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  1. File photo Moody's Investors Service has assigned a rating of B3 to the Government of Pakistan's (B3 stable) US dollar-denominated notes, a press release from the rating agency stated. Pakistan's B3 issuer rating reflects a credit profile that balances robust growth potential and a relatively large economy, against low income levels, infrastructure constraints and very low global competitiveness, said Moody?s. ?In recent years, the credit has been supported by an improved track record of reforms started under an International Monetary Fund (IMF) program, and a stronger outlook for infrastructure investment driven by the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project,? the agency explained its rationale behind the rating. ?Pakistan's economy demonstrates relatively robust GDP growth, limited by supply-side constraints on the economy?. Moving forward, implementation of the CPEC will, over time, partly address supply-side constraints through investment in power generation and transport infrastructure, thereby bolstering Pakistan's growth potential and competitiveness,? it said. However, security related issues and a weak track record of public project implementation suggest the pace of project execution will be relatively slow, the release added. Moody?s said Pakistan's institutional strength is improving from a very low base, a reflection of significant traction on reforms under and following Pakistan's recent IMF program, which concluded in September 2016, along with improvements in transparency. ?Key IMF program goals included fiscal deficit reduction, strengthening of the monetary policy framework, resolving constraints in the energy sector, and state-owned enterprise reform. Continued government commitment to implementation of reforms would help reinforce fiscal and monetary policy discipline, thereby preserving recent macroeconomic stability gains and strengthening institutional effectiveness in the future. Such improvements would help support the sovereign credit profile through enhanced policy credibility and effectiveness,? the agency said in its release. Moody?s noted that the stable outlook on the issuer rating reflects a balance of positive and negative pressures. ?On the upside, there is potential for further strengthening in growth beyond our current expectations, as successful implementation of the CPEC project may transform the Pakistani economy by removing infrastructure bottlenecks and stimulating both foreign and domestic investment. ?On the downside, the economic benefits of CPEC are still highly uncertain and power supply may continue to constrain growth to a greater extent than we currently envisage. Moreover, the fiscal costs related to the project and, more generally, development spending could raise Pakistan's debt burden more rapidly and significantly than we expect. In addition, recent indications of renewed increases in external pressure could develop into greater external vulnerability,? Moody?s stated.
  2. In the world of Tinder, you literally have a fraction of a second to make the other person check out your profile, so obviously you have to get really creative. We've seen so many profiles that have stood out – everything from this guy making a CV for his Tinder to this girl who lost her arm, but won everyone's heart. Now, here we have Jesse who is setting the Tiner bar really high for everyone. People usually just swipe left without really checking out the whole profile, so he has come up with the perfect way to make everyone curious. This is the first picture on his profile. © Youtube What would you do if you came across this on Tinder? Tap, obviously. © Youtube Well, as promised, one layer is gone. © Youtube Things are getting steamy now. © Youtube A little too much? © Youtube Wait, what? © Youtube Oh no, he's gone. Our condolences. He even has a proper obituary. © Youtube But, honestly, this is one of the smartest Tinder profiles out there. If this doesn't make people swipe right, then I don't know what will.
  3. <p>How many times have you run after your sincere spectacled friend who diligently takes notes in class? Chances are he/she was the most popular kid in class. Taking notes in class is an art. You need superhuman skills to catch everything the teacher says. And how do you doodle and crack under-the-table jokes while doing so. </p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Students Take Class Notes On A Google Doc & It's Pure Genius" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/img-1-vinod-chopra-films-1501409306.jpg" alt="Students Take Class Notes On A Google Doc & It's Pure Genius" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/img-1-vinod-chopra-films-1501409306.jpg" />© Vinod Chopra Productions</p> <p>A group of students devised a rather clever way to take class notes. PhD student Stephanie McKellog shared how an entire class took notes on a single Google doc collectively: </p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">I learned today that a group of students used a Google doc to take lecture notes-- they all took notes simultaneously in a collective file.</p> — Stephanie McKellop (@McKellogs) <a href="https://twitter.com/McKellogs/status/811339472205910016">December 20, 2016</a> <p>They solved doubts and problem areas on the sheet itself! </p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">As they took notes, they would mark places they were confused or couldn't follow the lecture--other students would see & explain, real time</p> — Stephanie McKellop (@McKellogs) <a href="https://twitter.com/McKellogs/status/811339642792505345">December 20, 2016</a> <p>Often, the best teachers are our peers </p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">at the end of the semester, as they are prepping for finals, they have this massive document of notes, questions, & explanations from peers</p> — Stephanie McKellop (@McKellogs) <a href="https://twitter.com/McKellogs/status/811339794810867712">December 20, 2016</a> <p>Knowledge is best absorbed when shared and we swear by group studies, i.e. when you are actually studying. No one can understand lesson doubts better than another student who has been through the same problem. While we spent hours getting notes Xeroxed at the end of the year, these students just showed the world how team spirit works. </p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">I dunno where they learned this, or if they just came up with it together, but it is AMAZING. Truly brilliant collaboration & solidarity.</p> — Stephanie McKellop (@McKellogs) <a href="https://twitter.com/McKellogs/status/811340002231746561">December 20, 2016</a> <p>Why didn't we think of this when we were in college?! </p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">they surely used it in this way- I know they were in part having each others' backs for when someone was absent or bored(?)</p> — Stephanie McKellop (@McKellogs) <a href="https://twitter.com/McKellogs/status/811340623504703489">December 20, 2016</a> <p>Oh wait, that's because we didn't have laptops in class back then</p> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">I'm going to really date myself but... Powerpoint didn't even exist most of my undergraduate years.</p> — Academics Write (@academicswrite) <a href="https://twitter.com/academicswrite/status/811346398897541120">December 20, 2016</a> <p>But these students are just plain genius! </p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy anim-gif imwidth-500" title="Students Take Class Notes On A Google Doc & It's Pure Genius" data-gif_image="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/gif-1-1501409410.gif" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/gif-1-1501409410.gif" alt="Students Take Class Notes On A Google Doc & It's Pure Genius" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/gif-1-1501409410.gif" /></p> <p> </p>
  4. Suraj and Saloni Banjara were only 7 and 2, respectively when their father passed away in 2007. And as if the kids hadn’t suffered enough, a man they called ‘uncle’ crushed their mother and a nurse with a car in 2013. Reportedly, he ran over them with a car continuously till they died. The siblings, after losing both their parents, were taken in by a shelter. On March 7, 2017, Suraj visited his mother’s home in Sawarwada, Kota with the authorities, and to his surprise, found ₹96,500 under his mother’s pillow. But, here’s the catch – all the notes were in the old denominations of 500 and 1000. © HT Since the RBI refused to change old notes for the kids, the helpless kids turned to PM Narendra Modi for help as a last resort. Suraj wanted to get that money converted so he could put it into a fixed deposit for his little sister. He sent a hand-written letter to PM Modi on March 25th. Here’s an excerpt from Suraja’s letter – “Please listen to our Mann ki Baat, Modiji. Humare aage peeche koi nahin (We don’t have any relatives)… our father left us when we were young and our mother was murdered. We want to deposit the money back with the government. please help us at the earliest.” They had to wait almost 3 months for a reply but they finally got one yesterday. It has been months since the deadline of converting old currency, but PM Modi still sanctioned ₹50,000 to the brother-sister duo. He could’ve issued the whole amount, or even more so, looking at their distraught situation, but, oh well. Moreover, he insured them under the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Beema Yojana (PMJJBY). PM Modi has also sent them a premium of Rs 1,710 in advance for 5 years. © Twitter He even wrote a letter to Suraj and Saloni, sympathizing with them. Here’s what he said - “After knowing about your present state through your letter, I sympathise with you. Although the sanctioned amount and insurance premium amount may not be sufficient for resolution of your problems, but I am sure that such assistance will certainly reduce your problems to some extent.” Saying that these kids have had a hard life would be an understatement. They suffered through so much pain at such an early age. But, they stood up for what was rightfully theirs and at least got something in return. Hopefully, receiving this money becomes a turning point in their life and they both have long and happy lives. They deserve it more than anyone else!
  5. KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) issued on Monday new currency notes for Eid-ul-Fitr. The new notes will be available in the banks till June 23, according to SBP spokesperson. The fresh currency notes will be available at designated commercial bank branches called ?e-branches?. As many as 1,000 e-branches across 120 cities in Pakistan have been formed. The SMS service, which was launched to facilitate people in acquiring new currency notes before Eid, will also become functional from today onwards. The service charge is Rs1.50 plux tax per SMS. To use the SMS service, a person must text their CNIC number along with the desired e-branch ID [e.g. 3130205839863(space)KHI005] to 8877. After this, a person will receive an SMS containing redemption code, e-branch address and the code validity period. Redemption code received by the customer will be valid for two working days as per the mentioned dates in the SMS. The customer may then approach the concerned e-branch along with his/her original CNIC/Smart Card, a photocopy of the CNIC/Smart Card and transaction code received from 8877 to obtain fresh currency notes. An individual can obtain three packets of Rs10 and one packet each of Rs50 and Rs100 as per availability of stock. It is also notified that each CNIC/Smart card number or mobile phone number can only be used once. For any queries, the people may contact the SBP helpdesk at UAN (021) 111-008-877.
  6. Demonetization is behind us as the last notes from the old currency have vanished from our lives. But not for RBI, who has a peculiar problem at hand. The government bank has a huge stock of old currency notes, Rs 1640 crore to be precise, waiting to be destroyed. © Reuters It is estimated that banks have collected roughly 16.4 billion old currency notes by now, and these remain to be systematically destroyed. These notes will be shredded after being counted and verified, and currently, the RBI is not equipped with enough staff to handle the work. The bank has asked the Indian army to help in the process as a senior official told The Hindu, “We could not have hired just any agency for this task.” © Reuters Currently, there are 3-4 shredders in each RBI office that are run in two shifts every day but clearly, that’s not enough when the amount to be shredded is of mammoth proportions. After the demonetization scheme was announced by the PM on 8 November, 2016, a sum of over Rs 15 lakh crore has been demonetized. Targeting black money hoarders, the scheme saw the country scampering to exchange old notes and switch to digital money.
  7. Version 1.0.0

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    This is created for those that wants to create their own Release Notes on their forum, please follow the guide linked below to create it with the files provided here. Please don't down vote this if you only download this without reading the tutorial - Its essential to follow the tutorial to make it all work.
  8. Release Notes Tutorial So after following a guide from IPS located here and some people wanted to re-create it i found out i did it myself and sharing the work here to simplify things for others. Let's get started! Pre - Download the files from the download section below 1) Import the Database AdminCP > Pages > Database > Create New >Upload Templates > Release_Notes_DB.xml For Permissions, EVERYONE can SEE Database and VIEW Records. (Else you can't see the release) For those that are to ADD and EDIT releases give permission "Add Record" "Edit Records" Comments, reviews and rate are turned off so this does not matter 2) Permissions for the database AdminCP > Pages > Database > Fields Please repeat the steps from Title to Additional Information (Anything in publish fields you don't need to touch) Click on padlock & Follow from screenshot (Those that needs EDIT and ADD are people wanting to add or edit information) 3) Delete the default template that gets created AdminCP > Pages > Templates Here you should see ReleaseNotes (Might have a number after it) Click on the cogwheel and DELETE 4) Upload Template file We are still in AdminCP > Pages > Templates Click Upload Templates Select the "Release Notes Template" Click Next 5) Add the CSS and JS In Templates click New > New CSS File Name: releasenotes Group: Add to an existing Group Existing Group: CSS Make sure you name it "releasenotes" (Do not add .css or the "") Save You should now have 3 tabs (HTML | CSS | JS) Like the photo below Click on CSS > Page CSS > releasenotes.css Paste in the content from the releasenotes.css file that was provided in the zip you downloaded at the first step here ** LINK *** (Just open it in notepad) Save Now we do the same for JS. Admin > Pages > Templates > New JS file Name: releasenotes Group: Add to an exisiting Group Existing Group: JS Click on JS > Page JS > releasenotes.js Paste in the content from the releasenotes.js file that was provided in the zip you downloaded at the first step (Just open it in notepad) Save Now we are half way there and its starting to take shape but we need to get some other things done as well, as every database is different we need to find a ID so lets continue. 6) Finding and adding the correct field_id AdminCP > Pages > Databases > Fields Find Current Release and click on it The ID is displayed in the address bar see image below Take a note of this as we will need it now. So lets continue. AdminCP > Pages > Templates > HTML > Database Templates > Releasenotes > recordrow Find the code (its first a href link from the top) <a href='{$row->url()}' class='cRelease' data-releaseID='{$row->$idField}' {{if $row->fieldValues()['field_22']}}data-currentRelease{{endif}}> Should look something among those lines now change it to something like this <a href='{$row->url()}' class='cRelease' data-releaseID='{$row->$idField}' {{if $row->fieldValues()['field_YOURID']}}data-currentRelease{{endif}}> Where YOURID is the id you just found (see highlighted images a little bit up) And SAVE Great so now The current release is the one that you have in your database, we are missing to fix some small things in the database then create the page 8) Editing Database Settings AdminCP > Pages > Databases > Edit Now lets edit the small changes Listing Template Group: Releasenotes Display Template Group: Releasenotes Database Key: release-notes Go to the Options Tab Sort: Long ID Order: Descending (9-0) That's it Lets go to the last step. 9) Creating the page Admin > Pages > Add Page > Manual HTML Leave things default, but change the values below I will go from tab to tab left to right. Details Name: Releaste Notes Page Includes Select both your CSS and JS file from step 5 Content {database="release-notes"} If you want you can add it to your menu as well thats up to you Anyways hit save. Permissions - Who can view the release notes and SAVE. There we go. Created and done, so now you should be able to visit yoursite.com/release-notes Congratulations you got it, should look something among these lines now. So for the information you can click ADD release and this is how it works. Its sorted on LONG ID (So higher the number the higher to the top it goes. (If you select 0 it will auto increment so it will be the highest) Current Release will be displayed as a green badge at the side If you do not put a date it will become "In Development" Adding Beta Release will show that its a Beta Adding Security will add a red Triangle to it and show its a security release. Additional Information is just notes for admins If you liked this tutorial please remember to give it a thumbs up. where you see this icon bottom right corner of this post.
  9. application

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    This application allows members to add notes to posts. Added new language strings
  10. Radhakishan Damani is probably the happiest man in the country, these days. Towards the end of March, his firm, Avenue Supermarts made news with a 114% listing day and now the stock soared over 12% in just two sessions till Friday noon, making Damani and his family richer by Rs.4,300 crore. The stock hit a high of Rs.714 on Friday, which was 13.18% higher than the closing price of Rs.631.60 on Wednesday. BSE benchmark Sensex slipped 0.3 per cent in these sessions from Wednesday’s close of 29,974 to 29,865 at 12.30 hours on Friday. © Twitter Damani, along with his wife and brother Gopikishan Shivkishan Damani, hold 82.2% stake in Avenue Supermarts, and thanks to the stocks reaching this unbelievable high, the whole Damani family saw their wealth soar by Rs.4,273 crore in just two days. Now, Damani is apparently the 20th wealthiest Indian, according to The Bloomberg Billionaire Index, and is worth about $4.10 billion as of now. On top of that, he has even found a place for himself among the top 500 billionaires in the world. © Twitter The supermarket retail chain, which was founded in 2002, and works under the brand D-Mart is the most profitable food and grocery retailer in the country with a total of 118 stores spread across nine states and one Union Territory.
  11. As if demonetisation did not leave us all in a weird frenzy, the aftermath has been pretty hysterical too. Remember skipping work just to queue up outside ATM’s to get cash? Yes. Well it turns out that the nature of the problem is rather different, but the money crisis is just not dying down. Recently, an SBI ATM machine in Delhi dispensed fake 2000 rupee notes which had ‘Children Bank Of India’ printed on them. Imagine that? © Twitter As expected, the weird incident became the butt of jokes for everyone. ''Why should adults have all the fun?'' - Governor, Children Bank of India. — sam luvs u (@_iamaloverboy) February 22, 2017 When you talk about being fake, you automatically insert Rahul Gandhi in it. Ideally this fake Rs.2000 notes of "Children Bank of India" should have Rahul Gandhi's photo on it instead of MKG pic.twitter.com/VOcEHVApPk — Rohini Singh (@RohiniSingh_ET) February 22, 2017 Wow..SBI ATM dispensing fake Rs 2k notes from Children Bank of India.. Who is the governor of this Children Bank of India ? Rahul Gandhi ji? — Paresh Rawal fan (@Babu_Bhaiyaa) February 22, 2017 Also, the Modi connection. Can’t miss that! Instead of Children Bank of India it should have been Bal Narendra Bank of Modia - The successful story of demonetization!! — NG #withRG (@NG_withINC) February 22, 2017 "Who is the Governor of Children Bank of India ?" . . "Baal Narendra" ?? — chandrakant (@DearChandrakant) February 22, 2017 And then, people joked about who was responsible. how did "Children Bank of India" issued fake notes end up in atm? what were people responsible for replenishment doing? — ATANU ROY (@atanunarrates) February 22, 2017 More abuses for our ‘Sarkar’. #चूरनछापसरकार Government is advised to rename the "Reserve Bank of India " as the "Children Bank of India" -By Order — Drunk Judge (@DrunkJudgeIn) February 22, 2017 Children Bank of India or Faqir Bank of India. — Vikram Bdv (@VikramBdv) February 22, 2017 It might be funny but it’s also pretty shocking that the madness that is demonetisation still has its claws deep in the system.
  12. When a moderator is warning a user they can already input a reason for the warning. However, on busy sites this can get quite tedious plus you also may want some content in there such as your Terms of Service to highlight the member's reason for a warning. We have added a new default warning note for the warning actions. This allows the admin to setup these notes to pre-populate for the moderator when they select a warning reason. So you might input an admin-approved message, highlight the section of the rules your member violated, or for corporate clients you might include some notice from your legal department. Admin Configuration On the front end the moderator will see that content as a pre-filled area in the notes box but the moderator can still edit it to the specific situation. Moderator Warning Panel We think this will streamline moderation particularly on busy communities. Admins will be able to define how to approach certain member situations to balance keeping your community running smoothly with the importance of looking professional and polite when you do have to take action on a member. Moderators will also be able to speed up their work by simply clicking a post, selecting a reason, and submitting the warning. No typing needed. This change will be in version 4.1.17 which is scheduled to be released in early December 2016. View the full article