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Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell might report next Monday

Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell might report next Monday

Sports
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has not appeared at practice yet, but he hinted when he will arrive. Bell has told some of his teammates that he will report on Monday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. That means Bell would get back to work on Labor Day. Bell has not yet signed his tender, and the deadline to sign a multiyear deal passed in July. Monday would be the first day of practice of the week leading up to the Steelers' regular-season opener against the Cleveland Browns. Last year, Bell reported six days ahead of the team's first regular-season game, so it appears he will follow the same schedule this year. He arrived a few days before his first practice in 2017 to take a physical, and it is unclear whether he will do that again this time. The Steelers ...
Guidelines on Inter creditor agreement next week

Guidelines on Inter creditor agreement next week

Finance
MUMBAI: As many as 32 banks and financial institutions have signed the inter creditor agreement (ICA) representing 85% of the credit exposure, Venkat Nageswar Chalasani, member of the Sunil Mehta committee formed to look into the resolution of stressed assets said. Guidelines on these agreements will be out by middle of next week, he said. The ICA, a recommendation of the Sunil Mehta committee, aims to deal with bad loans that banks must resolve before the end of this month end following Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) February 12 circular. The agreement is an attempt to speed up the resolution of stressed loans and says that if 66 per cent of lenders by value agree to a resolution plan, it would be binding on all lenders. The dissenting creditors will, however, have the option to sell...
No ATM to be replenished with cash after 9 pm from next year

No ATM to be replenished with cash after 9 pm from next year

Finance
No ATM will be replenished with cash after 9 pm in cities and 6 pm in rural areas from next year even as two armed guards will accompany crisp notes in transit as per a new directive issued by the Home Ministry. The deadline for putting money in the ATMs located in Naxal-hit areas is 4 pm while private cash handling agencies must collect money from the banks in the first half of the day and transport notes only in armoured vehicles. In a notification, the Home Ministry said the new Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) would come into effect from February 8, 2019 in view of the spurt in incidents of attacks on cash vans, cash vaults, ATM frauds and other internal frauds leading to increased sense of insecurity. There are over 8,000 privately owned cash vans plying across the country, operat...
Next Star Wars to use unseen footage of late Carrie Fisher

Next Star Wars to use unseen footage of late Carrie Fisher

Entertainment
The late Carrie Fisher will feature in the next Star Wars movie using unseen footage recorded before her death, writer and director JJ Abrams has said. Star Wars: Episode IX begins filming on Wednesday at Pinewood Studios and will include returning cast members Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega and Lupita Nyong'o among others.Withnail & I and Gosford Park actor Richard E Grant and British actress Naomi Ackie have joined the cast.The role of Leia Organa will once again be played by Fisher in the ninth film, using unreleased footage from the 2015 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens to draw her character's story to an end.Fisher - who found international stardom as Princess Leia - died aged 60 in 2016 after finishing work on The Last Jedi, following a heart attack on a Los ...
Is this how next generation of RAF jets will look?

Is this how next generation of RAF jets will look?

Technology
A concept model for a new fighter jet has been unveiled by the British government at the Farnborough International Air Show. Named Tempest, the jet can be either flown by a pilot or operated remotely.The aircraft is the beginnings of work on the next generation of combat aircraft which will eventually replace the current Typhoon jets.That won't happen until 2035 at least but the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced an initial £2bn for further research."We have been a world leader in the combat air sector for a century, with an enviable array of skills and technology, and this strategy makes clear that we are determined to make sure it stays that way. Image: New aircraft will replace the current Typhoon jets ...