Protests over the ban on the bull-taming continue to keep Tamil Nadu on the edge. While protests were seen across the state during the day on Thursday, people took to Marina Beach with their mobile torchlights to mark their protest in the evening.Amid the ongoing protests, DMK party on Thursday announced a statewide rail roko andolan on Friday. Earlier on Thursday, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India said that it may take the legal route if the Centre brings an ordinance to enable the conduct of jallikattu.”Our campaign is against cruelty towards all animals. We will consult our lawyers and take a decision if there is an ordinance,” said PETA spokesperson Manilal Valliyate. ALSO READ: Jallikattu: May take legal route if Centre brings ordinance to conduct the sport, says PETA Massive protests continued during the day on Thursday in Tamil Nadu in support of jallikattu, the ancient and popular bull-taming sport. At Chennai’s Marina Beach, protesters sat through Wednesday night and on Thursday morning, demanding the lifting of the Supreme Court ban on jallikattu and action on animal rights group, PETA.With several colleges declaring holiday in Chennai and in other parts of the state, the number of students to assemble at Marina is expected to go up today as protesters have rejected Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam’s appeal to end the protest.ALSO READ: Jallikattu: Asked PM Modi for emergency law, he gave assurances, says Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam Soon after Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi, Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways, Shipping Pon Radhakrishnan also met the PM over the issue. He said that bringing an Ordinance will actually be harmful for people of Tamil Nadu.advertisement”We will also examine PETA funding,” Radhakrishnan said while responding to a question about AIADMK chief Sasikala saying that PETA should be thrown out.”LATEST UPDATES: Lawyers to boycott courts, schools, colleges and most restaurants, cinemas to be shut.Mobile torchlight protest at Marina Beach over ban imposed on jallikattu.DMK announces statewide rail roko agitation tomorrow in TN, ask Centre to promulgated ordinance and condemn its inaction.Animal Rights group PETA has said that it will take legal route if SC passes ordinance.Some reports say protesters have set a 5:00 pm deadline for the Tamil Nadu government to make an announcement in the matterProtesters reject CM Panneerselvam’s appeal to end protests at Chennai Beach and other parts of the state.I have been asking PM for his time to express the Tamil emotion and pass the ordinance ASAP but he asked me meet the Home Minister as he doesn’t have time. But I know this will not work so sat for agitation outside his residence to gain his attention: Ramadoss”Jallikattu is an emotional issue today where more than 25- 30 lakh students are on streets today something which I have seen after half century,” says Ramadoss.Former Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss and PMK chief also comes out in support of lifting the ban on jallikattu.ALSO READ: As Tamil Nadu CM watches MGR movie, angry Marina Beach protesters ask where OPS is Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has refused to hear a plea which sought that the apex court should hear the matter pertaining to public protest at Marina Beach.The Supreme Court has asked the petitioner to approach the concerned court in the matter.Support for the sport, meanwhile, has been rising, with Viswanathan Anand becoming the latest personality to come in support of jallikattu. The chess great tweeted, “Jallikattu is a cultural symbol. Respect it. I am all for animal rights but here that is not the point.tradition & livelihood are.”HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:On Wednesday on the Marina, thousands of young men and women demanded not only an end to the ban on jallikattu but also a ban on People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which opposes the sport.Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi to press for promulgation of an Ordinance enabling the conduct of jallikattu.Union Minister Anil Madhav Dave has told India Today that the Centre may not bring any Ordinance on the matter when the decision on jallikattu is on final stages in the Supreme Court.In jallikattu, a bull vaulter is expected to hang on to the animal’s hump for a stipulated distance or for a minimum of three jumps by the bull.The Supreme Court in May 2014 banned jallikattu, saying that bulls cannot be used as performing animals including bullock-cart races.Since then, people have been urging the central government to take steps to allow the sport.The common complaint among the protest leaders was that the Supreme Court had insulted the Tamil culture by disallowing the sport.In Chennai, the demonstration began on Tuesday morning following the arrest of jallikattu protesters in Madurai district’s Alanganallur town well known for conducting the sport.Thousands of youths who began their protest in Alanganallur on Monday were arrested a day later.Police housed the protesters — both men and women — at wedding halls. Angered by the arrests, villagers took to the streets.WATCH VIDEO:advertisementALSO READ | Jallikattu: Thousands protest at Chennai’s Marina Beach; 31 colleges to be shut todayTo defy jallikattu ban, cock fight conducted in Tamil NaduJallikattu row intensifies: AIADMK chief Sasikala writes to PM, wants change in law
The World Cup is the grandest stage in the world of football and it’s quite obvious that the greatest clubs provide the most number of players for the quadrennial event.The 32-team World Cup will see 736 players participating in the tournament as they will aim to win the coveted trophy for their respective nation.English champions Manchester City will have 16 players at the 2018 edition in Russia, more than any other club and ahead of Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona.2018 FIFA World Cup: A rare and historic Indian touch in RussiaCollectively, City, Real and Barcelona will send 45 players with the Champions League winner contributing 15 and the La Liga winner sending 14.City will be represented by some of the greatest talents from Premier League that helped the club lift the 2017-18 league title and set the record for most points, most goals and most wins in a single season.The English club could have had 18 players in Russia. However, Germany coach Joachim Low decided not to take star player Leroy Sane, while talented defender Aymeric Laporte failed to make it to the France squad.2018 FIFA World Cup: 5 key battles you cannot miss in RussiaKevin De Bruyne, David Silva and Sergio Aguero will be some of the biggest names from City at the World Cup.Manchester City (16)Ederson, Fernandinho, Danilo, Gabriel Jesus (Brazil); John Stones, Kyle Walker, Fabian Delph, Raheem Sterling (England); Nicolas Otamendi, Sergio Aguero (Argentina); Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium); Benjamin Mendy (France); Ilkay Gundogan (Germany); Bernardo Silva (Portugal); David Silva (Spain).advertisementReal also known as Galacticos will be sending a galaxy of stars to the World Cup. Their biggest star Ronaldo will be hoping to have a crack at the World Cup after winning the 2016 Euro.A look at all the kits this World Cup: French and Nigerian jerseys in demandReal Madrid (15)Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Nacho, Isco, Marco Asensio (Spain); Marcelo, Casemiro (Brazil); Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic (Croatia); Keylor Navas (Costa Rica); Raphael Varane (France); Toni Kroos (Germany); Achraf Hakimi (Morocco); Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal).For Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, this probably will be his last chance to lay his hands at the elusive trophy.Barcelona (14)Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta (Spain); Paulinho, Philippe Coutinho (Brazil); Samuel Umtiti, Ousmane Dembele (France); Lionel Messi (Argentina); Thomas Vermaelen (Belgium); Yerry Mina (Colombia); Ivan Rakitic (Croatia); Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Germany); Luis Suarez (Uruguay).Paris Saint-Germain (12), Chelsea (12), Tottenham Hotspur (11), Juventus (11), Manchester United (11) and Bayern Munich (11) will provide more than 10 players at the World Cup.The 2018 World Cup kicks off on June 14 with the Russia vs Saudi Arabia match.
Indian Super League ISL 2017: ATK rope in Finnish striker Njazi Kuqi Goal Last updated 2 years ago 23:44 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Indian Super League ATK The Bengal Tigers have now completed their quota of eight foreigners by signing the Finnish striker. 34-year-old Njazi Kuqi has signed for the two-time Indian Super League champions ATK as their eighth foreign player for the upcoming season of ISL. Kuqi, a Finnish forward, joins the Teddy Sheringham-led side after Manchester United academy graduate Tom Thorpe completed his move to the Kolkata outfit earlier this week.Kuqi had earlier plied his trade with TuS Koblenz, a German team, where he struck 11 goals in his 52 appearances. Apart from his stints at FC Lahti, where he kick started his career and Panionios G.S.S, Kuqi also spent his time at English clubs namely Blackpool and Peterborough United on loan from Birmingham City. Vushtrri-born Njazi Kuqi also served for his national side between the years 2005 and 2013 having registered five goals in his 12 international caps for the Huuhkajat (The Eagle-owls). The 6’2” right-footed centre-forward believes that the Sanjiv Goenka-owned outfit will help him improve his game and also shared his happiness on the move to his new club. ”I am thrilled to see so many followers of football especially in Kolkata where the game is closest to a religion. I am happy to be associated with a champion team like ATK. My learning graph will only rise with this league. I just hope to give my best,” he commented. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing With Njazi Kuqi, ATK have completed their quota of eight foreigners. The other seven foreign players are Robbie Keane, José Egas Dos Santos Branco, Conor Thomas, Jussi Albert Jääskeläinen, Carl Baker, Jordi Figueras Montel and Tom Thorpe.
Londoner Rice, who has indicated he is ready to opt for Ireland rather than England, took his introduction to international football in his stride.He said: “I think there is something in me. I’m composed and I’m a calm player. You’re only out there for 90 minutes and you have to give it everything you’ve got. It’s a game of football at the end of the day.“I’m only 19, but I’ve had good experiences with West Ham this year and I’ve tried to take that onto international level tonight. I thought I did well for only being 19 years old on the international scene. I was proud of myself and thought I performed well.”Hakan Calhanoglu and the Turkey captain, Topal, sent long-range efforts high and wide as Colin Doyle, winning his second Ireland cap 10 years and 304 days after his first, was largely untroubled in goal despite the pressure. Indeed the visitors might have taken an 18th-minute lead when Hogan ran on to Jeff Hendrick’s pass and rounded Volkan Babacan, only to fire into the side-netting.Turkey needed only seven minutes of the second half to go ahead when Calhanoglu and Yusuf Yazici worked a short corner and the latter crossed for Topal to volley home from close range.Maguire and James McClean started to come to the fore as the Republic made their presence felt, although Doyle needed two attempts to claim Calhanoglu’s skidding 67th-minute effort with Turkey in the driving seat.O’Neill shuffled his pack after an hour, handing McClean a more accustomed midfield role and he almost made an impact with 15 minutes remaining when he broke free down the left and fired in a dangerous cross that was thumped away by Okay Yokuslu. Read more Germany v Spain, Italy v Argentina and more: international football – as it happened Read more Share via Email match reports Share on Facebook Turkey Share on Pinterest Friendlies Football’s latest arms race: the battle for Europe’s best youngsters intensifies Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Share on Twitter Republic of Ireland Topics Mehmet Topal’s sweetly struck volley condemned a new-look Republic of Ireland to friendly defeat in Turkey on a night Martin O’Neill used to experiment with his squad.O’Neill handed senior debuts to Declan Rice, Scott Hogan and a substitute Matt Doherty and first starts to Alan Browne and Sean Maguire in Antalya but it was the Fenerbahce midfielder Topal who ultimately won the day with a 52nd-minute shot.However, there were positives with Rice turning in an assured performance and the captain, Séamus Coleman, getting 62 minutes under his belt a year since he suffered a double leg fracture on international duty.“I had no hesitation in putting him into the middle of the field,” O’Neill said of West Ham defender Rice, who started at the back then moved into midfield. “It was a man-of-the-match performance and I thought he was excellent for us. Considering it’s his debut and he’s 19 years of age, it was an impressive performance from an impressive young man.” Share on Messenger Reuse this content
Paul Pogba Pogba’s goal wouldn’t have been taken off Messi, Ronaldo or Neymar – Evra Omnisport 22:36 6/17/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Paul Pogba France France v Peru France v Australia World Cup Lionel Messi Cristiano Ronaldo Neymar The midfielder’s critics should spend more time talking about what he does on the pitch, according to his former France team-mate Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar would have all been allowed to keep Paul Pogba’s reclassified World Cup goal, according to former France international Patrice Evra.Pogba hit a deflected winner as Les Bleus opened their Russia 2018 campaign with a 2-1 victory over Australia, but FIFA have belatedly marked the strike down as an own goal from Socceroos defender Aziz Behich.The midfielder came into the World Cup after a difficult season with Manchester United but got his tournament off to a memorable start after also helping create France’s first goal, an Antoine Griezmann penalty. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move Evra – who played alongside Pogba for France – believes the 25-year-old comes under unfair scrutiny for his image and that more time should be spent discussing his qualities on the pitch.”I ask people to stop hating my PauI,” Evra told ITV. “I know he is doing his hair but let’s talk about football. “I would like to know if Messi or Ronaldo or Neymar scored the goal would they take it away from them? That is just my point of view.”Evra claimed the United midfielder is performing at a higher level than he did in Serie A with Juve, where he won four straight Serie A titles.”The problem with Paul is that his image is getting bigger than his football,” Evra said. “Even when the game starts people are already angry and already criticising him – about his hair, about his style, about his fashion. We never talk about his football, we talk about a lot of other things.”The expectations with Paul are too high – maybe that’s the problem. When you see his statistics from when he played at Juventus and now for Manchester United, they are better at United.”I think because they bought him for a lot of money, people expect Paul to score three goals every game but maybe he’s not at that level. When the game goes wrong, they point at Paul first and I don’t think that’s fair. Give him time, he’s still young.”Pogba is likely to line up for France when they continue their Group C campaign against Peru at the Ekaterinburg Arena on Thursday.
The FAO Food Price Index, which measures the monthly change in international prices for cereals, vegetable oils, dairy, meat and sugar, averaged nearly 171 points in March, marking a 2.8 per cent drop from the previous month while remaining 13.4 per cent above its level a year earlier, according to the agency. Cereal prices declined 1.8 per cent from February, led down by wheat and maize. It is now roughly par with its March 2016 level. Vegetable oil prices fell 6.2 per cent on the month. Palm oil and soy oil quotations were both lower in March on the back of improving production forecasts, while those of rape and sunflower seed oils also declined due to higher-than-expected availabilities. Sugar prices plummeted 10.9 per cent to its lowest level since May 2016 amid weak import demand and expectations of robust Brazilian supplies entering world markets as a result of strong harvests and slower domestic uptake for bio-ethanol production. Dairy prices dropped 2.3 per cent due to buoyant milk supplies, but remained well above its year-ago level.Meat prices rose 0.7 per cent, led by firm import demand from Asia for bovine meat and pigmeat. FAO’s first forecasts for cereal markets in 2017/2018FAO also released its first world cereal supply and demand outlook for the year ahead, expecting it to be “another season of relative market tranquility” with grain inventories remaining at near-record levels.Worldwide cereal production in 2017 is projected at 2,597 million tonnes, just nine million tonnes short of the record set in 2016, according to the latest Cereal Supply and Demand report.Global wheat production is expected to fall 2.7 per cent in 2017 to 740 million tonnes mostly on price-induced planting cuts in Australia, Canada and the United States.By contrast, total production of coarse grains in 2017 is provisionally expected to rise to a new record level of 1,353 million tonnes, substantially thanks to a surge in production in Brazil and Argentina along with a rebound in South Africa after last year’s drought.
The Big Ten Conference’s footprint looks like it will extend up and down the mid-Atlantic region. One day after admitting the University of Maryland to the league, the Big Ten’s expansion is expected to continue as the conference is reportedly set to approve Rutgers University’s application Tuesday. Rutgers, nicknamed the Scarlet Knights, would become the 14th team in the modern history of the Big Ten. A 2 p.m. press conference with Rutgers president Robert L. Barchi, athletic director Tim Pernetti and Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany is set to take place on the school’s campus in Piscataway, N.J., Tuesday. As part of the move, Rutgers would depart the Big East Conference. The Scarlet Knights football program joined the Big East in 1991. In 1995, Rutgers began to compete in the Big East in all sports. On Monday, Maryland became the 13th team in modern Big Ten history when its Board of Regents voted “overwhelmingly” to approve the university’s application to the conference. Current Big Ten university presidents then assembled for a Monday teleconference to unanimously approve the school’s admittance. Maryland’s move to the Big Ten will take effect July 1, 2014. Rutgers football notes As Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said during a Monday press conference, football drives much of the revenue generation and interest for the Big Ten and fans of the traditionally Midwestern conference will be happy to know the Rutgers is no slouch on the gridiron. The Scarlet Knights football program is currently ranked No. 21 in the latest Associated Press poll and the team is in-line for the Big East’s automatic Bowl Championship Series berth by virtue of its 9-1 overall record and its 5-0 in-conference record. Rutgers completed a $102 million dollar expansion of its football team’s home field, High Point Solutions Stadium, expanding the venue’s capacity to 52,454. With the expansion, High Point Solution Stadium will be the third smallest Big Ten venue – only Northwestern’s Ryan Field (49,256) and Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium (50,805) hold fewer fans.
JCHX Mining Management, one of the top mining construction companies in China, recently received high-fidelity, training simulators for their Atlas Copco 282 drill rig and Normet 1050 shotcrete sprayer operators, at their training facility in Miyun County, Beijing. The simulators represent ThoroughTec Simulation’s latest CYBERMINE system. The global training simulator provider has one of the widest range of mining equipment training simulators in the industry.“We were extremely pleased when JCHX chose ThoroughTec to provide them with a quality training solution to further improve their operators’ safety and productivity levels,” says Larin Allison, Regional Vice President of Asia Pacific at ThoroughTec. JCHX operates around the world and is engaged mainly in mine development & construction and contract mining as well as research and development of mining technologies.Safety is one of the fundamental principles of JCHX. “We are committed to achieving our goal of zero injuries in our operations and one of the ways to achieve this is with highly trained personnel,” says Wang Xian Cheng, Chairman and Founder of JCHX. “Training simulators are just another way to help us achieve this. We want to provide our clients with the best operators possible.”“Advanced high-fidelity training simulators play a vital role in training operators to be safe and productive,” says Allison. “Besides training and evaluating novices in the safe and proficient operation of heavy equipment, these simulators can provide a new recruit screening system, effective refresher training for experienced operators and training in emergency situations, not possible on the real mining equipment, all of which entrench safety awareness and procedures.”The two simulators have been customised for JCHX to include Mandarin language localisation. The drill rig simulator features a drill pattern editor and scaling, meshing and bolting functions. Whilst the shotcrete sprayer features a unique training tool that utilises colours to show whether or not the operator is spraying to the correct thickness. Training operators to apply the correct thickness limits wastage, promotes a better bind to the rock surface and ultimately ensures a more secure rock face for improved safety.The CYBERMINE training simulator features a simulated cab, a highly realistic replica of the actual mining equipment, with fully functional simulated instruments and controls. The replicated cab is mounted on a motion platform capable of imparting up to three degrees of freedom, ideal for underground mining equipment. The cab is surrounded by a panoramic, high-resolution projection display system with surround sound audio. Training and evaluation is exercised in real time from an advanced instructor station and displayed on two high definition widescreen displays. The entire mining simulator system is housed in a customised, self-contained ISO standard container, which also facilitates ease of transport.
Une nouvelle espèce marine découverte dans l’Océan PacifiqueUne équipe de scientifiques américains a découvert une étrange espèce marine dans les profondeurs de l’océan Pacifique. Une petite créature aux allures fantomatiques baptisée squidworm (littéralement “ver-calmar”).Cet étrange animal translucide ne mesure pas plus de dix centimètres. Découvert à une profondeur de 2,8 kilomètres, entre les Philippines et l’Indonésie, dans la mer de Célèbes, il est doté de dix paires de tentacules situées de chaque côté de son long corps et grâce auxquelles il se déplace. Le squidworm possède également six paires de longs organes sur sa tête, qui lui permettent de sentir et goûter ce qu’il rencontre dans les profondeurs de l’océan.À lire aussiLe chat de Pallas, un félin sauvage aussi irrésistible que méconnu”J’étais tellement excitée”, raconte Karen Osborn, chercheuse à la Scripps Institution of Oceanography, qui fut la première à apercevoir l’animal “se distinguant de tout ceux qui avaient pu être décrits auparavant, avec son incroyable chapeau”. Il est si différent de toutes les autres espèces, qu’un nouveau genre a dû être crée pour lui.Les squidworms, qui se nourrissent de “neige marine”, un mélange de résidus océanique, vivent à 100 ou 200 mètres du fond de l’océan, un lieu particulièrement riche en faune et en flore, mais qui est extrêmement mal connu. Pour Karen Osborn, il est possible que la moitié des espèces qui y vivent soient encore inconnues de la science.Le 25 novembre 2010 à 20:04 • Emmanuel Perrin
2011 classée 9e année la plus chaudeLa température moyenne de la Terre en 2011 a été la neuvième plus élevée depuis que ces mesures ont commencé à être enregistrées en 1880, d’après la NASA qui a souligné que ce léger refroidissement ne signifiait en rien une fin de la tendance au réchauffement.La température moyenne à la surface du globe a été de 14,38°C en 2011, soit 0,51 degré au-dessus de la température moyenne au milieu du XXe siècle. Neuf des dix années les plus chaudes dans les annales météorologiques se sont produites depuis 2000, la seule année du XXe siècle figurant dans cette liste étant 1998. Ainsi, 2011 entre directement à la place de 9e année la plus chaude, explique la NASA. La comparaison avec les températures relevées dans le passé montre bien que la Terre continue à être plus chaude qu’il y a plusieurs décennies, selon l’agence américaine. “Nous savons que la planète absorbe plus d’énergie qu’elle n’en émet”, souligne James Hansen, directeur de l’Institut Goddard de la NASA pour les études de l’espace (Giss), qui effectue régulièrement ces mesures de température autour du globe à l’aide de satellites. “De ce fait, nous continuons à observer la poursuite d’une tendance au réchauffement même avec les effets refroidissants du courant de La Niña dans le Pacifique et la faible activité solaire ces dernières années”, ajoute-t-il.En effet, la différence entre 2011 et l’année la plus chaude des annales (2010 à égalité avec 2005) est de seulement 0,12 degré. Etant donné l’importante variabilité naturelle du climat, les scientifiques ne s’attendent pas à une montée constante de la température, mais plutôt à la poursuite du réchauffement progressif au cours des prochaines décennies. Aujourd’hui, les températures sont maintenues à leur niveau élevé essentiellement à cause de l’accroissement des concentrations de gaz à effet de serre dans l’atmosphère, notamment le dioxyde de carbone (CO2), souligne la NASA. À lire aussiQui est Greta Thunberg, proposée pour un prix Nobel à seulement 16 ans ?Ces gaz absorbent les radiations infrarouges émises par la Terre et rejettent cette énergie dans l’atmosphère plutôt que de la laisser s’échapper dans l’espace. Alors que la concentration de ces substances dans l’atmosphère augmente, la quantité d’énergie qu’ils retiennent entraîne une montée des températures.L’influence du phénomène El NiñoAjouté à cela, James Hansen dit s’attendre à de nouveaux records de température dans les deux à trois prochaines années, citant notamment le retour du courant chaud du Pacifique El Niño et un accroissement de l’activité solaire. “C’est toujours risqué de faire des prédictions sur El Niño mais on peut dire avec confiance que nous observerons une année de température chaude record dans les trois prochaines années”, déclare le directeur, pour qui “il ne faudrait pas qu’El Niño soit très fort pour pousser le thermomètre au-dessus du record de 2010”.Le 20 janvier 2012 à 13:20 • Maxime Lambert
A motorcyclist was critically injured Saturday evening in Battle Ground after colliding with an SUV.Clark County sheriff’s deputies and personnel with Clark County Fire District 3 responded at 6:55 p.m. to an injury crash in the 27400 block of Northeast 182nd Avenue, according to a sheriff’s office news release.Upon arrival, first responders performed CPR on a motorcyclist who had collided with a Toyota SUV. The motorcyclist was taken to a local hospital with critical injuries, the sheriff’s office said.Witnesses and the driver of the SUV said the northbound Toyota turned left into the path of the southbound motorcyclist. The driver and passenger of the SUV suffered minor injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene, the sheriff’s office said.The driver of the SUV is cooperating with investigators, and no charges have been filed at this time. The sheriff’s office’s traffic unit is continuing to investigate.Authorities have not yet released the identities of the motorcyclist or SUV driver.
A joint board featuring decision-makers from Vancouver, Clark County, the Council for the Homeless and the Vancouver Housing Authority could help organize Southwest Washington’s disjointed approach to homelessness into a single, cohesive strategy.That was the pitch of Kate Budd, executive director of the Council for the Homeless, in her presentation to the Vancouver City Council on Monday afternoon. The change would put all the regional stakeholders in the same room, she said — including the groups who have the budget to move the needle on homelessness responses in a quantifiable way.It’s a common-sense approach already being adopted in other cities like Columbus, Ohio, Louisville, Ky., and Providence, R.I., she added.“The players at the table, who are all incredible people, often don’t have the ability to make particular changes,” Budd said. “It’s widely accepted in our community that more needs to be done.”Her proposal would reorganize what the Council for the Homeless calls the region’s “Continuum of Care.” The new piece would found a joint executive board on homelessness. The proposed seven-member board would include Budd, two officials from the county, two from the city and two from the VHA. The board would also be evenly split between elected and administrative officials — one of each, from all three factions.“The highest level of the continuum of care is the Joint Executive Board on Homelessness. This would be a newly created group,” Budd explained to the city council.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government unveiled the budget for 2019/2020 on Friday, seeking to reverse weakening growth and investment that threaten to take the shine off a recent landslide election victory.Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, presenting the annual budget statement to parliament, said the government planned structural reforms to kickstart foreign and domestic investment.Modi has set a target of growing India into a $5 trillion economy by 2024/2025 from $2.7 trillion that a government report on Thursday said will be done on the back of higher investment, savings and exports in the way China’s growth was propelled.”We need to invest heavily in infrastructure, digital economy, job creation,” Sitharaman said, adding India is set to become a $3 trillion economy in the current fiscal year.But economists say scaling up Asia’s third-largest economy in rapid fashion will need bold reforms including freeing up land and labour markets, which Modi shied away from in his first term for fear of political backlash.Capital Economics said in a note on Friday that reaching that target “is dependent in large part on achieving real GDP growth of 8% a year, which we think is unlikely.”Land and labour reforms are difficult in a democracy like India and it seems unlikely Modi will risk drawing the ire of his Bharatiya Janata Party voters that re-elected him with a huge mandate.India’s economy is also running into global headwinds with growth weighed down by trade wars and protectionism.Asia’s third-largest economy grew at a much slower-than-expected 5.8% in the last quarter, the weakest growth in five years and far below the pace needed to generate jobs for the millions of young Indian’s entering the labour market each month. And the unemployment rate rose to a multi-year-high of 6.1% in the 2017/18 fiscal year.New investments proposals in 2018/19 fell to 9.5 trillion rupees, the lowest investment proposals recorded in 14 years, according to Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), a Mumbai based think tank.
Listen Live Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Photo Gallery Matchup History Postgame Notes Next Game: vs. Notre Dame 3/13/2019 | 7:00 p.m. Story Links Preview PDF Box Score CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Ty Jerome scored 24 points, including the go-ahead free throw with 5:34 remaining, and No. 2 Virginia held off Louisville 73-68 on Saturday to clinch the top seed in next week’s Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.Kyle Guy added 13 points and Jay Huff also made huge contributions at both ends as Virginia (28-2, 16-2) won its eighth in a row.Jordan Nwora scored 19 and Malik Williams 12 for the Cardinals (19-12, 10-8), who lost their ninth in a row in the series and for the sixth time in the last eight games under first-year coach Chris Mack. The Cardinals missed nine of their last 11 shots.Louisville used a 20-4 run spanning the half to open a 47-40 lead early in the second half, quieting the sellout crowd at John Paul Jones Arena until Virginia immediately scored seven straight to tie it. The game was tied at 49 when Louisville scored six in a row to go back ahead and the lead flip-flopped until Jerome followed a three-point play by Christen Cunningham by making a pair of free throws.That put Virginia ahead 63-62 and when Louisville turned the ball over on its next possession, Jerome found Huff free at the top of the key for his second 3-pointer. Huff also had two steals and a block during the rally, and Guy and Braxton Key hit 3-pointers.BIG PICTURELouisville: The Cardinals managed just 52 points in their 64-52 home loss to Virginia on Feb. 23, but offensive bursts by Williams (seven points early) and Nwora (10 in the last 8:33) had them within 36-33 at halftime. Nwora scored eight of Louisville’s 10 during a 10-3 run that briefly gave them a 27-26 lead with 6:06 remaining.Virginia: Huff has a huge offensive upside and is a fan favorite at Virginia, but his defensive liabilities have limited his playing time in the past. Lately, he’s grasping coach Tony Bennett’s Pack-Line defense better, working as a rim protector and getting critical playing time.UP NEXTLouisville: The Cardinals will be the seventh seed in the ACC Tournament and will play the winner of the Georgia Tech vs. Notre Dame game at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13. Virginia: The Cavaliers have byes through the first two rounds of the ACC Tournament. Print Friendly Version ESPN/ Raycom/WAVE-TV Live Stats
The year 2018 proved quite successful for ‘The Khadi and Village Industries Commission’ (KVIC) as the organisation launched various programmes and missions for the revival of Khadi activities, as well as Village Industries activities in a modest way. All the efforts and hard work paid off quite well and Khadi spread its essence not only across the nation but the whole world. Here is a list of programmes started by the organisation for the development of the country: Also Read – Add new books to your shelf’Honey Mission’ blooms in 2018: Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s clarion call while introducing Banas Honey project in Banaskantha district of Gujarat, The Khadi and Village Industries Commission, started a new programme named ‘Honey Mission’, which has proved to be a major success. KVIC managed to distribute nearly 55,000 bee-boxes besides creating more than 7,000 new employment under ‘Honey Mission’. Also, it created around 6,000 additional man-days through the fabrication of bee boxes and honey extractors. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveKVIC’s wheels turn the fate of potters: After detailed study about the causes of potters’ plights along with elaborate research on features of pottery industry, its problems, and consequent suggestions and guideline, the KVIC has come up with its appropriate technological development, adaptability by poor potters and implementation through its ‘Kumhaar Sashaktikaran Yojana’, in which apart from providing one electric potter wheels, one set of Pug mill, one set of Blunger and one set of gas-fired kiln to each group of 10 potters in many districts of Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Bihar, Jharkhand and other states, KVIC is also providing them multi-dimensional approach with an overview on the entire system of input – process – production – management and e-marketing elements. The KVIC is committed to providing them with technological, financial and marketing support so that the potters could lead a happy and healthy life. Charka – KVIC’s commitment to Social Justice: KVIC has embarked upon a mission of installing ‘Charkhas’ in prominent places of India and abroad as a constant reminder of our commitment to ‘social justice’ and people’s ‘self-reliance’ as its tribute to ‘Dharma’. KVIC has also embarked upon distributing ‘charkhas’ to the poor of India, following the spirit of this inheritance of heritage. Besides this, KVIC has also introduced a new initiative of opening exclusive Khadi corners in major malls and supermarkets in the country – to ensure Khadi’s presence at the doorstep. Also, it opened its first-ever ‘Khadi Haat’, set up under the joint aegis of KVIC and New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) at Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Adding another feather to the cap, KVIC decided to sponsor the costumes of upcoming Indian epic biographical film Manikarnika. This would be a step towards the promotion of this signature fabric. Nonagenarian Khadi institution revived in Karnataka, Revival of Sewapuri Ashram, KVIC’s ‘Swachchta Abhiyaan’ – which saved Government’s Rs 153 crore so far were among other initiatives of KVIC. On the global level, KVIC for the first time, organised exclusive Khadi exhibitions in 10 countries on August 15. Enthused by the massive response in those countries, the KVIC again organised exclusive Khadi exhibitions in another 50 countries on October 2, 2018. The signature fabric of India that Gandhiji used as a tool to drive the British away from India caught the show at South Africa on June 7 this year – at the same Pietermaritzburg Railway Station – where he was thrown off a train for refusing to give up his seat in a first class. Khadi also became theme-line on Montenegro National Day celebrations. Moreover, KVIC reduced plastic menace under its project REPLAN (REducingPLAstic in Nature) initiative, increased artisans’ wages by more than 36 percent, launched eco-friendly ‘hawan-samagri’ and gave new lease of lives to villagers in Sunderban Island in form of Gandhian Charkhas and bee-boxes to eke out their livelihood, under its ambitious ‘Employment Generation Programme’. The list of such initiatives and programmes is endless. After a successful 2018, the organisation is all set to achieve higher goals. The main objectives as of now include distributing another 1,00,000 bee-boxes across the nation under ‘Honey Mission’. Also, it will distribute 10,000 electric potter wheels among potters across the nation as well as 5,000 charkhas and 1,000 looms. It is also planning to plant saplings of at least one lakh Moringa trees across the nation. Lastly, KVIC will focus on the implementation of artisan-centric programmes.
Christchurch on the comeback. Source: Neil Macbeth Hobart ‘re-inventing itself’. Source: Wridgways Hobart and Christchurch have been named as two of the world’s top cities to visit next year, according to Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2013.Praise for the Australian and New Zealand townships has come at an opportune time, given the additional aviation capacity allocated to Tasmania and Christchurch’s rebuild efforts following last year’s earthquakes.Christchurch and Hobart ranked sixth and seventh respectively among the publications top ten cities.Described by Lonely Planet as ‘a historic city reinventing itself’, Hobart was the only Australian city listed.“On the back of the state’s recent inclusion as part of the Australian National Landscapes Program, and some pretty significant boosts in aviation capacity, Tasmania is perfectly placed to reap the tourism benefits of such national and international acclaim,” Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said.Christchurch was characterised as ‘New Zealand’s second-largest city, rising from the rubble created by devastating earthquakes with a breathtaking mix of spirit, determination and flair,’ according to Lonely Planet.“It is priceless recognition of all the hard work that has gone on in Christchurch since the quakes and has the potential to make a huge difference to the speed at which our tourism industry recovers,” Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism chief executive Tim Hunter said.Other cities to make Lonely Planet’s list for 2013 were San Francisco (1), Amsterdam (2), Hyderabad (3), Derry/Londonderry (4), Beijing (5), Montreal (8), Addis Ababa (9) and Puerto Iguazú (10). Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T
Marriott International and YTL Hotels have announced agreements for new hotels across Asia, strengthening both companies’ presence in the world’s fastest growing region. During an official ceremony held at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur on 5 December, the two hotel groups have agreed to develop two new luxury hotels in Malaysia under the JW Marriott and EDITION brands and signed MoUs for two hotels in Japan, an EDITION and a W Hotel in Niseko Village, Hokkaido.“We’re delighted to expand our hospitality footprint in Asia through Marriott International. Our 20-year relationship has been pivotal to the growth of YTL Hotels in Malaysia, Asia and in the UK,” Tan Sri Dato’ (Dr) Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Group of Companies.“We currently have 11 Marriott International hotels in our portfolio of 32 hospitality assets, making us one of Marriott’s largest owning companies with one of the longest relationships in Asia. Through illustrious Marriott International brands such as The Ritz-Carlton, JW Marriott and Autograph Collection, we seek to offer our guests experiences that will make memories for a lifetime.” IMAGE: L-R: Mr Arne Sorenson – President and Chief Executive Officer, Marriott International, Dato’ Mark Yeoh – Executive Director of YTL Hotels, Mr Craig Smith – President and Managing Director of Asia Pacific, Marriott International and Tan Sri Dato’ (Dr) Francis Yeoh – Managing Director of YTL Group of Companies after signing the agreements. asiaMarriottYTL
By Annette ChrysostomouSixteen years ago, young George Eid made an oath to his dying Greek grandfather in Beirut: to find the roots of his family who moved from Smyrna to Lebanon in 1922 and reconstruct the history of the Greeks in Lebanon.Fulfilling the promise took a bit of time but George, now a journalist for a large network, has done it. ‘Kalimera from Beirut’ is the first documentary about the Greek community in Lebanon, and it is about to be finished.George may not have Greek nationality, but his heart, he says, is Greek. “I have great respect towards the Greek culture and will continue to work for the fulfillment of this purpose. I will never forget that in 1922 many people were forced to leave by force from their homes. Forced to uproot,” he said.George EidSeptember 1922 signalled the end of the Greek and Armenian presence in the city of Smyrna. On September 9 the Turks entered Smyrna and drove the two communities out, burning down their houses and destroying their property. Most fled by boat and ship.“My grandfather, along with his father Josef and his mother Galatea, who came from Samos, arrived at the port of Beirut in 1922, when they were forced to leave Smyrna in a hurry, on board a small boat, and seek a new home in Lebanon,” the producer of the documentary said.Nobody was really sure where they were going to end up, and families were separated.“The first thing everybody wants to know is why these Greeks didn’t go to Greece but came to Lebanon and other countries,” said the president of the Greek community in Beirut, Panos Andrioti, who appears in the documentary. “We shouldn’t forget that tens of thousands of Greeks who fled Turkey at the time went in many different directions. There was no other solution.”According to Marie Therese Fellas from the Greek Club of Beirut 30,000 refugees ended up in Lebanon. Most of them stayed in Beirut, close to the sea which they hoped would eventually carry them back to their homes.This hope was one many clung to for a long time.“My grandmother never learnt Arabic and rejected the idea,” descendent of Greek immigrants Elie Choueiry said. “They thought they would return. She always had a key to her house with her in her bag because she was hoping to go back there one day.”George’s great-auntIn Beirut they kept their traditions alive. “Every Saturday we had a table with the kids, ate and danced Greek dances. People broke plates and upset the neighbours,” George’s grandmother remembers.The documentary describes how, as numbers swelled and an interest in Greek food, dance and language grew, the Greek Club was founded where young and old gathered. It opened its doors in 1961.A Greek school also opened in Beirut in 1958. This was originally a primary school which was later expanded, and the first graduates of the gymnasium got their leaving certificate in 1973.By this time, the community was prospering. Having long left behind thoughts of going back where they came from, they slowly acquired property and found jobs in Lebanon.The civil war which broke out in 1975 put a sudden stop to the prosperity. After seeing just two years of graduates the Greek school quickly closed and many left the country, most of whom never returned. Now there are about 10,000 people of Greek descent in Lebanon.Though some have married Lebanese and others have only one parent who is Greek, they still value their ancestry.George was able to establish some connection to his Greek ancestors when he travelled to Samos in 2016 to fulfil his promise to his grandfather and is hoping to find more after he releases his documentary on March 23.The only two documents he had with him to help on his trip to Samos were a postcard sent from Samos to Beirut in 1957 signed by two of his relatives, the sister of his great-grandmother, Maria and her husband Michalis who stayed on in Samos, and a photograph of his great-aunt on a donkey in Samos.“We found the families and later on the grandchildren with whom we communicated,” George said after his visit. “We found our roots.”“We have both cultures,” Marie Therese Fellas says in the documentary, “and having two cultural backgrounds enriches us.”“The Greek spirit is always there. How can it be forgotten? There is no way it can be forgotten,” Andrioti added. George Eid’s documentary is available to watch for free after March 23 twitter.com/menbeirutwww.facebook.com/kalimeraMenBeirut/You May LikeHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsThe Early Signs Of Heart Failure. Search Acute Heart Failure TreatmentHeart Failure Treatment | Search AdsUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoSenior Living | Search AdsThe Cost of Senior Living in Rowland Heights Might Surprise YouSenior Living | Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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