PANAJI: The Congress on Sunday said the BJP-led government in Goa was misusing the mining issue to ensure stability of the coalition government and keep mine owners under constant pressure to exploit them.The Parrikar government recently decided to expedite investigations into illegal mining cases through a State police Special Investigation Team (SIT). The Congress on Sunday called it a pressure tactic to keep “immorally formed minority government going and to keep mine owners under pressure”.Former Chief Minister Digambar Kamat, who led the government when a large part of illegal mining scams occurred, and some miners are in a legal battle against attempts by the SIT to arrest and investigate them, respectively. “While having absolute majority of 21 MLAs, the BJP government never thought of investigating mining allegations. But after the number of MLAs reduced to 13, BJP wants to pursue the matter,” said Mr. Girish Chodankar, AICC Secretary. He said BJP had used the issue in 2012 to win Assembly elections by “misleading people”.
Advertisement AdvertisementHaving won LaLiga Santander in 2017/18, FC Barcelona becomes the first team to display the special patch.This is an initiative that LaLiga have created to reward the quality and excellence of the competition, and to celebrate the merits of the champion. For LaLiga, it’s an honor for FC Barcelona to be the first club to have the “heartbeat” of the champion on their shirts.The badge forms part of a new corporate identity for LaLiga, with the “heartbeat” set to appear just above the LaLiga logo on the right sleeve. It has a diameter of 3.5 cm and has 17/18 inscribed as a reference to the season in which FC Barcelona was crowned champions. The badge can also be found in official Barça stores for fans to purchase.FC Barcelona is proud to become the first team in the competition to wear the new badge, as they look to defend their LaLiga Santander title from last season.With this step, LaLiga continues to grow as a worldwide point of reference alongside its clubs. The design is based on the new corporate identity embodied by the “heartbeat”, a graphic that represents the passion and heartbeat of the best league in the world.FC Barcelona will debut the badge this Saturday at 22:15 CET when they face D. Alaves at the Camp Nou, their first match in LaLiga Santander 2018/19.
By Abhishek Hore New Delhi, Aug 9 (PTI) Apprehensions following the imposition of GST on sports equipment has forced the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) to “approach” the finance ministry and take up the cudgels on behalf of a very concerned shooting community. The NRAI assured that it will “do all it can” to ensure the shooters are not affected. The inclusion of sports goods under the higher tax slabs of the Goods and Services Tax has left many shooters worried about high cost of procuring equipment from abroad, and renowned pistol exponent Jaspal Rana has been the most vocal in expressing concerns. NRAI president Raninder Singh old PTI, “We have taken it up officially with the Finance Ministry and are hopeful of an early resolution to the issue. NRAI will do everything in its power to ensure that the athletes and the sport are not adversely affected.” As someone who is currently coaching the Indian junior pistol team, the 41-year-old Rana empathises with the plight of his aspiring wards and their anxious parents. “Imposing GST on sports goods will act as an obstacle, especially to those who are financially weak. “Instead of encouraging the athletes who can bring glory to the country, you are imposing an additional unnecessary burden of 18-28 percent of GST on sports equipment.” Elaborating on the problems, he said, “Parents of aspiring shooters coming from not-so well-to-do families buy equipment after taking loans from banks or borrow money, just imagine what will they do now. “These equipment are not produced in India, they have to be imported, so how will an athlete from a poor family manage.” Rana, a multiple-time gold medallist at the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and several other international tournaments, was also critical of the national federation. When told that NRAI senior vice-president and MP Kalikesh Narain Singh Deo raised the issue in the Parliament recently, Rana asked what were they doing before GST was officially imposed? “I dont see any step being taken in this regard by the federation or the government. About the problems faced by the sportsman till now, none from the government or federation has expressed concern on the social media or any other platform. “Whereas our sports minister has enough spare time to inaugurate a range of five lanes.” Under Rana, the junior shooters gave a good account of themselves in the recent world championships at Munich, finishing second overall. “Now you see what countries like USA and China will do. They are not going to keep quiet. We had a good platform and the governments policy on import till now was liberal. But this could be a huge setback if the government doesnt review its tax policy.” The Padma Shri went on, “Whatever we have achieved in our time was without much support from the government. It is a pity that the government wants to impose GST on this. I cant understand how much profit can they earn from it. 100 crore, 200 crore, can they afford an Olympic medal after saving this amount?” Under the new policy, 28 percent tax will be levied on pistols and revolvers while rifles, shotguns and ammunition are in the 18 percent tax slab. The rest of the equipment is in the 12 percent slab. Shooting equipment was exempt from any tax before GST came into the picture. Raninder said, “As I have already spoken on the day of the NRAI elections held recently, 18 percent GST imposed on all imports including duty free imports will definitely have an adverse impact on the shooting sport. “All world-class equipment needed in the sport needs to be imported and were till now part of the customs duty free list. A steep imposition of 18 percent is sure to affect a majority of athletes who are vying to bring glory to the country.” Weapons and equipments used in shooting sports are imported from countries such as Germany, Italy and UK. PTI AH PM PMadvertisement
Frank Lampard is following in the footsteps of predecessor Maurizio Sarri in playing N’Golo Kante as a box-to-box midfielder, and has been hailed for doing so by new Besiktas coach Abdullah Avcı.Sarri was criticised during his sole season in charge at Stamford Bridge for not deploying Kante in a deeper role, instead opting for Jorginho as his No. 6 in a three-man midfield.But in giving the France international a more expansive role to get up and down the pitch, Lampard followed Sarri’s lead by handing Kante licence to patrol the whole field against Liverpool in Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup clash. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? And watching on as the Blues faced Jurgen Klopp’s side at Vodafone Park, Avcı picked out Kante as the key man.”Kante’s return to the starting line-up significantly improved Chelsea,” the Besiktas boss told Goal in an exclusive interview’.”It’s impossible to define Kante as a classic defensive midfielder. Lampard assigned him to a box-to-box role against Liverpool and this resulted in an impressive performance.Known for his tough tackline and breaking up play, Kante impressed Avcı in possession and with his willingness to carry the ball forward, and he was quick to back Sarri’s previous decision.”He made eight successful dribbles which is his career high!” he added.”Sarri was constantly criticised for this but Kante was the best Chelsea player on the pitch.”Despite being a huge fan of Kante’s display, there was another player who caught his eye.”I also liked Pedro,” he said. “He’s the ideal attacking wing player in modern football; he can help his team, protect the ball, he doesn’t lose possession easily and can dribble past his opponent in the blink of an eye.”Following Chelsea’s Premier League defeay by Manchester United in their opening game of the season, Lampard will have been encouraged by Wednesday night’s display, drawing 2-2 with Liverpool after extra-time before cruelling losing in the penalty shootout.Having bounced back from the Old Trafford hammering with a strong performance, the new Blues boss has been backed by Avcı to succeed, and he belives he can build on Sarri’s tactical nous.”With Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea used 4-3-3 formation very efficiently and became one of the fastest-passing teams in the Premier League.”They made a good start but had some troubles in the final third as the season continued. It appears that we’ll see mainly a 4-2-3-1 formation this season.”Before the Liverpool game, I was expecting Chelsea to have less possession and go with a more transitional offense mentality with Frank Lampard. This UEFA Super Cup game proved my expectations are correct.”However, they may struggle gaining results if these defensive problems aren’t fixed. Obviously, it’ll take time for us to see what Lampard has in mind but this team have a strong tactical-memory from last season and I believe that this philosophy will evolve into a more efficient strategy.”Chelsea are next in action when they host Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
India Today Web Desk New DelhiMarch 1, 2019UPDATED: March 1, 2019 20:38 IST Vikram SharmaSunil Gavaskar (former captain, India cricket team) at the India Today Conclave 2019 in Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi on 1st March 2019. Photograph by Vikram SharmaHIGHLIGHTSSunil Gavaskar said India players are professional enough to handle distractions at the World CupIndia are scheduled to take on Pakistan in Manchester on June 16 at the World CupSeveral members of the Indian cricket fraternity have urged India to boycott Pakistan tie at the World CupFormer India captain and batting great Sunil Gavaskar has said India won’t feel any additional pressure during their marquee encounter against Pakistan at the 2019 Cricket World Cup despite the politically charged climate between the two neighbours. India are scheduled to meet their arch-rivals in Manchester on June 16.Gavaskar’s comments come after several members of the Indian cricket fraternity urged India to boycott the tie against Pakistan in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack. 40 soldiers of India’s Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) lost their lives during a suicide attack carried out by Pakistan-based terror group, Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir on February 14.Media reports also suggested India wanted Pakistan to be kept out of the quadrennial showpiece event. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), it has been learnt, has taken no stand on the issue.The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday assured the BCCI that if need arises, it will “uplift the security based on advice of relevant agencies” to address India’s concerns during the upcoming World Cup the wake of the Pulwama terror attack.With a lot more than just two points associated to what is expected to be the most-anticipated tie at the World Cup, players from both the teams are going to face a bit of heat in the lead up to the marquee clash.However, Gavaskar believes the players are professional enough to keep away the distractions and focus on the job in hand.Great teams ignore everything around them: GavaskaradvertisementSpeaking at India Today Conclave 2019, Gavaskar said: “I don’t think so [players will not feel additional pressure]. I think our players are professional enough to know this is a game of cricket that they need to win. They will not be swayed away by circumstances. I don’t think it will make a difference.”Great teams ignore everything around them, they focus on the game. As a batsman, you forget what has happened with the previous ball. You focus on the next ball, that’s the same with a team as well. Sure, going into the hotel, there are going to be guys saying things. But that’s going to be for other series as well,” the former captain added.Pray and hope cricket prevails: HaydenSharing the stage with Gavaskar, former Australia opener Matthew Hayden said at India Today Conclave that as an Australian, he wishes the World Cup is played with all the 10 member nations participating in it.Notably, in the upcoming World Cup, all 10 teams will have to meet the other nine in the single-legged round-robin group stage. The top four teams at the end of the group stages will qualify for the semi-final.”Cricket is a beautiful game. It’s a game that elevates and levitates above significant issues. So for me, I really pray and hope that cricket prevails. It has lasted depressions, wars, and anarchy. I am sure both governments will have to make important decisions. But from an Australian point of view, I pray there is full membership. It’s back to the 1992 format, it’s going to be round-robin. It’s going to be an exciting format,” Hayden said.Meanwhile, Michael Clarke, who was also part of the star-studded panel on Friday, said players will feel the emotions ahead of such big matches but insisted that the muscle memory will kick in once a player steps on the field.”I think there’s no doubt we feel the emotion of every person. Playing in a World Cup, or the Ashes or tour to India, my preparation was same for each and every game. But you feel the emotions ahead of major tournaments. There will be parts of that when India does play Pakistan,” Clarke said.”I agree that cricket is still a game, the players will, as much as they read the media and watch the news, feel the nerves. But as soon as they take the field, muscle memory takes over. A batsman will see the ball, a bowler will be focused on bowling the next delivery and the fielder will watch the ball. No matter, how emotional it is, you quickly shift focus to what you want to do.”Also Read | Mithali Raj ready to give 2021 Women’s World Cup a shotAlso Read | ndia Today Conclave 2019: Sunil Gavaskar predicts India vs England World Cup finalAlso Read | Playing to win series vs Aus or else I’ll leave the ball to hit the stumps: Virat KohliAlso See:For 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 India vs PakistanFollow 2019 Cricket World CupFollow Pulwama terror attackFollow Sunil GavaskarFollow Michael ClarkeFollow Matthew Hayden Don’t think India will be under extra pressure vs Pakistan at 2019 World Cup: Sunil GavaskarSpeaking at India Today Conclave 2019, batting great Sunil Gavaskar pointed out that things are going to be said in the lead-up to India-Pakistan World Cup tie but said India players are professional enough to not get swayed away by distractionsadvertisement
zoomImage Courtesy: Wilhelmsen Ships Services Wilhelmsen Ships Services and Airbus have begun shore-to-ship trials of a new parcel delivery drone in Singapore.The two companies pointed out that this marks the first time drone technology has been deployed in real port conditions, to deliver a variety of small, time-critical maritime essentials to working vessels at anchorage.The maiden shore-to-ship delivery flight was made to the Swire Pacific Offshore’s anchor handling tug supply vessel M/V Pacific Centurion, 1.5km from the shoreline of Singapore’s Marina South Pier, carrying 1.5kg of 3D printed consumables.After depositing its cargo to the shipmaster, the Skyways unmanned air vehicle returned to its base, with the entire flight taking within ten minutes.Though small drone delivery trials from tugboat to ship have been conducted before by a number of shipping companies and service providers, shore-to-ship delivery of this range and scope has never been explored, prior to this trial, Wilhelmsen Ships Services (WSS) noted.During the trials, Airbus’ Skyways drone will lift off from the pier with a payload capability of up to 4kg, and navigate autonomously along pre-determined ‘aerial corridors’ to vessels as far as 3km from the coast.“Less labor dependent than delivery via launch, autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can potentially reduce delivery costs by up to 90% in some ports and have a smaller carbon footprint than launch boats,” WSS said.“The now proven, seamless operation of drone deliveries from shore-to-ship, in one of the world’s busiest ports, proves the hard work, investment and faith we, and indeed our partners, placed in the Agency by Air drone delivery project over the past two years was not misplaced,” Marius Johansen, VP Commercial, Wilhelmsen Ships Agency, commented on the successful first delivery flight.“We are thrilled to launch the first trial of its kind in the maritime world,” Airbus’ Skyways lead, Leo Jeoh, said.“Today’s accomplishment is a culmination of months of intense preparation by our dedicated team, and the strong collaboration with our partner, as we pursue a new terrain in the maritime industry.”The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is facilitating the trial, which started in late November 2018, through the interim use of Marina South Pier as the launching and landing point for Airbus’ delivery drone. At the same time, MPA has designated anchorages for vessels to anchor off Marina South for the trial. The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore is also working with Wilhelmsen and Airbus to ensure safety of the trials.
PTOLEMAIDA, Greece — If earthquakes struck in slow motion, the results might be visible in a place like the Greek village of Anargyri, a hardscrabble enclave in a black landscape gutted by coal mining.The village in northern Greece once had more than 400 people. Now it has fewer than 50, after being torn apart over decades. Its roads are slowly buckling, its door frames have shifted, its walls and home foundations have cracked beyond repair. Residents are leaving not in panic but out of desperation.One after another, the tiny villages in Greece’s lignite belt have been destroyed by mining as the ground becomes too unsteady to hold homes upright. Bells at one church in the area are not rung regularly for fear of causing more cracks in the walls.Cattle farmer Michalis Bitas first noticed the damage to homes in Anargyri in 1986.“That’s when mining started locally. It slowly began to eat up the houses before it went on to eat us up too,” he said.Bitas is from one of the few dozen households in the village who have refused a power company’s offer to move them to a rented apartment in a nearby town. These villagers are demanding full compensation for their homes — a right only granted by law if mining occurs directly below a settlement.“I have sheep and machinery. What am I supposed to do? Move them into an apartment?” Bitas said.Heavy-duty coal excavators and vehicles on the horizon near the village look like toy trucks, dwarfed by the scale of the blackened mining fields.Greek is still hooked on coal, despite warnings about the dire consequences of global warming issued both by a new scientific report and experts at the recent U.N. climate talks in Poland and despite ambitious European Union-wide targets to replace coal use with renewable energy.Greece is currently the world’s 12th largest producer of lignite — known as brown coal — mining 36 million tons annually, according to U.S. federal government energy data. Lignite is a low-grade coal that throws off higher carbon dioxide emissions than black coal. It is often burned near where it is mined since its low energy density makes it too expensive to transport very far.Nearly a third of Greece’s electricity is produced by coal-fired plants and the country has no phase-out plan to stop using domestically produced coal, unlike most parts of Western Europe. Despite abundant wind and sun, only around 15 per cent of Greece’s energy is produced by renewable sources. Most of its reduction in coal use in recent years has been offset by an increased use of imported natural gas.Under measures hammered out with Greece’s bailout creditors, the state-controlled power company, PPC, will privatize three coal-fired electricity plants, prolonging their life.Also, contrary to many of its EU neighbours, Greece is on course to expand its dependence on oil and gas as the nation tries to attract overseas investment to counter a financial crisis that lasted nearly a decade. The Greek government has embarked on a major exploration drive for oil and gas off its western and southern coasts.The oil and gas ventures have alarmed environmental groups, which have issued an urgent plea to the Greek government to reverse its course and switch investments to the renewable sources like solar and wind power.“We must act directly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but our country is moving in the opposite direction,” a letter addressed to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said. It was signed by 34 environmental and human rights groups, including Greenpeace, the World Wide Fund for Nature, Amnesty International and Doctors Without Borders.Greece is planning to invest “in fossil fuels for decades, along with worrying delivery of hundreds of thousands of square kilometres, on and offshore, for hydrocarbon extraction,” the letter said. “This would surrender the country to the nightmare consequences of climate change.”In Anargyri, despite the destruction of their homes, residents have mixed feelings about coal, since PPC is a key employer that provides 5,000 local jobs. The other attraction is that lignite, mined domestically, is not vulnerable to financial market swings or geopolitical shocks, unlike imported oil and gas, which in Greece mostly comes from Russia.“Clearly, lignite activity will be reduced and will be replaced by other sources of energy, renewable sources of energy,” PPC executive Konstantinos Theodoridis told The Associated Press.“But lignite will continue to be a strategic fuel that, in any geopolitical instability, is the only energy-producing fuel that is absolutely controlled by our country,” he said.___Derek Gatopoulos in Athens contributed. Follow Kantouris at http://www.twitter.com/CostasKantouris___Read more about climate issues from The Associated Press at https://www.apnews.com/ClimateCostas Kantouris, The Associated Press
In a message marking World Diabetes Day, Mr. Ban noted that the illness can make other diseases worse, and can have a terrible impact on maternal and child health. “In some countries, the rapidly rising burden of diabetes is a factor in faltering progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),” he said, referring to the pledges world leaders made to slash a host of social ills, including extreme hunger and poverty, infant and maternal mortality, and lack of access to education and health care – all by 2015. At the same time, the Secretary-General noted that Type 2 diabetes is preventable. It is among the so-called “lifestyle diseases” – along with cardio-vascular disease and some cancers – attributable to unhealthy diets, a lack of exercise, tobacco use and the abuse of alcohol play. “This means that effective strategies and plans of action will not be limited to the health sector alone,” he said. “Rather, they should involve many areas of government and a wide range of actors, including civil society and the private sector. “Prevention can help reduce poverty, promote economic productivity and keep countries on track in their efforts to achieve the MDGs,” he added. More than 220 million people worldwide have diabetes, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO), which adds that a healthy diet, regular physical activity, maintaining a normal body weight and avoiding tobacco use can prevent or delay the onset of the disease. 14 November 2009Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for greater support to developing countries in preventing diabetes, which kills at least one million people every year, and in increasing access to health care.
OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer pivoted his campaign to the environment on Wednesday, announcing a tax credit for homeowners who make energy-saving renovations, following a scathing attack a day earlier by his Liberal opponent, Justin Trudeau.The 20 per cent refundable tax credit could be worth up to $3,800 annually, he said, as he shot back at Trudeau’s new promise on Tuesday to achieve zero net carbon emissions in Canada by 2050.Scheer said Trudeau hasn’t met Canada’s greenhouse gas reduction targets for 2030, so there’s no point in taking his plan seriously for 2050. He reiterated the new Conservative plan would give Canada the “best chance” to reach the 2030 targets, but his announcement carried no detailed analysis. Breaking down the parties’ tax-cut pledges in an election that’s evolved into a bidding war for votes Andrew Scheer is right. It’s time to end corporate welfare in Canada Conservatives court small business, pledging to end red tape ‘rat’s nest’ “These are all measures specifically designed to lower Canada’s emissions, but also lower global emissions,” Scheer said in Jonquiere, Que. “Canada is not the problem. We can shut down our entire economy here and within a matter of days, the production in China would replace everything that we produce here — all the emissions that we emit here.”On Tuesday, Trudeau branded Scheer as backwards and out of step on fighting climate change, linking him to Conservative politicians such as Doug Ford and Jason Kenney, the Ontario and Alberta premiers.It was part of an attempt by Trudeau to reframe the election around the environment after last week’s revelations of his history dressing up in black- and brownface knocked his re-election bid off course. He has linked himself to the rising protest of young people around the world that is gaining momentum through the bitter scolding of world leaders that teenaged climate activist Greta Thunberg levelled at the United Nations this week.Trudeau also provided no costing details to accompany his announcement Tuesday to accompany his 2050 pledge and his commitment to halve the income-tax rate for companies that produce zero-emission technologies.Green Leader Elizabeth May opened Wednesday’s campaigning by offering a detailed spending breakdown of her party’s platform. She pledged that her party, if elected, would balance the federal budget by 2024.“We are able to put before you a budget that is balanced in five years. But to do that we have a number of really large, new revenue pieces,” she said in Halifax.May proposed a series of new tax measures that she said would create tens of billions of dollars of new revenue for federal coffers. Among them was what she called a “very small tax on financial transactions” that she said would raise $18 billion by 2025.May said the Greens would increase corporate taxes, close the capital gains loophole, apply a wealth tax to Canadians with more than $20-million dollars and eliminate fossil-fuel subsidies.Previously, the Greens promised new spending to introduce universal pharmacare, abolish tuition for post-secondary education and provide universal child care, as well as protecting the environment.Scheer has also promised Canadians a balanced budget, but has yet to explain exactly how. Trudeau says he is committed to investing in the future of the country, and has made no apologies for running deficits to do that.Trudeau is one of three federal leaders in British Columbia on Wednesday, where the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh is to meet with Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart, a former NDP MP. Singh holds Stewart’s old seat.The NDP say Singh will unveil a “new deal” to make life more affordable in B.C.Singh has already promised to cede authority in several areas to Quebec, including on the environment, immigration and justice, as part of his vision for more asymmetric federalism, in which the provinces don’t all have the same relationship with the federal government.Trudeau will be in Delta, B.C., where he’s expected to make another announcement on the environment before flying back east to a rally in Thunder Bay, Ont.And People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier begins a western tour, his first extended trip of the campaign, with an appearance at the Surrey, B.C., board of trade.Singh made climate-change promises of his own on Tuesday, including pledging to electrify Canada’s public-transit fleets by the end of the next decade and to construct a coast-to-coast, clean-energy corridor.The NDP called Trudeau’s climate-change policies hypocritical because of the government’s $4.5-billion purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline project.Trudeau and Singh managed to speak late Tuesday about the times Trudeau darkened his skin for costumes, but neither camp would say just what they talked about.
OSU sophomore Keita Bates-Diop (33) takes a free throw in a game against Louisiana Tech on Nov. 24 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU lost 82-74. Credit: Maria Martello | Lantern PhotographerIn Ohio State coach Thad Matta’s head coaching career, he has stood on the sideline for 531 games.He has won 403 of those, while dropping 128. But in none of those 531 contests has his team had more losses than wins in the record column.That will change on Tuesday, as the Buckeyes (2-3) are set to welcome No. 10 Virginia (5-1) to the Schottenstein Center for a 7:30 p.m. matchup as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.OSU’s season started off without any noteworthy results, grabbing 20-plus-point victories over a pair of unspectacular opponents. The wheels came off from there, however, as consecutive home losses to Texas-Arlington and Louisiana Tech dropped OSU to .500, before an overtime loss to Memphis in Miami gave Matta a losing record for the first time in his career.Sophomore forward Jae’Sean Tate said having a losing record comes as a shock when a player comes to a school like OSU, but the team has to keep its composure and keep getting back on track.“None of us expected to be 2-3, but we’ve just got to stay the course,” Tate said. “We have to learn how to grow, how to improve every week in practice.”Tate and fellow sophomore forward Keita Bates-Diop each offered the same two culprits for the Buckeyes’ struggles: turnovers and poor free-throw shooting.“We’re not losing games by a lot. They’re close games. It’s just the turnovers, we have to cut back on those, and make our free throws,” Bates-Diop said. “We could be getting different questions right now if we’re doing that.”The Buckeyes are turning the ball over 16.2 times per game, ranking 323rd in the nation out of 346 qualifying Division I schools. Virginia, on the other hand, ranks second with just 7.5 turnovers per game.Matta said the praise for the Cavaliers’ efficiency lies with coach Tony Bennett, who is now in his seventh season in Charlottesville, Virginia.“I think Tony Bennett has done a tremendous job in terms of coming in and establishing that program … I don’t think Virginia gets the respect of other schools, but they’re as good as any of them, that’s for sure,” Matta said.For the Buckeyes, Tate said it is never easy to snap a losing streak, and the team is unlikely to get any help against a team like the Cavaliers. Still, he said the team is trying its hardest to keep its focus one game at a time.“Any loss will have an impact on your confidence, but coach is doing a great job telling us to stay the course,” Tate said. “Teams go through losses all the time, it’s just how you bounce back the next game.”A glance at the CavaliersVirginia comes into Tuesday night’s matchup 5-1, with the lone loss coming in a second-game hiccup at George Washington.While the quality of its other five opponents hasn’t been the strongest, Matta said he has been more than impressed with what he’s watched.“They’re as good of a basketball team as I’ve seen this year … They’re such a great blend of the positions, inside, outside,” Matta said. “It’s definitely a veteran basketball team that’s going to be a great challenge for us.”Virginia — which earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament a season ago but was ultimately upset by Michigan State in the Round of 32 — uses a balanced offensive attack rather than relying on a go-to scorer.Redshirt senior guard Malcolm Brogdon leads the team with 16.7 points per game. The 2014-15 AP All-American Second-Team recipient has also chipped in 4.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.The Cavaliers have shot exceptionally well this season, shooting the ball at a 51.7 percent clip from the field while holding opponents to 39.1 percent. Those marks rank 13th and 74th in the nation, respectively.“They’re a great defensive team,” Tate said. “They run a lot of offense through their post, so post defense will be really key. We’ve just got to execute and take care of the ball.”Up nextAfter the Cavaliers, the Buckeyes are set to resume action on Saturday against another school from the 10th state — Virginia Military Institute. Tip is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
Junior defenseman, Clark Cristofoli (6), takes control of the puck in a game against Canisius. OSU won 3-0 at the Schottenstein Center Nov. 15. Credit: Brooke Sayre / Lantern photographer With freshman goalie Logan Davis’ first two collegiate starts came two victories as the Ohio State men’s ice hockey team swept Canisius College over the weekend.Davis took over the reins after fellow freshman Matt Tomkins sustained a lower-body injury in the first four minutes of OSU’s victory against Niagara Nov. 9.“That’s why (Davis is) out there in practice every day,” OSU coach Steve Rohlik said. “Sometimes you take it for granted, and I know our guys don’t, and Logan went out there and did his job.”Alongside Davis’ performance, Rohlik attributed the Buckeyes’ (8-4-0, 0-0-0) wins to their defensive unit, which he said has been a focus of the team.“Our guys played hard. Our guys blocked a lot of shots – I think we blocked over 40 shots this weekend – and Logan, in the nets, did his job,” Rohlik said of the defense, which gave up only one goal against the Golden Griffins. “When guys buy in and they’re willing to sacrifice their body in this game and get in front of pucks like that, you know you’ve got something special, and I think we can build on this.”Coach Dave Smith of Canisius (2-7-0, 1-3-0) shared the same sentiment of the Buckeyes’ defense, saying “their desperation and their commitment to blocking shots was the difference in the game.”The second game of the two-game series was played Saturday, and the Buckeyes managed to hold onto to the lead to win, 3-1.Both teams were held scoreless in the first period, but OSU got on the board and took a 2-0 lead with two goals by senior forward Alex Szczechura and freshman defenseman Josh Healey. Canisius responded with a wraparound goal by junior forward Mitch McCrank at 7:49 to pull the Golden Griffins within one goal.For the remainder of the game, OSU played a defense-centric game and fended off any attack on the net that Canisius attempted. With less than a second left on the clock, junior forward Ryan Dzingel sealed the victory with an empty-net goal.The Buckeyes outshot the Golden Griffins in the game, 29-23, and Davis stopped 22 of the shots he faced in his third victory as a goalie.Healey said playing consistently and not making drastic changes to the gameplay was what helped the team to keep its lead.“We just stuck to our game plan and kept going,” Healey said. “They pushed at the end, but we stuck to our game — get pucks deep, keep (the puck) on the other side and keep the lead.”The two-game series opened up Friday, and OSU came away with a shutout victory over the Golden Griffins.After a goal in the first period by Dzingel, who leads the team with seven on the season, the Buckeyes opened up the gap even more in the second period with goals from junior defenseman Justin DaSilva and freshman forward Nick Schilkey. With these, OSU extended the lead to 3-0, which was decidedly the final score after neither team scored in the third stanza.The series ended the Buckeyes’ seven-game homestand, during which they won six games. The team has a weekend off before it is slated to open Big Ten play with against rival Michigan in Ann Arbor Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. OSU is then scheduled to return home against the Wolverines Dec. 2 at 7:05 p.m.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCSEC, CAPE results to be released tomorrow- HarmonAugust 16, 2018In “latest news”Guyana walks away with 11 CXC AwardsOctober 22, 2017In “Local News”CSEC 2017 results: Queen’s Michael Bhopaul tops GuyanaAugust 22, 2017In “latest news” The Education Ministry on Tuesday officially announced this year’s top performers at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.During the press conference hosted at the National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD), it was revealed that a total of 26 students across Guyana managed to secure 12 Grades Ones and more at the 2017 sitting of the CSEC examination.CSEC 2017 Top Student, Michael Bhopaul – 24 Ones & 1 TwoRecording a landmark achievement for his school and country was 16-year-old Michael Bhopaul of Queen’s College, who managed to secure a groundbreaking 25 passes at the secondary level regional assessment.Bhopual, who scored a massive 24 Grade Ones and One Grade Two indicated that he is ecstatic but mostly satisfied that his efforts were not in vain.The aspiring professor of Quantum Physics underlined what prompted his ambitious leap to pursue 25 subjects.He relayed, “I just want to show students across the Caribbean that the limits society places on us do not define us or our capabilities, we are beyond that,” while continuing, “whatever you set your mind to, you can achieve it, as long as you’re consistent and you’re dedicated.”Rawleeta Barrow – 19 Grade OnesAs such, the QC student copped the top spot among a list of 26 local top rankers at CSEC 2017.Coming in at second is Rawleeta Barrow, also of Queen’s College, who earn herself 19 Grade Ones at this year’s sitting.Barrow who outlined that she wants to became a future Chief Justice stated that, “preparation wise it was a lot of studying, I had to determine my goal and just focus on it. It was a lot of time, energy, dedication and I couldn’t be happier with the results.”As such, Barrow noted, “I’m ecstatic actually, but I think the overwhelming emotion that I feel is gratitude to all those who helped me through this experience.”Roshawn Cummings – 16 Grade OnesRanking third is yet another QC student, Roshawn Cummings, who walked off with 16 Grades Ones at this year’s CSEC examinations.The aspiring politician expressed delight in his performance and thanked his supporters for the part played in his success.Essequibo Coast top performer, Nicholas Headley – 15 Ones & 2 Twos“I’m very proud of myself first of all, I mean I didn’t expect to do that well but I’m grateful I’m thankful to God and all the people that helped me to achieve this incredible feat,” said Cummings.The QC top ranker further conveyed, “I look forward to moving forward in life and serving my country.”The remainder of the top five spots was filled by Keshini Digamber, who attained 16 Ones and one Three; as well as Shontel Archer, scoring 15 Grande Ones and three Twos.Both of the girls hail from the Saraswati Vidya Nakitan in Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara).Essequibo CoastMeanwhile, also present at the press conference on Tuesday was the top performer of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), who hails from Anna Regina Multilateral on the Essequibo Coast.Nicholas Headley, 17, scored 15 Grade Ones and two Grade Twos and as such is calling on other students from his region to follow in his footsteps. Commenting on his accomplishment, the Essequibian relayed, “naturally as any other student would, I’m excited, overjoyed, overwhelmed… preparations for the exams I would say I put in a fair amount of studies with the aid of the teachers. I also remember the almighty above, he is a very important person/aspect in my life.”Berbice top ranker, Puran Subramanie – 13 Grade Ones“I would say to any student, if you feel that you have a natural desire, the natural ability to achieve well, go ahead, don’t hold yourself back, go ahead as my teachers would have always told me,” Headley expressed while extending words of advice to students looking to mirror his success.A total of 26 students ranked among the top performers in Guyana at the 2017 CSEC examination, with each of the young minds gaining Grade One passes in 12 subjects or more.Among the high-flyers are students of Queen’s College, ISA Islamic and Marian Academy in Georgetown, Saraswati Vidya Nakitan, on the West Coast of Demerara, Anna Regina Secondary on the Essequibo Coast, and Tagore High in Berbice.BerbiceTagore Memorial Secondary, a school which has been under investigation after allegations surfaced that a teacher was offering students illegal drugs, is now boasting success at this year’s CSEC, as two of the students from the class that were at the center of the investigation have topped the region.Kamella Parsudial of Number Naught Village, Corentyne, has topped Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) with 13 Grade Ones and two Grade Twos while her classmate Puran Subramanie of Number 67 Village, Corentyne, copped 13 Grade Ones.Parsudial is the daughter of a rice farmer and Subramanie is the son of a fisherman.Parsudial said she wanted to challenge herself and wrote 15 subjects. The young woman explained that there was a lot of competition which pushed her to excel.Not quite sure what she intends to do, in a positive voice she said it will be something in the medical field.Meanwhile, Subramanie says he had to give up watching television and spent many nights studying. “Some nights I went right through. My mother would tell me to go to my bed and get some rest but she understood that I was up doing my studies. When I am finished I would go in. My mother was very, very supportive when I was studying.”The young man is still to decide what he wants to make of his career, but he highlighted two options. “It will either be in the medical field of aviation. I am not sure as yet but I like both of them,” he said.
Hadopi : ouverture officielle de la chasse aux piratesFrance – La commission Hadopi s’est officiellement mise en chasse de ses premiers pirates. Les premières demandes d’identification auprès des fournisseurs d’accès ont été envoyées en fin de semaine dernière.La première étape du processus Hadopi a commencé la semaine dernière. Les fournisseurs d’accès Internet (FAI) Free, Orange, SFR, Bouygues ou Numericable ont reçu les premières demandes d’identification de pirates en provenance de la commission de la Haute autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur Internet. Ils bénéficient de huit jours pour répondre à la sollicitation en obtenant les informations complètes (nom, prénom, adresse) d’après l’adresse IP de l’ordinateur de l’utilisateur. Ensuite, la Commission enverra aux internautes suspectés de téléchargement illégal ses premiers mails d’avertissement, à la mi-octobre. Le 22 septembre 2010 à 10:59 • Emmanuel Perrin
MIAMI (WSVN) – A South Florida celebrity and non-profit organization joined forces to drive out hunger, Tuesday.Miami Model Citizens and chef Robyn Almodova have given back just in time for the holidays.From Tuesday and ending Friday, their food truck will be stationed across Broward and Miami counties for a good cause.“Well, today we have partnered with Miami Model Citizens as well as Miami Rescue Group, and we’re doing a reverse food truck drive,” said Almodova. “Basically, instead of us passing out the food, today, we’re collecting canned goods and non-perishable items for the holiday season.”All donations will go toward the Miami Rescue Mission.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Cancun, Q.R. — The new superintendent of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) in the northern zone, Gonzalo Paredes Plancarte, says that they have the go-ahead to resume the construction project of two more substations in Cancún.Without giving details, he mentioned that the new substations are located by Arco Norte in Cancun, but did not provide any information in regards to an investment amount.Paredes Plancarte, who was recently appointed from the southern zone, said “We will follow up on the work that is in progress, the electrical networks in the irregular colonies.”He noted that the changeover to the smart meters is still underway in some regions, adding that he does not know the progress of the project but that it will continue, adding, “Other issues will be looked at as the meters and the illicit ones (energy theft) are changed.”Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
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