first_imgMumbai, APRIL 5 (PTI) Oilseeds: Bold (in Rs.Per100kgs)Mumbai, APRIL 5 (PTI) Oilseeds: Bold (in Rs.Per100kgs) Groundnut Kernel 5600 Groundnut Bold 60/70 7200 Javas 60/70: 8700 Javas 70/80: 8400 Javas 80/90: 8200 Kardi 2900 Sesame (Whitish) 98/2/1: 6750 Sesame 95/5/1: 6750 Sesameseed crushing 48/2/4 5650 Sunflowerseed 4100 Nigerseed 9200 and Castorseed Bombay 3135.Oils & Seeds: (In Rs. Per 10 kgs) Groundnutoil 1120 (RPT 1120) Kardi Expeller 870 Sesame Expeller N/T Sunflower Expeller 700 Refined 745 Cottonseeds Refined 650 Palmolein Refined 605 Soybean Refined 650 Soybean Crude N/T Rapeseed Refined 845 Rapeseed Expeller 770 Copra White 657 Ricebran 4-7% FFA N/T Ricebran N/T Linseeds Oil 875 Castoroil Comm 657 FSG 667 Kandla 630 Mowra N/T Neem 970 Karanji 625.Deoil Cakes: (Rates in Rs.per mt) Groundnut Extraction 45% 30,500 Kardi Extraction 13,000 Sesame Extraction N.Q. Cottonseed Extraction N.Q. Undec Cottonseed Exp 25,500 Rice Bran Extraction N/Q Sunflower Extraction 24,500 Rapeseed Extraction N/Q Soyameal 48% 39,130 and Castor Extraction 4600. NOTE – CORRECTED GROUNDNUT OIL 1120 (RPT 1120) ———–Oilcakes:- Groundnut Expeller Oilcake Rd(per met. tonne)(50%):33,500/- Kardi Expeller Oilcake Rd(per2 metric tonnes) : UNQTD. Groundnut Extraction (per metric tonne) : UNQTD. ———— PTI SVC RHB ABIlast_img read more

Why Is Only My Super Smash Bros Ultimate Online So Great

first_imgStay on target I’ve been playing a lot of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch. I mean a lot. I already shared many of my thoughts in our review from early this week. But between playing with friends, working my way through World of Light at a relaxed pace, and forming more impressions of characters for our ongoing breakdowns, there’s still a lot of smashing left to be done.And for me, most of that smashing has been online. But now that the game has been out for a few days, the idea that anyone could have a positive online experience is practically a foreign concept. So it makes me ask the question, why is only my Super Smash Bros. Ultimate online so great?When I play Smash Bros. online I want to quickly play random real players in no-items, 1v1, stock matches on neutral stages like Battlefield. That’s what I have set as my preferred rules. It’s perfect for easily playing a variety of potentially great players to improve myself and hopefully return to Elite Smash. And maybe 90+ percent of the time I’ve been having this perfect, fluid, fun fighting online experience. Yes, sometimes a match has some mild lag. And yes sometimes I get thrown into a free-for-all or team battle with items. That’s frustrating. But in the nearly 200 matches I’ve played online these bad times have by far the exception, not the rule.Which is why it’s so strange to me to hear so many people basically have the opposite experience. I don’t think anyone is lying. When pro players like Zero and Leffen talk about how disappointing it is when poor matchmaking screws up their Global Smash Power ranking in competitive Elite Smash I feel for them. But it’s just so hard for me to relate to.Is my cheap, not-Nintendo branded ethernet adapter really making that big a difference? Does my relatively slow main Ganondorf hide latency issues? Is the strain of a growing widespread playerbase to blame? Initially I heard and was inclined to believe reports of more casuals players complaining about being thrown into more serious matches because those players had better connections. But now the issues sound more universal.I also understand that folks are much more sensitive to Smash’s apparent online issues because for the first time Nintendo is charging a $20 annually fee for a subscription service. And other real problems like wonky private friend lobbies and being forced to use a separate mobile chat app sting even more when they cost money to even get started.With so many players clearly unhappy, obviously I hope Nintendo continues to patch Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s online functionality. But at this point I’m afraid to play more Smash online myself because maybe whatever magic spell that’s making my online work so well will finally break, and for the first time I’ll have this bad Smash online experience everyone else seems to be having all the time.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. Read Yoshi’s Guide7. Read Kirby’s Guide8. Read Fox’s Guide9. Read Pikachu’s Guide10. Read Luigi’s Guide11. Read Ness’s Guide12. Read Captain Falcon’s Guide13. Read Jigglypuff’s Guide14. Read Peach’s Guide15. Read Daisy’s Guide16. Read Bowser’s Guide17. Read Ice Climbers’ Guide18. Read Sheik’s Guide19. Read Zelda’s Guide20. Read Dr. Mario’s Guide21. Read Pichu’s Guide22. Read Falco’s Guide23. Read Marth’s Guide24. Read Lucina’s Guide25. Read Young Link’s Guide26. Read Ganondorf’s Guide27. Read Mewtwo’s Guide28. Read Roy’s Guide29. Read Chrom’s Guide30. Read Mr. Game and Watch’s Guide31. Read Meta Knight’s Guide32. Read Pit’s Guide33. Read Dark Pit’s Guide34. Read Zero Suit Samus’s Guide35. Read Wario’s Guide36. Read Snake’s Guide37. Read Ike’s Guide38. Read Pokemon Trainer’s Guide39. Read Diddy Kong’s Guide40. Read Lucas’s Guide41. Read Sonic’s Guide42. Read King Dedede’s Guide43. Read Olimar’s Guide44. Read Lucario’s Guide45. Read R.O.B.’s Guide46. Read Toon Link’s Guide47. Read Wolf’s Guide48. Read Villager’s Guide49. Read Mega Man’s Guide50. Read Wii Fit Trainer’s Guide51. Read Rosalina and Luma’s Guide52. Read Little Mac’s Guide53. Read Greninja’s Guide54. Read Mii Fighters’ Guide55. Read Palutena’s Guide56. Read Pac-Man’s Guide57. Read Robin’s Guide58. Read Shulk’s Guide59. Read Bowser Jr.’s Guide60. Read Duck Hunt’s Guide61. Read Ryu’s Guide62. Read Cloud’s Guide63. Read Corrin’s Guide64. Read Bayonetta’s Guide65. Read Inkling’s Guide66. Read Ridley’s Guide67. Read Simon’s Guide68. Read Richter’s Guide69. Read King K. Rool’s Guide70. Read Isabelle’s Guide71. Read Ken’s Guide72. Read Incineroar’s Guide73. Read Piranha Plant’s Guide74. Read Joker’s Guide75. Read Hero’s Guide76. ‘Astral Chain’ and Other Dumb Nintendo SongsThe Ultimate Super Smash Bros. Character Guide: Hero last_img read more

Outdoor fitness event will host 125 women in Herradura

first_img Facebook Comments An international outdoor fitness event for women organized by Roxy, RUNSUPYOGA, is coming to Costa Rica this weekend. The contest includes three different disciplines: Running, standup paddle, and yoga.This year the event has already taken place at paradisiacal beaches in Australia, Hawaii, Indonesia, Japan, Spain, France, Germany, England, Panama, the United States and Canada. This November 21-22, it’s Playa Herradura’s turn, in Puntarenas.The event will be hosted by Los Sueños Marriott Hotel. It will include with a 4-kilometer run along the golf course, ending at the beach; a 1-km trip on a standup paddle board; and a 60-minute yoga class by Krama Yoga Center in the hotel’s gardens.The contest expects to host approximately 125 women from all around the country.Inscription costs $25, which includes the competition kit — hat, backpack, number, and yoga mat— as well as insurance, medical assistance, and a professional yoga instructor.A surfboard and award certificates worth more than $2,000, exchangeable for products at Mango and Arenas stores, will be raffled among the participants.For more information, visit the ROXY RUNSUPYOGA Costa Rica Website. Related posts:10 can’t-miss talks at this year’s TEDxPuraVida International Design Festival: How to organize a massive, successful event in Costa Rica Dining options for your New Year’s celebrations 2017 International Design Festival to feature wide range of guestslast_img read more

Related Iceland Express plans new Gatwick flightIc

first_img RelatedIceland Express plans new Gatwick flightIceland Express plans new Gatwick flightStansted crowned king of low cost travelBritain’s third busiest hub, Stansted Airport, has been named Europe’s central departure point for low cost flights.Ryanair announces launch of new Gatwick to Dusseldorf routeCheap flights carrier Ryanair has announced the launch of a new route between London Gatwick and Dusseldorf (Weeze). Icelandic low-cost airline Iceland Express is launching flights from Reykjavik to London Gatwick this winter, as the fledgling carrier expands its European route network. Emerging as a strong rival to Icelandair, the carrier has succeeded in marketing low cost services to London Stansted – also offering Fast Track security options in a bid to lure customers – and is now looking to expand its appeal by targeting the UK’s second busiest airport. The Gatwick service will commence on September 16th 2008 and will run to and from Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport five times per week. Iceland Express has founded its success on London Stansted and Copenhagen routes, while adding its new Gatwick service to Paris, Basel, Billund, Oslo and Eindhoven flights launched last year. The airline recently submitted a plan to Reykjavik City Council for a new airport from which it would operate not only its Stansted route but also a host of domestic services. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more