Fugitive jeweller Mehul Choksi has given up his Indian citizenship and surrendered his passport to Antigua. The move is seen as an attempt to avoid extradition to India, where he is wanted by multiple agencies for loan fraud. Mehul Choksi, 59, also submitted 177 dollars with his passport (Z-3396732 ) to the Indian High Commission in Antigua. Officials say he has given his new address as Jolly Harbour Marks, Antigua.Read it at NDTV Related Items
LATEST STORIES Jema Galanza, Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAdamson University skipper Jema Galanza saw another disappointing end to one of the Lady Falcons’ exploits as they finished the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference with a disappointing 1-6 record Saturday.And that string of losses does not sit well with the beautiful Galanza.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 Ink or swim? Tattoos on show at worlds Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo MOST READ Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games View comments “I want to win,” said Galanza in Filipino after losing in straight sets to the semifinals-bound Philippine Air Force 25-22, 25-16, 25-21, at Filoil Flying V Centre.Galanza will enter her fifth year with the Lady Falcons come the UAAP season and the captain said there’s no better way to build up momentum than in the offseason.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“I am hungry for wins because this will be my last year with the team and why not start this conference in the PVL so we can build the necessary momentum come the UAAP season.”Galanza would also like to show head coach Airess Padda that they’re capable of doing great things for Adamson. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Padda entered the Adamson program in Season 79 and things started poorly for the Lady Falcons finishing with a league-worst 1-13 record.“We’re fighting every game but our goal and together with the coaches is to win,” said Galanza. “Coach Air’s first year with us we managed to win just one game so if we lose, for example here, we should be able to learn new lessons.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant
Indian rower Sawarn Singh and the pair of Manjeet Singh and Sandeep Kumar fell out of medal contention on Tuesday and now will be looking to make a respectable finish in the semi-finals of the 2012 London Games rowing competition at Eaton Dorney.Sawarn qualified for the semi-final ‘C’ of the men’s singles scull where the rowers will be vying for a place between 13th to 18th. Sawarn finished fourth in the third quarterfinal with a timing of 7 minutes 11.59 seconds. He was second after the 500-metre mark but slowly ran out of steam to finish fourth at the 2000m mark.Manjeet and Sandeep Kumar booked their place in semi-final ‘D’ of the lightweight doubles scull and will be looking for a finish between 19th-24th. The Indian duo qualified via a second repechage where they finished sixth with a timing of 6 minutes 54.20 seconds.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Southampton: Leicester City went into the Premier League record books on Friday with a 9-0 hammering of Southampton that equalled the biggest ever win in the history of the division.Ayoze Perez and Jamie Vardy both hit hat-tricks as Brendan Rodgers’ side moved second with a huge win that continued their superb start to the season. The rout equalled Manchester United’s 9-0 demolition of Ipswich at Old Trafford in March 1995.Leicester are just five points behind league leaders Liverpool, who host Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, after a historic display that sank the Saints, who drop into the relegation zone on goal difference, at a soaking wet St Mary’s Stadium.However, despite the massive margin of victory they can still be caught by reigning champions Manchester City, who will retake second spot should they win as expected against Aston Villa on Saturday.”We said at half time, keep your speed in the game and we have to punish them,” said Rodgers.”This is part of our education. We have to come out of the boy zone and play like men and respect the game. They are very talented and learning to be ruthless.”Ben Chilwell began the destruction in the 10th minute when he tapped in on the rebound, and Ryan Bertrand’s red card — awarded via VAR for a late tackle on Ayoze Perez in the build-up to the opener — helped the away side open the floodgates.Quickfire strikes from Youri Tielemans and Perez put Leicester three goals to the good with less than 20 minutes gone amid a downpour on the south coast.Perez struck again seven minutes before the break from a Chilwell cross to make it four before Vardy scored his first of the evening as Leicester racked up five goals in the first half of a league match for the first time since 1984.It was also the first time that a side had crashed home that many goals in the opening period of a Premier League game since Manchester City beat Burnley 6-1 in April 2010.That didn’t stop Leicester from raining down goals on Southampton however, with two coming within a minute just before the hour mark.First Perez completed his treble after collecting Hervey Barnes’ superb lofted through ball in the 57th minute, and Vardy headed home from another precise Chilwell cross seconds later.James Maddison made it a record-breaking away scoreline with five minutes remaining when he swung home a perfect free-kick that zipped past the desperate Angus Gunn.And Vardy sealed Leicester’s place in the record books with his ninth of the season deep into stoppage, firing home a penalty that also took him top of the Premier League scoring charts with nine goals after he was brought down by Jan Bednarek.”It was an embarrassing performance, the stuff of nightmare and especially playing at home,” Saints’ Nathan Redmond told Sky Sports. Ayoze PerezBen ChilwellBrendan RodgerHat-trick First Published: October 26, 2019, 7:40 AM IST
Transfers West Brom sign Krychowiak on loan from PSG Thomas Floyd @thomasfloyd10 Last updated 2 years ago 01:35 8/31/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(3) Getty Images Transfers West Bromwich Albion PSG Premier League Ligue 1 The Poland international is moving from Ligue 1 to the Premier League side on a season-long loan after struggling to make an impact in France West Brom have signed Poland international Grzegorz Krychowiak from Paris Saint-Germain on a season-long loan.The 27-year-old midfielder joins West Brom after making 19 appearances in his debut campaign for PSG last season as he struggled to justify his £28 million pricetag.WBA top Midlands club – 11/4 Article continues below Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Krychowiak played for Sevilla from 2014 to 2016, winning two Europa League titles, and previously enjoyed stints in France with Bordeaux, Reims and Nantes.It’s happening…@GrzegKrychowiak joins us on loan from @PSG_inside!#WBA https://t.co/HnpbModbpr— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) August 30, 2017″I had a lot of offers from Spain and Italy. But this is a very ambitious club. There’s a good atmosphere here,” Krychowiak told the club’s website.He joins Kieran Gibbs, Oliver Burke, Gareth Barry, Ahmed Hegazi and Jay Rodriguez as West Brom recruits during the summer transfer window.West Brom chairman John Williams hailed Krychowiak for his impressive European resume.”This is a fantastic loan agreement for Albion and we are very pleased to have completed the transfer,” Williams said.“Grzegorz arrives with an impressive reputation that is well-earned and a CV in European football which clearly displays his qualities.”We are delighted to welcome him and are confident he will make a significant contribution to the first-team group this season.”
Gianluigi Buffon Juventus and Italy legend Buffon should retire, according to ex-Germany international Basler Alex Fisher Last updated 1 year ago 00:38 2/15/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(6) Getty Images Juventus Juventus v Tottenham Hotspur Torino v Juventus Torino Serie A UEFA Champions League The goalkeeping icon has been urged to hang up his gloves after a disappointing display in his side’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham Gianluigi Buffon’s less-than impressive showing in Juventus’ Champions League draw with Tottenham on Tuesday is evidence the Italy legend should retire, according to Mario Basler.After Juve raced into a 2-0 lead inside 10 minutes in Turin, Buffon made a point-blank save to deny Harry Kane.However, he could do nothing to stop Spurs’ fightback as first Kane and then Christian Eriksen beat the 40-year-old to earn a 2-2 draw for the visitors. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player An onrushing Buffon was beaten by Kane for Tottenham’s first goal after 35 minutes, and he was caught by surprise as Eriksen fired home a late free-kick.Buffon has previously said the 2017-18 season would be his last, but his future has been subject to huge speculation, with many calling for him to carry on.Basler does not agree, though, and believes Juventus will not win the Champions League with the stalwart in goal.”Gigi was an exceptional goalkeeper, but sometimes we miss the right time to retire,” former Bayern Munich winger Basler told Sport1.”He’s missed the moment to retire. The club and the coach [Massimiliano Allegri] have to tell him that the time to stop has arrived.”Maybe he really wants to win the Champions League, but he’s no longer an international level goalkeeper and Juventus won’t be able to win the trophy with him.”Buffon called time on his international career after Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in November, but has repeatedly stated he would reconsider if his country needed him.
EDMONTON – Alberta officials are investigating an outbreak of E. coli that has sickened 34 people, including 11 who were hospitalized and one person who likely died from the bacteria.Alberta Health Services says 21 of the lab-confirmed cases are linked to Mama Nita’s Binalot restaurant in Edmonton late last month.Officials say they aren’t sure of the source of the 13 other cases.Dr. Chris Sikora, medical officer of health, says the outbreak is extremely complex and Alberta is working with federal agencies on the investigation.Officials say E. coli O157:H7 infections are generally caused when a person eats food or drinks water that is contaminated with human or animal feces, or through direct contact with a person who is sick or with animals that carry the bacteria.Symptom can include bloody diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps and kidney failure.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – Canada’s Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford have won a bronze medal in pairs figure skating at the Pyeongchang Olympics.The two-time world champions, who are competing in their final season, scored 153.33 points for their program to Adele’s “Hometown Glory,” and 230.15 total points.Germany’s Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot, who started the day just 0.23 points behind the Canadians, won gold with 235.90 while reigning world champions Sui Wenging and Han Cong of China took silver with 235.47.Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov, representing Russia, were second after Wednesday’s short program but fell to fourth place Thursday.Duhamel and Radford were third after the short program, five-and-a-half points behind the leaders.
Twitter Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Way of the Hunter (16 min): World premiere: Friday, November 30 at 1 p.m., Shortwork 2, Maury Young Arts CentreDeep in the Great Bear Rainforest, against the backdrop of British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness, a former hunter comes to terms with his past and looks with hope towards the future. Exploring one man’s evolving relationship with the natural world, Way of the Hunter tells the compelling story of Robert Moberg, a hunter who’s traded his gun for a camera.Turning away from the hunting lifestyle he’d always known, Robert had taken to trolling trophy hunters on social media. But as the toxicity of his actions began to catch up with him, Robert reached out to eco-wilderness guide Mike Willie of the Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nation—who’d made national news in 2015 for convincing a sportsman to call off a grizzly hunt. These two men from different cultures gradually develop a friendship, and on a wildlife-viewing trip deep into the rainforest, they discuss their love of the land and their hopes for a peaceful coexistence with all who live on it. Way of the Hunter is produced by Selwyn Jacob and executive produced by Shirley Vercruysse for the NFB’s BC and Yukon Studio.Love, Scott (75 min)Thursday, November 29 at 4 p.m., Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural CentreFriday, November 30 at 12:30 p.m., Village 8 – Theatre 6While walking one night in small-town Nova Scotia, Nanaimo-born Scott Jones, a gay musician, is attacked by a stranger he encountered earlier that evening and becomes paralyzed from the waist down. What follows is a brave and fragile journey of healing and the transformation of this young man’s life. Directed by his close friend, Laura Marie Wayne, making her feature documentary debut, Love, Scott was filmed over three years, from Scott’s very first raw moments in the hospital to a trip back to the place he was attacked, as he’s faced with the choice of losing himself in grief or embracing love over fear.Set against a stunning score by Sigur Rós, Love, Scott was named Best Canadian Feature (Narrative or Documentary) at the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival and Best Feature Documentary at its US premiere at the North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, in addition to receiving a Special Mention at Ireland’s GAZE International LGBT Film Festival.Love, Scott is produced and executive produced by Annette Clarke for the NFB’s Quebec and Atlantic Studio.About the NFBThe NFB is Canada’s public producer of award-winning creative documentaries, auteur animation, interactive stories and participatory experiences. NFB producers are embedded in communities across the country, from St. John’s to Vancouver, working with talented creators on innovative and socially relevant projects. The NFB is a leader in gender equity in film and digital media production, and is working to strengthen Indigenous-led production, guided by the recommendations of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. NFB productions have won over 7,000 awards, including 20 Canadian Screen Awards, 18 Webbys, 12 Oscars and more than 100 Genies. To access NFB works, visit NFB.ca or download its apps for mobile devices. Login/Register With: November 1, 2018 – Vancouver – National Film Board of Canada: The 2018 Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is celebrating excellence in Western Canadian filmmaking with the launches of two National Film Board of Canada (NFB) documentaries: the world premiere of Way of the Hunter, a short documentary by Williams Lake, BC-based writer/director Robert Moberg, as well as the BC debut of Calgary filmmaker Laura Marie Wayne’s acclaimed feature debut, Love, Scott. As part of the NFB’s industry-leading commitment to women’s filmmaking and digital media creation, NFB Commissioner Claude Joli-Coeur will be taking part in the WFF’s Content Summit workshop, Women on Top: Making Media Equitable, on Friday, November 30. The NFB was recently recognized for its initiatives in gender parity with a Gold Parity Certification from Women in Governance—the first public cultural institution to earn this distinction from the Canadian non-profit organization. About the films… Facebook
He said that if the Government cannot control the depreciation then they must resign. Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa today demanded that the Government steps down over its failure to prevent the depreciation of the Sri Lankan Rupee.Speaking to reporters today, Rajapaksa said that the people do not need a Government which says it has no control over the Rupee depreciation.
“It is with a very heavy heart that I begin my briefing to you noting that humanitarian situation in Libya has deteriorated further, against the background of poor funding for the humanitarian response,” Martin Kobler, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), told the 15-member Council.Libya is a country of six million people, with significant resources. But, across the country, the UN estimates that 2.4 million individuals are in need of some form of humanitarian assistance. In addition, more than 40 per cent of the health facilities in Libya are not functioning, and over one million children under the age of five are at risk of being affected by a vaccine shortage.“It is now imperative that Libyan political actors take responsibility in the higher interest of the Libyan people to stop human suffering,” urged Mr. Kobler, adding that the process towards a democratic transition has continued to meet a number of milestones but at the same time remains precarious.No effective State institutionsTwo weeks ago, on 17 February, Libya marked the fifth anniversary of the 2011 revolution which toppled the dictatorship of Muammar Gaddafi. However, five years on, the UN envoy highlighted that the current political and military vacuum “is allowing terrorist groups and criminal networks to establish deep roots,” as Libya has “no effective state institutions.”According to the Special Representative, the overwhelming majority of the Libyan people are in favour of the Libyan Political Agreement, and support the formation of a Government of National Accord that can effectively address the existing threats.“The overwhelming majority want and deserve peace – now,” Mr. Kobler insisted. “Some of those politically responsible on both sides, however, still refuse to listen to the voices of the Libyan people and pursue their own narrow political interests. In my last briefing to the Security Council, I promised to broaden the basis of support to the Libyan Political Agreement.”He underlined that with his colleagues and the international community, they have persistently reached out to those who are opposing the Libyan Political Agreement. “However, until now we are unable to convince them to go the way of peace and unity,” he reported.Latest political updateOn 15 January, the Presidency Council presented a cabinet for approval by the House of Representatives. The House of Representatives voted to endorse the Libyan Political Agreement in principle, but it requested the Presidency Council nominate a new and smaller cabinet, he said.After days of deliberations, on 14 February the Presidency Council finalized a new list of candidates for a streamlined cabinet. On 22 February, the House of Representatives met to consider the Presidency Council’s second cabinet. However, its session was interrupted by a minority of parliamentarians who opposed the vote, and who, Mr. Kobler explained, resorted to threats and intimidation preventing the majority to freely express its vote.“Nonetheless, this majority gathered 100 signatures in support of endorsement of the newcabinet and its programme,” he continued. “I am convinced that a positive vote could have taken place on 22 February, had the leadership of the House of Representatives shown the resolve and determination to put the Government of National Accord to a vote.”Mr. Kobler informed the Council that he has written to the Speaker of the House of Representatives to register the will of the democratic majority, and formalize its endorsement of the unity government. “Failing such recognition and a positive endorsement by the House of Representatives by early next week, Libyans have to go on. I intend to reconvene the Libyan Political Dialogue to explore the way forward in line with the Libyan Political Agreement,” he noted, highlighting how he intends to proceed.Terrorist groups taking advantage of vacuumOn the security front, Mr. Kobler said that Da’esh, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), is taking advantage of the political and security vacuum and is expanding to the West, East and to the South. “While Libya’s financial resources are dwindling, the criminal networks, including human smuggling, are booming,” he warned.During an assault last week, Da’esh reportedly killed 17 people, beheading several of them. The terrorist group has also continued to carry out multiple beheadings and atrocities in their stronghold, Sirte. “Da’esh in Libya constitutes an urgent and growing threat to Libya, the region and beyond. However, the fight against violent extremism can only be sustainable if it is led by a national unity government that puts in place and prioritises a national agenda to address the country’s most immediate challenges and works to meet the aspirations and expectations of the Libyan people,” stressed the UN envoy.On the issue of gender equality, Mr Kobler told the Council he has continued to strongly advocate increased women participation in Libyan political life, in particular by calling for a 30 per cent share of ministerial posts in the Government of National Accord. “Sadly, my calls have not been heeded,” he said.Finally, he underlined that Libya’s neighbours, are suffering direct consequences of the country’s instability and that he is committed to fully engage with them in reaching a political solution to the crisis.
Mario Testino has been ruled out as the official photographer for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after being accused of sexually exploiting models and assistants. Testino had been the ‘front-runner’ to take the wedding portraits, according to fashion industry insiders, but has now been discounted following allegations of sexual impropriety. Testino, 63, had become the Royal family’s preferred photographer having taken the last official portraits of Princess Diana before her death in 1997. Prince William and Kate Middleton chose Testino to capture their engagement in 2010 and picked him as photographer for their daughter princess Charlotte’s christening pictures in 2015. A fashion…
From Spain in Europe’s west to Hungary and Slovakia in the east; from Denmark in Europe’s north to FYR Macedonia in the continent’s south-east: the bidding process for the EHF EUROs in 2022 & 2024 has attracted EHF Member Federations from across the continent.In total, 11 different nations have submitted an application, with several of them joining forces to host the championship.Men’s EHF EURO 2022Belgium, Spain and FranceDenmark and SwitzerlandHungary and SlovakiaMen’s EHF EURO 2024Denmark and SwitzerlandHungary and SlovakiaGermanyWomen’s EHF EURO 2022Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and MontenegroThere is currently no member federation bidding for the Women’s EHF EURO 2024.Source: EHF ← Previous Story Thierry Omeyer about Gonzales in Paris: It will be another style of play Next Story → EX-Croatian playmaker Stefan Vujic to play for Serbia! ehf euro
Archbishop Desmond Tutu quits as Oxfam ambassador in wake of sex scandal A statement said he was “deeply disappointed by allegations of immorality”. https://jrnl.ie/3853803 RETIRED ARCHBISHOP AND Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu has announced that he has quit his role as an ambassador for Oxfam after the British charity was hit by sexual misconduct allegations.“The Archbishop is deeply disappointed by allegations of immorality and possible criminality involving humanitarian workers linked to the charity,” said a statement from his office in South Africa.Last weekend, an investigation by The Times found that young sex workers were hired by senior staff in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake which devastated the island.The deputy chief executive of the UK branch resigned on Monday over the charity’s handling of the scandal.It was revealed in The Times’ report that groups of young prostitutes were invited to homes and guesthouses paid for by the charity for sex parties, according to one source who claimed to have seen footage of an orgy with sex workers wearing Oxfam t-shirts.Also today, Oxfam Ireland emailed supporters to assure them that the incident “does not represent Oxfam or what we stand for”.“The deplorable actions of a small number of people will not stop the vital work against poverty and injustice worldwide that you contribute to in supporting our campaign actions,” said Jim Clarken, the chief executive of Oxfam Ireland. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 11,845 Views Image: Chris Radburn 17 Comments Share8 Tweet Email Short URL Image: Chris Radburn Oxfam Ireland has a zero-tolerance approach to sexual misconduct and will not stand for any kind of harassment of staff, partners, volunteers or those we serve.He encouraged supporters to get in touch with any questions or concerns they may have.- © AFP, 2018. Additional reporting Aoife Barry.Read: Oxfam Ireland emails supporters, promises to ‘rebuild trust’ after UK staff’s Haiti prostitution scandal> Thursday 15 Feb 2018, 4:39 PM Feb 15th 2018, 4:39 PM By AFP
You can count on sunshine and warm weather this week, but how hot? Any cloud cover? Check our local weather coverage.In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the weekend:Being 3 in Clark County: Tobias finds his wayTobias hardly flinched, even as the clippers tickled his ears during his first-ever haircut on June 29. His family — mom Jasmine, dad Matt and 7-year-old sister, Arianna — looked on, occasionally tossing out words of encouragement and, near the end, bribes of a post-haircut toy.The Columbian observed this milestone, too, as part of a series following Tobias between his third and fourth birthday to provide a window into this crucial stage of childhood development. It is a time when children learn more about their bodies and what they can do.The Minnehaha 3-year-old is taking developmental changes in stride.Read the full story: Being 3 in Clark County: Tobias finds his wayEducators in Clark County strive to be sent to officeFirst they turned out to the picket lines. Now they’re showing up on your ballot.
Klopp launched a defence of his rival Zinedine Zidane, saying that the Frenchman is already proving to be as good a head coach as he was a player.‘If a lot of people think Zinedine Zidane has not a lot of tactical knowledge and then people think the same about me that would be really funny.‘The two managers in the Champions League final have no clue about tactics? What would that say about the game?‘For me, Zinedine Zidane is one of the best five players of all time in football. I’m longer in Liverpool than he is at Real Madrid and he can win the Champions League for a third time. That’s never happened before.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…‘Unfortunately, I have to accept that he is as brilliant as he was as a player. This group of players work like a clock from Switzerland. I saw his team playing a lot of times and it is just fantasy football.‘It is organised when it needs to be organised and chaos when it needs to be chaos. They are all world-class players but it is football and always there is an opportunity for the other team.‘Zinedine Zidane has been fighting all his career, from where he grew up in Marseille he had to fight. It just maybe didn’t look that way when he played.‘I saw his face when someone asked him if Liverpool would be hungrier in this final. He is still a fighter. I would have had the same face and I’m from a small village in the Black Forest. We are proud to be here. Let’s do the best we can and play,’ he said, according to Dailymail.
Posted: June 21, 2019 Audit says CSU stashed away $1.5 billion and raised tuition Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter AP AP, June 21, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The California State University system kept $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves while it raised tuition and lobbied the Legislature for more state funding, according to a report released Thursday by the state auditor.Auditor Elaine Howle’s report says that CSU accumulated the surplus from 2008 to 2018, primarily from student tuition. During that same time period, it nearly doubled student tuition at its 23 campuses but did not fully inform legislators and students about its surplus.Tuition at CSU campuses rose from $3,048 in 2008-2009 to $5,742 in 2017-18.The audit says the chancellor’s office used the money to cover the cost of instruction and other operating costs. It said CSU kept the money outside of the state treasury and did not disclose the surplus in key documents it provided to legislators and students.“By failing to disclose this surplus when consulting with students about tuition increases or when projecting CSU’s resources and needs to the Legislature, the Chancellor’s Office has prevented legislators and students from evaluating CSU’s financial needs,” the report said.The audit’s findings are the latest to tarnish the image of California’s public university systems. In a 2017 audit of the University of California, Howle found misleading budget practices and that administrators had kept tens of millions of dollars in reserves not properly disclosed to the public.CSU Chancellor Timothy White said in a statement Thursday the report was misleading and mischaracterized the purpose of reserve funds, which help to deal with state recessions and cover the cost of maintenance or other expenses previously paid for by the state.“It is irresponsible to imply that these one-time funds could have been used in lieu of ongoing revenue sources, such as state funding, or student tuition, for ongoing costs,” White said. He also said it was incorrect to claim that CSU did not fully disclose the funds. He said the audit’s conclusion “overlooks dozens of presentations of publicly available reports that included information about these funds.”The report also criticized CSU for building expensive parking facilities at four of its campuses, which did little to alleviate parking problems but resulted in higher fees for students. It said CSU raised the cost of parking permits as much as $236 per semester to pay for the new structures at its campuses in Sacramento, San Diego, Fullerton and the Channel Islands.The report recommended that the chancellor’s office be required to publish details of its discretionary surplus and take other steps to improve financial transparency, to ensure that details are easily available to trustees, legislators, students and the public.
The ordinance would have asked the voters to amend the borough’s sales tax code to establish a 10 percent areawide sales tax on temporary lodging. It was previously introduced as 12 percent. The ordinance was also amended to include overnight camping facilities. This is the third attempt at the passage of the ordinance introduced by Assemblymember Dale Bagley. The original ordinance passed the assembly in a vote of in a 5-3 vote, with one exemption in June. A number of amendments were made to the ordinance prior to its final passage. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Just kidding, voters will not see the ‘bed tax’ ordinance on the upcoming fall ballot like previously thought after Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce used his veto power to remove it at Tuesday nights meeting. Mayor Pierce Pierce said he did not support a targeted tax on specific activities or services. The vote ended up as a tie, with assembly members Hal Smalley, Willy Dunne, Brent Hibbert and Dale Bagley voting to override the veto.
Vijayawada: The youth should play a key role in stopping child marriages in society, said AP State Child Rights Welfare Commission member Vallabhaneni Krishna Kumar. He participated as chief guest at girl’s advocacy alliance programme organised by Mahita Plan India, the NGO at Forum for Child rights premises on Saturday. Addressing the gathering on ‘child marriages-youth role’, Krishna Kumar said that child marriages are becoming the obstacles for the girl child’s development in her life. He asserted that the youth should aware and should sensitise the people who prefer the social evil child marriage. Also Read – Telugu Day fete held at DPS Advertise With Us Child rights committee Krishna district chairperson BVS Kumar, All India Brahmana Federation president Dr Laksmipathi, Women police station Superintendent of Police Purnima, Mary’s Stella College, HoD of Department of Social Work Sister Sahaya Mary, Nehru Yuva Kendra coordinator Ramana and DCPO, Krishna District, Vijaya Kumar were present.
Join Network for Developing Conscious Communities on June 20 at 8 am at the Gladys D. Greene Banquet located at 898 Airport Park Road, Glen Burnie, MD as the NDCC recognizes Dr. Anne Emery, Lela Campbell and Dr. Acklyn Lynch for their contributions. Tickets are $55 Contact Ron Hantz at 410-961-8697 or Charles Brown at 443-768-8251 for more information.