Suspected militants killed a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan inside his house on Wednesday night.The incident took place in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, around 40 km from here. A police official told The Hindu that Rameez Ahmad Parray, the jawan who was posted in Rajasthan, was shot at by three to four militants who barged into his house at Bandipora’s Hajin area. Parray died of bullet wounds later.He had come home on vacation, said the police.
Saso delivered in the clutch for the Philippines when she hit an eagle in the 18th hole, erasing her double bogey in the 17th, to finish with a 13 under after 72 holes for her own personal gold medal.The 17-year-old’s gold medal also pushed her team with Bianca Pagdanganan and Lois Kaye Go to the top spot of the group event.Then just before August ended, Margielyn Didal punched her name into history books, securing the gold medal in the women’s street skateboarding event.Didal capped off her performance with a trick that started of as an ollie before she transitioned into a heelflip to finish with an average of 30.4 points, 5.4 points more than silver medalist Isa Kaya of Japan.RELATED STORIESADVERTISEMENT Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? BREAKING: Corrections officer shot dead in front of Bilibid MANILA, Philippines—Female Filipino athletes Hidilyn Diaz, Yuka Saso, Bianca Pagdanganan, Kaye Go, and Margielyn Didal brought the biggest pride to the nation during the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.ADVERTISEMENT These inspiring women delivered four gold medals—the first time for the Philippines in the continental athletic meet— earning them the no. 1 spot in INQUIRER.net’s top 7 sports stories of 2018.Diaz was already considered a weightlifting power even before the Asian Games as she nabbed the silver in the women’s 53-kilogram category in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, but taking the gold was in Jakarta the brightest moment for the outspoken icon.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionShe broke the gold medal drought when she lifted a total of 207kg and outclassed Turkmenistan’s Kristina Shermetova (2016kg) and Thailand’s Surodchana Khambao (201kg) in the women’s 53-kilogram category.And just five days after Diaz’ triumph, Saso led the Philippines to its second and third gold medals in Indonesia on August 26. LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES strong>INQUIRER SPORTS Top 7 Stories of the Year: SMC sweep INQUIRER SPORTS Top 7 Stories of the Year: Manny Pacquiao back as champINQUIRER SPORTS Top 7 Stories of the Year: #UPFight INQUIRER SPORTS Top 7 Stories of the Year: Ateneo-San Beda dominanceINQUIRER SPORTS Top 7 Stories of the Year: Meggie Ochoa and her Fight to ProtectINQUIRER SPORTS TOP 7 Stories of the year: Team Lakay’s dominance in ONERELATED VIDEO Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Odd offerings in sports in 2018: weird science, camels, soup TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
There have been many one-sided footballing lessons doled out on Champions League nights at Old Trafford over the years, but never before has it been like this.The red tide enveloping opponents was a regular occurrence in the era of Sir Alex Ferguson but against Juventus – referred to as ‘one of Europe’s super teams’ in Jose Mourinho’s programme notes – it was Manchester United suffering as their visitors out-passed, out-ran, out-enthused, out-thought and ultimately outclassed a home side that did little more than sit back and watch the Bianconeri with mouths agape.This was a 1-0 hammering. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! The Old Lady looked her dazzling best in the first half, commanding 68 per cent of the ball and running rings around United at will. Paulo Dybala scored their goal during a period of pressure which saw Juve cut through the home side time and time again.The Argentine had already threatened to score from a similar position, narrowly failing to get the desired contact on a goal-bound header from Juan Cuadrado’s cross after he had initially fed the ball to the Colombian after a probing run which caught Nemanja Matic flat-footed and out of position.Despite that warning, Dybala was allowed to sweep the ball home moments later after Cristiano Ronaldo – on his return to his former club – had seen his cross for Cuadrado half-cleared by Chris Smalling.There was barely any let-up and United looked leggy enough to speculate whether they had actually joined their manager Jose Mourinho in completing a half-mile dash to the stadium following pre-game traffic chaos.They didn’t press, failing to get close to Juve in key areas. There was no urgency, with too many slack balls seeing them surrender possession on the rare occasions they had it.Mourinho had gone with an unchanged side for the first time in 46 matches, sticking with what on paper looked like a more offensive 4-2-3-1 but, in practice, he appeared only to have squandered the chance to win the midfield battle, with none of his four attackers causing any kind of problems for the sturdy Juve defence.At one point around the half-hour mark every single Juventus outfield player had touched the ball more often than everybody in a red shirt. It really was a schooling.The second-half performance was much better from United but they still looked second best. To call their showing after the interval an improvement would be to damn them with faint praise.For as long as the margin remained so slender there was always the outside chance of an equaliser, and hope endured on the Old Trafford terraces. But this was one of those games in which a draw would have been a gut punch to the worthy winners, a ‘Get out of Jail’ card for the team left standing and admiring for so much of the contest.They did finally begin to up the tempo late on and Paul Pogba saw one effort hit the post and squirm away for a corner after coming back off Wojciech Szczesny. And there were the odd individual performances of note, notably from Victor Lindelof.But United didn’t deserve this to be their night. Their first-half performance was not worthy of a late comeback similar to their come-from-behind efforts against Newcastle and Chelsea in their last two fixtures.One-nil going on six. Battered but flattered. This was the affirmation that United still have a long, long way to go to become one of Europe’s ‘super teams’ again.
TUSCALOOSA, AL – OCTOBER 21: Fans cheer as they celebrate in the final seconds of the Alabama Crimson Tide 45-7 win over the Tennessee Volunteers at Bryant-Denny Stadium on October 21, 2017 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Last season, Alabama and Oklahoma battled in the College Football Playoff. Although neither team is set to meet this upcoming season, they could clash as they try to land a commitment from Jordan Banks, a four-star linebacker from Harbor City, California.Banks is the No. 14 outside linebacker in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports’ rankings. He has 16 scholarship offers and is currently considering a handful of Power Five programs.Right now, Banks isn’t ready to commit to any team on his list. However, Alabama and Oklahoma are trending up in the race to land the four-star linebacker.He took an unofficial visit to Alabama’s campus over the weekend and felt a pretty strong connection with the coaching staff. From 247Sports:“I really enjoyed being around the coaching staff and the hospitality they showed me,” Banks said. “They showed me a lot of love and I really love it out there. It’s not just the football program, it’s the school itself that stands out for me.“Alabama is the biggest thing going on there, it’s a total football town and everyone there loves Bama football. I really connected well with the coaching staff and I like how I fit in there and how they plan to use me.”It’s becoming very apparent that Nick Saban knows how to make a strong impression on his recruiting targets.The Crimson Tide weren’t the only school that Banks spoke about, as he revealed his appreciation for the Sooners as well.I already took an official visit to Oklahoma and loved it there. I’m going to try and set up official visits with the other three schools soon here. Right now, I don’t have a 5th school locked in. There are a lot of schools I’m looking at but those four stand out the most for me.Alabama and Oklahoma will make the cut for Banks’ top five schools, which also includes Ohio State and Washington.Banks wants to make his decision sometime in November.[247Sports]
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT–Brain Repair Centre Opens NeuroimagingResearch Lab Researchers and government officials gathered at the QueenElizabeth II (QEII) Health Sciences Centre in Halifax today, Dec.9, to officially open Canada’s newest Neuroimaging ResearchLaboratory, home to one of the most powerful human imagingmagnets in the world. The 4 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system andaccompanying lab hold the potential to advance research thatcould benefit millions of people who suffer from brain disorders. The sophisticated brain-imaging infrastructure complements areasof unique expertise in the region, including the Halifax-basedBrain Repair Centre’s (BRC) neurotransplantation program, theonly centre of its kind in Canada and one of only four worldwide. “This new lab anchors the work of the Brain Repair Centre andreinforces the region’s status as a pioneer in the field of brainrepair research and neuroimaging technology,” said Premier JohnHamm. “The lab represents a potential source of new medicines,new cures, and new life-saving treatments for people around theworld. “The lab is already attracting top-flight researchers to ourgrowing life sciences sector — a brain gain that, over time,will create a broad range of health and economic benefits for theprovince,” the premier added. “This is a model of innovation and collaboration for AtlanticCanada, as well as the rest of the country,” said Allan Rock,Minister of Industry and Minister responsible for the NationalResearch Council (NRC). “The strategic partnership of NRC, with leading researchers andinstitutions in the region, is advancing the frontier ofneuroscience and neuroimaging, firmly positioning Halifax andCanada as leaders in these fields,” said Robert Thibault,Minister of Fisheries and Oceans. The partnership contributed $10.05 million for the development ofa state-of-the-art 4 Tesla MRI system and accompanying researchfacilities. NRC’s contribution of $8.45 million includes $4.2 million for theMRI system and $4 million for several research and technicalpositions and operating costs, ensuring the sustainability of theproject. The NRC-Industrial Research Assistance Program, involvedin the development of phases of the Brain Research Centre, helpeddevelop initial business plans, organizational framework andcluster possibilities, and provided more than $500,000 infunding. The province invested $1.25 million in construction ofthe lab as part of its economic growth strategy, Opportunitiesfor Prosperity, which encourages commercialization of researchand innovation in the life sciences. The QEII Foundation and NRC also contributed $350,000 and$250,000 respectively, to the construction costs on land donatedby Capital Health adjacent to the Halifax Infirmary site of theQEII. “The neuroimaging lab should be a source of pride for both theregion and the rest of Canada,” said Dr. Ivar Mendez, professorand head of the division of neurosurgery at Dalhousie Universityand chair of the BRC. “We now have the best minds working withthe most innovative technology to research ways of curingformerly incurable brain disorders. The future is truly ours tochart.” The ultra-high-field MRI and functional imaging centre givesresearchers the ability to probe further and more effectivelythan ever before, and could lead to research discoveries thatbenefit people around the world who suffer from brain disorderssuch as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and Alzheimer’s diseases,multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, cancer, spinal-cord injury, visiondisorders, stroke and serious mental illness. These advances arealso expected to foster significant commercial potential,including the development of surgical and medical devices,pharmaceutical products, innovative imaging technologies andrelated software, and stem-cell technologies. “As a key partner in this initiative, we are enhancing thestrength of neuroscience researchers and clinicians in the regionand supporting their efforts to improve the diagnosis andtreatment of neurological disorders affecting millions ofCanadians,” said Dr. Arthur Carty, NRC president. “This supportwill pay dividends for science, technology, and the economy.” “Research is an integral part of our mission to improve thehealth and care of Atlantic Canadians,” said Capital Health CEO,Don Ford. “The neuroimaging laboratory will truly be a magnet forrecruiting staff, bringing new opportunities to our region, andultimately benefiting medical science and patient care.” “The work underway at the new lab represents the innovation andcollaboration that has made us unique and a world-renowned centreof excellence in the field,” said Tom Traves, president ofDalhousie University. “The lab provides opportunities for a rangeof training and research activities that will enhance theuniversity’s mission and our connection to the community,” addedDr. Traves. The Brain Repair Centre is a multidisciplinary collaborationlinking world-class researchers and physicians specializing inthe field of brain repair. Individuals involved range fromsurgeons who replace human brain tissue to recover lostcapabilities, to scientists in the field of imaging, stem-cellneurobiology, pharmacology, psychiatry, ophthalmology, neurology,and cognitive neuroscience. The MRI project adds to the growingresearch infrastructure, attracting researchers and physicianswith strong institutional and commercial ties who will sharetheir expertise, resources, and partnerships to advance the fieldof brain repair. The partners represented at the grand opening today — IndustryCanada and the NRC, Nova Scotia Economic Development, CapitalHealth, Dalhousie University, the QEII Foundation, and the BrainRepair Centre — demonstrate the effectiveness of this model ofsuccessful collaboration.
VANCOUVER – Canadian “Arrow” star Stephen Amell is offering to help “in any way, shape or form” as Warner Bros. Television Group investigates allegations of sexual harassment against an executive producer for a number of Vancouver-shot superhero shows.Andrew Kreisberg has been suspended from his work on “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow” amid accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate touching from 19 former and current employees.In a video posted on his Facebook page, Amell said he offered his support to the “Arrow” cast and crew on Monday morning.Amell stressed to them that “if anyone ever feels anything less than 100 per cent safe or anyone feels as though they aren’t allowed to express themselves and be the person that they are, that they should come to whomever they’re supposed to go to and that I’ll stand right beside them, right behind them.”“I’ll speak on their behalf, if need be,” said the Toronto native, who starred in “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.”“I also think that in situations like this, if you’re not an active part of the solution, then you are a part of the problem, period.”The accusations against Kreisberg were first reported by Variety, which did not identify the 15 women and four men, who said they feared retaliation.Kreisberg told Variety: “I have made comments on women’s appearances and clothes in my capacity as an executive producer, but they were not sexualized. Like many people, I have given someone a non-sexual hug or kiss on the cheek.”Kreisberg’s lawyer didn’t immediately return an email seeking comment Tuesday.Both Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. released statements stressing they’re committed to creating a safe working environment for employees and those involved in productions.Amell said he stands behind and fully supports the public statements made by “Arrow” star Emily Bett Rickards and “Supergirl” star Melissa Benoist about the allegations.“Our biggest asset on ‘Arrow’ is our crew, and furthermore, their biggest strength and our biggest strength is working on it as a team,” said Amell.“I think that we can do this because we promote and we champion a safe and progressive work environment.”— With files from The Associated Press.
Marrakech – Here follows the full text of the message addressed on Thursday by King Mohammed VI to the official opening session of the 4th Global Entrepreneurship Summit(Marrakech GES 2014):Praise be to God May peace and blessings be uponthe Prophet, His Kith and Kin Distinguished Heads of State,The Honorable Joseph Biden, Vice President of the United States of America,Honorable Ministers,Distinguished economic operators and civil society representatives,Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen,I am delighted to welcome you all to the Kingdom of Morocco. I also wish to commend the decision to hold this Fifth Global Entrepreneurship Summit here in Marrakech.Founded almost a thousand years ago, this city has, for centuries, nurtured creativity, innovation and progress and played a key role in their mutually beneficial transmission to the Saharan, Arab, Muslim and, finally, European worlds. The Atlantic ports nearby showed a keen interest in the New World at a very early stage.We are proud that this Summit, which was launched in 2009 by President Barack Obama, is being held for the first time on African soil, thereby confirming the calling and ambition of the Kingdom, for which the promotion of its partnership with the African Continent is a well thought-out, irreversible choice.In keeping with its core values and basic principles, Morocco believes wholeheartedly in the Summit’s objectives. It has been devoting its energies to promoting human and sustainable development and investing in entrepreneurship. My country also encourages the sharing of expertise and know-how in addition to the optimization of complementarities, particularly between the countries of the South.Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen,One is not born an entrepreneur; one becomes an entrepreneur by embarking on the road to success in an interactive process involving hard work, learning and a capacity to deal with challenges.Entrepreneurs are people who challenge the established order and the status quo. They do not hesitate to respond – at their own level – to needs that are yet to be identified, that are unmet or that are new.Entrepreneurship and innovation are twin values; they are both springboards for freedom, social mobility and prosperity, provided the business environment is favorable and the required conditions are met.Education is an essential step, a prerequisite for the maturation process that leads people to think critically and to hone their skills so that they are able to seize an economic, technological or social opportunity when they see one.Therefore, it is up to us to provide future generations with an education that goes beyond the mere ‘accumulation-transmission’ process in order to develop creativity, responsiveness and inventiveness.Today, young people have a window open onto the world thanks to new information and communication technology, which makes universal knowledge – both theoretical and applied – an asset shared by all humans.Therefore, I should like to commend and encourage the repositories of knowledge – be they individuals or institutions – that supply our young people, who are eager for personal progress, with knowledge and contents that are accessible to all.They contribute to making knowledge shared online a global social ladder that offers invaluable tools and information for innovation and entrepreneurship to those who were once deprived of them.In an environment where modern means of communication are sometimes perverted to serve reprehensible causes – such as religious radicalization or the promotion of deviant ideologies – it is important to harness and develop those means for the benefit of positive emulation and citizens’ initiatives, through closer cooperation with civil society.Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen,Every nation, culture and community can find in itself motivations for confidence in the future, which is essential to entrepreneurship.I can personally attest that these universal virtues are epitomized by Islam, which champions an optimistic vision of life.Our religion does not object to profit. On the contrary, it encourages the entrepreneurial spirit, personal fulfillment and promotion based on merit. Better still, the institution of the waqf (endowment) is an original form of entrepreneurship, which is rooted in our tradition of inter-generational solidarity.To overcome the pessimism that has plagued our continent, our governments should instill self-confidence in our young people so that they can believe in their ability to learn and to become entrepreneurs. To this end, we need to nurture positive examples and turn success stories into models to emulate.The same applies to female entrepreneurship, which holds so much promise for our economies and our societies that we all need to encourage it; otherwise, we will be depriving ourselves of a huge potential.The entrepreneurial society we look forward to should also ensure equal opportunities for all by inspiring and encouraging women and young people to become entrepreneurs. Their role in this ecosystem would be more effectively valued as a powerhouse of proposals and actions to boost inclusive growth and employment.Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen,We must not confuse technological innovation with technical sophistication. The so-called low-tech innovations – just like more sophisticated technologies – can help us meet specific needs, especially in developing countries.Innovations of this kind are often helpful in terms of supporting social development and improving the well-being of the population.It goes without saying that innovation must not be the exclusive privilege of the rich and the upper classes. Entrepreneurs may also want to turn their attention to low-income consumers, by offering them products and services that are both profitable and tailored to their needs.The telecommunications sector in Africa is a case in point. Through ingenuity and local innovation, specific services and innovative applications have been developed, to the great satisfaction of users.Your Excellencies,Ladies and Gentlemen,As evidenced by the success of the Summits held over the last five years, it is through the exchange of best practices and expertise and the sharing of funding mechanisms and project development approaches that we can achieve collective wealth, since Knowledge is the only resource whose value increases when it is shared.I would like to congratulate all those who have helped make new interactions possible, here in Marrakech today, between policy makers, economic operators, civil society, academics and the media.I am particularly pleased to note that this Summit has brought together a large number of project developers, investors and young entrepreneurs from various backgrounds.In this respect, the “Innovation Village”, set up on the sidelines of the Summit as a dynamic, interactive space, offers young entrepreneurs an ideal platform to present their new ideas and creative projects, and also to share their entrepreneurial experiences.I wish them every success in their endeavors towards ensuring a better future for us all, in a fair, solidarity-based world.Thank you.Wassalamu alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh.
28 December 2007Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appointed a veteran United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) official to help lead the agency as its Deputy Executive Director. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today appointed a veteran United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) official to help lead the agency as its Deputy Executive Director. Saad Houry, a dual Lebanese-Canadian citizen, has been the Director of UNICEF’s Division of Policy and Planning since January 2003, and he is also a member of the agency’s Global Management Team, Programme Management Group and Audit Committee. Mr. Houry began his career with UNICEF in 1978, and has served as its Chief of Staff and as Deputy Regional Director in the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa, located in Jordan. Fluent in Arabic, English and French, he has also undertaken assignments in Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Yemen, Syria and Lebanon. Mr. Houry has also worked for the World Bank and the American University in Beirut. As the lead UN agency for children’s rights, their survival, development and protection, UNICEF is active in 191 countries around the world.
Though she has seen photos of it in the past, seeing the famed Niagara Falls up close and personal left Alycee Byrd in awe.“You don’t realize how big it is until you see it in person,” the third-year exchange student from Greensboro, N.C., said of the popular landmark found in Niagara’s backyard.Byrd was part of a day-trip of more than 50 international and domestic students who made the trek to see the Falls on Jan. 13 with Brock International Services. The timing of the visit was ideal, as students were able to experience the icy wonderland recently created at the Falls by a long cold snap.Brock International hosts a variety of off-campus outings meant to help introduce students to the community.In addition to a stop at the waterfall, the Niagara Falls trip included leisure time in the tourism district and shopping at a local outlet mall.Aside from the Falls, one of the most exciting attractions for Byrd was the Niagara SkyWheel, a ferris wheel in the heart of Clifton Hill that provides a unique, high-vantage point of the area.Despite the frigid temperatures on Saturday, Byrd said she was “warming up to Canada” and looking forward to exploring more of Niagara, as well as visiting Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, while studying at Brock.Details on upcoming community events hosted by Brock International are available on ExperienceBU.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Katie Ledecky won the 200-meter freestyle Friday night at the USA Swimming Winter National Championships, holding off Olympic teammate and training partner Simone Manuel for her third title in three days.Ledecky finished in 1 minute 55.32 seconds, more than two seconds clear of Manuel (1:57.92).“I was happy with my time,” Ledecky said. “It’s a good starting point for the season and I was happy with how I swam it. I will have a lot of good takeaways and a lot of things I can improve on.”Ledecky won the 800 free to open the competition Wednesday and took the 400 free Thursday night. She won gold medals in the 200, 400, and 800 freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympics.Ledecky and Manuel have the same coach, Greg Meehan, and a combined seven gold medals in the Olympics between them. They are scheduled to compete against each other again Saturday in the 100 free, where Manuel is the top seed.“We do 200 free work every Thursday morning together,” Ledecky said. “It’s the one practice where we are doing the same thing. It’s always fun to have somebody like that who’s really competitive, driven and is going for the same goals. We’re on pretty similar schedules and it has been a lot of fun this fall to train with her and be in the same boat as far as meet plans, schedules and training.”Manuel, who won the 50 free on Thursday night, tied for the 100 free gold in Rio and won a silver medal in the 50 free in her first Olympics.Dana Vollmer, who is vying for her fourth Olympic team in 2020, finished fourth in the 100-meter butterfly in 59.38 seconds, which met the qualifying standard time to secure a spot in the Olympic trials in Omaha, Nebraska in June 2020.Vollmer, who has won five gold medals in the Olympics, won the bronze medal in the 100 fly in Rio but hasn’t competed in the event since. The 31-year old is also the mother of two children, one of whom she had after Rio.“I took some time away and focused on routines with two kids and figuring out why I still love the sport,” Vollmer said. “I think that’s something that all athletes go through, rediscovering what your passion is and why you push your body as hard as you do. It’s about co-ordinating things now and finding a babysitter who wants to come to my house at 4 o’clock in the morning so I can go to practice.”Other event winners Friday night were: Madyson Cox (women’s 400 IM), Jay Litherland (men’s 400 IM), Giles Smith (men’s 100 fly), Jacob Pebley (men’s 200 free), Micah Sumrall (women’s 100 breast), Nic Fink (men’s 100 breast), Kyle Masse (women’s 100 back), and Christopher Reid (men’s 100 back).Marc Pruitt, The Associated Press
The Velolife Cafe was opened by Lee Goodwin in 2016 on the site of a former pub.The following year, Mr Goodwin was issued with an enforcement notice stating that he had not obtained the relevant planning permission for its change of use and demanded it close down.But an appeal was largely successful, with a planning inspector last October allowing the premises to operate as both a cafe and cycle repair shop. Chris Boardman The inspector rejected the suggestion that the “visual effects” of cyclists congregating at the site, was “harmful to the character and appearance” of the area. However, she did ban its use as a “cyclists meet” prior to departing on organised rides and events after hearing that “twenty or so” cyclists had been gathering in the carpark ahead of Saturday morning rides and occasional summer evening rides.An injunction has now been sought by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead council after cyclists were alleged to have met at the premises in January. The draft, seen by the Telegraph, bans the cafe’s use by “congregating cyclists, including but not limited to, cycle club members arriving by any means including car, van or cycle, at any time of day or night.”Faced with a backlash, the local council this week wrote to local cycling clubs to clarify that they were not banned from using the cafe “but must not arrange organised meets that start, end or stop off” there in order to prevent large numbers causing a nuisance to residents. It warned it would take action against the cafe owners were this to happen. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A cycle cafe is at war with a local council after it banned cycling clubs from stopping there before, during or after rides.The Velolife Cafe, in the small Berkshire hamlet of Warren Row on the edge of the Chilterns, has been banned from allowing groups of cyclists to gather there after the residents of a neighbouring cottage complained about “noise and disturbance”.The decision prompted outrage from members of the cycling community, including Chris Lawless, a member of Team Ineos, who branded it “a joke”.Chris Boardman, the former Olympic cyclist, wrote on Twitter: “This isn’t motorcycle gangs, drunks or even noisy people, it’s mostly middle aged people getting some exercise with their friends.”Jeremy Vine, the BBC Radio 2 broadcaster, also waded into the debate, saying he would be “shocked if any council has the right to do this.” We have issued a letter to cycling clubs to clarify the situation at the Velolife Cafe. Cyclists can use the facilities at the café but must not arrange organised meets that start, end or stop at the café. This is to ensure nearby residents are not impacted. Full letter in image. pic.twitter.com/aDvShXOctA— RBWM (@RBWM) August 7, 2019 “Part of resolving the problem is agreeing with the café how many people and bicycles the site can accommodate and we are still trying to do this,” she said. “Parked bicycles are a significant part of the problem.”But Mr Goodwin likened the council’s actions to “strong arming and bullying” rather than working together. He added: “They have acted on the complaints of a single resident.“They issued me with an enforcement notice which I appealed. The appeal decision came back and I have stuck by its decision. “They are now taking me to court to stop me doing something that is completely lawful.”The case is due before a Reading court in November.Cycling UK as asked any club that has received an enforcement notice from the RBWM council to contact them so they can pursue the issue on their behalf. He said; “We are trying to provide a community facility whilst also encouraging a healthy lifestyle. But without cyclists I will be forced to close.”The cafe is close to cycle routes, trails and footpaths and has proved popular with cyclists as well as hikers, dog walkers and other locals.Duncan Dollimore, Cycling UK’s head of campaigns said: “Saying that cyclists are welcome to use the café, but must not arrange or organise themselves to do so, is an absurdity of Catch 22 proportions.”He said that what constituted an “organised ride” was very unclear, adding: “Does it apply to a club ride involving three people who had arranged beforehand to stop for lunch at Velolife, and if they catch up with me on their ride and I join them, am I someone who’s then riding with the club and at risk of enforcement action for daring to have tea and cake at a café?”The complainants, who live in a neighbouring cottage, declined to comment when contacted by the Telegraph. A Royal Borough spokeswoman said it had been trying to resolve the issue since 2016 and had ultimately had to go to court “to try to force” the cafe to work with them. Mr Goodwin appealed for “common sense to prevail”.
The Swiss team TSV St.Otmar Sent Gallen have an interesting newcomer for the upcoming season. His name is Bo Spellerberg (39), one of the back-line players who won both European gold medals with Danish national team in 2008 and 2012.Spellerberg spent almost whole career at KIF Kolding Kobenhavn, but his last station will be probably – Switzerland. Bo Spellerberghandball transfersTSV St.Otmar Sent Gallen ← Previous Story RK Metalurg to sign Mladen Rakcevic Next Story → Johannes Bitter extends at TVB Stuttgart
Oughterard, Co Galway Image: Google Maps Since September 2018, international protection applicants have been placed in hotels and B&Bs due to this pressure on Ireland’s asylum system. The average daily rate across direct provision centres is €35, according to the Department of Justice & Equality. The average cost for emergency accommodation is €100 per person per night, TheJournal.ie recently reported. So far, the Department has spent over €12 million on emergency accommodation. Until new Direct Provision centres come on-stream, the Department’s Reception & Integration Agency (RIA) will continue to contract hotels and B&Bs, it has said. There are currently over 1,100 international protection applicants living in emergency accommodation with 30 hotels and B&Bs in 12 counties contracted by RIA to provide bed and board.A number of issues for people living in emergency accommodation highlighted by TheJournal.ie include difficulties accessing GP services, delays in PPS numbers being allocated in order to receive weekly payment, lack of educational access for children and unsuitable accommodation.Meanwhile, the Department has struggled to maintain existing Direct Provision stock. In July, Hatch Hall direct provision centre in Dublin – which accommodated 200 people – closed ahead of its redevelopment into a five-star hotel. Established in 1999 in response to a sharp increase in the number of people seeking asylum in Ireland, direct provision has been repeatedly critcised by migrant rights groups due to the length of time people remain in centres while their asylum applications or appeals are processed, the conditions of centres as well as the psychological effects on those living in these centres. It’s estimated that over 60,000 asylum seekers have been placed in direct provision centres since its introduction. Oughterard, Co Galway 15.05.19 Courtown community ‘not consulted’ over decision to move Direct Provision residents to local hotel 25,090 Views Thu 5:18 PM 50 Comments By Cónal Thomas 12.08.19 Asylum seekers told not to bring food to rooms ‘under any circumstance’ by Dublin hotel ‘There’s an absence of information’: Calls for clarity after 700 people attend meeting about Galway direct provision centre Locals are concerned about what it would mean for the town if the building accommodates asylum seekers. https://jrnl.ie/4806351 A LACK OF communication from the Department of Justice & Equality has “allowed a vacuum to develop” around its sourcing of accommodation for asylum seekers, Galway TD Catherine Connolly has said. There has been anger in Oughterard, Co Galway recently regarding ongoing refurbishment works at the Connemara Gateway Hotel which has been closed for a number of years. Locals have expressed concerns covering a spectrum of issues about what it would mean for the town if the building becomes accommodation for asylum seekers. At a public meeting last night of political representatives and community members – attended by approximately 700 people – locals vented their frustration over a lack of consultation regarding the building. Locals have also complained that Oughterard does not have the infrastructure to support international protection applicants in the area and have accused the Department of secrecy regarding the hotel. A process to evaluate offers from premises is currently underway to find suitable locations for direct provision centres in the region, the Department confirmed to TheJournal.ie.“Following the most recent tender process, an evaluation of offers is underway. We cannot confirm the location of new centres at this time,” a spokesperson said. “When the evaluation and commercially sensitive aspects of the process are completed, the Reception and Integration Agency (RIA) will begin engagement with local communities and their political representatives.”Local councillors have also said nobody in Oughterard knows if the search for locations for asylum centres is related to the work that is underway at the hotel.The Department also recently issued a €65 million tender for new direct provision centres for Co Kildare, Co Wicklow, Co Meath and Co Louth to provide accommodation and services to international protection applicants.Since 2018, the Department has struggled to open new centres due to arson attacks at hotels in Moville, Co Donegal and Rooskey on the Roscommon-Leitrim border.Locals have consistently raised concerns that communities are not properly consulted by the Department ahead of contracts being signed with private business owners. Galway TD Catherine Connolly described last night’s meeting, in which a number of anti-migrant remarks were made, as “one of the most difficult meetings” she had attended.Connolly has now called for clarity from the Department regarding the situation in Oughterard. “The Department of Justice are not covering themselves in glory, they’re not learning from debacle to debacle,” Connolly told TheJournal.ie.“I think the absence of information and the absence of openness is allowing a vacuum to develop which is not helpful and it’s inciteful.”Connolly added that continued secrecy from the department helps neither local communities nor asylum seekers. She said she had attended the meeting understanding that it was about an unauthorised development at the old hotel but that it was a meeting to protest the rumoured plan to accommodate asylum seekers there. Local Social Democrats councillor Owen Hanley said: “There is a fundamental flaw with direction provision. It is an inhumane institution and I continue to argue that the state must abolish direct provision.“But it’s clear that concerns about a lack of consultation and questions over infrastructure have been hijacked by those seeking to fan the flames,” he added. Related Reads Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Thursday 12 Sep 2019, 5:18 PM Share11 Tweet Email1 Short URL Image: Google Maps
BEDMINSTER, N.J. — President-elect Donald Trump and Mitt Romney met Saturday at the billionaire’s golf club in New Jersey, both emerging with smiles and a public handshake but no word on what, if any, role the 2012 GOP hopeful might play in the new administration.Trump flashed a thumbs-up said the sit down “went great.” Romney said the two had a “far reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the United States of real significance.” The meeting alone was notable after the crackling rancor between the men all year.Romney assailed Trump in a stinging speech in March, calling him a “con man” and a “phony.” Trump responded by calling Romney a “loser” who “choked like a dog” during the 2012 election and let President Barack Obama win.But the two have started to make amends since the election. Romney called Trump to congratulate him after his victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton.Romney was only one of a parade of officials pouring through Trump’ door as the president-elect tries to fill more members of his administration. On Friday, Trump picked Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions for attorney general and Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo to head the CIA, signaling a sharp rightward shift in U.S. security policy as he begins to form his Cabinet. Trump also named retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn as his national security adviser.
By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org“I’m not a businessman; I’m a business man!Let me handle my business, damn”-Jay-Z(From “Diamonds From Sierra Leone” (the Remix)By Kanye West, featuring Jay-Z)Last week, Jay-Z arguably the greatest rapper of all-time, as well as a generous philanthropist from time to time, got dragged by many through the social media muck.The “controversy” was sparked when it was announced, Jay through his company Roc Nation (a sports management entity) would advise the NFL on entertainment and the Super Bowl and perhaps engage the league on somewhat dubious issues of social justice. Afterall, this is the same league that has essentially blackballed Colin Kaepernick for taking a knee in protest of seemingly ubiquitous law enforcement assaults against Black bodies.But, before the tumult over Jay getting in bed with NFL Commissioner Roger Goddell, and the 32 other White men who own every franchise in the league, could die down, a subsequent report by TMZ asserted Jay (born Shawn Carter) will acquire a “significant ownership interest,” in an undisclosed team. So, that would be a milestone of sorts; there has never been a Black man or any person of color who had a “significant ownership interest” in an NFL team.Sean YoesBut, as news of the mogul rapper’s possible NFL ownership wafted through social media, Carter stirred up the bitter gumbo of Black Twitter when he seemingly dismissed Kap (who sacrificed his NFL career for the Black Lives Matter movement) when he allegedly said, “I think we’re past kneeling…I think it’s time for action.” As I alluded to earlier in this column, the Black-lash (including myriad memes and salty comments) against Carter has been fast and furious from various corners. Eric Reid, currently a safety for the Carolina Panthers, who is Kap’s best friend also knelt with the former 49’er quarterback when he played with San Francisco. Reid not unexpectedly called Carter’s deal with the NFL “despicable.”But, I think some of ya’ll got Jay, um, messed up.The beef some have with the man born into poverty in the Marcy Projects of Brooklyn (now his net worth is about a billion dollars), brings to mind for me the 1993 Nike ad when NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley declared, “I am not a role model.”“I am not paid to be a role model. I am paid to wreak havoc on the basketball court,” Barkley added in the now iconic ad. “Parents should be role models. Just because I dunk a basketball doesn’t mean I should raise your kids.” It was an incendiary message in the ears of some and people have been debating the role of actors, athletes and yes, rappers in the vital and often perilous affairs of Black people ever since.I know three things about Jay-Z: he can rap, he has a beautiful wife, he has a lot of money. That means I know virtually nothing about him. And neither do the millions of people around the globe who have an opinion one way or another about how Shawn Carter moves through the world.I also know he’s been listing his priorities for decades and it seems clear for Jay the bottom line has always been the bottom line. He said the following in the song, “Moment of Clarity,” on his 2003 offering, The Black Album:“We as rappers must decide what’s most importantAnd I can’t help the poor if I’m one of themSo I got rich and gave back to me that’s the win, win”Why would anybody (who has been paying attention for the last two decades) be surprised or appalled to know this uber capitalist is making a paper play with the NFL? People keep asking, why is he doing this?Maybe what they should be asking is, why wouldn’t he?Shawn Carter is actually only charged with making provision for a hand full of people on this earth: himself, his wife and their three children.Although he is also known as “J-Hovah, the god MC,” Jay-Z most assuredly is not God. We should treat him accordingly.Sean Yoes is the AFRO’s Baltimore editor and author of, Baltimore After Freddie Gray: Real Stories From One of America’s Great Imperiled Cities.
Kolkata: In a unique move, the Election Commission is all set to introduce health kits at the polling booths in the state on election days.The health kits will contain all the essential medicines and other medical items. The office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) had urged the Election Commission of India (ECI) in Delhi, seeking permission for the same. The ECI has given an approval in this regard and hence all the polling booths will have health kits. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataA senior official of the CEO’s office has officially unveiled the health kit, which will eventually be delivered to all the polling booths across the state. If the voters or any polling personnel need any medical intervention, the kits would come handy. Meanwhile, it may be mentioned that the Income Tax department has confiscated a huge amount of money from the state. The matter was reported to the Election Commission. The I-T department is now conducting a probe to ascertain if the money was supposed to be used in the election process. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe commission has taken a stand on fair and clean polling in view of the Lok Sabha elections. A couple of days ago, the EC had confiscated more than Rs 54 lakh from four people in Alipurduar. Apart from I-T, various other election machineries like state police and flying squads are constantly on the lookout and also conducting raids at various places across the state. The commission has also recently recovered more than 59 weapons, ammunition and 6,757 kg of ammonium nitrate and 2,676 kilogram of gelatine stick powder from different districts of the state. Around 3,782 litres of liquor was also recovered.
It wasn’t as easy as taking the biggest offer.Uninterrupted followed Campbell leading into free agency and during it to compose a 16-minute documentary short covering Campbell’s nervous hours navigating his latest career move. Early on, the film reveals his skepticism about a return to the Cardinals despite his desire to remain in the desert.“I tell you like this, man, it’s been a pleasure,” Campbell says while sitting down for a meal with former Cardinals teammate Chandler Jones.“Stop saying that, bro,” Jones replies. “Once I see that ESPN (say Campbell is on another team), I’m going to call you and say, ‘it’s a pleasure.’”From the beginning, it’s clear Campbell’s decision isn’t so clear-cut, even with the Cardinals out of the picture having only a $9 million per-year deal to offer. And it’s clear how complicated the negotiating process becomes once the free agency period begins.Conflict finds Campbell when the Jaguars put the $15 million per year deal on the table just as the Broncos, the Denver native’s hometown team, express their own interest. He consults with his siblings and fellow Denver product and former NBA star Chauncey Billups as he wrestles with the two options. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 4 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Even with that Jaguars’ deal on the table, Campbell even makes his agent, Tom Condon, give Denver and Arizona a final call.“I know what they’re going to say, just for the hell of it,” Condon says, before calling back. “They can’t do anything. As a matter of fact, we tried to give them what the (Jacksonville) offer was and they said, ‘we don’t need to hear it.’”Because Condon fears the Jaguars’ offer could be pulled, Campbell is given just minutes to give the Jaguars a call back to take the contract.Eventually, he makes the call.“Let’s go with Jacksonville,” Campbell says. For nine seasons, Calais Campbell terrorized opponents of the Arizona Cardinals. But the second-round draft pick by Arizona in 2008 hit free agency this offseason as a 31-year-old whose price-point and contract length didn’t fit into the long-term outlook.So he and his agent worked the phones, eventually choosing the Jacksonville Jaguars as his second NFL home.Campbell inked a four-year, $60 million contract with half of the money guaranteed.
Church helped former priest accused of abuse get Disney job by Marc Levy, The Associated Press Posted Aug 15, 2018 12:51 pm PDT Last Updated Aug 15, 2018 at 3:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email HARRISBURG, Pa. – A sweeping grand jury report into child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania said church officials gave a former priest a positive reference to work at Disney World, even though they’d fielded at least one allegation about him sexually abusing a boy.The ex-priest, Edward Ganster, left the priesthood in 1990, moved to the Orlando area and went on to work at Disney World before he died in 2014.The report said Ganster worked at the theme park for 18 years. Ganster drove the train at the Magic Kingdom, according to an obituary in the Orlando Sentinel, which said Ganster worked there for 15 years.Disney World did not respond to a request for information.Ganster, who became a priest in 1971, was working at St. Joseph’s Church in Easton in the late 1970s when a woman complained to a monsignor that Ganster had gotten in bed with her 13-year-old son on an overnight trip and “hurt” him, the report said. The boy also told his mother that “something happened” in the confession booth, it said.The monsignor told her Ganster would be given counselling and Ganster was promptly reassigned, the report said.About a decade later, Ganster was on sick leave at a Catholic mental health hospital as he sought to leave the priesthood and get married.Ganster wrote the Diocese to say he would apply for a job at Disney World and wanted to use the Diocese as a reference, the report said.Allentown’s bishop, Thomas Welsh, wrote to Orlando’s bishop that Ganster’s problems were “partially sexual” and that he couldn’t reassign him. A monsignor separately assured Ganster that he would get a positive reference.“I am quite sure that the Diocese will be able to give you a positive reference in regard to the work you did during your years of service here as a priest,” the monsignor wrote, according to the report.A diocese spokesman, Matt Kerr, said he knows of no reference letter, or if one was written.“That should not have happened,” Kerr said. “It would not happen today.”More than a decade after Ganster left the priesthood, a man contacted the Allentown Diocese to report that Ganster had victimized him when he was 14 and an altar boy some two decades earlier, the report said.Ganster fondled, groped and beat him repeatedly, once dragging him across a living room floor by his underwear and once beating him with a metal cross, the report said.Years later, in 2015, the mother of another victim contacted the Allentown Diocese to report that Ganster abused her then 12-year-old son in 1977, the report said.
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