About the dwindling crowd in Test cricket, Tendulkar About the dwindling crowd in Test cricket, Tendulkar blamed lack of rivalry in the longest format that has caused affected the interest in the sport not to forget the emergence of Twenty20. “When we grew up we had rivalries like Sunil Gavaskar vs Imran Khan, Viv Richards vs Jeff Thomson and then (Brian) Lara vs Glenn McGrath or Steve Waugh vs Curtly Ambrose. West Indies team in 80s and 90s generated interest. “The target then was to beat the West Indies. Australia was an incredible players. Nine world class and if 3-4 could close the game. That is missing,” he lamented. Asked what could be a solution, Tendulkar said: “Look we went to England in 2014 and lost the series. Now England are down in this series and since 2014, they have lost a couple of players. “My suggestion is to have back to back matches against same the side home and away. Let us play two Tests in India and then two Tests in England. Same set of players but different venues. Obviously there will be some changes in terms of form and injuries but core will be same. That will be a fair contest.” He was all praise for the current Indian team led by Virat Kohli. “This team reminds me of our times between 2000-2011. They have a quality pace and spin attack. We believe that it is the best team in the world. Soon rest of the world will follow us.” Tendulkar, who has been promoting Olympic Sports, also spoke about about some discussions he has had with Sports Authority of India to popularise various events. “During IPL, we can have athletics events and then during ODIs when you have packed houses. That will also encourage the athletes.” PTI KHS PM PMadvertisement
Rishabh Pant and opener Sanju Samson stitched together a 143-run stand in only 63 balls for the second wicket as Delhi Daredevils pulled off the second highest successful run chase in Indian Premier League history.Chasing 209 for a win and keep their play-offs hopes alive, Delhi rode on Pant’s 97 off 43 balls and opener Sanju Samson’s 31-ball 61 to overhaul the victory target against Gujarat Lions in 17.3 overs. (Pant’s innings one of the best I’ve seen in IPL: Tendulkar)Chatting with with coach Rahul Dravid post match on iplt20.com, Pant revealed his success mantra.”I just told Sanju bhai, see the ball and hit it. If the ball is there to hit, just hit it. Don’t think about the next ball, if next ball is also there to be hit, do so,” Pant said in a candid chat. (Pant consoled by Raina after heartbreak at 97)”I was in a good nick. I was watching the ball well and I think the atmosphere really helped. This game is all about the mindset. It was very clear and positive. So, I just backed myself,” Samson said. (I like to play aggressively: Pant)Pant said they just targetted the bad balls and had no specific plan against any bowler in particular.”As I told you, the plan was just to hit the bad ball,” Pant added.Samson said he enjoyed batting with Pant.”I really enjoyed batting with Rishabh. I started the innings really well. After hitting two sixes, I thought of taking a single but he came up to me and said, ‘bhaiya zyada socho mat, bass marte raho (don’t think too much, just keep hitting)’. I think that really helped me to go on, enjoyed batting with him,” Samson added.advertisementPant further said, “a good domestic season really helped. We have won two matches in a row, but we will take one match at a time.”The “incredible innings” by the two youngsters has left Dravid pretty impressed.”What was impressive for me was Risabh batting on 97 and not thinking about his hundred at that stage and still going for the shots and not worrying about the hundred and looking to get the team home. Incredible innings from the two boys and truly well deserved. As I am a hard task master, so I hope that you guys finish the job next time and stay not out,” Dravid concluded.With four win, Delhi climbed to sixth spot on 8 points from 10 matches. They need to win their remaining four matches to keep their hopes alive of finishing in top four.
updated 4:12 pm 3/30/18IT TOOK JUST TWO HOURS FOR WOODBURY COUNTY AUTHORITIES TO CAPTURE THE HARD LUCK SUSPECT WHO ALLEGEDLY ROBBED THE UNITED BANK OF IOWA IN MOVILLE FRIDAY.MAJOR TONY WINGERT OF THE WOODBURY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SAYS THE WHITE MALE SUSPECT HAD ENTERED THE BANK JUST BEFORE 12:30, DEMANDED MONEY AND FLED IN A BLACK B-M-W WHICH WAS REPORTEDLY STOLEN FROM POLK COUNTY:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/BANKROB1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……. FROM THE AREA. ;05WINGERT SAYS THE SUSPECT WAS CAPTURED SHORTLY AFTER THE STOLEN CAR GOT A FLAT TIRE:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/BANKROB.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……….ON A FLAT TIRE. :23WINGERT SAYS THAT ENSUING PURSUIT DID NOT END WELL FOR THE SUSPECT:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/BANKROB2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……….SOMEBODY’S YARD. :21AUTHORITIES TOOK THE INJURED SUSPECT INTO CUSTODY AND HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO MERCY MEDICAL CENTER FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT.THE SUSPECT’S NAME HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED.THE IOWA STATE PATROL, IOWA D-O-T, MOVILLE AND SGT. BLUFF POLICE AND SALIX FIRE AND AMBULANCE ALL ASSISTED WITH THE WOODBURY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IN THE INVESTIGATION.———————————————————-Updated 2:40 pm 3/30/18IT TOOK JUST TWO HOURS FOR WOODBURY COUNTY AUTHORITIES TO CAPTURE THE SUSPECT WHO ALLEGEDLY ROBBED THE UNITED BANK OF IOWA IN MOVILLE OVER THE NOON HOUR FRIDAY.SHERIFF DAVE DREW SAYS THE SUSPECT WAS INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT ON A GRAVEL ROAD NEAR SALIX AND WAS INJURED.AUTHORITIES TOOK THE WHITE MALE SUSPECT INTO CUSTODY AND HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO MERCY MEDICAL CENTER FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT.DREW SAYS THE SUSPECT CAME INTO THE MOVILLE BANK JUST BEFORE 12:30, DEMANDED MONEY AND FLED IN A BLACK B-M-W WHICH WAS REPORTEDLY STOLEN FROM POLK COUNTY.NO WEAPON WAS DISPLAYED AND NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED IN THE ROBBERY.THE SUSPECT’S NAME HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED.———————————————————WOODBURY COUNTY AUTHORITIES ARE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECT WHO ROBBED THE UNITED BANK OF IOWA IN MOVILLE DURING THE NOON HOUR FRIDAY.AUTHORITIES SAY THE WHITE MALE SUSPECT CAME INTO THE BANK, DEMANDED MONEY AND FLED.SHERIFF DAVE DREW SAYS NO WEAPON WAS DISPLAYED.THE SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS AROUND SIX FEET TALL BETWEEN 40 AND 50 YEARS OLD WEARING A BLUE SHIRT AND TAN CARGO PANTS.THE SUSPECT FLED IN A BLACK CAR WHICH IS DESCRIBED AS A B-M-W STOLEN FROM POLK COUNTY WITH IOWA LICENSE D-D-J-0-9-7.NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED IN THE ROBBERY.PHOTO COURTESY KMEG/KPTH
Arsenal Europa League last 16 draw: Arsenal to face AC Milan, Dortmund get Salzburg Goal Last updated 1 year ago 20:18 2/23/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(13) Getty/Goal Arsenal UEFA Europa League Milan Borussia Dortmund Atlético Madrid The Gunners take on the side that dumped them out of the Champions League in 2012, with Gennaro Gattuso’s men at home in the first leg Arsenal have been drawn against Serie A side AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League.The Gunners narrowly overcame Ostersunds in the second leg of their last-32 tie, with Sead Kolasinac’s goal ensuring that, despite being beaten 2-1 on the night , they advanced through 4-2 on aggregate.Milan, meanwhile, were comfortable winners over two legs as they claimed a 4-0 aggreage win over Ludogorets – Fabio Borini scoring the only goal of the night at San Siro in the return meeting on February 22. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Arsene Wenger’s side last faced Milan in the Champions League back in 2012, with the Premier League side dumped out 4-3 on aggregate despite winning the second leg of that last-16 tie 3-0.Laurent Koscielny is the only Arsenal player that still plays for the club since that last meeting – the French defender was even on the scoresheet that night, along with Tomas Rosicky and Robin van Persie.Elsewhere in the draw, Dortmund will face RB Salzburg – the Bundesliga side advancing past Atalanta in a game marred by alleged racial chants aimed at on-loan striker Michy Batshuayi .Atletico Madrid have been drawn alongside Russian outfit Lokomotiv Moscow, and Ligue 1 side Marseille will take on another La Liga side in the form of Athletic Bilbao.The ties will take place on the weeks of March 8 and March 15, with the quarter-final draw to follow on March 16 in Nyon.Europa League last 16 draw in full Match First Leg Second Leg Lazio vs Dynamo Kyiv March 8 March 15 RB Leipzig vs Zenit March 8 March 15 Atletico Madrid vs Lokomotiv Moscow March 8 March 15 CSKA Moscow vs Lyon March 8 March 15 Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao March 8 March 15 Sporting CP vs Viktoria Plzen March 8 March 15 Dortmund vs Salzburg March 8 March 15 AC Milan vs Arsenal March 8 March 15 *Dates and times subject to change.
Press Trust of India New DelhiAugust 4, 2019UPDATED: August 5, 2019 21:25 IST Vinesh Phogat won gold at Poland Open wrestling tournament. (IANS Photo)HIGHLIGHTSVinesh Phogat won gold at Poland Open wrestling tournamentVinesh prevailed 3-2 over local wrestler Roksana in the finalShe had also won gold at Grand Prix of Spain and at the Yasar Dogu InternationalStar India grappler Vinesh Phogat has bagged her third consecutive gold in women’s 53kg category after winning the Poland Open wrestling tournament in Warsaw.The 24-year-old prevailed 3-2 over local wrestler Roksana in the final of the competition.Vinesh had earlier beaten Sofia Mattson of Sweden, the Rio Olympics bronze medallist, in the quarterfinals of this international tournament.The top Indian woman wrestler had stood atop the podium at Grand Prix of Spain and at the Yasar Dogu International at Istanbul, Turkey last month.Former national hockey captain Viren Rasquinha, who is also involved with Olympic Gold Quest, congratulated Vinesh on her success.Also Read | Let’s not talk about boycott but dropping shooting from CWG also unfair: Sakshi MalikAlso Read | Caster Semenya barred from competing in 800m at world championships Also SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get 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. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow Vinesh PhogatFollow Poland Open Next Vinesh Phogat wins 3rd successive gold in 53kg in Poland OpenVinesh Phogat, who had beaten Sofia Mattson of Sweden, the Rio Olympics bronze medallist, in the quarterfinals, won a gold medal at the Poland Open wrestling tournament.advertisement
zoomImage Courtesy: DSLNG GAC Taiwan has secured an agency contract from Indonesia’s liquefied natural gas provider Donggi Senoro Liquefied Natural Gas (DSLNG).Under the deal, GAC Taiwan would handle DSLNG’s vessel calls and provide discharge agency and husbandry services at the ports of Taichung and Yung An.The contract win comes after the steady growth of agency business for all types of vessels, including LNG carriers, since the opening of GAC Taiwan’s shipping office in Kaohsiung in January 2017.“Our established track record in providing ship agency services and strong commitment to HSSE (Health, Safety, Security and the Environment) enable us to meet the specialised and safety requirements of sophisticated LNG carriers,” Kenny So, GAC Taiwan’s Managing Director, said.“Winning the DSLNG business reinforces our optimism about the future of the LNG agency business in Taiwan, which is the world’s fifth largest LNG buyer. We expect the number of LNG calls to rise, as Taiwan increases its LNG imports to drive power sector growth,” So added.
WASHINGTON, United States of America – A few holes have already been blown into the story of why Donald Trump fired the director of the FBI — with some self-inflicted blasts coming from the president himself.Doubt was cast Thursday on about five elements of the story.The White House had stated the following: the FBI’s Russia investigation was no big deal, the investigation was unrelated to James Comey’s ouster, the ouster came at the behest of a senior Justice Department official, it helped boost morale at the FBI, and before being canned the director promised Trump he wasn’t being investigated.One by one, the story’s pillars wobbled.—One: The White House tossed aside the main rationale from the previous day — that the firing happened because some official recommended it in the Justice Department. It’s the explanation offered by Vice-President Mike Pence, as well as the initial one from several White House spokespeople.Turns out, it was Trump’s idea. He’d been planning it for a while, he asked for the recommendation, and why do the details of this matter, a White House spokeswoman shrugged 24 hours later.“Like, why are we arguing about the semantics?” Sarah Sanders told Thursday’s daily briefing.“Instead of getting so lost in the process — ‘Did this happen at 12:01 or 12:02? Did he fire him because he wore a red tie or a blue tie?’ — (Trump) fired him because he was not fit to do the job. It’s that simple.”In an interview with NBC, Trump said he’d been planning to sack Comey no matter what the recommendation said: “I was going to fire regardless … (Comey)’s a showboat, he’s a grandstander, the FBI has been in turmoil.”Trump said he had dinner with the director.—Two: At that dinner, he asked Comey whether he was under FBI investigation. He said Comey assured him that he was not, personally, under investigation. Multiple news reports have cited sources close to Comey saying he would never have made such a guarantee.The new acting director of the FBI did not make that guarantee when asked at a Senate hearing.He appeared before the same committee conducting a Russia probe. Members of the committee have begun asking questions about Trump’s business ties. For instance, they’ve requested documents from the same anti-foreign money laundering unit, within the Treasury Department, that fined Trump Taj Mahal casino $10 million in 2015 for long-standing violations.Comey could be asked about this if he appears before lawmakers, who want to question him. Some are also raising questions about the propriety of Trump pressing the police for information about himself.—Three: The White House insisted the firing has no bearing on the FBI’s Russia investigation.Unless, maybe, it does.Trump’s spokeswoman has suggested it could speed things up: “We want this to come to its conclusion, we want it to come to its conclusion with integrity,” Sanders said of the probe on foreign influence in the 2016 election.“And we think that we’ve actually, by removing director Comey, taken steps to make that happen.”The investigation will proceed as planned, according to the FBI director. Andrew McCabe said the firing will have no effect, testifying before a Senate committee: “Quite simply put, sir, you cannot stop the men and women of the FBI from doing the right thing, protecting the American people, and upholding the Constitution.”—Four: The previous day, the White House called the Russia probe a minor matter — Sanders called it one of the smallest things on the FBI’s plate. Not so, says its acting director.“I would not (say that),” McCabe told the Senate hearing. “We consider it to be a highly significant investigation.”—Five: The White House suggested morale was low at the FBI, requiring a personnel change.But the new interim boss, McCabe, testified Thursday: “I can tell you that I hold Director Comey in the absolute highest regard. I have the highest respect for his considerable abilities and his integrity and it has been the greatest privilege and honour in my professional life to work with him. I can tell you also that director Comey enjoyed broad support within the FBI and still does until this day.”He did concede there were internal disputes about how the Hillary Clinton email investigation was handled.And some involve him.An investigation by the Department of Justice’s inspector general was launched in January into whether McCabe should have been involved in the email case. That’s because his wife Jill McCabe ran for the Virginia state senate in 2015, and reportedly received a large contribution — $500,000 — from a group with ties to the Clinton-friendly governor.Democrats focused on the president, the FBI, and Russia.They have threatened to delay proceedings in the Senate unless they get a few demands met. One is a special prosecutor to examine Trump’s Russia ties. Another is a briefing from the Justice Department official who wrote the memo recommending the firing.They have been promised a briefing next week.“Tuesday night’s (firing) was a shocking development. The timing of director Comey’s dismissal, to me and to many members on this committee, on both sides of the aisle, is especially troubling,” said Sen. Mark Warner, of the intelligence committee.“It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that the president’s decision to remove director Comey was related to this investigation and that is truly unacceptable.”
OTTAWA — Canada and Mexico are dealing with lingering hard feelings over last summer’s surprise Mexican trade deal with the United States as their new continental trade pact awaits a final stamp of political approval.Two weeks ago, the head of a visiting delegation of Canadian parliamentarians told the newly installed Mexican foreign minister his country threw Canada “under the bus” last August when it forged a bilateral trade deal with the United States during the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.A top Mexican trade official tells The Canadian Press that while there may have been a misunderstanding, the U.S. side deal was the work of the previous Mexican government, and Canada and Mexico’s new leaders are moving forward constructively.The side deal between the U.S. and Mexico appeared to blindside the Trudeau government, forcing Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland to abort a three-country trip to Europe.Canada and U.S. negotiators reached an 11th-hour agreement that was signed two months later on Nov. 30 by the country’s three leaders — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Donald Trump and former Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto, who was on his last official day in office.The deal must now be ratified by the legislatures of all three countries, but with turmoil in Washington, and a slowly-shuttering political window in Ottawa with a fall federal election on the horizon, that is far from certain.Moreover, Canada and Mexico insist the Trump administration will have to lift its punishing tariffs on their steel and aluminum exports, which the mercurial president imposed under a controversial national security clause in U.S. trade law both countries say was illegal.Canadian and Mexican politicians have been holding a series of regular meetings and exchanges, including a two-day session of parliamentarians in Ottawa this week, and a gathering of the ParlAmericas group, a network of legislators from 35 Western Hemisphere countries, earlier this month.The head of Canadian ParlAmericas chapter, Liberal MP Bob Nault, expressed Canada’s dissatisfaction about last August’s Mexican side deal with the country’s new foreign minister, Marcelo Ebrard, during the organization’s Mexico City meeting earlier this month.“We did say very clearly in our last meeting in Mexico with the foreign affairs minister that we were frustrated with the feeling that Mexico was sort of moving away from the trilateral agreement,” Nault said in an interview.Nault said he was concerned about “the way it unfolded at the end,” and a perception “that Canada got thrown under the bus by Mexico.” He said that represented a break from “what we originally felt was the approach, that is, Mexico and Canada had to be very close to each other to make sure we got a good deal for our countries and make sure the U.S. didn’t overtake us.”The Canadian Press has previously reported, citing anonymous sources, that Freeland gave Mexican negotiators an upbraiding over their bilateral deal during an August meeting in Washington.“I think it’s getting better,” Nault said this week of the relationship. “Overall, we both have the same position: we want the tariffs removed. We want them removed now. We want to move forward with ratification.”Luz Maria de la Mora, Mexico’s deputy trade minister, acknowledged the past Canadian complaints, but she said the two countries are moving forward constructively.“That was part of the negotiation process … right now, it’s over,” de la Mora said in an interview.“The previous administration in Mexico was responsible for doing that. But at the end of the day, it might have been the case that it actually helped the process.”The Mexico-U.S. side deal marked the start of nearly two months of intense talks between Canadian and American negotiators because the Trump administration imposed a Sept. 30 deadline for Canada to sign on to the U.S.-Mexico pact or potentially be cast adrift.De la Mora succeeded Juan Carlos Baker, one of Mexico’s top negotiators, when the new Mexican government of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was sworn in on Dec. 1.Lopez Obrador won the Mexican presidency in July, branding himself a socialist reformer dedicated to ending decades of corruption and improving the plight of Mexican workers. His term didn’t begin until Dec. 1, which left a window for the Pena Nieto government to finish negotiating a trade deal that Lopez Obrador would have to sell to his country’s lawmakers.During the transition, members of Lopez Obrador’s team joined the Mexican negotiators, but de la Mora said they acted as observers, not participants. She said that extended to the Mexican decision to move forward with a bilateral deal with Canada.“We were not involved in that decision at all,” de la Mora said.“If at some point during the negotiations there were misunderstandings or miscommunications, those moments are over.”She cited the fact that half a dozen of her cabinet colleagues visited Ottawa in November before they were sworn in, in order to forge a good working relationship.“It would be very positive that the three countries have this agreement approved this year, really. It would be something that would send a really good signal to the markets.”Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press
by The Canadian Press Posted Dec 7, 2016 5:27 am MDT Last Updated Dec 7, 2016 at 1:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email A Dollarama store is seen Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in Montreal. Dollarama Inc. saw its third-quarter profit grow to nearly $110.1 million compared with nearly $100.1 million in the same quarter a year ago. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson Dollarama says China’s soft economy helping to offset currency challenge MONTREAL – Dollarama says China’s soft economy is helping the discount retailer offset the challenges of a weakened Canadian dollar and higher freight costs.“The Chinese economy does remain soft from our perspective, which provides us with some opportunities to purchase goods at favourable prices to offset some of these headwinds,” CEO Neil Rossy said Wednesday in a conference call to discuss the company’s third-quarter results.The Montreal-based company said expects to maintain high margins over the coming year as it continues to introduce more items priced at $3.50 and $4.The initial flow of higher priced goods since the summer focused on holiday items and toys, but Rossy said Dollarama buyers are on the hunt for deals in other categories.Meanwhile, Dollarama defended its decision to hike the price of chocolate bars, saying it could no longer absorb the higher cost of raw materials.“The cost of those goods went up for North America as a whole and so we can’t escape raw material costs or industry costs as they rise,” he said.Dollarama (TSX:DOL) increased the price of the popular snack by five cents to 82 cents in September following a sharp increase in the prices of key ingredients.Lower production in Africa have pushed up cocoa prices 10 per cent since January, reaching a new four-year high, according to Mintec, a commodities data company.“We like to push as long as we can and be the last to move but at some point, you have to move in order to still be a productive company,” Rossy said.Dollarama beat expectations as its third-quarter profit grew to $110.1 million or 92 cents per share compared with $100.1 million or 78 cents per share in the same quarter a year ago.Analysts had expected a profit of 86 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters.Revenue for the quarter for the quarter ended Oct. 30 totalled $738.7 million, up from $664.5 million.The growth came as the company reported comparable store sales grew 5.1 per cent.The retailer added 18 net new stores during its third quarter to reach 1,089 locations across the country.
Ohio State redshirt senior defensive end Tyquan Lewis chases Michigan quarterback John O’Korn during the first half of the teams’ game on Nov. 25. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorANN ARBOR, Mich. — All hope for No. 9 Ohio State seemed lost. Down six points to Michigan with 6:07 remaining in the third quarter, quarterback J.T. Barrett fell to the ground, injured, and limped off under his own power. He walked to the locker room, taking with him up the tunnel, it seemed, the Buckeyes’ hopes of extending their five-game win streak against their archrival.Enter redshirt freshman Dwayne Haskins, the quarterback some fans wanted Barrett benched for earlier in the season. He took Ohio State’s offense down the field, scrambled for 22 yards, then running back J.K. Dobbins capped the drive off with a 1-yard touchdown run to give the Buckeyes a 21-20 advantage, their first lead of the game.Following a Sean Nuernberger missed field goal that would’ve extended the Ohio State lead to 27-20, quarterback John O’Korn missed his intended receiver and safety Jordan Fuller intercepted the pass. A 35-yard Dobbins run and 25-yard Mike Weber touchdown with 1:44 remaining sealed a 31-20 victory against the Wolverines Saturday afternoon.For the first time all game, a tense head coach Urban Meyer was able to take his hands off his knees and relax, for his team extended its win streak against Michigan to six games and kept his record against Michigan and head coach Jim Harbaugh unblemished.Haskins went 6-for-7 for 94 yards. He also took three rushes for 24 yards. The Buckeyes were 8-for-16 converting third downs, and Haskins moved the chains on 5-of-7 third downs.Before exiting the game, Barrett completed 3-of-8 passes for 30 yards. He hit tight end Marcus Baugh for a 25-yard touchdown to tie the game at 14 in the second quarter. Barrett also rushed 15 times for 67 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Dobbins led the game with 15 rushing yards on 101 carries and Weber had 12 rushes for 57 yards.Ohio State’s hot-and-cold offense picked up 123 yards combined on its fourth and fifth drives. But in its seven other drives with Barrett quarterbacking the offense, the Buckeyes combined for minus-3 yards.Ohio State quarterback helped off the field in the third quarter of the Buckeyes’ game against Michigan Saturday. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State’s offensive inconsistency began early in the game, and it was combined with a defense that allowed two early touchdowns.In the first quarter, the Buckeyes’ hopes of beating Michigan seemed fleeting. The futile offense accumulated minus-6 yards, the least in Meyer’s tenure at Ohio State. The Wolverines piled on 105 yards and a touchdown, before extending the lead to 14-0 on the first play of the second quarter.But the game started to turn when Barrett drove the Buckeyes 75 yards in 11 plays and capped off the march with a 21-yard touchdown scramble on 3rd-and-9. Ohio State forced Michigan to punt, then took just three plays to score a game-tying touchdown when Barrett found tight end Marcus Baugh for a 25-yard pass. The Buckeyes did not have a single drive for more than nine yards with Barrett behind center after their touchdowns, though.Michigan quarterback John O’Korn struggled to hit open receivers, but used play-action passes to confuse Ohio State’s defense at times and went 17-for-32 for 195 yards. He hit tight end Sean McKeon for a 3-yard touchdown pass, his only score of the game.The Wolverines’ offensive success was fueled on the ground, though. Running back Chris Evans led Michigan with 11 carries for 67 yards, including a 24-yard run on his team’s first scoring drive. Running back Karan Higdon added 11 rushes for 55 yards, including a two-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward blocked the extra point attempt, preventing Michigan from taking a seven-point lead with 7:07 remaining in the third quarter. He also had eight tackles and led the game with two pass breakups.Fullback Khalid Hill added 11 yards on five carries and he ran up the middle for a 2-yard touchdown to open up the game’s scoring with 6:02 remaining in the first quarter.Ohio State will head to Indianapolis to take on Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game at 8:17 p.m. Saturday.
TBV Lemgo were favorites in the match against Gummersbach due to the absence of a big number of important names in Gummersbach’s roster. After Schlinder and Mahe were out from before, now recently added to the injury list are Vedran Zrnic and pivot Lutzelberger. This was used by TBV Lemgo and led by Hermann with 6 goals have won 30:25, and moved now to the 13th place with 8 points, just one more than Neuhausen, a team that is marked for relegation at the moment.In the second game today, MT Melsungen came back after trailing by even 3 and 4 goals at home against Lubbecke and won with 32:28. Vasilakis had 10 goals for the hosts, while Niemeyer and Wilke led Lubbecke with 7 goals.This makes now 4th win in a row for Melsungen and 4th defeat in a row for Lubbecke, something the away team has to take care about very soon before it gets ugly. ← Previous Story ASOBAL (Round 12): Anaitasuna with a surprise win away at Cuenca! Next Story → Almost 13.000 fans have decided: Filip Jicha is the World’s Best Player 2012! gummersbachlemgolubbeckelutzelbergermahemelsungenniemeyerschindlervasilakiszrnic
Updated at 9.10amTHE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Committee is writing to the former board members of the CRC this week, with a view to calling them back before the panel to answer further questions on the issue of the €742,000 pension and pay-off package handed to former CEO Paul Kiely.It emerged in a committee hearing last week that €700,000 of the amount paid to Kiely was taken from the CRC’s charitable fund, the ‘Friends and Supporters’ group. The package included a €200,000 tax-free lump-sum and a €273,336 taxable payment, amounting to €473,336.Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, PAC member Simon Harris said the appearance was necessary as the panel had previously been “misled and possibly lied to” as it examined the payments controversy at the Clontarf clinic.“We’ve heard from members of the former board of the CRC who seem to have left their memories at the door,” the Fine Gael TD said.Harris was also asked about reports that documents relating to Kiely’s deal had gone missing, and admitted that the HSE had told the committee “they were having difficulty locating some minutes”.“We’ve seen the minutes of the famous meeting on the 25 March [at which the payments package was agreed]. We need to see the minutes of the renumeration committee, we need to hear the details of the pension presentation Mr Kiely made to the board.”Harris said that he hoped the former chair of the CRC Hamilton Goulding would provide all documentation and board minutes he had to the Public Accounts Committee, after Goulding said yesterday in a radio interview that he would to so.“I would really urge Mr Goulding to do so today,” Harris said.Outstanding questionsIn the wake of Goulding’s interview on RTÉ’s This Week yesterday, Harris said last night that the former CRC chair still had “a number of outstanding questions to answer”.Among the questions set out by Harris were:Why was Kiely never asked to take a pay-cut by the Board of the CRC?How did Goulding not know for a significant period of time [what] Mr Kiely’s salary [was]?How did Goulding “manage to preside over an organisation which managed to have €12 million in reserve and yet refused to provide some of the service necessary to its clients”?Why do “we have no information on what Goulding, and his colleagues on the board did, in relation to HSE letters they received warning them that they were not in in compliance”?In relation to the transfer of money from a charity account, the Friends and Supporters of the CRC, to Kiely, does Goulding view this as an acceptable transfer and did he seek advice in relation to the legality of the issue?Meanwhile, there have been conflicting reports as to whether Kiely intends to pay back part of his six-figure pay and pension package.Quoting friends of the former CRC chief executive, The Irish Daily Mail reports this morning that he would be willing to hand back some of the money. The Sunday Independent, also referencing sources close to Kiely, reported yesterday that he had no intention of doing so.Additional reporting, Aoife Barry.First posted at 8.50am.Read: Cowen: Kiely had no ‘hand, act or part’ in running of FFRead: Noonan: ‘On face of it’, CRC money should be paid backRead: CRC: What we found out at the Public Accounts Committee hearings
The president of the Council of State, Panayiotis Pikrammenos, was Thursday appointed to lead a caretaker government to take the country to fresh elections.During his visit to President Karolos Papoulias, who gave him the mandate to form a government, the 67-year-old described his task as “a difficult burden” but thanked the president for entrusting him with it. “Our country is experiencing difficult times.We must safeguard its standing and its smooth transition to a new government,” he said. The eminent judge allowed himself some levity, noting that the media had decided that his name, meaning“embittered,” meant he was well suited for his role. Later Pikrammenos was sworn in at the Presidential Palace before meeting outgoing Premier Lucas Papademos for the handover.With Pikrammenos’s cabinet to be sworn in at 10 a.m., rumors were flying last night about who it would comprise.Also Thursday, at 11 a.m., the MPs elected to Parliament in the May 6 polls are to be sworn in. They will not be MPs for long as, after the appointment of a parliament speaker on Friday, the House will be dissolved and elections called. Most MPs are expected to be re-elected despite a change in the voting procedure. In previous elections voters could elect specific MPs from a party but in the June polls the candidates will be on a fixed party list and will be elected based on the share of the vote that their party gets in their constituency. Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Matthew : la tempête fait 11 morts au Venezuela et au MexiqueAccompagnée de pluies diluviennes, la tempête tropicale Matthew qui a atteint vendredi l’Amérique centrale s’est faite meurtrière lors de son passage au Venezuela où elle aurait entraîné la mort de huit personnes. Au Mexique, ce sont trois personnes qui ont perdu la vie.Dans la nuit de vendredi à samedi, Matthew a balayé le Venezuela où la tempête a tué une femme et six enfants appartenant tous à la même famille, dans le quartier populaire d’Antimano à Caracas. Vingt-quatre maisons de la zone ont été sérieusement endommagées. Selon une annonce du ministre de l’Intérieur Tareck El Aissami, la huitième victime est un homme de 70 ans qui a été entraîné par un courant dans l’État de Sucre, au nord-est du pays. Huit personnes ont par ailleurs été portées disparues.À lire aussiQuand une cascade se met à couler à l’envers en EcosseLa tempête a touché le Mexique samedi, et trois personnes ont péri dans l’effondrement d’une maison dans un village de la région du Chiapas, à la frontière du Guatemala. Accompagnée de pluies torrentielles, Matthew, qui avait pénétré vendredi dans le nord-est du Nicaragua se trouvait samedi à environ 130 kilomètres à l’intérieur des terres. Ses vents soufflaient à 85km/h d’après le Centre national des ouragans (NHC), .En passant au-dessus de Belize, la tempête a été rétrogradée en dépression tropicale, ses vents ne soufflant plus qu’à 55 km/h. La région connaît sa pire saison des pluies depuis soixante ans. Des intempéries qui ont déjà fait 300 morts, des milliers de sinistrés et causé des dégâts catastrophiques. Le 27 septembre 2010 à 15:42 • Emmanuel Perrin
Killed UP Chairman Nahidul Hossain Molla. Photo: UNBA group of unidentified miscreants early Friday shot a Union Parishad chairman to death at his residence in Kalia upazila of Narail district.Deceased Nahidul Hossain Molla, 48, was the chairman of Hamidpur Union Parishad in the upazila.He was shot at his residence around 4:00am. Later, he was taken to Khulna Medical College Hospital where he died under treatment.Poli Khanam, wife of Nahid Molla, said her husband was asleep on the first floor of their residence in Dighalia union. “Hearing the gunshot we hurried to his room and found him groaning after being shot.”Kalia police station officer in-charge Md Samsher Ali said, “Nahid Molla was shot in his waist. The police from the Narail and Dighalia kept the area confined.”
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. January 21, 2009 The Obama AdministrationBarack Hussein Obama taking the oath of office is a historic moment in myriad ways. As the first African-American to become president of the United States, his inauguration is a mighty symbol of American flexibility and optimism as we face unprecedented economic and political challenges at home and abroad.But Obama’s ascension to the nation’s highest office is much more than symbolic. His administration will be very different from the Bush regime it replaces and likely from the Clinton era as well. Those differences will be very real and will have an enormous effect on businesses small and large.His selection of a national chief technology officer will bring new focus to technology as an enabler of success. Not surprisingly, at bMighty, we think that’s a good thing. Similarly, Obama’s choices of Julius Genachowski to head the FCC and Janet Napolitano as chief of Homeland Security will affect how businesses use and secure technology and information. Karen Mills at the SBA may also have an impact on your business.The inauguration of a new president isn’t just inspiring spectacle. It’s also the start of real, substantive change that will have a big impact on your business — and given our financial pickle and the rising role of technology, perhaps even more so this time around.New SBA LeadershipKaren Mills’ appointment to head the SBA is intriguing. Obama’s swift choice indicates he’s serious about working with “Main Street,” but can a venture capitalist run the SBA?Mills was a founding partner/managing director of Solera Capital, a New York-based venture capital firm. She’s also a Harvard Business School graduate, president of private equity investment firm MMP Group, and, significantly, not a career politician. As marketing consultant Scott Testa says, “Venture capitalists by nature are risk takers, and it is an extremely competitive business. This administration may need to take some risks to help this very important component of the economy.”Though Mills’ experience is more ambitious entrepreneur than stereotypical mom-and-pop shop, that may be just what the SBA needs to inject new ideas and resources — and, in turn, boost the ailing economy.Technologist In ChiefThat Obama will have a CTO represents a huge step forward for government and technology. It sends the signal that technology is a priority for this administration. That Google CEO Eric Schmidt, rumored as a leading candidate, publically declared he didn’t want the job indicates the limited authority of the role in practice. But policy and budget limitations don’t diminish the importance of having a formal role for setting our national technology vision.Even a tech-savvy White House can’t compete with the technological innovation and flair of Silicon Valley, but Obama already has demonstrated a better grasp of how to harness IT than we’ve come to expect from government. From his dogged fight to keep his BlackBerry to his campaign’s use of text messaging and YouTube to his transition team’s use of Salesforce CRM Ideas to power a “citizen’s briefing book” for gathering ideas, Obama and his organization seek technology to boost productivity, extend reach, enhance transparency, and foster collaboration — a perspective long overdue inside the beltway.Whether the West Wing will adopt cloud computing remains to be seen, but some of the tech-centric initiatives you may see include R&D tax credits, more H-1B visas, expanded broadband access, support for net neutrality, more open source software, emphasis on green technologies and alternative energy, and patent reform.Worldwide Financial CrisisThe latter part of Obama’s campaign was about the economy — everything else took a backseat. Since his election, he’s taken a more active role than previous presidents-elect because of the fragility of not only the U.S. economy, but the global economy. Make no mistake, the financial crisis is the issue for the incoming administration; how Obama handles this issue will define his presidency.But despite all the talk of rescue packages for everyone from automakers to pornmakers, don’t expect a bailout for the more than 25 million U.S. small businesses. That doesn’t mean that the new administration doesn’t have plans to boost small business. Front and center is an expansion of the SBA loan program. There are also tax credits, a national incubator program, small-business health care tax credit, and a number of WPA-style programs that may offer opportunities for small businesses.But no one stimulus program is going to fix the economy. There are too many holes in the metaphorical dike to plug one at a time: from markets to mortgages to toxic assets to trade deficits to tight credit. The acclaim for Obama’s economic team has been widespread and the emphasis on economy first sends a message of calm and confidence that — let’s all hope — translates to the change and hope we’ve been hearing about.Privacy & SecuritySince President Bush signed the USA Patriot Act on Oct. 26, 2001, it has generated controversy — notably about government access to personal information. Originally, the act was intended to expire in 2003, but the bill has been reauthorized several times. So what will Obama do with the Patriot Act? He’s voted for reauthorization bills, but only with changes to prevent abuse of authority. Yet he supports a Patriot Act that strengthens civil liberties. Can Obama have it both ways?Obama has pushed for increased FTC funding specifically to fight cybercrime. He’s also vowed to create a transparent and connected democracy.Janet Napolitano’s appointment to lead Homeland Security could be groundbreaking. As governor of Arizona, she made controversial decisions on illegal immigration. As a Democrat in a heavily Republican state, she earned a reputation for practicality and her ability to work with both parties.That Obama is the first “wired” president spawned the term Obama 2.0. Considering how Obama spread info during his campaign, his administration is likely to set new precedents for electronic information.The Presidential BlackBerryAs this slideshow makes clear, the Obama administration is positioned to have a dramatic impact on American business and technology.Most of that is through actual policy decisions. But some of it, like the new president’s devotion to his BlackBerry, are mostly symbolic. But don’t think that doesn’t matter. The importance of the presidential bully pulpit has long been recognized, and Obama’s embrace of technology — from green tech to mobile e-mail and beyond — is already making a big difference.The New York Times estimates that Obama’s BlackBerry addiction is worth $50 million to Research In Motion, partly because the company is not paying for the endorsement. Of course, Obama may still have to surrender the BlackBerry to security concerns, and it’s unlikely that your company will get such a boost.But make no mistake, the new commander in chief is all about technology. And you can bet that emphasis will trickle down and affect the business world in all sorts of ways — including as a vital tool to help you beat the recession. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global 6 min read Register Now »
Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Improve Patient Outcome & Safety: Holographic overlays increase surgical precision and reduce time spent in the operating room. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | February 14, 2019 Medivis Launches SurgicalAR Augmented Reality Platform Platform fuses medical imaging data in holographic overlays to increase surgical precision Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Make Better Decisions, Faster: AR brings raw imaging data to life in a hands-free spatial environment, making accurate, real-time decision making possible; and Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more February 14, 2019 — Medical imaging and visualization company Medivis officially unveiled SurgicalAR, its augmented reality (AR) technology platform for surgical applications, at the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual meeting, Feb. 11-15 in Orlando, Fla.Leveraging Microsoft HoloLens, SurgicalAR enables physicians to overlay images directly onto the patient, allowing for superior precision and real-time decision making — in and out of the operating room. With SurgicalAR, physicians can now further mitigate surgical complications and ensure patient safety. The company is also announcing it has closed a $2.3 million seed round led by Initialized Capital.Medivis CEO Osamah Choudhry, M.D., noted how surgeons today still rely on 2-D images to display patient data, requiring practitioners to turn their visual attention away from the patient. 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MANILA, Philippines (AP) – The Philippine military says Muslim militants have ambushed an army patrol on a restive southern island, wounding seven soldiers.Regional army commander Col. Charlie Galvez blamed al-Qaida-linked Abu Sayyaf militants for Tuesday’s ambush on Basilan Island. He says the attackers want to sabotage the peace process between the government and the main Muslim rebel group, which last year agreed to lay down arms in exchange for broad autonomy. Sponsored Stories Top holiday drink recipes Men’s health affects baby’s health too Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Basilan is a stronghold of the Abu Sayyaf, which is notorious for bombings and kidnappings. There is hope that the peace deal between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front would isolate the Abu Sayyaf and help U.S.-backed Philippine troops finish off the militants.Galvez said helicopters used by the U.S. military evacuated some of the wounded troops from Basilan.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Comments Share Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact PHOENIX — The Arizona Cardinals drafted O’Brien Schofield in 2010 knowing he was still recovering from a torn ACL suffered at the Senior Bowl. They knew he would need time to round into form, but viewed him as a developmental pick, someone who they could snag at a lower draft position than his skill set would dictate because of the fact that he was not ready to play yet.Schofield appeared in 10 games as a rookie, tallying 2 sacks, then added another 4.5 in 16 games in 2011. He appeared in just nine games the following season, but picked up 4 sacks. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The following training camp, with a new coaching staff in charge, he was cut just after taking the field for the annual conditioning test. The team had just signed veteran John Abraham and needed a roster spot.“For the longest (time), that used to drive me crazy to even think about it because I felt like I had done enough for the organization that I would have got more decency of how they let me go,” Schofield, now a Seattle Seahawk, said at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Tuesday at the US Airways Center. “But I mean, it’s whatever. I’m a Super Bowl champ. They had to see me twice a year. I know they didn’t want to speak to me the first year and I was perfectly fine with that.“But there’s no need to hold any grudges. I’m still living my dream, I’m still playing ball, I’ve gotten better.”Schofield added his game has grown since walking off the field that day in Arizona, with his coaches not saying a word to him on his way out. It was a tough time for him, but he moved on. He had no choice.In two seasons with Seattle, the former fourth-round pick has appeared in 31 games (395 snaps), racking up 28 total tackles and three QB sacks. ProFootballFocus.com credited him with nine QB hits and 15 QB hurries, as well. – / 38
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