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The Masters tee times and final round pairings: Rose with Leishman, leader Matsuyama with Schauffele, Finau, MacIntyre and Spieth in the mix

The Masters tee times and final round pairings: Rose with Leishman, leader Matsuyama with Schauffele, Finau, MacIntyre and Spieth in the mix

Sports
The 2021 Masters is heating up nicely with England’s Justin Rose firmly in the battle for the famous Green Jacket. It’s just seven months since Dustin Johnson blasted his way to glory in Augusta with the 2020 tournament having been rearranged to November due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Rose is looking to claim glory at the Masters Now, the historic championship is back in it’s traditional April date and the golfing world is ready for another classic. Rose has been superb over the opening two rounds but has fallen behind Hideki Matsuyama who shot a 65 on Saturday to take a four-shot lead into the final day. A number of top names are in the mix as we head into Sunday’s action but the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka missed the...
CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

Finance
CRMNEXT has been recognized as the 'Dream Company to work for' and the Best IT Employer in Platform as a Service (PaaS) category by the Times Ascent at World HRD Congress 2021. CRMNEXT is a leading global banking and insurance digital transformation and customer experience platform. It has to its credit the largest banking CRM implementation globally with over a million bankers and a billion customers managed on its platform. The award is a testament to CRMNEXT's exceptional working environment that empowers employees to push their boundaries with a holistic care and work enablement ecosystem, innovative technology stack and continuous learning model to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Times Ascent World HRD Congress is the largest HR event in the world, with over 1800 profession...
Spitting cobras have evolved the same venom three different times

Spitting cobras have evolved the same venom three different times

Science
Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Evolution has yielded tremendous biodiversity, proof that there's no one right answer. But occasionally, life's challenges inspire the evolution of the same solution -- over and over and over again. According to a new survey of spitting cobras, published Thursday in the journal Science, the deadly snakes have evolved the same instantly painful venom on three different occasions. Advertisement This example of convergent evolution, scientists argue, offers proof that spitting cobras evolved their venom for defensive purposes, undermining theories that snakes exclusively develop venom for predation. All spitting cobras use a similar delivery mechanism to spray venom at distances of up to eight feet. The snakes aim their instantly-painful venom at the eyes of potentially thre...
Migrant caravan on the move in Honduras in uncertain times

Migrant caravan on the move in Honduras in uncertain times

World
Honduran migrants began walking toward the Guatemalan border before dawn, driven by deepening poverty and the hope of a warmer reception if they can reach the United States borderBy CLAUDIO ESCALON Associated PressJanuary 15, 2021, 8:08 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleSAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras -- Honduran migrants began walking toward the Guatemalan border before dawn Friday, driven by deepening poverty and the hope of a warmer reception if they can reach the United States border.They quickly dispersed along the heavily-trafficked highway to the border town of Agua Caliente, but estimates of their number ranged from 2,000 to more than twice that. Around 4 a.m., young men and entire families carrying sleeping children set out. Some quickly caught rides while ...
Greggs warns of tough times for ‘foreseeable future’ as it plans cuts

Greggs warns of tough times for ‘foreseeable future’ as it plans cuts

Business
Greggs has warned that trading will remain "below normal for the foreseeable future" as it plans cost-cutting measures that could see jobs go.The high street bakery chain said sales were recovering but were still almost 25% below last year's levels in recent weeks, following an even tougher August. Live updates on coronavirus from UK and around world 'Majority of Gr...