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Harbhajan Singh is slowly getting his touch back

first_imgWhile the Indian cricket team was getting thrashed Down Under, one star player, who till the tour of England was an integral member of it, was concentrating on sharpening his skills in the domestic tournaments.Sidelined by injuries and poor form, Harbhajan Singh led Punjab in the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Success, however, kept waiting as India’s fifth highest wicket taker (255) in ODIs could only get two wickets in five matches.Against Maharashtra on Monday, however, Bhajji was in his element as he scalped three wickets and played a crucial knock of 79 to take his team to the quarter-finals.Harbhajan, who got the man-of-the-match award for his effort, expressed his satisfaction that finally the hard work that he put in at the National Cricket Academy nets in Bangalore was bearing fruits.”I am satisfied by the way things have gone forward. I am totally fit now and have played five consecutive matches,” Harbhajan said. “Whatever hard work I had put in at the NCA has improved my game. My body positioning has improved. Earlier, due to injury there was stiffness in my body but it’s no more there.”And all these positive developments have only bolstered the 31-year-old off-spinner’s eagerness to return to the national team. “I can’t wait to be there. Everyone wants to play for India and, God willing, if I keep performing like this, I will very soon join the national team,” he said.Harbhajan last played in India colours in a Test match against England in Nottingham last year and managed just one wicket. After that a stomach muscle pull as well as poor form cost him his place in the India team.advertisementBut for now it is a thing of past and Harbhajan is only looking forward to bowl with confidence. “After the stomach pull, I had a shin injury that kept me off the field for some more time,” he said.”But now I am looking forward to bowl in good rhythm. Due to injury there was stiffness in the body, but it has all gone.”He added that the road to success will come through this way only. “I have to keep bowling well regularly with better positioning,” Harbhajan said. “I have taken so many wickets for India in the last 10-11 years with my technique and it’s still present in me.”On his long-time teammate Yuvraj Singh, who is undergoing treatment for cancer in the US, Harbhajan said that he is constant touch with him. “He is like my brother and things are going well there. Hopefully, he will return stronger after getting well,” Harbhajan said.Better facilitiesHarbhajan reiterated his stand that the players should get proper playing conditions in the domestic tournaments. He had earlier said Palam ground, where Punjab have played the Vijay Hazare Trophy matches, was not good enough. “Some of our players and also one of the wicketkeepers got injured during training due to uneven bounce in the field. This should not be the case. If players get good conditions in domestic matches, it will help them to adjust to the conditions at the international level.”last_img read more

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Watch: Eden Hazard scores a beauty as he opens his account for Real Madrid

first_imgAdvertisementEden Hazard has been one of the best players in the world in the last 7 years and undoubtedly so. His 120mil + bonuses deal has seen him move to Real Madrid to fulfill his dream of playing for Madrid. The Los Blancos fans were buzzing to see him in action and his first goal for the club has made the fans raring for the season to start.There was one reason for concern over the phenomenal Belgian – he came back to preseason with 7 kgs more.Ladies and gentleman, Eden Hazard has officially arrived. What a goal.— Xav Salazar (@XavsFutbol) August 7, 2019But Hazard’s former Chelsea teammate Cesc Fabregas has defended his physical condition.“They talk a lot about his weight. It seems like people haven’t seen the Premier League for the last seven years,” he said. “Maybe in pre-season things are a bit harder but you have to give him time, not just for his physical state but because he has to adapt to a new philosophy, another type of play, other pressures.“Madrid and Barca have pressures of all kinds and I think he didn’t even know. I’m sure Eden will do well, because he’s a crack and I have no doubts about him.”Real Madrid play AS Roma on Sunday before beginning their league campaign away at Celta Vigo on August 17.Advertisementlast_img read more

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‘Verratti is the best midfielder in France’

first_imgMarco Verratti is the finest midfielder in Ligue 1, according to Nice star Adrien Tameze, while FIFA Best winner Luka Modric sets the standard in the global game.There are plenty of creative and combative performers currently starring on a world stage, with that talent spread across the most competitive divisions in European football.Modric has seen his efforts recognised by one of the most prestigious individual prizes, with the Croatia international have enjoyed a memorable 2018 with club and country. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! He has been showered with praise from fellow players and pundits, with Tameze happy to admit that he is part of the Real Madrid playmaker’s fan club.The 24-year-old is also an admirer of Paris Saint-Germain star Verratti, with their paths set to cross in the French top-flight on Saturday.Tameze told Goal on the midfield rivals he looks up to: “The player who impresses me the most is Luka Modric. “That’s not very original as he was voted the best FIFA player but it’s him that impresses me the most in the middle. “I watch a lot of football and of course I try to learn from all of the good players in my position. In France, the best is Verratti.”Tameze is set to line up against PSG with the reigning Ligue 1 champions seeking to secure an eighth successive victory at the start of the 2018-19 campaign.The size of the challenge facing Nice is not lost on any of those preparing to go into battle, but there is a belief that they can be the ones to halt an historic run.Adrien Tameze“They must lose one day! Or at least draw,” said Tameze.“That’s going to be the challenge, being the first team to stop them from taking three points. “I don’t think they are as good collectively as they have been in recent years but I am still getting my legs ready because what is certain is that we will have run a lot against them.”Patrick Vieira is the man trying to plot PSG’s demise, with the former Arsenal and Juventus star back in his homeland in a first European managerial post.The World Cup winner cut his teeth in MLS with New York City and Tameze believes he has the makings of a top coach.“He is very close to his players,” said a versatile performer who can operate for Nice in both midfield and defence.“I really like this kind of coach who takes the opportunity to talk with everybody. “He is both a leader and a coach focused on tactics. I cannot really say if he will go more one way than the other in the future. “He is a good tactician who has specific ideas about what he wants to do and is a leader of men who can talk and connect with everyone.”last_img read more

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Environmental Entrepreneurs: Ouro Verde Brings Green Business to the Amazon

first_imgEnvironmental Benefits and Solid ProfitsOuro Verde estimates that it has already protected 1.3 million hectares of Amazonian forest. Laranja hopes that this number will grow as his company does, proving it can create both environmental benefits and solid profits. “When I first got involved in the environmental movement thirty years ago, everyone thought I was crazy,” he says. “No one had ever heard of sustainable development then. And when I started my company, it was just a crazy idea.” Now, rates of deforestation in Brazil are decreasing each year, aided by the efforts of Brazilian environmental entrepreneurs such as Luis Laranja.Luis Laranja will be attending the New Ventures Global Investor Forum: Green Opportunities in Tomorrow’s Markets in New York City on April 6 along with five other innovative New Ventures environmental entrepreneurs. Whether you are looking for a potential investment deal or hope to be inspired by the power of entrepreneurship to help solve our environmental challenges, join us for the Global Investor Forum. Visit our website for more information and registration information.Special thanks to all of our event sponsors and in particular our Gold Sponsors Alcoa Foundation and Fundación AVINA. I really believe that what we have to use to preserve the forests is the market. If the forest does not provide money for the people, it will be impossible to save it.—Luis Laranja Ouro Verde also provides training to those involved in Brazil nut collection to help improve collection, storage, and transportation, ensuring the company receives premium quality and suppliers receive a premium price. Thanks to its practices, the company earned organic certification for its entire product line from Ecocert Brasil, including certificates that address the specific requirements of the Brazilian, European and American markets.The economic value provided by Brazil nut trees also protects the surrounding trees. Brazil nut trees produce at their highest levels when they live in healthy, primary forests. Therefore, nut collectors are incentivized to protect entire forests surrounding Brazil nut trees in order to access the largest, best-quality crops.Investment for ExpansionBrazil nut trees produce at their highest levels when they live in healthy, primary forests. Photo credit: Ouro Verde Ouro Verde’s success so far has led the company to explore relationships with new communities and consider expanding its operations to other products, such as the acai berry. It currently cannot fill all of the orders it receives, meaning expansion at some level is necessary. “If I had double the amount of nuts we have today, I would sell them easily,” says Laranja. He currently supplies nuts to large Brazilian chains such as Wal-Mart Brazil, Zaffari and Bunge, but says he frequently receives large order requests from international customers that he cannot accommodate.In order to expand, Ouro Verde needs investment to improve the capacity of its factory and process more raw products. The company has received investment from within Brazil, but is ready to receive additional investment from beyond its home country. Luis will travel to New York City in April for the New Ventures Global Investor Forum, where he will have the opportunity to present Ouro Verde’s business model to a group of international investors.Luis Laranja The Brazil Nut Business ModelLaranja’s company is transforming the living rainforest into a source of income for Mato Grosso’s rural residents. “I really believe that what we have to use to preserve the forests is the market,” he says. “If the forest does not provide money for the people, it will be impossible to save it.”Ouro Verde creates special relationships with local indigenous and small holder farmer communities that collect and supply Brazil nuts. By eliminating the high profit margin “middle man” between the company and local suppliers, Ouro Verde can pay its suppliers fair wages and thus make the living forest more valuable than lumber exploitation or landclearing. A company sourcing Brazil nuts creates both environmental benefits and solid profits.The Brazilian state of Mato Grosso (“tall trees”) is named for the majestic Amazonian rainforests that cover its northern sections. Mato Grosso, however, has one of the highest rates of deforestation in Brazil.Brazilian entrepreneur Luis Laranja believes that the state’s Brazil nut trees, combined with the power of small business, can help stop this deforestation. Laranja, a longtime environmental activist, left his job as a professor eight years ago and moved to the Amazon rainforest to start Ouro Verde, a sustainable Brazil nut company. Ouro Verde buys, processes and sells high-quality Brazil nuts and products, including Brazil nut meal, extra virgin oil, and butter. Read more profiles of Environmental Entrepreneurs:Ouro Verde Brings Green Business to the AmazonIndia’s Husk Power Systems Converts Rice Husks into EnergyChina’s Ecostar Puts Used Copy Machines Back to WorkMexico’s AliBio Harnesses the Power of MicrobesBeijing Sinen En-Tech Saves Water with Steam RecyclingMexico’s ‘Échale a Tu Casa’ Builds Green Houses for Low-Income Familieslast_img read more

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BMW i3S: Living with an electric car

first_imgBMW i3S: Living with an electric carWith a lot of talk veering towards electrification these days, Yogendra Pratap spends about a month with one of the very best of them, in the form of the BMW i3s. Not only do we drive it in the city but also take it for an inter-city drive, putting the range of the city car to the extreme test.advertisement Next Yogendra Pratap New DelhiMay 13, 2019UPDATED: May 13, 2019 17:06 IST BMW i3s is yet to be launched in India but the company is ready to do so when the conditions are right and there is demand in the market for electric cars.HIGHLIGHTSThe first thing that catches our eye is the green number plate of the i3sThe BMW i3s has range enough to do the office commute ten times over and still have range to spare.For the daily office commute and the occasional work trip from office, the BMW i3s is more than adequate.We have driven a number of electric cars over the years. Very few in India – actually just the one and its derivatives over the years in India and a wide variety of electric cars overseas. So when we got the opportunity to not only do a test drive of another electric car but also live with it, experience and use it for wide ranging commuting requirements, we grabbed the opportunity with both hands. We are no strangers to the electric city car from BMW but wanted to try it out in the routine driving that one does with city cars in India.Now we are no strangers to the BMW i cars and also to the i3. We drove it in Amsterdam when it was first launched and then drove it in Europe again when it was given a mid-life face-lift and the i3s was launched. The car is yet to be launched in India but BMW is ready to do so when the conditions are right and there is demand in the market for electric cars, sufficient infrastructure for them and a government policy that is conducive to the adoption of electric cars. So we are no strangers to the electric city car from BMW but wanted to try it out in the routine driving that one does with city cars in India – the daily office commute followed by the weekend shopping trips around the Delhi NCR region including a quick excursion to a nearby suburb and the occasional family trip to the nearby hill resorts.advertisement The neat uncluttered cabin of the BMW i3s with plenty of practical storage spaces and nice wood finish.The first thing that catches our eye is the green number plate of the i3s as we park it in the office basement parking area. That we discover is standard for all electric vehicles or BOVs, the official term for electric vehicles in the eyes of the registering authority. The next is to ensure that the car is recharged and ready to go in the evening, and for that we have to install electricity sockets in our parking area and we plug the car in to charge – which by itself creates a spectacle that draws all the bystanders – as the surround light grows blue and finally green as the car is fully charged. High seating position and great visibility up front coupled with a very agile set-up and direct steering make for a very suitable car for Indian roads.The daily office commutes are a breeze as the distance is not too much. Even if it were, the i3s has range enough to do the office commute ten times over and still have range to spare. What is interesting is the difference the driving modes make to the range. What we see is that the top speed gets limited and some comfort features become unavailable and we would realize the big importance of both as we discover more about the secrets of electric cars. The start-stop button on the stalk with the drive selector knob.This is a city car with a unique setup that seats four people in a lounge style layout and despite being just about 4m long there is plenty of space on the inside. The layout is clean and uncluttered and the material used tells you that this is a green car as much of the trim is from recycled materials. Of course the iDrive is there as are many of the other BMW design cues, both on the inside and outside but we have already described the car during the first drive so we will skip to living with the car. But before going there, driving the car always takes you by surprise. The overwhelming acceleration with the entire torque available from the word go translates into an exhilarating drive experience and the i3s with wider tyres and extra grip is able to handle the torque well besides going into corners more like a sports car than a city commuter. iDrive as always on a BMW.To start off with we installed 15A normal wall sockets in our parking and decided that the car would be charged during office hours.For the daily office commute and the occasional work trip from office, the i3s is more than adequate. First few days we were charging the car every day and then every other day and then as and when required. It does take close to 12 hours to get fully charged using this socket but we were never in a situation where we were charging the car from empty. So we usually had more than 50 per cent of the battery remaining when we were putting it on charge. The range available usually depended on how the car had been previously driven but the pictures on the previous spread illustrate the indicative average range – starting from 228km in Comfort mode to 243km in Eco Pro plus mode.advertisement Door trim made from recycled material.Over the weekend we decided to put the car to good use and went to Gurugram from Noida, drove it around the southern suburb of Delhi before returning to Noida with over 100km on the clock. The next day we again took the car out shopping and when we got back to office on Monday morning, the car had been driven for over 150km and still had a range of 90km in the most economical mode. What we were beginning to realise was that the best range would be on slow driving and the crawling traffic on the way to Gurugram in fact helped maximise the range and if we had driven similarly, we would have logged on nearly 250km. 20in wheels on a small city commuter? Just great!However, when we started for our inter-city drive to demonstrate the capability of the car we started off with a range of less than 200km despite a full charge and that was because the vehicle had been driven all over Delhi NCR for photography, and without any doubt, at a rapid rate. And when we drove as we would normally on Indian highways, overtaking slow moving commercial traffic but at a rapid rate to not be involved in the procedure for any significant amount of time. eDrive not only displays all the information of the usage of energy but also analyses the driving patterns.By the time we got to our midway charging station, we had barely enough range to go another 50km. That meant a lengthy early lunch break as we let the car charge for just over 4 hours to get enough range to get to Dehradun. A small 260-litre boot just over the drivetrain.On reaching Dehradun we put the car on charge and went for a shoot early next morning with the battery again at 100 per cent charge and discovered to our horror that the range was below 200km. We soon found that the range was showing very low was due to the heating being turned on in the car as the temperatures outside were much below the 22 deg C that we had set in the car. As soon as we switched off heating the range rose by over 50km. The surprisingly spacious cabin but access to the rear is through small suicide doors that can only be opened with the respective front door open.After photography and putting on a full charge we headed back to Delhi but this time driving sedately at about 70kmph and lo behold, the range kept increasing so much that we could have made it to Delhi, about 240km away in a single charge. However to be on the safe side we charged the car at the midway point for about an hour and then heavy traffic getting into Delhi meant that we arrived back in office without using up the entire charge. In fact we had about 50km of further range left. Moral of the story is that the range of electric city cars is directly dependant on speed, and even a city car like the i3s can be used for the occasional outstation trip.advertisementALSO READ | 2019 Hero Maestro Edge 125 bookings to open on May 16; Hero Pleasure+ 110 can be booked from June first weekALSO READ | Hero Maestro Edge 125, Hero Pleasure Plus 110 launched in India; price range starts at 47,300ALSO READ | 2019 Bajaj Avenger Street 160 launched in India, price starts at Rs 82,253Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. 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Junior Mayor Wants Jamaicans to Invest More in Health and Wellness

first_img The first two herb and wellness gardens she hopes to establish as Junior Mayor will be at her alma mater, Bridgeport Primary School; and her current school, The Cedar Grove Academy. “I also plan to paint the Bridgeport Primary School,” she said. Recently appointed Junior Mayor for the Portmore Municipality, Sherissa Pinnock, is advocating for Jamaicans to invest more in health, wellness and herb gardening, which she believes will allow persons to live longer and healthier lives.It is for this reason, Sherissa, a 15-year-old student of The Cedar Grove Academy, in Portmore, St. Catherine, wants to start herb and wellness gardens in schools with some of the $500,000 funding she will get to undertake projects to uplift the Portmore Municipality as Junior Mayor.“I believe it [herb gardening] will bring people together when they plant, to engage in agriculture and watch it flourish. I do agriculture at my school, so we learnt a little on that, and I plan to get some more experience and some more advice on how to do that,” Sherissa told JIS News, after calling on Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, at Jamaica House, along with other Junior Mayors from across the island, recently.The first two herb and wellness gardens she hopes to establish as Junior Mayor will be at her alma mater, Bridgeport Primary School; and her current school, The Cedar Grove Academy. “I also plan to paint the Bridgeport Primary School,” she said.In addition to her plans for Bridgeport Primary, she is also exploring ways to assist in other areas.Sherissa was born with the birth defect called Amelia (absence of one or more limbs), which affects her left arm. Despite this challenge, Sherissa is determined to achieve greatness.She told JIS News that persons who are born with Amelia are oftentimes discouraged from engaging in youth leadership positions, as they are teased; but she is not daunted.Sherissa said her situation has encouraged her to achieve, just as others her age who are blessed with having both hands and all 10 fingers.“Fortunately, I have never gone through any major setback in my life, apart from my arm. Other than that, I have been having a good life,” she said.Sherissa said she is always supported by her parents, Wilbo and Jacqueline Pinnock, and her sister, Sahara Pinnock.The Junior Mayor said her goal is to make a major difference in Portmore, and she strongly believes she has the ability to do so.“I realise that I could influence a lot of people and a lot of my peers, and I heard about the project [of becoming Junior Mayor]. I thought that it would be a good idea, and I think it would really give me a lot of experience,” Sherissa told JIS News, as she gave her reason for applying to become the Junior Mayor of the Portmore Municipality.Given the new perspective life has introduced to her from being appointed Junior Mayor, Sherissa, who is a grade-10 student on the verge of sitting the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination, is a little uncertain of the career she intends to pursue.“Nothing is set in stone… . I am looking at becoming an actuary or doing something in the economics field,” she said.Sherissa was the top girl at her alma mater for the Grade Six Achievement Test [GSAT], and she is among the top performers at her current school. Story Highlights Sherissa was born with the birth defect called Amelia (absence of one or more limbs), which affects her left arm. Despite this challenge, Sherissa is determined to achieve greatness. Recently appointed Junior Mayor for the Portmore Municipality, Sherissa Pinnock, is advocating for Jamaicans to invest more in health, wellness and herb gardening, which she believes will allow persons to live longer and healthier lives.last_img read more

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Microfinance industry grew 429 in Q1FY20

first_imgNew Delhi: The microfinance industry witnessed a 42.9 per cent growth in first quarter of 2019-20 over the corresponding period last year with the total loan portfolio at Rs 1,90,684 crore as on June 30, 2019, Microfinance Institutions Network (MFIN) said in a report. The total number of microfinance loan accounts stood at 9.27 crore in April-June quarter of financial year 2019-20 (as on June 30, 2019) as compared to 6.68 crore accounts in April-June quarter of financial year 2018-19, MFIN, a RBI recognised self-regulatory organisation and industry association of the microfinance industry in India, said in its 30th issue of its Micrometer report. “The entire microfinance industry has witnessed a growth of 42.9 per cent in Q1 FY 2019-20 over Q1 FY 2018-19 with the total loan portfolio (GLP) at Rs 1,90,684 crore as on June 30, 2019,” it said. As per the report, banks hold the largest share of portfolio in micro-credit with total loan outstanding of Rs 78,060 crore, which is 40.9 per cent of the total micro-credit universe.last_img read more

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Flooding begins in Mozambique in wake of Cyclone Kenneth

first_imgPemba (Mozambique): Flooding began on Sunday in parts of northern Mozambique that were hit by Cyclone Kenneth three days ago. The government has urged many people to immediately seek higher ground, with hundreds of thousands of people at risk. Authorities have said at least five people died after the storm arrived Thursday evening with the force of a Category 4 hurricane, stunning residents of a region where a cyclone had not been recorded in the modern era. Kenneth came just six weeks after Cyclone Idai ripped into central Mozambique and killed more than 600 people. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: Report The remnants of Kenneth could dump twice as much rain as Idai did, the UN World Program has said. It was the flooding after Idai that caused most of the deaths. Heavy rain was falling in the main city of Pemba, which had lost power. As much as 250 millimeters (9 inches) of torrential rain, or about a quarter of the average annual rainfall for the region, is forecast over the next few days. Nearly 700,000 people could be at risk in the largely rural region, many left exposed and hungry as waters rise. Some rivers in the region have burst their banks in the past, notably in 2000. Also Read – Iraq military admits ‘excessive force’ used in deadly protests With streets nearly deserted in Pemba, a few braved the pouring rain. One woman held a plastic dish over her head, negotiating a flooded street. “I have never seen such rains in my life, this doesn’t happen in Pemba. The storms we sometimes have, but such rains, never,” said a 35-year old resident, Michael Fernando. Aerial photos taken on Saturday showed several coastal communities flattened by the storm in Mozambique’s northernmost Cabo Delgado province. “Not a single house is standing anymore,” Saviano Abreu, a spokesman with the UN humanitarian agency, told reporters after the aerial assessment. With many houses built of mud, wooden poles and metal roofs destroyed, families have begun wading through rising waters to what they hope are safer areas or huddling under impromptu shelters. This was the first time in recorded history that the southern African nation has been hit by two cyclones in one season, again raising concerns about climate change. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has reported heavy damage to Cabo Delgado province, with the communities of Macomia, Quissanga and Mocimboa da Praia of highest concern. About 3,500 homes in parts of Cabo Delgado were partially or fully destroyed by the cyclone, with electricity cut, some roads blocked and at least one key bridge collapsed. Some schools and health centers were damaged.last_img read more

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Flights delayed at city airport as Internet server goes down

first_imgKolkata/ New Delhi: Around 25 flights have been delayed at Kolkata airport as its Internet server has gone down since 5.30 pm on Monday, a senior official of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) said. The airlines, therefore, have been issuing boarding passes manually since 5.30 pm, the official added. The Airports Authority of India owns and manages more than 100 airports — including the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata — across the country. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”The Internet server has been down since 5.30 pm and it is likely to start working from 10.30 pm today (Monday). Around 25 flights have been delayed in between 5.30 pm and 9 pm by an average time of 20-25 minutes,” said the Airports Authority of India official. The official added that the IT team of the Airports Authority of India is working diligently to resolve the issue at the earliest. “The Local Area Network (LAN) connection somehow got disconnected. Due to the technical snag flight operations have been delayed and as issuing of boarding passes and other formalities are being done manually. Our engineers are working to fix the problem soon,” said Kaushik Bhattacharya, Director of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport, Kolkata.last_img read more

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Bourita Calls on Union for Mediterranean to End Deaths at Sea

Rabat – Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita has called on the Union for the Mediterranean (UFM) to reform and rehabilitate for political dialogue and conciliation.Bourita gave the remarks at the 3rd UFM regional forumThe minister addressed security issues in the region which undermine stability and collective security, including migration. He added that the institution needs to deal with migration so that the Mediterranean Sea is no longer a deadly graveyard surrounded by “discriminatory borders.”Among the missions of the union is enhancing regional cooperation and dialogue to achieve stability, human development, and integration.The intergovernmental Euro-Mediterranean organization convenes 28 countries of the EU and 15 countries of the southern and eastern Mediterranean shores.To achieve its missions, the minister said that the organization must regain its place.“It should embody co-responsibility, welcome co-decision, generate co-ownership and, above all, mobilize the necessary funds, in partnership with the European Commission, the European Investment Bank or other bilateral and international financing institutions,” he said.He added that the organization has to combine both political and technical aspects, provided that the objective is a deep and operational north-south partnership, capable of supporting an end to the migration crisis. read more

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Intellectual property pact with UN aims to boost Ghanas economic development

8 May 2008A new agreement signed between the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and Ghana aims to boost the West African nation’s economic development and bolster its standing with the international business community. WIPO Director General Dr. Kamil Idris welcomed the development, saying it “marked a new chapter” in the agency’s cooperation with Ghana. The Intellectual Property Development Plan “offered a comprehensive and coherent approach to establishing a robust intellectual property framework that will support the country’s development objectives,” he added. The Plan is “timely as Ghana is at the dawn of its economic take-off,” the country’s Attorney General and Justice Minister, Joe Ghartey, said following the signing. He added that progress in administrative reform “was boosting his country’s standing within the international business community.” The Development Plan seeks to establish a better system for users of intellectual property rights – such as universities, small- and medium-sized enterprises, chambers of commerce and industry, research and development institutions, the judiciary, and copyright organizations – and aims to make sure they have the technical capacity to use the system. It also promotes the development of creative industries, electronic commerce and agriculture. read more

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Peaky Blinders tailor tracks down Bentley vandal on social media after teenager

Mr Pendlebury's late father James clothed some of the city's best known celebrities, including Alex Ferguson and Noel Gallagher, after setting up James Personal Tailor and Son in 1973 Mr Pendlebury referred Simmons' Instagram and Facebook accounts to police, who later visited the teenager after assessing the images - which have since been deleted Staff at a garage where the Bentley was taken said the damage included deep scratches on the bonnet and roof of the car and would cost £3,000 to replace the cracked windscreen. Pictured is the footprints and scratches on the Bentley Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Pictured is the footprints and scratches on the BentleyCredit:Jon/Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd Jack Simmons photographed outside Manchester magistrates court The renowned tailor, who has made suits for Coronation Street actors and Manchester footballers, handed the teenager a bill of £9175 for the damage. Mr Pendlebury senior died in 2015 aged 72 and passed on the business to his son. Mr Pendlebury referred Simmons’ Instagram and Facebook accounts to police, who later visited the teenager after assessing the images – which have since been deletedCredit:Jon/Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd Mr Pendlebury’s late father James clothed some of the city’s best known celebrities, including Alex Ferguson and Noel Gallagher, after setting up James Personal Tailor and Son in 1973Credit:Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd Jack Simmons photographed outside Manchester magistrates courtCredit:Marios K. Forsos/Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd Mr Haseeb Yousaf prosecuting said: “The indication from the victim is that repairs would be £2500 at the cheapest but the figure put before the court £9175 is the cost which would return the car to its condition when purchased. The rear windscreen will cost £3000 due to damage.”Mr Pendlebury’s late father James clothed some of the city’s best known celebrities, including Alex Ferguson and Noel Gallagher, after setting up James Personal Tailor and Son in 1973. JP Alan Greenwood told Simmons: “This was as you quite clearly admit a very reckless act which caused substantial damage to a very expensive motor car.“We believe that adequate time has passed and that evidence could have been substantiated by the CPS in relation to repair costs. We are going to accept the basis of the plea from the defence in its entirety. Quite clearly the CPS’s valuation of £9000+ is obviously grossly unfair on someone of your income.”Simmons was also ordered to complete 160 hours unpaid work as part of a 12 month community order. Michael Pendlebury,  who makes the iconic 1930s suits for Peaky Blinders, pictured with Eric CantonaCredit:Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd The images that Simmons posted to his profile showed him clambering onto the bonnet of the luxury vehicle whilst dressed in his converse trainers before standing on the roof.Mr Pendlebury referred Simmons’ Instagram and Facebook accounts to police, who later visited the teenager after assessing the images – which have since been deleted. The tailor employed to dress the Peaky Blinders cast has tracked down the teenager who vandalised his family’s Bentley on social media, after the culprit posted selfies sat on its car roof.Michael Pendlebury, who makes the iconic 1930s suits for the BBC crime show, began the search the day after he discovered his late father’s black Flying Spur trampled on in a car park, with its rear screen cracked.The businessman noticed the damaged vehicle, which he had locked inside a parking facility near to his boutique tailor in Manchester city centre earlier that day, on his way home from work on March 8 last year.But instead of contacting the police, the 37-year-old decided to locate the vandal himself by logging onto Instagram and using the car park’s ‘location tag’ and searching ‘Bentley’ to refine the results.He quickly found the incriminating selfies of Jack Simmons, a jobless 18-year-old skater from Manchester. At Manchester magistrates court,  Simmons admitted criminal damage but escaped with an order to pay £500 compensation after his defence lawyers claimed the cost of the damage was closer to £2,000 and argued the case might not be disputed if it was a “lower value car”.In mitigation defence lawyer Patrick O’Hanlon said: “The difference between the valuation put forward by the victim and what the defendant says he could’ve caused is a world away from each other.“He clearly recognises they were foolhardy actions. He does have an appreciation of the impact his actions had on the victim. If we were dealing with a low value car, would we be in this situation? I think not.” Michael Pendlebury,  who makes the iconic 1930s suits for Peaky Blinders, pictured with Eric Cantona read more

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Alaska News Nightly December 18 2014

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioUnknown Oily Sheen off Shishmaref Coast Returns Matthew Smith, KNOM – NomeA mysterious oily sheen found along the northeast coast of Shishmaref this summer has returned.Governor Walker Shares Upbeat Message With Fairbanks Dan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksGovernor Bill Walker is striking an optimistic tone despite tanking oil prices that are reducing state revenue.  Speaking to the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, Walker pointed to opportunity.Scientists ID Two Bat Species Never Before Seen In Alaska Josh Edge, APRN – AnchorageScientists are in a race to learn as much as they can about bats in Alaska. And that race has led to the discovery of two species previously unknown in the state.  The Hoary bat and the Yuma bat were both found in Southeast Alaska.Court Decision Allows Tribes To Apply For Lands To Be Placed In Trust Lori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageTribes in Alaska are celebrating a decision that allows them to apply for lands to be placed into trust status with the federal government.Tulsequah Mine Study Outlines Taku River Barging Casey Kelly, KTOO – JuneauChieftain Metals has released new details on its plan to barge supplies and minerals to and from the Tulsequah Chief Mine, up the Taku River south of Juneau.DEC Reaches Diesel Spill Site Along Dalton Highway Tim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksThe state Department of Environmental Conservation has accessed a remote spot along the Dalton Highway where a fuel tanker wrecked and overturned Sunday night, spilling 1,200 gallons of diesel. The spill and resulting fire occurred near the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.Fall Brown Bear Hunts Proposed Near Petersburg Angela Denning, KFSK – PetersburgSome Petersburg residents would like to see a fall brown bear hunt in Unit 3 near Petersburg.Sealaska Heritage Institute Begins Move into Walter Soboleff Center Lisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauSealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau started moving into its new home this week.Charities Help Fill Void From Santa’s Clearing House During Holiday Season Heather Penn, KUAC – FairbanksCharity organization’s like Love Inc. and the Salvation Army are providing gifts for Fairbanks kids whose families were formerly served by Santa’s Clearing House.last_img read more

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Delhi has no credible evidence if BNP changes India policy

first_imgThree senior BNP leaders – standing committee member Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury, vice chairman Abdul Awal Mintoo and its international affairs secretary Humayan Kabir — recently visited Delhi.Following a reported visit of three leaders of Bangladesh Nationalist Party to India recently, there are discussions in different forums on whether the opposition party is changing its policy towards India.However, India does not see any “credible proof” for any clear shift in the BNP’s policy towards New Delhi, sources in the Indian establishment said.India’s external affairs ministry is not even sure whether three leaders had backing from the party high-ups, the sources told this correspondent.The ministry has learned that some of the top BNP leaders were surprised at the news of the visit.And without credible evidence, there is no reason for India to change its attitude towards the BNP, a source in the external affairs ministry said.India is closely watching whether the BNP takes part in the next general elections, especially if the party dumps its alliance partner Jamaat-e-Islami. None from the ministry spoke formally about this but sources there said Delhi will also look at the role of the BNP in dealing with religious fundamentalists.One such source told Prothom Alo that based on some published news reports, the officials found a few points to be noted: First, the visit was arranged mainly on the BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman’s initiative; second, it was reported that Tarique said their previous “hostile” police attitude towards India was “wrong and misguided’; third, the BNP has so far failed to prove that it means it when its leaders say they want to change their India policy; fourth, the senior BNP leaders did not give any clear idea whether it is leaving Jamaat.For the external affairs ministry, it is difficult to get credible proof about the BNP’s narrative.Three senior BNP leaders – standing committee member Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury, vice chairman Abdul Awal Mintoo and its international affairs secretary Humayan Kabir — recently visited Delhi.They spoke to the officials of India-based organisations that are considered as think-tanks. Among the organisations are Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Observer Research Foundation, Vivekananda International Foundation and Institute for Defence Studies. They also gave an interview to an Indian national daily newspaper.According to different news reports, the BNP leaders wanted to persuade the Indian think-tanks and policymakers that the attitude the party had during its tenure was “wrong and foolish” and the party wants to amend the policy and build relations in a new way, which will be based on mutual trust and respect.The senior leaders wanted to convince them that they went to India on Tarique Rahman’s instruction and Tarique wants to begin relations with fresh outlook leaving behind the mindset of the 1980s and the 1990s. The senior BNP leaders gave them message that India shoud support Bangladesh’s democracy in its own interest, and should not back a single political party.Analysts who have knowledge of Bangladesh think the BNP has to go a long way to win India’s heart as India does not have good experience when the BNP was in power.Former Indian high commissioner to Bangladesh Veena Sikri told Prothom Alo on Thursday that the relations India now has with the Awami League have not been established overnight. It has a history, she said adding that during the AL’s tenure, India and Bangladesh advanced on all fronts. She observed that such trust or reliability was not there during the BNP’s tenure.Veena Sikri, however, claimed that the people of Bangladesh would decide about their elections and that India has never had any role in any country’s election and will not have any in the future.Another former high commission Dev Mukherjee said that it is good news that the BNP wants to amend their mistakes of the 1980s and the 1990s. But, he said, Tarique Rahman himself made similar assurance before 2001 and later fooled India.He also claimed that India always upholds the spirit of democracy and that the people of Bangladesh would vote in the elections. He expressed his expectations that that the election in Bagladesh would be free, fair and credible and every one would participate.* This report, originally published in Prothom Alo Bangla version, has been rewritten in English by Mushfique Wadud.last_img read more

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Ivanka announces closure of her fashion brand

first_imgIvanka Trump announced Tuesday that she was closing her eponymous fashion brand, following a firestorm of criticism about potential conflicts of interests and flagging sales fuelled by a political backlash.The 36-year-old, who has been frequently photographed stepping out of her Washington villa wearing shoes from her namesake label, stepped away from the company in 2017 before moving to Washington to work as an advisor to her father, President Donald Trump.While the clothing, footwear and accessories brand experienced a surge in sales in 2016, the year that Trump won the presidency, the label suffered a backlash after he took office, and had been axed by a growing number of retail chains.The mother-of-three, who with husband Jared Kushner made at least $82 million last year, is unpaid for her White House work but has faced sustained criticism about possible conflicts of interest with her business.In January 2017, she announced before moving to Washington that she was stepping down from the family real estate firm, The Trump Organization, and from actively managing her brand, which was placed into a trust.As first daughter, she has travelled overseas representing her father, attended meetings with visiting heads of state and travelled domestically, fueling speculation that she may harbor future political ambitions of her own.“After 17 months in Washington, I do not know when or if I will ever return to the business, but I do know that my focus for the foreseeable future will be the work I am doing here in Washington,” she said in a statement.“So making this decision now is the only fair outcome for my team and partners.”The first daughter said “no one could have predicted the success” the brand would achieve when it launched, and that she was “beyond grateful” for her “incredible team who has inspired so many women.”“While we will not continue our mission together, I know that each of them will thrive in their next chapter,” she added.‘Very difficult’Last year, US department stores Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus both dropped her line, citing slow sales after political opponents of the Trumps called for a boycott on stores doing business with the first family.Earlier this month, Canadian retailer Hudson’s Bay-whose holdings include US retailers Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor-phased out the brand.Abigail Klem, president of the Ivanka Trump brand, said Tuesday she knew that the decision had been a “very difficult” one for the first daughter.“I am very grateful for the opportunity to have led such a talented and committed team. When faced with the most unique circumstances, the team displayed strength and optimism,” she said in a statement.Ivanka, who is a former model, launched a jewelry line in 2007, before branching out into shoes, handbags and ultimately clothes.In 2016, the year that she was hitting the campaign trail hard on her father’s behalf, the company expanded into denim, activewear and baby bedding.But in 2017, the brand ended talks on a distribution deal with Sanei International to bring the brand to Japan, which insiders attributed to ethics recommendations and an attempt to avoid any appearance of conflict of interest.Ivanka named Klem president of the label when she stepped away that same year.Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail, said the closure reflected the lack of time Trump devoted to a label seen as an extension of her personal brand, and the political challenges that the company faced.“Views on the brand have become highly polarized and it has become a lightning rod for protests and boycotts,” he said, though he did not rule out a comeback.“While the brand will disappear in the short term, the copyrights and intellectual property will be retained. This means a future relaunch is possible,” he said. In this file photo taken on 7 May 2018, Ivanka Trump arrives for an event with First Lady Melania Trump to launch initiatives for Be Best, which includes the well-being of children, at the White House in Washington, DC. Photo: AFPlast_img read more

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For now BrazilArgentina mad Kolkata heaves a sigh of relief

first_imgKolkata: Football-drunk Kolkata is upbeat and relieved with Brazil following Argentina into the pre-quarter finals after a shaky start in the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.Since 1977, when city football giants Mohun Bagan hosted Pele’s New York Cosmos at the iconic Eden Gardens, Brazil has always found a home here.That changed in 1986 when Diego Maradona’s virtuoso displays helped Argentina win the World Cup and polarised supporters in the city.Over the past three decades, during every edition of the World Cup, the green and yellow of Brazil and white and blue of Argentina are seen fluttering in great numbers in the eastern metropolis, and every locality has its own allegiance.This time, both Lionel Messi’s Argentina and Neymar da Silva’s Brazil got off to stuttering starts, drawing their opening matches. But both teams put up improved shows in their subsequent two games, to make it to the knockouts.”The passion for the sport here would have been killed a little for sure had either of these two teams not made it to the round of 16,” former India striker Shyam Thapa said.”I remember when Pele had come here in 1977, how the football crazy people of Kolkata had welcomed him, and since then Brazil found a second home here. Maradona then mesmerised audiences here with his superb show in the Mexico World Cup in 1986,” he added.Every street in the city virtually has a Brazil or Argentina flag hanging from terraces or cables. And if you spot a Brazil flag, Argentina won’t be far away. Crackers were burst in the busy streets of Baghajatin and Deshapriya Park in South Kolkata after Messi scored that majestic first goal against Nigeria on Tuesday night. There were parades after Rojo scored the winner as Nigeria had equalised from the spot in the second half. Argentina also needed Croatia to win against Iceland and the former did score a 2-1 triumph to top Group D. “We don’t know what we would have done had we crashed out in the group stages. I am on my way to Russia and will watch Argentina versus France now,” Uttam Saha, the 56-year-old Argentina Football Fan Club secretary, said.”But since I have already spent so much I anyway would have had to go even if we did not make the cut. I would have then gone to Russia with some hidden tears in my eyes,” he added. The next day, Neymar’s Brazil had to avoid defeat in order to stay in the competition they have won a record five times. Paulinho and Thiago Silva scored goals against Serbia in each half to ensure their passage into the round of 16, and supporters say they could not wait for the final whistle to hit back at Argentina counterparts’ taunts after their newfound confidence. “They qualified by the skin of their teeth. The team is full of problems and they point fingers at us. We have been consistent and are peaking at the right time,” a supporter of a Brazil fan club in North Kolkata’s Girish Park said.”After the game yesterday, we had a big altercation with the Argentina fans and it went on till dawn,” he added.Defending champions Germany, who also have their support base here, though on a much smaller scale, were knocked out on Wednesday after losing 0-2 to South Korea.While their flags are being taken down at many places across the city, Brazil and Argentina colours are flying high, not crossing each other’s paths but staying in close proximity.last_img read more

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Colin tried to give 44yearold Terrell Owens an NFL comeback reality check

first_imgTerrell Owens was recently elected to in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the 44-year-old, 6-time Pro Bowler, still hasn’t given up on playing in the NFL again. He joined The Herd today and went back and forth with Colin, who tried to crush his comeback dreams with a dose of reality.T.O. wasn’t phased by Colin pointing out that there isn’t exactly a bull market for mid-forties wide receivers with a history of being locker room headaches. Owens claims he still runs a 4.5 40 and offered to let Colin time him to confirm. He clarified that he isn’t looking to be a #1 wideout, but just help teams in specific situations where he feels he can still be effective.Comeback or no comeback, T.O. is till in ridiculous shape, but Colin doesn’t think he should sit around waiting for the phone to ring.“I’m going to fill some seats and move the chains… If you put me on a team that’s on the cusp of getting to the playoffs and making a Super Bowl run, I’m valuable.” — @terrellowens— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) June 5, 2018 Advertisementlast_img read more

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Watch Missing dog rescued from vehicle in Murchison Street

first_imgA missing poodle was rescued from a car in Murchison Street on Friday evening (July 6).The dog is believed to have gone missing from its yard on Thursday night.On Friday evening, a businessman noticed a dog sitting in a parked vehicle in Murchison Street. The businessman contacted the Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL), who immediately went out with the Dog Unit.On arrival, they found the scared dog in the back seat, with all the windows closed and the doors locked.Members of the Dog Unit broke one of the windows to free the dog.The dog was unharmed, and was safely removed and handed back to its rightful owners. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The next day, the owners went to the police station and opened a case of theft.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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