Joint 4th. Robert Lewandowski of Poland is 16/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France 10 10 9. Paco Alcacer of Spain is 25/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France Joint 1st. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal is the joint favourite to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to find out who joins the Real Madrid forward at the top of the betting stakes 10 10 10 10 It’s time to start thinking seriously about the 2016 European Championship finals.Not only which nation is in with the chance of lifting the trophy on July 10th, but the players backed to perform on the international stage.Who, for example, is the favourite to finish with the highest goal tally in France?Michel Platini, formerly of France, holds the record for the most scorer at the finals, with nine in Euro 1984.Could anyone better his tally in the summer?Check out the top 10 forwards’ odds of winning the Euro 2016 Golden Boot by viewing the slideshow above.*Odds calculated as an average based on leading bookmakers’ odds on 2 June 2016. 10 3. Antoine Griezmann of France is 10/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France 10 10 Joint 1st. Thomas Muller of Germany is the joint favourite with Ronaldo to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – who are you backing? Joint 7th. Alvaro Morata of Spain is 20/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France 10. Kevin De Bruyne of Belgium is 28/1 to win the Golden Boot at the 2016 European Championship – click the arrow above, right, to see the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France 6. Olivier Giroud of France is 18/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France Joint 4th. Harry Kane of England is 16/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France Joint 7th. Romelu Lukaku of Belgium is 20/1 to win the Golden Boot at the Euro 2016 finals – click the arrow above, right, to continue seeing the top 10 favourites to score the most goals in France 10
Click here if you’re unable to view the video or gallery on your mobile device. Join us Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for all the live scoring, news and analysis as the Warriors hope to treat the Oracle crowd to a series victory against the Clippers in Game 5 of their first-round Western Conference playoff series.Golden State, which holds a commanding 3-1 series lead over L.A., can clinch a berth in the conference semifinals with a victory. By doing so, it would help the Warriors atone for …
2 October 2003The City of Johannesburg marked Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday on 2 October by unveiling a bronze statue of him in Gandhi Square in the city centre.Earlier this year sculptor Tinka Christopher won the tender to produce the 2.5 metre statue, which she said took her three months of almost non-stop work to complete.“I worked 10 hours each day, seven days a week, to complete the work in time,” she said.The tall statue depicts Gandhi as a young lawyer in his gown, over a suit, with a book under his arm, looking determinedly forward, with the breeze blowing his cloak to one side. He looks into the centre of the square, and on top of a 5m tall plinth, makes for an imposing figure in the space. The plinth has wooden benches positioned around its base, making it people-friendly.Gandhi practised as an attorney at the Johannesburg Law Courts, which were the city’s first law courts, in what was known as Government Square (now renamed Gandhi Square). The courts were in use until 1911 when the Pritchard Street Supreme Court building was built. They were eventually demolished in 1948 and made way for the city’s main bus terminus, which is still functional.Gandhi arrived in South Africa in 1893, and at first practised law in Johannesburg in the early 1900s. But in time he became more active in resistance politics. He was tried at the Law Courts, convicted and sentenced for pass law offences, among them the call to Indians and Chinese to burn their pass books.He left the country for India in 1914, after having shaped and established his policy of “Satyagraha” or passive resistance.Christopher’s other works around the city include a two-children sculpture in Bank City, a fish eagle at corporate offices in Midrand, and a stallion at Toyota’s offices in Sandton.The winning entry was adjudicated by the advisory committee of the Johannesburg Art Gallery. Proposals were received from three other sculptors: Naomi Jacobson, Ben Omar and Maureen Quin.To prevent the theft of the bronze sculpture, an alarm has been fitted inside the statue, and any vibrations will be immediately picked up, and set off a signal to a security company.The statue went up on Monday and was officially unveiled by Mayor Amos Masondo on Thursday. “It fits the space well,” said Christopher with a satisfied smile when the bubble wrap was removed.Eric Itzkin, the deputy director of Immovable Heritage, said he was pleased with how the statue worked out. “I am happy with the final choice.” The City donated half of the cost of the work, and the rest came from private donations.Meanwhile, Tolstoy Farm, 35 kilometres southwest of Johannesburg, on which Gandhi spent some time living a communal kibbutz existence with a small community of 50 adults and 30 children, is to be recreated as a community centre and museum.Source: City of Johannesburg website
Ready to jump into DaVinci Resolve color grading? In this video tutorial, colorist Dan Moran shows off an ideal DaVinci workflow.If you’re feeling intimated by DaVinci Resolve, fear no more. This Resolve video tutorial will walk you through a post production workflow geared toward the Blackmagic user (Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Davinci Resolve). Although Dan covers particulars about working with Blackmagic’s new Cinema Cam, there are plenty of take-aways that can be applied to working with any professional camera system.The DaVinci Resolve tutorial starts by showing the best way to setup your project file and bring your footage into the app. From there Dan digs deeper into working with RAW files, encoding files into an intermediate codec and adding and working with metadata.Finally, you’ll get the basics of color grading in DaVinci Resolve.For anyone interested in the Blackmagic Cinema Camera or Resolve color grading, this is 20 minutes well spent!
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The Rajasthan government’s new flagship Annapurna Milk Scheme for supplying milk thrice in a week to about 62 lakh children studying in the State-run schools is set to increase the burden on teachers, who are already performing a number of tasks in addition to their main work of imparting education.Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje launched the scheme at the Government Model Senior Secondary School at Dahmi Kalan, near here, on Monday, barely five months before the Assembly elections due later this year. The scheme is considered one of the biggest ones initiated by the BJP government. Ms. Raje affirmed at the launch ceremony that the Annapura Scheme would lay the foundation for the State’s happy and healthy future. “Every child in the government schools will get fresh, pure and nutritious warm milk three days a week. This will improve nutritional levels among children and help increase enrolments,” she said.Women’s cooperativesThe Chief Minister said the women’s milk producers’ cooperative societies would be entrusted with the task of supplying milk to schools. “This will ensure good quality of milk, as mothers do not compromise on the quality of their children’s milk,” Ms. Raje remarked.62 lakh studentsUnder the scheme to be implemented with a budget allocation of ₹218 crore, about 62 lakh students in 66,506 government schools will be provided warm milk as part of the mid-day meals. Students till Class V will get 150 ml of warm milk thrice a week, while those studying in Classes VI to VIII will get 200 ml.Teachers of government schools will be involved in the purchase of milk from the milk cooperative societies and distribution to the students. With crucial questions on the flagship scheme’s proper implementation coming up, the Rajasthan Shikshak Sangh (Shekhawat) said while the schools were understaffed, the teachers would be “overburdened” with new responsibilities.“The milk will be served without sugar because no extra budget has been allotted for it. The teachers will be burdened with the additional work of storing and boiling the milk. It will affect the standard of education and may lead to dropout of students,” Shikshak Sangh spokesperson Prakash Mishra said.Perishable itemSince milk is a perishable item and there is an inadequate infrastructure in the schools, the teachers will be unwilling to take on the extra responsibility. Mr. Mishra said the scheme would in fact encourage privatisation of education, as the Right to Education Act was being violated “with impunity” in the State.