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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, Private Limited is the wholly owned Indian subsidiary of Honda Motor Company, Japan. Founded in 1999, it was the fourth Honda automotive venture in India, after Kinetic Honda Motor Ltd, Hero Honda and Honda Siel Cars India. HMSI was established in 1999 at District Gurgaon, Haryana. HMSI has four manufacturing locations at Manesar in Haryana, Tapukara in Rajasthan, Kolar in Karnataka and Vithalpur, NW of Ahmedabad. Scooter -exclusive plant in Gujarat, its facility in Narsapura is the largest amongst its four locations and has a capacity of 6,600 vehicles per day. Honda India sales skyrocketed up to 4.28 million motorcycles and scooters backed by scooterization of India via bestselling scooter Activa over 350,000 scooter sales in September 2017. Honda scooter Activa sales record expected 3.5million scooters in 2017/18. Honda motorcycle & scooter started independent operation since 2010s after separation from Hero Honda motors J/V since 1984. 6million production capacity establishment within 7 years record in India, Top world motorcycle market.

X Blade CB Hornet160R CB Unicorn 150 SP 125 CB Shine SP CB Shine Honda Livo Honda Dream Yuga Dream Neo CD110 Dream DX Cliq Dio Aviator Activa-i Activa 5G Activa 6G Activa 125 Grazia NAVi 110 GoldWing CB1000R CBR650F CBR1000RR CBR 250R Africa Twin CB300R Honda Eterno Honda CB Trigger 150 Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler 150 Honda CB Twister 110 Honda CBF Stunner 125 Honda CBR 150R Honda CD110 Dream HMSI got ISO 14001 certification in December 2002. HMSI plans to use the PDCA cycle for its environmental management system. Official website

1937 Cheltenham by-election

The Cheltenham by-election, 1937 was a parliamentary by-election held on 22 June 1937 for the British House of Commons constituency of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. The seat had become vacant when the constituency's Conservative Member of Parliament, Sir Walter Preston, had resigned from the House of Commons on 27 May 1937, he had held the seat since a by-election in 1928, having been MP for Mile End from 1918 to 1923. The local Conservative party refused to endorse Daniel Lipson as its candidate following an anti-Jewish whispering campaign. Lipson won as an Independent Conservative and was re-elected at the 1945 general election as a National Independent, although his vote collapsed in the 1950 election when he lost to the Conservative Party candidate William Hicks Beach. Cheltenham constituency 1911 Cheltenham by-election 1928 Cheltenham by-election Cheltenham List of United Kingdom by-elections United Kingdom by-election records Craig, F. W. S.. British parliamentary election results 1918-1949.

Chichester: Parliamentary Research Services. ISBN 0-900178-06-X. Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages

Amjed Ullah Khan

Amjed Ullah Khan is Ex Corporator, 35 Azampura Division and youth leader of Majlis Bachao Tehreek in Hyderabad in the Indian state of Telangana, He is controversial due to his views and as a main opponent of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen. Amjed Ullah Khan is the son of 5 time MLA Amanullah Khan, he rose to fame when he intervened in the rape case of a Muslim girl at TRR College. Satya Prakash Singh had kidnapped the girl and held her prisoner for 17 months, during which time he raped her; when parents of the victim reported the crime, the local police took no action because Singh's brother is a prominent lawyer. AUK led an agitation movement against the police and Singh, joined by thousands of youngsters, brought heavy pressure on the police. AUK is the sole exponent behind Majlis Bachao Tehreek political Operations. Majlis Bachao Tehreek Amanullah Khan "MBT offers fig leaf to Owaisi brothers of MIM". Twocircles.net. Retrieved 27 October 2015. "MBT leader Amjed Ullah Khan urges KCR not to give permission for Shobha Yatra on the occasion of Ram Navami 2015".

HyderabadWala. Archived from the original on 18 November 2015. Retrieved 27 October 2015

Christopher R. Johnson

Christopher Ray Johnson is an American computer scientist. He is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of Utah, founding director of the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, his research interests are in the areas of scientific visualization. Johnson received his BS in Physics in 1982 from the Wright State University, his MS in Physics in 1984, his PhD in Medical Biophysics in 1990, both from the University of Utah, in Salt Lake City. From 1985 - 1989, Johnson was an Assistant Professor of Physics at Westminster College. In 1990, Johnson joined the University of Utah, first as a Research Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute and has held faculty positions in the Departments of Mathematics, Bioengineering and Computer Science. In 1996 he was appointed Associate Professor and Associate Chairman in the Department of Computer Science. In 2003, Johnson was promoted to the rank of Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of Utah and served as the Director of the University of Utah School of Computing.

Johnson served as the Director of the ACCESS Program for Women in Science and Mathematics between 1993-1993 and a member of the ACCESS Faculty until 2003. In 1999 he founded and Directed the Engineering Scholars Program until 2004. In 1992 Johnson founded the Scientific Computing and Imaging research group at the University of Utah, which has since grown to become the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute employing over 200 faculty and students. Johnson serves on several international journal editorial boards, as well as on advisory boards to several national and international research centers. In 2013 Professor Johnson was elected to the Board of Directors of the Computing Research Association and in 2012 Johnson was selected as a member of the Executive Committee of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Visualization and Graphics. Johnson serves on several international journal editorial boards, as well as on advisory boards to several national and international research centers.

Awards1992, Young Investigator's Award from the NIH 1994, the NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award 1995, the NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow award from President Clinton. 1996, a DoE Computational Science Award, 1997, the Par Excellence Award from the University of Utah Alumni Association and the Presidential Teaching Scholar Award. 1999, the Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology from Governor Michael Leavitt. 2003, the Distinguished Professor Award from the University of Utah. 2004, elected a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. 2005, was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 2009, elected a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics ], received the Utah Cyber Pioneer Award]. 2010, the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence from the University of Utah and the IEEE Visualization Career Award 2012, the IEEE Computer Society Charles Babbage Award. 2013, the IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award "For outstanding contributions and pioneering work introducing computing and visualization into many areas of biomedicine."

2014, elected an IEEE Fellow in recognition of his leadership in scientific computing and scientific visualization. BooksHansen, Charles D.. E. Kaufman. Scientific Visualization: Uncertainty, Multifield and Scalable Visualization. Mathematics and Visualization. Springer. ISBN 978-1-4471-6496-8. Hansen, Charles D.. C. D. Hansen. R. Johnson; the Visualization Handbook. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-12-387582-2. ArticlesM. Kern, A. Lex, N. Gehlenborg, C. R. Johnson. Interactive Visual Exploration and Refinement of Cluster Assignments. Journal of BMC Bioinformatics, vol. 18, no. 406, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12859-017-1813-7, 2017. M. Chen, G. Grinstein, C. R. Johnson, J. Kennedy, M. Tory. Pathways for Theoretical Advances in Visualization. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, pp. 103–112, July, 2017. M. Larsen, K. Moreland, C. R. Johnson, H. Childs. Optimizing Multi-Image Sort-Last Parallel Rendering. Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Large Data Analysis and Visualization, pp. 37–46, 2016. B. Hollister, G. Duffley, C. Butson, C.

R. Johnson. Visualization for Understanding Uncertainty in Activation Volumes for Deep Brain Stimulation, in Proceedings of the IEEE Eurographics Conference on Visualization 2016, Editors: K. L. Ma G. Santucci, J. van Wijk, pp. 37–41, 2016. P. Rosen, B. Burton, K. Potter, C. R. Johnson. MuView: A Visual Analysis System for Exploring Uncertainty in Myocardial Ischemia Simulations, In Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences III, Edited by L. Linsen, B. Hamann, H. C. Hege, Springer, pp. 45–65. 2016. X. Tong, J. Edwards, C. Chen, H. Shen, C. R. Johnson, P. Wong. View-Dependent Streamline Deformation and Exploration, In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, vol. 22, no. 7, pp. 1788–1801, 2016 H. De Sterck, C. R. Johnson. Data Science: What Is It and How Is It Taught?, In SIAM News, SIAM, July, 2015. Genton, M. G.. "Surface boxplots". Stat Journal. 3. Pp. 1–11. Jiao, F.. M.. "Uncertainty Visualization in HARDI based on Ensembles of ODFs". Proceedings of 2013 IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium.

Pp. 193–200. PMC 3898522. PMID 24466504. Wang, D.. "Inverse Electrocardiographic Source Locali

Bob Forsch

Robert Herbert Forsch was an American right-handed starting pitcher who spent most of his sixteen years in Major League Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals before finishing his playing career with the Houston Astros, he was a member of the 1982 World Series Champions and National League pennant winners in 1985 and 1987. A twenty-game winner in 1977, he is third amongst all Cardinals pitcher in victories with 163, he is the only player in team history to pitch more than one no-hitter, achieving it twice in 1978 and 1983. He and Ken Forsch are the only brothers to have each performed the feat in the majors. Forsch graduated from Hiram Johnson High School in Sacramento and attended Sacramento City College, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 26th round of the 1968 Major League Baseball draft as a third baseman, eight rounds after his brother was selected by the Houston Astros, his batting records as an infielder-outfielder were.224 for the Sarasota Cards in 1968.203 for Lewiston in 1969.235 for Modesto in 1969.149 for Modesto in 1970.133 for Lewiston in 1970, and.088 for Cedar Rapids in 1970.

He compiled a.223 batting average with four home runs before he was converted to a pitcher with the Cards' low A affiliate, the Lewiston Broncs, in 1970. Forsch went 41-37 with a 3.96 earned run average over four and a half seasons pitching in their farm system. Forsch was called up to St. Louis midway through the 1974 season. Making his major league debut in the first game of a doubleheader at Riverfront Stadium, he lost a pitchers' duel with Tom Carroll and the Cincinnati Reds, he shut out the Atlanta Braves in his second start to earn his first major league victory, but his most memorable pitching performance of the season came on September 30 against the Montreal Expos. In the second to last game of the Cardinals' season, needing a win to remain tied with the Pittsburgh Pirates atop the National League East, Forsch carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, he ended up with a complete game three-hitter for his fourth consecutive win. Forsch was a twenty-game winner in 1977, he pitched his first career no-hitter on April 16, 1978 against the Philadelphia Phillies with the help of a questionable ruling by official scorer Neal Russo of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on a Ken Reitz error off the bat of Garry Maddox.

Regardless, his record stood at 3-0 with a 0.71 ERA following the game, things began to unravel for Forsch shortly afterwards. After a May 11 three hit shutout against the Los Angeles Dodgers improved his record to 6-2, Forsch went 5-15 with a 4.07 ERA the rest of the way to end the season at 11-17. After nine seasons in the majors, Forsch made it to the postseason for the first time in his career in 1982, he earned his first career save on May 15 against the Atlanta Braves. He got the game one start in the 1982 National League Championship Series, held the Atlanta Braves to three hits while striking out six, he went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored. He lost both of his World Series starts against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Cardinals still won the series in seven games. After going 15-9 with a 3.48 ERA in 1982, his record fell to 10-12 with a 4.28 ERA the following season as the defending World Champions dipped to 79-83 and fourth place in the NL East. One of the few bright spots for his club came on September 26, 1983, when Forsch pitched his second career no-hitter, this time against the Montreal Expos.

He became, at the time, just the 25th pitcher to throw more than one career no-hitter, the only Cardinals pitcher to accomplish the feat. His career nearly came to an end when he required back surgery during the 1984 season to relieve pressure on a nerve on his lower back, after sitting out three months, he was able to return to the mound. Forsch's final win of the 1985 season was a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs on October 4 to clinch a first place tie with the New York Mets, as they and the Mets battled for first place in the NL East all season; the Cards ended up winning the division by three games, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1985 National League Championship Series. With the Kansas City Royals representing the American League in the World Series, 1985 was the first time two teams from the same state faced off in a World Series since 1974, the first time two teams from Missouri faced each other since the 1944 World Series; the Royals beat the Cardinals in seven games for the franchise's first World Series title.

Forsch went 0-1 with an 8.53 ERA in his second postseason. Forsch made headlines during the 1987 National League Championship Series, which pitted the Cards against the San Francisco Giants; the Giants led the series after Game 2, owing in part to the batting prowess of outfielder Jeffrey Leonard, who scored nine runs and five RBIs during the series. The Cardinal fans were enraged with Leonard's "one-flap down" routine of running the bases, his "Cadillac" home run trot. While pitching to Leonard in the fifth inning, Forsch famously hit Leonard in the back with a fastball; this created a stir in the St. Louis press, which began calling Leonard "both flaps down". Forsch unconvincingly commented, "Just trying to come inside"Forsch was 9-4 with a 3.73 ERA in 1988 when he was traded just before the waiver trade deadline to the Houston Astros, who were making a playoff push in the National League West. Forsch pitched poorly for the Astros, going 1-4 with a 6.51 ERA. Forsch re-signed with the Astros for 1989, went 4-5 with a 5.32 ERA splitting his time as a starter and relief pitcher in his final season before retiring.

Forsch was one of the better hitting pitchers of his era. He hit 12 career home runs, batted.308 in 1975, won the inaugural Silver Slugger

S├ębastien Faure (footballer)

Sébastien Faure is a French footballer who plays as a defender for MDA Chasselay. He has represented France at various age levels. Faure was born in the second arrondissement of Lyon and was with Lyon from when he was a child starting off in the club's academy until 2012. Faure became active in the squad at the start of the 2008–09 season, he was promoted to the first-team squad where he was given the number 36 shirt and began participating in Lyon's pre-season tour. Faure appeared in three of the team's five matches starting one against Rapid Bucureşti and appearing as a substitute in matches against Monaco and Nîmes Olympique, he made his professional debut on 11 November 2008 against Metz in the 2008–09 edition of the Coupe de la Ligue starting in the centre back position alongside the Brazilian Cris. The match resulted in a 3–1 loss with Faure playing the full 90 minutes and picking up a yellow card. In December 2011, Faure suffered a broken toe. During January 2012, Faure was linked with a move to FC Nantes.

He joined FC Nantes on loan, but suffered pain from his previous broken toe injury and returned to Lyon, where he remained until the end of his contract in the summer of 2012. After being released by Lyon at the end of his contract. Faure was linked with a move to fellow French Ligue 1 club Evian TG. Faure joined English club Leeds United on trial and played in their 2–0 win over Alfreton Town on 21 July. Faure joined Rangers on a three-year deal pending international clearance on 21 August 2012. After the move, Faure says, he made his debut against First Division side Falkirk in the Scottish League Cup on 30 August 2012. It was on 23 February 2013, when Faure scored his first senior goal; this came whilst playing Third Division Berwick Rangers and it contributed to a 3–1 win away from home. Faure had his first run out of the season in the 8–1 win over Clyde in the Challenge Cup on 18 August 2014, his performance was praised for his pace and effectiveness in a right wing back role, despite his preferred position being that of a centre back.

Faure left Rangers at the end of his contract in the summer of 2015. Faure has been active on the international circuit, he was a part of the under-17 team that finished runners-up at the 2008 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship and played with the under-18 squad making his debut in the Tournoi de Limoges. He was part of the French side that won the 2010 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship and was one of only 3 members of the squad to play every minute of every game at the finals as France defeated the Netherlands 4–1, Austria 5–0, drew 1–1 with England beat Croatia 2–1 en route to the final. In the final itself he made an important goal line clearance to stop Spain taking a two-goal lead with France running out 2–1 winners, he went on to feature in the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup for the under-20 team as the France side finished in fourth place. Rangers Scottish Third Division: 2013 Scottish League One: 2014 France UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship: 2010 Sebastien Faure at Soccerbase