WILMINGTON, MA — Below are the real estate transactions in Wilmington that occurred from April 17, 2019 to April 23, 2019:Address: 2 King StreetPrice: $685,000Buyer: Dylan & Taylor SempleSeller: Samuel & Siddhi ChhoengDate: 4/19/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 16,000sfAddress: 6 Leonard LanePrice: $900,000Buyer: Shonna & Jonathan ScalfaniSeller: Kenneth & Jill ChisholmDate: 4/19/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 35,401sfAddress: 44 Nathan RoadPrice: $925,000Buyer: Peter & Lauren HaistSeller: Andrew & Nancy BarrDate: 4/19/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 60,871sfAddress: 4 Seneca LanePrice: $672,500Buyer: Srujith & Nikhlia KudikalaSeller: Kevin & Barbara MurrayDate: 4/17/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 25,000sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Wilmington Real Estate Transactions (Week of August 13, 2019)In “Business”
Defending champions Australia start off their campaign to regain the world title against a relatively weak opposition in Afghanistan at Bristol on June 1. However, the Afghans have done enough in their brief ODI history to make the Aussies and every other team wary. They have a trump card in the form of Rashid Khan whose success or failure may well decide the course of the match.When and where to watchBeing the second match of the day, this contest will begin at 1:30 PM local time and 6 PM IST. It will be telecasted on Star Sports 3 and streamed online on Hotstar. PreviewA lot of people are interested in this match, but not because of what is expected to happen on the field. The curiosity relates to the kind of reaction David Warner and Steve Smith are expected to get when they make their return to international cricket, that too, in front of an English crowd.When Steve Smith scored a hundred in a warm-up game, he got booed by the people in attendance. While some English players have requested the fans to not be so uncharitable, the English crowds are known to have a mind of their own.But looking at the match, Australia should record an easy win. Their batting order was looking quite solid even before the re-emergence of Warner and Smith. Aaron Finch scored heavily in the last ODI series of his team while Khawaja has been pumping out runs with great prolificacy since the 5-match rubber in India.Now the question is: Where will Warner bat? He is bound to be in top-3. Smith would come at no. 4 and by his century in the practice game has proven that he hasn’t lost his value in ODI cricket. Shaun Marsh and Glenn Maxwell might be next with Alex Carey finishing off the top-7. However, if Australia want a seamer as their fifth bowler, Marcus Stoinis may get in.The bowling would consist of Mitchell Starc, the hero of the last World Cup with his deadly speed and yorkers, and Pat Cummins, one of the very best in the World. Whether Aussies pick two spinners or one depends upon the nature of the wicket. If there is a bit of dryness, both Adam Zampa and Nathan Lyon would play. In case only one is needed, it will be tough to choose between Zampa and Lyon as both have done well. The former gives away runs but picks up wickets while Lyon is great for controlling the game through accurate bowling. The comeback of David Warner will be something keenly watchedDaniel Kalisz/Getty ImagesFor the third seamer’s spot, there are three options: Nathan Coulter Nile, Jason Behrendorff and Kane Richardson. None of the three have set the stage on fire but could be good as a partner with Cummins and Starc.On the Afghanistan side, the hopes would rest on Rashid Khan. But he won’t be alone among spinners. Mohammad Nabi and Mujeeb Ur Rahman have been good in recent times. A collective effort would be required from all of them. The pace bowling department of Afghanistan would be followed closely to see how Hamid Hassan, making a comeback into the team does. Among their batsmen, hopes are high from Hazratullah Zazai, a dashing, aggressive batsmen who has played some great knocks in T20 cricket. The likes of Hashmatullah Shahidi and Asghar Afghan are also expected to rear up the Afghan innings. But they will have their task cut out against the Cummins and co.Essentially, we are looking at an easy win for the 5-time world champions. But who knows, there may be a surprise in store. The hope for Afghans lies in Rashid’s bowling. If he can bamboozle the batsmen in this match, they will have an opprtunity, if not, it’s a foregone conclusion. Players to watchDavid Warner: Away from international cricket for more than a year, Warner doesn’t seem to have lost his great ability. After performing well in the IPL, he might want to make a big statement in the World Cup.Hamid Hassan: When Afghanistan first appeared on the international scene in the 2010 World T20, Hassan was the most impressive performer. He could bowl genuinely fast, reaching speeds up to 140/kph+. It would be interesting to see if he has maintained that pace.Predicted XIsAustralia: Aaron Finch (C), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (WK), Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell StarcAfghanistan: Mohammad Shahzad (WK), Hazratullah Zazai, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Asghar Afghan, Najibullah Zadran, Rahmat Shah, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib (C), Rashid Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rehman, Hamid Hassan
Indian budget carrier GoAir has announced it will expand its fleet size by March 2017. With an aim to expand its fleet size, the carrier also said it would recruit 500 crew members, including pilots.The Mumbai-based carrier said it plans to induct five new aircraft to its fleet, which means the airline will have a fleet size of 26 aircraft to fly overseas by next year. “We will expand our fleet by up to 26 aircraft by the end of March next year. We need to build up for the expansion that we are going for. Every aircraft (inducted) needs 100 increase (in manpower) approximately. So we will naturally hire,” Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, GoAir’s CEO, was quoted as saying by Press Trust of India.The expansion of the fleet would automatically result in hiring employees. At present, GoAir has about 2,300 employees. Schauer went on to explain that for every new aircraft the carrier requires about 14 pilots (to conduct smooth operations). Hence, for five new aircraft, GoAir aims to hire about 70 pilots. The Wadia group-owned airline has 21 aircraft in its fleet at present, which includes Airbus A320s and A320neos.New OrdersEarlier this month, GoAir reportedly received the government’s approval to fly overseas to nine countries. Some of the countries include Iran, Uzbekistan and Kazakhastan. In June, GoAir signed deal for 72 Airbus A320 neos at the Farnborough International Airshow in the U.K. The deal is estimated to be about $7.73 billion, Livemint reported.Five years ago, the budget carrier had placed an order with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus for 72 new A320 neo aircraft valued at about Rs. 32,400 crore on list price.IPO ListingGoAir is soon planning a stock market listing, just like its competitors InterGlobe Aviation (IndiGo airlines), Jet Airways and SpiceJet. Talking about the airline’s impending Initial Public Offering (IPO) debut, the CEO said the listing would happen at the right time.”We are preparing ourselves (for the IPO). Its a question of timing, it is about the right timing. We are not in a hurry. We will wait for the right timing. We want to be well prepared. There are many things which we need to look at (before going to stock exchange),” Wolfgang Prock-Schauer was quoted as saying by the agency. Market ShareIndia, currently the fastest-growing civil aviation market in the world, reported yet another month of double-digit growth in passenger volumes in July. The domestic carriers flew 85.08 lakh (8.5 million) passengers last month. GoAir recorded a market share of 8.4 percent in the month of July.
Rajnish KumarYoutube screenshotIndia’s largest bank — State Bank of India (SBI) — on Friday reported a 37.7 percent drop in its net profit for the quarter ended September due to higher provisioning for its bad loan accounts referred for insolvency proceedings at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).The state-owned lender reported a net profit of Rs 1,581.5 crore in the second quarter against Rs 2,538.3 crore in the corresponding quarter last year. Net profits fell 21 percent on a sequential basis, the bank said.The bank missed analyst estimations with the result. According to 15 Bloomberg analyst estimates, the bank was expected to post a profit of Rs 2,628.50 crore.On a consolidated basis, the bank’s net profit for the quarter stood at Rs 1,952.30 crore from a loss of Rs 116.65 crore during the same quarter last year, the bank said in a filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).”The results for this quarter and half year include operations of erstwhile domestic banking arms and Bhartiya Mahila Bank hence the results for this quarter are not comparable,” the bank said in the release.The lenders Net Interest Income (NII) — the core income a bank earns by giving loans — increased 27.3 percent to Rs 18,585.90 crore versus Rs 14,600.16 crore last year. Other income for the quarter on review went up 28.1 percent to Rs 10,579.91 crore from Rs 8,261.44 crore in the same quarter last year.On a postive note, the bank’s asset quality improved on sequential basis post decline in fresh slippages in the second quarter. Gross non-performing assets (NPAs) were narrowed at 9.83 percent in Q2 against 9.97 percent in Q1. On the other hand net NPAs also lower at 5.43 percent against 5.97 percent on quarter-on-quarter basis.While announcing the result, SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar said gross slippages for the quarter stood at Rs 10,627 crore. That was sharply lower compared to Rs 30,059 crore slippages reported in the June quarter.”We have made more than 50 percent provision for both of RBI’s NCLT list. The watchlist at the end of September quarter was down to Rs 21,000 crore, from Rs 24,000 crore as of June quarter 2017,” Kumar said.Following the result, SBI shares gained as much as 7 percent to Rs 338 before closing at Rs 333.20, mostly because of the bank’s improvement on asset quality in the September quarter.
Meghan Markle birthdayTwitterMeghan Markle may be finding it hard to find allies in the Royal Family apart from Prince Harry. And it is no secret how the Markle family feels about Meghan and her new Royal status. But despite all of that, there is apparently one family member who Meghan can still control.Meghan Markle could “get away with murder” when it comes to one particular family member who she could “twist round her little finger”, according to a royal biography.Reportedly, the Duchess of Sussex was doted on by her father Thomas Markle Snr while growing up, being much younger than his two other children – Samantha and Thomas Jnr. In fact, Samantha was already 17 years old when Meghan was born. According to the 2018 book ‘Meghan: A Hollywood Princess’, Meghan was the “apple of her father’s eye” and could do no wrong. There have been reports of Thomas Markle playing favourites with Meghan before.Royal biographer Andrew Morton asserted that her half-sister Samantha “often” claimed Meghan teased her that she was the favourite child and would receive the most expensive gift at Christmas from their father. Meghan Markle has had a falling out with the Markle family after joining the Royal Family. Mr. Morton wrote: “Meghan went to stay with her mother and did not even visit her father’s house to pick up her mail.” Meghan MarkleThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex Official Instagram (sussexroyal)Mr. Morton went on to write that it was a situation that perplexed her friends, as they knew that Meghan was the apple of her father’s eye and could get away with blue murder.However, claims by Samantha Markle need to be taken with a pinch of salt as she isn’t exactly a fan of the Duchess of Sussex. In fact, she has used Meghan Markle’s fame as a Royal to promote herself, cashing in by writing books on Meghan and making a media spectacle of herself.
ClojureCUDA is a CUDA that supports parallel computations on the GPU with CUDA in the Clojure programming language. With this library, you can access high-performance Computing and GPGPU in Clojure. Installation ClojureCUDA 0.6.0 now has support for the new CUDA 10. To start using it: Install the CUDA 10 Toolkit Update your drivers Update the ClojureCUDA version in project.clj All the existing code should work without requiring any changes. CUDA and libraries CUDA is the most used environment for high-performance computing on NVIDIA GPUs. You can now use CUDA directly from the interactive Clojure REPL without having to wrangle with the C++ toolchain. High-performance libraries like Neanderthal take advantage of ClojureCUDA to deliver speed dynamically to Clojure programs. With these higher-level libraries, you can perform fast calculations with just a few lines of Clojure. You don’t even have to write the GPU code yourself. But writing the lower level GPU code is also not so difficult in an interactive Clojure environment. ClojureCUDA features The ClojureCUDA library has features like high performance and optimization for Clojure. High-performance computing CUDA enables various hardware optimizations on NVIDIA GPUs. Users can access the leading CUDA libraries for numerical computing like cuBLAS, cuFFT, and cuDNN. Optimized for Clojure ClojureCUDA is built with a focus on Clojure. The interface and functions fit into a functional style. They are also aligned to number crunching with CUDA. Reusable The library closely follows the CUDA driver API. Users translate examples from best CUDA books easily. Free and Open Source It is licensed under the Eclipse Public License (EPL) which is the same license used for Clojure. ClojureCUDA and other libraries by uncomplicate are open source. You can choose to contribute on GitHub or donate on Patreon. For more details and code examples, visit the dragan Blog. Read next Clojure 1.10.0-beta1 is out! Stable release of CUDA 10.0 out, with Turing support, tools and library changes NVTOP: An htop like monitoring tool for NVIDIA GPUs on Linux