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Jaipur, ‘Rajasthan Patrika’ has launched its eveninger, ‘News Today’, in Indore. The evening daily was started off with a print run of 50,000 and it claims to have covered almost 45 per cent of Indore geographically.

The media group hopes to increase the print run to 100,000.

When asked about the slow death of eveningers in the country, Brij Raj Singh, DGM, circulation, ‘News Today’, says,
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“The content of ‘News Today’ is totally different from other tabloids.”

Singh says that the perception that evening newspapers are popular only among commuters emerged because the content of the other papers did not merit it being taken home. With ‘News Today’, Rajasthan Patrika plans to give a new definition to eveningers, different from their earlier ‘one hour read’ image.

‘News Today’ will have 12 pages of local, Indian and international news. Ten of the 12 pages will be in colour. Every issue will have a one page special supplement featuring different issues such as health and education.

The promotion for the eveninger has been intense. The paper claims to have used media vehicles that even a morning paper hasn’t, such as SMSes, painted bus panels, auto rickshaws, hoardings, radio and local cable channels.

As of now, the evening tabloid has editions in Jaipur and Indore. The group may launch it in several other places as well, but no fixed time frame has been mentioned yet for these editions.
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DAVENPORT Funeral services and a Mass of Christian Burial for Patricia A. Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Davenport. Burial will be in St. Ann’s Cemetery, Long Grove. Pat passed away Friday, February 2, 2018, at the Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, Bettendorf.

Those left to honor her memory include her husband of 59 years, Keith; their children, Brian Erickson, Davenport, Colleen (Tom) Maxwell, Reynolds, Ill., and Todd (Kathy) Erickson, Davenport; five grandchildren, Ryan (Courtney) Maxwell,
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Johnston, Iowa, Jacob (Sydney) Maxwell, Reynolds, Brandon Erickson, Davenport, Amber (Carl) Brown, Maumelle, Arkansas, and Katie (Josh) Brightwell, Independence, Mo.;six great grandchildren, Brody, Addisyn, Reese, Ryleigh, Luna and Oliver; her brothers in law, Mark (Barb) Erickson and Tom Erickson, all of Davenport. She was preceded in death by her parents.
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The I 235 Off Broadway project in Oklahoma City needed another week to warm up for the big production of moving the new BNSF railroad bridge into place over the interstate. Engineers had called off last weekend’s planned installation of the 4 million pound steel bridge until wind forecasts are more favorable. The closure is now tentatively planned for Jan. 26, but this date is also wind dependent. 50th Street. Friday, Jan. 26, as all lanes of the highway are scheduled to be closed for an extended weekend from south of I 44 to N. 36th Street. to allow for engineering to take place. Tuesday, Jan. 30, but potentially could open earlier.

Drivers will need to use I 35, I 40, I 44, SH 74/Lake Hefner Parkway and Lincoln Blvd. during this closure. However,
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even this planned closure date will be weather dependent for safety reasons, and possibly could be delayed until more favorable conditions arrive.

Due to their size and weight, it will be a slow and steady operation to move the two bridge spans into place taking up to a full day per span. The bridge structures will be hoisted up on self propelled mobile transporters and inched along the highway into their new position over the interstate. This is the first time this bridge moving technique is being used in Oklahoma, allowing the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to schedule short closures of the highway during the more than two year interstate widening and reconstruction project.

“In recent years, Oklahoma is using additional innovative techniques to keep interstates and highways open to traffic with shorter closures whenever circumstances allow,” said ODOT spokeswoman Terri Angier. “So far, this is the largest project in ODOT history and this part its most defining milestone.”

Allen Contracting Inc. of Oklahoma City recently proposed combining the two weekends for the new railroad bridge installation into a three day closure.

“By allowing the contractor to consolidate this work into a three day weekend closure, the public will benefit by fewer full interstate closures through the remainder of the project,” said ODOT Division 4 Engineer Brian Taylor. “We now anticipate completing the work with up to four full closures instead of the six originally allowed for in the contract. If we can accomplish the work safely with fewer closures,
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The shape, speed and content of internationalisation of higher education in China will depend on a number of factors, including, for example, the level of commitment from the highest ranks in government, the interest of foreign students and the nature of the motivation within higher education institutes throughout the country.

If the volume of the discussion has anything to do with it, you cannot escape the conclusion that in China internationalisation of higher education is on a fast track. In just the last weeks of 2014 there were big and small conferences on the subject.

The ninth Confucius Institute Conference was held on 7 December in Xiamen in Fujian province. Over 2,000 decision makers and participants representing Confucius Institutes and partner institutions from China and worldwide gathered at the conference.

Its agenda was to consider developments over the next 10 years. There are presently 475 Confucius Institutes and 851 Confucius Classrooms in 126 countries worldwide, with about 3.5 million students having registered over the past 10 years.

The Confucius Institute’s charter is to promote Chinese language and culture abroad. The current estimate is that there are about 100 million Mandarin learners around the world.

Over the first 10 years of the Confucius Institute about 100,000 teachers, volunteers and managers have been involved in Institute activities and have helped to train about 200,000 Mandarin teachers in more than 100 countries.

On 12 December there was a large conference in Beijing on both outgoing and incoming mobility in China. The conference was attended by hundreds of leaders, decision makers and practitioners at central and local administrative and institutional level.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for more government activity to enhance talent acquisition to achieve national rejuvenation.

There is no doubt China joined the race for talent quite some time ago, but the country wants to move things up another notch.

The conference in Beijing called for the government to improve service to foreign students in China to enhance international friendship and exchange. It also presented a clear call for the enhancement of a sound environment in which returnees could flourish both in terms of innovation and entrepreneurship, both key elements in a knowledge economy.

Since 1978, when the country started its reform and opened up, China has sent some three million students overseas. Presently, there are some 360,000 international students studying in China.

Apart from these big conferences, there were also smaller meetings in a number of places in China.

An international round table discussion was held at Tongji University in Shanghai on 12 December.

Participants felt a critical development could be China’s expansion of its stock of potential world class universities from the current 39 “985 project” universities to an even larger number in six years’ time.

This was promoted as one way to get international students out of the classrooms learning Mandarin and into other disciplines fuelling China’s drive for innovation.

Jiang Bo is vice president at Tongji University in China and Robert Coelen is professor of Internationalisation of Higher Education at Stenden University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

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Dozens of teenagers from four Oxfordshire youth centres turned out to at a public meeting at Oxford Town Hall to call on the county council to scale back proposals to axe funding for 20 youth centres.

Instead council bosses plan to rely on seven ‘hubs’ tackling teenage pregnancy, drug use, school exclusion and youth offending. The proposals will save 4.2 m over four years.

Matty Yallop, 16, from Carterton, helped organise Thursday’s meeting, attended by teenagers and youth workers from Wolvercote, Eynsham, Carterton and Witney.

He said: “Young people accept there have to be changes but we don’t understand why another service for non vulnerable young people is being taken away.

“Prevention is better than a cure. Youth centres work with young people to keep them out of trouble.”

Nicky Wishart, 12, from Eynsham, formed the Save All UK Youth Centres Facebook page, which has 2,000 members.

He said: “There will probably be people on the streets, drugs, and things like that. I think the council realise that but don’t think it is a priority.”

Mr Yallop claimed Eynsham county councillor Charles Mathew “stormed out” of the meeting.

Mr Mathew said he had spent considerable time working to find a solution to the situation in Eynsham.

He said: “When the presentation had finished I did get up and asked them if they were going to explain the efforts being made to ensure the future of the youth club.

“I didn’t storm out, I was shouted down and I was told my question was not being answered and I left. I didn’t come to the meeting to hear a negative point of view.”