QPR got to half-time on level terms at Hillsborough after absorbing plenty of pressure from the home side.Kieran Lee went shot wide early on after being found by Jack Hunt’s cross, and Ross Wallace also went close for Sheffield Wednesday when he fired just over.Rangers had another let-off when Atdhe Nuhiu was just unable to connect with Daniel Pudil’s cross.And Nuhiu was denied by a good save from keeper Alex Smithies after the Owls target man got through on goal just after the half-hour mark.At the other end, Gabriele Angella headed wide from a corner.Angella came in for Paul Konchesky as a part of a defensive reshuffle, while January signing Nasser El Khayati was handed his full QPR debut.Junior Hoilett and Jamie Mackie were dropped to the bench.QPR: Smithies, Onuoha, Angella, Hall, Perch, Phillips, Henry, Luongo, Tozser, El Khayati, Washington.Subs: Ingram, Diakite, Chery, Mackie, Petrasso, Hoilett, Polter.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
After putting students’ union polls on hold for over two years in four State universities, the West Bengal government has allowed the varsities to conduct elections whenever they deem appropriate. A letter in this regard was sent by the Higher Education Department to the V-Cs of Jadavpur University, Presidency University, Rabindra Bharati University and Diamond Harbour Women’s University.
State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian welcomed students from Madison Middle School and Lincoln Elementary to the state Capitol on Tuesday. The two groups of students took part in the 17th Annual Student Technology Showcase, where student teams from around the state demonstrate how technology can enhance teaching and learning for Michigan students.“This is a great example of what can be achieved by our young and innovative students when given the opportunity to explore their interests,” Rep. Kahle said. “It is encouraging to see the commitment and interest demonstrated by these kids. Our community clearly has a bright future ahead.”The event allowed lawmakers, business leaders and other citizens to see first-hand how technology is being utilized in classrooms across Michigan. Categories: Kahle News,Kahle Photos 07Dec Rep. Kahle greets Lenawee students at Student Technology Showcase PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Bronna Kahle visits with Madison Middle School (top) and Lincoln Elementary School in Adrian (below) students during the Student Technology Showcase at the state Capitol.
Russian service provider TransTeleCom, owned by the Russian state railways, now has a TV subscriber base of over 100,000, according to local reports.According to head of access Svetlana Shamzon, the operator now has a TV base of over 100,000 out of an overall broadband base of about one million. The company offers TV services primarily in small and medium sized regional towns. TransTeleCom plans to triple the number of cities in which it is offers services this year and increase its TV base to about 300,000.