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DHSE Kerala Plus One Result 2021: Where And How To Check?

Kerala plus one result 2021: Latest Updates (Representative)

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Kerala plus one result 2021 will be announced soon by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE). On November 24, a DHSE official said the results are ready and will be announced shortly, but not today. Upon release, candidates can check Kerala +1 result at keralaresults.nic.in. “The government will make a phone call regarding the date and time of the result,” the DHSE official said on Wednesday.

Kerala Class 11 Result 2021: Key Points

  • Exam dates: September 24 to October 18
  • Kerala Class 11 Result Date: Not Confirmed
  • Kerala plus one result website: keralaresults.nic.in

To check the results of plus one, candidates should use their role number and date of birth as credentials.




How To Check Kerala Plus One Result 2021?

  1. Go to the official results website of Kerala results — keralaresults.nic.in.

  2. Click on the +1 result link.

  3. Enter the exam roll number and date of birth.

  4. Submit.

  5. Check and download the DHSE Kerala plus one result 2021

The Kerala Plus one exams were supposed to start on September 6 but was postponed and finally started on September 24. This was in response to the Supreme Court ruling allowing the Kerala government to keep Class 11 exams offline.

Given the rising number of Covid cases in the state, the Supreme Court on September 3 suspended the state government’s decision to conduct offline exams for class 11 from September 6. the Supreme Court said.

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Two classic Carlisle restaurants come together as George’s Pizza buys Scalles and plans to close downtown location | Carlisle

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Neither Todd nor Wayne Meals expected Thursday or Friday to be as busy as their signature Carlisle restaurant.

Wayne said Scalles started to get busy around 4:30pm on Thursday and remained busier than usual at lunchtime on Friday.

“There was no end to it. It’s just calmed down now,” he said mid-afternoon on Friday.

The reason? Earlier in the day, Thursday, it spread on social media that Scalles had been sold to the owners of George’s Pizza. That evening, Scalles confirmed the news with a post of his own on Facebook.

Scalles, on York Road and East High Street in Carlisle, is expected to close on December 18 and reopen as “George’s @ Scalles” on January 4.

George’s Pizza will close its downtown location so the two restaurants with a combined 104 years of service can meet in one location, George’s owner Ernie Merisotis said. However, the timeline for the shutdown is uncertain as hundreds of questions are being worked out.

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Merisotis said this is the right move for George’s as it looks set to expand its business.

“Scalles has great food and George’s has great food and you add to the dining room they have that we don’t,” Merisotis said.

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Todd said the liquor license for the restaurant will be sold separately from the restaurant and the Meals family will retain ownership of the building under a lease with an option to buy.

But locals with a hankering for a blockbuster, sub or one of Scalles’ signature soups can’t live without it. The plan is to keep the Scalles menu and integrate George’s pizza, calzones, stromboli and more.

“You can still get the same things — except alcohol — that are on the Scalles menu,” Merisotis said.

Todd said he would be staying “to make sure the Scalles food is made right,” and Wayne, 82, plans to stay as well.

“It will be important to keep the same to keep the company strong,” Wayne said. “If you change that a lot, you risk losing a lot of the clientele.”

Wayne said that over time the new owners can adjust the menu based on what’s being sold, and as a restaurant owner, he knows all about evolving menus.

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scaling history

When Harrisburg Radio Lab left its location on the Harrisburg Pike across from the Army War College, Wayne rented the space to start a restaurant adjacent to his wife’s beauty salon. That was in 1980.

Wayne said the restaurant’s name came from the original idea of ​​letting people build their own subs. The subs would be placed on a scale and the customer would pay based on that weight. Wayne visited a sub shop in New York based on the same premise, but found there were issues with people building subs that ended up being too heavy and more expensive. That store had abandoned the plan and Wayne did the same.

“We steered clear of that and just went with subs and salads and soup,” he said.

The menu has expanded over the years. A customer would make a suggestion that sounded good or a salesperson would name a new item and Wayne would consider it and sometimes add it to the menu.

In 1983 Wayne bought the old warehouse that now houses the restaurant. Built between 1867-1870 by a Carlisle Iron Works partner, the building was used for grain storage until 1946 when JP Bixler & Sons bought it and used it for storage. In 1973 the building was renovated and converted into a store for wood-burning stoves.

For seven years, other businesses, including a sportswear store, a teen nightclub and an office supply store, operated out of the location. In 1990, the Meals family opened Restaurant Scalles in the warehouse. Wayne said the family operated both the York Road and Harrisburg Pike locations until 1995, when the original store closed.

The warehouse restaurant pays tribute to the history of the venue with its decor using old maps integrated into the table tops.

George’s History

World War II veteran George Merisotis moved from Derry, New Hampshire to Carlisle in 1958, at the urging of Ernest Reisinger, a Carlisle businessman and former naval friend.

George bought the Kruger Dairy store in a deal that closed with a handshake. He lived in a small room at the back of the store whose only possessions were a crib, lamp, and Bible.

The store’s interior has changed over the years, from Bible verses on tiled walls and George’s “office” in a back cubicle to the hundreds of donated photographs of Carlisle residents from several decades that now fill the walls.

Merisotis said those photos won’t be thrown away, but they can be kept for a while while he decides what to do with them.

For now, though, the focus is on creating the best of both worlds by bringing two legendary Carlisle companies together.

Email Tammie at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @TammieGitt.

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Delhi’s anti-smog guns to tackle air pollution, says government | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

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The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has deployed 14 Anti Smog Guns (ASGs) to combat air pollution at metro rail infrastructure sites.

The anti-smog guns throw fine mist from time to time to control the possibility of dust contamination of the construction work.

Currently, as part of the Phase 4 expansion and some other construction projects, 12 civil contracts are operational in the national capital.

These state-of-the-art ASGs can spray fine mist up to 70-100 meters. One ASG is considered sufficient for an area of ​​up to 20,000 square meters.

The DMRC said it ensures that the water used for irrigation is free of coliforms, viruses and bacteria.

“For greater impact, high-performance nozzles with droplet sizes from 10 to 50 micrometers are used. With the gradual expansion of construction work, more such ASGs will be introduced to the sites in the coming days,” it said.

The Delhi government imposed a ban on construction and demolition activities in the city in November due to rising air pollution.

“Currently, all construction works, except those that are non-polluting in nature, have been halted in accordance with the relevant guidelines. While the DMRC ensures that all instructions regarding pollution are fully adhered to, these fog guns have been installed as a permanent measure to are used at the sites all year round.Even when there is no construction work going on, Mist Guns prevent the loose soil/soil stored at construction sites from being released into the air, reducing air pollution,” it added.

Traditionally, anti-smog guns have been used in coal and cement factories around the world.

In November 2016, DMRC may have been the first construction company in the National Capital Region to use the ASGs at its sites as a pilot project.

Based on the feedback from the first use of ASGs at the sites, their use was made mandatory in the contract terms for civil contractors in the fourth expansion phase of DMRC.

Even the Delhi government has now mandated the use of ASGs for all construction firms in the national capital to combat pollution.

In this regard, detailed guidelines have also been issued regarding the use of water drops, nozzles.

It is clear that all of northern India, especially the Delhi NCR, struggles with the threat of severe pollution from October to December.

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UFC Vegas 44 Results and Recap: Aldo Dominates Font as Fiziev TKOs Riddell

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(R-L) Jose Aldo punches Rob Font in their bantamweight fight during UFC Vegas 44 on December 04, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

In the main event of the 12-fight stacked card, Font, number 4 ranked bantamweight contender, opened strong but two-time former UFC featherweight champion and number 5 ranked Aldo scored a knockdown in the closing seconds of the first round.

The veteran UFC star gradually stormed forward with leg kicks, knockdowns and ground control over the remainder of the five round bout to once again showcase a legendary feat to secure a unanimous decision win for a future title shot.

After the fight, Aldo said: “This is the new Aldo you see. I trained for this. Everyone thinks I can only go three rounds, I proved I can go five. Rob Font was difficult, but nobody is going to to do.” stop me. I want to be the champion of this division and that’s what I’m working towards.”

In the co-main event, lightweight contenders No. 12-ranked Brad Riddell and No. 14-ranked Rafael Fiziev put in a high-level technically striking performance that was incredibly close over two rounds.

In the final third, Fiziev landed a spinning wheel kick to the head that knocked Riddell down and the referee called the fight to an end.

After the TKO win, Fiziev said: “I love him, he’s a good guy and a really nice person. I’ve learned from him before and today. I’ve waited three rounds for that moment because I know he’s letting his hand fall if he does way.

“There’s one legend here, maybe he wants to fight me: Vince Vaughn!” (Famous actor Vince Vaughn sat in the audience at the UFC Apex Arena.)

Also on the main card, light heavyweight #14 Jamahal Hill jumped over #13 Jimmy Crute with a fantastic KO in just 48 seconds.

Previously, veterans Clay Guida and Leonardo Santos delivered a thrilling back and forth first round, then Guida did the unthinkable and became the first person to subdue the jiu jitsu ace with a naked choke in the back of the second round.

Middleweight Chris Curtis took his second-in-a-row knockout win with stunning punches against Brendan Allen in the second round, while Alex Morono claimed a decision win against Mickey Gall in the weltherweight bout that opened up the main map.

Earlier in the preliminaries, the flyweight fight between Manel Kape and Zhalgas Zhumagulov opened with flaming fists; Kape was able to stay clear-headed and landed punches in bunches for a brilliant first round TKO finish.

Also winning decisions on the preliminary map were William Knight, Cheyanne Vlismas and Bryan Barberena, while Dusko Todorovic, Claudio Puelles and Vince Morales took the wins.


Final Results UFC Vegas 44



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1. Bantamweight Fight: Jose Aldo defeated Rob Font via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46)

2. Lightweight Combat: Rafael Fiziev defeated Brad Riddell via TKO (strikes) at 2:20 of round three

3. Lightweight Combat: Clay Guida defeated Leonardo Santos via submission (naked rear choke) at 1:21 of round two

4. Light Heavyweight Fight: Jamahal Hill defeated Jimmy Crute via knockout at :48 in the first round

5. Middleweight Fight: Chris Curtis defeated Brendan Allen via TKO (strikes) at 1:58 in round two

6. Welterweight Fight: Alex Morono defeated Mickey Gall by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)


Provisional card


1. Middleweight Fight: Dusko Todorovic defeated Maki Pitolo via TKO (strikes) at 4:34 of the first round

2. Flyweight Fight: Manel Kape defeated Zhalgas Zhumagulov via TKO (strikes) at 4:02 in round one

3. Welterweight Fight: Bryan Barberena defeated Darian Weeks by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

4. Women’s Strawweight Contest: Cheyanne Vlismas defeated Mallory Martin by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

5. Light Heavyweight Fight: William Knight defeated Alonzo Menifield by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

6. Lightweight Combat: Claudio Puelles defeated Chris Gruetzemacher via submission (knee braces) at 3:25 of round three

7. Bantamweight Fight: Vince Morales defeated Louis Smolka via knockout at 2:02 in round one

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