first_imgFurther to the recent closure of the Central Library in Letterkenny due to water damage, the downstairs section of the library is now open to the public.The Central Library at LetterkennyHowever, the Research and Local Studies section remains closed until further notice.Donegal County Council has thanked people for their help understanding during the closure since last week. For further information on Library services in Donegal visit www.donegallibrary.ie or follow us on facebook. WELL ‘WATER’ YOU KNOW – LIBRARY RE-OPENS AFTER FLOODING was last modified: July 17th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cenrtal LIbraryre-openslast_img read more

San Jose Sharks top Chicago Blackhawks in Radim Simek’s return

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSAN JOSE — Perhaps it was just a coincidence that the Sharks came up with arguably their best defensive performance of the season on the night that Radim Simek returned to the lineup.Whatever the reason, the Sharks will gladly take the two points .Patrick Marleau scored in his 800th consecutive NHL game and goalie Martin Jones made 19 saves as the Sharks beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2 on Tuesday to snap a …last_img

CHSE Odisha +2 Science Result 2019 declared, check result at orissaresults.nic.in

first_imgCHSE Odisha +2 Science Result 2019: The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has released Odisha Board +2 Result 2019 or Odisha Board Plus 2 Result 2019 on the official website. The candidates who appeared for the exam can check their CHSE Plus 2 science result 2019 at orissaresults.nic.in. This year, a total of 3.69 lakh students sat for CHSE Odisha 12th examination among which 99,000 students from Science.CHSE Odisha +2 Science Result 2019: How to checkGo to the official website of the board, chseodisha.nic.in or orissaresults.nic.inClick on the link ‘CHSE Plus 2 Science Result 2019’Enter all the credentials required in the provided fieldClick on submitYour result will be displayed on the screenDownload the same and take a print out for future useREAD: Sports University in Patiala to be operational from September 1Odisha Board Plus 2 Science Result 2019 via SMSHere’s how candidates can check CHSE Odisha Results 2019 science:Apart from the official websites, students can also check their CHSE Odisha Board result via SMS by typing RESULTOR12roll number and send it to 56263.CHSE Odisha +2 Science Result 2019: Last year statistics for Odisha Class 12th Science ResultLast year, the CHSE Odisha Science Result was declared on May 19 and Arts, Commerce Odisha result 2018 was out on June 9.In 2018, Odisha Plus 2 Science pass percentage was 76.98. A total of 19,561 students have obtained first division, 24,164 students got the second division, and 28,968 students secured third division.About CHSE OdishaThe Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha is the School Board that monitors, manages and regulates the Higher Secondary Education in the state. CHSE Odisha was founded in the year 1982 with the goal to standardize the higher secondary education in the state.advertisementRead: CHSE Odisha 12th Result 2019 Live Updates: + 2 science result to release today at chseodisha.nic.in, orissaresults.nic.inlast_img read more

PM Calls On World Leaders to Commit to Consolidation of Peaceful Coalitions

center_img Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, has called on world leaders to “commit to the consolidation of peaceful coalitions”.“What better occasion than this Summit to do just that,” the Prime Minister told the world leaders, as he delivered Jamaica’s Statement to a United Nations (UN) Nelson Mandela Peace Summit, held today (September 24), at the UN Headquarters in New York, to mark the centenary of Mr. Mandela’s birth.“Let that be our legacy in his honour,” the Prime Minister emphasised.Mr. Holness underscored the forum’s importance and timeliness, “at a time of heightened global concern about hostility and conflict within some of our societies”.He stressed the relevance of the Summit’s focus – Global Peace – especially “with some regimes focused on the use of might, rather than the protection of right”.“The centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth provides space for us, as world leaders, to affirm the need for healthy and meaningful dialogue to engender peace, reconciliation and communal accord, principles that Mandela would very much wish us to promote on this occasion,” the Prime Minister said.Mr. Holness said these goals are not easily achieved without significant sacrifice from leaders, pointing out that “no one understood this more than Nelson Mandela”.He noted that Nelson Mandela understood, throughout his long walk to freedom, that full freedom could only be achieved if he left bitterness behind.Mr. Holness also used the occasion to underscore Jamaica’s proud and strong leadership role in driving efforts to dismantle the apartheid system in South Africa. “We were the first country in the Western Hemisphere and second in the world, along with India, to ban trade and travel with the racist regime,” he added.The Prime Minister is in New York leading Jamaica’s delegation to the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly, where he will deliver Jamaica’s Policy Statement on Thursday (September 27).Accompanying the Prime Minister is Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith.last_img read more