Cotton acreage to rise in 2 States

first_imgFarmers in Punjab and Haryana have sown more cotton this season as against the corresponding period last year on expectation of better returns on the produce, experts and officials told The Hindu.In Punjab, cotton crop has been sown in nearly 4 lakh hectares and may go up by 10,000 hectares as the sowing is still going on, according to the State Agriculture department. The acreage was nearly 2.84 lakh hectares in 2018. In Haryana, farmers had sown cotton in 6.35 lakh hectares till June 6. Last year the total area under cotton was 6.61 lakh hectares.“The area in Punjab and Haryana has seen an increase this year as farmers are expecting to fetch better price. Last season the yield was good and incidence of disease was less, which has motivated the farmers to opt for cotton this year,” India Cotton Association Limited president Mahesh Sharda told The Hindu. Bt cotton In Punjab and Haryana, Bt cotton is sown in over 95% of the total area, the rest 5% cotton are usually the indigenous (desi) varieties. Cotton is usually planted from mid-April till late May in most parts of the States.Punjab Agriculture Secretary K.S. Pannu said that cotton acreage is likely to surpass the 4 lakh-hectare mark as the rise in the minimum support price last year had helped farmers fetch better returns. “After the whitefly attack in 2015, the farmers were a little reluctant to sow cotton, but after reaping a good yield last couple of years their confidence has increased,” said Mr. Pannu.Haryana Agriculture department Joint Director Jagraj Dhandi said, “the area under cotton is likely to remain the same as last year or could even surpass it as the sowing is still going on. This year the cotton sowing has been delayed as the wheat crop was harvested late on account of intermittent rains.”last_img read more


first_imgAnirudh Thapa of Dehradun, Jerry of Mizoram and Prasanjit Anirudh Thapa of Dehradun, Jerry of Mizoram and Prasanjit Chakraborty of West Bengal would train at the FC Metz Academy in France initially for three months. “These three youngsters will train at FC Metz Academy for three months and the AIFF will bear all the expenses. This is a beginning and we will expand this kind of initiatives in future. Even the players who will be part of the Indian team for next years FIFA U-17 World Cup will be sent to different academies of the world once the event is over in October 2017,” he said. “We will have a review after three months (whether these three youngsters will continue at FC Metz) but I am sure they will continue. The review would be just a formality I think,” he added. Asked how different would this initiative be from the earlier ones, which had seen Indian youngsters going to academies in Europe but lost track later, Patel said, “There should not be any comparison with this one and the others in the past. “In many cases, the AIFF just endorses or agrees to a private initiative to train an Indian player in Europe or other countries. But this one is the initiative of the AIFF itself and we are starting this kind of initiative.” Asked if I-League and the successful Indian Super League will be merged in the near future, Patel said, “We are into framing a new structure (to make the two leagues as one) and all these will be given a proper direction.” PTI PDS AH ATKadvertisementlast_img read more

Pak complains against India on visa delay for Asian squash

first_img(Eds: Rephrasing intro and adding inputs) Karachi, Apr 26 (PTI) Blaming India for their pullout from the Asian Squash Championships, Pakistan have lodged a complaint with the World and Asian squash bodies, alleging that the hosts deliberately delayed visas to their team. An official source in the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) said the matter had been brought to the notice of the World and Asian bodies since Pakistan were the defending champions in the event starting today in Chennai. The PSF claimed that it had submitted applications for visas of players and officials well before time, on March 17. PSF secretary Tahir Sultan alleged that after refusing the visas to the Pakistan team comprising Farhan Mehboob, Farhan Zaman, Tayyab Aslam and Waqar Mehboob on Monday morning, the Indian High Commission had asked them to submit their passports again. “After returning the passports to us, they (Indian High Commission) contacted us and asked us to submit the passports again for the issuance of visas but we have now decided not to apply again,” Sultan told PTI Sultan claimed that the Indian authorities had used delaying tactics while processing the visa applications of the Pakistani players for the tournament, scheduled to commence in Chennai from tomorrow. He said that Pakistan would pursue the matter with the squash bodies and also the professional squash association. “We have always said that there should be no politics in sports but apparently India has its own policy. But the refusal of visas is unacceptable since the Asian Senior Individual Championship is not an Indian event but a regional one,” Sultan said. Sources in the foreign ministry confirmed that the matter had also been taken up at the diplomatic level and Pakistan was concerned after the constant refusal of visas to Pakistani sportsmen for major international events in India. “Yes, the foreign office has spoken to Indian diplomats on this issue. Because it is now becoming a frequent matter for visas to be refused to Pakistani sportsmen for international events in India,” the source said. The source said that the same happened with the Pakistan junior hockey team when the World Cup was held in India last December. Pakistans former squash legends Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan criticised India for their “non-sporting approach” and called on the PSF and Pakistan Olympic Council to take up the issue at the international levels. “I think we need to now counter this Indian policy at the world level because our sportsmen and women should not be deprived of participation in international events which are held on the Indian soil,” Jansher said. PTI Cor CM PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more

N Ram presented ‘Raja Ram Mohan Roy Award’ by PCI

first_imgNew Delhi, Nov 16 (PTI) Veteran journalist and Hindu publishing group chairman N Ram was on Friday presented the prestigious Raja Ram Mohan Roy Award for his outstanding contribution towards journalism.The award was presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on the occasion of National Press Day.The National Awards for Excellence in Journalism 2018, announced by the Press Council of India (PCI), were also given to many other journalists.Ruby Sarkar, Chief Correspondent, Deshbandhu, Bhopal, and Rajesh Parshuram Joshte, Daily Pudhari, Ratnagiri, were presented the award in the category of ‘Rural Journalism’.V S Rajesh, Deputy Editor, Kerala Kaumudhi, got the award under the category of Developmental Reporting.Subhash Paul, Rashtriya Sahara, Delhi, was handed over the award in the ‘Photo Journalism-Single News’ category, while Mihir Singh of the Punjab Kesari, Delhi, was given the prize in the category of ‘Photo Journalism-Photo Feature’.Under the category of ‘Best Newspaper Art: covering cartoons, caricature and illustrations’, P Narasimha, Cartoon Editor, Nava Telangana, Hyderabad, was presented the award.No entry could qualify in the newly introduced award category of ‘Sports Reporting’.The selection of awardees was carried out by a jury comprising eminent working journalists, senior editors, owners and managers representing print media. PTI ASK ASK ANBANBlast_img read more

Mason Rudolph’s Impression of Mike Gundy Is Impeccable

first_imgIf you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! “He’s always talking about, there’s five things, there’s five things. Ah-kuh-dem-iks. Wo-mun. Guns. No guns in Stillwater.” It’s glorious. This is better than Gundy’s mullet. I’ve been waiting for somebody to come along and impersonate one of the all-time most impersonate-able coaches in school history, and Rudolph nails it.. @Rudolph2Mason does a solid @CoachGundy impression. #okstate @koconews— Carson Cunningham (@KOCOCarson) July 18, 2016Rudolph also talks about Gundy’s flowing locks at the end of this video which is equally tremendous. QB1 has a humorous side!last_img read more

Coal miners urge Congress extension of black lung funding

first_imgLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former Appalachian coal miners and supporters are in Washington this week to urge lawmakers to extend a tax that benefits miners sick with black lung disease.The excise tax paid by coal companies funds the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, but the tax is set to decrease by half at the end of the year.Calling it a matter of life and death, supporters say the fund could be in jeopardy without the extension. Kenny Fleming had to retire early from coal mining in eastern Kentucky when he got sick. He called the fund a “lifesaver.”Rates of black lung, an incurable disease, have been on the rise in Appalachia in recent years.House Republicans inserted a one-year extension for the tax into a tax bill released this week.The Associated Presslast_img

Medical trend with female genital mutilation disturbs UN agency

5 February 2007Calling for stepped-up efforts against the traditional yet gruesome practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sounded the alarm today against a new trend – parents using health-care workers to perform cutting in the belief that any medical problems can be minimized. Calling for stepped-up efforts against the traditional yet gruesome practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sounded the alarm today against a new trend – parents using health-care workers to perform cutting in the belief that any medical problems can be minimized.In an appeal for the International Day Against FGM, which is being observed tomorrow, UNFPA Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid voiced concern about what she dubbed the “medicalization” of the practice.Some 3 million girls worldwide face the threat of undergoing FGM each year, and an estimated 120 to 140 million women have already been subject to the practice, which leaves lasting physical and psychological scars and increases the risks of problems during childbirth.A study released by the UN last June found that pregnant mothers are far more likely to experience serious complications, such as the need to have caesarean section to dangerously heavy bleeding after the birth. The death rates among babies at birth and immediately after is also much higher – in some cases by as much as 55 per cent.Ms. Obaid said increasing awareness about the physical risks posed by FGM has led more and more parents to turn to health-care professionals to carry out the cutting in clinical settings in the belief that it will be safer for the girl. Many health-care workers now come under pressure from families to agree to perform the surgery.Ms. Obaid warned that younger and younger girls are being subjected to the practice by parents to reduce complaints or the possibility that they will refuse to participate.To challenge proponents of FGM, Ms. Obaid said the Fund has learned that “laws need to be enforced, people need to be educated, and communities must be engaged… Contrary to popular belief, FGM or cutting is not required by any religion. In fact, many religious leaders and scholars and faith-based organizations from around the world have called for the practice to be banned.”UNFPA is backing initiatives in several countries, including Uganda and Kenya, which offer alternative rites of passage to usher girls into adulthood without genital mutilation. In Burkina Faso, Senegal, Ethiopia and Egypt, the Fund works with religious and local community leaders, who serve as promoters of change. It also supports human rights activists to enforce existing laws banning the practice and to introduce similar laws into other countries. read more

Are gas prices too high BMO report suggests Canadian drivers not reaping

TORONTO — A report by the Bank of Montreal suggests Canadian drivers aren’t reaping the full benefit of lower oil prices when it comes to prices at the pump.BMO senior economist Benjamin Reitzes pointed to a chart that showed when the Brent crude oil price was last at today’s levels in 2008, the average gasoline price was less than 80 cents per litre.However, the average regular gasoline price today remains around $1 per litre.How Wal-Mart stands to win big from oil below $35 a barrelNever mind $35 a barrel, Canada’s oil is selling for closer to $20 todayThe Brent crude oil price is a major trading classification of sweet light crude oil.“With last week’s plunge in oil fresh in my mind as I headed into the weekend, I couldn’t help but notice how gasoline prices had ticked higher from the previous week,” Reitzes said.“With Brent crude falling below $55, a level last seen in 2008, gasoline around $1 per litre seemed odd.”The average gasoline price in the U.S. has been around the US$2 per gallon level in recent days and broken below the key psychological barrier in some states. read more

Mothers who forced school to take children arrested and remanded

Deputy Minister Palitha Thewarapperuma recently instigated the drama and even attempted to commit suicide and was admitted to hospital.The mothers together with the Deputy Minister demanded that 10 children be admitted to the school. (Colombo Gazette) A group of Mothers who, with the assistance of Deputy Minister Palitha Thewarapperuma, forced a school to admit their children, were today arrested and remanded.The nine mothers were arrested today for threatening and forcing the authorities to admit their children to the Meegahatenna primary school.

UNESCO meeting lays groundwork for reviving protecting Iraqs cultural heritage

“This is a turning point for the Iraqi people and for the world’s understanding of the role of heritage for societies in conflict situations,” said the Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Irina Bokova. Speaking at the end of a two-day meeting of the International Coordination Conference on the Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage in Liberated Areas of Iraq, Ms. Bokova added: “UNESCO is already mobilizing on the ground to support Iraq in protecting heritage and objects most at risk, and to fence off and guard sites.” The meeting also prepared the groundwork for emergency, medium and long term action plans to preserve the country’s millennial archaeological sites, museums, religious heritage, and historic cities. It also agreed to appoint a joint UNESCO-Iraqi Steering Committee to coordinate and advocate the many national and international initiatives to rehabilitate the cultural heritage of Iraq. However, according to UNESCO the damage already done has been much fear than what was anticipated and the rehabilitation process is likely to require decades of work. Noting the importance of action to safeguard Iraq’s heritage, the country’s Minister of Culture Fryad Rawandouzi highlighted: “As we reclaim our country […] We need help from UNESCO, the UN and others to rehabilitate museums, cities and sites […] We need a plan with a timeline, as well as technical and financial support.” At the same time, there are fears that antiquities taken away from heritage sites may have been sold on the Internet and the black market and the money used finance activities of the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh). “We must stop the trade in Iraqi antiquities, adhere to Security Council Resolution 2199, and dry up [ISIL]’s money flow,” underscored Mohammad Iqbal Omar, the Iraqi Minister of Education. Adopted in 2015, UN Security Council resolution 2199, among other provisions, banned all trade in looted antiquities from Iraq and Syria. It also encouraged steps to ensure such items are returned to their homelands, and called on UNESCO, Interpol, and other international organizations to assist in such efforts. “Da’esh tried, but will never erase our culture, identity, diversity, history and the pillars of civilization. I call on the world to help us,” said added the Minister of Education. read more

Backed by UN agency countries set to take on deadly livestockkilling disease

Controlling and eventually eradicating the Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) disease – which has nearly 90 per cent fatality rate among the animals it infects – will also strengthen food security and nutrition, improve resilience of pastoralists, as well as contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, said the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).“Small ruminants are the primary livestock resource of about 300 million poor rural families in developing and emerging countries … Eradicating PPR is fundamental for building a safer and more sustainable world,” highlighted the agency’s Director-General, José Graziano da Silva.Organized jointly by the FAO and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), and hosted by the European Commission in Brussels, the conference also called on the international development community to contribute to the PPR Global Eradication Programme to bridge its $340 million funding gap.The financial resources to eradicate PPR are not an expense, but an important investment that will result in future economic and social gains – FAO Director-General Graziano da Silva“The financial resources to eradicate PPR are not an expense, but an important investment that will result in future economic and social gains,” added Mr. Graziano da Silva.In spite of the very high fatality rate, PPR is easily preventable with inexpensive vaccines that can be administered at low cost.Since its initial identification in Côte d’Ivoire in 1942, PPR – also known as the ‘goat plague’ – has spread to over 70 countries in Africa, Middle East, and Asia and has reached new areas in recent years.According to the OIE, PPR is caused by the morbillivirus in the family of paramyxoviruses, that is related to rinderpest, measles and canine distemper. The virus is not known to affect humans.In December 2016 the first reported outbreak in sheep and goats with spill-over of the disease to a wild antelope species was observed in Mongolia, and later in June 2018, it reached the European Union, with a first-ever case reported in Bulgaria.African Swine Flu outbreaks ‘almost certain’ in Asian countriesMeanwhile, the outbreak of the African Swine Flu (ASF) in China, first detected last month by authorities there, is reported to be accelerating and will almost certainly emerge in other countries in Asia, an FAO regional emergency meeting heard on Friday.In response, China and FAO have been working together and have helped veterinary authorities and others respond quickly and isolate areas where ASF detections have occurred and to date, nearly 40,000 infected animals have been culled in efforts to limit the spread.Cross-border, regional collaboration is vital in responding to this very real threat to Asia’s swine sector – FAO Assistant Director-General Kadiresan“The Chinese authorities have taken this outbreak very seriously and have been very proactive in sharing information and their lessons learned with FAO and neighbouring countries about the spread of the virus and their actions so far,” said Wantanee Kalpravidh, FAO’s Asia Regional Manager of its Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases.The emergency meeting, convened by FAO in Bangkok, saw veterinary authorities and other key stakeholders from 12 countries, ASF experts, and OIE representatives form a specialized regional network that has pledged to respond aggressively and collaboratively when new outbreaks occur anywhere in the region.“This cross-border, regional collaboration is vital in responding to this very real threat to Asia’s swine sector, because this isn’t something that Ministries or Departments of Agriculture can handle on their own,” said Kundhavi Kadiresan, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific.“This virus is a threat to livelihoods, to economies, to an entire industry and its associated value chains. So everyone needs to pay attention to this and step up, in a coordinated way, to take on this challenge. FAO will continue to help with that.” read more

Bob Hanning confirms Fuchse Berlin decline Veszprems offer for Petar Nenadic

German Berliner Zeitung bring the story about the intention of Hungarian Telekom Veszprem to sign Serbian playmaker Petar Nenadic from Fuchse Berlin! According to this source, Hungarians want 31-years old shooter immediately, as they need to fill the gap after a surprising decision of Icelandic Aron Palmarsson to refuse to join the team’s preparation in the last year of his contract.Manager of Füchse Berlin, Bob Hanning, said it to Berliner Zeitung:Yes, it’s true. Before the season there was a request, which we however declined. If someone still has a contract, they are not for sale. I did not want to make the problems of others mine. The Hungarians suddenly needed a playmaker because they lost Aron Palmarsson. We will talk about the topic of whether we want to continue the “Nenadic concept” with the coach in November. There will be no decision until December,” Bob Hanning stated and continued:It would be a pity if he leaves, but if Petar wants to go, he will go. It has been this way for years. Steffen Fäth, unfortunately, decided at an early stage to leave us to go to the Rhein-Neckar Löwen, I’m not sure if he would do that again at this moment. I am quite relaxed with the situation, nor are we in the decision-making phase.Negotiations between Telekom Veszprem and FC Barcelona Lassa about “buying-out” last year of Aron Palmarsson contract, are still active. The Icelandic star will join Spanish team next summer, but still, they want to see him ready and fit, without season’s break which can decrease his playing potential. Bob HanningFuchse BerlinPetar NenadicTelekom Veszprem ← Previous Story LNH: Montpellier win in Nantes! Next Story → Sporting CP beat Chekhovskie Medvedi read more

Heres why everyone should stop calling it St Pattys Day

first_imgPaddy is derived from the Irish, Pádraig, hence those mysterious, emerald double-Ds.Patty is the diminutive of Patricia, or a burger, and just not something you call a fella. SteveNakatani/FlickrHAVE YOU BEEN to America recently? Or, you know, on Twitter at all?If so, you may have heard people refer to our upcoming national celebration as “Patty’s Day”. Or even “St Patty’s Day”.Why is this?Well, some of the resistance is down to the fact that many Irish-Americans consider ‘Paddy’ a derogatory term. Like this person for instance:(Southie is an Irish area of Boston.)So they go for Patty instead – oblivious to the fact that we already have enough problems with minced meat in this country.Luckily, Marcus Campbell has been running a one-man campaign to set things right for the last three years now. At, he offers this advice:The explanation? According to Marcus: He also runs an indefatigable Twitter feed, retweeting and shaming those who choose the wrong path:Obviously, we stand with all right-thinking people in fully supporting Marcus’ quest.Sadly, Marcus didn’t respond to our request for an interview – perhaps because he was too busy fighting the good fight.So we’ll just leave you with this. If there is anyone in your life who has chosen the wrong path, please share it with them.Once and for all…12 actual t-shirts that show how the world sees Ireland>What did leprechauns look like? There are 2 answers…last_img read more

007 second power outage drops worldwide NAND supplies by 75

first_img0.07 seconds. That split second of time is so minuscule that the human brain scarcely could register it, yet the power going out at a Toshiba manufacturing plant might be all that it takes to sink the world’s flash memory supply by 20% for the next year… and send the price of your next smartphone or tablet skyrocketing.The power outage happened at a Toshiba factory in Japan specializing in the production of NAND flash memory, which is the sort of chip that is used in Apple‘s iPhone and iPad, as well as most other smartphones, digicams, PMPs and tablets.NAND flash chips are fabricated on silicon wafers about the size of dinner plates and can take between eight to twelve weeks to process. If the power goes out at any point in that time frame, the entire batch can be destroyed, and even though the power outage in question was only 0.07 seconds, it still was the equivalent of yanking the cord out of the wall: there’s no way to plug it back in quick enough that the system won’t reboot.It’s a big deal. Toshiba is responsible for 35.4% of the world’s NAND flash memory, second only to Samsung. With twenty percent of their next year’s NAND inventory now going in the trash, it appears that worldwide NAND availability next year will sink by 7.5%… and with the increasing popularity of NAND-based gadgets like the iPad and the MacBook Air, it couldn’t have come at a worse time.Read more at Wall Street Journallast_img read more

X47B becomes first UAV to land on aircraft carrier

first_imgThe US Navy’s current autonomous drone baby, the X-47B, has made its first successful landing on an aircraft carrier, which happens to be the first time in autonomous drone overlord history that such an event has taken place.Back in May, the X-47B happened to complete the first successful flight of an unmanned, autonomous drone from an aircraft carrier. So, the X-47B can now take off from and land on aircraft carriers all on its own, likely marking the this recent landing test as the beginning of the enslavement of the human race by its glorious robot overlords. The drone is the first UAV that can take off, land, and refuel all on its own. Designing an aerial robot overlord cost contractor Northrop Grumman $813 million since it began work back in 2007 — perhaps less expensive than you might’ve thought a plane that could fly itself would be.Though the military does have a host of spy and attack planes situated in bases across the world, being able to launch a covert drone from a mobile carrier greatly expands the military’s remote strike ability.Thankfully, the autonomous drone does not have weapons capability as of yet — so we can all rest easy that Judgment Day isn’t exactly right around the corner. The next step for the X-47B is not installing those weapon capabilities, but to perform further refueling tests — weapons don’t mean much if the drone doesn’t have enough fuel to get them anywhere, after all. However, even though some more refueling tests are in the X-47B’s future, the US Navy feels that the UAV is ready for unmanned operations.last_img read more

By Odins Beard Viking Metal Band Amon Amarth Releases a Video Game

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Swedish Melodic Death Metal band Amon Amarth is known around the world for its songs about Norse Mythology. Not content with merely pillaging arenas and concert halls, the famed Viking Metal giants are setting sail for the land of video games.Titled after the band, Amon Amarth will let users play as the Norse deity, Thor. With his trusted hammer, Mjolnir, the god of thunder will face off against other Norse beings like Surtur, Hel, Fenrir, and Nidhogg. In addition to his hammer, Thor can use his ability to control lighting to bring further pain upon his enemies. You can see what the game has in store in the trailer below.The game features four worlds and a total of 12 different levels. Each of the four worlds is ruled by a different deity or monster that must be slain. Since this is an Amon Amarth game, it contains 13 of the band’s songs. Each song has been redone in chiptune form.AdChoices广告Amon Amarth is being developed by Ride & Crash Games, who is based out of Stockholm, Sweden. According to the press release (via MetalSucks), founder Robert Chirico Willstedt met Amon Amarth in 2015. After bonding with the band “over epic amounts of beer and a common love of video games,” they began to discuss a game based on Amon Amarth. Robert gathered a team of developers and designers to bring the digital Viking epic to life. The band continually met with the developers to ensure the game would be “an authentic Amon Amarth product.”Despite almost exclusively writing songs based on Norse myths, Amon Amarth’s moniker is actually the Sindarin name of Mount Doom from The Lord of the Rings. To date, the Viking Metal band has released ten albums. Their latest, Jomsviking, came out in the Spring of 2016.Amon Amarth is available now on iOS and Android devices for $8.99. Google Pixel Phones Talk to 911 For YouAndroid Ransomware Pretends to Be Reddit Porn center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more

How to Edit the Autocorrect Dictionary in Windows 10

first_imgOpen the language folder for which you want to edit the autocorrect dictionary. Click on File Explorer to open a window.  by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoTODAYCeline Dion Discusses Her Recent Weight Loss: ‘Everything’s Fine’TODAYUndoForbes.com100 Powerful Women Americans Can Look Up toForbes.comUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoMayo ClinicManaging psoriatic arthritis painMayo ClinicUndoAdvertisement Enter the typo and the correct spelling in the following format: typo | correct_Spelling. For example: adn | and. Open the default.acl or AutoCorrect List File. center_img Windows 10 creates separate folders for each language you add. Each of these languages has a default file to store commonly mistyped words and their correct spelling. When you are typing in Windows apps, for example, when you open Facebook in Microsoft Edge, this list is used to autocorrect typos as you type. You can edit the autocorrect dictionary to add your own words, and their correct spelling.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 Here’s how it’s done.On the Task Bar, type File Explorer in the search box. To go to the language folder, type %AppData%\Microsoft\Spelling in the address bar and press Enter. Save the file.  Credit: MicrosoftHow to Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free inHow to Change Your Password in Windows 10Windows 10 Settings You Should Change Right Awaylast_img read more