India beat West Indies by 80 runs in their World Cup Group B match at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Sunday. Score | PhotosThey will now play Australia for a place in the semi-finals on Friday. Chasing 269, West Indies were bundled out for 188 in 43 overs with Man-of-the-Match Yuvraj Singh delivering an all-round performance.Yuvraj Singh scored his maiden World Cup ton and finished with figures of 4-0-18-2 to help India win.The West Indies openers Devon Smith and Krik Edwards had batted for a few minutes when R Ashwin justified his inclusion by scalping debutant batsman Edwards. But the off-spinner had to take the help of the review to get his man after umpire had turned down his appeal. Edwards fell for 17 and West Indies lost their first wicket on 34/1 in the 7th over.Post that wicket, the other opener Devon Smith and Darren Bravo put 57 runs for the second wicket before Suresh Raina decided to break their stand in the 17th over. Bravo played an unnecessary pull shot dragging the ball from the off and ended up giving a catch to Harbhajan Singh on 22. West Indies lost their second wicket on 91.However, Smith was still at the crease and he along with Ramnaresh Sarwan went ahead with another timely partnership.Eventually, Zaheer Khan got the better of Smith with his slower ball that pitched on the off and curved in to uproot his off stump. That brought an end to their 63-run partnership and Smith’s innings of 81 runs. The Windies lost their third wicket on 154. Zaheer got the much-needed breakthrough and things started falling in place for India as big-hitter Kieron Pollard too fell. He hooled out on Harbhajan Singh’s ball and ended up getting caught in the deep by Yusuf Pathan on 157/4.advertisementNext the man who performed with the bat and came around to showcase his bowling prowess. Yuvraj Singh claimed Devon Thomas in the 35th over to reduce the opposition to 160/5.Two more wickets — skipper Darreny Sammy and Andre Russell — and the Windies tail was out. And when the tail-enders come to bat things get easy for the bowlers. And they did as India wrapped up the opposition on 188 with seven overs to spare.India innings Yuvraj Singh scored his first World Cup century as India posted 268 after a dismal start that saw Sachin Tendulkar and Gautam Gambhir walk back on partly scores.Ravi Rampaul scalped Sachin Tendulkar on two. The ball had extra bounce to it and rose to Tendulkar’s throat; even as he tried to defend it the ball took the edge of his bat and keeper Devon Thomas took a clean catch. India fell to 8/1 after winning the toss.There was more to come as a few minutes later, the other opener Gautam Gambhir, opening in place of Virender Sehwag, too fell on a Rampaul delivery. Gambhir went for a big hit but ended up giving a catch to Andre Russell in the deep. He fell for 22 and India fell to 51/2.But, Yuvraj Singh, who has been performing well in the tournament, and Virat Kohli took the Windies bowling head on forging a partnership. However, the two had batted for over an hour that Rampaul struck again to break their 122-run partnership in the 33rd over.The ball dipped in sharply after pitching to crash against his stumps even as Kohli tired to sweep it away. He missed and fell for 59 when the India total was 173.But, Yuvraj Singh was still at the crease and he went on to score his first World Cup century. His ton came off 112 balls and included 10 fours and one six. But, the batsman at the other end, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has not been in form for long, soon departed with leggie Devendra Bishoo claiming his wicket in the next over on 218/4. He could only manage to put 22 runs on board.Post Dhoni’s wicket, new man Suresh Raina too fell with skipper Darren Sammy claiming his wicket 232/5. He could only increase the team total by four runs. Finally Yuvraj Singh too fell after scoring a fine 113 off 123 balls. He wanted to smash Kieron Pollard across the fence but miss-timed the ball to Pollard who made no mistake in taking the big wicket for the day. And India were reduced to 240/6 in the 45th over.Big-hitter Yusuf Pathan too had a brief stay at the crease and departed in the face of Rampaul’s pace. India were 251/7 at the stage. Harbhajan Singh was the next to fall with Pollard taking a fine catch to dismiss him off Andre Russell’s ball.advertisementLater, Rampaul struck back to send tail-ender Zaheer Khan packing and ending with a fiver. Then Russell claimed the last man Munaf Patel to end India’s innings on 268/10 on the first ball of the 50th over.
Bengal Warriors have momentum on their side as they come into their match on the back of a four-match unbeaten streak. After being led by skipper Maninder Singh in attack early in the season, the team now has raider K. Prapanjan taking up lead raider responsibilities as he scored a Super 10 in the previous match against Dabang Delhi.He now has 51 raid points from 8 matches and is ninth in the list of highest scoring raiders in the season, just seven shy of Maninder, who is in the sixth position. Bengal Warriors are, thus, the only team with more than one raider in the list of top ten raiders of the season so far. The defensive responsibilities are ably shared between Baldev Singh, Rinku Narwal and Jeeva Kumar. The team’s ability to finish close games in their favour is also a huge asset for them.Kaptaan Narwal se jaaniye kaisi rahi team ki taiyaari #KOLvPAT ke liye 👇#PirateHamla pic.twitter.com/FQCldxGZ1q— Patna Pirates (@PatnaPirates) August 22, 2019 Patna Pirates have been struggling to find consistent form in season 7 and had to face a defeat against U Mumba after an emphatic 21-point win against UP Yoddha. But Mohammad Maghsoudlou found his footing again and provided able support to Pardeep Narwal in the team’s previous match, which lends the team a much better overall balance.However, a lot will depend on how well the ‘Record-Breaker’ can do on the day as he is the team’s most successful raider so far and has the ability to score big and turn games around single-handedly.Their defence is led by Jaideep, who sits joint-fourth in the list of the season’s best defenders with 26 tackle points to his name. However, Hadi Oshtorak and recently Ravinder, have provided him good support in defence. The team will want a win against Bengal Warriors to rise above the bottom position in the Season 7 rankings.
× COMMENT Delhi Daredevils are placed at the fifth spot with 12 points. File Photo – The Hindu Outclassed by Mumbai Indians in their last outing, a determined Delhi Daredevils will make another push to stay in the play-offs hunt when they take on bottom-placed Rising Pune Supergiants in the Indian Premier League here tomorrow.Delhi have blown hot and cold this season and Zaheer Khan’s men will have to curb their inconsistent run as the tournament approaches its business end.With six wins in 11 matches, Delhi are placed at the fifth spot with 12 points and they will look to win the rest three matches, starting with the clash tomorrow, to seal a knockout berth.Pune, on the other hand, have had a forgetful campaign and they are out of contention but Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men will look to spoil the broth of other teams and finish the tournament on a high.In their last match at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium here yesterday, the Daredevils were blown away by a whirlwind 37-ball 86 by Mumbai Indians’ Krunal Pandya.Spin-pace duo of Amit Mishra and Chris Morris, who have been the top wicket-takers for Delhi with 13 and 11 wickets so far, will have to ensure they don’t allow the Supergiants batsmen to get into the groove.Delhi captain Zaheer Khan has marshalled his men well, leading from the front with nine wickets and even in their defeat against Mumbai, he had the best economy rate, taking a wicket for 23 in four overs.He has also been impressive in the death overs and his contribution will be even more important in their crunch match tomorrow.In batting, Delhi have some top class players in their ranks like Quinton de Kock, wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson and top-order player Karun Nair. The team management will be expecting them to to come out firing on all cylinders.Pune have depended on Ajinkya Rahane to pile up runs and skipper Dhoni have tried to put the finishing touch but there has not been much support from other batsmen.Saurabh Tiwary and all-rounder Thisara Perera have chipped in with an odd contribution but they have not been consistent.Their bowling have equally let them down with Australian spinner Adam Zampa’s six-wicket haul against Sunrisers Hyderabad, being the sole exceptional performance.Two other spinners — R Ashwin and M Ashwin, have not been consistent either. Pacers Ashok Dinda and Perera also have not been able to threaten the opponents and will have to pull up their socks.The Teams:Delhi Daredevils: Zaheer Khan (C), Mayank Agarwal, Khaleel Ahmed, Sam Billings, Carlos Brathwaite, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Quinton de Kock, Jean-Paul Duminy, Akhil Herwadkar, Imran Tahir, Shreyas Iyer, Mahipal Lomror, Chama Milind, Amit Mishra, Mohammed Shami, Chris Morris, Shahbaz Nadeem, Karun Nair, Pawan Negi, Rishabh Pant, Pratyush Singh, Sanju Samson, Pawan Suyal, Jayant Yadav.Rising Pune Supergiants: MS Dhoni (C), Ajinkya Rahane, Usman Khawaja, George Bailey, Ravichandran Ashwin, Saurabh Tiwary, Thisara Perera, Rajat Bhatia, Adam Zampa, Ashok Dinda, RP Singh, Murugan Ashwin, Baba Aparajith, Ankiit Sharma, Ankush Bains, Deepak Chahar, Scott Boland, Peter Handscomb, Jaskaran Singh, Albie Morkel, Ishwar Pandey, Irfan Pathan and Ishant Sharma.Match starts 8pm IST. IPL 2016 cricket May 16, 2016 SHARE Delhi will have to win the rest three matches, starting with tomorrow’s clash, to seal a knockout berth. SHARE SHARE EMAIL Delhi Daredevils are placed at the fifth spot with 12 points. File Photo – The Hindu Published on COMMENTS
Novak Djokovic chalked up his 800th career victory to reach the semi-finals of the Fever-Tree Queen’s Club championships on Friday and suggested he could play on past his 40th birthday.The 31-year-old Serb has been in the doldrums since winning the French Open in 2016 to complete his career Grand Slam, and has suffered with an elbow injury for 18 months.But the spring in his step on the London grass courts was evident as he dispatched Adrian Mannarino 7-5 6-1 to set up a semi-final against another in-form Frenchman, Jeremy Chardy.”50, 60, 70. I don’t know. And I don’t want to put any limit or any number to it,” 12-times Grand Slam champion Djokovic told reporters when asked if he could still be playing at 40.”I will play as long as I feel like playing. Hopefully I can have many more years, because I truly enjoy playing this sport.Who said 40? I said 50. So it’s 19 years. I have plenty of time to make couple more wins. I don’t like to put any numbers on how long and when it’s going to end. I’m playing great, back again, I’m 31 on the paper, but I’m 19 in the real sense.”Djokovic is only the 10th man in the professional era to reach 800 match wins, and while Jimmy Connors’s 1,256 — not to mention Roger Federer’s still growing 1,156 — is still a long way off, those who were beginning to write off the former world number one and dominant force may need a rethink.While he has not won a title for a year, a strong run in Rome, followed by a quarter-final showing at the French Open and now an impressive transition to grass, augurs well for his chances at next month’s Wimbledon.advertisementA few weeks ago a fourth title on the All England Club lawns looked extremely unlikely but Djokovic, who crushed world number five Grigor Dimitrov on Thursday, has his old zip back after the elbow surgery he had in February.”Obviously the more matches you win, the better you feel on the court. It’s obvious. It’s logical,” he said.”It took me quite a few months to actually feel comfortable playing again on this level, back-to-back matches and playing consistently well.”I’m just very excited to be able to win in straight sets against very good players. So the level is there. Now it’s a question of maintaining it.”KYRGIOS BEATS LOPEZAustralian maverick Nick Kyrgios blazed past Feliciano Lopez with a barrage of aces to reach the semi-finals of the ATP 500 Fever-Tree championships at Queen’s Club on Friday.The 23-year-old was in dazzling form as he claimed a 7-6(5) 7-6(3) victory over the defending champion to set up a clash with top seed Marin Cilic who breezed past Sam Querrey.Kyrgios has his detractors, and his volatile temperament has frequently landed him in hot water with the game’s authorities.But on his day, when his mind does not wander and he lets his racket do the talking, there are few players who can electrify a tennis court quite like him.He finished off Lopez with his 32nd ace on Friday, matching the total he landed against Briton’s Kyle Edmund on Thursday, having also served 18 against Andy Murray on Tuesday.”I can’t remember a specific time when I’ve served at this level back to back,” Kyrgios, who was narrowly beaten by Roger Federer in Stuttgart last week, told reporters.
Bigg Boss 11 star Hina Khan is going places. From undergoing a splendid image makeover to bagging the role of iconic vamp Komolika in Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2 remake, the actress’ hard work is now bearing fruit.The actress was recently in London for photo shoot of a wedding magazine. She took to social media to share the teaser.There are a lot of expectations from Hina Khan as far as her style outings are concerned and she never disappoints. She was see sporting some marvellous looks for her London visit and internet couldn’t stop talking about them.Also read: Hina Khan accused of jewellery fraud; here’s what she has to sayHina was last seen in a super-glam avatar in singer Sonu Thukral’s music video Bhasoodi. In the video, she plays a girl who doesn’t shy away from dating multiple men.Also read | Kasauti Zindagi Kay: Not bindis, new Komolika Hina Khan will flaunt this fashion accessory on the showIt is interesting to see how the sweet and innocent Akshara has evolved and is now playing roles with negative shades. Fans of course can’t wait to see her as the evil and manipulative Komolika in Kasauti Zindai Kay reboot.advertisement
Editors’ Recommendations The MNML Leather Highlander Travel Bag Makes Short-Term Trips a Breeze Traditional business travel has long required guys to master the art of packing. Enter Craft Atlantic, the smarter travel solution for guys on the go or, as co-founder Pierre Mordacq of the line puts it, “Off-duty sportswear, but not performance.” Frustrated by the lack of travel options while crossing the Atlantic back and forth for work, Mordacq, a former retail executive, and Pierre-Henri Mattout, the accomplished menswear designer from Paris, teamed up in New York to create a collection that blends expert construction, intelligent functionality and the kind of tasteful design you’d surmise as “European.”To that end, fine woven shirts come with unexpected details such as non-visible, snap-down collars with hand-stitched accents and underarm gussets; a hooded sweatshirt features Riri zippers (arguably the world’s highest quality zippers) and seamless neoprene inserts. Elsewhere, a buffalo check padded vest has a built-in backpack and an anorak elasticated inner sleeves and a hidden drawstring waist for protection from the elements and a superior fit. The company’s take on a cargo pant, meanwhile, includes storm flap-like closures on the front with reinforced knees. One baby merino knit sweater in particular, shortened so you can layer it over a shirt perfectly, features contrasting felt shoulder and elbow patches ingeniously pressed and fused into the wool.That the clothes are impeccably styled, constructed and finished isn’t unexpected coming from Mattout; the designer recently came from Victorinox and prior to that cut his teeth at the esteemed luxury houses of Dormeuil and Christian Dior. What is surprising, if not refreshing, on the other hand, is its blend of polish, ease and affordability. For one, prices start from $180 for shirts and top out at $980. The brand too is setting its sights on becoming an innovative platform for the creative community. This fall, for example, will see on the brand website the first in a series of collaborations with upcoming contemporary photographers and artists, such as Gina LeVay, whose photographs are showcased in October’s Vanity Fair magazine. As Mordacq says, “It’s important for us to be in the street, to get feedback from what happens in the world and showcase ourselves in a way that works with the brand.” Pickpocket Prevention: Don’t Become a Mark While Traveling The Best Wired and Wireless Headphones for Travel 1. Craft Atlantic 2. Craft Atlantic 3. Craft Atlantic 4. Craft Atlantic Why You Should Make Plans to Visit Greenland Now Everlane Wants You to Have a Daily Uniform to Make Dressing Easier
10 December 2010The chair of the United Nations committee monitoring the arms embargo imposed on Iran over its nuclear programme voiced deep concern today that violations of the sanctions are continuing. Ambassador Tsuneo Nishida of Japan told the Security Council, which first imposed the sanctions in 2006, that the committee had received communications from two Member States who reported two separate incidents of violations of provisions of resolution 1747, which imposes a ban on the export and procurement of all arms and related materiel from Iran.In the first case, a Member State informed the committee that it had seized 13 shipping containers of illegal arms reportedly originating from Iran, and that a comprehensive report on the results of its investigations would be forthcoming.Another Member State informed the committee that authorities at one of its harbours had seized a container, originating from Iran and destined for Syria, holding the high-potential explosive “T4” or “RDX.” As in the first case, the Member State is carrying out further investigations, Mr. Nishida said, as he presented his final 90-day report, covering the period from 16 September to December 2010. “It is a matter of grave concern,” he said, “that the apparent pattern of sanctions violations involving prohibited arms transfers from Iran, first highlighted publicly by the Committee a year ago, is continuing.”Resolution 1737 of December 2006 banned trade with Iran in all items, materials, equipment, goods and technology which could contribute to the country’s enrichment-related, reprocessing or heavy water-related activities, or to the development of nuclear-weapon delivery systems.Resolution 1747 of the following year tightened the sanctions by imposing a ban on arms sales and expanding the freeze on assets. The Council imposed further sanctions against Iran in resolution 1803 in 2008. These included the inspection of cargo suspected of carrying prohibited goods, the tighter monitoring of financial institutions and the extension of travel bans and asset freezes, over its nuclear programme.Then in June of this year, the Council imposed a fourth round of sanctions through resolution 1929, in which it also decided that Iran shall not acquire an interest in any commercial activity in another State involving uranium mining, production or use of nuclear materials and technology.Iran’s nuclear programme – which its officials have stated is for peaceful purposes, but some other countries contend is driven by military ambitions – has been a matter of international concern since the discovery in 2003 that the country had concealed its nuclear activities for 18 years in breach of its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
MONTREAL – Flight training and simulator company CAE Inc. says it sold six full-flight simulators to airlines in Azerbaijan and Turkey for $75 million.The Montreal-based company said Azal purchased three devices for the Embraer 190 E-Jet, Sikorsky S92 helicopter and AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter.Turkish Airlines purchased simulators for the Boeing 737NG, Airbus A320 and Airbus A330 aircraft.The six units, which are valued at $75 million at list prices, are CAE’s (TSX:CAE) first simulator sales for the fiscal year, which began in April.Azerbaijan Airlines is a new CAE customer, while Turkish airlines has previously used CAE’s training services.“We are pleased to continue to grow our relationship with Turkish Airlines and to welcome Azerbaijan Airlines as a new customer to CAE,” stated CAE president Marc Parent.The Embraer 190 simulator for Azerbaijan Airlines will be delivered in mid-2014, while the helicopter devices will be shipped in 2015.The Turkish Airlines simulators will be delivered to the airline’s training centre in Istanbul later this year and in 2014.CAE also announced Thursday that company veteran Nick Leontidis has been appointed president of the civil segment, replacing Jeff Roberts, who is leaving the company.Leontidis was hired at the company in 1988 as a software engineer and rose through the ranks to become executive vice president strategy and business development.“Since joining CAE, Nick has played a key role in the success of our civil business and the expansion of our global footprint,” Parent stated.He said Leontidis has strong international experience, particularly in China, where he was responsible for developing CAE’s sales.CAE is a leading simulation and training company for civil aviation and defence, employing about 8,000 people at more than 100 sites in about 30 countries.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, CAE’s shares lost nine cents at $10.52 in Thursday afternoon trading. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CAE sells six flight simulators for $75 million; hires division president by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 6, 2013 3:11 pm MDT
Most actively traded companies on the TSX by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 1, 2016 2:52 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 1, 2016 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,674.37, down 147.76 points):Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Down two cents, or 2.04 per cent, to 96 cents on 9.4 million shares.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Up two cents, or 0.66 per cent, to $3.05 on nine million shares.Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Oil and gas. Down 25 cents, or 8.45 per cent, to $2.71 on five million shares.Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Miner. Up 10 cents, or 0.72 per cent, to $14.03 on 4.9 million shares.Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TCK.B). Miner. Down 16 cents, or 3.06 per cent, to $5.07 on 4.6 million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Up 12 cents, or 4.98 per cent, to $2.53 on 4.3 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Amaya Inc. (TSX:AYA). Online gaming. Up $3.01, or 20.08 per cent, to $18 on 3.4 million shares. Amaya’s chairman and CEO is looking to take the world’s largest online poker company private about 18 months after it acquired PokerStars for US$4.9 billion. David Baazov and a group of investors have announced their interest in paying $21 per share in cash for the business, 40 per cent above Friday’s closing price.
WINNIPEG — Colton Beck’s goal at 5:09 of the third period stood as the winner as the Iowa Wild held off the Manitoba Moose for a 3-2 victory in American Hockey League action Saturday.Matt Read and Dmitry Sokolov also got on the board for the Wild (12-4-3). Alexis D’Aoust and Seth Griffith replied for the Moose (9-9-1), the AHL affiliate for the Winnipeg Jets.Kaapo Kahkonen made 34 saves for the victory and Eric Comrie stopped 25 shots in the loss.The Wild were scoreless on their one power play, while the Moose couldn’t cash in on two chances with the man advantage.With the win, the Wild split back-to-back games against Moose in Manitoba. They lost to the Moose 4-3 on Friday.The Canadian Press
Ohio State freshman center Kaleb Wesson posts up against Michigan center Moritz Wagner in the matchup between the two teams on Feb. 18, 2018. Michigan won 74-62. Credit: Jacob Myers | Managing Editor for ContentA new season begins for the Ohio State men’s basketball team.That seemed to be the narrative of the team after its loss to Penn State in the Buckeyes’ first game of the Big Ten tournament. It will take time to shake off the loss, but their season is not over.That new season begins at 4:30 p.m. Thursday when the fifth-seeded Buckeyes travel to Boise, Idaho, to face 12th-seeded South Dakota State in Ohio State’s first game in the NCAA Tournament since the 2014-15 season.Should Ohio State advance past the Jackrabbits, it will likely take on fourth-seeded Gonzaga, a team that stomped the Buckeyes 86-59 in the first meeting between the two. After that, it could be top-seeded Xavier. Projected StartersSouth Dakota StateG — Brandon Key — Junior, 5-foot-10, 180 lbs., 6.0 ppg, 1.5 rpg, 3.3 apgG — David Jenkins — Freshman, 6-foot-2, 190 lbs., 16.1 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 1.6 apgF — Skyler Flatten — Senior, 6-foot-6, 215 lbs., 7.0 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 1.2 apgF — Reed Tellinghuisen — Senior, 6-foot-7, 215 lbs., 12.0 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 1.6 apgC — Mike Daum — Junior, 6-foot-9, 250 lbs., 23.8 ppgs, 10.4 rpg, 1.3 apgOhio StateG — C.J. Jackson — Junior, 6-foot-1, 175 lbs., 12.2 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 3.9 apgG — Kam Williams — Redshirt senior, 6-foot-2, 185 lbs., 8.2 ppg, 2.0 rpg, 0.7 apgF — Jae’Sean Tate — Senior, 6-foot-4, 230 lbs., 12.5 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 2.9 apgF — Keita Bates-Diop — Redshirt junior, 6-foot-7, 235 lbs., 19.4 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 1.7 apgC — Kaleb Wesson — Freshman, 6-foot-9, 270 lbs., 10.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 1.1 apgScouting South Dakota StateTeams that have given Ohio State issues this season have been teams with large or athletic guards that have been able to challenge the Buckeyes to lean more on their smaller guards — C.J. Jackson, Kam Williams and Andrew Dakich — to step up defensively. That has not been the key to South Dakota State’s success in 2018. One of its starting two guards is under 6-foot, and the other is only 6-foot-2, meaning the Buckeyes should not run into a size mismatch like it has in the past against teams like Penn State.Instead of relying on their guards, the Jackrabbits have received solid production from freshman guard David Jenkins, but they have leaned on junior center Mike Daum when they need production. Nicknamed “The Daum-inator,” the 6-foot-9 center has demonstrated an ability to score from all areas on the court, making 47.4 percent of shots from 2 and 42.9 percent from 3. Ohio State has had mixed levels of success against star centers this season. It held Michigan’s 6-foot-11 Moritz Wagner to a combined 26 points in the two games played and North Carolina center Luke Maye to nine points in the one game between the two teams. However, the Buckeyes allowed Purdue’s 7-foot-2 center Isaac Haas to drop 18, Butler forward Kelan Martin to score 24 and Gonzaga center Johnathan Williams to put up 21 points.However, most of the struggles came earlier in the season. Ohio State freshman center Kaleb Wesson has improved his defense since those games — he was matched up with Williams in his first career start. Though his defense is still far from perfect and needs improving, he should be able to prevent Daum from posting his 13th 30-point game on the Buckeyes.Overall, the Jackrabbits are not a team that would appear to give Ohio State much matchup problems. South Dakota State has struggled to force turnovers this season, which is good for an Ohio State team that has run into turnover issues throughout the campaign. The Jackrabbits have also struggled to defend against opponents who derive most of their offensive production in the post. Opposing teams have generated 52.4 percent of their points from inside the arc and are shooting 49.8 percent inside. Ohio State, on the other hand, has scored 55.4 percent of its points inside this season, 30th-highest in the nation, while shooting 55.1 percent inside, 29th-best. South Dakota State won’t make any mistakes — it has the lowest turnover rate this season. It also has lived and died by the 3 this season, posting a 26th-best 39.2 percent shooting rate from 3 while generating 37.5 percent of its offense from beyond the arc, 37th-highest in the country.Opponents have find about average success against Ohio State from 3, shooting 34.6 percent (149th-best), but have consistently found that to be the way to attack the Buckeyes. Ohio State has seen opposing teams score 35.1 percent of their total points from 3, the 55th-highest rate in the country.The Bottom LineThis game in a way has that feeling of a typical five-seed vs. 12-seed matchup in the tournament. Many are not giving South Dakota State a chance. They don’t have the typical characteristics of a team that has given Ohio State trouble this season and do not have a single Tier-A win — a top-50 win adjusting for location — on their schedule, according to advanced statistics website KenPom.com. The ability of the Jackrabbits to shoot 3s with success should make the game interesting, but outside of Daum, they do not have the interior defense to be able to stop players like redshirt junior Keita Bates-Diop and Wesson from having big games.PredictionOhio State wins 77-68
The Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA), a group that includes stakeholders from the mining industry, organised labor, non-governmental organisations, impacted communities, and businesses, recently released a draft Standard for Responsible Mining for public comment. The draft Standard is a proposed set of principles to improve social and environmental performance and is the result of eight years of collaboration between groups who have historically been at odds. It seeks to emulate for industrial-scale mine sites what has been done with certification schemes in agriculture, forestry and fisheries.“Each of us wants a future where mining companies make a positive contribution to local communities and minimise any impact on land and water, while serving the needs of modern society,” said Jon Samuel, Group Head of Government and Social Affairs at international mining company Anglo American. “Though we don’t always see eye to eye on every issue, IRMA has developed a draft set of leading edge practices and a new definition of more responsible mining.”“IndustriALL Global Union, as the world’s biggest global union, is proud to be associated with IRMA. This is a joint effort to develop a credible multi-stakeholder certification and assurance reporting system for the mining industry which is responsive to the urgent challenges of sustainable development,” said Glen Mpufane, Mining Director at IndustriALL, a global union federation, and a former miner from South Africa.While IRMA’s Steering Committee says it has confidence that the draft Standard for Responsible Mining has successfully integrated varied perspectives from each sector, it is important to note that the individuals, organisations and companies on the Steering Committee have not reached agreement on all aspects of the Standard. However, they believe that “now is an appropriate time to open up the Standard to broader consultation and are therefore asking for a first round of feedback and input from the public, businesses and other stakeholders.”After the 22 October comment deadline, they will make revisions to the draft Standard for Responsible Mining and release a second draft for an additional comment period before releasing the final Standard. The goal is to develop a certification scheme based on independent third-party verification and in compliance with ISEAL Alliance’s Code of Good Practice for standard-setting. “With this set of new guiding principles for mine sites, we are raising the bar on environmental and human rights standards for mining,” said Jennifer Krill, Executive Director at Earthworks, an international mining reform group. “The credibility of this proposed new system lies in the unprecedented participation of leaders from every sector involved in mining.”The process for mining materials, particularly high value metals and diamonds, can have significant social and environmental impacts and result in conflict between mining companies, local communities and other stakeholders. With growing awareness and demand for eco and socially-responsible products by consumers, mining companies’ customers – jewelers, electronics businesses and others – have sought assurances that minerals are mined responsibly.The Standard for Responsible Mining will cover mine sites, not mining companies, and will not certify extraction of energy fuels (uranium, coal, oil or gas). The best practices for mining will include elements such as consideration of ecologically and culturally significant areas with regard to the location of the mine; reducing environmental impacts, such as habitat loss and pollution; health and safety provisions for workers; free, prior and informed consent of indigenous peoples; and transparency in revenue payments from companies to governments.“With this draft Standard for Responsible Mining we have an unprecedented opportunity to better the lives of communities sitting on natural resources,” said Larson Bill of the Western Shoshone Defense Project. “By giving feedback on this draft, native peoples around the globe can help ensure greater respect of our rights and better control over our future when evaluating mine proposals on our lands.”“We believe IRMA will do much to improve the entire industry by motivating mine operators to work towards, and ultimately achieve, certification,” says Anisa Kamadoli Costa, Vice President, Global Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility at Tiffany & Co. “We’ve witnessed great success in similar certification initiatives, such as the Forest Stewardship Council, in raising the bar for an entire industry and increasing consumer awareness of responsible practices. Because IRMA includes the same key components – credibility in the marketplace through a multi-stakeholder approach and independent third-party verification – we hope this initiative will have similar success.”
D – My reading in bed bothers you? Toughen up. (2190) Poll Results: E – Why can’t we all just get along. (491) A – No-one should read in bed. Bed’s for sleeping and… stuff. (101) WE KNOW HOW you feel. It’s Monday, you have the whole week ahead and you have a lot on your plate.So do like we do here in TheJournal.ie HQ and get stuck into a serious debate on one of life’s most pressing issues.Possibly.This week: Reading in bed – one of life’s little luxuries, no?Fine, if you’re by yourself but what happens if you have a partner trying to go to sleep beside you? Is it rude to continue to read with the sidelight on? Tell us which of these statements is the better show of manners when it comes to reading in bed: A – No-one should read in bed. Bed’s for sleeping and… stuff.B – It’s okay as long as both partners are reading.C – It’s okay as long as the reading light doesn’t bother the sleeping partner.D – My reading in bed bothers you? Toughen up.E – Why can’t we all just get along.VoteSee previous entries in The Burning Question*>Read: Should there be a television in the bedroom?> C – It’s okay as long as the reading light doesn’t bother the sleeping partner. (1470) B – It’s okay as long as both partners are reading. (315)
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram As Victoria is heading for a state election this year, it is only natural that political debate will become more and more heated. But according to Minister for Families and Children, Early Childhood Education, and Youth Affairs, Jenny Mikakos, there’s significant risk that this debate will head to race baiting. Last week, the minister was suspended from parliament after accusing Liberal Party members of employing racist rhetoric. Today it’s the Africans, tomorrow will be the Indians, the day after the Chinese and then it will be the Greeks. As soon as bigots are given permission to attack other members of the community on the basis of their ethnicity their religion or their race, then everyone is fair game, everyone who is “different” becomes potentially the victim of abuse”“I did make some comments about racism,” she admits. “I believe that they were fair comments based on behaviour that we’ve seen in recent weeks.”Despite paying a price for her comment, the minister stands by her views. “It is very clear to me that the Liberal Party, both on a Victorian level and nationally, has decided to replicate Donald Trump’s political strategy and engage in race baiting,” she says, pointing to comments made by Federal Minister of Home Affairs, Peter Dutton about a perceived ‘African gang issue’ in Melbourne. “He was backed up by Malcolm Turnbull himself and this has certainly been the rhetoric that we have heard from the Victorian Liberal Party for many months now, talking about African youth gangs in particular.” Minister Mikakos says that this has already escalated to the point where people working for her, for the state government, have reported being racially vilified on public transport. “These are people who are middle-aged women, they can never be mistaken for being members of youth gangs,” she points out. “But because they can clearly be identified as being of African descent they have been the victim of appalling racial abuse. I’m concerned about where this is all going,” she adds and warns that Victoria is in danger of losing one of its key elements. “We’ve had very strong bipartisanship around supporting multiculturalism in Victoria for decades and that is something that as Victorians we should all be very proud of. “What I’m fearful of is that the Liberal Party is walking away from that. I think it is a political strategy designed to play into some elements in the community who have prejudiced views and this is very alarming to me. Because now it is focused around the African community but as soon as we give permission to bigots to openly preach what they might be thinking openly, we’re opening up a can of worms. Today it’s the Africans, tomorrow it will be the Indians, the day after, the Chinese and then it will be the Greeks. “As soon as bigots are given permission to attack other members of the community on the basis of their ethnicity their religion or their race, then everyone is fair game, everyone who is ‘different’ becomes potentially the victim of abuse.”Jenny Mikakos knows all too well what this means. “Many of us in politics who come from migrant backgrounds, myself included, have that personal experience of schoolyard bullying because of our ethnicity. “That’s why we are more sensitive to this, to having those issues play out in the broader community. It’s an ugly thing and I worry that we will see far right-wing brutes popping their head up now trying to gain some legitimacy in the media and we’ve already seen neo-Nazi groups trying to promote vigilante behaviour. I worry where it is going to end up.”She claims she’s not alone in this. “I’ve had private conversations with Liberal politicians about what I said in the parliament and I know that some of them have very deep reservations and concerns about the political direction their party has been heading in over the past year,” she says calling all members to express these concerns publicly and strongly to their leadership. “They are putting the social cohesion of our community at risk,” she warns.“They are sending signals that they are abandoning bipartisanship for multiculturalism to gain some political advantage and that they will try to lump together a whole community and call them responsible for the action of a very small number of young people. “When some young people of Greek background commit a crime – and we’ve seen terrible crimes being committed – the Greek community is not held responsible, we don’t have that kind of finger-pointing, so it is important that our community does not point the finger at other communities.”That is not to say that the minister is in denial about the real social problems that are at the core of this phenomenon. “We acknowledge that there are some issues particularly in Melbourne’s western suburbs and we are supporting Victorian Police in their efforts to address these issues,” she says, making reference to the Andrews Government’s “historic” $2 billion Community Safety Statement, which includes tough new laws and police powers, and the addition of 3,135 police officers to the Victorian force, alongside improved technology and new and upgraded police stations. It is this support, she argues, that allowed for Victoria Police to arrest 850 youth offenders since May 2016. “So we are not ignoring that issue,” she says. “But we always have issues with all newly arrived communities and the young people, this is not a new phenomenon. “In every wave of new immigrants or refugees, we have issues of young people disengaging from school and from positive activities in the community and getting in trouble with the police.” As Minister for Families and Youth, she believes that the answer lies in education and training. “We know the most effective way to keep young people out of trouble with the criminal justice system is to give them hope for the future, to link them with training and help them find a job,” she says. “These are far more effective strategies than having young people becoming involved in the criminal justice system.” But what does the Minister for Youth say to those young people who will come to the ballots this year, worrying about employment security and housing affordability? “The biggest issue for young people is unemployment and this is where we are making a lot of effort. Our government is focused on education and training and creating more jobs. We are working very strongly to create more jobs in Victoria, we are investing in new infrastructure that creates enormous jobs opportunities.” This may well be true, but it may not play a role in this election, given that as we move towards the elections, it is by now obvious that the Victorian Opposition will steer political debate to the issue of law and order. Minister Mikakos is not trying to shy away from it. “Let’s have a proper debate about law and order, but let’s not make it about race and ethnicity,” she says, arguing that the biggest law and order issue that Victoria is facing is family violence. “Half of the police’s time and effort is actually devoted to dealing with family violence in our communities but it’s hidden away behind closed doors and people don’t see it,” she says.As for the issue of youth offenders, she points to statistics which show a decline. What’s more, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Victoria has fewer young offenders than New South Wales and Queensland: 1,573 young offenders were recorded per 100,000 in Victoria, compared to 2,632 in Queensland and 2,741 in New South Wales. “And yet Peter Dutton comes out publicly and talks about ‘gang issues’ in Victoria, not in New South Wales which has a Liberal government, or within his own electorate.”Statistics are one thing, but at the end of the day, this debate about racism and crime threatens the very fabric of Australian society. Stressing the need to fight racist rhetoric, she points to the “enormous leadership role” that the Greek community has played in championing multiculturalism for decades. “It’s not just because it benefits our community, but because we know it’s going to benefit the entire state,” she says. “We’re very happy to have half the population in Victoria have parents born overseas. It adds to the richness and diversity of our society.”
KUSI Newsroom, October 22, 2018 Posted: October 22, 2018 KUSI Newsroom OCEANSIDE (KUSI) – A homeless man was arrested in connection with the slaying of a retiree two months ago in his Oceanside home, police said Monday.DNA evidence obtained from the scene of 77-year-old John Roth’s slaying in August led homicide detectives to identify 21-year-old Carey Lamont Reid Jr. as the perpetrator, Oceanside Police spokesman Tom Bussey said. Reid is known to be a transient who lives in Oceanside.Officers were called to the 500 block of North Coast Highway on Sunday for a person lying on the ground in a parking lot, Bussey said. Officers arrived, identified the man as Reid and took him into custody.Reid was booked into the Vista Detention Facility on suspicion of first-degree murder, according to jail records. He was being held without bail pending arraignment, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.The parking lot is located directly behind the residence where Roth was found dead, Bussey said.A back door was found open, but there were no signs of forced entry or a struggle at the couple’s home in the 500 block of North Tremont Street when Roth was found by his wife shortly before 7 a.m. on Aug. 14, Detective Erik Ellgard said.Roth had suffered severe trauma to his upper body, according to police, who have withheld the nature of the fatal wounds.Zui Pang, 41, had last seen her husband alive about 16 hours before she returned home, Ellgard said.Missing from the victim’s home were some of the couple’s possessions, including costume jewelry, a wooden jewelry box, an Asus laptop computer, an LG cellphone and Pang’s wedding ring.Four days later, an acquaintance of the victim found Pang’s stolen purse, photos of the couple and other personal effects of theirs dumped in an alley off North Ditmar Street, a few blocks from their home Homeless man arrested in slaying of Oceanside man Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
The total number of people employed actually declined by 1,800 for the period to 385,300 and the number of employed residents by 1,900 to 280,100.There was a slight decline in the number of people employed in “restaurants and similar activities” by 600 to 24,300, while those working in gaming and junkets increased by 1,200 to 85,200.The 1.7% unemployment rate held steady when compared to the January to March period.Under Macau’s labor laws, only those holding a Macau ID can be employed as dealers in the city’s casinos. Macau GGR tumbles 8.6% in August Macau’s labor force continues to be stretched to the limits with the unemployment rate for the three months from February to April 2019 down by 0.2 percentage points compared with the same period in 2018 to just 1.7%.According to information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC), there were just 6,600 unemployed people in Macau of which 10.3% are new labor market entrants seeking their first job. RelatedPosts Dealer dilemma Load More JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner
Share JUST IN: #ATXCouncil unanimously approves $425,000 settlement in the Breaion King excessive force case: https://t.co/qtgg8Mn8lt pic.twitter.com/n4TberLHMN— Spectrum News Austin (@SpecNewsATX) May 24, 2018The city of Austin is paying $425,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a black woman who was thrown to the ground by a white officer during a 2015 traffic stop, and then told by another officer that blacks have, “violent tendencies.”The Austin American Statesman reports the City Council voted unanimously to a settle a lawsuit filed by schoolteacher, Breaion King.King was arrested after being stopped for speeding three years ago. Her case garnered national attention after patrol car dash-cam video of the incident was released in July 2016.“This was not our city at its best,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said.
Go back to the enewsletterThe Peninsula Hong Kong heralds the arrival of a new Peninsula Yacht for guests’ enjoyment. The introduction of the yacht results in The Peninsula being the first luxury hotel in Hong Kong to offer a trinity of deluxe transportation options, complementing the existing fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms and a customised helicopter.The Sunseeker Manhattan 60 is an iconic 19-metre cruiser that will welcome up to 15 passengers each evening to enjoy a two-hour cruise featuring the ‘Symphony of Lights’ on the mesmerising Victoria Harbour during the “Harbour Sunset Cruise”.The package includes canapés and unlimited consumption of house Champagne, wine and other beverages, available from 6:30–8:30pm nightly, priced at HKD 1,400 (nett) for adults and HKD 600 (nett) for children.The Peninsula Yacht will also provide an alluring new venue for exclusive events, managed by the hotel.A personalised chartered tour will be available for guests to arrange for private functions, family celebrations, cocktail receptions, elegant pre-wedding photoshoots or onboard massage therapy by The Peninsula Spa.For a fully personalised experience, the entire yacht can be chartered for HKD 15,000 (nett) per hour with a minimum engagement of four hours.The Events team can also customise any event by adding the guest’s choice of signature Peninsula experiences, each of which is priced separately.For more information on chartering The Peninsula Yacht, click here.Go back to the enewsletter
Around 150 hourly-paid workers at the Limassol general hospital went on strike Thursday morning citing acute understaffing issues but eventually went back to work after agreeing to give 10 days to the management to hire more staff.The strike started at 6.30am and involved around 150 cleaners, surgery room messengers, room attendants and kitchen staff.Room attendants were the last to end the strike, at around 5pm.The cleaners, which was the biggest group numbering around 90 people, along with messengers went back to work earlier after given reassurances more staff would be hired. The kitchen staff went back to work in the morning after getting the same reassurances.The staff demanded that vacancies are filled including hiring staff to fill in for colleagues on long-term sick leave so that they can meet their working schedules over the summer holiday period and the days off owed to them for working on holidays. They also asked that messengers were hired to work irregular hours.Their unions said on Thursday afternoon that workers had agreed to give a 10-day deadline so that more staff was hired.Room attendants, who had to also perform messenger duties, were reassured that arrangements would be made so there were messengers on all shifts.If the promises are not kept, workers will escalate measures, the unions said.The strike was announced after workers reportedly turned down an offer by the management to hire four people, arguing they needed at least 20 cleaners and three room attendants.Later on Thursday, Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou assigned responsibility for the frustrated hospital staff to the state health services (Okypy), which he said shows continuous worrying negligence in “the management and resolution of the problem which arose a few days ago among the staff of the Limassol general hospital”.Striking staff that gathered outside the hospital told media that due to the serious understaffing problem, they had to work long hours and were unable to even take a day off.“The work schedule cannot be met, either for holidays or shifts,” a cleaner said.She gave as an example the case of a room attendant who was doing 12.5-hour night shifts and was forced to also perform messenger duties. ‘This is inhumane,” she said.Another staff member said that it was already July and they were not able to take “not even a day off”.“We have been working on holidays for the past three years but we have yet to receive our corresponding days off,” she said.But according to Christos Nicolaou, Okypy executive director for the Limassol-Paphos district, the staff asked for two more cleaners to be able to do the summer holiday schedule but management offered to hire four.He also said there was no delay in dealing with the issue. The proposal to hire four people was submitted on Wednesday noon, while meetings had taken place with unions twice, he said.“Things should not have gone this far,” he told state broadcaster CyBC radio on Thursday morning.He said the problem is that a number of staff members were on long sick leave, while when the summer holidays schedule was prepared, four more persons went on sick leave worsening the situation.Nicolaou said he hoped that by the end of the week the four new people would be hired.The head of the House health committee, Costas Constantinou, who was along with other MPs on a scheduled a visit to the hospital, expressed concern. There might have been delays in dealing with the problems, he said, but “we were informed solutions were given to the problems for which the strike is taking place.”Since the unions and workers were informed of the solutions, “why the strike today?” he asked. You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD Total Restore SupplementU.S. Cardiologist: It’s Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesGundry MD Total Restore SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish 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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