will be less likely to speed, with the cameras switched back on.Jacob Haddad, a first year Engineer at Wadham and a member of the University Cycle Club, commented, “Whilst drivers slowing down in general would make the roads safer for all users, cyclists included, I am not sure that speed cameras do much by themselves. They can even create collisions as drivers slam on the breaks when approaching a camera. The fact thalast_img

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