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Google Pay Get a New Multi-Coloured Icon to ‘Evolve’ and Reflect GPay’s Recent Changes

first_img“For many in India, GPay is effectively a replacement for the physical wallet and everything in it – cash, bills, cards, tickets, etc,” wrote Sengupta. He noted that the digital payment service had recently enabled NFC payments with credit cards and introduced the ACE credit card with Axis bank. The new Google Pay icon is meant to reflect these changes, he said, and the evolvement of digital payments in partnership with the Indian ecosystem.While the new design doesn’t effectively convey that the icon belongs to an app for digital payments, it fits well with Google’s minimalistic look and is in line with the tech giant’s recent changes to icons.Mi TV Stick vs Fire TV Stick Lite vs Mi Box 4K vs Fire TV Stick 4K: Which is the best budget streaming device for TVs in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – Google has started rolling out a new, multi-coloured icon for the Google Pay India app. A Google executive noted on Twitter that the new icon is meant to reflect the recent changes the app had undergone. He added that icons, like products, need to evolve. Google had recently introduced new icons for many of its apps and services, including Gmail and Google Workspace products — a move that hasn’t been too popular among users. The new Google Pay icon hasn’t rolled out for all users yet, but will likely be available to a wider audience within the next few weeks.Google Pay executive Caesar Sengupta addressed the new icon for the app on Twitter. He said that GPay today was a lot more full featured than when it was launched as Tez (in 2017). Users can now pay each other, the vegetable seller, pay bills, trade stocks, and even ‘virtually travel around India.’- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Pillar starts City spree with £180m deals

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Gov. Wolf, Administration Denounce Trump Administration Rollbacks of LGBTQ Protections, Calls for Long Overdue State Action

first_img Equality,  Hate Crime,  National Issues,  Non-discrimination Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and his administration today denounced the recent Trump Administration rollbacks of multiple protections for LGBTQ individuals, calling for long overdue state action to end this abhorrent discriminatory track record.“As the federal government goes backwards, it is past time for Pennsylvania to protect our LGBTQ citizens,” Gov. Wolf said. “Increased protections for members of the LGBTQ community in Pennsylvania are long overdue and desperately needed to push back against the Trump Administration’s track record of increased discriminatory policies and protection rollbacks. I urge the General Assembly to advance protections for the LGBTQ community by passing comprehensive non-discrimination and expanding our hate crimes law to protect LGBTQ citizens.”The Trump Administration’s most recent policy rollback includes no longer recognizing gender identity as a definition of sex in civil rights protections under the Affordable Care Act. The Obama-era protection allowed for gender identity to be included under “sex” as a means of non-discrimination. After multiple lawsuits challenging the definition, the Trump Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in its rationale for the proposed rollback determined that Congress does not understand “sex” to include gender identity.Just days before the proposed health care rollback against transgender individuals was announced, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced a proposed policy that would allow homeless shelters and federally funded housing facilities to refuse service to transgender individuals.“We must be vigilant in ensuring that LGBTQ Pennsylvanians, especially those most at-risk for health challenges, housing insecurity and homelessness, are protected from discrimination,” said Todd Snovel, Executive Director of the PA Commission on LGBTQ Affairs. “These roll-backs are disturbing as they threaten to abandon communities that already face significant barriers in affirming health care, housing, and access to public accommodations.”“These actions by the federal government threaten the very health and well-being of some of our most vulnerable citizens,” Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said. “The continuous attacks on the rights of transgender Americans, from serving in the military to their very health care, must stop. Gov. Wolf has shown that protecting the rights of all Pennsylvanians is essential to our continued success and prosperity — the federal government should do the same.”In light of these announcements, The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) reminds citizens that, under 2018 guidance, it will investigate sexual orientation and gender identity-related discrimination cases under the protected class of sex discrimination.Chad Dion Lassiter, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, added, “We look forward to a day where discrimination is a distant memory, but for now PHRC will continue to investigate complaints related to LGBTQ discrimination under our 2018 guidance allowing us to do so.”Across the country, there has been an alarming trend of violence against LGBTQ citizens, especially transgender women of color. Gov. Wolf and the Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs denounced these actions and called on the legislature earlier this month to protect LGBTQ Pennsylvanians from violence amid a sustained increase in these heinous crimes and to advance LGBTQ civil rights and hate crime protections.“We have made progress to establish equality and non-discrimination in Pennsylvania,” Gov. Wolf said. “But it’s not enough and we remain behind our neighbor states. We must act now to end hate crimes, to protect all Pennsylvanians, including the LGBTQ community. Espousing hatred and discrimination are not who we are as a commonwealth, a community, or human beings.”Learn more about the fight to end LGBTQ discrimination in Pennsylvania. May 28, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Gov. Wolf, Administration Denounce Trump Administration Rollbacks of LGBTQ Protections, Calls for Long Overdue State Actionlast_img read more

Euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke risks ban

first_imgThe Australian 25 March 2014Euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke is facing a third inquiry that could lead to his being barred from medical practice, after a complaint that he promoted euthanasia for social reasons, such as not being able to play golf. The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency received the complaint after a lecture by Dr Nitschke at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital pain management unit in Perth. AHPRA has given Dr Nitschke until the end of this week to respond to the February complaint from one of the doctors at the hospital expressing concern “about him promoting euthanasia for ‘social reasons’. These reasons include reaching a certain age, not being able to play golf, and grief at the death of a spouse,” the complaint said and noted that Dr Nitschke “actively promotes assisted suicides/euthanasia”.It is the third complaint against Dr Nitschke being considered by AHPRA. The watchdog has launched investigations into complaints he tried to import the sedative nembutal to use as a sleeping pill for a terminally ill patient and set up a sham beer-brewing company, Max Dog Brewing, to import nitrogen cylinders capable of being used for suicide. The first inquiry is looking at claims Dr Nitschke tried to “facilitate the supply of the unapproved medicine, pentobarbital sodium”. The second inquiry is into Max Dog Brewing, which is advertised on euthanasia websites as able to provide nitrogen tanks, which are compatible with plastic bags used for suffocation. read more

Bulldogs Middle School Football Teams Post Shutouts Over Golden Bears

first_imgThe 7th grade Bulldogs won a defensive struggle against Shelbyville 8 – 0.After a 0 – 0 halftime score, Batesville scored on their first offensive play of the second half on a 51 yard run by Trey Peters. RJ Powell ran in the 2 point conversion.The defense was led by Connor Roleson who had an interception and a fumble recovery. Also playing well on defense was Damon Grieshop, Jeremiah Lemmel, Adam Longstreth and Ben Schebler.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tony Gausman.The Batesville Middle School 8th grade football team traveled to Shelbyville on Thursday and defeated the Golden Bears 6-0.It was a scoreless defensive struggle until Seth Gausman scored on a quarterback sneak in the 4th quarter.The entire defensive unit played well for the Bulldogs but were led by strong play from linebackers Jacob Cruse, Marshall Kinnard and Sam Bowman. Drew Kiefer also had an interception and Ethan Meyer and JT Linkel each had a fumble recovery.It was the second straight shutout by the Bulldogs who are now 2-1 on the season.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Clay Kellerman.last_img read more

Barca, Real Madrid battle for Osimhen

first_imgRelatedPosts Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter Napoli Coach: Osimhen young lad with old brain Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Barcelona and Real Madrid will reportedly lock horns for the signature of Lille forward Victor Osimhen in this summer’s transfer window. The 21-year-old has been in impressive form for his French club during the 2019-20 campaign, scoring 15 times in 31 appearances in all competitions. According to Le10Sport, both Barca and Madrid contacted Lille during the January window to discuss the possibility of a midseason move. Neither club were able to complete a deal for the Nigeria international, but the report claims that the Spanish pair will battle for the attacker’s signature at the end of the current season. Osimhen scored twice in five Champions League group-stage appearances earlier this season, including a goal against Chelsea at the start of October. Lille will be in a strong position when it comes to any potential negotiations, though, as the former Wolfsburg youngster is signed to the Ligue 1 side until the summer of 2024.Tags: FC BarcelonaLe10SportReal MadridVictor Osimhenlast_img read more

First Day of School in Broward, Tragedy for one PBC School

first_imgBroward Sheriff Gregory Tony says the new Real Time Crime Center allows deputies to monitor surveillance feeds in real time from over 200 schools and administration buildings. The technology was installed in January in response to the mass shooting last year at Stoneman Douglas High School. Students in Miami Dade County head back to school next Monday the 19th.And it is day three for Palm Beach county students where yesterday there was tragedy.The school year starts with tragedy at Dwyer.— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) August 14, 2019 A student from William T. Dwyer Community High School passed away yesterday following a medical emergency according to the Palm Beach School District.An email was sent to students and staff members at the school informing them of the tragedy at the Palm Beach Gardens school. Today is the first day of school for students in Broward county and BSO deputies have a new high-tech tool to keep them safe as they return to class today. Tomorrow is the first day of school in Broward County – let’s make it safe and successful. When driving in neighborhoods or school zones, watch for young people and be sure to observe and obey all speed limit signs.— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) August 13, 2019last_img read more

Egypt, Morocco Renew Magreb Rivalry in Gabon

first_img“I was very lucky to work with Côte d’ Ivoire and we share the same spirit. But now I have to continue and try to take Morocco far,” he said after the win over the Elephants.“We are not favourites to win the tournament, there are better teams than us. But we are still in it.”Egypt, meanwhile, secured their berth in the last eight by topping Group D, with a 1-0 win over Ghana on Wednesday underlining both their pedigree and potency. Added to a goalless draw with Mali and 1-0 win over Uganda, they were worthy winners of their pool.Hector Cuper’s Pharaohs have yet to concede a goal in the tournament and look more than capable of going all the way to the final, even though their attack has yet to really ‘click’.In head-to-head stats, Egypt and Morocco have met in 26 previous matches according to FIFA’s statistical database. The Atlas Lions have 13 wins compared to just two for the Pharaohs, while 11 matches have been drawn.The teams’ last meeting in the AFCON finals was in the 2006 edition in Egypt, where the hosts drew 0-0 with their North Africans rivals in a group stage clash in Cairo.Key PlayersEgypt – Mohamed SalahAfter a couple of quiet games early in the tournament, Mohamed Salah sprang to life in Egypt’s 1-0 win over Ghana, scoring the only goal of the game from a brilliant free kick. The Roma attacker will hope his goal sparks a run of form that carries the Pharaohs to more Afcon glory.Morocco – Youssef En-NesyriA key source of creativity and attacking thrust, Youssef En-Nesyri has been a key figure for Morocco thus far in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. The 19-year-old forward has one goal to his name (the third in the Atlas Lions’ 3-1 win over Togo in the group stage) and he will be looking to add to his tally in this quarterfinal.Head-to-Head – Egypt v MoroccoEgypt FIFA ranking: 35Morocco FIFA ranking: 57Matches played: 26Egypt wins: 2Morocco wins: 13Draws: 11Egypt goals scored: 13Morocco goals scored: 30Last match: 24 January 2006 in Cairo – Egypt 0-0 MoroccoShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The North African derby between Egypt and Morocco at Stade de Port-Gentil will complete the Africa Cup of Nations quarterfinals. The teams will meet tomorrow nightwith kick-off at 9pm CAT.Morocco bounced back from an opening defeat to DR Congo in Group C to finish as runners-up thanks to successive wins over Togo (3-1) and defending champions Ivory Coast (1-0). The latter saw coach Herve Renard eliminate the team he took to glory two years ago.The Frenchman’s pedigree – he has two AFCON winners’ medals, having also taken Zambia to glory in 2012 – has seen Morocco become one of the favourites to win the tournament in Gabon, but the coach has dismissed this out of hand.last_img read more

EPL: Mourinho’s United Paid More Money than Champions City

first_imgIn total Premier League clubs received £2.42bn, £2.1m more than last season.Jose Mourinho’s United was shown live on UK television 28 times this season, the same number as Liverpool and Arsenal, with City screened 26 times.A club’s total payment is made up of UK broadcast revenue – of which 50% is shared equally between clubs, 25% is shared based on the number of live UK television matches, and 25% is based on league position – central commercial revenues and international broadcasting revenues.City received £38.63m for winning the league, £1.93m more than second-placed United.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Manchester United earned slightly more money than champions Manchester City from the Premier League last season, despite City’s record-breaking campaign.United, who finished second, received £149.77m, £328,491 more than City.United was paid more because two more of their matches were shown live in the UK – which meant their facilities fee was £2.26m higher.last_img read more