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Indian Men’s Hockey Team Continue Good Run in Belgium, Beat Spain 5-1

first_img Indian men’s hockey teamspainTour of Belgium First Published: September 29, 2019, 10:58 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Antwerp: The Indian men’s hockey team registered back-to-back victories against Spain, as they trounced the World No. 8 side 5-1 in their third match of the Tour of Belgium here on Sunday.After recording a 6-1 win against the same opposition on Saturday, World No. 5 India looked comfortable throughout the match as Harmanpreet Singh (41′, 51′) scored another brace to lead his team to a convincing victory. It was not a great start for the Indian team though, as they went a goal down in the 3rd minute. Spain’s Iglesias Alvaro scored the opening goal of the match to put the pressure on India.However, high on confidence from their two wins in the opening two matches, India responded with the equaliser in the 5th minute with Akashdeep Singh scoring a field goal. India looked comfortable in possession during the latter stages of the first quarter, forcing the Spanish goalkeeper into making a save off a penalty corner.SV Sunil also marked his return to the team with a wonderful strike in the second quarter to give India a 2-1 lead in the 20th minute. The forward ran inside from the right flank and struck the ball past Quico Cortes.Spain did try to make a comeback into the match, but could not create enough opportunities before half-time as India went into the break leading 2-1.India started the third quarter with a flurry of opportunities inside the Spanish circle, and it was in the 35th that they benefited from them as forward Ramandeep Singh scored the third goal of the afternoon.Things started looking difficult for Spain as India dominated possession, creating regular chances. In the 41st minute, drag-flicker Harmanpreet Singh convert a penalty corner to make it 4-1 in India’s favour.India produced some outstanding moves in the fourth quarter with their pressing and quick passing. The World No. 5 team scored their fifth goal as Harmanpreet Singh converted another penalty corner, making it four goals in the last two matches. last_img read more

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ICC World T20 Qualifiers: Tamim Iqbal stars in Bangladesh’s win over Netherlands

first_imgBangladesh defeated the Netherlands by eight runs in a Group A first-round match at the World Twenty20 on Wednesday.Coming off a fine run to the Asia Cup final last weekend, Bangladesh was favorite to qualify for the Super 10 stage from a Group A which also includes Oman and Ireland.Left-handed opening batsman Tamim Iqbal hit a brisk unbeaten 83 from 58 balls, including six fours and three sixes, in Bangladesh’s total of 153-7. The Netherlands was restricted to 145-7, with Al-Amin Hossain and the experienced Shakib Al Hasan sharing two wickets each.Netherlands captain Peter Borren and Stephan Myburgh were joint top-scorers with 29 runs each, but Bangladesh struck at regular intervals to keep the pressure on.last_img

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Education gives right direction in life: Jharkhand Guv

first_imgNoamundi (Jharkhand), June 13 (PTI) Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu today stressed the need for education among the tribal community as it would give them a right direction in life and prevent them from getting cheated.Murmu said that it was not possible for the government to provide employment to all but if one is educated, he would be able to find an alternative route of employment.She was speaking as the chief guest on the concluding function of the Sekkor Premium League organized by Tata Steel?s Ore, Mines and Quarries (OMQ) division at Noamundi Sports Stadium in West Singhbhum district.She also urged the tribals to shun liquor and hadia (local rice beer of the region) as they ruin families. Appreciating Tata Steel for launching self-employment and skill training programmes in tribal-pockets of Kolhan region and Khunti district, she said Manasi project launched by the steel maker has helped reduce the child mortality rate in the tribal pockets. ?I am happy to note that besides tribal sports, Tata Steel has taken several initiatives in the field of sustainable livelihood, education and girl child awareness with its core focus on ethnicity and promotion of tribal culture,” she said. The governor also lauded the initiatives undertaken by the private steel major to revive traditional tribal sports like Kati, Sekkor, Chhur, Bahu Chor and Ramdel played by the Santal and Ho communities of Jharkhand. These sports were on the verge of extinction but for the efforts of Tata Steel, these sports events were being revived, she said. Expressing satisfaction over the “overwhelming response” that the maiden Sekkor Premium League received in mineral-rich Kolhan region, Murmu asked Tata Steel to ensure that these sports were not restricted to Kolhan region or Jharkhand but across the country and aborad. Pankaj Satija, General Manager, (OMQ), Tata Steel, said ? Sekkor Premier League is a stepping stone targeted towards revival and enrichment of Ho culture.? 2300 players from more than 120 villages participated in this season, which witnessed a total of 294 league matches played among 143 teams from Kolhan region during the last two months. A traditional tribal sport ?Sekkor? is a game played by the Ho tribe in peak summer believing that it brings rain and prevents drought. Made of Kusum wood, the Sekkor, is shaped like a big top with an oval plane cap. A string is wound closely to a pointed base that enables it to be toppled over by the opposing team. Played between nine or eleven people, this game identifies with the spirit and swiftness of the Ho tribe. The team who wins the toss gets to open the hitting Sekkors of the opponent, till the opponents Sekkors are out of the circle. PTI BS MM MMadvertisementlast_img read more

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World Cup 2019: Swarm of bees invades pitch during SL vs SA match

first_imgWorld Cup 2019: Swarm of bees invades pitch during SL vs SA matchWorld Cup 2019: In a rare occasion on a cricket field, players and umpires had to hit the ground after a swarm of bees attacked the field. Thankfully, no one was bitten. India Today Web Desk June 28, 2019UPDATED: June 28, 2019 20:23 IST Players and umpires were forced to hit the ground after a swarm of bees attacked the ground on Friday. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSDuring the World Cup game between SL and SA, a swarm of bees attacked the groundPlayers and umpires had to hit the ground to save themselvesSouth Africa restricted Sri Lanka to 203 in 49.3 oversThe World Cup 2019 game between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street on Friday came to halt for few minutes due to an unexpected reason.It was in the 48th over of the game when a swarm of bees attacked the pitch, leaving the players and the umpires floored to the ground while witnessing this frightening scenario.However, at first it appeared that Chris Morris was just doing his rituals when he was shown doing some warm-up excerices while lying on the ground, but later when the camera rolled on to the other parts of the field, all the members were seen inclined to the ground.It was certainly a rare occasion to see bees in the cricket stadium, but it wasn’t the first time.In 2008, the third ODI between India and Australia was halted for over an hour after a swarm bees arrived in the field. Before that, same scenes were seen during a Test match between India and England at Delhi’s Ferozshah Kotla stadium.BEEEEWARE https://t.co/CuyshvsXJMCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 28, 2019Playing for pride, South Africa dished out a fine bowling effort to bowl out Sri Lanka for a modest 203 in their eight and penultimate league match of the World Cup, here Friday.On Friday, opting to bowl, South Africa bowlers produced a decent show from the ball to bundle out Sri Lanka for 203 in 49.3 overs. The Proteas picked up wickets at regular intervals after the first 10 overs to never allow the Sri Lankan middle-order settle down.advertisementDrafted into the playing eleven in place of Lungi Ngidi, pacer Dwaine Pretarius (3/25) justified his selection with a three-wicket haul while Chris Morris finished with 3 for 46.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 World Cup 2019 advertisement scorecard view more view less graphs No data available! commentary Nextlast_img read more

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Don’t Rent To Scammers

first_imgHead of the Area 3 Police Division, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Derrick Cochrane, is cautioning persons in Manchester and St. Elizabeth, to exercise caution when renting premises. He said that lotto scammers are on the run from their regular bases and seeking to hide in unsuspecting locations. “What we find manifesting is the migrating nature of criminals…as we put pressures on the criminals in one part of the island, they migrate to other parts and we have seen manifestation of this pattern in parts of Manchester and St. Elizabeth, where criminals are trying to escape the long arm of the law,” he said at a recent town hall meeting held at the Alpart Sports Club in Nain, St. Elizabeth. “I want to make an appeal to residents, who are involved in the rental of premises, to do their due diligence. Make sure that they know the persons, who they are renting their premises to, because for the lotto scammers, the ability to pay is no problem. Prospective landlords should not be blinded by the money that these persons can pay,” Mr. Cochrane stated. He advised homeowners, who doubt the character of the persons they intend to rent to, to contact the police to conduct background checks. “If they rent them (scammers) their premises, and allow them to settle in peace and quiet away from the long arm of the law, you are by default, allowing these dastardly deeds of these lotto scammers, who are swindling persons of tremendous sums, and causing pains and suffering. Homeowners, be careful, be very wary of who you are renting your places to. Please do your due diligence,” ACP Cochrane said.last_img read more

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Eagle Bulk Seeking Relief in Chapter 11

first_imgzoom Eagle Bulk, the parent company of Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc, has commenced a voluntary “prepackaged” Chapter 11 case in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. has entered into a Restructuring Support Agreement (RSA) with lenders holding more than 85% of the loans outstanding under its Fourth Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, dated June 20, 2012, regarding the terms of a balance sheet restructuring that will reduce its debt obligations by approximately USD 975 million.In conjunction with the prepackaged case, Eagle Bulk also filed its proposed plan of reorganization and related disclosure statement.Eagle Bulk has also obtained a commitment for up to USD 50 million of debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing from certain of its lenders which, subject to Court approval, will significantly enhance liquidity.During the process, Eagle Bulk intends to continue normal day-to-day operations.Under the terms of the plan, the lenders will convert their debt into 99.5% of the new equity in the reorganized Eagle Bulk, subject to dilution, and receive a cash distribution from the proceeds of an exit financing facility.All existing equity interests in Eagle Bulk will be cancelled, with such equity interests receiving, subject to dilution, 0.5% of the new equity in the reorganized Eagle Bulk and seven-year warrants to acquire an additional 7.5% of the new equity in the reorganized Eagle Bulk.Press Release; August 6, 2014last_img read more

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Contest uncovers lobsters with extra claws blue shells dogsized girth

first_imgHALIFAX – An unusual contest has uncovered dozens of bizarre lobsters found in the waters of Canada’s East Coast — including blue ones, three-clawed ones, and even one as big as a beagle.Fishermen have submitted photos of about 75 lobsters to a “Craziest Lobster” contest on the Facebook page of Murray GM, a car dealership in southwestern Nova Scotia.Billy Mole, the dealership’s marketing manager, said the big trend among entrants is blue — about 17 entrants are blue, including one that is almost luminescent — and deformed claws.“I’ve heard the saying that a blue lobster is one in a million, so to have such a strong blue lobster presence is definitely intriguing,” he said Wednesday.“We’re also seeing a big trend with deformation of the claws — a lot of deformed claws, or that have extra arms. I think there’s one in there that has a whole extra functioning arm with a functioning claw attached to it.”The lobster with the most likes when the contest closes on Dec. 31 wins a $250 prize.“We’ve definitely seen some pretty big lobsters — there’s one in there of a gentleman holding one and it’s pretty close to the size of his upper torso. That lobster is bigger than some dogs I’ve seen,” Mole said.It’s the contest’s second year; Mole said last year was such a hit that it prompted them to make it an annual thing, even though he admits he’s not sure it has helped the dealership sell any more cars.Last year’s contest page had nearly a million engagements for its 205 lobsters, including entries from Hawaii, Ecuador and Tanzania, and drew the attention of at least one scientist interested in what the competition revealed about lobster populations.There are fewer entries this year, with all appearing to be from Atlantic Canada. Mole’s only requirement: that they were harvested in 2017.Among the entrants: several lobsters that are half-red and half-blue, the two colours meeting in a straight line along the crustaceans’ backs. Mole said some commenters wondered if they hadn’t been half-cooked, but noted they were photographed while still on fishing boats.Other lobsters are various shades of yellow, black, bright red or multiple colours. Some have asymmetrical claws, or extra pincers. In one case, a lobster’s shell is too small, revealing its innards.“We’ve had a few where it’s almost like I’m not even sure if I should post it,” said Mole. “There’s one where you can almost see some of the lobster’s, like, guts. I’m not sure what’s going on in that picture, but it’s definitely a little disturbing.”He added with a laugh: “I’ve had one that I couldn’t post, where someone sent a lobster that was very well-endowed. I decided not to post that one.”—On the web: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MurrayGM/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1926156937400105last_img read more

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Jon Stewart And Sarah Palin Agree On Something Important

first_imgIn honor of National Volunteer Week (April 6-12), American Corporate Partners (ACP), a national nonprofit organization that connects post-9/11 veterans to business professionals for career guidance, announced the launch of its new radio ad campaign featuring Jon Stewart and Sarah Palin actually agreeing on something.Stewart and Palin have teamed up to draw attention to the fact that over the next five years, more than one million members of the U.S. military will return home from service, and each will need to successfully transition into the American private sector workforce – not just with a job, but with a true career path. The importance of supporting our vets and scaling for this challenge is immense, and the Stewart/Palin ad (accompanied by #AgreeOnThis) drives home the notion that despite our differences, the importance of mentoring our vets is indisputable.Companies from Johnson & Johnson, to General Electric, to Goldman Sachs, to Hewlett-Packard are all members of ACP. Its advisory board is comprised of diverse public figures such as General (RET.) David Petraeus, Karl Rove, Chris Matthews and David Axelrod.Its online mentoring program ACP AdvisorNet – the first free online “quick question community” connecting returning vets to the private sector workforce – makes it simple for Americans to get involved. By joining ACP AdvisorNet, Americans can volunteer their time – from their homes, laptops or mobile devices – and share advice with transitioning vets and their families, even for just a few minutes a week.“ACP AdvisorNet uses technology to create a bridge between transitioning vets and corporate America,” said Sidney E. Goodfriend, founder and chairman of ACP. “It is designed for ease-of-use, and to reach vets quickly. Americans can give the gift of their time, even in small increments, and make a huge difference in helping a returning veteran transition to a fruitful private sector career. We have helped thousands of vets so far, but we know we can do more – that’s why we’re so deeply appreciative that Jon Stewart and Governor Palin have come together to help raise awareness. Their partnership truly reflects the fact that mentoring our veterans is something all Americans can support.”Petty Officer Third Class Michael Calonita, a recently transitioned U.S. Navy veteran from New Hyde Park, New York, is an active ACP AdvisorNet user. “I started using ACP AdvisorNet during my last deployment to Greece with the Navy. I was getting married in a few months and I knew I needed to start preparing for my transition. ACP AdvisorNet was unlike any other transition website I’d ever been to. I was able to ask questions about interviews and my education and I received advice from dozens of professionals. ACP AdvisorNet gave me access to information about the corporate world that I never would have found out on my own. It’s a great resource for anyone who is thinking about leaving the military and preparing for a new career.”“As you’ll hear in our ad, if Jon and I can agree on something, it’s clear that all Americans should get behind career mentorship for our vets,” said former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.“Unbelievable as it may sound, I am proud to join with Sarah Palin to address this urgent need,” added Jon Stewart. “We are united in support for ACP and the thousands of Americans who have already signed up to volunteer their time on ACP AdvisorNet. During National Volunteer Week, we hope to inspire countless others to follow suit.”last_img read more

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Namal says sorry to the public for any inconvenience caused

He also thanked those who attended the protest walk and rally saying it was the first step to send the Government home. “I also want to apologize to the public if this protest was any kind of hinderance to you. We had no choice but to truly show the Govt. how much the people in this country long for change. Our fight will continue until we secure their right to chose their leaders democratically,” he tweeted. Joint opposition Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa apologised to the public for any inconvenienced caused as a result of the joint opposition protest staged in Colombo yesterday.However he says they had no choice but to stage the protest to show the Government the people want change. “I also want to thank each & every one of you who took the time to take part in this #ජනබලයකොළඹට protest from all parts of #LKA to voice your opinion despite Govt. intimidation. You took the first step in the quest of sending this Govt. home. Let’s continue to fight for better LK,” he said. (Colombo Gazette) read more

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Twovehicle crash sends one woman to hospital

One woman was sent to hospital following a two-vehicle crash on Highway 6 near Jarvis on Wednesday afternoon.A vehicle was travelling north on Highway 6 at about 2:45 p.m. when the driver lost control and swerved into the southbound lane where it was struck on the side by another vehicle, police said.A 59-year-old woman, who was a passenger in the southbound vehicle, was transported to hospital for treatment.Highway 6 was closed between Haldimand Road 55 and Nanticoke Creek Parkway for about three hours.The investigation is continuing. Haldimand OPP ask anyone who witnessed the collision or may have any information to assist with the investigation to call 1- 888 – 310 – 1122.

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Homeland Security will waive laws to build US border wall

SAN DIEGO – The Trump administration said Tuesday that it will waive environmental reviews and other laws to replace a stretch of border wall in San Diego, moving to make good on one of the president’s signature campaign pledges.Critics including the Center for Biological Diversity criticized the move as overreach and a threat to the environment.The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement it will publish in “the coming days” in the Federal Register a notice exempting the government from the National Environmental Protection Act, which calls for extensive reviews of environmental impacts, and a host of other laws on 15 miles of border extending east from the Pacific Ocean.It will mark the sixth time that the department has exercised that authority since 2005 and the first time since 2008.A law passed in 2005 gave Homeland Security broad authority to waive “all legal requirements” to build border barriers following years of ultimately unsuccessful court challenges to border wall construction in San Diego on grounds that it violated environmental laws.Congress passed the law to blunt similar efforts elsewhere and it led to hundreds of miles (kilometres) of new U.S.-Mexico border fencing in the final years of President George W. Bush’s administration to its current total of about 650 miles (1,040 kilometres).Last week, the House of Representatives approved the administration’s request for $1.6 billion to start building Trump’s border wall, which would include replacing 14 miles (22 kilometres) in San Diego covered by the latest waiver and building 60 miles (96 kilometres) of new barriers in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley. It was unclear if or when Homeland Security would issue waivers for Texas, which is currently the busiest corridor for illegal crossings.The Center for Biological Diversity will challenge the San Diego waiver by arguing that the 2005 law does not apply to replacing barriers, said Brian Segee, an attorney for the environmental advocacy group based in Tucson, Arizona.The group has already sued the administration over replacement of the San Diego wall and plans to build prototypes in San Diego for Trump’s effort, which he has called a “big, beautiful wall.”The case is before U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, a target of Trump’s enduring scorn over lawsuits that alleged fraud at the president’s now-defunct Trump University and were settled last year shortly before trial. Curiel presided over that case.“The waiver has already been called the broadest waiver in U.S. history,” Segee said. “Any attempt to enlarge it further beyond the scope is something we’re going to challenge.”Homeland Security said the San Diego waiver falls within the scope of the 2005 law and that the area is a high priority for new security measures including construction of border barriers and roads.The Border Patrol’s San Diego sector logged nearly 32,000 arrests last year — 8 per cent of the total on the U.S. border with Mexico — and seized more than 4 tons of marijuana and more than a half-ton of cocaine.“The sector remains an area of high illegal entry for which there is an immediate need to improve current infrastructure and construct additional border barriers and roads,” the department said in its statement. by Elliot Spagat, The Associated Press Posted Aug 1, 2017 3:32 pm MDT Last Updated Aug 1, 2017 at 5:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Homeland Security will waive laws to build US border wall FILE – In this June 22, 2016, file photo, light illuminates a section of the primary fence separating Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, in San Diego. The Trump administration said Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, that it will waive environmental reviews and other laws to replace a stretch of border wall in San Diego, moving to make good on one of the president’s signature campaign pledges. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File) read more

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Week in Westminster – week ending Friday 11 March 2016

DOWNLOAD1. EU referendum update2. Further Apprenticeship Levy details to be announced post-Budget3. Shadow CEO of Institute for Apprenticeships appointed.4. Northern transport strategy spring report published5. 2016 Queen’s Speech date announced6. Week aheadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

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Football JT Barrett says hell play vs Wisconsin after leaving Michigan game

Ohio State quarterback helped off the field in the third quarter of the Buckeyes’ game against Michigan Saturday. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorANN ARBOR, Mich. — Ohio State was dealt a massive blow in the third quarter of its 31-20 win against Michigan when starting quarterback J.T. Barrett was injured. Barrett didn’t return, but, in his postgame press conference, he said he will play against Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game. The redshirt senior was injured during a 10-yard rush with 6:07 left in the third quarter. He stood momentarily without applying any pressure to his right leg before falling to the ground, where he was attended to by training staff while clutching his knee. He was able to walk off the field and immediately headed to the locker room.Redshirt freshman quarterback Dwayne Haskins replaced Barrett under center. Haskins finished 6-of-7 for 94 passing yards. He added 24 rushing yards on three carries. When he exited, Barrett was 3-for-8 for 30 yards with a touchdown. He added 15 rushes for 67 yards and a 21-yard touchdown rush. The Buckeyes trailed the Wolverines 20-14 at the time. Editor’s note: This post has been updated. read more

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Ohio State mens basketballs upset bid at Purdue falls short 7564

OSU freshman guard A.J. Harris (12) passes the ball to a teammate in a game against Rutgers on Jan. 13 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 94-68. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorThe peculiar journey of the 2015-16 Ohio State men’s basketball team continued on Thursday night.Though it ultimately fell short of its upset bid on the road at No. 22 Purdue by a final score of 75-64, the neck-and-neck contest had to be considered a moral victory for the Buckeyes (12-8, 4-3), who had recently lost their last two road games by 25 and 35 points.OSU led for over 20 minutes of the game, but the home team outscored the Buckeyes by 14 points in the second half to hold off the upset bid.The Buckeyes outshot the Boilermakers (17-3, 5-2) by a margin of 43 percent to 39, but OSU failed to put up the points needed in the second half to grab the win.OSU came out in the first half with a significant edge on both ends of the court. The Buckeyes outshot Purdue 52 percent to 35.3 percent in the opening 20 minutes, and made six of nine 3-pointers to Purdue’s zero of eight attempts.Despite those sizable differences, the Buckeyes took just a three-point lead into the locker rooms at 36-33, knowing a larger lead was likely deserved.Much of that close score was chalked up to the turnover margin, which was 8-4 in favor of Purdue. The Boilermakers notched 10 of their 33 points off those eight turnovers.Redshirt sophomore guard Kam Williams was the star of the first half for the road team, notching 14 points on a very efficient 5-of-6 shooting, including 4-of-5 from outside. Sophomore forward Jae’Sean Tate and freshman guard A.J. Harris approached double-digit scoring in the first half with nine and seven points, respectively, but two starters — freshman guard JaQuan Lyle and sophomore forward Keita Bates-Diop — each failed to record a point. Two more starters — junior forward Marc Loving and redshirt sophomore center Trevor Thompson — only hit one shot apiece.7-foot center A.J Hammons, the unquestioned standout of the Purdue squad, lived up to that moniker in the opening half. The senior had 10 points, though he only managed one rebound. Freshman forward Caleb Swanigan picked up that slack with eight rebounds in the first half as the Boilermakers held a 19-16 advantage on the glass. Things seemed to even out in the second half, though, with Purdue’s talent and experience eventually trumping OSU’s bid for its second road win of the year.The Buckeyes shot just 34.5 percent in the second half and failed to connect on a single 3-pointer in five tries. The Boilermakers received contributions across the board, on the other hand, with eight players hitting at least one field goal in the second half.When Purdue seemed to be in position to run away with the game with a six-point lead with four and a half minutes left, OSU showed some resiliency, cutting the deficit to as little as a single point at 62-61.But the wheels came off from there. A Purdue jumper was followed by a turnover by Lyle in the backcourt, leading to two free throws. After a pair of missed jumpers by Loving, Purdue connected on a 3-pointer with a minute left, officially putting the game away.After Williams’ big first half, he did not record a point after the intermission. Tate ended up leading the Buckeyes with 17 points on 7-of-14 shooting, while Purdue received double-digit scoring from five players, led by Hammons’ 14 points.As equal an enigma as the team as a whole, Lyle failed to hit a field goal on Thursday and finished with just two points, both from the free-throw line. After recent performances that included a 29-point game and a triple-double, the team continues to often come and go with its freshman point guard.The loss dropped OSU coach Thad Matta’s squad to 2-5 away from Columbus, including 1-4 in official road games. Therefore, that should make the Buckeyes happy that their next game is set to come at home against Penn State. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday at the Schottenstein Center. read more

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ZDNet Blogger Disappears Under Mysterious Circumstances

first_imgZDNet Blogger Dancho Danchev has been missing in since August. The security writer disappeared mysteriously in his native Bulgaria. Some information about his disappearance has surfaced, and fellow Zero Watch blogger Ryan Naraine fittingly refers to it as “troubling.”The company has reportedly made several failed attempts to contact Danchev, who wrote his last post for the blog on August 18. A source in Bulgaria wrote ZDNet last month to report that “Dancho’s alive but he’s in a lot of trouble.” Danchev, for his part, wrote the aforementioned “troubling” letter to a fellow member of the security community, As I consider you as a trusted colleague, and someone who understands the big picture of cyber crime and cyber espionage, I’m attaching you photos of the “current situation in my bathroom”, courtesy of Bulgarian Law enforcement+intell services who’ve been building a case trying to damage my reputation. The letter includes images of what may be a monitoring device installed in his home. Zero Day is asking for any information anyone might have on Danchev’s disappearance.last_img read more

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Cancer colorectal mars 2010 mois de la mobilisation

first_imgCancer colorectal : mars 2010, mois de la mobilisationFrance – Pour la troisième année consécutive et conformément au plan cancer 2009-2013, mars sera le mois de la mobilisation contre le cancer colorectal. A cette occasion, l’Institut national du cancer (INCa) développe plusieurs actions pour informer et sensibiliser les populations concernées et pour accompagner les acteurs locaux responsables de l’organisation et du suivi des dépistages organisés.Avec près de 39.000 nouveaux cas chaque année, le cancer colorectal est le troisième cancerle plus fréquent après ceux de la prostate et du sein. Responsable de 17.000 morts paran, il est la deuxième cause de décès par cancer dans notre pays. Grâce au dépistage, il est pourtant possible d’identifier ce cancer à un stade très précoce de son développement, voire de détecter des polypes avant même qu’ils n’aient évoluer vers un cancer. En effet, lorsqu’il est diagnostiqué et traité précocement, le cancer colorectal peut être facilement guéri (taux de survie à 5 ans de 94%).Initié depuis 2002 par les pouvoirs publics, le programme national de dépistage organisé ducancer colorectal est généralisé depuis 2008 sur l’ensemble du territoire français. Ceprogramme national vise la population à partir de 50 ans. Tous les deux ans, les hommes et femmes âgés de 50 à 74 ans sont ainsi invités à se rapprocher de leur médecin traitant qui évaluera avec eux et en fonction de leurs antécédents la stratégie de dépistage adaptée. Il leur remettra le plus souvent un test de recherche de sang occulte dans les selles à réaliser chez eux.Dans certaines situations particulières (antécédents familiaux notamment), lorsque le risque de cancer est plus élevé, la personne pourra s’adresser directement à un gastro-entérologue. À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?L’Institut national de veille sanitaire (InVS) est chargé d’évaluer le programme national dedépistage organisé en mesurant différents indicateurs à partir des données recueillies régulièrement auprès des structures de gestion départementales du dépistage. La dernière mise à jour a été publiée en 2007 et la prochaine est prévue en mars 2010. Sur vingt-deux départements pilotes, le taux de participation atteint 43% en moyenne. Il est plus élevé chez les femmes que chez les hommes (46% contre 39%). Ces chiffres montrent que la participation reste encore insuffisante. Le Plan cancer 2009-2013 a donc fixé un objectif d’augmentation de 15% de la participation aux dépistages organisés, et de 50% dans les zones où ce taux est le plus bas.Pour répondre précisément à ces objectifs, l’INCa (Institut national du cancer), le Ministère de la Santé et l’Assurance Maladie déploient cette année un programme d’information et de communication enrichi de nouvelles actions visant à inciter les populations concernées à faire le test de dépistage. Le 12 février 2010 à 15:41 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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La Russie lance un puissant satellite de télécommunications

first_imgLa Russie lance un puissant satellite de télécommunications Jeudi à 1H25 (heure de Moscou), le satellite Express-AM4 a décollé du cosmodrome de Baïkonour au Kazakhstan grâce à la fusée Proton qui est chargée de mettre en orbite le puissant satellite de communication.C’est un nouveau lancement spatial de réussi pour la Russie. Jeudi, le centre spatial Khrounitchev a annoncé que la fusée Proton avait décollé avec succès du cosmodrome de Baïkonour au Kazakhstan, avec pour mission de mettre en orbite un puissant satellite de télécommunications baptisé Express-AM4.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESA”Le lancement de la fusée Proton-M portant l’Express-AM4 a eu lieu (jeudi) à 01H25 heure de Moscou (21H25 GMT mercredi). Le lancement s’est passé comme prévu”, a ainsi indiqué le centre dans un communiqué cité par l’AFP. C’est dans le cadre d’une coopération entre le centre Khrounitchev et la société européenne EADS Astrium que le satellite a été conçu sur la base de la plate-forme Eurostar-300. Reconnu comme étant aujourd’hui “le satellite le plus puissant de télécommunications de ce type”, Express-AM4 pèse un peu plus de 5 tonnes et a une durée de vie de 15 ans.  Une fois mis en orbite, il assurera des services de communication et télédiffusion à la Russie et aux pays de la Communauté des États indépendants, autrement dit ceux de l’ex-URSS hormis les pays baltes et la Géorgie, relève l’AFP.Le 18 août 2011 à 11:24 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Shark attack experiment des plongeurs au milieu des requins

first_imgShark attack experiment : des plongeurs au milieu des requinsPour prouver que les requins blancs ne sont pas des “mangeurs d’homme”, un biologiste marin et des plongeurs s’apprêtent à s’immerger dans les eaux sans aucune protection à côté des “terreurs des mers”. L’expérience sera diffusée en direct ce soir par la chaine National Geographic Wild.  C’est une expérience très particulière que s’apprêtent à réaliser des plongeurs au large des côtes d’Afrique du Sud, l’une des régions les plus infestées de requins qui existent au monde. Alors que les attaques de ces animaux se sont multipliées au cours des derniers mois dans plusieurs régions du globe, ces “shark angels” (“anges des requins”) ont été recrutés par le biologiste marin Ryan Johnson pour une expérience destinée à démentir la réputation de “terreur des mers” et de “mangeurs d’homme” des squales. À lire aussiUn requin mako filmé en pleine attaque par une caméra embarquée (Vidéo)Comment ? en plongeant, sans cage ni aucune protection, habillés d’un simple maillot de bain et équipés d’un masque et d’un tuba, dans une zone envahie par des grands requins blancs. Une scène qui semble sortie tout droit d’un film d’horreur mais de laquelle, les plongeurs et le Dr Johnson espèrent beaucoup. Le but est en effet comme on l’a compris, de montrer que les squales ne s’attaquent pas à l’homme, même lorsqu’il est sous son nez. “Toute notre équipe estime que ce que l’on va faire est responsable. On ne le ferait pas si on pensait qu’il y ait la moindre chance de se faire mordre. C’est notre chance de prouver nos théories”, explique le biologiste cité par abcnews.Pour pousser l’expérience, les plongeurs ont même décidé de verser dans les eaux un peu de sang et de l’urine humaine. L’expérience baptisée “Shark attack experiment” sera diffusée en direct ce soir sur National Geographic Wild mais aussi cette nuit en ligne sur le site de la chaine (lien non disponible). Des victimes d’attaques de requins assisteront également à la plongée des “shark angels” qui espèrent aussi ouvrir les yeux des gens sur la beauté de ces animaux majestueux aujourd’hui gravement menacés par la surpêche.  Le 25 novembre 2011 à 18:12 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Jamaica PM says government is against corporal punishment in schools and society

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, November 8, 2017 – Kingston – Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says the Government is committed to not only ban corporal punishment in schools, but generally in the society, so that it is no longer an option.“I wish to declare that I am totally against corporal punishment.   I believe that the time has come for the Parliament to have a debate on this issue and finally declare corporal punishment at an end, both within public institutions and as a means of discipline available to parents,” Mr. Holness said.He was delivering a Statement in the House of Representatives yesterday (November 7) on the United Nations Development Programme’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).The Prime Minister  highlighted the alarming findings in the recently launched UNICEF Report – ‘A Familiar Face: Violence in the Lives of Children and Adolescents’, which shows the high number of Jamaican children who die violently and who are regularly subjected to sexual violence and violent discipline in their homes, schools and communities.The report notes that eight in 10 Jamaican children in the two to 14 years age group experience violence as a form of discipline.   It also adds that 47 children were killed by violent means between January and October of this year, based on police statistics.   Already, more children have been killed violently this year than in 2016.Mr. Holness said the banning of corporal punishment would be a “forward-leaning step” in taking a stance against violence generally “and it would send a powerful message about the State respecting the inviolability of the person, whether or not that person is a child or an adult”.“Again, I think it is a matter that we would have to debate here, but I think the time has come with such a report with our commitment to the SDGs.   I don’t see how we can maintain this aspect of our culture and claim that we want to advance as a modern civilized society,” he added.The SDGs replaced the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which started a global effort in 2000 to tackle the indignity of poverty.The MDGs established measurable, universally agreed objectives for tackling extreme poverty and hunger, preventing deadly diseases, and expanding primary education to all children, among other development priorities.The SDGs are part of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which was adopted by the General Assembly in September 2015. It emphasizes a holistic approach to achieving sustainable development for all.Release: JIS Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Dengue takes pregnant womans life

first_imgSharmin Akhter Shapla. Photo: UNBAn expectant mother and wife of a meteorologist died of dengue at Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital in the capital early Monday, reports UNB.The deceased was Sharmin Akhter Shapla, 32, wife of Nazmul Hasan, deputy director of Agargaon meteorological office.According to Shapla’s family, Nazmul Hasan went to South Korea on Saturday leaving his wife and their son at his father-in-law’s house at Shantinagar in Joypurhat town.Shapla was admitted to Joypurhat Modern Zila Hospital with symptoms of dengue fever on Saturday and then referred to Dhaka as her condition deteriorated.“Shapla died at 4:00am at Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital,” said her elder brother Uzzal.He said Nazmul will return home today and Shapla’s body will be taken back to Joypurhat for burial.last_img read more

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