Apr 172018
 
Custom Plugin Developers in the Zurich, Switzerland

When existing off-the-shelf plugins don’t work for you, you need custom plugins developed for you. Who does custom plugin development in Zurich, Switzerland? We do at http://interloperinc.com . Contact us and let us know what kind of plugin you need.

Apr 052018
 
Ecommerce Developers in Zurich, Switzerland

The success of your ecommerce business will largely depend on how well your site looks and how smoothly it functions. If you are a serious business, then you must have professionals design and develop your ecommerce website. Do you currently have a team of Ecommerce Developers and Designers in Zurich, Switzerland? If not, give us a call and let’s talk.

Mar 232018
 
MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic and C# developers in Zurich, Switzerland

Need an MS Access programmer, Excel, Visual Basic or C# developer in Zurich, Switzerland? Time and again you will need a professional developer to help you out and that’s where we at http://interloperinc.com come in handy. Contact us with your MS Access problems and let us help you out. We work on MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic, C# along with many other technologies.

Nov 092017
 
Switzerland edge closer towards qualifying for 2018 FIFA World Cup

Switzerland took a giant step towards qualifying for Russia 2018 on Thursday but needed a controversial penalty to earn a 1-0 win against stubborn Northern Ireland in the first leg of their World Cup play-off.Vladimir Petkovic’s team dominated the match at Windsor Park in Belfast but squandered a succession of chances as Michael O’Neill’s team held them at bay in a backs-to-the-wall performance.The key moment came with just over half an hour to go, when Xherdan Shaqiri’s volley from range was blocked by Corry Evans just a few yards away in the box and the referee pointed to the spot, even though the ball struck him on his shoulder as he took evasive action.Ricardo Rodriguez made no mistake from the penalty spot, sending Michael McGovern the wrong way as the visitors finally made their superiority count to put them in the driving seat in the two-legged tie.Shaqiri said he did not know whether it was a penalty or not.“I tried to get a shot on target and I don’t know if he touched it with his hand or not. In the end the referee gave the penalty,” he said. “That is football.“We controlled the game over 90 minutes, had a lot of possession and created chances. We played much better than Northern Ireland and deserved to win.”But O’Neill raged at the decision, saying he did not understand how the referee could award the spot kick.“The referee has no-one in his line of sight,” he said. “Corry’s arm isn’t in an [Read More…]

Feb 232017
 
Shiffrin eyes multiple medal haul at Pyeongchang

WASHINGTON: US alpine ski star Mikaela Shiffrin, who captured her third consecutive world slalom title last weekend in Switzerland, is looking at a possible multiple medal haul at next year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The 21-year-old American will defend slalom gold next February 13 in South Korea after winning at Sochi in 2014 at age 18, becoming the youngest Olympic slalom champion in history. “Performing at the Olympics is on a whole other level because it’s only once every four years. It sets you up for the rest of your career. So there is a lot more pressure,” Shiffrin said in a US Olympic Committee conference call. “It’s going to be a totally new feeling having won a gold medal and competed at an Olympics before. There are more expectations around me having won a gold medal. I sort of have to take it in stride.” But Shiffrin, who finished second in the giant slalom at this month’s world championships, said the worlds made her “think more about big competitions and my goals” for Pyeongchang, looking beyond her usual disciplines for medals in Super G and combined as well. “Downhill isn’t even out of the question either,” she said. “I’m trying to set myself up to be a medal contender in three or four events, which would really be incredible.” Click for detailed story

Oct 042016
 
Maria Sharapova to hear verdict on doping ban today

LAUSANNE: The world´s top sports court will rule Tuesday on Maria Sharapova´s appeal against her two-year tennis ban over doping. In a statement, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland said the verdict will be issued at 3:00 pm (1300 GMT). The 29-year-old Russian tested positive for the banned medication meldonium during January´s Australian Open. In a severe blow to her reputation, the infringement was revealed in March. The product had just been added to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list on January 1. The ruling had initially been expected in July, with Sharapova hoping to be reinstated in time for the Rio Games. But both Sharapova´s camp and the International Tennis Federation, which imposed the ban, needed further time in preparing their case. The five-time grand slam winner said she had been taking the substance for 10 years to help treat illnesses, a heart issue and a magnesium deficiency. She also claimed it had entirely escaped her attention that the product had been added to the banned substance list. Click for detailed story

Jun 212016
 

GENEVA: Elvis Presley’s gun licence, reported to be the only original document that includes all the legendary singer’s fingerprints, will be auctioned in Switzerland in July. The permit issued by the state of California in 1970 gives the musician’s name as Elvis Aaron Presley and includes a number of personal details: date of birth, height, driving licence and social security numbers, address, and lists his profession as “singer”. Elvis Presley’s guitar fetches $334,000 at New York auction It also details the guns that Elvis, who died in 1977 at the age of 42, was licenced to use and features the famous crooner’s signature. The document will be sold by the Galartis auction house in Montreux, on the edge of Lake Geneva at the “Music Memorabilia” sale on July 9 as part of the city’s 50th jazz festival. Galartis described the document as “incredible” and said it is the only one that includes a complete set of the singer’s fingerprints. The licence is expected to fetch between 40,730 and 45,250 euros ($46,124 to $51,243) when it goes under the hammer. Other items in the sale include a collarless mohair jacket worn by John Lennon at a concert at the London Palladium in 1963. Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ jacket goes on auction The famous item from the Beatles’ early years has the inscription “John” on the label and the tailor’s name, Dougie Millings, and is estimated to fetch between 108,600 and 135,750 euros. The only known painting by Jimi Hendrix is also up for [Read More…]

May 252016
 

GENEVA: Religious belief is no excuse for refusing to shake a teacher’s hand, Swiss regional authorities ruled Wednesday, reversing one school’s controversial decision to grant exemptions for Muslim students wary of touching the opposite sex. Parents or guardians of students who refuse to shake a teacher’s hand in the northern Swiss canton of Basel-Country could now face fines of up to 5,000 Swiss francs ($5,000, 4,500 euros), regional education authorities ruled. “A teacher has the right to demand a handshake,” they said in a statement. Outrage as Muslim pupils exempt from shaking female teachers’ hands in Swiss district The decision comes after a national uproar over revelations that a school allowed two brothers, aged 14 and 15, not to shake their teachers’ hands after they complained that doing so was counter to their religious beliefs if the teacher was a woman. They argued that Islam does not permit physical contact with a person of the opposite sex, with the exception of certain immediate family members. To avoid effectively permitting discrimination against female teachers, the school decided to exempt the boys from shaking hands with any of their teachers, regardless of sex. That decision — made independently by the school in the northwest Therwil municipality without involvement of the canton’s authorities or local officials — triggered an outcry across Switzerland, where the tradition of students shaking their teachers’ hands as a sign of respect is deeply entrenched. “The public interest concerning gender equality as well as integration of foreigners is far greater [Read More…]

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