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Police detain 2 Bihar entrepreneurs

first_imgTwo entrepreneurs were detained by police for six hours for posing questions to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at a start-up summit held in Patna on Tuesday. The two entrepreneurs — Nemi Kumar Saraf (43), and Suresh Kumar Sharma (46), — were among hundreds of entrepreneurs who were invited to the “4th Bihar Entrepreneurship Summit-Start-up”, organised by the Bihar Entrepreneurs Association.Mr. Kumar was the chief guest with State Industries Minister Jai Kumar Singh and several top officials also present and released the Bihar Start-Up policy 2017 document. But when the two entrepreneurs, rose to pitch their ideas while raising issues of transparency in government approval of start-up projects and on the harassment from banks for loans, they invited the ire of the police officials. Though the Chief Minister in his speech acknowledged their suggestions and instructed officials to pay heed to their complaints, the police officials detained the duo after Mr Kumar left the venue. Speaking of the traumatic ordeal that followed, Mr. Saraf told The Hindu said, “I, along with Suresh Kumar, was taken to the local Gandhi Maidan police station where police officials questioned us like criminals and forced us to sit there for six hours. We’re not allowed to eat, drink water or even go to toilet…our mobile phones were seized and we’re not allowed to talk even to our family members.” Mr Saraf, a well-known social figure from Madhubani and an RTI activist, further added that when the police were quizzing him in Patna, the local police came to his house in Madhubani and interrogated his ageing parents and wife. “It was a real torture for them too…nightmare for us all,” he said.‘Falsely implicated’Mr. Saraf said, “I also proposed that the government should disclose the names of approved projects and give reasons for rejecting others on its official website… to make the process transparent.” Mr Sharma from Chhaurahi village of Begusarai too spoke of his ordeal. “I was falsely implicated in a loan case by someone who had purchased a machine from me in 2013…when I failed to get any response from any quarter, I raised the issue before the Chief Minister while asking how an entrepreneur could do business in the State…but, the policemen took me under detention,” Mr Sharma told The Hindu. The two men who were taken into detention at around 1 p.m. were released at 8:10 p.m. and were forced to state in writing that they had been treated well and were being released in good condition by the police.“We’d taken them under detention to get the details…name of one of them, Suresh Kumar Sharma, has come up in a case…But we released them after getting the details,” was all Patna Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj told journalists on Thursday.Responding to the incident, State Industries Minister Jai Kumar Singh said, “Whatever had happened with the two should not have happened.” Opposition BJP leaders have demanded a response from the Chief Minister. “If somebody asks question to the Chief Minister, should he face such action,” asked senior State BJP leader Nand Kishore Yadav.last_img read more

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Dream of Happy Life With NRI Hubbies Shattered

first_imgGetting a nice groom is difficult. It is further difficult if he is a high salaried NRI. But dream gets shattered if the groom found to be a wrong one as has happened in case of two innocent girls of Sambalpur town. Read it at Daily Pioneer Related Itemslast_img

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SIT chargesheet points finger at Sukhbir over police firing

first_imgThe Special Investigation Team probing the desecration of scriptures in Punjab in 2015 has filed a chargesheet, claiming that the police firing on protesters was a pre-planned handiwork of the then Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, the former police chief and the Dera Sacha Sauda head. The chargesheet filed by the SIT of Punjab Police on May 28 has also accused six others, including a former Akali MLA, of firing on people protesting against cases of desecration at Kotkapura in Faridkot district. In a similar case of firing at Behbal Kalan, two protesters were killed. The SIT chargesheet also claimed that Sukhbir Badal arranged a pardon by the Akal Takht Jathedar to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan in a 2007 blasphemy case.Mr. Badal and his father Parkash Singh Badal had earlier dismissed the SIT probe ordered by the Congress government led by Amarinder Singh. Dismissing the former Deputy CM’s claim that he was abroad when the police firing took place, the SIT stated that it was “nothing but an attempt to take a defence alibi.” “The investigations suggest that he was aware of each and every development which was taking place in Punjab. However, the office of the Chief Secretary has been requested to provide complete details,” the chargesheet read. ‘Unprovoked firing’ The chargesheet claimed that the police firing at Kotkapura was “totally unprovoked” and the action was the outcome of a “conspiracy” between high-profile politicians and senior police officers in connivance with the Dera chief and his followers. The SIT said the role of the Badals, the then DGP Sumedh Singh Saini and Ferozepur range DIG Amar Singh Chahal was being investigated.The chargesheet claimed that the blasphemy case registered against Ram Rahim was cancelled at the behest of Sukhbir Badal on January 25, 2012, five days before the Assembly polls, to get the votes of Dera supporters. According to SIT, actor Akshay Kumar arranged a meeting between Sukhbir Badal and Ram Rahim to ensure a pardon for the Dera chief from the Akal Takht for allegedly posing as a Sikh guru. “The investigation conducted by the SIT reveals that a meeting between Sukhbir Badal and dera chief Ram Rahim was arranged by film actor Akshay Kumar on November 21, 2018,” the chargesheet said.last_img read more

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NCAA Season 93’s Best 7: Week 13

first_imgView comments Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  LATEST STORIES For the second straight week, and fourth time overall, the energetic Lyceum forward tops this week’s rankings.Though the Pirates are facing what could be their toughest stretch yet, Perez is still keeping his numbers up as he leads his team’s bid to sweep the elimination round.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(2) Jed Mendoza – G, JRU Heavy Bombers16.5 points (4/10 3PT), 5.0 rebounds, 3.0 assistsLast Week: N/AChurning out consistent numbers in JRU’s Final Four drive, Jed Mendoza takes the cake in the team’s 2-0 week.The playmaker’s poise, coupled with his stupendous sniping from downtown was really a big shot in the arm for the Heavy Bombers as they move a win away from clinching a seat in the Final Four.Mendoza has shown that he can be the perfect compliment to Tey Teodoro all season long, but his biggest test will be in its next two games as JRU seeks to formalize its entry to the postseason.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(3) Andoy Estrella – G, Mapua Cardinals22 points (2-4 3PT), 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes PLAY LIST 01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH It’s not for the lack of effort, though, as the Golden Stags lost a heartbreaking 60-58 thriller to JRU on Friday.With three games left in its schedule, San Sebastian should have the heightened sense of urgency in the coming weeks if they want to advance to the big dance.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(7) Rey Nambatac – G, Letran Knights12 points, 15 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 blockLast Week: N/AAlso on the losing end this week was Rey Nambatac.The senior guard tried his hardest to help Letran dent Lyceum’s armor, but in the end, the Pirates were just too much as the Knights fell, 81-69.Though defeated, Letran’s showing was respectable to say the least, with Nambatac being the engine that keeps the team going.But the 23-year-old vowed to not just churn out solid numbers, but also deliver victories, especially with games against San Beda and St. Benilde next in the Knights’ schedule. For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Read Next LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(5) Kent Salado – G, Arellano Chiefs16 points, 11 assists, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 blockLast Week: N/AKent Salado just brought Arellano out of the depths of elimination, doing it all in the team’s 95-65 beatdown of College of St. Benilde.Fighting for survival, the speedy playmaker’s double-double night against the Blazers kept the Chiefs’ flailing hopes alive as they seek to make a late rally to the Final Four.But the job won’t be easy, as Arellano will have no other choice but to win its next games, starting on Tuesday against San Sebastian.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(6) Michael Calisaan – F, San Sebastian Golden Stags15 points, 13 rebounds, 1 blockLast Week: N/AAnother solid showing went down the drain for Michael Calisaan as San Sebastian suffered another loss to drop to 7-8. Finally, we get some sense of clarity two weeks away from the end of the eliminations.Lyceum and San Beda have already punched their tickets to the playoffs and JRU seems to be following suit after moving a win away from nabbing the third spot.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThree more teams are duking it out for the last Final Four spot, making every game for Letran, San Sebastian, and Arellano do-or-die duels.Individually, players are also doing last-ditch efforts on not just helping their respective teams progress, but also put themselves in the conversation for the end of season awards. But as for this past three game days, here are the week’s best performers.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(1) CJ Perez – F, Lyceum Pirates24 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 stealsLast Week: 1CJ Perez continues to prove that he is one of the best, if not the best collegiate player in the country today.ADVERTISEMENT Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC MOST READ Ginebra ousts TNT, faces Meralco in PBA Finals rematch Last Week: N/AHope may be lost, but that won’t stop Andoy Estrella from giving Mapua its first winning streak of the season.The senior guard was clutch once again as he lifted the Cardinals to a gutsy 76-71 win over Perpetual on Thursday.Mapua may already be out of the running for the Final Four, but that doesn’t mean that Estrella couldn’t get the graceful exit he’s pining for.Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net(4) AC Soberano – G, San Beda Red Lions13 points (7-12 3PT), 2.5 reboundsLast Week: N/AAnother sharp-shooter enters this week’s list as AC Soberano unfurled a pair of standout outings in a 2-0 week for San Beda.Already considered as one of the deadliest snipers in the amateurs, the stocky guard showed how lethal he could be as he fired 5-of-7 threes to pour in 17 points in the Red Lions’ 88-51 rout of EAC.That’s exactly the performance coach Boyet Fernandez was looking for as San Beda gears towards its final elimination game against league-leader Lyceum. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president With the collegiate season in full swing, INQUIRER lists the week’s top seven performers in the ongoing NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament. From their game statistics to their overall impact in the outcomes, everything is weighed to come up with the best players from the week that was.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Pacquiao eyeing Mayweather rematch, says Roach

first_imgCayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Games A rematch between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao could be on the cards if the legendary Filipino boxer wins his bout against Australian challenger Jeff Horn this weekend, his trainer said Tuesday.Pacquiao, who was outpointed by Mayweather in the “Fight of the Century” two years ago, will be the strong favorite when he defends his world title against the unbeaten Horn in Brisbane.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH 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 Games Boxer Manny Pacquiao (L) and coach Freddie Roach. TRISTAN TAMAYO/INQUIRER.netPacquiao was coy about a possible rematch, stressing that his focus was on the World Boxing Organization welterweight title fight against 29-year-old former schoolteacher Horn at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.“If there’s a chance, why not. I’m willing, but let’s focus first for this fight,” the 38-year-old eight-weight world champion told reporters when asked about fighting Mayweather again.“We don’t want to underestimate Horn thinking about another fight, this fight is not done yet.”Pacquiao, 38, briefly retired last year before making a successful comeback against Vargas in November, and is juggling boxing with his duties as a senator in the Philippines.Boxing legend Mayweather, 40, is coming out of retirement to fight mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor in August.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ LATEST STORIES But the Horn fight could be critical to whether the “Pac-Man” secures another superfight with his American rival, Freddie Roach told reporters in Brisbane.“He (Horn) can derail us really badly. Manny is, I think, in a must-win situation. He wants a rematch with Mayweather,” Roach said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“And I mean to get Mayweather you have to look good against Jeff Horn, he has to look good, he has to be impressive.“I think there is a lot riding on this fight and I feel Manny has to look really good in this fight and the way the training camp went, I think he will.” WATCH: UFC fighter accidentally soils herself mid-fight WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ What ‘missteps’? Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Pacquiao eyeing Mayweather rematch6.8K viewsSportsVentuno Web Player 4.51 Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ 1 dead in Cavite blast, firelast_img read more

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Oral traditions of cricket should be preserved, says Hemant Kenkre

first_imgHemant KenkreCricket stories are always fascinating. And when Rahul Dravid speaks about the oral traditions of cricket, the audience is spellbound. While delivering the annual Dilip Sardesai Memorial Lecture in Mumbai, the stalwart recounted how chats with his childhood heroes Gundappa Viswanath and Syed Kirmani left a big impact while he was finding his feet in Karnataka cricket.Travelling by long-distance trains to play domestic cricket was the norm when the Dravid-Tendulkar generation was growing up. Cricketing legends from across the country spent long hours shuttling between cities, sometimes on unreserved tickets, to play the Ranji Trophy. The only form of entertainment in those pre-mobile, pre-social media days was either a game of cards or chats with teammates.Former Bombay skipper Milind Rege recounts how he and Sunil Gavaskar were asked to fetch ‘mixers’ by a senior Bombay player to add ‘flavour’ to his daily evening tipple.Rahul DravidDravid recalled how he had thought that Michael Holding was almost unplayable until he heard his team manager Viswanath recount stories about his experiences while playing against the West Indies.Anecdotes and chats, such as these, can be a form of motivation for young sportspersons provided they are willing to soak it up and learn from the experiences of the older lot.Mumbai has an informal, but robust, system where the younger lot can fraternise with cricket’s senior citizens. The exploits of cricketers from all states are recounted, not from a nostalgic perspective but to remind the current lot of the legacy they have inherited.advertisementI have yet to meet a former India cricketer who is unwilling to share his skill, experience and vast knowledge acquired from spending hours toiling on sun-baked grounds.The reason the older lot keep away is that they feel that they may not be given the respect they deserve.Story-telling is an art and cricketers like Dravid have prospered thanks to the stories they have heard from legends.(The writer is a former Cricket Club of India captain and Bombay University cricketer)last_img read more

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Sachin Tendulkar gifts bat to Arjun’s roommate ahead of India Under-19 tour

first_imgTwo Mumbai boys with completely contrasting backgrounds will board a flight to Sri Lanka this month. For both the boys, this will be their biggest cricket tour so far in their young careers.Eighteen-year-old Arjun Tendulkar, selected for the two four-day matches will be fly out first in anticipation of his India under-19 debut. Following him will be another Mumbai lad, 17-year-old batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal, picked for the five one day games to follow.Part of Arjun’s preparations involved bowling to Virat Kohli in the India nets in England this month. For Yashasvi, who often went to sleep on an empty stomach, this tour means the world.Incidentally, in the preparatory NCA camp in Bangalore for this trip, Arjun and Yashasvi were roommates. Yashasvi calls Arjun ‘great company ‘and swears by his advise to ‘improve fitness’. Yashasvi had one request of his roommate Arjun – a meeting with his father before the tour. Immediately after the camp was over, a meeting with the great man at his Bandra mansion followed.Also read – Ravi Shastri’s ‘words of wisdom’ for Arjun Tendulkar in England”It was my dream which came true. I got a bit nervous. I could not believe it was him. I asked him as many questions as I could about my game and he explained with examples. He told me how I could change my thoughts in different situations,” Yashasvi told India Today of his hour-long meeting with Sachin Tendulkar.Yashasvi says he was so focused on not missing out on asking all the questions that he forgot to take a picture with his idol altogether.advertisementTendulkar gifted Yashasvi a bat with a signed message, “Dear Yashasvi, Enjoy the journey and always give your best.” Although he may want to preserve the gift for inspiration, it’s a non option as the legend has advised him to use it for his first India age group challenge.Also read – The Tendulkars’ cricket journey: Different cricketers, different shades Sachin Tendulkar gifted a signed bat to Yashasvi Jaiswal. (Mangesh Ambre Photo)”Sachin Sir has told me it will be better for you if you play with this bat. So I will play with it and try to score big,” he says.A prolific scorer and regular member in Mumbai age group teams, Yashasvi has been rewarded with an India cap for scoring close to 500 runs in Cooch Behar trophy.Having come to Mumbai from rural Uttar Pradesh as a eleven year old and lived the struggle, he desperately wants to make this one count.Also read – Sachin Tendulkar ecstatic after son Arjun’s India U-19 selection”I have done all sorts of odd jobs from scoring, umpiring, getting back lost balls during matches to make some money to eat. Sometimes when I found balls after matches were over, I would sell them to earn money.In corporate matches, an incentive to become man of the match was to get some 200 300 rupees. That would help survive a few days. Besides lunch would be free,” he says.”In evening between 8-9, I would work in a pani puri shop. The problem was sometimes friends who I played cricket with would come over. I would run away if I saw a friend coming from a distance. The pani puri uncle would get angry but I would tell him, I can do anything but not serve to my friends. It’s funny when I look back now,” he grins.Also read – This is just the beginning, says Arjun Tendulkar’s bowling coach”The biggest problem was sleep and going to toilet in the night. There was no light or toilet in the tent I lived in and the toilet was half a km away. If there was an emergency, I would go somewhere nearby. There was one Zulfiqar chacha who would scold me and ask me to go to the toilet and I would tell him, it is closed,” he recalls.”The turning point came when I met Jwala Sir. He gave me home to live in and training and kits. If I hadn’t met him, I would not be a cricketer,” he says.Jwala Singh who now runs a cricket academy has lived Yashasvi’s struggles in his younger days. “I met Yashasvi in a chance encounter when I went to Azad Maidan for my academy work. After hearing about his struggles, I could relate to his story as I too had come from Gorakhpur with little money to become a cricketer. For someone like him, this u19 opportunity is about survival,” he tells India Today.advertisementAlso read – Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun selected to play for India Under-19When Yashasvi learnt of his India selection, he was so consumed by emotion that he could not sleep. “There is no way I would get any sleep that night. I was in Una for a camp. I kept talking with my mother and bhabhi all night. My room mate had to bear with me,” he says.Having done the hard yards, what is the first thing he would want to do now if he made some money? “I don’t know, Jwala Sir will decide. But yes, one thing I want to do is to give Muslim United club (where he spent his initial days in Mumbai) a good tent and do something for the people around Cross maidan who have so many problems during rains,” he says.Does he not think of buying a good house and car? “Yeh khayal to abhi aate bhi nahi (These thoughts don’t come to mind yet),” he says.last_img read more

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Neymar injury sours PSG victory over Marseille

first_imgParis Saint-Germain 3 Marseille 0: Neymar injured in easy Classique win Jamie Smith Last updated 1 year ago 06:00 2/26/18 Neymar AFP Neymar was injured as Paris Saint-Germain moved 14 points clear in Ligue 1 thanks to a 3-0 Le Classique win over Marseille. Neymar was carried off on a stretcher as Kylian Mbappe became the youngest goalscorer in Le Classique history, with the teenager on target in an easy 3-0 Ligue 1 win for Paris Saint-Germain against rivals Marseille.PSG needed an injury-time free-kick from Edinson Cavani to claim a draw in the reverse fixture – in which Neymar was sent off – but there was no such drama at the Parc des Princes on Sunday until the Brazilian suffered a suspected ankle injury in the closing stages.Unai Emery’s men, who have won all 14 of their home league games this season, move 14 points clear at the top of Ligue 1 as a result of their victory, with Marseille remaining third. 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A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Mbappe gave PSG an early lead, capitalising on left-back Jordan Amavi losing his footing to run on to a Dani Alves pass and slot in a well-taken finish.Rolando’s own goal doubled PSG’s lead 17 minutes later, the defender only able to turn Neymar’s effort past goalkeeper Yohann Pele with Cavani lurking behind him.Neymar was a doubt for the game due to illness but he set up Cavani for a brilliant third after half-time to ensure PSG have a hand on the Ligue 1 trophy with 11 games still to play.Marseille will have an immediate chance to earn revenge in Wednesday’s Coupe de France quarter-final, however, with Neymar’s participation in that tie questionable after he appeared to roll his right ankle.19 – @KMbappe has become the youngest goalscorer in a “Classique” played in Ligue 1 at 19 years, 2 months & 8 days, overtaking Samir Nasri (19 years, 2 months & 17 days on 10 September 2006). Wonderkid. pic.twitter.com/qJqWKJJeUa — OptaJean (@OptaJean) February 25, 2018 Marseille were in front twice in a 2-2 draw in Le Classique earlier in the season but PSG took the lead in the 10th minute.Alves played a throughball into the box for Mbappe, with a slip by Amavi allowing the teenager to collect the pass and send Pele the wrong way with a smart low shot.@KMbappe . 1-0 PSG. #PSGOM pic.twitter.com/dU31209Aek — PSG English (@PSG_English) February 25, 2018 Neymar got above Hiroki Sakai to head wide before Lucas Ocampos was fortunate only to be shown a yellow card for a bad late tackle on Alves.PSG were dominant and their second arrived after 26 minutes, Rolando scoring an own goal.Adrien Rabiot combined with Layvin Kurzawa on the left and although Neymar’s first-time shot was heading wide of the far post, Rolando had to try to clear with Cavani ready to tap in, but the defender could only divert the ball beyond Pele.Neymar bent a superb strike narrowly wide and Marseille coach Rudi Garcia hauled Ocampos off before the break, bringing on Morgan Sanson in a bid to give Marseille a foothold.PSG continued to control the match after the interval, though, with Cavani wrapping up the points after 55 minutes.Neymar’s dazzling run and cross created the opportunity for Cavani, who took a sublime first touch, held off and turned Rolando and smashed home an unstoppable finish to score in his third successive Classique appearance.Pure class from @ECavaniOfficial in PSG’s third goal   #PSGOM pic.twitter.com/I4yg79z1ai — PSG English (@PSG_English) February 25, 2018 Rolando almost made amends for his own goal, but Alphonse Areola turned his looping header around the post.With an eye on next month’s Champions League clash with Real Madrid, Emery was able to rest Mbappe and former Marseille midfielder Lassana Diarra.But there was bad news as Neymar damaged his ankle in an innocuous challenge with Bouna Sarr, the Brazilian tearful as he left the field on a stretcher. Key Opta Facts:- Paris Saint-Germain are unbeaten in their last 16 games against Marseille in all competitions (W13, D3). The last time Marseille were victorious was in November 2011.- Unai Emery’s side have only lost twice in their last 30 games in Ligue 1 (W25, D3): in December 2017 to Strasbourg (1-2) and January 2018 to Lyon (1-2).- PSG have won their last 18 home games in all comps, their longest run ever in their history. They have also triumphed in 14 successive league games at the Parc des Princes – their longest run in the top-flight.- There were 11 players booked on Sunday, only Lille v Lyon on February 21, 2016 has seen more (12 – 10 yellow cards and 2 red cards) over the last 10 seasons.- Kylian Mbappe is the youngest player to score in a game between Paris and Marseille in Ligue 1 (19 years, 2 months and 8 days), overtaking Samir Nasri (19 years, 2 months and 17 days on 10 September 2006).- Neymar has delivered 13 assists in Ligue 1 this season, his highest tally in a single season since his arrival in Europe. 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World Cup 2019: 5 things to look for in India’s World Cup run

first_img Anita Jat SouthamptonJune 5, 2019UPDATED: June 5, 2019 15:40 IST 5 things to look for in India’s World Cup run. (PTI)India are all set to begin their World Cup campaign as one of the favourites against South Africa. With two World Cup titles, India are tied with the West Indies and under Virat Kohli, the Asian giants are bidding for their third world title.Going into the World Cup, India have everything a team needs to shine in glory — a strong top-order, feisty fast bowlers, reliable all-rounders and likes of Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni.Virat Kohli is without a doubt among the pantheons of all-time greats. He has already won a World Cup with India in 2011, playing an important role on more than one occasion, but the 2019 World Cup will represent a watershed moment in his limited-overs captaincy career.Though Kohli will lead the Indian side, he will have assistance from veteran MS Dhoni who has done it before the country.In 2011, Dhoni has helped Sachin Tendulkar finish his spectacular cricketing career with a World Cup glory. In 2019, with speculation around his retirement post the World Cup, will he be able to do it once again for himself?Here we take a look at 5 things as India to look to start their World Cup campaignIndia vs Pakistan clash, June 16An India vs Pakistan group clash or a World Cup final, which of the two would carry more entertainment value. To come up to a result, go back in the time and recall the 2015 India vs Pakistan match in Adelaide. Streets buzzing with the chants of supporters, a stadium with a huge sea of blue and patches of green, and loud cheers from crowds overpowering the music and lightning in the sky after the match result–this frenzy is unmatchable even to a World Cup final.advertisementLabeled as one of the greatest sports rivalries in the world, India against Pakistan is a final before the eventual World Cup final. The match not only excites the sporting connoisseur inside us but also evokes patriotism among the common man that comes on the back off the historic the relationship these two countries share.The two teams have met 6 times in the World Cup since its inception in 1975 and India have not lost to Pakistan even on a single occasion.After putting a ban on bilateral series for an indifferent time, the last time the two teams faced each other was in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy. The match attracted a worldwide TV audience of nearly half a billion people and went on to become the second-most watched game of cricket ever.Come June 16 at Old Trafford and the two giants will meet up once again for the biggest game of cricket.MS Dhoni’s last World Cup?Since MS Dhoni announced his retirement from the Test cricket following the drawn Test against Australia in Melbourne in 2014, there has been a lot of chatter around his ODI career too due to his prolonged aging career.The 2019 World Cup is speculated to be the 37-year-old’s last international appearance in the cricketing arena.MS Dhoni’s prowess in limited-overs is not a hidden secret. He has led India to their first World Cup win in nearly 30 years and also lifted the T20 World Cup and Champions Trophy in 2007 and 2013 respectively.Carrying the reputation of the brain of the cricket’, MS Dhoni will not lead India at England but will play a crucial role in the field setting when captain Virat Kohli takes the hold of the outfield. The wicket-keeper-batsman also lifts the spirits of bowlers by going back to them in the middle of the overs and telling them how to discomfort the opposition batsmen.India coach Ravi Shastri has already said MS Dhoni will be a very big player for India at the 2019 World Cup and with his shape tactics behind the stumps, we know how valuable Dhoni could be for the side in helping India lift their 3rd World Cup trophy.Virat Kohli lifting his first World Cup as captainAt the joint captain’s conference last week in London, when a kid asked the skippers if afforded a chance, which player from the opposition team would they pick in their side, Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza replied, “that guy,” pointing at Virat Kohli.With his unmatchable skills in the ODI format, who wouldn’t want the best batsman on their side? Mark Waugh, Allan Border and many others have already picked Virat Kohli as their favourite for the 2019 World Cup on the back of what the Indian batsman has achieved in the past some years.advertisementLast year Virat Kohli became the fastest to score 10,000 ODI runs to break legendary Sachin Tendulkar’s record. He is also the only active cricketer to have 41 ODI centuries, second only to Tendulkar (49).Kohli has time and again proven himself as a batsman but his captaincy came under scanner after a disastrous IPL season with Royal Challengers Bangalore. Virat Kohli will play a dual role at the 2019 World Cup and will have a golden chance to put an end to all the questions raised on his captaincy.If India wins the World Cup on July 14, we could also Virat Kohli running down the Lord’s ground without a shirt, emulating Sourav Ganguly’s famous celebration after the Natwest Trophy win in 2002 at the same venue.World best bowler Jasprit BumrahWith an unconventional bowling action and never-say-die attitude, Jasprit Bumrah is already counted among the best in the world and as the best fast bowler, India has ever produced.The 25-year-old was spotted six years ago by former India coach John Wright at a local T20 Tournament and he went to carve his space for himself in the national side with his pace and accuracy.Jasprit Bumrah has shown what he is capable of doing at the 2019 Indian Premier League, a fortnight ago. He has not only picked 19 wickets in 16 matches for the Mumbai Indians but has also defended runs in the penultimate overs to guide Mumbai Indians to the title victory.Bumrah’s yorkers are so perfect that his ball falls directly on batsman’s toe to trap them for an LBW. He has become the captain’s man with his wicket-taking ability and death overs spell.With no spin on offer at the first half of the World Cup in England and Wales, Bumrah will have a crucial role to play for the side to help India sail through the knockout rounds.Crazy fan clubsWith cricket being followed as a religion in India, having dedicated groups following the team around the world doesn’t come as a surprise. Game anthems were earlier only associated with football but when it comes to India, cricket draws no less attention than a Premier League match.Remember the Rishabh Pant song that went viral after the wicket-keeper scored an unbeaten 159 to guide India to a Test win against Australia? That was a product of Bharat Army’s creative brain.The fan club went on to create another special rap for India’s historic 2-1 series win in Australia. “Jeetega India, Yeh sabko tha yakeen. Delhi se Sydney Sab Kehte the YahiBalle Balle Balle…”Though it was initially the Barmy Army that made Test cricket venues a fine spectacle with the help of band and music, Bharat Army took a cue from them to take this culture forward.With India and Pakistan World Cup clash clash lined up on June 16, we are expecting a series of musical chants at the Old Trafford in Manchester.Also Read | Don’t need to answer Kagiso Rabada in a press conference: Virat Kohli on immature commentAlso Read | South Africa pace ace Dale Steyn ruled out of World Cup 2019Also SeeadvertisementFor 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 byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow MS DhoniFollow MS Dhoni’s last World CupFollow Virat KohliFollow Virat Kohli lifting his first World CupFollow India vs PakistanFollow India vs South AfricaFollow Jasprit Bumrah World Cup 2019: 5 things to look for in India’s World Cup runIs this going to be MS Dhoni’s last World Cup? Will Virat Kohli lift his first World Cup trophy as captain? There are umpteen talking points as India begin their World Cup 2019 campaign vs South Africa on Wednesday. Here we take a look at 5 of them.advertisementlast_img read more

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Low Freight Rates Affect CBM’s Q1 Results

first_imgzoom The executive committee of Compagnie Maritime Belge (CBM), a maritime group seated in Antwerp, has reviewed the results recorded for the first quarter of 2014.The consolidated result for the first quarter 2014 amounts to USD – 3. 1 million. Bocimar, the company’s dry cargo transport arm,  contributes USD -4.3 million to the consolidated result for the first quarter of 2014.Despite generally held optimism, the first quarter of 2014 was characterised by seasonally low freight rates.The Cape market was once again affected by amongst other things weather-related factors – leading to high volatility – and the effects of a disruption in coal exports from Colombia. However, the main cause of the disappointment originates from the lack of Brazilian iron ore exports that were down by 25% on the previous quarter.In the other segments, notably for Supramax vessels, the Indonesian ban on exports of processed minerals (nickel ore, iron ore and bauxite) took a serious toll on freight rates, with a cascading effect on the smaller sizes.The average earnings for the first quarter for Bocimar can be summarised as follows:USD/day                                                2014                                        2013Capesize                                             22.740                                      25.075Panamax/Post panamax               10. 342                                       7.690Supra max                                          7.875                                          7.800Handysize                                          10.254                                         7.557Despite all the negatives, for the time being the market remains remarkably confident for a solid second half of 2014 and full year 2015.This optimism is founded on an active period market for periods of up to two years, strong FFAs for the third and fourth quarters of 2014 and a second hand market, with very strong prices paid for older Capesize vessels.As a result the market value of the Bocimar fleet has increased by more than 10% since the beginning of the year.Taking into account: that China will continue to import more and more iron ore, the availability of additional export volumes of iron ore and coal, that the moderate number of scheduled newbuilding Capesize deliveries for 2014 and 2015 will be absorbed by seaborne trade growth,Bocimar remains confident that markets will see more balanced supply and demand over the next 18 months.CBM, April 25, 2014last_img read more

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Two Nunavut communities decide beer and wine store future Monday

first_img(Iqaluit voted to allow a beer and wine store to open in April 2015. There is no store yet. Photo: Steve Mongeau/APTN)Kent DriscollAPTN National NewsVoters in two of Nunavut’s largest communities will decide Monday if there will be a beer and wine store in each of the communities.Cambridge Bay and Rankin Inlet will vote in a non-binding ballot to decide whether to open a store selling beer and wine.Both communities allow alcohol – but only if they import it.But a simple yes vote doesn’t guarantee success.In 2015, Iqaluit residents voted 77 percent in favour of a beer and wine outlet – but that outlet has yet to open.The latest announced date has it opening this summer.Nunavut’s current alcohol regime is multi-tiered and complex. Individual communities decide whether to be completely dry, to allow some alcohol with a committee approving orders, or simply allowing alcohol to be shipped in freely.A public vote with a 60 percent majority is needed to change a community’s status. To trigger that vote, you only need the signatures of 20 voters.Under Nunavut’s current system, if a community allows alcohol, it must be shipped in from another community. For example, both Iqaluit and Rankin Inlet have liquor ware houses, but are not allowed sell locally.If you live in Iqaluit, you have to order from Rankin Inlet, and vice versa. The two communities are 90 minutes away by air.Meanwhile, restaurant and bar orders are filled from the warehouse in their community.As a result, most people ordering legally opt to have their alcohol shipped in by plane from Southern Canada, for convenience and selection. In either case, in addition to the air freight costs, a liquor import permit must be purchased.Government members have argued that allowing for beer and wine sales will reduce the harm caused by hard liquor, the beverage of choice among bootleggers.Former premier and then Justice minister Paul Okalik left Nunavut’s cabinet, saying he could not support a beer and wine store unless the government opened an alcohol treatment facility in Iqaluit.Nunavut currently has no such facility.Six of Nunavut’s communities currently don’t allow alcohol at all, 14 follow the committee system, and the remaining six are wide open.In the end, if Iqaluit is any indication, it could be years until they see a store front. The capital of Nunavut voted to open a store in April 2015, but there is no store yet.kdriscoll@aptn.caFollow @kentdriscolllast_img read more

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Algeria Creates Regional Tensions to Distract Citizens From Real Crisis: Bourita

Rabat – Algeria may be convinced that it has no responsibility in the Western Sahara conflict, but for Morocco, its eastern neighbor has always failed to shoulder its role in the decades-long regional conflict. In an interview with the France-based magazine Jeune Afrique, Morocco’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Nasser Bourita, discussed all of the recent development in the conflict, as well as Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran.Bourita started his interview by discussing Algeria’s denial of its status as the main party to the ongoing conflict over Western Sahara. According to Bourita, “nobody in his right mind” could believe that the Western Sahara conflict can be solved without Algeria. Over the years, Morocco has been urging the United Nations to urge Algeria to participate in the UN-led political process. This year, Morocco escalated its rhetoric and called on the United Nations to pressure Algeria, as its separatist ally, Polisario, has increased its illegal actions east of Morocco’s defense wall. On April 4, King Mohammed VI addressed an urgent letter to the United Nations, emphasizing that “it is Algeria that hosts, arms, backs up, and brings diplomatic support for the Polisario.”In his interview, Bourita recalled a paragraph added in the latest Security Council resolution 2414, which calls on Algeria to contribute more to the political process and to “strengthen its commitment to the negotiations.”Algeria Will Create More Troubles“Morocco knows that Algeria will remain stubborn, rejecting its role in the regional conflict,” he said. Bourita said that the country is expecting more problems from its eastern neighbor. “As we know them, they will certainly create other problems in the region and beyond.” He added that Algeria is still working to “mislead the public,” referring to both the Algerian and international public, through its media claims that the resolution was in favor of Algeria itself.The minister added that Algeria continues to cover up its political, social, and economic crises by creating problems and tensions to “distract Algerians from their real concerns.”He emphasized that Morocco has long called on Algeria to discuss the Moroccan-Algerian border issue, with the aim of reopening the border, regardless of the status of the Western Sahara conflict. Algeria Backs Hezbollah-Polisario CollusionIn his interview, Bourita also discussed Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran because of its interference in Morocco’s domestic affairs.  The Moroccan official pointed that Algeria has backed the collusion between Hezbollah and Polisario. He said that some meetings between the separatist front and its Iranian proxy Hezbollah were held secretly with Algeria ’s knowledge.He added that Algeria is eagerly trying to push out Polisario from the Tindouf camps in southern Algeria to clear its responsibility as the country that shelters the “regionally destabilizing separatist group.”On May 1, Morocco decided to sever diplomatic ties with Iran, as Morocco presented evidence of collusion between Polisario and Hezbollah, specifically proof that the “Iran-backed Hezbollah movement has provided the separatist group with weapons and training in the Tindouf camps in Algeria.”While Algeria, Iran, and Polisario denied any involvement, Bourita said in his interview that Morocco “would not have bothered to submit a file to Tehran if it [evidence] was not solid.”“The file was carefully prepared, for weeks, on the basis of information collected and cross-checked over several months,” said Bourita, adding that the document summarizes “proven and precise facts: dates of visits by senior officers of Hezbollah in Algeria, dates and venues of meetings with Polisario officials, and a list of names of agents involved in these contacts.” Bourita added that Morocco did not make any move until all elements were studied, verified, and confirmed.In the document sent to Iran, the minister also unveiled the names of senior Hezbollah officers who have traveled Tindouf since March 2017 to meet Polisario leaders, and oversee training sessions and the construction of facilities.The list of the officials includes: Haidar Sobhi Habib, chief of Hezbollah’s external operations; Ali Moussa Dakdouk, military advisor to Hezbollah; and Haj Abou Wael Zalzali, head of military training and logistics, he addedstressing that Algeria has a hand in the recent tension between Iran and Morocco, Bourita said that the Iranian embassy in  Algiers served as a liaison between Hezbollah, Algeria, and Polisario, through its “cultural advisor” Amir Moussawi.Recently, Algerian activists and officials have urged Algeria to expel the Iranian cultural attaché for his alleged suspicious activities in the country.The animosity against the Iranian official escalated after Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran.Denouncing the collusion between Hezbollah and Polisario and Algeria and Hezbollah’s support for this action, Morocco said that the government “understands Algeria’s embarrassment,” especially regarding the documented proof that demonstrates the connection between the parties. read more

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Fatalities reported after UN helicopter crashes in eastern Nepal

UNMIN said it lost contact with the helicopter at 4 p.m. local time. The flight, which left the Maoist cantonment site at Sindhuli, was carrying seven UNMIN personnel and three crew members. It had been bound for Kathmandu, the capital.“UNMIN has had contact with local authorities at Ramechhap district, who advise that a helicopter has crashed in the vicinity of the Bethan village, that the helicopter has been located and that there are fatalities,” the Mission said in a statement.The Mission has sent a team by road to the crash site, about 85 kilometres east of Kathmandu, to assess the situation and confirm the reports.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he had learned of the news with “great sorrow,” according to a statement issued by his spokesperson. UNMIN said it would provide further updates as more confirmed information becomes available. 3 March 2008The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) has sent a team to the eastern part of the country after one of its helicopters crashed there today, amid reports that there have been fatalities. read more

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Ban welcomes Sri Lankas commitment to peacekeeping

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the pledges and commitments made by Sri Lanka to the UN peacekeeping operations.Ban Ki-moon appreciated the commitment made by Sri Lanka when he spoke at the United Nations Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial in London, the UN said. The Secretary-General reaffirmed the United Nations commitment to work with troop- and police-contributing countries in continuing to improve the performance of United Nations peacekeepers, including through the full implementation of the Secretary-General’s zero-tolerance policy regarding sexual exploitation and abuse.He applauded the strong focus of the Ministerial on women and peacekeeping.  He also congratulated Major Aichatou Ousmane Issaka of Niger, who received the first United Nations Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award. (Colombo Gazette) The Secretary-General said he was particularly encouraged by the pledges related to rapid deployment, including commitments by Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka to maintain units at a high level of readiness. He expresses his gratitude to the United Kingdom for hosting the important event, which built on the historic 2015 Leaders’ Summit on Peacekeeping. read more

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Former Idaho governor seeks investigation of mining company

BOISE, Idaho — Former Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has asked the Trump administration to investigate possible Chinese involvement in a mining company that could compete in Idaho with a Canadian-based company that tapped Otter to serve on its board of directors.The Idaho Statesman reports in a story on Friday that Otter in a July 9 letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he’s concerned cobalt mined in Idaho will be shipped to China.Otter in February joined the board of Toronto-based First Cobalt Corp.Otter is asking Mnuchin to look into Australia-based Jervois Mining Ltd.’s move to acquire ECobalt Solutions, based in Vancouver, British Columbia.Otter says he’s concerned because Jervois is seeking a joint venture that would include Chinese investment.___Information from: Idaho Statesman, http://www.idahostatesman.comThe Associated Press read more

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Libya Senior UN humanitarian official strongly condemns attacks on medical facilities

The ENT and Urological Center in Benghazi, the Benghazi Medical Center and Aljalaa Hospital all were hit by the recent attacks. According to a statement issued by the UN Support Mission in Libya, Dr. Hussain strongly condemned the violence, attacks and threats against medical personnel and humanitarian personnel engaged in medical duties, their means of transport and equipment, as well as hospitals and other medical facilities. Reiterating the primary responsibility to ensure respect for the principles and rules of international humanitarian law and in accordance with the UN Security Council resolution 2286, the acting humanitarian coordinator deplored the long-term consequences of such attacks for the civilian population and the health-care system the country.“I am appalled by such attacks that further endanger the patients and medical personnel in the act of delivering medical and humanitarian assistance. I strongly urge all parties [to] fully comply with their obligations under international law, including international human rights law,” said Dr. Hussain. read more

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Lily Allen claims head of record label took no action after hearing

The BBC said that Allen’s alleged attacker continues to work with Warner. Allen parted company with the label this summer.A spokesman for Warner Music UK said in a statement: “These allegations [from 2016] are appalling. We take accusations of sexual misconduct extremely seriously and investigate claims that are raised with us.“We’re very focused on enforcing our Code of Conduct and providing a safe and professional environment at all times.”The alleged assault took place in the Caribbean, where Allen was working on new material.She recalled: “I had been at a party. He was in a position of responsibility. He’d got me out of this party and decided he wanted to take me back to my hotel. We got to my hotel. I couldn’t find my room keys, so he was like, ‘Well, why don’t you sleep in my bed while I go and get the keys?’”Allen said she had been drinking heavily and passed out. “The next thing I knew, I woke up and he was in my bed naked.” Allen added: “Nobody wants to have the conversation, nobody wants to talk about it because then they have to talk about their culpability and their knowledge… and if their job isn’t to protect an artist, then what are they doing within that company? What are they doing there?” Lily Allen has accused the head of her record label of taking no action after she told him of an alleged sexual assault by an industry executive.Warner Music UK has become the latest company to be drawn into the #MeToo controversy after Allen claimed it had turned a blind eye when they learnt of her claims.The pop star first made the assault allegation in her memoirs last year, claiming that the man attacked her in a hotel room in 2016.In a new podcast for the BBC as part of an investigation into the music industry and the #MeToo movement, Allen said she met the head of her record label – Max Lousada, chairman and chief executive of Warner Music UK – shortly after the book was published.“I went out for dinner with one of the label bosses and he said to me that he had no idea about this incident until he read about it in the book,” Allen said.Asked by the podcast host, Miquita Oliver, if Mr Lousada had said, “Now that we know, boy, are we going to do something about it,” Allen replied: “No.”She said the label had seen an early copy of the book without her knowledge. “They got hold of the book so that they could see what was coming and protect themselves, because otherwise they would have read the book and gone, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe what happened with so-and-so, are you ok?’ No, that didn’t happen.” Lily Allen performs on stage at Mighty Hoopla She said the man tried to have sex with her, and she jumped out of bed screaming.At the time, she did not report it to the label. “I’d made a decision that I didn’t want to go to the police, that I didn’t want to make a fuss and I wanted to keep it quiet. But I did want to protect myself,” she said.Allen said she felt her career had been damaged “as a result of talking about this stuff”.“People are always questioning what the victim’s intentions are, what it is that their end game is. I think the victims just want validation – they want someone to go, ‘Yeah, that happened, that was wrong, you’re a person, somebody crossed the line with you,’” she said.“And I’m a 34-year-old woman with two children, God knows what it’s like to be 19, 20, 21 in this industry.” Lily Allen performs on stage at Mighty Hoopla 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. read more

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Rockstar Games officially announces GTA V

first_imgWhat every gamer expected has finally happened: Rockstar Games has officially announced Grand Theft Auto V today.By officially announced I mean they have confirmed its existence and released the logo design as can be seen above. Beyond that there are no details about the actual game.The announcement was made via the RockstarGames Twitter account, which just included the #GTAV tag and a link to the main website. Visiting the site presents you with the fullscreen logo.We won’t have to wait long to see the game in action, though. Rockstar also confirmed that the first trailer will appear on November 2nd. Even if it just shows story elements we should get a good idea of what the game looks like as GTA always uses the in-game visuals for cutscenes as far as I can remember.It’s been quite the wait for this game. GTA IV was released on April 29th 2008, marking a full three and a half years of GTA V being in development. Based on the size of the games you can understand why it takes so long, especially with the visual quality everyone expects on both consoles and PC now.Can we guess at a release date? Maybe Rockstar is looking to take advantage of the quiet summer months next year, or maybe they’ll swing a surprise and launch in the January slump following the pre-Christmas rush.Either way, it’s guaranteed to sell millions of copies on every format and will probably yet again see PC gamers have to endure months of waiting while PS3 and 360 owners enjoy playing the game.More at Rockstar Gameslast_img read more

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Thomas Tuchel reveals he dropped Mbappe and Adrien Rabiot

first_imgPSG manager Thomas Tuchel has revealed why he dropped Kylian Mbappe and Adrien Rabiot from Le Classique, citing disciplinary reasons after ‘pair turned up late to the team meeting at a hotel’ as major reason.Speaking after the 2-0 victory, which was rounded off by Julian Draxler’s late second, Tuchel noted he felt unable to start the duo as a result of disciplinary misconduct.‘It was a disciplinary issue in the hotel before the match, and that’s why we decided that they wouldn’t start,’ he said via Daily Mail.PSG, Neymar, Ligue 1PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.‘It’s a shame because I don’t like to play without Kylian and Adrien but today it was necessary and after that it’s all good, it’s finished.’Indeed reports coming from France also confirms that Mbappe and Rabiot were both late to a team meeting ahead of Sunday’s clash in Marseille.PSG has grabbed a 100 percent record in Ligue 1 following 11 games. They are also already eight points clear at the top of the table.last_img read more

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The Celebrity Championship celebrates its 20th anniversary at Morgan Run Club Resort

first_img Posted: May 18, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Ginger Jeffries, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe Integrated Sports Marketing – Celebrity Championship at Morgan Run Club & Resort has begun!Plus, Sunday is Community Heroes Appreciation Day! FREE admission, lunch, autographs and more for all #SanDiego active duty and retired Military, Police Officers, Sheriffs Deputies, Firefighters and EMT’s!Ginger Jeffries was there all morning talking with some of the celebrities including Marucs Allen and Nick Barnett! KUSI Newsroom, Ginger Jeffries The Celebrity Championship celebrates it’s 20th anniversary at Morgan Run Club & Resort Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter May 18, 2018last_img read more

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