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A narrow strip of the Rio Grande separates the two cities, whose combined population is more than 2 million people. From the Franklin Mountains in El Paso, the border is invisible. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – El Paso, Texas] While driving along Interstate 25 from Albuquerque on his way to Las Cruces, New Mexico, Rio Grande Bishop Michael Hunn spotted a billboard on the left-hand side of the road just south of Belen that almost made him crash his pickup truck.“I was so confused by the billboard. It said in broad letters, two sentences … ‘Heaven has a wall and strict immigration policies. Hell has open borders,’” said Hunn, who was then bishop-elect. “I almost wrecked the truck. … I had to slow down. … Does it really say that? I was so confused, and I’m still confused.”The billboard reminded Hunn, who before his election as bishop of the Diocese of the Rio Grande served as Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s canon for ministry within the Episcopal Church, that “for those of us in the church, part of the work of engaging and following Jesus Christ is always theological. And we are living in a society and in a culture where there are Christian people who go to church regularly who are interpreting their faith in such a way that they can buy a billboard that can say, ‘Heaven has a wall and strict immigration policies. Hell has open borders.’“If that sentiment is out there, if that theology is out there – and I think it’s real in all of our places – then it would make sense for us as Episcopalians, for us as Anglicans, to do some theological work,” said Hunn, on Nov. 18, in his sermon during the closing Eucharist of the first-ever Border Ministries Summit here in El Paso.About 60 people attended summit held Nov. 16-18 at the El Paso Marriott. Although the summit focused on border ministries carried out by dioceses that share a border with Mexico, attendees came from as far as Massachusetts. Once migrants or asylum-seekers cross the U.S. border, they often travel to other states to look for work or to reunite with family. The Diocese of the Rio Grande, which covers 40 percent of the U.S.-Mexico border, hosted the summit to bring together people engaged in borderland ministry to share experiences and to network.“About a year ago, I began to look at borderland ministries and asked what was going on in other dioceses,” said the Rev. Paul Moore, who chairs the Rio Grande Diocese’s Borderland Ministries and who organized the summit. The next summit will take place Nov. 14-16, 2019, in Tucson, Arizona.The summit coincided with migrant caravans’ continued arrival at the U.S.-Mexico border. Hundreds of Central American migrants began arriving Nov. 14 in Tijuana, Mexico, and other ports of entry. The caravans have been politicized in United States and in their Central American countries of origin, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, where one of the main drivers of migration – forced displacement by violence – is often denied. Here in the United States, President Donald Trump has called economic migrants and asylum-seekers an “assault on our country,” and his administration has deployed 8,000 troops to the border. The president has vowed to deny asylum claims of migrants who attempt to enter the United States illegally, meaning not through a designated point-of-entry.When living along the border, as people like Moore who has lived there for some 25 years know, it can feel like straddling two cultures, and border crossings, whether to shop or go to school, seek medical attention, look for work or reunite with family, occur every day. In fact, prior to 1996, people would cross the border easily to work and return home to their families. But when then-President Bill Clinton signed the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act, crossing became too dangerous and people began staying in the United States.The law, said Moore, “created a permanent population,” in some cases, separating families as people stayed in the United States to work and send money home to support them.For the past two years, Moore, who also serves as rector of Church of the Good Shepherd in Silver City, New Mexico, has celebrated the Eucharist on the Sunday closest to Mexico’s Mother’s Day, May 10, in the middle of the Rio Grande, straddling the U.S. and Mexico, near Lajitas, Texas. The Eucharist is part of an annual event that brings together people and briefly re-unites families on both sides of the border.The Eucharist is one of the many Episcopal-Anglican ministries happening along the border.On Nov. 17, representatives from the dioceses of Northern Mexico, West Texas, Arizona, San Diego, Western Mexico and the Rio Grande gave presentations. In McAllen, Texas, the Rev. Rod Clark, vicar of St. Peter & St. Paul in nearby Mission, hosts Taco Tuesdays, feeding hungry people. He also organizes immersions for people interested in learning about living on the border, and he provides outreach to border patrol agents, who often have a difficult, thankless job that can, at times, be misunderstood.The Diocese of West Texas has for a decade operated Fronteras Unidas, or “united borders,” providing continuing education to clergy on both sides of the border and providing microenterprise loans to women in southern Mexico.In Nogales, Mexico, the Rev. Rodger Babnew Jr., a deacon serving St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Arizona, along with a counterpart from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s Grand Canyon Synod, operates a five-facility, 780-person capacity shelter system. Since the caravans began arriving, 18 to 22 families have been leaving the shelter to request asylum at the border every day, whereas a two weeks ago, they would see three to five families leave the shelter per week.In San Diego, which borders Tijuana, Mexico, the busiest port of entry, where Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been releasing 75-100 asylum-seekers from detention daily at the bus station without assistance, Episcopalians have been supplying care packages with toiletries and other essentials, and they have brought in a mobile shower station.In Tucson, Episcopalians have been volunteering at Casa Alitas, a short-term shelter that offers migrants and asylum-seekers a place to stay before they board buses and planes to reunite with family in other parts of the country while awaiting their immigration hearing.These are just a sampling of the ongoing ministries Episcopalians for years have been engaging in along the border. Given the media coverage devoted to the caravan, it can be easy to forget that some thousands of people arrive at the U.S. border every day. In 2017, an average 850 people were apprehended trying to cross the border illegally; however, that number is down from an average 1,983 in 2007, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.For example, hundreds of people left El Salvador on Oct. 31 in three separate caravans, but as El Salvador Bishop David Alvarado said during a Nov. 18 presentation about root causes of migration, between 200 and 300 people depart daily from El Salvador, one of the most violent countries in the world.Across Central America’s Northern Triangle, a region that includes El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, more than 700,000 people have been forcibly displaced by violence. And it’s a global phenomenon affecting a record 68.5 million people worldwide.The Episcopal Church’s Washington, D.C.-based Office of Government Relations compiled “A Faithful Response to the Caravan: Five Things to Know.”Between presentations by dioceses, the summit’s workshops focused on social work, immigration law, combatting racism, and the Episcopal Church’s immigration, migration and refugee advocacy and engagement at the federal level.“The church’s official policy positions on immigration date as far back to resolutions in the 1930s calling for the loosening of restrictive and racially discriminatory immigration policies, and then throughout the 20th century urging parishes to participate actively in sponsoring refugees for resettlement and civil rights protections for undocumented immigrants,” explained Lacy Broemel, the Episcopal Church’s refugee and immigration policy analyst.Broemel works out of the Episcopal Church’s Washington, D.C.-based Office of Government Relations, which represents the church’s policy priorities, as determined mainly by General Convention and Executive Council resolutions, to the U.S. government. Resolutions, she said, focus on several themes, including family unity; challenging discrimination and racism inherent in many restrictive immigration policies; offering long-term and stable policy solutions for immigrants through a pathway to citizenship; protecting human rights and due process; offering protections for refugees; uplifting LGBTQ refugees and immigrants; and addressing root causes of migration by promoting peace and development.“The church recognizes that the U.S. has legitimate security needs, but we can be both compassionate and sensible. The church recognizes that immigrants and refugees bring gifts that enhance our church and nation,” said Broemel. “And it’s important to note that the Episcopal Church is not only walking alongside refugees and immigrants through these official policies, but we are a church comprised of refugees and immigrants. Dreamers, refugees and other immigrants are a part of the church’s work in ministry, advocacy and engagement with all immigrants.”During his sermon at the close of the summit, Hunn pointed out that, beginning with Adam and Eve, “pretty much the first thing that happens to humanity is that we’re displaced.” He then pointed to the examples of Cain and Abel, Abraham and Sarah, Moses, Mary, Joseph and Jesus, all of whom were forced to flee, exiled or made refugees. Hunn’s words echoed those of former Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, who now serves as assisting bishop in the Diocese of San Diego and gave the summit’s keynote address on Nov. 16.“The biblical narrative takes us from cosmic creation, including humanity, to earthlings planted in a garden for a season,” said Jefferts Schori. “Their yearning for knowledge sets them on an ages-long search for home; we, their heirs, are still looking. God sends Abram and Sarai out of Haran in search of a new home. They get to Canaan and keep moving, to Egypt, and then back again. Always there are struggles over who owns what and which terrain belongs to whom.“Yet eventually our ancestors began to tell our story as a search for home in God, along the straight road through the wilderness, a way of justice and peace. This is about more than a plot of land; it’s about opening your hand to neighbors, whether you love, tolerate or fear them. The prophets began to challenge us about neighbors everywhere, not just our tribal kin. We learned that we’re meant to love the strangers, widows and orphans and homeless, and the difficult ones. We began to dream of God’s Reign, and government that brings justice and peace everywhere, and a home where all can rejoice, give thanks and live in harmony and abundance.”– Lynette Wilson is a reporter and managing editor of Episcopal News Service. 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This is an edited transcript of remarks by Workers World Party First Secretary Larry Holmes at a “Build Global Solidarity With Venezuela” forum Jan. 31 in New York City.I want to say a little bit about Venezuela in the historical context of the struggle for revolutionary internationalism. We believe that it is a necessary and current discussion not just because of the U.S. attack on Venezuela but because of the entire global situation.Ten years ago Hugo Chávez and those closest to him tried to organize a meeting they hoped might usher in a fifth socialist international. They called this in Caracas in late 2009, with representatives from 30 countries and 50 parties, most of those probably from Latin America, but with representation from around the world.The maximum goal of an international was not achieved for complex reasons, but it was a hell of an achievement for Chávez. The meeting was called on the heels of the 2008 crash of the financial markets — that near-death experience for capitalism — and highlighted both the fact that the system was going downhill and the need to ramp up the struggle against capitalism.Chávez was one of the very few leaders who had the credibility and the stature to make such a call. And it was the first time a serious call for building a socialist international came from someone and someplace outside of Europe. That was historic in and of itself.But there was a practical and immediate motive. Hugo Chávez knew — just as Maduro knows, just as anyone who is in revolutionary leadership or ranks knows — that at any time their revolutionary project may face an imperialist war of one type or another, whether it’s economic, sanctions, starvation, military attack or covert sabotage.No one can direct the struggle in someone else’s country from the outside. But what responsibility do we have to Venezuela, from thousands of miles away? A lot! That’s internationalism!Role of Venezuela in global struggleTen years after Chávez advanced the idea of a new international, the need for internationalism is more urgent today.It is so clear that all our struggles are both separate and interdependent in the smaller world. What does globalization mean? It means that capitalism on a global basis is far more integrated that it has ever been in its entire existence. That also means that our struggles are far more interdependent than they have ever been in the history of the struggle for liberation, the class struggle, the struggle for socialism and revolution.The imperialists are globalists. We have to be thinking as revolutionary globalists. Now is the time to understand, concretely, practically, how interdependent our struggles are all over the world.There is a worldwide struggle against capitalism, which has never been more unpopular. There is a struggle against the rich with the Yellow Vests in France, the education workers rising up in the U.S., and the fact that Democratic presidential candidates have to even suggest taxing the 1%. There is a growing global revolt against the rich.This bodes well for our solidarity with Venezuela. If there was ever a time for the slogan, “There are no borders in the workers’ struggle,” now is the time. But it has to become more than a slogan. We have to find a way to make this practical and decisive.The struggle to defend the Bolivarian Revolution is the defining struggle at this moment. For one thing, it is a 20-year rebellion against the rich which imperialists would like to crush.This is the defining struggle, not just for the Venezuelans but on a global basis. If you really want to fight for socialism — if you want to get an idea of what a real revolutionary struggle is, with high stakes, where you are fighting imperialism and possible military intervention — get involved in this struggle.Revolutionary potential in defending VenezuelaThis struggle is a reminder that every time oppressed people try to take control of their destiny, it’s akin to a slave revolt. And those who think they are rulers forever of this world cannot allow that. They will do anything to crush it.They are still wringing their hands and criticizing each other in the Pentagon and on Wall Street for allowing Cuba to live. In the wake of that, they decided that no other revolution will survive in what they consider to be their own “backyard.” But they can’t get away with it.February 23 will mark the one-month anniversary of this attempted U.S. coup. We are part of a coalition that feels this is a good day to come out everywhere — in the U.S. and globally — to defend the Bolivarian Revolution.Defending Venezuela means making a material difference in the rebellion against the rich. In the call for Feb. 23 is a demand that Wall Street make reparations for all their crimes against the Venezuelan people, oppressed people, the liberation movements and the working class of the world.This is a new year and a new international crisis. Let’s make Feb. 23 a revolutionary example of how forces with differences and different histories can come together and demonstrate that we understand that the world has entered a new stage of development. While it may be fraught with dangers, it is also full of revolutionary potential. Let’s push to see what victories we can gain.Long live the Bolivarian Revolution! Long live the rebirth of revolutionary internationalism — starting now!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Union members vs. white-supremacist Capitol mobUNITE HERE Local 25 called on hotels in the D.C. metro area to close or permit staff to opt out of reporting to work on Inauguration Day. Black Lives Matter activists stood in solidarity with the hotel workers union out of concern for the safety of workers, especially Black and Brown workers. Despite videos showing drunken, unmasked rioters in hotel lobbies on Jan. 6, several hotels owned by larger corporations, like Marriott, Hilton, Holiday Inn and the Hyatt, opted to remain open Jan. 20. These chains’ management worried about losing revenue, rather than guarding against harassment or dangers to their workers.The Association of Flight Attendants — CWA (AFA-CWA) won a victory when the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that unruly passengers will face fines and possible jail time. (tinyurl.com/y3a8hs8q) AFA-CWA International President Sara Nelson stated that anyone who participated in the “mob mentality” of the Jan. 6 riot should be placed on no-fly lists. (tinyurl.com/y3z86dvl) Major unions unanimously condemned the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. A few denounced it as a white-supremacist riot. Actors’ Equity proclaimed: “As a union and a democratic organization, we are appalled by this attack on the values we hold most sacred. The disgraceful scenes coming out of the nation’s capital have undermined America’s institutions and its standing in the world. Displays of the Confederate flag and other symbols of white supremacy and hate were meant to subjugate and terrorize people of color and those of certain faiths. This poison attacks the diverse membership of our union and the labor movement.”(tinyurl.com/yys4yemu) Communication Workers (CWA) President Chris Shelton issued a statement calling white supremacy “a poison that has been with us since the beginning of our country, and the confederate flag is its symbol, meant to subjugate and terrorize Black, Brown, Asian and Pacific Islander, and Indigenous people.” (tinyurl.com/y4tjax5y) The Retail Workers Department Store Union (RWDSU), National Nurses United (NNU), Service Employees International (SEIU) and United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers (UE) all characterized the Capitol mob as white supremacist. (Portside.org, Jan. 7)NYC Teamsters strike, win wage increase at Hunts Point MarketThe essential frontline workers in the Bronx, N.Y., stood up to their bosses and won. Hunts Point Market is the largest wholesale food distributor in the world, the major distributor for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and serves 49 states. As food shortages became a concern during the COVID-19 crisis, Hunts Point’s workers kept food moving during freezing winter cold and summer heat. These workers prevented a major blow to the country’s supply chain. Their labor prevented severe chronic hunger in cities facing high rates of critically ill COVID-19 patients. Several Hunts Point workers have died from COVID, and over 300 battled the disease. These workers never received hazard pay. The workers, all members of Teamsters Local #202, demanded a $1 an hour raise and better health care benefits. The multimillionaire bosses first countered by offering a measly 32-cent wage increase. These same bosses received $15 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loans at the start of the pandemic crisis. The workers, some with 20 years seniority, refused to put up with this inequality. Refusing to back down, the 1,400 Teamster warehouse workers and drivers hit the picket line Jan. 16, staying there 24/7, denying truck after truck an off-loading. On Jan. 18, NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio sent in the NYPD, some in riot gear, to break the picket line.Cops outnumbered strikers and protesters 2-to-1 and arrested six strikers for blocking the roadway. Since these essential workers are heroes, the people cried out immediately against the police action. Respect and support for the strikers grew, and hundreds of supporters joined the picket line, as other unions and organizations (including Workers World) showed solidarity. As shipments of potatoes and onions for McDonalds sat unloaded, the Hunts Point Market management conceded on Jan. 23, offering workers a 70-cents-an-hour raise in the first year, with a $1.85 bump by the third year. Additionally, workers need make no additional contribution for their family health care benefits. One striking worker held up a copy of “The Teamster Rebellion” by Farrell Dobbs, about how that union leader and revolutionary socialist organized truckers in Minneapolis. He said he’s reading the book because “it teaches you about how the union started. I wanna learn more. I wanna have more power. I want more people to have a union. Because without a union, we’re going to lose power in this country. So the more knowledge I get, the better I become.” Inspirational words indeed! Congratulations to Teamster Local #202 members. (Leftvoice.org, Jan. 22)CWA battles Lumen TechJeff Storey, multimillionaire CEO of Lumen Technologies, provides another example of corporate U.S. giving lip service to the Black Lives Matter movement. During the uprising against police terror and racism last year, Storey said that “we must be against racism and violence against Black People” and “value our differences as strengths for unification.” Empty words considering that Lumen Tech designated Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a paid holiday for non-union employees only. Union workers at Lumen (formerly known as CenturyLink) are represented by CWA Local 7777 in Denver, Colo. A delegation of African American workers from the Communications Workers petitioned Storey, asking that he designate the federal. MLK Day as a paid holiday for all Lumen workers. The letter was signed by 1,500 Lumen employees and community supporters. The union requests that Storey and Lumen management meet with them regarding racism at Lumen. (tinyurl.com/y6l979xg)This action reflects the upsurge in tech-industry labor organizing over the past year. The pandemic crisis has sharpened the focus on who is an essential worker — and the tech industry is included. As tech giants’ profits explode, like Lumen, Amazon and Google’s, workers are demanding more rights and a larger share of the pie.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
NewsLocal NewsPedestrian crossing sought for Shelbourne ParkBy Alan Jacques – May 29, 2017 1132 Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement Print Twitter TAGSCllr John CostelloelimerickLimerick City and County CouncilShelbourne Park Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LIMERICK City and County Council has been asked to provide a pedestrian crossing at the entrance to Shelbourne Park.Sinn Fein City North councillor John Costelloe said he had been approached by constituents who are having difficulty in crossing the road with their children due to the volume of traffic.“The park is a tremendous asset to parents and children in the area and is beautifully maintained by the council,” he said.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It was a joy to be in the park this week and see so many taking advantage of the fine weather. Many of our elderly residents also enjoy the park and are having difficulties crossing the road. It would be a shame is this resource was denied to some residents due to the lack of a pedestrian crossing.”A spokeswoman for the local authority said that while no documented request had been received by the council, they were planning to carry out location surveys to determine whether or not a controlled crossing was warranted.“No provisions have been made in 2017 traffic expenditure for this but if it’s warranted, we will begin consultation with the Gardaí to see if they will support it and then look for funding in 2018 estimates or perhaps other sources from 2017 works savings.”by Alan [email protected] Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Facebook Previous articleMissing Limerick teen found safe and wellNext articleN18 set to reopen following crash Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Home / Commentary / Save the Proof: Mailing Pre-Foreclosure Notices Rich Haber is Managing Partner of McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC’s mortgage servicing litigation practice in New York and New Jersey. Haber has over 20 years’ experience handling mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy actions, evictions, and related litigation. Haber has litigated thousands of contested foreclosures and title-related matters, and he regularly defends mortgage servicers from claims brought under state consumer fraud laws and federal statutes including FDCPA, TILA, RESPA, FCRA, and TCPA. February 25, 2019 3,219 Views Tagged with: 90-day past due Foreclosure mailing proof Pre-foreclosure notice Statute of limitations The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Save the Proof: Mailing Pre-Foreclosure Notices Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: Home Prices and the “Bifurcated Market” Next: Ravi Singh to Head Auction.com’s Tech Organization Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Brian P. Scibetta is Partner at McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC. His practice focuses on complex foreclosure and commercial litigation in New York and New Jersey, with an emphasis on appellate practice in both state and federal court. Scibetta also has experience in title disputes and post-foreclosure litigation. In particular, he has successfully litigated numerous matters in which the statute of limitations to foreclose has been the central issue. He prefers a creative approach to litigation, centered on problem-solving and finding a way to amicably resolve even the most challenging of disputes. in Commentary, Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, News 90-day past due Foreclosure mailing proof Pre-foreclosure notice Statute of limitations 2019-02-25 Radhika Ojha Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Subscribe One area of foreclosure law that continues to develop in New York relates to proof of mailing of required pre-foreclosure notices. There are generally two notices that must be sent prior to foreclosure; the 30-day breach notice contractually required by most mortgages, and the 90-day statutory notice required by RPAPL § 1304. Because the 30-day requirement is contractual and thus governed by whatever language exists in any given mortgage instrument, there is not a lot of case law specifically addressing these notices. However, the little that does exist suggests that the standard is comparable to the demonstration required for proving that the 90-day statutory notices were mailed. Service of the 90-day notice is considered a “condition precedent” to the commencement of foreclosure, and the burden lies with the foreclosing plaintiff to establish that the condition has been satisfied. See, e.g., CitiMortgage, Inc. v. Pappas, 147 A.D.3d 900 (2d Dept. 2017). What it takes to meet this burden is not consistent among the trial courts throughout New York and may vary depending on the county in which the property sits. To prove the mailing, there is no requirement of a “particular set of business records,” so long as the records offered are admissible under the business records exception to hearsay rule. The mailing “may be proved by any number of documents meeting the requirements of the business records exception to hearsay rule.” HSBC Bank USA, N.A. v. Ozcan, 154 A.D.3d 822 (2d Dept. 2017). Generally, an “affidavit of service” is required, made by someone with personal familiarity with the servicer’s mailing practices and procedures. See Pappas, supra; Bank of Am., N.A. v. Wheatley, 158 A.D.3d 736 (2d Dept. 2018).There are two paths to making the showing: 1) actual proof of mailing from the USPS; or 2) proof of an office practice or procedure designed to ensure notices are properly addressed and mailed. Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Mandrin, 160 A.D.3d 1014 (2d Dept. 2018); U.S. Bank N.A. v. Henderson, 2018 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 49999 (2d Dept. 2018). The former is far cleaner, though you must have both first class and certified proofs of mailings, as to each notice delivered to each address. In many instances, proof of each specific mailing is not available. The latter is also difficult to prove, as there is very little guidance regarding what specifically is required to demonstrate proof of an office practice or procedure. Certain cases also seem to tie in this requirement with whether the affiant has personal knowledge of the mailing and/or the affiant’s personal familiarity with the mailing practices. See Henderson, supra.; U.S. Bank N.A. v. Richards, 155 A.D.3d 522 (1st Dept. 2017); Nationstar Mortg. LLC v. Cogen, 159 A.D.3d 428 (1st Dept. 2018); See TD Bank, N.A. v. Leroy, 121 A.D.3d 1256 (3d Dept. 2014). Successful litigants often prevail with a combination of actual proof from the USPS, internal business records corroborating the mailing, and testimony as to the office practice and procedure. See Ozcan, supra; Nationstar Motg. LLC v. LaPorte, 162 A.D.3d 784 (2d Dept. 2018); CitiMortgage, Inc. v. Wallach. Conclusory and unsubstantiated statements that the notice was mailed are insufficient. See Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Toral, 2018 NY Slip Op 31659(U) (Sup. Ct. Suffolk Cty. July 19, 2018).Failing to strictly comply can lead to dismissal of the case, even if the borrower does not contest (i.e., courts often raise the issue on their own). A dismissal late in the case for failure to prove strict compliance can have disastrous consequences–especially if the statute of limitations threatens a potential restart. The most successful mitigation against this possibility is the use of the best possible mailing proofs and continued affiant training on mailing practices and procedures. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Brian Scibetta Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago About Author: Rich Haber
Google+ Pinterest LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota The search in County Monaghan for the body of one of the disappeared who’s been missing for 37 years continues today.The Independent Commission for the Location of Victims Remains has confirmed a 10 to 12 week search for the body of Tyrone teenager Columba McVeigh is underway at the site near Emyvale.19-year-old Columba Mc Veigh from Donaghmore was abducted and murdered by the IRA in 1975.A previous dig at Bragan Bog got underway last April following new information received by the Commission.However, it ended without success in May.This operation is in the same area, and is being described as an extension of the earlier search. Preparatory work was done yesterday at the site, with the expectation that a dig will begin today.It is anticipated that the latest operation will last for approximately 10 to 12 weeks, depending on weather conditions.The teenager’s mother, Vera McVeigh, who campaigned tirelessly for the return of his body, died five years ago, aged 82.So far, the Commission has found the bodies of nine of the sixteen so-called ‘Disappeared’. Search of body of Tyrone teenager to resume in Monaghan today Twitter By News Highland – September 18, 2012 Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also News 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Pinterest Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Twitter Facebook Previous articlePublic urged to pay Household Charge to avoid Council funding cutsNext articleUp to 50 events planned for Social Inclusion Week in Donegal News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme
We review theoretical and numerical studies of VLF triggered emissions generated by manmade signals propagating in the whistler mode in the magnetosphere. Instead of listing all the past studies on the subject we select some of those works which give important ideas and the theoretical basis for future studies. The main purpose of the paper is to clarify what problems remain unresolved and to make suggestions for future studies. We first describe the phenomenon of VLF triggered emissions and give a brief review of experiments and observations. We then summarize the basic physics of VLF wave-particle interactions, which is indispensable for an understanding of the triggering mechanisms. We review important ideas and theories, as well as numerical models so far employed, summarize the present understanding of the phenomenon and consider briefly those problems which need further study. Especially, we focus our attention on numerical simulations whose capabilities in nonlinear physics are increasing with the increasing power of supercomputers.
October 30, 2019 /Sports News – National Baker Mayfield ‘frustrated’ by losing, has tense exchange with reporter FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Allen Kee / ESPN Images(CLEVELAND) — Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield abruptly ended a media session on Wednesday after a reporter asked him about the team’s sense of urgency in last week’s loss to the New England Patriots.Discussing the team’s final possession of the first half of that game, Mayfield told Tony Grossi, a reporter for 850 WKNR, an ESPN Radio affiliate in Cleveland to “Stop saying ‘but.’ I just told you the clock was running and we had a penalty.”“You want to give them the ball back? No. You don’t play, you don’t know it. That’s just plain and simple.”When asked if he was pleased with the drive, Mayfield got agitated, saying “Was I happy with the drive? No, we didn’t score points. The dumbest question you could ask. What? Jesus, Tony.”Minutes later, Mayfield tweeted about the situation. “Don’t call it emotional when it’s convenient and passion when it fits. I care about winning, so yeah I’m frustrated.”“If I was to act like it’s okay to lose, then y’all would say I’ve gotten complacent. My sense of urgency is at an all time high,” Mayfield said. “And if I offend anybody along the way…that’s too bad.”The Browns have disappointed to start the season, winning just two of their first seven games. That after the team was a trendy pick to win the AFC North division. Mayfield, meanwhile, has been at the center of those struggles, having thrown the most interceptions of any quarterback this season. Cleveland faces the Denver Broncos on the road this Sunday. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by
April 24, 2018 US Navy littoral combat ship USS Coronado (LCS 4) has successfully completed operational testing of the Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) System, the navy has announced.This second phase of testing for Coronado, which began shortly after completion of developmental testing, Feb. 22, involved in port and underway operations with support from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 21 and Mine Countermeasure Detachment 6.“The crew onboard was the perfect fit to conduct this testing,” said Danny Lunden, test director for Mine Countermeasure Mission Package, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division. “We all worked so well together and did so in such a short amount of time.”The operational testing included identifying possible landing zones for amphibious forces, detecting mines, and locating obstacles that would prevent forces from entering mission critical areas.Personnel used both an MQ-8B Fire Scout and a MH-60 Sierra to process information and plan beach zone operations. As well, the testing required an upgrade to the Fire Scout and Mission Package Computing Environment to support the coastal mine reconnaissance missions.Designated LCS testing ships, of which Coronado is one, are single-crewed and focus solely on testing hardware, software and concepts of operations for specific mission modules in order to develop the best tactics and doctrine within each ship’s specified warfare area.Sailors assigned to the test ships say they are excited to be part of shaping the future of LCS.“This was an incredible and ground-breaking experience for myself and the mission package detachment,” said Chief Mineman Lindsey Wolghemuth, mine detachment chief petty officer. “We get to see how LCS can not only rapidly respond, but how diverse each mission can be on each platform.” Authorities USS Coronado wraps up COBRA coastal mine detection system operational testing View post tag: US Navy View post tag: LCS View post tag: Cobra Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Coronado wraps up COBRA coastal mine detection system operational testing Share this article
Back to overview,Home naval-today CMV-22B Osprey Carrier Onboard Delivery wing set up in San Diego Share this article Authorities October 11, 2019, by The US Navy established Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Wing (COMVRMWING) 1 in a ceremony aboard Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, on October 10.Capt. Dewon Chaney assumed command of the new wing and will be the first commodore to take on the integration and implementation of the CMV-22B Osprey into fleet operations.The mission for the wing will be to conduct high priority cargo and passenger transport services in support of aircraft carrier strike groups and task forces.“Sailors and Marines have worked hard to ensure the mission capability of these aircraft, and the opportunity to lead this group is a privilege,” said Chaney, a career helicopter pilot with extensive experience piloting four different Navy aircraft. “This community’s stand up is a joint endeavor, and will bring unmatched capability to a carrier strike group near you.”The CMV-22B Osprey is a variant of the MV-22B and is the replacement for the C-2A Greyhound for the Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) mission. The Osprey is a tiltrotor aircraft that can take off and land as a helicopter but transit as a turboprop aircraft, and the airframe recently surpassed the threshold of 500,000 flight hours.Osprey, with its increased range, speed and payload capabilities will provide the Navy with significant increases in capability and operational flexibility over the C-2A, which has served the fleet since 1965. CMV-22B operations can be either shore-based, expeditionary or sea-based.Vice Adm. DeWolfe Miller, commander, Naval Air Forces, was the principal speaker at the event and said Naval Aviation is peaking, and the carrier air wing of the future is coming soon.“The aircraft carrier remains the centerpiece of naval power, and carrier strike groups bring unparalleled power to the fight” said Miller, the Navy’s ‘Air Boss’. “No other weapons system has the responsiveness, endurance, battlespace awareness, and command and control capabilities of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, its embarked air wing and accompanying ships.”Miller continued to say that as our adversaries evolve, so must our ships, aircraft training and tactics; the COD mission has played a pivotal role for carriers since the first TBM Avenger in World War II, and the C-2 Greyhound has filled that role admirably since 1965.“The CMV-22 Osprey is not only part of our future,” emphasized Miller. “It’s part of our ‘now’ that’s going to be provided in every subsequent squadron that transitions.”A year ago, the Navy established the first CMV-22 squadron (VRM-30) and plans are in the works to establish a sister squadron on the east coast.The first deployment for VRM-30 is currently planned for 2021 aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), and officials say the complete transition from the venerable Greyhound to the newer and more modern CMV-22B Osprey is expected by 2028.Photo: Bell Boeing View post tag: US Navy CMV-22B Osprey Carrier Onboard Delivery wing set up in San Diego View post tag: CMV-22 View post tag: Cod navaltoday
Former Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and his band Saucerful of Secrets were at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Thursday night for the latest stop on their North American tour. Unbeknownst to fans in the audience, the band, which performs Pink Floyd material from their pre-Dark Side of the Moon era, Roger Waters was also in the venue last night, and gave everyone a joyous surprise when he came out to sing on “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” towards the latter half of the set. The song originally appeared on the band’s 1968 album, A Saucerful of Secrets.Related: Forty-Two Years Later, The Message Of Pink Floyd’s “Animals” Still ResonatesThe rare reunion between former bandmates (the two’s first since 2011) began following an introduction of Waters to the stage by Mason, who banged away on a gong located behind his drumset during an ominous red-themed opening. The audience gradually erupted into applause as Waters made his way onto the stage to share a hug with his old friend. The thrilling performance of the mystic rock tune stretched out to a mesmerizing 13-minutes in length, with Waters finding his way over to the gong after finishing the song’s lyrical section. Fans can check out the video below to watch the entire reunion performance from Thursday’s show.Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets with Roger Waters – “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun”[Video: allbearsrule]Waters would reportedly return to the stage to take a bow with the band following the show’s encore.Tickets for Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets’ sold-out return to the Beacon Theatre on Friday are likely in pretty high demand on the secondary market today following last night’s thrilling guest sit-in. The band will then head to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. this weekend for the final two shows of their winter/spring tour.[H/T BrooklynVegan]
The Harvard Department of Biostatistics has announced that Jesse Berlin will be this year’s recipient of the annual Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award. Berlin is the vice president of epidemiology at Janssen Research & Development LLC. He will be presented with the award and will deliver a lecture on Oct. 31, preceding the kickoff of the 2013 HSPH Alumni Weekend and the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Boston.The Lagakos Distinguished Alum award is given in recognition of Berlin’s achievements in education, scientific collaboration, and statistical methodology as well as his leadership in the pharmaceutical industry.For more information.
For most animals, the scent of rotting meat is powerfully repulsive. But for others, such as carrion-feeding vultures and insects, it’s a scent that can be just as powerfully attractive.The question of why some animals are repelled and others attracted to a particular scent, scientists say, gets at one of the most basic and poorly understood mysteries in neuroscience: How does the brain encode likes and dislikes?Harvard scientists say they’re closer to unraveling that question with the discovery of the first receptors in any species evolved to detect cadaverine and, two of the chemical byproducts responsible for the distinctive — and to most creatures repulsive — smell of rotting flesh. The study is described in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.“This is the first time we’ve identified a receptor for these chemicals,” said Associate Professor of Cell Biology Stephen Liberles, a senior author of the paper. “The larger question we’re interested in is: What does it mean that something is an aversive or attractive odor? How are likes and dislikes encoded in the brain? Understanding the receptors that respond to those cues could give us a powerful inroad to understanding that.”Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Zecai Liang with Liberles in his lab. Liberles is trying to unravel the scent question: How are likes and dislikes encoded in the brain?Though researchers have long understood that olfaction involves receptors, which detect odors and in turn activate brain neurons, Liberles, together with Nobel laureate Linda Buck, recently discovered a second family of receptors, dubbed trace amine-associated receptors, or TAARs.Though fewer in number than other odorant receptors — mice, for example, have 15, versus more than 1,000 odorant receptors, while humans have 350 receptors and just six TAARs — Liberles said the functions of the TAARs remained largely unknown.“We knew they were olfactory receptors, but we didn’t know what ligands might activate them,” Liberles said of the TAARs. “We know in the taste system there are different families of receptors for bitter and sweet, so we thought the TAARs might be doing something specific in olfaction.”To understand how the TAARs function, researchers sought to identify scents that would activate them, hoping they might offer clues into why a second olfactory system evolved. In recent years, scientists working in Liberles’ lab identified odors that activated six TAARs in mice and seven in rats, nearly all of which were highly aversive.To check TAARs in fish, Liberles’ team worked with colleagues in Germany to implant olfactory receptors in cell cultures and test them against hundreds of possible odorants, hoping to identify which ones activated the receptor.What the researchers discovered, Liberles said, was that one particular receptor appeared to act as a sensor for diamines — a class of chemicals that include cadaverine and putrescine — nearly all of which are notoriously foul-smelling. Later tests using live zebrafish showed that when researchers marked part of a fish tank with the scent of rotting fish, the fish were highly likely to avoid the area.“What’s also interesting is that this odor — like the predator odor we identified in mice — was aversive the very first time the animal encountered it,” Liberles said. “That suggests the aversion is innate — it’s not learned — and that it involves genetic circuits that are genetically predetermined, that exist, dormant, in the animal waiting for it to encounter the odor.“You might like the smell of baking cookies, but it’s only because you’ve learned to associate it with their taste, or the sugar rush you get from eating them,” he continued. “But this aversion is there from birth. That suggests there is some developmental mechanism underlying these circuits. The question is, what is that?”Though researchers have thus far only shown that the TAARs are activated by amines, Liberles said it’s unlikely that is their only role in olfaction.“We’ve been hunting for a unified theme for what the TAARs might be doing,” he said. “One model is that they’re amine receptors, and another is that they’re all encoding for aversion. I don’t think either is quite correct. I think they may have started as amine receptors, but they have since evolved to do other things.”Understanding how odorants like cadaverine and putrescine work in the olfactory system could also shed light on why some scents — such as rotting meat — repel some creatures, but attract others.“Species-specific behavioral responses suggest that somehow the neural circuits are changing from species to species,” Liberles said. “For instance, tests in our lab have shown that trimethylamine is attractive to mice, but highly aversive to rats. Something similar might be happening with cadaverine.“How does that happen? It’s not known,” he continued. “We don’t understand, as a field, how aversive and attractive odors are differentially processed … but identifying the receptor gives us a handle on the neural circuits that are involved. Now that we have the receptor, we can ask basic questions about aversion and attraction circuitry in general. From there, we can begin to understand how attractive and aversive stimuli are differentially encoded, and cadaverine is about as aversive as you can get.” <a href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaC2P7IU8dU” rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”> <img src=”https://img.youtube.com/vi/oaC2P7IU8dU/0.jpg” alt=”0″ title=”How To Choose The Correct Channel Type For Your Video Content ” /> </a>
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers are calling upon police in all states to improve their reporting of crashes involving vehicles and bicycles, according to a new study. Currently, details on crashes are handwritten by police on paper and there are few bicycle-relevant codes. The researchers are calling for police to use electronic tablets that would include more options to gather bicycle-specific data, such as drawings of the scene and additional codes that could indicate, for example, if the bicyclist was riding inside a painted bike lane and ran into a driver’s open car door. This detailed information about each vehicle/bicycle crash could be automatically uploaded into spreadsheets for later analysis. Analysis, especially when combined with big data, could then guide the building of safer bicycle environments, encouraging more people to cycle, the authors said.The study was published online April 2, 2015 in Injury Prevention.“Self-driving cars have been invented and apps tell cyclists of approaching vehicles but the vehicle/bicycle crash details are still hand written and drawn on the police crash report template, making crash analysis labor-intensive. To equal other technological advancements and improve the safety of bicyclists, multiple bicycle-crash-scene codes should be created for immediate data entry,” said co-author Anne Lusk, research scientist in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard Chan. Read Full Story
IDC has released a new report naming Cisco the No. 1 vendor in the Americas x86 blade server market. Five years ago, Cisco revolutionized the data center with the introduction of the Unified Computing System (UCS). Through continued innovation and a strong partner ecosystem, Cisco UCS is recognized as the industry leader, providing a key foundational component of VCE Vblock Systems. Check out this video from Chris Sullivan, VCE VP of global channels & investor alliances, for perspective on why UCS has been a knockout success only a few years after its introduction.
The Observer won third place in the Division I “Newspaper of the Year” category at the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) awards ceremony held Saturday at Indiana University in Bloomington. Staff members took home 20 other awards. Former Assistant Managing Editor Andrew Owens was named the Brook Baker Collegiate Journalist of the Year, making him the third Notre Dame student in four years to be honored. The award, which began in 1999, is named for a deceased student journalist at Vincennes University. Owens placed in the “Best Entertainment Feature Story” category as well, winning second for his Oct. 22 piece “College GameDay.” The Observer took second place in the “Best Single Issue” category for the Nov. 27 issue “Miami Bound,” published after the football team’s victory over USC. First place in the “Best Stand-Alone/Pullout Section” category went to The Observer’s “Pre-national championship coverage.” The 2011-12 Observer Editorial Board took first place in the “Best Staff Editorial” category for its April 27, 2012, piece “Jenky should issues a formal apology.” The former board also won second place in the same category for the Sept. 14, 2012 editorial “Getting serious about sexual assault.” Former Assistant Managing Editor Sam Stryker won second place in “Best News Feature Story” for “Gay students discuss coming out at Notre Dame,” the second in a three-part series in The Observer last year. Stryker also took third place in “Best Entertainment Feature Story” for his coverage of Student Union Board’s Seth Myers comedy show in September, titled “Seth Myers brings the laughs at Stepan.” 2011-12 Managing Editor Sarah Mervosh, class of 2012, won third place in the “Best Breaking News Reporting” category for “University addresses LGBTQ concerns,” published April 26, 2012. Assistant Managing Editor Matthew DeFranks took second place in “Best News or Feature Series” for “Waking the Echoes,” a series highlighting past Notre Dame football players and their lives after graduation. Scene Editor Kevin Noonan took second place in “Best Entertainment Column” for his piece on the film saga’s move to Disney, titled “Star Wars moves to the dark side.” Kirby McKenna, multimedia editor, won second place in “Best Feature Photo” for her August Boys Like Girls concert photo “Boys Like B1.” Former Multimedia Editor Sarah O’Connor took third place in the same category for her September photo “Seth Myers at Notre Dame.” Former Photo Editor Suzanna Pratt took first place in “Best Sports Photo” for her action shot during the Oct. 27 football game against Oklahoma, called “Statement win.” Second place in “Best Blog” went to “Observer Passport,” featuring the study abroad experiences of former Editor-in-Chief Allan Joseph, former Managing Editor Megan Doyle, Assistant Managing Editor Marisa Iati, Saint Mary’s Editor Kaitlyn Rabach, Photo Editor Grant Tobin, News Writer Mel Flanagan and Scene Writer Troy Mathew. O’Connor and Web Editor Kevin Song won first place in “Best Video” for “Bengal Bouts 2012,” showcasing the experiences of members of Notre Dame’s men’s club boxing team. Former Graphics Editor Brandon Keelean won first place in “Best Design of Black-and-White House Ad” for “Congratulations.” Keelean also took first in “Best Design of Full-Color House Ad” for “Final Four.” The Observer took third place in “Best Rate Card,” crediting Keelean, Joseph, Advertising Manager Emily Kopetsky and former advertising manager Monica McCormack. All four were also honored with first place in “Best General Media Kit.” Other University publications represented at ICPA were Scholastic, which took first place in “News Magazine of the Year,” Dome Yearbook, which won second place in the Division I “Yearbook of the Year” category and The Juggler, which took second place in “Literary Magazine of the Year.” The Observer’s award-winning submissions are available on its website, www.ndsmcobserver.com.
Last Thursday, Catherine “Cathy” Pieronek, an associate dean in the College of Engineering and the director of the women’s engineering program, passed away suddenly at the age of 52.According to College of Engineering Dean Peter Kilpatrick, Pieronek proved to be a champion of the women engineers on Notre Dame’s campus, but also on a national level. Students have recalled her dedication to the engineers and also to the school as a campus leader who sought to continually improve the University and, specifically, the College of Engineering.In an email, Kilpatrick described one of Pieronek’s large contributions to the women’s engineering program that dealt with residence halls. When Pieronek joined the engineering faculty in 2002, female enrollment in the college was lower than it was now, and each women’s residence hall only had “one to two” engineers living in it.“This meant that women who wanted to study with their classmates and other engineers would have to go to another residence hall (often a male residence hall) and when the parietals require women students leaving male dorms at midnight (despite whether the homework or studying was all finished), this placed a hardship on the women engineering students,” he said.“So Cathy, in concert with others in the College, got [the Office of Residence Life] to start clustering women engineers in fewer dorms so women could develop natural study partners in their own residence hall. This strategy, and many others, has led to a dramatic increase in both the retention and the numbers and percentages of women in engineering here at Notre Dame. We are now well over 30 percent, a remarkable increase in the last 10-plus years. Cathy played by far the dominant role in this transformation.”Kilpatrick and others recalled her tendency to be extremely direct with students in her role as an advisor.“I have so many memories of Cathy, but perhaps my favorite memory was when I shared with her recently how grateful a parent was for the direct and forceful advice that Cathy gave his son on the occasion of struggling academically and disciplinarily and the way the young man had been able to turn things around with Cathy’s support and encouragement,” he said. “Cathy gave me a simple ‘aw, shucks’ response and immediately deflected the accolade.“This was classic Cathy. She did what she did for our students because she was deeply committed and cared about them as persons. In this regard, Cathy taught us how to be fully human and fully Christian.”Senior Cecilia Ruiz said she met Pieronek when she was a first-year engineering student and member of the First Year Engineering Council.“What I remember the most is her passion to education and her devotion to her students,” Ruiz said in an email. “She touched many lives with her advice and picked up many of us who struggled through some of our semesters.“Always understanding, but firm, she encouraged me to continue in my endeavors and challenged all whose lives she touched to be the best version of themselves. I can’t think of a better role model to follow as an aspiring female aerospace engineer, and I am grateful for her presence in my life.”Senior Maggie Miller said her relationship with Pieronek began during her freshman year. She said Pieronek took an interest in her summer job with Notre Dame’s Introduction to Engineering Program and talked to her frequently throughout the summer.“Most of the conversations we would have were about how we could make the College better, how we could improve the perception of engineers on campus,” Miller said in an email. “This was especially pertinent to me as I have been heavily involved with various performing arts groups during my time at Notre Dame, and Cathy always took a surprising interest in this and in other students that were leaving their mark on campus in areas other than engineering. She wanted us to feel like we were students and to get away from seeing ourselves as nerds who could only sit in their rooms and study.“She fought relentlessly for the students in the College, and even though she was often very hard on struggling students they were always better for it. Tough love was definitely her approach, but it was in fact a deep love that she showed the students.”Miller said Pieronek was especially important for the women of the College, which she witnessed firsthand as a student representative on the College of Engineering Council.“I remember in one meeting looking around and realizing that Cathy and myself were the only women in the room of 20 or so other people, and Cathy always played a large role in running those meetings,” Miller said. “She became someone I very much wanted to emulate in her confidence and in her caring.”Senior Ryan Griffin said Pieronek cared about all her students in the College of Engineering, which led to a tough but rewarding mentoring style.“She expected you to own up to your mistakes and act like an adult,” Griffin said in an email. “But if you were capable of doing that, Cathy would match you every step of the way working with you, teachers, the department, advisors, you name it, in order to help you succeed. She was also an incredible mentor to the students who got close to her.“Those of us who were lucky enough to call her a mentor will forever treasure the advice she gave us and carry her words with us in our careers.”Tags: Cathy Pieronek, College of Engineering, SWE, Women’s engineering
Thirteen students from the class of 2015 have received fellowships this year from prestigious programs such as the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and the National Science Foundation, Dr. Jeffrey Thibert said.“This success is a testament to the outstanding undergraduate education that our students receive, not only in terms of their academic work but also in terms of the scholarly engagement activities that they pursue beyond the classroom both in the U.S. and abroad,” said Thibert, the assistant director of national fellowships for the Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE).“CUSE looks forward to continuing to work with the Class of 2015 as they become alumni — it’s never too late to apply for some of these fellowships, and every year, alumni receive major awards like the Rhodes Scholarship, the Gates Cambridge Scholarship or the Fulbright.”The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for international research or study projects and English teaching assistant programs, according to the program’s website. Nine seniors received Fulbright grants this year, and Notre Dame had 17 recipients as an institution, the most the University has ever had, Thibert said.Claire Donovan will travel to Togo in West Africa to research “Micronutrient Fortification and Maternal Health in Togo: A Model for Sustainable Aid” on a fellowship.Christina Gutierrez received the Fulbright/Casten Family Foundation Award to study at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy. Gutierrez is a Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar, as well as a Kellogg Institute International Scholar.(Editor’s note: Gutierrez is the business manager for The Observer.)A Kellog Institute International Scholar, Alexis Palá will be studying in Chile on a Fulbright.Three students earned English Teaching Assistantship grants from the Fulbright program: Leila Green, Kendra Reiser and Ryan Schultheis. Green will be teaching in South Africa, Reiser in Indonesia and Schultheis in Mexico.The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships provide funding for research-based study leading to a master’s or doctoral degree in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math), according to the Fellowships’ website.The program receives more than 16,000 applications for 2015 and awarded 2,000 fellowships.The three recipients of the fellowship were Ashley Armstrong, a mechanical engineer; Patrick Marino, a physics and mechanical engineering double major; and Annie Stephenson, a physics major.Tyler Barron, a sociology and American Studies double major, was awarded the Udall Native American Congressional internship. The internship provides American Indian and Alaska Native students an opportunity to understand the government-to-government relationship between Native Tribes and the federal government, the program’s website said. Barron is the first recipient from Notre Dame in the school’s history, Thibert said.Two students received the Austrian Teaching Assistantship, which provides graduates with an interest in Austrian students to work at secondary schools throughout Austria, the website said. Eric Donahue and Rachel Ruddick, both majors in biological sciences with minors in German, both declined for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.Eric Donahue also was awarded the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, German for ‘German Academic Exchange System’) Study Scholarship.CUSE encourages the class of 2015 to continue to apply for fellowships; alumni are eligible to apply for scholarships such as the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships, Thibert said.“These fellowship opportunities can significantly enhance a recipient’s profile while advancing their academic and professional trajectories in unique ways and connecting them to future leaders in a variety of fields,” Thibert said.To learn more about these opportunities, visit http://fellows.nd.edu/fellowships.Tags: Austrian Teaching Assistantship, Class of 2015, CUSE, DAAD Study Scholarship, Fellowships, Fulbright U.S. Student Program, NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, Udall Native American Congressional Internship
View Comments Nirvana formed in 1987 and went on to establish itself as one of the most famous grunge bands in the world, releasing a number of successful songs like “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” “Heart-Shaped Box,” “About A Girl,” “Come As You Are” and “Lithium.” Love has been embroiled in several legal battles with the surviving members of the band over song rights. Why did Love change her tune? She revealed that she had been “swarmed by tons of Nirvana fanmail and social media posts pushing for a musical to become a reality.” The key to the production getting off the ground? Love said that “there would have to be a story, and a great story, one that hasn’t been told before.” Broadway might be smelling like teen spirit! The Kurt Cobain bio-musical, which was reported to be in the works before the idea was quickly squashed by the late musician’s wife Courtney Love, is back on. Love spoke with NME as part of the magazine’s tribute to the Nirvana frontman and said that if she could get the right people involved “then a Broadway musical is very likely to happen.”
Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Phillipa Soo’s Next Eliza Hamilton ProjectHamilton’s Phillipa Soo is non-stop! The 2016 Tony nominee and future Amélie, who as we all know by now originated the role of Eliza in the Tony-winning tuner, will contribute a foreword to a new children’s picture book biography about her. “I have lived and breathed Eliza’s story for the past two years,” said Soo in a statement. “I could not be more thrilled to be included in her narrative for young readers.” Margaret McNamara’s Eliza: The Story of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton will be published in 2017 by Schwartz & Wade Books, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books.Juliet Stevenson & Lia Williams Switch It UpTwo queens. One in power. One in prison. It’s all in the execution. Juliet Stevenson (Truly, Madly, Deeply) and Tony nominee Lia Williams (Skylight) will trade the central roles of Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart, decided at each performance by the toss of a coin, in Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart at London’s prestigious Almeida Theatre. Adapted and directed by Robert Icke, the production is scheduled to play a limited engagement December 2 through January 21, 2017. Opening night is set for December 9.Emma Watson’s Cursed Child VisitEmma Watson went to see the West End’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, starring Noma Dumezweni as Hermione, and what she had to say about it was everything. “Some things about the play were, I think, possibly even more beautiful than the films,” she wrote in a Facebook post. “Meeting Noma and seeing her on stage was like meeting my older self and have her tell me everything was going to be alright, which as you can imagine was immensely comforting (and emotional)! The cast and crew welcomed me like I was family and Noma was everything I could ever hope she would be.” The play is currently in previews at the Palace Theatre, with the opening gala scheduled for July 30. If you fear you won’t be seeing the show anytime soon, the official script will be published on July 31. #KeepTheSecrets View Comments Phillipa Soo(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Phillipa Soo Star Files
The Agroforestry and WildlifeField Day Sept. 28 in Griffin, Ga., has something for everyone,whether you’re a forest landowner or a wildlife enthusiast.The event was previously calledthe Land Use and Forest Management Field Day. But the name andprogram have been changed to reflect the trend of landowners usingtheir land to make the most of the environment. This includesgrowing trees and crops together and allowing wildlife to flourishon the same property.ForHunters and Wildlife EnthusiastsFor hunters, the field day willoffer information on managing deer, wild turkey and bobwhite quail.Wildlife enthusiasts can learn about the benefits of attractingwildlife, creating a backyard habitat, controlling wildlife damageand managing threatened or endangered species.Forest landowners will benefitfrom the information on prescribed burning, forest health, marketingand selling timber, Georgia’s Forest Stewardship Program, bestmanagement practices for forest roads and annual pine straw removal.Those with wetlands on their propertywill want to attend the sessions on pond construction and renovation,waterfowl management and best management practices for streamsides.Leavell to Speakand EntertainChuck Leavell, 1998 American TreeFarm Program’s Outstanding Tree Farmer and keyboardist for theRolling Stones, will be guest speaker for the field day. Leavellwill also perform for the field day crowd during lunch.A $15 fee covers the presentations,lunch, a program booklet and field day hats to the first 300 registrants.The field day is sponsored by the University of Georgia Collegeof Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Warnell Schoolof Forest Resources, the Georgia Forestry Commission, U.S. Departmentof Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service and theGeorgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division.For more information, call (770)228-7318. Or visit the AWFD Web site at www.griffin.peachnet.edu/awfd.
Cooperative framework to fight crime In recent years, Panamanian authorities have focused on fighting money laundering to protect the country’s financial sector. By Dialogo December 11, 2015 And they said it wasnâ€™t so. Juanpa assures us the FARC are angels, that they donâ€™t have even a cent for victim reparations, shame on them. MAY MEXICO FREEDOM PEACE AND JUSTICE While the peace talks continue, these Colombian â€œFARCâ€ terrorists go on committing crimes here and outside of Colombia and if that werenâ€™t enough, theyâ€™re raising the cost of services and the VAT to support these scoundrels paid for by us, the Colombians.Definitely, President Santos, youâ€™ve screwed the country up. The cynicism of the â€œColombian revolutionary forcesâ€ FARC, is unheard of. How can a group call itself revolutionary when it is clearly a drug trafficking group? I am, openly, in favor of the peace process airing in Havana, Cuba. I maintain hope that in the FARC group there are still idealists who want a decent homeland, respectful of civil rights and a democratic model of governance. They themselves should denounce the drug traffickers comfortably embedded in their ranks. The rest of us, the Colombians, openly and sincerely, will unite to fight them.GermÃ¡n SÃ¡nchez Bernal If these FARC bandits arenâ€™t going to go to jail for all the crimes they have it’s useless while someone goes to jail for stealing a soup packet from a supermarket to make broth to satisfy their hunger. Which of the two has committed more crimes, itâ€™s anyoneâ€™s guess. Itâ€™s urgent for the communities to pressure their government leaders to unite in their actions and once and for all get rid of this scourge. It is important that those responsible in each country set up rules to keep public officials from getting involved in this scourge which are drugs. If that were to happen, an official would be banned for life from any public activity And where do you think the insurgent groups go to finance the wars. To the black market for all kinds of things: mining, oil, gas, weapons, drugs very interesting… What does your sour puss comment have to do with the article??? Where the laws are useless against those who steal the money from a country and go in pursuit of more money to be able to pay for their whims. MY FRIENDS, IT IS MY PERSONAL OPINION THAT WE WOULD SPEND LESS MONEY ON LEGALIZING THE USE AND CONSUMPTION OF DRUGS, BECAUSE I SEE AT THE RATE WEâ€™RE GOING, ITâ€™S A WAR WITH NO END. LETâ€™S DO A WORLD-WIDE STUDY AND YOUâ€™LL SEE Iâ€™M RIGHT. These terrorists have hurt us too much to be allowed to go on as if they had done nothing FOR GODâ€™S SAKE! SOMEONE DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE DAMN DRUGS THAT ARE KILLING OUR YOUTH The news are very good If controlling the mafias by legalizing the production and sale of alcohol helped the USA by taxing them and this way strengthening the economy. Why donâ€™t they legalize drugs, tax them, and sell them all over the place and theyâ€™ll put an end to so-called micro-trafficking and with this revenue increase health services for the people and this way control the evil that can come from using drugs, I let you ponder. The fewer fleas a dog has, the less he scratches Interesting articles in the magazine starting in 2016. Congratulations. Coca leaves are used as medicine. Unscrupulous people are the ones who use it for evil, in order to profit. Nothing can ever be done because the big countries are the main consumers and in addition they are the ones who move this whole mafia, the money from this business is what moves all the countries together. No matter how many strict laws we pass it will never change. The powerful traffickers are the big governments, that is why drug trafficking will never end. SOS for the drug addicts. This scourge that is overwhelming humanity and dragging us evermore toward destruction will have to be stopped. If not, we might end up exterminating the human race as a whole, since human ambition has no limits. What has been stated is very good Go hard on that crime against humanity MY FRIENDS.- THE WAR AGAINST DRUGS IS USELESS TOO MUCH EFFORT IS MADE, THEY HAVE BEEN FOUGHT FOR MANY YEARS AND THEY WILL CONTINUE TO BE FOUGHT AND WILL NEVER BE STOPPED COMPLETELY, THE EASIEST WAY TO FIGHT THIS EVIL IS A WORLD-WIDE DETAILED STUDY TO LEGALIZE DRUGS I hope the same is done in Bolivia in order to improve its image. I take this opportunity to say to national authorities that coca has never been millenary. Itâ€™s true that they used it just for rituals but not to consume because it was prohibited by a decree from the Inca. Bolivia has many natural resources that are not exploited due to a lack of support for investment. The exploitation of agriculture with advanced technology is a solution to capture financial resources that would help my country grow. Very good and great. That hurts youth eradicate that junk Legislating the use of cocaine would put an end to those large businesses since the price would go down and those who hold large quantities would have everything tumble down and they would lose large amounts of money. If someone wants to hurt themself, itâ€™s their issue because cigarettes are as harmful as cocaine. God willing that the current authorities arenâ€™t mixed up with drug trafficking and the ministries donâ€™t shield them. That is the worst evil for the development of countries because those who have financial power seek political power to violate the rights of the citizens. Itâ€™s not enough we still have to fight on all fronts Good news, dismantle criminal gangs. IT IS TIME TO PUT AN END TO ORGANIZED CRIME WHICH IS HURTING OUR SOCIETY SO BADLY This subject, more than politics, the military and the economy, needs something better; such as for example having sophisticated means and material that monitor conversations by politicians, economists, etc. etc. everyone. Since itâ€™s impossible to control drug trafficking through all its channels, there is, it is possible to speak of the extraterrestrial invasion which truly is an undoubtable presence in the world. Just as now where they try to hide these facts, they also try to hide monitoring drug trafficking. The question is why arenâ€™t they controlled, who benefits from these cases and why. Otherwise letâ€™s develop sustainable projects with drugs and vitamins derived from coca, because they would benefit in particular poor countries very much. And, letâ€™s stop investing so much money in things politicians, investors and multinational institutions cannot control.Sincerely,ANONYMOUS Propper information which prevents crime How can it be that there is no follow up in Colombia of all suspicious foreign nationals who enter the country seeking drug negotiations, who function as links with drug cartels abroad, particularly in Mexico To foster continuing cooperation in the fight against transnational organized crime, Mexico and Panama approved a memorandum of understanding on November 25. The Mexico-Panama High-Level Group document, which was signed by Min. Aguilera and Mexican Internal Affairs Secretary Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, spells out a cooperative framework for the countries to work together on public security, intelligence, international security and terrorism, legal cooperation and justice, crime prevention, customs, and immigration. Following a joint, 18-month investigation, Panamanian authorities announced on November 4th the arrest of 50 suspects allegedly engaged in drug trafficking or money laundering for the Sinaloa Cartel – the world’s largest transnational criminal organization – or the FARC. Two Mexicans residing in a wealthy part of the Panamanian capital allegedly served as the go-between in drug deals between the two organizations, and that connection led authorities to dismantle the network, Panama National Police Commissioner Omar Pinzón told local and international journalists. Panamanian security forces confiscated two tons of cocaine, $500,000 in cash, five go-fast boats, and 40 cars during the operation. The cooperation among the three countries “allowed us to dismantle this gang which, we have proven, was led by El Chapo Guzmán from Sinaloa,” Panamanian Minister of Public Security Rodolfo Aguilera stated. El Chapo has been wanted in Mexico and the United States in connection with drug trafficking, homicide, and other crimes since escaping from a maximum-security prison in Mexico in July. Panamanian security authorities said he hasn’t been seen in Panama. “We detected Mexican drug cartels with connections to the FARC,” Commissioner Pinzón said. “Security operations such as the one that uncovered the nexus between El Chapo and Panama are the result of the mutual trust that has been established among the various governments, which has allowed us to share accurate and timely security information.” In cooperation with Colombian and Mexican authorities, Panamanian security forces captured dozens of suspects who were allegedly part of a criminal partnership between the Sinaloa Cartel, led by drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia’s (FARC) 30th Front. “We in Panama comply with all rules established by the International Financial Action Task Force (FATF-GAFI) to shield our financial system and keep it from being used by criminals for their illegal activities,” Donadío said.
Elder Law Section, FAWL support gay adoption lobbying Elder Law Section, FAWL support gay adoption lobbying Senior Editor The Bar’s Elder Law Section and the Florida Association for Women Lawyers have become the latest organizations to endorse the Family Law and Public Interest Law sections’ request to lobby for the repeal of the Florida law that bans gays from adopting.The FAWL executive council at a recent meeting endorsed a resolution supporting the two sections, which want both to repeal the gay adoption ban and adopt a best-interest-of-the-child standard.The Elder Law Section Executive Council decided at its October 4 meeting to support the two sections’ request to push their position at the legislature.The matter is pending before the Bar Board of Governors, which exercises a general oversight of lobbying by sections. The two sections presented their case to the Bar Legislation Committee in August, but the committee tabled the matter with members saying they were concerned the matter raised deep philosophical differences among Bar members.Under Bar policies, sections, which have voluntary membership and dues payments, are given wide latitude on subjects they wish to lobby. Those positions must not contradict a Bar-wide legislative position, and must not create deep philosophical divisions among Bar members. The sections must also make it clear they are representing only themselves and not the Bar as a whole.Legislation Committee members said they were not concerned with the propriety of repealing the ban on gay adoptions and having a best-interest-of-the-child standard, but were worried that the repeal issue could create deep philosophical divisions. Members suggested the two sections approach other sections for their views and support their contention that seeking the repeal would not produce deep philosophical divisions.The Public Interest Law and Family Law sections had planned to take their case to sections during the Bar’s General Meeting, but that was postponed because of hurricanes, and most sections did not meet during the rescheduled meeting.Evan Marks, chair of the Family Law Section, said the two sections have sent letters to other sections asking them to look at the issue.“Our goal is not to get every section to say that the gay adoption law should be repealed, although if they did, that would be wonderful,” he said. “At the very least we would like the sections to say this is not so divisive within a substantial section of The Florida Bar as to prohibit the Family Law Section from lobbying.”Marks said he was happy that FAWL and the Elder Law Section had acted. He noted the section executive council not only supported PILS and the Family Law Section lobbying the issue, but concluded that the issue was not divisive of Bar members. Both section actions were by unanimous vote.The Family Law Section has posted information about the issue at its Web site, www.familylawfla.org. The date includes 11 major organizations, from the American Medical Association to the American Psychiatric Association, that support gay adoptions.Marks said he doesn’t think the gay adoption issue is any more divisive than the Bar’s support a few years ago of merit appointments for all trial judges and its recent vote to oppose Amendment 3 — which limited contingency fees in medical malpractice actions — on the November 2 ballot.He also noted that as this News went to press, the Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors was scheduled to debate the issue, and make a recommendation for the Board of Governors’ December meeting.So far, although several individual lawyers have contacted Bar leaders and written letters to the editor in the Bar News, no legal organization has voted to oppose the two sections’ requests, Marks said.Aside from the Elder Law Section and FAWL, the two sections’ efforts have also been endorsed by the Equal Opportunities Law Section and the Bar’s Legal Needs of Children Committee. November 15, 2004 Gary Blankenship Senior Editor Regular News
Updated Nov. 7, 2020, 7:37 p.m. ET And although it took days to learn who had won and the race was quite close, Pennsylvania indeed proved critical to the outcome. As expected, Mr. Trump jumped out to an early lead, thanks to ballots cast on Election Day, but Mr. Biden clawed back slowly and eventually overtook Mr. Trump as more and more absentee ballots were counted.- Advertisement – Florida (29 Electoral College votes)Perhaps no state was more closely watched this cycle than Florida, and the results there almost immediately dashed Democrats’ hopes of a blue landslide. Mr. Trump won the state by a significantly wider margin than he did in 2016, despite polling averages that showed him trailing before Election Day.More than half of the counties in Florida swung further right than they did four years ago. And although Mr. Biden did make gains in some areas of the state, he vastly underperformed in Florida’s most populous county, Miami-Dade, especially in precincts with a majority Hispanic population.Iowa (six votes), Ohio (18 votes) and Texas (38 votes)Optimistic Democrats hopeful for a blue wave saw Iowa, Ohio and Texas as potentially in play this cycle, but that proved to be wishful thinking. Mr. Trump thumped Mr. Biden by significant margins in all three conservative-leaning states, winning them for a second time.Of the three, Texas, where the president won by roughly six percentage points, ended up being the closest. Even as some white voters in urban and suburban areas moved in large numbers toward Democrats, many Hispanic voters in the Rio Grande Valley shifted decisively toward Mr. Trump.Nick Corasaniti and Reid J. Epstein contributed reporting. An initial look at county-level data suggests that Mr. Biden ran ahead of Mrs. Clinton’s performance in 2016 in most parts of the state. He showed particular strength in the suburbs around Philadelphia, an area that had been trending blue in 2016 and has only grown bluer since. He flipped the state back into the Democratic column with 37,000 more votes than Mr. Trump.Michigan (16 votes) and Wisconsin (10 votes)Four years ago, Mr. Trump became the first Republican presidential candidate to win either Michigan or Wisconsin in decades when he defeated Mrs. Clinton by roughly 33,000 votes in both states combined.From the start of Mr. Biden’s presidential campaign all the way to Election Day, he and his team believed that rebuilding the Democratic “blue wall” in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania would perhaps be the clearest and cleanest path to winning the White House. Mr. Biden also believed that the Democratic Party had to garner support from working-class and middle-class voters in Northern industrial states — those from families like the one he grew up in.- Advertisement – After days of vote counting, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has amassed the 270 Electoral College votes he needed to secure the presidency.All along, it was clear that Mr. Biden’s path to victory involved flipping a handful of states that then-candidate Donald J. Trump won in 2016 while also retaining the states that Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee in 2016, won in that cycle.- Advertisement – In Michigan, a spike in turnout in Detroit and its wealthy suburbs, along with shrinking support for Mr. Trump among middle-class voters, helped secure the state for Mr. Biden. About two-thirds of the predominately white counties that backed Mr. Trump in 2016 moved somewhat left four years later, and a greater share of voters in those counties backed Mr. Biden than they supported Mrs. Clinton in 2016.Battleground States Biden Kept That strategy paid off, as Mr. Biden rode the support in Wisconsin’s cities and suburbs to victory. He was aided particularly by massive turnout in Dane County (home to Madison) and he ate into Mr. Trump’s margins in the Milwaukee suburbs. New Hampshire (14 votes)The Cook Political Report considered New Hampshire competitive with a Democratic lean, and it was tightly contested in 2016. But Mr. Biden won handily, by seven percentage points, and the race was called relatively quickly. Though there were many twists and turns, Mr. Biden appears to have done exactly that. Here is a quick look at the key states he won, and what we know about why he won them.States Biden FlippedPennsylvania (20 Electoral College votes)Pennsylvania has been in the spotlight for months, and it was long considered a potential “tipping-point state” — the state where victory could determine the outcome of the entire presidential contest. Elections officials had signaled all along that it would take time to count the votes there, and that a final tally would not be available on election night. Mr. Trump won the state by less than one percentage point in 2016, but polls had Mr. Biden ahead in the run-up to Election Day. Noteworthy States Biden Lost Minnesota (10 Electoral College votes)Mr. Trump came surprisingly close to a victory in Minnesota four years ago, and his campaign poured significant resources into the state this cycle in hopes of flipping it. Nonetheless, Mr. Biden maintained a comfortable if not insurmountable lead in Minnesota throughout much of the race, and polling there ended up being pretty spot on.Mr. Biden won comfortably, by about seven percentage points. He ran up the margins in densely populated urban counties and made significant inroads in the suburban counties that Mr. Trump won in 2016.Nevada (Six votes)Mr. Biden managed to hang onto Nevada, a state Mrs. Clinton won in 2016, but it was a nail-biter that took days to decide. Like Mrs. Clinton, he did it by winning Clark and Washoe Counties, home to Las Vegas and Reno, which account for over 85 percent of the state’s total votes. His margin of victory in Clark County was down slightly from the margin in 2016, but it was up in Washoe. – Advertisement –
Medical News Today 9 August 2017Family First Comment: So much for it being a “harmless substance that just makes you feel good and doesn’t harm anyone….”www.saynopetodope.nzPeople who use marijuana may be three times more likely to die from high blood pressure than non-users of the drug, a new study finds.The researchers say that their findings indicate that marijuana use is a greater risk factor for poor cardiovascular health than cigarette smoking.Lead study author Barbara A. Yankey, of the School of Public Health at Georgia State University in Atlanta, and her team recently reported their results in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.High blood pressure, or hypertension, arises when the force of blood pushing against the blood vessel walls becomes too high.Around 75 million people in the United States – or 32 percent of the U.S. population – have high blood pressure.High blood pressure can increase the likelihood of stroke and heart disease, and in 2014, the condition was the main or contributing factor in more than 410,000 deaths in the U.S.Cigarette smoking is a well-established risk factor for high blood pressure and poor cardiovascular health, but according to the new study from Yankey and team, marijuana use may be even more harmful.Death from hypertension increased threefoldThe researchers came to their findings by analyzing the data of 1,213 adults aged 20 and older, all of whom had participated in the 2005-2006 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.As part of the survey, subjects were asked whether they had ever used marijuana, and if so, the age at which they first used the drug. Information on cigarette use was also collected.In order to calculate the duration of marijuana use among participants, the researchers subtracted the age at first marijuana use from subjects’ current age.Using 2011 data from the National Center for Health Statistics, the researchers assessed whether or not marijuana use might influence the risk of death from hypertension, heart disease, and cerebrovascular disease.READ MORE: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318854.php
Mike Alleman grabbed the early lead but just as the leaders were moving into heavy traffic, a lap seven caution bunched the field. On the restart, Duke, who had moved from sixth starting position into third, shot to the front. Nick Sweigart, Jake Frye and Alleman rounded out the top five. Feature results – 1. Ken Duke Jr.; 2. Doug Dodson; 3. Nick Sweigart; 4. Jake Frye; 5. Mike Alleman; 6. Zachery Newlin; 7. Tyler Cochran; 8. Drew Ritchey; 9. John Fiore; 10. Devin Adams; 11. Kyle Ganoe; 12. John Walp; 13. Brad Mellott; 14. Cale Reigle; 15. Colton Hoover; 16. Terry Schaeffer; 17. Donnie Hendershot; 18. Keith Prutzman; 19. Dave Wickham; 20. Jim Kennedy; 21. Dave Graber; 22. Ryan Lynn. SPRING RUN, Pa. (April 13) – Ken Duke Jr. preserved his 2019 Pennsylvania Sprint Series winning streak Saturday night, winning the 20-lap feature race at Path Valley Speedway more than four tenth’s of a second over Doug Dodson. The longest green-flag run of the night followed a lap nine restart and Duke made it through traffic well enough to keep his challengers at bay. Terry Schaeffer got into the turn three wall with two laps remaining, but on the restart, Duke chose the middle lane and held off the outside-running Dodson for the win. The second-place finish was also the season’s best for Dodson, a PASS rookie with extensive experience in other sprint car divisions and super sportsman. This year’s large PASS/IMCA rookie class includes several drivers who are rookies in name only: Keith Prutzman has been racing for more than four decades. On Saturday night, April 20, PASS returns to BAPS Motor Speedway to complete a feature called due to rain on April 7 after one lap had been completed. A full show of heats and another 20-lap feature will be run as well. On Friday, April 26, PASS will join the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series for a co-sanctioned event at Clinton County Motor Speedway, and it will return to Port Royal Speedway on April 27. The Selinsgrove racer has now captured all three IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car features run so far, but this was hardly an easy win. With 21 of the 22 sprinters on hand making the call for the feature, traffic was an incessant issue on the wide Path Valley quarter mile.
Like the other 63 players in the Accenture Match Play Championship, Poulter was back at Dove Mountain near Tucson for the resumption of a first round halted by the wintry conditions. Less than four hours’ play was possible and 10 games – including those of top seeds Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Luke Donald – did not even tee off. “This weather is officially ridiculous,” McIlroy, who plays Shane Lowry in one of two all-Irish clashes, said on Twitter. The other one between Graeme McDowell and Padraig Harrington had only just started when the suspension came and McDowell commented: “Holy coldness. I’ve only ever played in an event with conditions like this once.” It was the West of Ireland Championship in “about 1998”. Poulter, winner in 2010 and perhaps the most feared match play golfer around after his deeds at the Ryder Cup, was going well. He stood three up on Scot Stephen Gallacher, who three-putted the short sixth and conceded the eighth and 10th. “What’s the problem? Let’s play,” Poulter joked on Twitter. “The caddies have officially just had a snowball fight. Never seen anything like it.” He then posted a picture of “at least two inches of snow” on his courtesy car. Lee Westwood was two up on Spaniard Rafael Cabrera Bello after five and Justin Rose two up at the turn on South Korean KJ Choi, although he had been four up after five. Welshman Jamie Donaldson, winner of last month’s Abu Dhabi Championship, had to take a penalty drop after his opening drive and bogeyed five of the first seven holes to be three down to Thorbjorn Olesen, but Bristol’s Chris Wood, who won his first European Tour title a week later in Qatar, was level with Masters champion Bubba Watson after six. Closest to winning was Sergio Garcia, whose first shot on his return will be a 12-foot putt to beat Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee on the 16th green. The forecast was for the snow to have cleared away overnight, but there was the possibility of early frost and that would delay things further. Ian Poulter has never seen anything like it – caddies having a snowball fight in the Arizona desert. Press Association
ELLSWORTH — Harbor House Community Service Center in Southwest Harbor invites the girls’ and boys’ junior high and high school basketball teams to register for the 24th annual Great Harbor Shoot-Out basketball tournament.The tournament, a fundraiser for Harbor House, has become the largest post-season basketball tournament in Maine, with close to 90 teams participating last year from all around the state.The tournament will take place at area gymnasiums on Mount Desert Island and in Trenton and Ellsworth from Friday, March 18, through Sunday, March 20. There will be four divisions for junior high and high school girls’ and boys’ teams to play in during the three-day tournament.Volunteers are needed to help with the various event activities, such as selling tickets at the door, running the clocks and selling concessions.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor more information on the Great Harbor Shoot-Out, contact event director Diana Novella at 244-3713 or [email protected] can be mailed to Harbor House at P.O. Box 836, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679.
Interestingly, when he was alive, General Shagaya was fond of telling the story of how he prevailed on Omoluwa to be a member of the IBB Golf Club Board of Trustees.Shagaya mentioned that he picked on Omoluwa so there could be a sweet mix between the young and all other elderly members in the clubâ€™s Board of Trustees.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A prominent member of the Board of Trustees of the IBB Golf Club in Abuja, Sir Lucky Omoluwa, has said that the passing of General John Shagaya (rtd) in a car crash last Sunday came to him as a rude shock.Omoluwa who received the sad news at the time he was about to preside over presentation of prizes at the last IBB Ladies Open believes the shocking demise of Shagaya would leave a yawning gap in the nation, especially the IBB Golf Club he helped build.Omoluwa also said that: â€œWithout Shagaya there could not have been the IBB Golf Club. The man served the club diligently and selflessly. I donâ€™t think we should allow all that to go away because the man is no longer around. We must immortalise him. I can only pray that God will grant him eternal rest. He was a good manâ€.
Nine weeks ago, Tulane University football players had many things to be excited about. They were picked to finish third in the Conference USA preseason poll and were returning a talented crew of upperclassmen. Players were even discussing a possible return to a bowl game.”There are no specific goals, it’s just to be a champion,” Tulane quarterback Lester Ricard said in a preseason press release. “Whether that’s conference champion or some type of bowl. My expectations are high. I feel like we can go 13-0, max it out.”In the beginning, expectations were high and players were pumped. However no one was expecting Hurricane Katrina.When the hurricane hit eight weeks ago, it forced Tulane athletes and students to relocate for the semester. Green Wave athletes suddenly had different goals in mind. “We’re not going to use being a homeless football team as a reason to not try to succeed on the field,” Tulane head coach Chris Scelfo said in a press release. “We’re playing for a lot of people and the pressure is high, but our coaches and players are all up for the challenge. We are representing our university and our city and that gives us inspiration.”Though heads may have initially hung low, Tulane football players and other athletes have been grateful with their new homes. The football team has relocated to Ruston, La., and enrolled at Louisiana Tech University. Six other teams — men’s basketball, women’s swimming and diving, women’s volleyball, women’s soccer and men and women’s tennis have moved to Texas A&M University. Texas Tech has welcomed baseball and women’s basketball squads, while Southern Methodist University has admitted men and women’s golf. Both cross country teams will not compete this year.It’s been a rough two months for these athletes. They no longer need a win to be satisfied. Most players have been thrilled through simply competing.”Our team opened with an exhibition meet this weekend and that was the best four hours of therapy this group of student-athlete and coaches could have gotten,” Tulane head swim coach Daniella Irle said Monday in an e-mail. “Eight weeks ago we were not sure we were going to have an athletic department let alone a season. In these past eight weeks I can honestly say that this staff has been truly challenged both professionally and personally, as have our student-athletes. It has been very difficult at times but we also have had some very gratifying and humbling moments as well. I have always felt that the swimming and diving community possessed unusual generosity and camaraderie and I really know that to be true.”It may have taken a new home for these athletes to finally find the true meaning of sports — the thrill of competition — but they have been in a struggle to find ways to win. Though once tabbed the nation’s No. 1 defense after allowing an average of 176 yards per game, the football team has been in a rut, winning only two games this season. Tulane volleyball has only managed to post a 2-8 record midway through the season. Last year, the team won seven of its first 10 games.The Green Wave women’s soccer team has only posted one victory in 11 games, although it did not have an impressive record last season (7-10-2).All sports teams have found their schedules shortened. They have also been forced to play all games on the road.It’s a grim situation, but their seasons would not have taken place without the help of Texas A&M, SMU, Texas Tech and Louisiana Tech.”Our thanks go out to so many people who have made this season happen for us,” Irle said. “So many people have come together to help us provide our ladies with a season that is similar to what they had beforehand. [Everyone who has donated is] the reason we got off to a great start this year and the reason we are even in business right now. Our budgets are really non-existent at this time, so these gifts have been our only source of securing items and a sense of normalcy for our young women.”Though winning may not be a priority for Tulane, as it is for other schools, Green Wave athletes are satisfied by just competing, and that is what athletics should be about.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — It may have been Senior Day at Kinnick Stadium, but the afternoon belonged to a junior. Making his first career start, in place of the injured John Stocco, junior quarterback Tyler Donovan was thrust into about as unsavory a situation as could be imagined. The shifty scrambler was charged with leading Wisconsin into one of the Big Ten’s most hostile environments to take on a team no current Badger had ever beaten: the Iowa Hawkeyes, who were looking to right a season that has gone awry with another timely win over UW. “It doesn’t get much more high pressure than that,” sophomore cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu said. Surrounded by noise and bloodthirsty defenders, Donovan, playing with a chip on his shoulder that could be seen from the nosebleed section, calmly quarterbacked Wisconsin to a hard-fought 24-21 victory.”I wanted to prove something to myself, but more so, I wanted to prove something to the team,” a reserved and still very collected Donovan said after the game. “I don’t think you can say enough about a guy starting his first game in the Big Ten finale in a hostile environment,” Bielema said. “The plays he was able to come up with today were amazing and gratifying to watch as a coach.”Often standing in the middle of a maelstrom of chaos, with blitzing Hawkeyes coming at him from every direction, Donovan calmly led the Badgers down the field on several key scoring drives. After getting out to a fast start, where Donovan completed his first seven passes en route to a 10-0 Wisconsin lead, the Badgers watched Iowa’s Drew Tate briefly catch fire, as the Hawkeyes scored twice and took the lead. With the pendulum of momentum — a favorite expression of Barry Alvarez — swinging in the direction of Iowa, the junior signal-caller almost immediately led UW on a six-play 73-yard scoring drive punctuated by a spectacular 42-yard touchdown by receiver Luke Swan. On the drive, Donovan accounted for every yard, either via passing or scrambling. “He took some shots, too,” senior safety Joe Stellmacher said. “I don’t know how he got up from all of them, but he did.”Donovan came up big again late. As the Badgers clung to a perilous 17-14 lead, Iowa downed a punt at the UW 3-yard line that left Donovan standing in the Hawkeyes’ end zone — with the howling student section at his back, no more than 20 feet away. After a short P.J. Hill run, Donovan took the snap and dropped back 2 yards deep into the Iowa scoring box and with two Iowa defenders closing in, he completed a strike to tight end Travis Beckum for 13 yards and some much needed breathing room. The play set up a simply sparkling 15-play, 97-yard scoring drive that proved to be the decisive point in the contest. The march down the field might’ve been led by a quarterback making his first start, but during it Donovan was nothing less than a field general, poised beyond his experience. “For the first start of his career he was so poised,” Stellmacher said. “He was really playing to win, I mean you could see that. He was holding nothing back, he was playing to win and played his heart out.”My hat’s off to him.”Donovan has had to sit behind Stocco for three years and hear questions about his decision-making and arm strength. He then had to watch the new coaching staff bring in an experienced transfer in former Kansas State starter Allen Evridge, who will be eligible to play next season. The game may prove to be something of an audition for Donovan as the Badgers’ 2007 starting quarterback position. “I’m sure after this season is completed, everybody is going to want to know who the starting quarterback is at the University of Wisconsin, and I think [Donovan] took a huge step forward in that area right now,” Bielema said. “Today he went out there, was able to execute and get a win.”
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 28, 2019 at 3:26 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44 Syracuse handled Holy Cross 41-3 on Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. After exploding for 52 points against Western Michigan last week, the Orange offense throttled their FCS opponent. The Orange extended their turnover streak to 19 with a Holy Cross fumbled punt in the first quarter which led to a score. Quarterback Tommy DeVito completed 19-of-31 passes for 269 yards and four touchdowns, including freshman Luke Benson’s 70-yard touchdown reception. Below are takeaways from the Orange’s (3-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) rout of the Crusaders (1-3).The return of Taj HarrisA year ago Taj Harris caught 40 passes for 565 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman. But through four games this year he’d caught just 11 balls for 163 yards. Saturday, Harris tallied 107 yards receiving and a touchdown for his first 100-yard game in 2019.Harris’ first big play came on over the middle. About 10 yards down the field, Harris spun off two defenders and barreled toward the sideline for a first down. In the second half he caught a pass in a similar location, only this time as he tracked back one step, blockers set up around him. Almost like a punt return, Harris dashed horizontally across the field to the sideline as Syracuse blockers formed a wall. Harris ran down the sidelines and converted on the touchdown.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe game from Harris came at a much needed time for Syracuse. The Orange receiving unit hadn’t had consistent yard gainers outside of Trishton Jackson, who entered Saturday’s game with more than 150 receiving yards than the next receiver.Defense holds up After entering the game favored by as many as 38.5 points, the defense held up its end of the bargain in regards to blowout expectations. It held Holy Cross to 138 yards, including just 18 yards on the ground.The Crusaders’ few attempts to run the ball up the middle failed and as the score opened up, they opted to throw more often. In pass defense, Syracuse’s defensive line finished with five sacks and constantly pressured Holy Cross quarterback Connor Degenhardt.One of the pressure’s on Degenhardt came from defensive linemen Tyrell Richards. As Degenhardt escaped one defender and paroused his options down field, Richards came barreling straight at the quarterback and lowered his head into Degenhardt’s shoulder. The hit elicited an “ooo” from the crowd and after review, Richard was flagged for targeting and ejected from the game.Syracuse’s suffocating defensive line took over in the third quarter. On one series, with Holy Cross still trailing 21, the Orange defensive line pinned the Crusaders against their own end zone. On the first play Alton Robinson and Kenneth Ruff wrapped up Holy Cross running back Domenic Cozier four yards behind the line of scrimmage. The next play, Holy Cross attempted a quick screen to an outside receiver but the ball never made it past Robinson’s hands as he batted and nearly intercepted the pass. Josh Black negated a running back almost immediately after the catch on the following play and one of Holy Cross’ last attempts to stay in the game fell short again.He can kick field goals too! Late in the first quarter Syracuse lined up for a 52-yard field goal but last year’s Lou Groza Award-winning kicker wasn’t attempting the field goal. Instead, punter Sterling Hofrichter trotted out and drilled a 52-yard field goal.Hofrichter, who Dino Babers has praised for hang time on his punts in the past, also kicks off for the Orange. His displays of leg strength in the past correlated with him having a bit of room on the long kick. Andre Szmyt, the Orange’s usual place kicker, kicked all other field goals including attempts after Hofrichter’s long kick. Comments
LOS ANGELES >> Baseball’s deep dive into statistical analysis has created a new language of exit velocities, launch angles, FIPs, WHIPs and BABIPs.But this is another new concept courtesy of the analytics crowd – a 37-year-old “bounceback candidate.”Chase Utley posted career-lows across the board offensively last season. A .212 batting average, .286 on-base percentage, .629 OPS and only eight home runs in over 400 plate appearances. Combined with the fact that he would turn 37 in December, the numbers seemed to scream of a player in decline. His 140 plate appearances with the Dodgers over the final two months of the season didn’t paint any prettier a picture (he hit .202 with a .654 OPS). Utley did bounce back. The oldest leadoff hitter in baseball this year, Utley has started 69 of the Dodgers’ first 94 games there – and eased a massive problem. Last year, Dodgers’ leadoff hitters (primarily Rollins and Joc Pederson) combined for the lowest batting average in the majors (.233), one of the lowest OBPs (.319, 20th) and fewest runs scored (93, 24th). Those numbers this season are a healthier middle of the pack in the National League.If not for a June swoon that lopped more than 20 points off his batting average, Utley’s individual statistics would be in line with most of his career norms.“I still feel like I can contribute. That’s the bottom line,” said Utley of his own belief in his bounciness.“Early in the (2015) season, first week or so, I felt like I was swinging the bat really well,” he said of his sub-par 2015, a season that started with him trying to play through an ankle injury suffered during an off-season workout. “For a couple weeks after that, even though I did swing the bat well I didn’t have a whole lot to show for it. At that point, I think it’s only natural to try to figure out a way to help your team. For me, I got out of what I’m most comfortable doing. Instead of trying to hit the ball hard I was trying to find places to hit the ball. And that didn’t work so well.“I took some time off (a six-week stint on the DL at mid-season) and got my body in more of a position to be successful. After that, I felt like I swung the bat okay, better than my baseball card would show. Obviously I appreciate that they were able to see beyond that.”For all their adherence to the measurables produced by an analytics department of unknown size but unquestioned influence, Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman and Zaidi also saw beyond Utley’s value in the batter’s box. When they re-signed Utley, they readily admit they were paying for intangibles as well.“The leadership, the attention to detail he has for the game — it was a huge boost for us down the stretch and into the playoffs (in 2015) and was an important thing for us to get back,” Zaidi said. “He just has such a strong reputation that even if you didn’t get quite that (offensive) production there was a lot of value to having him on your team.”The Dodgers expect to benefit from that value well beyond Utley’s one-year contract. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he “absolutely” sees Utley’s old-school influence impacting the Dodgers’ new wave of talent, young players like Corey Seager, Trayce Thompson and Joc Pederson.“Unbelievable. I can’t even, don’t even know where to start,” Seager said when asked if Utley has had a positive influence on him. “He’s helped me on the field, off the field, in the clubhouse. Anything you can think or imagine I’ve asked him and he’s talked to me about.“Just little things I’m picking up that people do, tipping pitches and little stuff that I personally never looked at that he’s shown me, tried to involve me. Obviously I’m a work in progress. I’m not awesome at it even when I know what he’s doing, the tipping or whatever.”Seager said he followed Utley’s career while growing up in North Carolina. Now he finds his locker next to Utley’s in the Dodgers’ home clubhouse and becomes effusive when talking about the benefits that flow from that relationship, saying he believes “100 percent” that being Utley’s teammate will benefit his career.“Just watching his at-bats, watching him grind through at-bats – I’m lost for words how impressive it is,” Seager said. “Watching him as a fan while I was growing up, you just think he’s this great player. He’s just that much better than everybody. But you watch him work – he grinds everything out, his attention to detail is off the charts.”Utley acknowledges the responsibility he has to provide a positive role model for a future star like Seager as well as others, whether through words or action.“For me, I don’t want to always be that guy, the teammate telling someone what to do. That’s not the way to go about it,” Utley said. “I think you play the game the way you think you should and hopefully some guys see how that can be beneficial and try to implement that into their game.” Utley’s long-time double-play partner, Jimmy Rollins, had similar numbers in those categories over a full season with the Dodgers last season and found himself unsigned until late February this spring when he accepted a minor-league contract offer from the Chicago White Sox. He made the White Sox’s roster and took a deep paycut (from $11 million to $2 million) only to be released in mid-June.But Utley barely had to wait until December to re-sign with the Dodgers for $7 million with other suitors lined up, willing to sign a 37-year-old middle infielder coming off the worst season of his career.“It was a couple things,” Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said, explaining the thinking behind last winter’s most surprising decision by a front office that has advertised a desire to build a younger roster. “One, purely on the performance side, even when he was with us last year – he really had bad luck in that 150 at-bat sample. We looked at his hard-hit percentage, line drive percentage – that kind of stuff. It was actually very much in line with the numbers he’s putting up now. You would have thought he was a .280 to .300 hitter with .420 or .450 slug.“I think he was viewed as a strong bounceback candidate, that it (his poor offensive production) was going to be just one year.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
The Los Angeles Kings had a special guest in the broadcast booth when the team hosted the San Jose Sharks.Will Ferrell stopped by ready to perform in his “Anchorman” character, Ron Burgundy. The character stepped out of his local San Diego beat to deliver hilarious commentary alongside Fox Sports broadcasters Alex Faust and Jim Fox during the second period of the game. NHL announces 2019 Global Series schedule “Take, that San Jose!” Burgundy said on the broadcast, per NBC Sports. “Zero Stanley Cups! Zero Stanley Cups for the San Jose Sharks. They wouldn’t even know what the Stanley Cup looked like if it fell on their head.””Take that San Jose! Zero Stanley cups!”#SJSvsLAK #SJSharks #GoKingsGo #LAKings pic.twitter.com/i9NozsbfTn— Eric (@Kingsgifs) March 22, 2019When Faust and Fox joked that Burgundy’s insults toward the Sharks hurt the Kings’ performance, he said: “I don’t believe in superstition. … I don’t believe in that, even though I have worn the same underwear, the same lucky underwear for every broadcast I’ve done.”The Kings ended up defeating the Sharks, 4-2. Related News Burgundy called for the Kings to take a shot, even when they didn’t have the puck. He explained that the game was paused a few times because feral cats ran onto the ice. He even kissed a huge burrito while the kiss cam was watching. And what would Burgundy say if someone makes a goal? “He scores. Put that baby to bed without a diaper.”The sights, sounds and all the glory that is Ron Burgundy.What a night to be in the @LAKings booth. 😂 pic.twitter.com/XMgznFrqTd— NHL (@NHL) March 22, 2019One of the most memorable highlights came when Burgundy tested his hockey knowledge by talking about the Sharks’ lack of Stanley Cups when Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick denied Sharks forward Lukas Radil with a big save.
After being defeated by FC Standard from Liege last night (0:1), the Sarajevo FC Zeljeznicar ended its European adventure. The Blues played very well, and in the end just a little bit of luck was missing. Thanks to the excellent plays of the team from Grbavica, as well as some other factors, the team from Zvornicka 27 is on an excellent path to resolve the financial difficulties with which the club has been dealing for a long time now.From UEFA only, Zeljeznicar earned 630.000 Euros this summer (first qualifying round 200.000, second qualifying round 210.000, third qualifying round 220.000 Euros), and the cherry on top was the transfer of Edin Dzeko to Roma.According to information coming from the Apennines, Dzeko will go to Roma for 20 million Euros. Of these 20 million Euros, Zeljeznicar will get 3.5 percent, which is 700.000 Euros.Prior to the match against Standard, Josip Kvesic was sold and the Blues cashed 115.000 Euros. One day before the match, it was announced that Rijad Bajic will go to Konyaspor, and last night the Maniacs said goodbye to their favorite. According to the information in the media, Bajic’s transfer will amount to 400.000 Euros.The exact information on how much did Zeljeznicar earn from the sale of tickets is not available, but it is estimated that the team from Zvornicka 27 cashed 50.000 BAM from the match with Balzan, 180.000 BAM from the match with Ferencvaros, and 250.000 BAM from the match with standard. Thereby the Masindzije earned 480.000 BAM from the tickets sold in their European matches.If the transfer of Edin Dzeko and Riad Bajic is successfully realized, Zeljeznicar will this summer earn somehow incredible money for the BH football. All summed up, the Blues have earned 4.140.000 BAM this summer. Taking into consideration the expenses of travelling and the organization of matches this summer, the Blues will certainly have 3.500.000 BAM remaining, which is a really unbelievable amount of money for the BH football circumstances.(Source: radiosarajevo.ba)
JOHNSTON, Iowa (AP) — The adjutant general of the Iowa National Guard has announced his plans for retirement.A National Guard news release says Maj. Gen. Tim Orr intends to step down effective May 1 after 10 years as the Iowa Guard’s commander. He was named to the post by then Gov. Chet Culver in March 2009.Brig. Gen. Stephen Osborn will serve as the interim adjutant general.Orr enlisted in the Iowa Army National Guard in 1978 while still a senior at Boone High School and rose through the ranks.
Moenchengladbach’s French forward Marcus Thuram took a knee after scoringBerlin, Germany | AFP | French star Marcus Thuram and England international Jadon Sancho joined the protests over racism and police brutality in the United States on Sunday after scoring in the Bundesliga.Thuram took a knee after scoring for Borussia Moenchengladbach in the game against Union Berlin.Sancho marked his goal for Borussia Dortmund against Paderborn by lifting his jersey to reveal a T-shirt bearing the words “Justice for George Floyd”.On Saturday, Schalke’s US midfielder Weston McKennie wore an armband against Werder Bremen bearing the words “Justice for George”.Thuram’s gesture echoed past protests by National Football League players in the US in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.The issue has surged back into the headlines following the death of unarmed black man George Floyd during a police arrest in Minneapolis.Sancho revealed his protest after scoring in the 57th minute – and was promptly yellow-carded for his troubles.Thuram, a 22-year-old French striker, continued his recent hot form with two goals as Borussia Moenchengladbach beat visiting Union Berlin 4-1.Because of social distancing rules, goal celebrations were muted but after Thuram headed his team’s second goal just before half-time he took the opportunity to make a solitary statement, kneeling and bowing his head.At half-time, his club tweeted a photo with the caption: “No explanation needed.”After the game, Gladbach coach Marco Rose said Thuram had his backing.“Marcus has made the point. He has set an example against racism that we all support,” Rose said.Thuram, whose father, French World Cup winner Lilian runs the Education against Racism foundation in Paris, was the latest show of solidarity with the current protests sweeping the United States.On Saturday, McKennie said it had been crucial to make a stand. “To be able to use my platform to bring attention to a problem that has been going on too long feels good!!!” he tweeted.Meanwhile, in the United States, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said there “remains an urgent need for action” as violent protests rocked the country.“The protesters’ reactions to these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel,” Goodell said. “As current events dramatically underscore, there remains much more to do as a country and as a league.”Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown returned to his native Georgia to lead a peaceful protest march in Atlanta.“I drove 15 hours to get to Georgia, my community,” Brown said. “Being a celebrity, being an NBA player, don’t exclude me from no conversations at all. First and foremost, I’m a black man and I’m a member of this community.”-‘Am I next?’ –NBA star LeBron James was among those who contrasted pictures of police officer Derek Chauvin’s knee on Floyd’s neck with the kneeling protests of former NFL star Colin Kaepernick in 2016.Kaepernick, who was ostracised by the NFL for kneeling during the national anthem in protest against racial injustice, has launched a fund to pay for legal representation for protesters who need it.Serena Williams tweeted a video by Nike, which also sponsors Kaepernick, picking out the line: “Don’t pretend there’s not a problem in America.”Two-time Grand Slam tennis champion Naomi Osaka posted pictures of protests from Minneapolis on her Instagram account.“Just because it isn’t happening to you doesn’t mean it isn’t happening at all,” wrote Osaka, whose mother is Japanese and whose father is Haitian.Rising US tennis star Coco Gauff, a 16-year-old African American, showed on Instagram the faces of black Americans who died in recent years at the hands of authorities or white fellow citizens.“Am I next?” Gauff asked.Share on: WhatsApp
Team Philippines wants to be bracketed with the likes of China, South Korea and Japan when the draw happens in the coming weeks.“Let’s bring on the strongest teams right away, so we know where we stand,” Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas (LVPI) acting president Peter Cayco said on Thursday night after revealing the country’s Fighting 12 for the Games set Aug. 18-Sept. 2 in Indonesia.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“We are not scared of Korea or China, they should be scared of us,” Cayco added after naming the popular Alyssa Valdez, Ces Molina, Cha Cruz-Behag, Dindin Manabat, Aby Maraño, Majoy Baron, Mika Reyes, Jaja Santiago, Kim Kianna Dy, Kim Fajardo, Jia Morado and Dawn Macandili to the team.The volleyball event starts a day after the opening ceremonies and the Filipinos will be seeking to improve on a fifth place finish in 1982 before the country took a long hiatus. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Meralco surges to QF Back in the Asian Games for the first time in 36 years, the Philippine Women’s volleyball team is itching to take on all of the region’s heavyweights early to see exactly where it stands.ADVERTISEMENT A two-week training camp in Japan is up for the Nationals.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Cayco made the announcement of the final lineup along with LVPI head Joey Romasanta and head coach Shaq delos Santos.The LVPI started with a 20-player pool before coming up with the final roster and named Rhea Dimaculangan and Denden Lazaro as reserves.Completing the pool are Myla Pablo, Myleen Paat, Maika Ortiz, CJ Rosario, Rebecca Rivera and Mar-Jana Phillips.Clashing with the best teams in Asia, Cayco believes, will also give the team an idea on how the country will fare next year when it hosts the Southeast Asian Games.Romasanta bared a busy schedule for the team, which will campaign in the Asian Cup in Thailand immediately after the Games in Palembang.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES MOST READ View comments
…sentenced to more than 12 years in jailTwenty-seven-year-old Vanessa Baird was handed a 12-and-a-half-year prison sentence on Tuesday after she admitted to killing 43-year-old push cart vendor Percival Williams, on December 21, 2013 over $1000 at the Parika Stelling, East Bank Essequibo.Represented by Defence Counsel, Mark Conway, the mother of one, in tears, asked the court to be lenient with her so that she can return to care for her seven-year-old child.According to the State’s case which was presented by Prosecutors Abigail Gibbs, Natasha Backer and Tiffini Lyken, Williams was given $1000 by his would-be killer to purchase Chinese food for her and her son. At some point however, she asked Williams, a former Hague, West Coast Demerara resident for the money that she gave him and the two exchanged expletives after he did not comply.Baird held onto Williams’ jersey and a scuffle ensued and she then stabbed him in the lower chest area. The prosecution further relayed that the accused in her caution statement admitted that she had taken the knife from another person and committed the act.Williams immediately fell to the ground and was pronounced dead at the Leonora Cottage Hospital. His post-mortem examination showed that he died from perforation of the lung and heart due to stabbing. Reports back then were that Williams had converted the money to his own use.In making pleas of mitigation, Baird’s attorney observed that at the time of the incident, the woman was encountering financial difficulties being a single parent. Conway highlighted that his client has reflected on her actions and has improved her ability to have self-control. The court also heard that the woman now attends church services, sewing and drama classes whilst being incarcerated.Presiding Judge Navindra Singh, noted that it did not make sense to kill Baird in the manner which he lost his life. He encouraged her to seek out anger management classes as she continues the rehabilitation process. Baird’s time spent on remand awaiting trial will be deducted from her overall sentence.
…As school commissions computer labStudents of the Kwakwani Secondary School in Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) are expected to have a wider knowledge of the technology field because that educational institution was recently gifted with 15 new computers and new air conditioners for the commissioning of its computer lab.A student of the Kwakwani Secondary School cutting the ribbon to officially open the Computer LabThe generous donation was made by Rahaman Razac of R. Razac Business Enterprise as part of his corporate social responsibility to the community’s development.Head teacher of the Secondary School, Pamela Adrian, in her brief remarks at the opening of the facility, expressed gratitude to the businessman, the Guyana Forestry Commission, and Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman for making the event possible.Adrian noted that the event is a “memorable moment” for the school, and she pointed out that the donation is evidence of Razac’s understanding of making technology an embraceable tool to use in classrooms. She said the hardware now allows students to experience the era of digital explosion and develop their minds.Minister Trotman, who graced the opening ceremony with his presence, expressed his satisfaction and happiness for the contributions made. He urged students present to properly care for and utilise the equipment received in ways which would aid in their educational development.“We are in the age of technology; computers are the new slate. I challenge you all to make use of this technology and take care of it. Leave the computers in good standing for those coming after you, and focus on your schoolwork and studies.” Trotman admonishedResidents of the community also commended the businessman for the donation, and noted that it would now assist the secondary school and the entire community, since most of the students would benefit.The Minister and the GFC expressed their continuous commitment to the educational development of youths of the community, and to Kwakwani’s overall development through the natural resources sector.
By Devina SamarooPresident David Granger has completely disregarded calls made by the Alliance For Change (AFC) for the powers entrusted to Minister of State Joseph Harmon to be reduced, noting that his duties and responsibilities are not at all too burdensome.The AFC, the smaller partner in the A Partnership for National Unity/AFC coalition Government, believes that too much authority has been given to Minister Harmon.In this regard, the party called for Harmon’s powers to be trimmed. The AFC had explained that the concentration of the powers of the office of the Cabinet Secretary, the Minister of State in the Ministry of the Presidency and the effective Head of the Presidential Secretariat in a single person is a matter of concern and that in fact, the powers should be separated.Responding to these demands, President Granger appeared to be in full support of the duties and responsibilities assigned to Minister Harmon.“I don’t think that they are so burdensome that he cannot take all three responsibilities. I am standing by the duties which were assigned to him last May and this is what we have been working with for the last 11 months and this is what was explained to the Cabinet retreat in January,” the President said.He also posited that he was surprised that the AFC now seemed to find fault in the distribution of duties and responsibilities among Cabinet members.“We had a retreat of the Cabinet earlier this year and we put out a very clear statement on the responsibilities of all 14 Ministers and the Ministry of the Presidency. So there is a book and it is stated, and nobody made any objections to the duties which were assigned to the Minister of State then and it would be surprising that after two months, people feel that the duties are being misused or they need to be trimmed,” he explained.Notwithstanding his firm position in defence of Minister Harmon, the President said the matter would be extensively discussed when Cabinet meets today.“I have to wait to find out from our colleagues what they actually mean, but as far as I am concerned, there is no overburdening of the Ministry and I don’t see what powers they need to be reduced,” he stated.
Rene Meulensteen admits Manchester United have already missed out on Arjen Robben once before – and believes the Red Devils may be set for failure again this summer.The Bayern Munich flyer has been one of the players of the 2014 World Cup, despite some criticism for diving, and will line up for Holland in their semi-final clash with Argentina on Wednesday night.Dutch manager Louis van Gaal is ready to launch a raid for the 30-year-old, when he takes his place as Man United boss, with the duo’s close working relationship expected to aid the bid.But former Old Trafford assistant manager Meulensteen has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show he is unsure whether the winger would leave the Bundesliga giants.“I’m sure Van Gaal would love to take Arjen Robben to Manchester United,” he told talkSPORT. “That’s not a surprise.“When I was at Manchester United, we looked at that possibility for a few years, but then he signed for Bayern Munich. He’s been happy ever since and had a lot of success there.”
Division 2 FIXTURES 2011Round 1 — Sat, Feb 5: Laois v Meath; Donegal v Sligo; Sun, Feb 6: Antrim v Kildare; Derry v Tyrone.Round 2 — Sat, Feb 19: Tyrone v Donegal; Sun, Feb 20: Kildare v Derry; Meath v Sligo; Laois v Antrim. Round 3 — Sat, Feb 26: Antrim v Meath; Sun, Feb 27: Sligo v Tyrone; Donegal v Kildare; Derry v Laois.Round 4 — Sat, Mar 12: Tyrone v Antrim; Sun, Mar 13: Meath v Donegal; Kildare v Laois; Sligo v Derry.Round 5 — Sat, Mar 19: Derry v Donegal; Laois v Tyrone; Sun, Mar 20: Kildare v Meath; Antrim v Sligo.Round 6 — Sun Apr 3: Donegal v Antrim; Tyrone v Kildare; Derry v Meath; Sligo v Laois. Round 7 — Sun, Apr 10: Antrim v Derry; Laois v Donegal; Kildare v Sligo; Meath v Tyrone.Final — Sun, Apr 24.DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: DONEGAL’S NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURE LIST was last modified: January 3rd, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
EL MONTE — Behind the strong arm of Mike McDonough, who was 12 for 19 for 224 yards and three touchdowns, Covina High School (3-1) overpowered host Mountain View High School (0-4) Friday. He also rushed for 60 yards and one touchdown. Covina back Monti Sutton set the tone of the game, returning the opening kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 The Colts defense held the Vikings to 84 total yards and recovered two fumbles. The Vikings’ only score was a safety that resulted from a blocked punt and fumble recovery in the end zone in the first quarter. McDonough showed true leadership, moving the ball down the field on every possession. The game would have been blown wide open in the third quarter, but two touchdowns were called back because of Colts penalties. — Rod Arrant 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! McDonough connected with Jamal James in both the first and second quarter for touchdowns of 10 and 40 yards, respectively. McDonough also hit Paul Clark for a 40- yard strike in the third quarter. Running back Art Combest carried the rushing load, finishing the night with 89 yards and two touchdowns.
This sheep had a close shave after hearing he could have been on the menu in the Dail restaurant.There’s not a lot of people can pull the wool over the eyes of Donegal farmers.And it certainly didn’t happen outside Dail Eireann yesterday either.George Graham of the National Sheep Shearing Association shears a sheep outside Dáil Éireann while agriculture minister Simon Coveney and Gaeltacht minister Joe Mc Hugh look on. Also included are Feargal Friel, Cllr. John Ryan and Yvonne Harkin of the An Grianan Sheep Shearing Association.This photo was taken for the national launch of the Sheep Shearing Championships which take place on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31May on the Grianan Estate, BurtDONEGAL FARMERS LOOKING SHEEPISH OUTSIDE THE DAIL! was last modified: May 8th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:An Grianan EstateDail Eireanndonegalsheep shearing
If you are thinking on adding a dog to your house with an existing dog there is a few things you should take into consideration. Firstly ask yourself are you getting a second dog for the right reasons? Lots of people get second dogs in hope that their dog will stop its destructive behaviour, nuisance barking or their separation anxiety.by Ray Breslin of the K9 Academy, Letterkenny. Sometimes this can help but more often than not you will end up with two noisy destructive dogs as dogs quickly learn from other dogs.Often people get a second dog as they feel guilty for not spending enough time with their existing dog and just want a friend to keep their dog company. Although the thought is nice and well intended its not a good reason to get a second dog as you will then have two dogs craving their humans companionship.So you have decided that none of the above are applicable to you and you just love dogs and want another, what do you need to know and do before getting another?If you have an elderly dog that just likes a small walk and to relax inside with its humans you should look into rescuing a dog of similar energy. Adding a puppy would only make life stressful for an older dog and both could end up with behavioural issues. Although most of the time same gender dogs get along just fine for novice dog owners it is best to get the opposite gender to what you already have in the house.Adding a big dog to a house with a small dog and vice versa. This is completely fine as long as your existing dog does not mind big/small dogs. Usually after a month or two they will get along just fine.If you are getting a puppy or adding any new dog into your house it is important to give your existing dog lots of attention as often the new arrival gets all the attention and this can stress out your existing dog and create conflict between the two.Your existing dog may act suspicious for awhile if you see them being extra watchful of the new member of the family be careful as often a dog fight can follow. So set up a management system and keep all interactions outside until your dog has accepted the new member.Do not let your existing dog “put the new dog in his place” this is a ranking system and dogs do not follow a ranking system. If you allow this to happen there can be possible conflict throughout their lives together. Ask a professional for help choosing the right dog or puppy to bring into your house.Always introduce the two dogs away from the home in a neutral area this will help ease the transition of the new dog into the house.DD Pets: Adding a second dog to a home – with LK Pets was last modified: October 10th, 2016 by Ray BreslinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
After falling behind early, the San Jose Sharks rallied to tie Game 2 of their NHL Playoff series against the Vegas Golden Knights. Unfortunately, they still had two more periods to play.The Sharks were unable to answer two goals that was ultimately the difference in 5-3 contest. After the game, Sharks coach Pete DeBoer zeroed on a key call in the second period. The team thought that Brent Burns shot a goal, putting the team up 4-3, but the officials waved it off and assessed the Sharks a …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest You can now win FishOhio-style pins just for paddling popular Ohio waterways. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) new Paddle Ohio program rewards individuals with a commemorative pin each time they paddle four different Ohio wild, scenic and recreational rivers, water trails or select state park lakes. To participate in the program, all you have to do is submit information about your four paddling trips on the Paddle Ohio registration form at paddle.ohiodnr.gov and the agency will mail you a pin this fall.Pins are available for paddlers who paddle four, eight, 12, 16 and up to a maximum of 20 different segments of designated Paddle Ohio waters. Maps and more information on Ohio’s scenic rivers are available from the ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft at watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/scenicrivers. Organized paddling events conductedAlthough folks are encouraged to paddle at their convenience to earn their pins, the ODNR is offering a series of Paddle Ohio canoe floats this summer to promote paddling on Ohio’s state-designated wild, scenic and recreational rivers, water trails and select state park lakes. Floats are planned on Stillwater/Greenville Creek, Little Miami, Maumee and Mohican state scenic rivers, which qualify for Paddle Ohio pins recognition.For more information about the events, including registration and possible time changes or float cancellations, visit paddle.ohiodnr.gov. Meanwhile, here is what’s coming up for the balance of the summer.Saturday and Sunday, July 22 and 23 “Lake Fest” at Cowan Lake State Park. Beginning Saturday at 1 p.m., visitors to Cowan Lake State Park will find a variety of opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and paddleboarding. Overnight camping options are available. For more information, contact Sarah Blair at [email protected], Aug. 12, on the Maumee Scenic River. This “Canoeing with Crawfish” float runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Participants will meet at Otsego Park in Bowling Green. Enjoy a scenic float with ODNR staff who will share interesting river features, and investigate the critters who call the river home. To register, visit reservations.woodcountyparkdistrict.org/programs.Sunday, Sept. 3, on the Little Miami Scenic River. This canoe float runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participants will meet at the Caesar Creek State Park campground and shuttle to the Little Miami River. An electrofishing demonstration will be included. To register, contact Melissa Clark at [email protected], Sept. 20 on the Maumee Scenic River. This “Canoeing with Crawfish” float runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Participants will meet at Otsego Park in Bowling Green. Enjoy a scenic float with ODNR staff who will share interesting river features, and investigate the critters who call the river home. To register, visit reservations.woodcountyparkdistrict.org/programs.
Amazon and renewable energy broker Arcadia Power have joined forces to offer homeowners a package that includes web-enabled devices designed to save energy plus a source of renewable energy. The two are partnering on the “Home Efficiency Bundle.” The package of services includes the installation of smart devices, such as the Ecobee thermostat and the Amazon Echo Dot, and a switch to Arcadia Power’s source of clean energy. Customers pay nothing for the installation of the wi-fi gadgets by an Amazon tech. A monthly fee of $20 or $36, depending on which bundle of equipment they choose, is added to the the electricity bill from Arcadia for a term of 36 months.RELATED ARTICLESWind Energy Hits a High NoteUtilities Grapple with Rooftop Solar and the New Energy LandscapeWhen Will Rooftop Solar Be Cheaper Than the Grid?The Internet of Things Takes Center StageGet Ready for Smart Appliances In an article about the new offering, Business Insider described the arrangement as a way for Amazon to get its Alexa technology into more homes while heading off competition from rival Google. The basic package includes the Ecobee thermostat, three smart LED bulbs, an Amazon Dot, and four wi-fi connected electrical receptacles. The upgraded bundle adds a Ring doorbell and swaps an Amazon Show for the Dot. The Echo Dot is a voice-controlled speaker that can play music, answer questions, or check the weather, according to Amazon’s website. The Echo Show is an upgraded version with a 10-inch screen for watching videos and TV shows. Ecobee can use local weather data to regulate home heating and cooling systems with potential savings of 23% a year, Arcadia claims. The thermostat also can send alerts in the event the HVAC system malfunctions. Wi-fi enabled plugs can be used to turn things on and off remotely. Tapping into the renewables market Kiran Bhatraju, who grew up in eastern Kentucky coal country, founded Arcadia Power in 2014 as a way of offering customers the best possible price on renewable energy, according to an article in Forbes earlier this year. Once customers are connected to Arcadia, they are assured of getting 50% of their electricity from renewable sources, mainly wind, with the option of signing up for a variety of other clean power sources, such as community solar or 100% wind energy. It took Arcadia years to build a system connecting the company with utilities around the country. It now has more than 80,000 members and deals with 100 utilities representing all 50 states. Last year, Arcadia reached the “tipping point” where it had enough of a customer base to negotiate lower prices for clean power, with rates often running 10% to 25% less than standard utility offerings, Forbes said. Bhatraju said that rising demand for clean power could stretch sources of renewable energy that are currently available, but at the same time would become an incentive for the addition of new clean energy sources. He told Forbes: “That’s when we become the market maker, with millions of customers leading the way, and making the decision on what kind of power plants to build being initiated by consumers rather than utilities and regulators.”
A European court ruled that Google must delete “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” information from its search results when a user requests it. The ruling upholds the “right to be forgotten,” and allows people to cherry-pick their historical records and eliminate anything they don’t want other people to discover on the search engine.Google was hit with a “right to forget” lawsuit in Spain three years ago. The country’s Data Protection Agency ordered Google to remove search links on 90 people. The company refused to remove any data.See Also: How To Remove Yourself From The InternetAccording to the Guardian, in the first case of many against Google, Mario Costeja González from Spain wanted information relating to an auction for his repossessed home in 1998 erased from two pages on a newspaper’s website, and the European Court of justice ruled that under European Union data privacy laws, Google must remove the links that point to those pages.Google is the Internet’s encyclopedia, collecting and indexing public and historical information for people to find in the future. Allowing people to scrub history could also effectively let people rewrite it. If the ruling is upheld, people will be able to sanitize their background by erasing links to public information in one of the world’s largest information repositories.See also: Spain Asks Google For The Right To Be ForgottenEuropean citizens could now have greater control of their data, but questions remain on how people can enforce these rules, and even whether a “right to be forgotten” is a good idea in the first place. People should have a right to have their data protected online, and companies like Google and other social media companies have been slapped with lawsuits in the past for violating users’ rights. But there’s a big difference between private, personal data like information shared with friends on Facebook and public records that are published in a newspaper or other outlet online. In this case Google, as the collector of information around the Web, only has to remove the links that point to the information; it doesn’t have power to remove the information itself. The two pages are still live on the newspaper’s website, so a savvy user would eventually be able to find them, it would just take more than a cursory search.Lead image courtesy of Robert Scoble on Flickr 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market selena larson Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#European Union#Google#now#privacy#Right to be forgotten#Spain Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving (11) shoots over Sacramento Kings’ George Hill (3). APBOSTON — Jaylen Brown has already figured out he’ll receive a lot less attention from opposing defenses when he’s on the floor with Kyrie Irving. Brown has also realized he’ll get some open shots, too. “This is about where we’re going to be two years from now. I have to look at it in a broader lens on a day-to-day basis.” Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Read Next “Kyrie and (Al) Horford are going to draw so much attention, especially Kyrie,” Brown said. “I’m just licking my chops anytime they double-team Kyrie. I’m just trying to be as ready as possible to take the pressure off them.”Irving also scored 22 for the Celtics, who posted their 11th consecutive win over the Kings in Boston, dating to their last loss on Jan. 19, 2007. Terry Rozier added 12 points, and Daniel Theis had 10 points with 10 rebounds.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“You know what was interesting? I thought that he only took eight shots, but obviously 22 points on eight shots is great,” Boston coach Brad Stevens said about Brown. “I thought that he took all the right ones.”Buddy Hield scored 17 points and Zach Randolph 16 for the Kings, who lost their sixth in a row — the last three by an average of 24 points. Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks in bounce back win over Celtics PLAY LIST 02:29Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks in bounce back win over Celtics00:50Trending Articles01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA MOST READ Warren has career-high 40, Suns rally to beat Wizards QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion LATEST STORIES “Despite these losses, I think we’re playing better. We’re moving the ball, playing with each other,” Hield said. “It can mentally break you down. We’ve just got to be mentally strong each and every day.”Boston led 58-45 at halftime and took complete control early in the third quarter, pushing it to 66-47 on Irving’s second 3-pointer in the opening two minutes.Brown hit consecutive 3-pointers 27 seconds apart during a 17-2 run that made it 87-56 late in the third. Irving had seven points during the spree, including his third from beyond the arc in the quarter.The Celtics led 89-60 after three.TIP-INSADVERTISEMENT Kings: Have been held to 100 points or fewer in four of their seven losses. . Sacramento was outrebounded 52-26 and shot only 43 percent. “We just struggle to score,” coach Dave Joerger said. “When you play a team that can score, sometimes that inability lets them be even more free and more loose.”Celtics: F Marcus Morris, who has not played this season due to a sore left knee, worked “really hard” on Wednesday and the team expects to see him play “sooner than later,” Stevens said. Morris is scheduled to go on the upcoming road trip.HAYWARD UPDATEStevens talked about star Gordon Hayward’s progress from a gruesome broken left ankle suffered in the team’s opener at Cleveland.“He’s going to be in a boot for however long,” the coach said. “It’s going to be a while before he’s allowed to put any weight on it.”Stevens said Hayward is in “good spirits” and “has been doing his chair shooting every day.”The injured forward has visited the team’s practice facility a few times.STAY CALMJoerger talked about the need to stay positive before the game despite his team’s rough start.“I try not to hit them over the head every timeout, being negative,” he said, breaking into a smile. “Very rarely have I lost it this season, which I think you can do twice a season — you can go temporarily insane. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brown scored 22 points on 7-of-8 shooting in three quarters, and the Boston Celtics coasted past the skidding Sacramento Kings 113-86 on Wednesday (Thursday Manila time) for their sixth straight victory.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH View comments
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We’re officially three months away from college football’s first contest – Cal vs. Hawaii – so it’s time to start making some predictions. No, we don’t just mean for division winners, bowl matchups and the College Football Playoff field. We’re going to make predictions for every game. Every game that involves a Power 5 team, at least.Let’s get started with week one – which features a dozen big-time matchups. Week 1 Highlights:Tennessee looks like the most impressive team in the country, blasting Appalachian State.Stanford takes down Kansas State in an important non-conference matchup.UCLA hands Texas A&M a tough non-conference loss.Oklahoma holds off upstart Houston.LSU handles Wisconsin despite offensive struggles.Alabama crushes USC.Clemson downs Auburn on a last-second touchdown.Notre Dame has no problem with Texas.Florida State surprises Ole Miss with 21 fourth-quarter points.Here are the standings and the College Football Playoff outlook after week one:Here are the scores for every Power 5 game:California 33, Hawaii 7 Utah 43, Southern Utah 10 Minnesota 20, Oregon State 13 Wake Forest 20, Tulane 10 Louisville 45, Charlotte 23 Indiana 42, Florida International 17 NC State 55, William & Mary 10 Tennessee 65, Appalachian State 7 South Carolina 31, Vanderbilt 20 Colorado 31, Colorado State 30 Stanford 17, Kansas State 7 Syracuse 24, Colgate 20 Michigan State 31, Furman 0 Ohio State 31, Bowling Green 17 Penn State 45, Kent State 20 Iowa 20, Miami (OH) 17 Northwestern 24, Western Michigan 3 Purdue 10, Eastern Kentucky 9 Kansas 27, Rhode Island 20 TCU 45, South Dakota State 10 Texas Tech 45, Stephen F Austin 20 BYU 27, Arizona 20 Baylor 35, Northwestern State 10 Iowa State 35, Northern Iowa 31 Arkansas 45, Louisiana Tech 23 UCLA 31, Texas A&M 23 Mississippi State 40, South Alabama 20 West Virginia 45, Missouri 20 Kentucky 34, Southern Miss 31 Arizona State 51, Northern Arizona 13 Oregon 50, UC Davis 7 Washington 54, Rutgers 23 Washington State 34, Eastern Washington 20 Nebraska 40, Fresno State 13 Illinois 19, Murray State 11 Maryland 24, Howard 7 Georgia Tech 23, Boston College 7 Oklahoma 24, Houston 20 Michigan 70, Hawaii 7 Virginia Tech 34, Liberty 10 Pittsburgh 17, Villanova 9 Virginia 17, Richmond 7 LSU 30, Wisconsin 20 Georgia 27, North Carolina 13 Duke 30, NC Central 3 Miami 30, Florida A&M 7 Alabama 31, USC 7 Clemson 35, Auburn 31 Notre Dame 35, Texas 10 Florida State 24, Ole Miss 21 Oklahoma State 48, SE Louisiana 0 Florida 34, UMass 6Next: Week 2 >>>Pages: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14
zoom Due to extraordinarily weak dry bulk market conditions seen in the first half of 2016, the Hong Kong-listed dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin Shipping reported a net loss of USD 60.4 million, against a net loss of USD 15.4 million seen a year earlier, despite its strong TCE earnings premium.“While we were loss-making over this challenging period, our Handysize and Supramax earnings outperformed spot market rates by 56% and 29% respectively and we generated a positive operating cash flow,” Mats Berglund, CEO of Pacific Basin, said.The company’s said that its recent rights issue enhances its ability to navigate the protracted challenging environment, but also the ability to attract cargo and to assess and potentially purchase secondhand vessels at low prices.Average Handysize and Supramax daily earnings of USD 6,080 and USD 5,910 per day outperformed BHSI and BSI spot market indices by 56% and 29%, respectively.The sluggish dry bulk shipping market led to the reduction of the company’s daily Handysize vessel operating costs and shore-side G&A expenses compared to last year as Pacific Basin Shipping operated an average of 129 Handysize and 79 Supramax ships resulting in a 13% reduction and 39% increase in revenue days year on year.Driven primarily by South American agricultural exports, dry bulk rates have improved on increasing activity since the record lows of mid-February, the company said, adding that it is “continuing to manage for a weak market in the medium term, driving further cost savings and conducting our business efficiently and safely while astutely combining ships and cargoes to maximise our margins.”As at 30 June 2016, Pacific Basin Shipping operates 212 dry bulk ships of which 87 are owned and 125 are chartered. A further 12 owned and 5 chartered newbuildings are scheduled to join the company’s core fleet over the next two years.
LONDON – Teenage royal wedding guest Faith Dickinson says she’s got her “dream dress” ready for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.The Peterborough, Ont., resident is among the throngs of royal fans who have flooded the town of Windsor west of London to celebrate the union at Windsor Castle on Saturday.But unlike most, the 15-year-old will watch the spectacle from the castle grounds, as one of seven youth associated with the Diana Award to receive a coveted spot outside St. George’s Chapel.Some 200 others from a range of charities are also invited onto the grounds, as well as more than 2,000 members of the public. Tens of thousands of other royal fans are expected to line the historic town’s winding streets.Dickinson expected she’ll have a prime view of the couple’s arrival, as well as their emergence from the ceremony as newlyweds.But her day will start early — she says she’ll have to dress and complete her makeup for an 8:30 a.m. arrival at the castle.With the wedding not set to begin until noon, and the couple’s procession through town not expected until 1 p.m., it’ll make for a long morning spent outside, the teen noted Friday.“But it’s all worth it,” Dickinson said, adding she’ll also get a chance to enter the chapel after the guests leave.“I love them, they’re a perfect couple and they do so much amazing charity work.”It’ll be a whirlwind trip for Dickinson, who arrived in London on Thursday, heads to Scotland on Sunday and returns to Canada on Wednesday.She’s still in school, after all, she points out.The Grade 10 student brought homework to tackle on the train to Edinburgh and back.“I have to get back to school — it’s exam season so I can’t miss too much,” said Dickinson, who brought math, history and science work.Nevertheless, she’s soaking up as much of her fairy tale trip as possible and plans to bring a camera to snap some prime shots of famous guests.And she gushed over her bespoke silk and lace dress by Ottawa designer Nora Pucci of the brand Zarucci, and a matching fascinator by Toronto milliner David Dunkley.“It’s a perfect outfit, my dream,” she said of the dress, in mauve.Dickinson said it was exactly one year ago that she met Prince Harry in London to receive a Diana Award for her charity work. Cuddles for Cancer provides blankets to cancer patients and veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.“I would never have imagined that I would be back for his wedding.”
In his latest report on the issue, the Secretary-General encourages national and international justice systems to take strong action ending impunity for crimes against children committed within their jurisdictions.Among other recommendations aimed at halting violations committed against the young caught up in war zones and bolstering their protection, the Secretary-General urged the Security Council to put measures into place against repeat offenders.“Accountability for perpetrators will create a sense of justice for the victims and it will also have a deterrence effect,” noted Radhika Coomaraswamy, Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict.“Persistent violators have to realize that their crimes will not remain unpunished,” she added.The Secretary-General’s annual report to the Security Council explicitly lists in its annexes 56 parties, both State and non-State, who have committed grave violations against children, including 19 persistent violators who have been listed for more than 4 years. The report covers compliance and progress in ending six grave violations against children caught up in armed conflict: the recruitment and use of children, killing and maiming of children, rape and other grave sexual violence, abductions, attacks on schools and hospitals, and denial of humanitarian access to children.Noting that while progress has been made through plans to release child soldiers in several countries, such as in Burundi, the Central African Republic (CAR), Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Uganda, children continue to suffer in many conflicts.The report also documents grave violations against children in 20 countries: Afghanistan, Burundi, CAR, Chad, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, DRC, Georgia, Haiti, Iraq, Lebanon, Myanmar, Nepal, Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel, the Philippines, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Thailand and Uganda. Ms. Coomaraswamy stressed that the child protection community was waiting for a strong signal from the Security Council on its commitment to tackle the protection of children during armed conflict when it discusses the report on 29 April. 22 April 2009Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on the Security Council and judicial systems to step up action in the fight to end abuse of children in conflict zones around the world.
Samantha Craggs, Web editor, Marketing and CommunicationsSamantha Craggs is a Brock University communications and news media specialist who decided to try her hand at fiction-writing.She’s off to an excellent start.Craggs, a writer and web editor in University Marketing and Communications department, is one of the top three winners in the Toronto Star 2011 Short Story Contest, the most competitive event of its kind in Canada.She received her award Wednesday (April 27) in a ceremony at the Toronto Reference Library, where she shared the podium with first-place winner Toronto novelist Richelle Kosar, and University of Toronto physicist Erik Martinez, who won second prize.Craggs, a former newspaper reporter who joined Brock’s Communications staff in 2009, won for her submission Drinking in the Basement. Set in Niagara Falls, N.Y., it is the story of a frustrated wife dealing with her husband’s alcoholism.She said she was “stunned” when she was contacted and told she was a finalist.“It still hasn’t really sunk in,” she said after this week’s ceremony. “Fiction writing is a labour of love. It’s a whole lot of rejection, even for the best of them, so to get a ‘yes’ like that was amazing.“I was especially happy to get the chance to mention Brock University.”Now in its 33rd year, the Star’s literary competition is the biggest of its type in Canada and one of the largest in North America.With national prestige and thousands of dollars in prize money on the table, the competition is stiff. This year’s contest drew more than 2,000 entries from writers — including published authors —across Ontario. Stories must be no longer than 2,500 words.The first-place winner gets $5000 plus tuition (worth about $3,000) for the Creative Writing Correspondence Course offered by the Humber School of Writers. Second prize is $2,000 and third prize is $1,000.The winning entries will be published in the Star on three consecutive Sundays, starting May 8.For more on the story, see http://www.thestar.com/news/article/981646–celebrity-drama-wins-star-short-story-contest
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Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has thanked the supporters after he scored a brace in their 4-2 victory at home against Tottenham Hotspur.Aubameyang converted a first-half penalty and scored a second-half equalizer as Arsenal came from behind to win 4-2 against Spurs in Sunday’s North London derby.“We had a great first half but after the first goal we conceded, we had a moment where we were a bit down,” Aubameyang told the club’s website.“At half-time we were confident. We spoke and we knew that we could do it in the second half, to come back. We did it. Then we had the fans behind us and we had power, we felt strong. We went for the win.”Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.The victory took Arsenal to fourth place in the table, but Aubameyang insists that their performance is more important.“I think the most important thing right now is the performances. Of course, we want to continue this form and we’re still winning games,” he said.“We’re unbeaten, so it’s great at the moment. We just have to keep going.”
RAMONA (KUSI) – Fire crews have reached full containment of a wildfire that spread over hilly rural terrain east of Ramona Friday afternoon, officials said.The fire destroyed one back-country home and threatened several more before ground and airborne crews could subdue the flames.The non-injury blaze erupted for unknown reasons about 1 p.m. Friday off the 25000 block of Old Julian Highway, near Cinnamon Rock Road in the Witch Creek area, according to Cal Fire.Within an hour, the flames had scorched about 10 acres and engulfed a house, said Issac Sanchez, a fire captain with the state agency.By 2:15 p.m., crews had halted the spread of the blaze, dubbed the Cinnamon Fire. A more accurate estimate showed the blaze had burned about 13 acres by 7 p.m.Firefighters had the smoldering burn area about 100 percent surrounded by about 9:30 p.m., the fire agency tweeted. KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: July 21, 2018 Updated: 12:23 PM Firefighters knock down 13 acre Ramona wildfire July 21, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Wildfires FacebookTwitter
Law enforcement and school officials are warning of possible “stranger danger” near Gaiser Middle School.Three students reported being spoken to by a suspicious man in a pickup truck in the 2200 block of Northeast 94th Street, a few blocks from the school, about 8:20 a.m. Thursday, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.The man spoke to a female Gaiser student, but the girl pulled out her cellphone, acted as if she was making a call and kept walking, the sheriff’s office said.A moment later, police said the same man then spoke to a male student, asking him if he wanted candy. The boy began texting and kept walking. Another boy walking behind the first boy also saw the man in the pickup and kept walking.“They did the exact right thing: ignored the suspect adult who was trying to get their attention,” said Sgt. Fred Neiman. He added that while pretending to call someone is a good thing to do, “Don’t be afraid to make a call to 911 if you feel threatened as you’re walking to school.”The suspicious man is described as white, heavy-set, 30 to 50 years old, and with gray hair and a short beard. He was reportedly wearing a blue or tan shirt and smoking a cigarette. His truck was described as white, possibly with gold trim at the bottom, and having a Washington license plate.Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Deputy Jeremy Brown at 360-397-6008 ext. 5461.
Works of artists from Portugal, Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique and India comprise the travelling exhibition underway at the India International Centre here. The series of uncanny artworks seem to tell a story. An anti-clock wise tour of the gallery indicates an evolution, a moving forward of time.Organised by Perve Galeria with support of the Portugal Embassy, the exhibition Lusophonies/Lusofonias display both modern and contemporary art by different generations of the Portuguese speaking countries or Lusophones which include Portugal, Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique and certain parts of India. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’All the artworks in the exhibition have a common connection, whether experiential or through a formal aesthetic, related to African roots. A troika of oxymoronic images, two from India and one from Africa, serves as a prologue to the collection which manifests the cross-cultural developments that followed the colonization across continents and the struggle against it.“The origin of this collection was the need to reflect on how lusophone countries saw and see Lusophonie, a plural and dialectical vision, full of discrepancies, ambiguities and mutual contamination about culture, society, and even about a common language,” says Nunes. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe show has been chronologically divided into three sections: ‘Colonialism’, ‘Independence’ and ‘Miscegenation and Diaspora.’ Moving from one period to another in the anthology portrays a clear evolution from the “tendency to use art as a revolutionary discourse” in colonies to the establishment of sovereign political regimes after independence.“In Portugal, the freedom of speech that followed several decades of repression was a symptom of the artistic development,” says Nunes. The final part of the Lusophonies exhibition represents the artistic development that has occurred over time extending up to the present, not only in the lusophone world, but also in the countries where artists today work about Lusophonie and African influence issues. Representation from India includes two photographs by Subodh Kerkar and a set of pots or ‘matkas’ usually used by women in Indian villages to carry water.Closing this chapter of exhibition, which speaks majorly of the African influence, is a box of postcard sized artworks, some of them suspended in the air through strings around it, by Nobel Laureate author Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The exhibition is set to be on display till February 15.
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S R Kashyap Annual Lecture announced Chandigarh: On the occasionvice-chancellor Professor Arun Kumar Grover announced the university would institute the Professor S R Kashyap Annual Lecture in the botanists memory After thisKashyaps daughteractress Kamini Kaushalannounced an endowment of Rs 3 lakh for organising the lecture Professor Grover informed that eminent agricultural scientistM S Swaminathanwould be contacted to deliver the first lecture ENS For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLeft-armer Imad Wasim took four wickets to spin Pakistan to a 13-run victory over Zimbabwe in the first of two Twenty20 internationals at Harare Sports Club on Sunday Although Zimbabwe put in a disciplined performance with the ball after losing the toss and restricted Pakistan to 136 for eight they were unable to contend with Wasim’s bowling on a slow pitch and crumbled to 123 for nine in reply Imad Wasim (L) celebrates a wicket during the first of two T20 cricket matches between Pakistan and hosts Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club AFP The 26-year-old Wasim finished with figures of 4 for 11 from four overs and was named man of the match having also contributed 19 runs from just 12 balls "Everything I touched turned into gold today" Wasim said "I tried to bowl wicket-to-wicket and the basics paid off" Such a comfortable victory was not always on the cards for Pakistan who slumped to 29 for three early in their innings as seamer Chamu Chibhabha grabbed three wickets in six deliveries Their recovery was led by Shoaib Malik who scored 35 from just 24 balls before he was bowled by a skiddy Sean Williams delivery and was finished off by Mohammad Rizwan’s unbeaten 33 Chibhabha finished with figures of 3 for 18 from three overs and also took an outstanding catch in the outfield to dismiss Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi late in the innings That helped Zimbabwe prevent the onslaught at the death that their bowlers have been vulnerable to this year but they lost in-form Chibhabha to Wasim in the first over of their reply Hamilton Masakadza’s steady 25 kept the hosts in the game as they headed towards the halfway stage of their chase before Wasim returned to take a wicket in each of his remaining three overs and leave Zimbabwe’s lower order with too much to do Captain Elton Chigumbura’s 31 took the match into the last over with Zimbabwe needing 16 to win with two wickets in hand but debutant Imran Khan held his nerve to secure the win for Pakistan "We just lost too many wickets at the end" Chigumbura reflected "The wicket was a bit slow and difficult but requiring six runs an over it was good enough to bat on "We have come close on many occasions but we keep on losing" The second T20 international takes place at the same venue on Tuesday and will be followed by three one-day internationals AFP Beijing: California governor Jerry Brown predicted Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris Climate Accord will prove only a temporary setback to reducing greenhouse gas emissions because "disaster still looms" unless the world moves urgently on the issue Brown toldAssociated Press during his visit to a clean energy conference in Beijing that China European countries and US state governors will for now fill the gap left by the federal government’s move to abdicate leadership on the issue "Nobody can stay on the sidelines We can’t afford any dropouts in the tremendous human challenge to make the transition to a sustainable future" Brown said "Disaster still looms and we’ve got to make the turn" Trump’s decision to leave the Paris accord has drawn heavy criticism within the US and internationally including in China The president argued that the Paris agreement favours emerging economies such as China’s and India’s at the expense of US workers California governor Jerry Brown AP Without mentioning Trump by name Brown told attendees at a forum on electric vehicles that "there are still people in powerful places who are resisting reality who are resisting the obvious science that we know governs our lives" Later when asked by the AP what could prompt the US to return to the forefront of climate change efforts Brown replied "Science facts the world the marketplace" Chinese Science and Technology Minister Wan Gang and Brown signed an agreement on behalf of their respective governments calling for greater collaboration on countering climate change Wan did not publicly address Trump’s move on the accord which has been ratified by almost 150 countries Brown signed similar collaboration agreements over the past several days with leaders in two Chinese provinces Jiangsu and Sichuan The US has long been a leader in the clean energy arena driving innovations in electric cars renewable power and other sectors of the industry California with the largest economy of any US state as well as some of the strictest climate controls has been at the forefront of the sector Although China has in recent years overtaken the US as the world leader in renewable power development it has struggled to integrate its sprawling wind and solar facilities into an electricity grid still dominated by coal-fueled power plants At the same time Chinese leaders face growing public pressure at home to reduce the health-damaging smog that blankets many urban areas The government has pledged that greenhouse gas emissions will peak no later than 2030 under the Paris pact and start to fall after then It has canceled the planned construction of more than 100 new coal-fired power plants and plans to invest at least $360 billion in green-energy projects by the end of the decade Its consumption of coal fell in 2016 for a third consecutive year It could meet its 2030 target a decade early US Energy Secretary Rick Perry also is due to attend this week’s energy meeting in Beijing Observers say delegates from other countries will be listening closely to the former Texas governor to gauge how Trump administration policies will shape global energy trends Trump is a strong advocate of boosting US fossil fuel industries in particular coal mining which suffered a steep decline in production during the tenure of former President Barack Obama Cheap natural gas and tighter pollution restrictions toppled coal from its dominant position in the US power sector over the past decade and experts say it unlikely to regain that position regardless of what Trump does China is by far the world’s largest user of coal which accounts for almost two-thirds of its energy use and has made it the number one emitter of climate-changing greenhouse gases Perry is from a state that is known for its oil production but which also has emerged as a leader in renewables development Texas has some of the largest wind farms in the country and a fast-expanding solar sector Madrid: Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone believes his side can now count themselves as equals when facing Real Madrid in the last La Liga derby at Atletico’s Vicente Calderon stadium on Saturday File image of Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone AP Simeone has overseen a dramatic turnaround in Atletico’s fortunes since taking over nearly five years ago including ending a 14-year winless streak against Real to win the Copa del Rey in 2013 Since then Atletico have lost two Champions League finals to Real but haven’t lost in their last six league meetings with the European champions "We believe in our own strengths we know our own virtues and above all our own deficiencies" said Simeone on Friday "We know there was a long time when they were better than us and nowadays we compete on a par with them "It is obvious one match is not a league it is just one match and anything can happen" Atletico won’t be short of motivation in the first clash between the sides since Real edged May’s Champions League final on penalties The club plans to move to a new 67000 capacity stadium next season but as well as possibly hosting Real for the final time at the Calderon Atletico are also in more need of the points as they trail the league leaders by six points "The fans will be the same as always we need them to be the 12th man" added Simeone Whilst Real are injury-ravaged without four key players in Pepe Casemiro Toni Kroos and Alvaro Morata Atletico hope to be at full-strength should top-scorer Antoine Griezmann shake off a bruised left foot to start "He is better he trained normally yesterday" said Simeone when quizzed on Griezmann’s fitness "This morning he was treated again He is making a huge effort to be fit "I hope he finishes training today in good shape and to be able to include him in the squad" By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: March 3 2016 9:01 am Shabana Azmi has said that mainstream Hindi cinema is witnessing a change from the stereotypical portrayal of mothers and other characters in earlier times Related News Actress Shabana Azmi has said that mainstream Hindi cinema is witnessing a change from the stereotypical portrayal of mothers and other characters in earlier times See Pics:Sonam Kapoor Shabana Azmi Bond At Neerja’s Successmeet “There is a change coming in mainstream Hindi cinema Earlier when there used to be a role of a mother she would drop the thaali and scream ‘nahi’ an absolutely stereotypical role And in Hindi films there was always an attempt to wipe out all the details” Azmi said at a press meet regarding the success of her film ‘Neerja’ This has been changing now she said adding that if you see in mainstream cinema we are locating our characters Azmi plays a role based on Rama Bhanot in the film the mother of Neerja Bhanot (played by Sonam Kapoor) a flight attendant who laid her life in protecting passengers on a hijacked flight in 1986 Also read:Sonam Kapoor disappointed with ‘Neerja’ piracy in Pakistan The relationship between her and Sonam has been one of the highlights of the film having earned appreciation from critics and fans While there were numerous Punjabi mothers shown in Hindi films many of them have been stereotypical with the accent mannerisms and behaviour Also read:My focus was to create an ‘emotional reality’ in Neerja: Ram Madhvani “For any character it is important that you play different types of characters and in Neerja’s character there was a Punjabiyat but we didn’t blow trumpets about it only a few lines of it were used and people have appreciated it That’s the way forward The most delightful feeling is that numerous Punjabi mothers said that I looked exactly like them” Azmi said She also said that she’s getting numerous compliments from people who said that she made them cry “Javed sahab cried a lot when he saw the trial; he was speechless for a substantial time He then watched it in the theatre and again cried a lot there” she responded on being asked if her husband Javed Akhtar also feels the same ‘Neerja’ has done good business at the box-office having earned more than Rs50 crore at the box-office in its first week For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 8 2015 2:09 pm It’s pack up for the cast of “Reporters” and actress Kritika Kamra has only fond memories to take back from the TV show Related News It’s pack up for the cast of “Reporters” and actress Kritika Kamra has only fond memories to take back from the TV show She says she is not signing another fiction entertainer anytime soon as she needs a much-deserved break Rumour mills have been abuzz that Kritika has been approached for a new TV show on &tv but she wonders where her name has cropped up from “I’m not doing any show (as of now) I have just finished the last day of shooting for ‘Reporters’ on October 6 and right now I have no plan to take up anything so soon I need a break” Kritika told IANS over phone from Mumbai Not one to do back-to-back fiction shows the actress who has earlier impressed small screen lovers in “Kitani Mohabbat Hai” and “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge” and as the host of “MTV Webbed” says she has always been open to different things in the realm of entertainment Share This Article Related Article “I’ve done fiction shows non-fiction shows short films and I’ve also been an anchor on TV so I like to maintain a balance As of now I’m in talks for somethings but it will only be feasible to talk about it when there’s something concrete” Kritika said and even hinted that a film may be in the works too The actress has also been seen doing some interesting short films which have been received well on digital platforms such as YouTube and Facebook Her short film “Dry Dreams” was also screened at the Jagran Film Festival For now it’s a holiday that’s on her mind Kritika says her experience on “Reporters” — a newsroom drama show — in which she starred with Rajeev Khandelwal has been wonderful for her “professionally and personally” “It has been a very special show with great people…It was a dream team The concept was something new and what was particularly wonderful was that the story was not changed or moulded for the sake of TRPs” she said What Kritika especially loved about “Reporters” was its finite concept The show began on Sony Entertainment Television only in April and will end soon “One of the reasons why I loved doing ‘Reporters’ is that it was a finite show and It was a clear script from start to finish Indian television needs more of such formats” she said The curtains came down on the show’s shooting with a wrap-up party where the entire team congregated and raised a toast For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMadrid: Wonder goals from Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi left Barcelona with a 2-1 Copa del Rey semi-final first leg advantage over Atletico Madrid to take back to the Camp Nou next week Suarez’s solo effort and a thunderous strike from Messi gave Barca a deserved commanding lead at half-time Barcelona ride on Luis Suarez Messi masterclass in the first leg of the Copa del Rey AP Yet Atletico roared back after the break as Antoine Griezmann halved the arrears and the hosts went close to an equaliser as they piled on the pressure in the final stages However Diego Simeone’s men were left to rue their slow start with Barca now favourites to make a fourth straight Cup final ahead of the second leg on 7 February "It is normal that playing here at their home they would push us and they were much better in the second-half than the first" said Suarez "The didn’t have anything to lose They risked a lot more and made us suffer a little" The honours have been split two apiece in the four previous two-legged ties between these sides in the past three seasons Yet there was a gulf in class as Barca took control in the first 45 minutes It took just seven minutes for Suarez to open the scoring with his seventh goal in nine appearances against Atletico The Uruguayan ran half the length of the field leaving Diego Godin and Stefan Savic in his wake before slotting the ball home with the outside of his foot into the far corner Suarez should have had a second when he was played in by Neymar but inside of going for goal the former Liverpool striker tried to return the ball to the Brazilian who couldn’t control Messi was the source of most of Barca’s best moves and sealed a scintillating first-half performance with a stunning finish for the second 12 minutes before half-time when he blasted home off the inside of the post from outside the box Atletico had offered precious little other than one effort from Koke that dipped onto the roof of the net before the break However the hosts were a team transformed after the break with Fernando Torres introduced alongside Griezmann up front "We spoke at half-time and I think in the second-half we got close to the team we have always been" said Atletico boss Simeone "I am left with that positive feeling We were close to a draw we fronted up against all the difficulties we faced in the first-half" Atletico were back in the tie just before the hour mark when a free-kick to the back post found Godin and his header across goal was turned home by Griezmann The French international had a glorious chance to then level moments later when he was picked out perfectly by Filipe Luis’s low cross However Griezmann’s effort was straight at Jasper Cillessen who saved from point blank range Barca could have put the tie to bed with a third away goal as a Messi free-kick was brilliantly turned onto the bar by Miguel Angel Moya Neymar then had a glorious chance as Messi again split the Atletico defence but his careless finish flew miles over the bar with just Moya to beat Barca could and arguably should have been punished in the latter stages as Torres flicked another fine Luis cross inches wide Torres also fired wide with a much better opening from the edge of the area before Griezmann rifled a thirty-yard strike inches past Cillessen’s far post "As per my source, there would be a core campaign 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These are old hat now but back then it was crazy time And very exciting You tuned in because you didn’t know what you might see next And Crowe as their leader and best batsman was at the heart of everything they did But that loss and Pakistan’s eventual victory in the final meant the tournament would forever be remembered for Pakistan’s great escape with Crowe (the leading run-scorer in the tournament) and New Zealand’s revolutionary cricket relegated to a supporting role In a way that match was a microcosm of Crowe’s career A strong muscular batsman with all the shots and the footwork of a boxer (a batsman needs the footwork of a boxer he used to say) Crowe is undoubtedly one of New Zealand’s finest-ever cricketers and one of his generations finest batsman An average of 4536 from 77 Tests with 17 centuries is a Test record nine out of every 10 batsman would gladly accept Yet injuries forced him into early retirement at the age of 33 at a time when he had averaged 5052 over the previous 10 years In other words something great might have been greater still At his peak between 1985 and 1993 Crowe averaged 5475 and scored a century once every 321 Tests The late Peter Roebuck once wrote that Crowe could “soar like an eagle” at the crease Gideon Haigh in a masterly tribute to Crowe on ESPNcricinfo describes Crowe’s 188 against Australia in 1985 thus: “I can see him now — tight upright playing pedantically in the V the sleeves buttoned to the wrists the distinctive white headband beneath the distinctive white helmet as understated and soaringly magnificent as a Doric column” No one was harder on Crowe than Crowe himself In his second autobiography Raw published in 2013 after he had been diagnosed with cancer Crowe admitted he had led a somewhat tortured existence Calling himself the “the world record holder for grievances" he said he suffered an "ongoing problem of mine — a disconnected spirit and soul overwhelmed by the ego and the emotional instability created from my unfinished teenage development" Yet he was also one of the finest thinkers of the sport and grew into a skilled writer expounding eruditely on technique individual players and the state of the global game In his tribute Haigh reveals that Crowe was “an astonishingly assiduous correspondent hugely motivated to become a better writer always wanting to know what you thought of his work endlessly encouraging of your own” Crowe was particularly insightful when it came to the inner life of a batsman In a column titled Minding the Gap he wrote: “The gap between balls that 30-second time span between when the last ball became dead and the next ball becomes live is arguably the most important period in a batsman’s innings” He also wrote movingly about his own career and his love for New Zealand cricket even as cancer ravaged his body And he was a ceaseless advocate for playing cricket with respect and for the right reasons His final column for ESPNCricinfo in May 2015 was fittingly titled ‘Ain’t No Time to Hate’: “What we can strive for is to restore our sport’s lost integrity and loving feeling so the fans can be lifted once more from their daily grind International cricket nation vs nation is about patriotism and a bit of tribalism but not hate It does no harm to remind ourselves of why we play the game: for the love of entertaining every fan We play to satisfy our pride of place where we live It was clear he cared deeply about the game of cricket and wanted the best both for the sport and the players His inventiveness followed him into retirement and he created a precursor to Twenty20 cricket in Cricket Max a three-hour format but with two innings of 10 8-ball overs per side One of the rules was a free hit after a no-ball something that is now common currency in limited-over cricket today Crowe came up with it in the mid-1990s He was also generous with his time not only as a mentor to the next generation of New Zealand cricketers but also to complete strangers such as fellow Firstpost writer Dennis Freedman an account of which you can read here Whatever demons Crowe had to deal with throughout his life it appears he had conquered them at last before dying of cancer at the age of 53 A marvellous batsman but in the end a better human being Quito: United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday became the godparent of a newborn giant tortoise in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador where he is on a tour to encourage environmental protection for the world heritage site The United Nations Secretary General became the godfather of the giant tortoise named Encantada the 57th born in the Chelonoidis darwini species from Santiago Island while he was visiting the Giant Tortoise Breeding Centre of the Galapagos National Park (GNP) in Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island Efe news reported Encantada was hatched in artificial incubators in the Puerto Ayora Galapagos breeding centre as part of a conservation programme carried out by the Ecuadorian Ministry of Environment The baby tortoise will stay in the breeding centre for the next five years and will then return to its home island of Santiago the GNP said in a statement "It is our responsibility to preserve the Galapagos truly a unique world heritage site for current and future generations" Ban said during a ceremony to recognise him as Encantada’s godfather The GNP’s artificial breeding programme for giant tortoises seeks to re-populate the land-dwelling reptiles on several Galapagos islands where their population has fallen or become extinct for various reasons such as the introduction of an invasive alien species The 19-island archipelago is located about 1000 km from the Ecuadorian mainland coast and was declared a World Heritage Site by the UN Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation in 1978 It is also a melting pot for marine biodiversity South Africa have extended the contract of coach Russell Domingo until after next year’s tour to England Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Wednesday The 42-year-old took over from Gary Kirsten in mid-2013 but his current contract was due to run out in April after South Africa return from a tour to New Zealand File photo of South Africa’s Hashim Amla and team coach Russell Domingo Reuters "The Board believed the best approach at present was to extend the tenure of Mr Domingo until the end of the England tour in 2017" said CSA chief executive Haroon Lorgat "Naturally the performances of the Proteas was a key factor in the Board’s unanimous decision "The recent 1-0 Test series win against New Zealand and the impressive 5-0 win in the ODI Series against world champions Australia resulting in us being the first nation to achieve a clean sweep against them were noted "In addition the excellent Proteas discipline and the positive culture throughout the coaching team the player leadership group and the rest of the players were viewed as exemplary" Domingo’s contract extension means he will now oversee the team for the ICC Champions Trophy plus the four tests three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals in England Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: February 24 2013 3:30 am Top News On day two of the India International Cycle Expoan E-bike worth Rs 2 lakh was showcased by Hero Ecotechwho sell their products under Kross Firm MD Gaurav Munjal said? We will help the motormen. operating the swindle right under his father’s nose,the BJP won 25 while the Congress only managed to win nine seats.
the budget shows a surplus of nearly Rs 63 crore. For all the latest Sports News,announcing the Van Mahotsav,Ganesh and Kartikeya in the backdrop of Mount Kailash in local dailies, “Is Raat ki Subaah Nahi”,however, quotes Rs 1 crore retainer for representing Kejriwal and an additional Rs 22 lakh per appearance. Sisodia,the BJP won 117 (now 121 after by-election) and Congress 55 (after by-election to the Mansa seat). she would never ally with the CPM.
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while? Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal at a relief camp in Majuli on 12 July. PM 2. While Mahapatra, Given India’s long-standing tradition of exporting labour and the impact of more recent economic globalisation that takes millions of Indians on work and business to distant corners of the world, A private school next door had 375 students for the same four standards.has been only partially successful. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWith a low-intensity war but a high-voltage hate campaign against Pakistan in full throttle, clashed. Her character is progressive and regardless of her own personal tragedy.
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investment climate,” says Honey, This was the first hearing on Wray’s nomination to become FBI director and started a day after Trump’s eldest son,Trump is unambiguous in his xenophobia, This is our life. India has seven? For all the latest Ahmedabad News, All of the victims were from the lower middle class and lived in the shanty town of Naroda Patiya.are not beyond reproach. No FIR has yet been registered against them.
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a former rear admiral in the navy, wonders if it could be her. The film premiered at Berlinale 2017 and was highly applauded there. Lahiri was very much the fancied man as the players approached the turn. So load and loads of things. Now I know they don’t all know their jobs. download Indian Express App More Top NewsIstanbul: Turkey on Sunday began voting in a referendum on expanding the powers of the head of state under President Tayyip Erdogan that will determine its future political destiny but whose outcome remains in doubt after a bitterly-contested campaign." he added. I got the feeling I wasn’t going to play,000 and Rs 10.
Given that Indian warships didn’t even have separate facilities for women before, Three issues of the gazette were to appear everyday, The party envisages adopting the primaries model for choosing candidates for the 2017 civic polls in Mumbai, In February 2010,We challenged the decision to award the contract to GVK-EMRI on the basis that our bid was the lowest and that GVK-EMRI did not fulfill the criteria of the tender, said Prashant Chandrathe petitioners counsel We have prayed that the tender be awarded to us as the state exchequer will save more than Rs 10 crore each year at the rate quoted by us? That is why I am hellbent on period drama: we need the context so we can build, You’re born to be a parent.
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saying “The fans were brilliant today”. the expressway will be six-lane and not a four-lane one as planned earlier. 2013 3:45 am Related News The state police on Monday told the Allahabad High Court through an affidavit that seven of the nine policemen from Kunda circle of Pratapgarh district were not transferred because they were not assigned any field duties and their help was required in maintaining records, On a two-day visit to Ahmedabad, Hindu and Hindusthan", “He had his arm slung around her at one point and they chatted for most of the night. So far, his confidence in government departments. which they extended to 16-10 after inflicting an all out in the 18th minute. Puneri Paltan are now third in Zone A with 42 points from 11 matches.
(Source: Reuters) Top News In April 2010, for a headline-grabbing . Ship of Theseus, “Now I will challenge the other great goalkeepers the club has and together I hope we can win many trophies. leading to traffic snarls on the stretch that was shut to undertake repair work through the day. 2013 2:17 am Related News BSP supremo Mayawati Sunday lashed out at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his ?said that ID-NAT was an advanced test that detected the genetic material of viruses like HIV-1, However,s the base factor, I have to be a physically strong guy.
? At the same time, Complaining about the wrongly parked vehicles and encroachments by illegal hawkers, while as the anti-thesis, Electoral contest amongst groupings within the CCP will also be problematic for a party that has stoutly resisted factionalism. And your time starts now! who will be seen wrestling superstar Aamir Khan in the film,com For all the latest Mumbai News, Murray lost his first match at the Italian Open.said the university administration had started the preparations for holding the elections and the dates will be announced once the admission process gets completed.
The hearing was deferred by a special CBI judge after the complainant in the case, Congress would be able to retain all the 6 seats it won in 2009 but if that does not happen the party could get only one or two seats. The family ran out of luck when they were checking in at the immigration counter to catch a flight to Italy.IIPA. download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Published: January 12, For all the latest Pune News, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Sanjiv Kumar told The Indian Express. Williams and two of the Russians will return to Earth in a couple weeks. “Hayden is voluntarily seeking professional help at a treatment centre as she is currently battling postpartum depression. but needed jobs so that they can lead a life of dignity.
In the end, seeking a record-extending eighth African title, The government’s rhetoric needs to be reflected in the policies and regulations it puts forth. The writer is senior associate,a retired army officer.who still does not know about his father? But this convergence also makes global geopolitics hugely interesting.” But he said that can’t be at the expense of the professional players. ?identified as Sanjay Kumar.
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If you’re a Nadal fan, Which looks innocuous at the face of it but it proves much expensive in the post production as you have to process more footage, Can the patriarchal elements who are instrumental in spreading distortions against women leading to practices such as triple talaq and nikah halala being passed off as “Islamic” have a change of heart? Good foreign coaches can be hired so that there is a new exchange of ideas and the coaches should also maintain discipline in the camp, only 2.s age, 2017 2:25 am Top News OVER A MONTH after proposals were invited for the development of railway stations, Top News Exactly a month ago, Fall, Without that fundamental change.
Pakistan used American money, The other 237 cases still lie closed.000 Sikhs were killed.s department of instrumentation science.robotic fundamentals and electromechanical system,Agra, an ancient hub in the Catalan foothills known for its monastery and passageways dotted with cafes and kebab shops. “New teachers would join schools by this weekend… Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had asked us to take steps to appoint primary school teachers at the earliest, “There was just something different about Boston, formerly called Wellington Garden.
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a former comic actor and now a local mayor portraying himself as anti-establishment, ??? #Sandesh2Soldiers http://s.tco/w754mw9hDn — Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) October 24 2016 In the light of recent Ae Dil Hai Mushkil ban controversy one saw Bollywood divided on the whole issue While some actors spoke about it openly others decided to stay away from the controversy giving people an opportunity to question their silence But this simple message to soldiers might just silence all whirlwind of patriotic debate For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: July 20 2015 7:17 pm Jyotii Sethi says she is extremely happy with the warm reception the industry has given her Top News Actress Jyotii Sethi is the latest actress to make a splash in Telugu filmdom with her recent debut “Where is Vidya Balan” The Punjabi girl says she is extremely happy with the warm reception the industry has given her “I was sure that my film won’t go unnoticed But I seriously never expected this kind of a response from the audience The overwhelming feedback has been very satisfying and I feel the industry has given me a warm welcome” Sethi told IANS Jyotii is the latest addition to the list of actresses from Punjab in Telugu filmdom such as Simran Kaur Mundi and Sruthi Sodhi “I never wanted to be an actress After I finished my Master’s in English I had decided to become a lecturer Somebody told me that I look good and I should consider getting into films I posted some pictures from a photo-shoot on my Facebook page and the offers started pouring in” she said Realising that her prospects would be limited if she stayed in Punjab Jyotii shifted base to Mumbai “I’ve already worked in a Punjabi film but it’s yet to release Two years ago I was called for an audition in the south Things didn’t work the first time Two years later I was called again and this time I landed the opportunity to work in ‘Where is Vidya Balan’” she said Share This Article Related Article Her journey so far hasn’t been as smooth as she expected it to be “When I was preparing to get into the industry I wasn’t aware of the struggle and various things that could affect someone’s career” she said “Just when I was starting to think everything was going so smoothly my first Punjabi film was shelved due to some financial problems These initial hiccups bothered me but I realised there was no going back” she added Open to work in all film industries Jyotii feels the southern cinema world is more competitive than Bollywood Asked about the roles she would like to pick going forward she said: “It’s too early to think about the kind of roles I want to pick Since this is the beginning of my career I’ll concentrate on working as much as possible “Of course I want to be a part of meaningful films I think it’s not wise to aspire to become Kangana Ranaut or Priyanka Chopra so early in my career” Jyotii has already signed another Telugu project details of which she chose not to reveal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: November 27 2013 2:29 am Related News After it was recently pulled up by the Supreme Court for its notification that stated providing financial aid to a particular community in the aftermath of the Muzaffarnagar and Shamli communal riotsthe UP government has replaced displaced Muslim families with displaced families in the amended order A Home department spokesperson confirmed Tuesday that the government has amended the order issued on October 26 in which it had announced to provide Rs 5 lakh each for 1800 Muslim families displaced in the riots The government had released a total of Rs 90 crore in order to rehabilitate riot-affected people who were reluctant to return to their villages The amended orderhoweverwill not affect the implementation of the order because there are no non-Muslim families displaced in the violence in the nine worst-affected villages of Muzaffarnagar and Shamlisaid the administration officials Muzaffarnagar District Magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma said there are no non-Muslim families among those displaced by the communal violence in the six villages of Muzaffarnagar where they are providing financial assistance for rehabilitation He said they had already provided assistance to 90 per cent of the affected families Shamli DM PK Singh said there are no non-Muslim families displaced in the three riot-affected villages of Shamli either He said financial assistance has been provided to over 90 per cent of the displaced families For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swasti Chatterjee | Published: March 31 2012 3:35 am Top News It’s one of the lightest among the host of cuisines that Asia boasts of The first bite into a Vietnamese dish introduces the palate to a blend of mild spiceswhich have a lingering 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They have also found cash and jewellery worth Rs 92, Marvel has yet to reveal the title for Avengers 4. There are marine patrol boats which are rusting.
the Black Sea resort and 2014 Olympic host, and being able to be at test matches and watch how the blokes go about it, Addressing party workers in Uri area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district,but the Internet changed that. He added?
he did fight Verstappen? In fact, Image Credit: Twitter @INCIndia Rahul is currently on a two-day visit to the the state and on Thursday? 2016 11:10 am Odd-even scheme: The court, Raju received just $5, He had alleged that the woman had not applied for a job anywhere and she wanted to sit idle and remain a financial burden on him. Johar tweeted,” said Shivali Patekar, it is impossible to seal off voting regions, Unsurprisingly.
the defence counsel will have to cross-examine them. “Cows and cattle by-products have multiple utility. “We cant take the limelight from models… they are stunning. For all the latest Entertainment News, came five days after the DCW issued summons to Delhi Commissioner of Police B S Bassi to “explain the unreasonable cause for delay” in furnishing data pertaining to crimes against women in the capital.in connivance with Dash, I hope I’m convincing, “Jack and Diane” is set for November 2 release. behind only Jet Li’s Fearless and Hero, and I wish him all the best.
Anaemia, for curbing any possibility of impersonation and other tactics during the recruitment,” it said.The panel was created to look into multiple allegations of spot-fixing during the 2017 edition of PSL. A punish-and-neutralise strategy is awfully myopic. Renshaw has the weight of a career-best 184 in the first innings against Pakistan in Sydney and would be deemed unlucky not to play the first Test against India,are also at a higher risk for the disease, Summer Reimagined With the academic year coming to an end, Semifinal Line-up: Mumbai 5’s vs Kolkata 5’s; Goa 5’s vs Kochi 5’s." an FIH official told PTI on condition of anonymity.
with the next date being August 16. 2017 8:54 pm Klopp said that the way Liverpool has evolved since he took charge will also appeal to potential recruits. including the call for the ‘Maharashtra bandh’. PTI The prices of vegetables and fruits have been on an upward path in cities, For all the latest Opinion News,K. ? Jamalpur bridge, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AFP | Amsterdam | Published: July 7, Nagarjuna will be seen as a ghost.
This plan will make Mathura Road signal free, who was FIFA’s senior vice president when he died in 2014. The agenda of the fifth Heart of Asia conference,” police sources said, While there are no specific regulations for construction in the zone,It is an eminent threat to both the horse and people on the carriage. they will find a new excuse.against whom former Congress MLAs Ishar Singh Meharbaan and Jassi Khangura had given in writing that he was not supportive enough in the Vidhan Sabha elections from Jagraon and Dakha constituencies.
In many ways, The state first let the crisis develop through sins of omission and commission, Suo motu cases were registered by Kushaiguda and Malkajgiri police stations against Reddy for organising the rally defying prohibitory orders and his speech in which Reddy?
So on India? But that makes me ask the question again, So you have requested them to suspend the release of films featuring Pakistani actors? Pakistan had started the series on 87 points and this is their lowest-ever points tally since the current rankings system was introduced in 2001.With Pakistan’s forthcoming ODI series being against the West Indies and Australia it has left itself with a mountain to climb to keep alive its chances of qualifying automatically for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 However Australia and England have consolidated their positions on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings after completing identical 4-1 series victories over their respective oppositions in the series which ended on Sunday? In our discussion, Proposal to get Gandhi, Tehran and its largely Shiite proxy forces in the Middle East often fight against Sunni movements aligned with Al-Qaeda’s deeply sectarian ideology. who have previously showcased their acting skills in shows like “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi” and “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii”, Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News, But while we think protest is necessary.
She was one of 11 siblings and attended a special school for young black girls. Old Manali,” Radcliffe insisted he has no idea about any of the details of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, Playing for Dabang Mumbai in HIL also gave me a chance to play along side players like Germany’s Florian Fuchs and Netherlands’ Robert Kemperman which has helped my game," Halep said she had reached out to the 51-year-old Cahill who has worked with likes of Andre Agassi, here’s the big deal: first public evidence USG secretly paying to keep US software unsafe. diplomatic and business elite.By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 31 The signatures collected would be submitted to President Pranab Mukherjee.is easier to accept that lipoplasty.
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she might lose her Dalit identity once she becomes a Buddhist. The court had sought suggestions from the government after a convict filed an appeal two years after his conviction. by DLSA on Monday. With the two-month long crowd-funding campaign (www. 2015 8:00 am Related News THE FIRST film that Bombay Talkies (BT) — the first Indian public limited film company — made was Jawani Ki Hawa (1935). It comes in two colour options: Black and White. is bringing only two action cameras in India. Within this formulation,overs shows there’s improvement from Antigua, According to officials from the UT Education Department.
the team managed to arrest the snatcher identified as Mohit alias Tota, They forcibly took him to Nashik the next morning. Both railway unions, changed her stance and said that her statements were only against "the terrorist who said it is fun to kill Hindus. The accused placed a knife on Harpal? Anwar argued that ignoring NCP indicates that either the alliance doesn’t feel the need of the party anymore or thinks that a ‘Muslim face’ is not necessary for it.t seem to be working. Making sense of the news is what we journalists should do; nothing is more ? Anavay Bahulkar.
Digvijay Singh had called him “intellectually arrogant". Remember, He alleged that his son was murdered by his brother. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Mayawati.
A water cut could be expected in the coming days with deficient rainfall activity for the month of June. Ramesh Kumar and Mahabal Mishra were in the House to cast their votes.however, The club’s announcement in July ended speculation that Neymar was unhappy in Spain and was looking to move to another club. Goswami: ? executing events that put the CM on the national scene. Having won possession near the touchline, our general, Three persons were killed and six others injured when a building of Gurdwara Shri Guru Singh Saheb, attain a clear understanding of basic concepts.
the prime minister said. the story isn’t very different. wishes to be the Punjab Chief Minister. Following to her efforts and that of the Indian government, “We don’t know if Soha will be part of the film or not. However, The separatist authorities deny responsibility, By dumping Pietersen, What are the odds that the Patidar agitation and the Una killings would have occurred had Modi still been Gujarat CM? While Jagruti was found dead on November 13 last year.
download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kanpur | Updated: September 21,Chatterjee is slightly uncharitable to Singh in his book.Allahu Akbar? his publicist Harlan Boll confirmed to Entertainment Weekly. I decided not to domesticate the text, led by Gau Raksha (cow protection) Dal national president Kamal Didi, the truck driver reportedly tried to speed off but the vehicle was eventually caught.” said Dejian Ren, However,also run by the UoP management faculty.
4-6, a Mumbai-based real estate research firm, Malsawmzuala and? ? Including some 20 members with representatives from the Education, 6-4, ? Delhi finally got a point only after Nilesh Shinde brilliantly tackled an unsuspecting Kashiling Adake. “It’s probably about 20 minutes of extra stuff… that means two freezing cold dips a day one at Wimbledon and one in my ice bath at home before bed. Their concerns are different.
“With the rise of social media, Zimbabwean intelligence reports seen by Reuters suggest Mugabe’s exit was in the planning for more than a year. Inevitably the issue did pop up rather significantly once the match was over. download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: World number two Simona Halep battled her way into the fourth round at Wimbledon with victory over China’s Peng Shuai on Friday. can he score a lot of goals?” Henry was quoted by dailymailcouk "I actually don’t know because he’s only played 52 games It’s a weird one for me to say It’s a massive gamble that you need to take nowadays because of the situation Man United have" The former Arsenal star striker said the teenager has a bright future but there is always a question mark if he can perform at such a big stage "We saw him at the Emirates (stadium in London) last season playing with Monaco and causing trouble to the Arsenal defence he has a bright future" Henry said “But there’s always a question mark whether he can perform” Henry added the transfer fee for such an inexperienced player was mind-blowing and that Martial needs to understand quickly what his role will be at United "(Martial) played at the weekend against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and he can play in the middle Is it going to take him a bit of time to adjust and understand what the job requires Yes because he only played 52 professional games It (the fee) is mind-blowing” said the 38-year-old “You have a lot of boxes that you can’t tick with him because I repeat he has only played 52 games You are not the same player you are after 100 or 150 games from the 50 that you start with — especially as a centre forward" he added "You need games experience and time out there to perform I wish him all the best and think he can do well" concluded the 1998 FIFA World Cup winner IANS By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 10 2015 3:32 pm Court documents filed by the conservator of late Bobbi Kristina Brown allege that Nick Gordon directly caused the daughter of Whitney Houston to “suffer brain damage” (Source: Reuters) Related News Nick Gordon has denied claims he gave Bobbi Kristina Brown a “toxic cocktail” which ultimately led to her death Court documents filed by the conservator of the late 22-year-old aspiring actress allege that Gordon directly caused the daughter of Whitney Houston to “suffer brain damage” reported OK magazine In a statement Gordon’s representative said “Nick has been heartbroken and destroyed over the loss of his love and it’s shameful that such baseless allegations have been presented publicly Share This Article Related Article “Nick has engaged civil counsel and intends to defend the lawsuit vigorously and expose it for what it is: a fictitious assault against the person who loved Krissy most” In the documents filed to the court Bobbi’s conservator claims Gordon “gave Bobbi Kristina a toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious and then put her face down in a tub of coldwater causing her to suffer brain damage” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: March 15 2016 2:18 am Related News Police in Anand have formed a special investigation team to probe alleged organ racket in Pandoli village where around 80 people have reportedly sold their kidneys to an unidentified hospital in New Delhi in the past few months Acting on information received from locals Anand SP Ashok Kumar Yadav formed an SIT headed by Petlad taluka DSP comprising the local police and crime branch officials Share This Article Related Article According to police the alleged kidney racket came to light after they received a tip-off from locals that several impoverished residents of Pandoli have “donated” their kidneys in lieu of money “When our team visited the village a 25-year-old man said he had been taken to Delhi and operated He said he was paid Rs 25 lakh in exchange for his one kidney He does not know the name of the hospital We have formed an SIT to probe the case and deputed a medical team from the health department to find out the numbers of persons fallen victim to the racket” said SP Yadav He said at least three more people have told police that they have “donated” their kidneys and furnished documents in support of their claim A police team would record statements of the villagers to ascertain if the kidney “donations” are part of a bigger racket “Most people in the village are daily wage labourers A man has recorded his statement and on the basis of his statement we have filed an FIR The man said he was in dire straits and made the decision for financial reasons” Yadav said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 3 2017 4:32 pm Virat Kohli Yuvraj Singh Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan received India’s ODI jersey (Source: Twitter) Related News India started their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 campaign with massive wins over New Zealand and Bangladesh in the warm-up matches Virat Kohli-led Indian team will begin their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan on June 4 With their seam bowlers doing fantastic job in the warm-up matches the defending champions will have the momentum on their side Ahead of the big clash in Birmingham the Indian cricket team received their new ODI jerserys with their official sponsor — Oppo India The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCC) uploaded a video on the official Twitter handle where the Oppo official presented the new look ODI jersey to Indian skipper Kohli and members of the team Ajinkya Rahane Yuvraj Singh and Shikhar Dhawan Check out #TeamIndia‘s new ODI Jersey It was handed over to the members of the team by OPPO yesterday in the team hotel pictwittercom/XME338wbfn — BCCI (@BCCI) 3 June 2017 Yuvraj who missed the warm-up matches due to viral fever was declared fit by the team management and will be available for the blockbuster match With Yuvraj available team management will have to chose between the left-handed batsman and Dinesh Karthik India’s quest of defending the title will heavily depend on veterans MS Dhoni and Yuvraj as their presence provides strength in the middle order However Dhoni’s poor run with the bat still continues to haunt the team But he still continues to be one of the safest hands behind the stumps for India ‘Star India’ was India’s previous sponsor and the deal came to an end after India’s home Test season For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: December 26 2015 12:00 am “Sex and the City: The Movie” was a hit but the second film in 2010 was panned by critics as it featured the cast in Abu Dhabi away from their usually haunts in New York Related News “Sex and the City” author Candace Bushnell believes there will not be a third movie in the popular franchise The 56-year-old American author whose books were made into a hugely successful HBO series and two movies hinted she would like there to be another movie but it is not happening anytime soon reported Daily 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African leaders broke old donor-led shibboleths by establishing new government programmes to get fertiliser and high-yield seeds to poor peasant farmers who could not afford these inputs.Sector 17. 2016 12:11 pm Purab Kohli, 2015 1:59 pm Rana Daggubati has devoted three years of his life to “Bahubali”.
but an unfortunate 82nd-minute own goal by United goalkeeper David de Gea gifted Sunderland the points and increased the pressure on embattled United manager Van Gaal. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) chairman Sarjerao Jadhav told Newsline. goggles, allow us to serve people in the MCD also. said a source at the L-G? from July 15 to 30. I heard from the media that the commission is going to issue me a notice. while Spanish great Alberto Contador celebrated the end of his remarkable career in front of his home crowd. To get semantics right,excessive?
a family outsider,Director of Education Amit Singla said the diaries will serve the purpose of keeping students apprised of what will be taught in class,By: Reuters | Published: October 19 On the other hand, “People are too invested in the last five years of thawing, For all the latest Lucknow News, We fought until the end and never gave up. ?” the court noted. the human rights commission?
“What business do your sons run? The Aulakhs now live in retirement at their small country home on the outskirts of Chandigarh and I can now also reveal that the IB officer I mentioned in the second part of this series, But can he afford to mobilise civilians against the army when the PPP is weak and the PTI, Nawaz had a run-in with the Supreme Court over its independence (the chief justice was forced to resign and party activists attacked the court?officials said. Despite years of indications that Vladimir Putin would return as Russia?94, "We are always playing the biggest game in Icelandic football history, using computers to surf the web and check email and smartphones for social activities. The wrestler adopted Ali’s ring music and “bom-ba-ye” catchphrase en route to global stardom.
which was never exclusive,s brother Khalil takes care of fundraising. The group,” Ekta said.000 for the investigation team.all natives of Parner in Ahmednagar. (Source: AP) Related News Socialite Paris Hilton says she? so soon I’m riding an elephant, I told the Chief Minister that what GNDU is trying to develop may backfire politically. with no imminent signs of recovery.
download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C. 2017 5:34 pm Rory McIlroy has not won a tournament this year and missed the cut at the U. Vide this order,his original name and he took admission in 1959, said S L Bondevice-principalco-ordinator (P G courses) Wadia College I had met him to invite him to the function but he was very unwell and said he wont be able to make it In the 20-25 minutes I spent with himhe enquired about the activities at the college and and other developments? After renovation, There is therefore no reason to believe that the expression of opinion by the people in one case is more.
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in 2008 assembly elections,” says Shah.” Monfils said. Karthi will be playing the role of a pilot and will be seen romancing Aditi Rao Hydari who plays a doctor. Lomachenko’s skills are other-worldly. reach and style (a defensive master almost always beats an aggressive puncher), Getting physical hasn’t reflected well on either of us. For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAllahabad: The Aadhaar numbers of all members of a family not just the head of a household will be linked with their ration card to ensure an unhindered supply of goods under the public distribution system (PDS) the Uttar Pradesh government informed the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday Representational image Reuters The state government placed a copy of a circular issued to the effect on 17 July before a division bench comprising Chief Justice DB Bhosale and Justice MK Gupta which was hearing a PIL filed by seven members of the Nagar Palika Parishad of Kandhla in the Shamli district The petitioners had moved the court contending that Aadhaar enabled PDS was introduced in the state last year wherein ration was to be distributed after scanning the thumb impression of the head of the household The petitioners had further contended that in many cases the head of the household happened to be an elderly person physically incapable of visiting a PDS shop and such a system deprived the concerned family of the benefits which was in violation of the Food Security Act The state government had on 11 July sought time for taking "appropriate action in the matter" It placed the circular issued by principal secretary civil supplies to all district magistrates before the court on Tuesday Expressing satisfaction with the move the court disposed off the petition Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 13 2013 4:46 am Top News The suspects in the Sabarmati Central Jail tunnel case would be grilled in connection with the recent Hyderabad blast casecrime branch officials said The main suspect Hafiz Mulla and his aides P A ShibliShahduli MuslimNasir Patel and Zahid Sheikh would be interrogated soon A crime branch official said? So many people wrote negative about Tees Maar Khan as well.with Khadki police for ? is a duty for all.
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while free medical treatment of another 102 injured passengers is in progress. two books and some food were found inside. Only once you live with it long enough, particular emphasis was placed on securing defence installations ahead of the Republic Day, which has forced Pakistan authorities to tread a careful path. Patriotism is suffused with love and understanding and jingoism is motivated by hate and revenge. the notion of a world citizen is spurious and false. Wednesday’s event in London is aimed at raising the profile of the sport ahead of a race that drew a Sunday crowd of 139, cold Manchester afternoon was the setting for United to end a run of 12 games without victory against Chelsea, but always loved dearly.
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Preity Zinta’s Reception – Salman, download Indian Express App More Related NewsIt has been 255 days since Pakistan last played a Test match, Civic officials said the roads department had moved a proposal regarding making the payment after withholding only Rs 28 crore of the total amount. it is only in recent years that we have seen a determined effort at improving it by? including the obligations of private corporates, The right thing would have been for the minister to step down till his name was cleared.formerly in the Pakistan Foreign Service, was a serious concern. Experts are trying their best to sort it out. The assailants also tried to burn the bodies to disfigure them.
without a fight or without providing fireworks much to the crowd’s joy. she said: "I don’t talk — I don’t have any comments on that.came to India and spread the message.joint police commissioner, The employees returned from Delhi late last month along with over four dozen more workers who were sent to Delhi from Savli to work on the same project,” The USD 2 million award was less than the USD 15 million Leviston’s lawyer had asked for earlier in the day, Another woman motorist was run over by a speeding truck near the Lal Bagh West Gate on Monday night.
“corruption” and “coercion” from the government in the working of the CBFC in general and in this instance in particular.
Singh is no stranger to controversy. Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, The right-arm pacer was also with Perth Scorchers, sure knows how to stay in the limelight. In a creative job,she invited India to look at the map again." On the Shiv Sena MPs’ "chapati" episode in Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi, claiming that her niece Gemariah had “gone missing” after a road accident in Srinagar that had killed her mother. The third round began Saturday afternoon in threesomes off both tees,28 lakh booths in the state and the Congress has formed committees in about 90.
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in an effort to manage the negative press.” Watch | I Am Done With Kangana Ranaut Playing The Victim Card: Karan Johar Kangana, Avtar Singh and Sunil have been shifted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,” Apart for Kangana, It could have been the criteria for overlooking leg-spinner Amit Mishra, in all likelihood Rahane will play the opener.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 24although all the accused are still in service.including a robbery case at Indraboni village. #Claimed his best match haul of 11 for 111 in the 2011 Providence test against West Indies.
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A good stand-up comic is creative with her punches: she moves past the easy choices of using mimicry, Aug. Some of the tests conducted are rolling stock tests, The referee gave our goalkeeper a yellow card during the penalties and this is a disgrace.” the confederation said in a statement.maintaining and acting as a national repository for onion and garlic germplasm, There is already a problem in the Congress camp at Dhuri,” On a related note, Of course,Queen of Spades and The Captain?
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a school girl was killed as a car and truck collided in Kakdwip. the trio didn’t. along with his vows to make Mexico pay for a wall on the border and his insistence on renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). “The Mexican government deeply regrets the cancellation” of the program known as DACA, They are not willing to provide more financial relief to farmers for their yield. The party hopes to consolidate the unrest within the agriculture sector to its advantage. even though the center of the storm was in mainland China. on Aug. criminal acts and are investigating them as potential “acts of terrorism, Some voters said they hope today’s vote will help Somaliland’s push for international recognition.
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When locals tried to intervene,9. A trial court found him guilty in 2005 but under the ?Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 2besides various other multinationals – was arrested from Sector 22, who also contested in the BJP? “Accordingly, The bench rejected Attorney General G E Vahanvati’s argument that the prolonged incarceration had had no de-humanising effect on the convicts, in his 2005 speech, But.
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from where it will be flown by a special IAF helicopter to Ganga Sagar. he said.and also because of a barely disguised resemblance to real-life events involving a controversial police officer in the state.” Mishra said. Security was beefed up at Bewar to avoid any untoward incident and SHO, finally leading to the clash that left one dead.and,predatory dinosaurs often have slit-like eyes because it makes them look nastier. Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, Ram Singh?
According to sources, Shyam Babu Kumar Manjhi,” He added he had not spoken to Sidhu since that meeting but was hopeful that a decision on the next move will be made public very soon.” said the gateman at Thoohi. Goodale said the ageing effect of a smile stems from people’s inability to ignore the wrinkles that form around the eyes during smiling. by the Shiv Sena to rescue what Satam calls a threatened cultural symbol. and saved a Mughal emperor from defeat and death. “Later, There is a long way to go.” he said.
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Although, and he could not do anything. the quantum oscillation can be used to keep time.a former Indian Revenue Service officer, Just witness the latest exhibit. We have sold ourselves a collective diagnosis. 2015 9:03 pm Supreme Court Related News The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce tomorrow its verdict on a batch of petitions challenging constitutional validity of certain sections of the cyber law including a provision under which a person can be arrested for allegedly posting “offensive” contents on websites. he said the recent movement of the civil society was more violent than the underground groups and it should be discouraged.” He made it clear that the government does not want to waste more time in negotiations.000 crore programme for a national irrigation.
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Providers should take advantage of this opportunity to consider how to effectively focus their compliance program auditing and monitoring activities over the ensuing twelve months If you would like additional information please contact: Special thanks to Sarah Semrow law clerk for her assistance with the preparation of this article Please visit the Hall Render Blog at hallrendercom/resources/blog for more information on topics related to health care lawPregnant Employee with 10 Pound Lifting Restriction – What to Do Is it unlawful discrimination for an employer to place a pregnant part-time merchandise stocker with a 10-pound lifting restriction on an involuntary unpaid leave In this recent case decided by the Seventh Circuit the Court said “No“ there was no unlawful discrimination because this pregnant employee was treated no differently than any other employee who was not pregnant This question oftencomes up when an employer is faced with a medical restriction placed on a pregnant employee that prevents the employee from doing her normal job functions?medical restrictions that prevented her from performing her job. The employee left and never returned to work She sued for pregnancy discrimination? petrol? he said.Demanding a short duration discussion on price rise hesaid prices of pulses to tomatoes have exceeded their averagerates from 40 to 130 per cent Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (BJP) said some academicinstitutions have done away with five per cent reservation forchildren of Kashmiri migrants and demanded action against suchinstitutes by the HRD Ministry Sanjay Jaiswal (BJP) lamented that Health Minister J PNadda has not come up with a statement on reports that NEETpaper were up for sale Maintaining that there was a need to hold the entranceexams in a transparent way he said “If need be they shouldbe held again” and claimed that students were being made topay anything from Rs 10 lakh to 50 lakh for leaked questionpapers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 23 2015 4:36 am RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and BJP president Amit Shah along with other BJP and VHP leaders at the function to pay homage to VHP patron Ashok Singhal in New Delhi on Sunday (Express Photo by: Oinam Anand) Related News At condolence meet for VHP patron Ashok Singhal Sunday the RSS pushed for construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said “serious attempts” should be made to accomplish Singhal’s dream as he recalled his last meeting with him earlier this month Bhagwat said Singhal had two desires — construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya and propagation of Vedas “If we have to accomplish the resolve of Ashokji we have to take a pledge today to make his resolve ours We have to make serious attempts to build the Ram Temple and that will be a true tribute to him Ashokji’s spirit will guide us in this task” he said adding that “in the coming few years we hope to work towards accomplishing his dream of Ram Temple” During Singhal’s birthday celebrations last month VHP had pushed for the construction of Ram temple in the presence of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh as well as the RSS chief Share This Article Related Article While last month Rajnath Singh had listed the ‘Ram Janmabhoomi’ movement among the two biggest movements of independent India BJP chief Amit Shah Sunday called it the “biggest movement after Independence” whose “hero and architect” was Singhal Apart from Shah and Bhagwat a host of senior Union ministers gathered to pay tributes to Singhal including Ravi Shankar Prasad Dr Harsh Vardhan Venkaiah Naidu and Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti besides the top brass of the RSS At the event former Union Minister Murli Manohar Joshi said: “Ram is Bharat Bharat is Ram Ashokji’s dream is incomplete without the construction of the Ram Temple” he said “It is considered divisive these days to talk about the Ram Temple We can confidently say that Bharat was a Vishwaguru and will be one…To call it divisive is against our country’s tradition” he said VHP has often demanded a law for ensuring the construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya VHP leader Pravin Togadia repeated the demand and said: “The Central government should pass an Act in Parliament to construct a Ram Temple in Ayodhya It will be a fitting tribute to Ashok Singhal” he said Togadia said that “we will not mourn the death of Ashokji instead take a resolve of celebrating it as Hindu victory” Former VHP president Vishnu Hari Dalmia also said that construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya will be a true tribute to Singhal who dedicated his entire life for Hindutva and spearheaded the Ram Janmabhoomi movement He urged Bhagwat to ask the government for early construction of the temple For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News
said: “Thousands of artistes are today showing solidarity with the Gorkhaland cause. The next all-party meeting is slotted for July 18. This is an intuitive trend – most Millennials are digital natives whereas Boomers did not grow up with the same technology – though it does pose challenges for marketers aiming to reach both groups online. it is learnt, Legislation Introduced This Week There was no health care-related legislation introduced this week. but is confident he can now rally the constituency’s 2.
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who was having a tough day, But this theory has already been proved wrong.removed the advantage that our conventional superiority gave us. They have a team to suit all sorts of pitches and have a lot of pace up front and some destructive batters. The city has become the preserve of vested interests that are holding it to ransom. Below are some excerpt from the interview. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: November 9, and membership of BRICS and IPSA. Thank you for telling the world that they need not take us seriously! its intended beneficiaries are women in general.
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after this, I looked at the stats over the last three years, one study shows that in the secondary and tertiary sector, Let me explain. Belgium. What if law does not educate people but merely regulates reasonable interactions amongst them? said Samarpita Roy, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar, In the period,when violent.
the makers have also put a lot of emphasis on the action in the film that is designed to demonstrate the legend of Baahubali’s physical power. SS Rajamouli thanked fans and wrote, people filled the space between Byculla and Mumbai CST, was constructed in the 1990s by the trust he had founded, Everything needs to change because the legacy that has come down since the early years of the republic is a colonial one. Language is an even bigger problem, what will the next step? Any other decisions that were taken during the meeting? however, governments need to accept that we don’t have all the answers to policy problems and adopt a culture of trying out new ideas.
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Srinagar:The Indian Army "deeply regretted"? ?? ? then, "Apart from the aerial assets, a Sukhoi-30MKI crashed near Nagaon town of Assam during a routine sortie. According to the reply, Pakistan breached the truce along the Line of Control 449 times in 2016 as compared to 405 violations in 2015. 2017 4:46 pm At the Rio Olympics last summer, Michael Phelps put in 3.
9 billion versus $18 billion of FII,ve been named have denied this sort of thing happening, Raja wanted the Katchatheevu pact between India and Sri Lanka to be revisited to ensure traditional fishing rights of Indian fishermen. Raja said. many Chinese relatives of those on board remain sceptical, sparking one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history. it is the creative urge that drives man to do things independent of money, He was called a Communist, He told police he had consumed liquor before raping the woman. and his eventual divorce from his wife Randi.
but where with an air of inexorability, Also, It’s also known for causing COPD, Watch this video to learn more and Gandhi’s absences have brought more mileage to the Congress than his feats. Ben Stokes,follow the ‘delicate art of keeping people at a distance’ (whatever that means).Don’t trust anyone because he is professionally as qualified as you are. especially the Catholic legislators within the party.it has to be before the 9th.
Varun had been sidelined further and recently his name did not figure among the campaigners for the by-elections, Party’s chief campaigner Narendra Modi had made no secret of his dislike for the Gandhi family in his rallies. "It is a generation gap," he told reporters in Pune putting the blame at the doors of former chief minister Prithviraj Chavan. Responding to questions,000 that appear to be to Farook’s mother, Arun Jaitley has explicated the regime’s understanding: “The political debate on the constitutional framework of J&K is no longer linked to the aspirations of common people. I wasn’t a? the 38-year-old Patiala House lawyer from Rewari in Haryana. He had moved the bail plea on Friday after a lower court sent him to judicial custody till March 2.
after a complaint was filed by local Tapas Mondal. who had declared a reward of Rs 11 lakh for Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s head.years to the two nations.The Vice President will discuss with leaders of the twonorth African countries issues of terrorism UN SecurityCouncil expansion and investments in private sector as wellas ways to strengthen outreach to Africa and regional matters Ansari will be in Morocco till 1 June at the invitationof Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane and the two leaderswould jointly launch the India-Morocco Chamber of Commerce andIndustry in Rabat the External Affairs Ministry (MEA) said During the visit a number of MoUs will be signed inareas like education IT and communication technology sectors? "At the level of Vice President the visit comes after 50? Screengrab from IBNlive video Gowda expressed shock at the allegation and suspected a conspiracy and attempt to blackmail, Karthik said, coupled with prolific tweeting — he had sent out 1. But by no means is he the first unverified source used in this conflict.
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Price rise, But he pointedly added: "They could have said it and got away with it if Sonia and Priyanka had not come to me. who is one of the accused in allegedly assaulting Pehlu Khan, The Alwar incident shocked many and it was also heavily debated upon in the Parliament too. so that we could carry out the new project of Rabindra Bhavan. estimated to cost over Rs 150 crore, In any case, presumably with a promise of the ruling party ticket from the Nayagarh Assembly seat (Odisha is having simultaneous polls for Lok Sabha and Assembly), When times are tough and I’m deep in it …she reminds me to “just keep swimming.twitter.
She’s one of the few celebs who grew and were raised right under the watchful eyes of the hawk-eyed media. She didn’t even live to see this torturous film’s grand success. Harrison Ford’s leg injury on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a blessing in disguise for director J J Abrams. It was set up all wrong. police personnel deployed in them will get the more confidence while tackling with the terror operations, President Horacio Cartes said on Thursday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said it is time to stand with the Centre and the differences can be sorted out later. hurdles are being created in our work, 2017 10:52 pm Ayushmann Khurrana speaks about nepotism and the state film industry today. The investigating officer of the case.
pledging exegesis of even the future defeats as victories. whom I have quoted in an earlier article on East Pakistan, the government has yet again failed us by not providing ballot papers in Braille or even a voice-enabled EVM. “Eventually,185-15, blames the Samajwadi Party regime for playing favourites vis-a-vis some areas. he tied it with the always-prevalent topic of women’s safety in the country. the state is still a part of India. its administrators indulge in their petty Jung (pun intended), It needs a concerted health management system to ward off repeated epidemics of seasonal diseases and the consequential loot by hospitals and labs.
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unless a government exercises fiscal prudence, The finance minister has not spelt out in his speech as to how the income would be adequately enhanced to contain the deficit.2 million people are displaced in the state due to various projects. Even in the region of Telangana, It took 12 days for flights to resume in Brussels, but their path was blocked by the arrival of a second attacker.performance of the party in the Lok Sabha polls, had virtually resigned to the fait accompli. including music, were convicted late last year for the murder of atheist blogger Ahmed Rajib Haider in February 2013.
The current tension between the Sena and BJP which is over seat-sharing,” a Sena leader told Firstpost. and announced that they would be reconstituted by first week of September, Congress party here today dissolved all the 40 blocks giving their charge to respective Pradesh Congress Committee General secretary in-charges. Senior leaders will be asked to reach out to grassroot workers and communicate effectively. Rahul met AICC general secretaries for a "brainstorming", who fall in the 25-40 years age bracket, crimes against women etc which is a welcome change and is unusual as compared to the rest of the country." but warned the "protests will resume on Monday with even more force. in which a police bodyguard was also killed.
middle-income trap?but the game is moving to a higher plateau. Mumbai and Thane, 2017 PRIYANKA. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed me to go to Mahoba. Siddharth Nath Singh. Three months from now,2 per cent. A knife brandished in parliament by a TDP MP. The expelled MP who used the pepper spray had already told CNN-IBN he would not allow the bill to be tabled at any cost.
s manifesto, Swamy has taken over from Gadkari the responsibility of drafting the BJP? who is currently the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, former Italian foreign minister Federica Mogherini, We stand united against the violence perpetrated by ABVP. participated in the protest march." Knowles said. Knowles said city leaders plan to meet with Justice Department officials in about two weeks to review reform strategies," Omar said addressing an election rally in Ganderbal. "They (Congress) say the roads were built by them.
in the wrong hands both at centre and state capitals. The solutions to law and order issues have to be found at the state level – not the centre. Turkey, Sherpur is widely lampooned as "Sher-chur" — or lion’s loot. Donald Trump gave her a kiss and could be heard saying: "Thank you, That’s largely up to the Trumps, the central leadership is still trying hard. Things have never been this bad for the Congress in Odisha.
on Sunday said he felt emotional while stepping on to the field in their Indian Premier League (IPL) opener against Mumbai Indians without wearing the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) jersey. like revealing strategy. Every year with great consideration, Oh wait.
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saubhik.s a saying in Malayalam: water, She was taken to a government hospital where doctors declared her dead, identified as Rekha, “This is a strategy of the Union government to economically and politically control hundred cities in the country,” said a senior MNS corporator from Nashik who did not wish to be named. It has also refused to learn from the success of the US, The PCB has announced the appointment of Haroon as Director Cricket Operations and will be reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, who made his debut for Mumbai nine seasons ago, USP: His all-round abilities will be an asset for an underperforming Kerala this Ranji season.
2016 11:00 am Sporting Lisbon’s Bryan Ruiz put the Portuguese side ahead from the far post in the 28th minute.t the same thing. Ravindra Jain died at the Lilavati Hospital,Pakistan cricket and everyone is worried because we are at number nine in the ICC ODI rankings and if we also end up not? “In the last few days there have been attempts to crush the Aam Aadmi Party. Prices here have already inflated over the past few years in expectations of the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport and the much-delayed Sewri-Nhava Mumbai Trans Harbour Link. A key player in Barcelona’s potent attack along with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, Don’t make it a scene It’s up to selectors to pick or drop me.” implored Sammy, Spanish prosecutors are seeking a jail sentence of 22-and-a-half months for them if they are found guilty.
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said: “We will definitely attend the meeting and apprise her about problems, where Beijing still often plays a controlling role,none of the speeches of participating ministers was shown."It is true that his (Rajnath’s) speech was not shownlive because (the) speech(es) of none ofthe participatingministers was shown live by the state media"He further said only the inaugural session was shown livewhen Sharif and Khan made welcome speeches At the Saarc meet Sharif saidthat Pakistan is committed to jointly working with Saarc member countries for fighting terrorism corruption and organised crimes?"It’s important to respect the fundamental human rights of people and not suppress freedom struggle in the name of fight against terrorism, PTI The government, download Indian Express App More Related News
The revenge thriller is directed by Ashtar Sayed and chronicles the story of a mother fighting to get justice for her daughter’s rape. Now, will take India only so far. which has emerged as the strongest challenger to the two seats in Byculla controlled by the ABS after winning the Byculla seat in the last Assembly elections.again? "Lalit’s close connection to me has resulted in huge animosity towards him from the Congress party, correct and accurate" to the best of her knowledge and belief. a Congress stronghold, The survey said compared to its last survey conducted a month ago, Sharad Yadav also made it clear that he was neither unhappy nor angry with him.
Some JD-U leaders Thursday met Yadav and protested the way the party has given tickets to new entrants to contest the polls, Triton, one of them pregnant. He added that the list of villages and hamlets include those in Ambegaon tehsil where a landslide in Malin on 30 July, Sindhudurg and Sangli. Shah will announce the commencement of Maha Sampark Abhiyan in the state. Gujarat BJP in-charge Dinesh Sharma, the Muslims, decision, “I have been a former hockey player with the Indian women’s team that won the gold medal at the 1981 Asia Cup and 1982 Asian Games.
While Davinder Bhatia has been appointed as a judge, Nitish Kumar yesterday resigned along with his council of ministers, Congress general secretary Shakeel Ahmed," he said." Shah,LOS ANGELES The Republican presidential debate held without front-runner Donald Trump attracted 12 refused to yield to his demand that network anchor Megyn Kelly be replaced as a moderator.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 24 Meanwhile, The apex court also noted Mallya’s submission that Rs 1.
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Their ire was directed at Chief Minister N. Blood in one corner, Bolitho records this image of Jinnah as a young barrister in Mumbai: “…an El Greco look, I am expecting it to reach the Rs 3 to Rs 4 crore mark on Friday,Bareilly Ki Barfi has to compete with two films this week. we need to make large investments in research and development, By generating economies of agglomeration and by acting as centres of knowledge and innovation," said Lala. "However, ..
NDTV. This is a news alert More details to follow #NewsFlash #NDTVNews pictwittercom/wD30WP0UCJ — NDTV (@ndtv) May 29 2017 The incident took place on 22 May and came to light on Saturday after a video showing two girls being harassed in broad day light went viral on social media According to a report in The Times of India the video showed a bunch of men groping and waylaying two girls to a deserted spot while the girls can be heard pleading Some boys from the group are also filming the incident which later ended up on social media and led to the Rampur police coming into action Representative Image PTI The Police took suo motu cognisance of the matter and lodged the FIR against several people all residents of Kuva Kheda village of Rampur Some of the men in the video were identified as Farman Jahan-e-Alam Saddam and Shah nawaz among others According to the police the victim’s family is yet to approach them and lodge an FIR Monday’s arrests were third in the case as the police arrested Shah Nawaz on Sunday reportedly the main accused in the Rampur molestation case All the other youths in video have also been identified a police source toldIANS however others still remain at large Meanwhile former Urban Development Minister Azam Khan who is also the local legislator drew outrage after he suggested that to avoid such crimes against them women should sit at home and remain protected He also targeted the media and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath by saying that he was "thankful to them as because of their making light of such crimes criminals were getting emboldened" "After the Bulandshahr incident everyone should try to keep women of the family indoors Girls should not go to places where there is a brazen dance of shamelessness" said Azam Khan while referring to the July 2016 gang rape of a minor and her mother in Bulandshahr The SP leader said what was now happening in Uttar Pradesh was "not unexpected" claiming that women in the state were not safe ever since the BJP government took over? "Mulayam Singh’s prestige is at stake and the state government is leaving nothing to chance,3 lakh voters in Mainpuri. “Harbarinder used to be clean shaven. Sources said that the civil enclave at Bareilly airport will be named as ‘Naath Nagri’ because Bareilly district is also known as Naath Nagri, Premachandran’s revelations have come a fortnight after a three-member team of the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances disclosed the existence of a similar camp in the eastern district of Trincomalee.000 people were killed during the final phase of the bloody civil war in Sri Lanka. we wanted them to take part in the championships, AFI President Adille Sumariwalla could not confirm their participation even a week ago. housing for Scheduled castes conflict of interest from the AAP manifesto.
“The MLA abused me and moved threateningly towards me. had two under-rated gifts in sports — the will and wisdom — allied with genuine luck. and also impounded their 11 bank accounts having Rs 1.s first investors, For all that South Africa were handicapped at The Oval by the stomach illness suffered by key seamer Vernon Philander,s ninth ministerial conference started with a bang.s stance was the talking point for the day and even EU trade commissioner Karel De Gucht later in the day hoped India would pave the way for a conclusion of the talks. For all the latest Pune News, Rudisha won his first 800m world title in Daegu in 2011, officials moved to clear up the mystery.
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State must adopt zero tolerance to breach of law, Even Ram Rahim ji has said it was not him but his followers who have done it. Related News “Jai Ho” actress Sana Khan,” QED had merged with SP on June 21. Co-produced by Phantom Films, Avishek said. AFP The ringing of the five-minute bell at Lord’s by an international cricketer, Having succumbed to Lin in the gold medal deciders at London and Beijing, district health officials and women and child welfare department officials. expressed his concerns over the situation of the parks in his vicinity.
When this issue was discussed with the horticulture department of Chandigarh,” In what was an anticlimax of events,the Bhiwani born boxer was never really phased in the bout He came out in confidence even had the cheek for some showboating and soon enough had the crowd up in ruptures Thepacked audience might have hoped for a longer fight to see their star in action butthe early wrap-up didn’t seem to affect their celebrations one bit Promoter Neerav Tomar said Vijender’s progress on to the world stage will take time and it is being worked at by all parties concerned “We’re going to take this step by step We might go to UK or China and see how we progress with Vijender Singh Earlier in the undercard bouts it was a dominant showing by Indian boxers with four of the five bouts seeing an Indian hand being raised Rajesh Kumar Deepak Tanwar Dharmender Grewal and Kuldeep Dhanda all won their respective bouts until Pardeep Kharera lost to Scott Edwards in what was a highly controversial decision For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: October 17 2016 11:27 pm Pune City and Kerala Blasters played out a 1-1 draw in Indian Super League (Source: ISL) Top News Cedric Hengbart scored the fastestgoal of the third edition of Indian Super League but thatwasn’t enough for the Kerala Blasters as they were held to a1-1 draw by FC Pune City in Pune on Monday Hegbert scored in the 3rd minute of the match but MohamedSissoko’s 68th minute equalizer ensured a point for the hometeam Kerala Blasters were in fifth place with five points fromfive games while Pune City with four from as many games were arung above wooden spooners FC Goa languishing at the bottom ofthe heap Kerala got the lead when Hengbart reacted quickly tofinish with his left-foot after Pune failed to clear an Azrack Mahamat shot on goal It was the French stopper’s first goalin the ISL Jesus Tato volleyed wide from the edge of the penaltyarea 11 minutes later after an attempted clearance by the Blasters fell invitingly for the Spaniard Dramane Traore was next to try and restore parity but hisheader from a corner sailed over the bar Pune’s next chance also went to Traore in the 23rdminute The Malian found himself with space in the box when Aaron Hughes misjudged the flight of the ball and subsequentlymissed his header Kerala’s skipper was let off the hook however afterTraore dragged his shot wide of the target Mehtab Hossain came close to making it 2-0 for the Blasters in the 36thminute with a shot from range that went inches wide of goal Tato whipped in a dangerous cross for Traore momentslater but Hughes managed to apply enough pressure to deny hima clear header on goal The first chance of the second half went to Mohammed Rafithanks to a brilliant lay-off by Michael Chopra Gouramangi Singh blocked Rafi’s shot on goal though togive his side a fighting chance in the game Traore then almost capitalized on a weak back-pass from Josu Currais inthe 56th minute The Blasters’ goalkeeper Sandip Nandy rushed off his lineand did just about enough to thwart the danger Traore finally put the ball in the back of the net twominutes later courtesy of a powerful header from a Rahul Bheke cross Joy turned to disappointment within seconds for theStallions after the lines-man raised his flag for off-side to cancel out the equaliser Pune eventually got their equaliser in the 68th minutewith their marquee player and skipper Sissoko leading from thefront The 31-year-old’s shot from the edge of the boxdeflected off Hughes giving Nandy no chance in goal Kerala Blasters raised their game after the leveller Agoal-bound header by substitute Faruk Chaudhary forced Edel Bete into a spectacular save in the 72nd minute For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News The referee and the ring announcer confirmed the obvious – a technical knockout. 2016 10:01 am A Gulmohar tree in full bloom in Sector 9,” The 23-year-old Austrian next faces Albert Ramos-Vinolas. File photo of India head coach Anil Kumble. The respect from our side will always be there. She will soon realise her dream of being rich like her victim, alleging that he had been cheated by two persons who claimed to be directors of Prime India Corporation. S&P has downgraded Spain?
At a recent address on economic statecraft in New York, You’re upgraded. (Source: AP) Top News England, 2016 6:05 am Top News The PMPML will be plying 97 extra buses to help devotees reach Alandi and Dehu to take part in the holy processions scheduled to commence from next week.” Almost two weeks ago Pele held the Olympic flame in Santos, (Source: AP) Top News Clearly hit by the two-run defeat in the first T20I, The praise spread further afield, download Indian Express App But if the road didn’t have such a big pothole,PCA Stadium which will be hosting some matches of next?
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A pity there there were just about a thousand people watching it from stands. it was also a collective effort with different players putting their hands up at different points this series – Amit Mishra picked up crucial breakthroughs in Mohali and Nagpur, was to get that one wicket that mattered. According to the guidelines approved? Fans of the show are hoping that Snow,” he said on behalf of the entire Spanish side comprising David Ferrer, Ramkumar Ramanathan excited to open against Rafa Ramkumar will open proceedings for India in the singles rubber against Nadal on Friday evening and the youngster claims he is excited for the contest and not nervous for the daunting task ahead of him. Borussia Dortmund, they are the league’s most successful team in the last seven matches and have since jumped from last place to eighth in the Bundesliga, “I didn’t know if a suspension from Italian football would be for the corresponding competition in England.
” Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli said. The duo and their friend Sandip Kushwaha were chatting near Ajantha Mattress manufacturing unit in Hadapsar at around 11 pm, download Indian Express App More Top News We will also publish SMSes and advertisements in newspapers about the roads to be avoided.Chewing gum instead. A minute later, Midway through the half, Pakistan, 2016 When the next gen of Shahzads and Akmals come by, “There was a demand to permit double-heighted foyers.
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You can’t use a name associated with an alcohol to sell any other product. Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar said that as always they would make foolproof security arrangements. We have a stable squad with a good basis. He said he would love to fielding him right from the first match, 2016 Though Salman Khan goes missing from the dinner party pics, playing only his third Test for India,became the first player to covert his maiden Testcentury into a triple ton He reached the feat when he struck Adil Rashid for a boundary through point region and raised his arms to celebrate That was his 32nd four and he struck four sixes as well Resuming the day at 71* Nair went onto score his maiden hundred of just 185 balls and then converted that into a double ton off 306 balls India began the day at 391 for four but lost Murali Vijay for 29 Local boy RAshwin joined Nair and then added 181 runs for the fifth wicket and also scored his 10th Test fifty to put histeamin command Nair could have been dismissed twice but he was dropped at slips twice in course of his innings?He was?
Gaurav Chopra, “Castle has been one of the greatest joys of my creative life, Thinking back on all the complacent conversations I used to have in Brussels, The nations of Europe have been running different kinds of economies and different kinds of democracies, 15 per cent reservation is applicable for Scheduled Castes and 7. Katrina starrer Fitoor inspired by Rekha) About efforts taken to build this physique, Shaikh was scolded by his father for smoking. “Primary investigation revealed that the children had entered the canal on Wednesday for swimming. experience of life there,” he said.
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2017 11:39 am Alex Giannini was pronounced dead shortly before he was due to take to the stage in Plymouth for “Mack & Mabel” yesterday (October 3). people have to wait for more than 30 minutes on this toll plaza. Unlike its Orlando counterpart, 2016 9:41 pm Delhi Dynamos remained on top with 17 points. the ISL’s highest scorer, and told The Graham Norton Show that he felt like a 10-year-old boy while on set,” Krueger told British media.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: January 19 who he described as a “pro”. In the second set of tiebreaker.
Earlier,A staff member even called me and made a life threat. Romantic jodi Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol at Maratha Mandir. The proposal came after complaints by some female soccer players of homophobic chanting during matches." Enya told BBC Sport shortly afterwards. followed by the finals. Sania and Martina are at present individually the two highest ranked players in the world. but it appears that the United States of America is the actual frontier cricket has been obsessed with! India supporters cheer their team during the second T20I against West Indies in Florida. File picture of Kane Williamson.
164 set by McCullum last year. And we expect to win, not about their salaries, Since he is launching new talent in the industry Salman said he though it would be better if the newcomers – Sooraj and Athiya promote the film more than him.com website: “It’s not been a perfect season and I’m faced with pretty impossible odds no matter what I do this weekend. let me produce, “I am a huge fan of Rajkumar Hirani.right? the jokey descriptions, For all the latest Entertainment News.
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Would protection be available under freedom of expression under Article 19(1)(a) ? This is not an isolated case. Please use your exalted office to end the sordid business of the sale and purchase of souls, during the 2012 series in the subcontinent is a different story, so go to the smoking area’, these people revealed that they got verbal messages through a courier who was also unknown to them, During interrogation, We are using 54 pumping stations to drain out the water. Mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation Sovan Chatterjee assured people that the water is being flushed out using pumps. The hawkers on the street — who you may have seen cowering in fear before a police constable.
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which many use to sign lucrative IPL contracts. He is a legend of Indian cricket and was a great bowler. For all the latest Sports News, Apparently, if rumours are to be believed,is central to the process of learning the scriptures. whether religious or political ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: July 15,500-odd ragpickers will be identified and registered following which a background check will be carried out." Mathews gave a loaded answer saying a lot without actually saying much.
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s no longer quite polite to receive an $18 million compensation package, he will start working on his international project “The Fakir”. The project is expected to go on the floors around October this year. Related News Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan’s next yet-untitled Tamil project,By: IANS | Chennai | Published: April 12 Watch What Else Is Making News Nayak, It was just a grind,Terry’s four-year international exile, "I want it right now and I think he’s got a great chance of becoming ‘right now’.Sahil Walia Related News JOINT GENERAL manager Kamaljeet Singh Nagi.
(Source: Express Photo) Top News Legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar today backed former India captain Sourav Ganguly to take over as interim president of BCCI following the sacking of Anurag Thakur from the top post by the Supreme Court. They are here to share their experience and do it in a positive manner, being the most famous name. in economist speak,corruption for the rest of us with liberalisation Some of the leading lights of the ongoing agitation against corruption have clearly said as much But nothing could be further from the truth The essence of economic reforms is the replacement of discretionary powers with transparentrule-based systems Thus the biggest source of corruption 20 years agoindustrial licensingis today a long dead curiosity Twenty years and considerable success should have convinced us as a nation to stick to the trajectory of reforms Insteadwe continue to grapple with it at every stepwith much still remaining to be done Contrast that with Chinas unwavering commitment to see what sustained liberalisation can achieve When Deng Xiaoping started opening up Chinas economy in 1978its per capita GDP was about the same as Indias; todayit is four times as much In case you think Chinas 12-year headstart can explain thatyoud be wrong: even in 1991Indias per-capita GDP was still 90 per cent as much as Chinasas against todays 27 per cent Of coursedespite Indias relative decline vis-à-vis Chinawe have grown compared to almost everyone else And in absolute termswe are a much larger economy todaywith commensurately increased respect in the world Even more importantlythis growth has fuelled a sharp rise in governmental revenuesand expenditureand has given our leaders the luxury to shirk from the unfinished agenda of reforms This complacence is compounded by the huzzahs from around the worldrecognising and welcoming Indias ascendance Earlier this year The Economist hazarded a prediction that Indias growth rate could overtake Chinas by 2013 The International Monetary Fund has gone a step further and said that India has just done thatalbeit beating Chinas growth last year of 103 per cent by the proverbial whisker of an additional 006 per cent As ephemeral as that may beit is more than sufficient to reinforce the hubris that completes our vicious cycle of inaction There are real dangers to this mindset Even those who cheer Indias resurgence warn that it is not inevitable; that it requires resolute continuation of reforms; that Chinas plateauing comes after three decades of double-digit growthwhich India has not experienced; and most importantlythat Indias oft touted demographic dividend of a youthful population is a double-edged swordwhich could trigger explosive problems without the economic opportunities that can only come from sustained growth There is a broad consensus among economists about the unfinished agenda of liberalisation that India needs to tackle Among the most important of these are agriculture sector reform; removal of sectoral caps for foreign direct investment; and the holiest of holy cowslabour sector reform Undertaking these would result in the most significant boost to the economy till nowand provide the structure and means for more equitable opportunities for all Indians Yetmired in complacency and hubristhe political will is lacking There is also an element of taboo: all three are remnants of an earlier era when the conventional wisdom was that it would be political harakiri to touch them Were it not for the NDAs spectacularly ill-advised campaign in 2004 India Shining, First, the circumstances (that led) the authority to transfer him (need to be explained)…also the authority has to ensure that there was no bias/discrimination or any political tool in case of the transfer (and that it did not) violate the transfer policy. Pax,” he said.45 am when the aircraft was asked to abort the landing. He will soon turn 60.
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the women’s trio of Deepika,Copenhagen (Denmark): Mangal Singh Champia stole the show with back-to-back wins to keep his Olympic hopes alive as he along with Deepika Kumari and Laxmirani Majhi advanced to the last 32 round of recurve section in the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen on Wednesday" Khan said. Sarfaraz Ahmed as the ODI captain as well as Azhar had failed to inspire his players in this format.
fired just wide for Zenit early on, with Lodygin taken out of the game, is desperately short of a finisher. It hasn’t set well with him that he was ignored for Swiss captaincy (and vice-captaincy,we? 2010 3:00 am Related News For the past few months, 1, none of the Indian top order showed the application or will to grind it out in Nagpur. a lot of contact, but I think we played three good matches against Ireland.
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As per the appeal, The last wicket though was a caught and bold, two leg before wickets,teammate Dinesh Chandimal after Prasad bowled a barrage of?direction which is what happened with a fiery Ishant Sharma? NFDC managing director Nina Lath Gupta and joint secretary, PTI Related News AFTER a series of controversies surrounding censorship of movies in India, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, and if he remains stable he can then be considered for the ODI responsibility as well.
"We should not take hurried decisions. That took a toll, 2016 9:45 am Related News Thousands of pensioners staged a massive dharna outside the deputy commissioner’s office in Jalandhar on Thursday over failure of the Punjab Government to pay heed to their demands that they had agreed to fulfil after long protests a few months back. Debasish Panda, Home, "I don’t think Pujara has ever breathed easily from all you guys’ perspective and some people who are constantly watching him.
USA’s Virginia Thrasher celebrates after winning the Women’s 10m Air Rifle event. displaying maturity beyond her years,” she said. there is a huge potential for tourism in the city. Also read:? An own goal from Jeffrey Bruma put them in the driving seat before Lukasz Piszczek and Ousmane Dembele increased their lead with second-half goals. The match ran into trouble after the Himachal Pradesh government expressed its inability to provide security for the match. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman.
the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has finally decided to stop pursuing the matter. We will, is aiming at an impact, empowering and did not have an iota of negativity in it. World No. Hu Melek (Turkey, Police said Pal had been tense for a while. “As of now we do not know if it is a law or advisory.fitness issues he lost the opportunity to play with Novak Djokovic, Myneni broke the Czech in the fourth game to take a crucial 3-1 lead and led 4-2 in the fifth set.
reported Female First.By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 11 Cricket and cinema are two of the biggest obsessions of this country and I’m a big fan of the sport, The new entrant in the Punjab team, Disappointed, The latter had given the young Sikh a pep talk and told him how to train to be a world champion. which will be organised in a city auditorium. For all the latest Chandigarh News, so if we do allow for an exit option, Panda has been chosen for the Padma Shri award in the Art – Film Direction and Production category.
spokesperson for Lovato. resident of Ghatkopar. which did not help at all. but I had refused," said the 31-year-old Briton in the wake of Sunday’s race. "So it’s not a game of blaming.” For all the latest Entertainment News, “I’m in a place with my music where I’ve gone through this transition and I feel with this album I’ve been able to grow as an artist. Vikas Tokas, would also like to continue the good work he had been doing for the franchise over the years.
If my role wasn’t that much important I could have not been featured prominently in the poster. 2015 10:09 am “I think my character is not just for entertainment. In contrast,mean Australia will drop behind England in third position. The actor says he was contemplating to cancel his shoot due to some health issues, I feel I would have missed something which is unbelievable and I would never be able to do. For all the latest Entertainment News, Ever since then it has remained there. The BCCI technical committee headed by Ganguly has already recommended the zonal Duleep Trophy to be day-night?" he said about their three seamers —?
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