first_imgThe turning point in Pakistan versus Kenya World Cup tie has to be Pakistan’s Umar Akmal’s score of 71 and his 118-run partnership with Misbah-ul-Haq for the fifth wicket.After losing two wickets with just 12 runs on board, Pakistan was under pressure. Kamran Akmal and Younis Khan scored half-centuries to rescue Pakistan. After Kamran’s dismissal, Misbah joined Younis. But Younis departed soon.Umar then came in and scored a brilliant 71 of just 52 balls and the partnership between Umar and Misbah helped Pakistan post 317 on board. The total was too much for Kenmya to achieve. Umar Akmal was also awarded the Man of the Match.last_img read more

first_imgLacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting The Hotshots built a 17-point bubble early in the second period and kept the Dyip within arm’s length the rest of the way, rising to 3-4 in the process to stay on target towards finishing in the upper half of the playoff bracket.It was the sixth loss in 10 games for the Dyip, who don’t have their playoff fate in their hands as they would need to win their last outing–which would be against TNT KaTropa on Friday next week–and hope that some of the other teams lose.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThe Magnolia defense held the Dyip to just 12 first quarter points and didn’t need Paul Lee to dominate the scoring for a change in pulling out the authoritative win.Magnolia will have all the confidence it needs when it squares off with Barangay Ginebra on Sunday. MANILA, Philippines–Magnolia grabbed control early and wielded it all game against Columbian on Wednesday night, scoring a 109-83 victory that gave the Hotshots their first winning streak in the PBA Philippine Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.ADVERTISEMENT Urgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed SEA Games hosting troubles anger Dutertecenter_img Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES ADVERTISEMENT Louie Alas, Caloy Garcia set to coach PBA All-Star teams for first time Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View commentslast_img read more

first_imgBarcelona midfielder Arda Turan has called curtains on his international career in the wake of an alleged heated confrontation with a journalist.The 30-year-old midfielder was at the centre of allegations of a bust-up with a journalist during Turkey’s flight back from Monday night’s friendly against Macedonia.He was reported to have clashed with reporter Bilal Mese during the flight. Outraged that the journalist was on the plane, Arda is said to have grabbed him by the throat and shouted at him.Later on, the Barcelona mid-fielder slammed the media on his Instagram account, writing, “lies, slander and ignore people’s dignity and family values”.However, on Tuesday, he revealed that his time with the national team is over.”Bad things happened last night. But am I regretful? No. Now I feel at ease,” quoted him as saying. “I talked with our coach and president of the federation and said that I want to leave national team. I said that I don’t want to play against Kosovo.”Hitting back at the media, the 30-year-old insisted that he would always give the same response to those who put out such false news.”I’ll always give the same response to those who put out such false news. I’ve never forgotten what it did to us,” he said.”I speak as a man who serve the national team in all categories, loves his country and jersey. My national team career is over,” he added.Arda, who played for Atletico Madrid as well, has featured 97 times for Turkey’s senior team, having made his debut against Luxembourg in August 2016.advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgGautam Gambhir, who retired from all forms of cricket on Tuesday, will be missed by cricket fans and his colleagues with whom he had shared the ups and downs of his long career.Not many can forget the authority with which he played after India had lost two of their biggest names, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar, early during the World Cup final. The fighting half-century that set up India’s win in the 2007 World T20 final is a major landmark of Gambhir’s career. So is the consistency he displayed in whites that won him the Test Cricketer of the Year in 2009.However, when reminiscing Gambhir’s career, it’s hard not to bring up the umpteen confrontations he has had with fellow players, umpires and selectors over the years.Gambhir hardly smiled when he was on the field. Just like his junior Delhi teammate, Virat Kohli, Gambhir never shied away from on-field confrontations. In fact, it fired him up as he, more often than not, had the last laugh after such heated exchanges on the field.As the former world number one Test batsman prepares to hang up his boots this week, we take a look at the moments when the fiery cricketer’s passion boiled over and sometimes led him to crossing the line.Gambhir was part of one of the biggest feuds in the history of Indian Premier League as he had a go at Royal Challengers Bangalore captain, Virat Kohli during his time with Kolkata Knight Riders in 2013.It sent cricket fans into a tizzy. The two Delhi lads had a go at each other after Kohli went up to Gambhir instead of walking to the dressing room after being dismissed. The two exchanged a few words before another Delhi cricketer Rajat Bhatia intervened. Both of them played down the incident after the match and worked together without any differences when Gambhir made his India comeback in 2016.advertisementWho can forget the spice that Gambhir added to an India-Pakistan clash in Kanpur in 2007. When the Indian opener tried to take a quick single after flicking one to the leg-side off Afridi’s bowling, he ran into the all-rounder.While Afridi was clearly not impressed with what had happened, Gambhir had a go at the former, thinking the Pakistani cricketer had deliberately blocked his way. Eventually, the both were involved in a heated exchange.The heydays are long gone but Gambhir is as incandescent as he was back in the day. The Delhi cricketer has always spoken out in favour of the things that he strong felt about and when Afridi spoke about Kashmir, Gambhir didn’t hold back.Gauti’s philanthropic side Gautam Gambhir had set up community kitchens in 2017 through his foundation (Gautam Gambhir Twitter Photo)At the same time, Gambhir has dedicated quite a lot of time and resources to philanthropy. He had set up community kitchens in 2017 through his foundation, Gautam Gambhir Foundation, bidding to make sure no one slept hungry in his city, Delhi where the first one came into existence.365 days, 52 weeks, 12 months, numerous hungers & Ek Asha #communitykitchen1 #ggf Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) July 31, 2017The outspoken cricketer has also been vocal about several pressing issues, including the ones surrounding his self-confessed first love, the army.It wasn’t surprising when he pledged to bear the full expenses of the children of 25 CRPF personnel who were killed in Chhattisgarh last year.Gambhir will be ready for his second innings after he plays for his state team, Delhi for one last time in the upcoming Ranji Trophy tie against Andhra Pradesh from Thursday. It’s going to be interesting to see what role he is going to assume this time. Going by what he writes on social media, it’s not hard to predict he may as well have a career in politics.Also Read | Gautam Gambhir and his love for World Cup finals: A brief recapAlso Read | Gautam Gambhir retires: 6 games of IPL 2018 and I knew my time was uplast_img read more

first_imgWorld Cup VIDEO: Lozano’s opener gives Mexico first-half lead on Germany Goal Last updated 1 year ago 23:58 6/17/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Hirving Lozano Javier Hernandez Germany Mexico World Cup 2018 170618 Getty World Cup Mexico Germany v Mexico Germany Videos El Tri got off to a dream start against the defending champions, with Chucky finding a first-half breakthrough for Juan Carlos Osorio’s side Mexico got just the start it wanted against defending World Cup champion Germany. Juan Carlos Osorio’s men came out of the blocks pressing the Germans and forcing Joachim Low’s side into some uncharacteristic mistakes. But the final ball proved elusive for much of the first half, with El Tri wasting several good chances to hit on the break.  Editors’ Picks Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move Germany’s resistance finally faltered in the 35th minute, with Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez setting up Hirving “Chucky” Lozano as Mexico finally hit on the counter. It began with a quick one-two between Hernandez and Andres Guardado near midfield, with the midfielder setting the forward free down the right and leaving German defender Jerome Boateng stranded between two opponents. Hernandez slid the ball across to Lozano, who cut back onto his right foot and beat Manuel Neuer for the game’s opening goal. The youngster puts it away!Chicharito starts the counterattack and Chucky Lozano finishes it to give Mexico the 1-0 lead.— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 17, 2018Lozano’s goal with Mexican commentary. Amazing 🇲🇽— Football Funnys (@FootyFunnysUK) June 17, 2018Mexico took their 1-0 lead into halftime, and while Juan Carlos Osorio’s side couldn’t add to the lead in the second half, El Tri took the win they craved over Germany with a 1-0 result.last_img read more

first_imgVANCOUVER – Stop and smell the flowers — if you dare.A rare, exotic tropical plant known as a corpse flower is set to unleash its putrid scent inside the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver.The city’s park board says the titan arum is the largest flower on earth, and when it blooms, it fills the air with a scent similar to rotting flesh, discarded diapers or hot garbage.The flower usually requires seven to 10 years of growth before blooming, but the board says Vancouver’s six-year-old specimen is showing signs it will bloom imminently.The park board says when the flower is ready, it will unfurl its large flesh-coloured petal and start to emit rancid fumes to attract pollinator insects like carrion beetles and flesh flies that feed on dead animals.It adds the public won’t encounter such insects inside the conservatory, which will extend its hours for a “smell it while you can” experience during the fleeting spectacle which typically lasts just 24 to 48 hours.“The park board was very fortunate to acquire this rare plant a few years ago,” said Vancouver Park Board Chairman Stuart Mackinnon in a news release.“Our excellent horticultural staff have lovingly tended it ever since. Any day now residents and visitors will have a chance to witness one of nature’s strangest displays.”The board says this will be the first time a titan arum has bloomed in B.C. Earlier this year, a corpse flower dubbed “Gagnes” bloomed at the Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton.Vancouver is also launching a competition to name the corpse flower online.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA — More than 100 community and environment groups in the Philippines are making a plea to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take out Canada’s trash.Calling themselves the EcoWaste Coalition, the groups are writing to Trudeau asking him to make good on his promise made 13 months ago to address more than two million kilograms of Canadian household and electronic waste rotting in two Filipino ports for nearly six years.The waste was labelled as recycling plastics and shipped to the Philippines in 2013 and 2014, but has sat in limbo since Filipino customs inspectors determined the containers were actually filled with debris from Canadian trash bins.In November 2017 — about a year after Filipino courts ordered the importer to send the garbage back to Canada — Trudeau said it was “theoretically” possible to repatriate the trash.A working group of Filipino officials and Canadian embassy workers in Manila is just now getting underway to figure out how to make that happen.However, the activists note it took South Korea just a few months to haul its garbage back after a similar mistake was made by a South Korean company last year.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

first_imgNEW DELHI: The star campaigners of Congress including its president Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, former prime minister Manmohan Singh and Shatrughan Sinha will blaze campaign trail for party candidates for Lok Sabha polls in Delhi. The party has drawn up a list of 40 senior leaders including Delhi Congress president Sheila Dikshit for the campaigning that will pick up pace in the coming days, according to party leaders.”We have sought permission of high command for a major road show of Rahul Gandhi or Priyanka Vadra, before May 6,” said a senior Delhi Congress leader. The Congress plans to hold a series of road shows of Gandhi siblings and other prominent leaders, rather than organising a big public rally, party insiders said.last_img read more

Birmingham-based SMMT Industry Forum provides lasting business solutions to the constant pressures of quality cost and delivery. So successful is the programme that government is keen to apply the UK motor industry’s world leading principles to other industry sectors. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) CO2 emissions are, on average, 20 – 30 per cent lower than petrol cars. By continuing to penalise diesel the UK government threatens the negotiated agreement with the European Commission to reduce CO2 emissions from cars throughout Europe by 25 per cent by 2008. SMMT today welcomed publication of the Trade and Industry Select Committee report on vehicle manufacturing which encourages closer ties between industry and government. The report highlights the importance of the sector to the economy and calls for ministers to promote motor manufacturing in the UK.Chief Executive Christopher Macgowan said, ‘This significant investigation calls on ministers to take a lead from the industry, rather than reacting at moments of crisis. SMMT remains concerned, however, that the report fails to acknowledge the role of fiscal policy and the strong pound in eroding manufacturers’ competitive edge.’Vehicle makers and component suppliers continue to struggle with the high value of sterling and weak Euro. The report recognises that manufacturers are either losing money or making a very small return on their investments. Increasingly, manufacturers are forced to source components from outside the UK, threatening jobs and the future of SMEs.The Climate Change Levy on the business use of energy will increase net energy costs by 10 to 15 per cent. This will impact most heavily on the supply chain. SMMT calls on the government to widen discount criteria to include those companies that have invested in improving efficiency and cutting down on waste.SMMT welcomes the report’s specific aims in the following areas: DieselSMMT is encouraged by calls for government to re-examine its treatment of diesel. Significant CO2 emission reductions from diesel cars can be achieved by promoting its environmental benefits, reversing the downward trend in sales since 1994. As well as lower emissions, diesel drivers benefit from better fuel consumption. Diesel penalties in both the new VED scheme and company car tax send buyers the wrong message. The report states that this fuel penalty impedes the development of cleanest diesel technology in the UK.Skills, Research and DevelopmentSMMT supports the proposals to link grants for new technologies with training measures and review government research and development support in the automotive sector.Labour legislation SMMT is concerned by the report’s assumption that recent restructuring decisions were made on the basis of alleged ease with which a workforce may be shed in this country. Restructuring decisions by global vehicle manufacturers are the result of over-capacity in the market. However, the findings recognise that manufacturers have gone beyond statutory requirements in terms of voluntary redundancies and compensation packages. Notes to editors The automotive industry is a key sector in the UK economy, generating around £46bn or 5.5 per cent of the country’s GDP. It employs 800,000 people, of which 300,000 are directly involved in vehicle and componentmanufacturing. The UK boasts the two most efficient car plants in Europe, Nissan’s in Tyne and Wear and the Toyota plant in Derbyshire. The Leyland plant in Lancashire is the most productive truck plant in Europe. Diesel continues to be penalised by unfair taxes. The new graduated vehicle excised duty scheme levies and additional charge for diesel cars over petrol equivalents. Company car tax changes in April 2002 include a three per cent diesel supplement. read more

BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has revealed he has bowel cancer after he underwent a test despite showing no symptoms of the illness.The broadcaster’s Middle East editor declared today he was diagnosed in October after suffering “funny pains” in his leg and back.He said he underwent a test despite showing no symptoms of the illness.The 59-year-old is now receiving treatment after he underwent surgery to remove a tumour.Bowen told BBC Breakfast: “I was diagnosed with it last October. I had some funny pains in my leg and my back, when I was in Iraq. Bowen has urged people to get tested for the disease as he revealed he showed no symptoms of the illness Bowen has urged people to get tested for the disease as he revealed he showed no symptoms of the illnessCredit:Martin Pope Last year, Stephen Fry and Bill Turnbull were praised for raising awareness of prostate cancer after talking about their own experiences with the disease.Presenter Turnbull announced that he had been diagnosed with an advanced form of the disease in March last year, just weeks after Fry revealed he was recovering from prostate cancer surgery. Their decision to come forward is thought to have led to a surge in people visiting the NHS online advice pages and NHS bosses dubbed it “the Turnbull-Fry effect”.NHS England said there were 70,000 visits to the NHS website advice page on prostate cancer in March last year, a 250% increase from the monthly average of around 20,000.Appearing alongside Bowen, Deborah Alsina MBE, chief executive of Bowel Cancer UK, said: “Jeremy’s diagnosis highlights that we need to urgently deliver an optimal bowel cancer screening programme across all four nations of the UK. “Screening has been shown to be the best method of detecting bowel cancer early.”Have you had any experience either directly or indirectly with bowel cancer? We’d like to hear your stories and about how you have been affected. Send an email to to tell us your about your experience. Jeremy Bowen has spoken publicly about his bowel cancer diagnosis Credit:John Lawrence Jeremy Bowen has spoken publicly about his bowel cancer diagnosis  “When I came back I had to go to hospital for a couple of days, but they didn’t mention cancer. They said it was to do with some scar tissue I had from some previous surgery.“I went to my GP and I had no symptoms, none of the classic bowel cancer symptoms. I got a test and it came back positive.“From that they found that I had a tumour. I had surgery to take it away. And now I’m having chemotherapy.”He added that despite bowel cancer testing being concerned with bodily functions, people should not “die of embarrassment”.Bowen, who is now a patron of the Bowel Cancer UK charity, said: “I’ve been saying to all my friends ‘Get tested’. People I know have been queueing up at their doctor’s to get tested as a result of the diagnosis that I had.” 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

first_img Image: Shutterstock/Doug Shutter Jan 13th 2017, 9:27 PM Mother and son appear in court charged with drug dealing The boy is pleading guilty. Friday 13 Jan 2017, 9:27 PM Short URL By Tom Tuite 23,964 Views No Comments Share Tweet Email A MOTHER AND her teenage son have appeared in court charged with drug dealing in Dublin.The woman, who is in her late thirties, and the boy, aged 17, were before the Dublin Children’s Court today. Both are charged with possessing €1,300 worth of cannabis and having it at their south inner city Dublin home with intent to sell or supply to another on a date last April.The mother also has additional charges for unlawful possession of a cocaine and having with to sell or supply, at their home address on the same date. The value of the cocaine allegedly seized has not yet been given.Neither can be named because the youth is still a juvenile.Defence counsel Damian McKeone said the boy was pleading guilty to his charges. The case was delayed to allow for the boy’s father to come to court.GuardianA parent or legal guardian of defendants in the Children’s Court must attend the hearings. However, in this case the judge said the mother who accompanied her son could not act as the responsible adult because she was a co-defendant.When the father arrived, the case against the youth proceeded and the judge heard that gardai seized more than 40 packets of cannabis when they searched his bedroom. The court heard he is working and Mr McKeone asked the judge to note that the boy had entered a guilty plea at the earliest possible occasion and is currently in employment.The teenager had three prior convictions for public order and trespassing offences.His sentencing was adjourned to allow time for a probation report on him to be furnished to the court.The mother’s case was ordered to appear again on a later date for directions from the DPP to be obtained. She has not yet entered a plea to the charges. Image: Shutterstock/Doug Shutter Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

first_imgHyderabad: The power consumers in the State are angry with the distribution companies over the implementation of uniform billing which has led to higher billing. A campaign has been launched in the social media group against the uniform billing and it has gone viral. The consumers have demanded metering of consumption of power as per the slab-wise. Also Read – Car mechanic held in Hyderabad for killing Class 10 girl in Jadcherla Advertise With Us Power consumption is calculated as per the prescribed rates.The rates being approved by the Electricity Regulatory Commission are the basis for calculating the power consumption. The rates are prescribed slab-wise gives scope for the consumer to curtail power usage. As per the retail tariff announced by the TSERC, there are six slabs for 2019 – 19. Also Read – Techie strangled to death in Hyderabad Advertise With Us First slab is 0 – 50 units, second one 51 – 100 units, third one 101 – 200 units, fourth one 201 to 300 units, fifth one 301 – 400 units and sixth one 401 – 800 units. As per the approved rates, the tariff for first slab is Rs 1.45, second Rs 2.60, third Rs 4.30, fourth Rs 7.20, fifth Rs 7.20, and sixth Rs 8.50. Usage more than 900 units attracts Rs 9 per unit. Advertise With Us Under non-uniform tariff system, the usage is calculated as per the slab. If a consumer uses power up to 100 units, the charge is Rs 145. If the usage crosses third slab, the charge for the second slab is Rs 260. The total charge is Rs 145+260 = 405. If the same is calculated under uniform tariff, the charge would be Rs 520. Thus, the burden on the consumer would be Rs 115. Samachara Hakku Vikasa Samithi founder president Y Krishna Reddy said due to the uniform billing the monthly power charges have been rising substantially. He said the meter readers are taking meter reading after 30 days and this has been resulting into higher billing. He said that the reading has to be taken once in 30 days. But the staff has been taking the reading even after 40 days. Due to this the usage is billed at higher slabs. If a consumer uses 100 units per 30 days, he is charged with Rs 3.60 per unit. Then the bill is Rs 360. But due to delayed reading, the number of units crosses 106 and it attracts the next level charge of Rs 6.90. So, the total charge goes up to Rs 690. He alleged that there was a conspiracy behind the excess billing. The officials have been directing the meter reading staff to take reading after 30 days. They have been forcing the consumers to pay more. However, the officials of the distribution companies denied this and said that the charges are applied as per the software approved by the Electricity Regulatory Authority. They said that the billing software was modified long ago and implemented as per the directions of Electricity Regulatory Commission to avoid unnecessary burden on electricity consumers in case of delay in billing. For example, if consumer falls under category 1B (1), the first slab rate is Rs 3.30 and for first slab usage of 0-100 units. If billing is delayed by 10 days, the first slab of the said consumer will automatically extend to 0 – 133 units. There is no fraud in case of delayed billing by the power staff as alleged.last_img read more

first_imgSujeeth and Prabhas on Saaho setSaaho, a Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor starrer, is one of the most awaited films of the year and audience across the country are looking forward to watching the visual extravaganza on August 15. But the film is likely not releasing on the given date.News that the film is being postponed is doing rounds on social media. Sources from the production house have revealed that the release of the film might be postponed by 15 days. It is now expected to hit the screens on August 30. An official confirmation from the makers is awaited.The reason for the delay in release due to the slow pace of work that is happening. The post-production works have begun just a couple of days ago and the lead actors are still working for some patchwork scenes. A lot of editing work is still pending, though the technical team has been working day and night. Since the beginning, there has always been a delay in the shootings and schedules. The makers have got a shock when music composers have said that they are walking out of the project. Finding composers have taken a lot of the time of the makers and that made way to delay in a lot of things. Source from the direction department says, “Except delay in post-production, there is no other reason for the delay, in case it is really going to get delayed. It is of course for the betterment and I think the delay of Saaho is going to make way for many other films to lock that date for release. The film has been wrapped up on Tuesday and we are hoping to release it as early as possible to keep up the promise.”Many films have made their way for Saaho and have chosen other dates to release their films. If Saaho gets delayed, it is going to be difficult for distributors and producers of other films to adjust dates and theatres. Let us see what happens.last_img read more

first_imgbclRuling Bangladesh Awami League’s student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) has conducted raids in several student dormitories in search of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir activists.During the four-hour long raid beginning from Sunday night in different dormitories of the Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology aka CUET, the student organisation had also detained five activists of Islami Chhatra Shibir although they managed to escape from the ruling party activists after four hours of detention.The university authorities have called the BCL raid in their dormitories unwarranted.Sources in the BCL said a group of BCL activists belonging to the group of CUET unit BCL president Syed Imam Baker, launched raids in different rooms of the Shahid Mohammad Shah Hall around 9:00pm Sunday when they heard that Shibir organised an iftar programme at the mosque of a dormitory of the university.During the raid, the BCL activists detained five students — third year students Parvez Mosharraf and Abu Nayeem Mohammad Noman, second year students Md Tahir Talha, Md Ibrahim and Mahamudul Hasan Arif from the hall– and they were taken to Bangabandhu Hall.Acting on a tip-off, Bangabandhu Hall provost Kazi Delowar Hossain, assistant provost ATM Shahjahan, Shahid Mohammad Shah Hall provost Mizanur Rahman, the university’s student welfare director Md Mashiul Haque rushed to Bangabandhu Hall.CUET unit BCL president Syed Imam Baker went to the dormitory.The university administration took written statements from the five students detained by BCL activists around midnight and the students admitted that they were involved in Islami Chhatra Shibir politics.During the BCL attacks on Shibir activists, the activists of ruling AL’s student wing snatched away four laptops, five cellphones, one USB device and several books from the Shibir activists.The university authorities escorted the five Shibir activists to Shahid Mohammad Shah Hall later around 12:30am. At this stage, the entire campus of the university plunged into darkness due to power failure and the five Shibir activists escaped from the campus.BCL activists again started launching attacks on Shibir activists in various university dormitories when they heard that the five Shibir activists escaped.When contacted, Syed Imam Baker told Prothom Alo that they launched the attacks so that Shibir activists cannot create any chaos on the university campus.University’s students welfare director professor Mohammad Mashiul Haque said the five students should not have been picked up without informing the authorities. “And conducting raids in different dormitories is unwarranted too.”He said the university authorities have formed a four-strong investigation committee led by Electrical and Computer Science Faculty dean professor Koushik Deb.The probe body has been asked to submit its report within seven days.last_img read more

first_imgThe European Union (EU) has said the atmosphere for the safe, voluntary and dignified return of those who have fled their homeland must be put in place.It also asked the Myanmar government to intensify efforts to ensure full, safe and unconditional access to Rakhine State for humanitarian assistance without delay.”The authorities in Myanmar need to take forward swiftly full implementation of the recommendations of the Advisory Commission, including citizenship for the Rohingya population,” said head of the EU delegation to the United Nations ambassador Joao Vale de Almeida.The ambassador made the call while addressing the Security Council Arria formula meeting with Kofi Annan on the Situation in Myanmar in New York on Friday. The EU envoy said those most closely involved – and the wider international community – must remain unflagging in their efforts to address this crisis and the human suffering it is inflicting.Ambassador and permanent representative to the UN Masud Bin Momen said it will be difficult to find a meaningful and lasting solution to the Rohingya crisis without involvement and monitoring by the international community especially without UN Security Council given the previous experience with Myanmar.The root cause of the problem lies with Myanmar and the solution to the crisis also lies there, he said.The Bangladesh ambassador said though the two countries agreed to form a working group to start repatriation process there are some issues that require wider discussions, according to a message received here on Saturday.The EU welcomed state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi’s clear commitment in her 12 October speech.”The EU stands ready to support Myanmar in this endeavour,” Almeida said urging Myanmar to cooperate fully with the Human Rights Council Independent Fact-Finding Mission and to allow full, safe and unhindered access of its members to Rakhine state without delay.The ambassador said Bangladesh has responded with a great resolve to this crisis to provide essential humanitarian assistance to those displaced by this crisis.”The EU welcomes the initial discussions and commitments between Bangladesh and Myanmar, and encourages both countries to take urgent steps forward to ensure the safe and voluntary repatriation of refugees as soon as possible, in line with the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State.””It’s incumbent upon the international community to do everything it can to alleviate the plight of those who have fled and those who remain in Rakhine state,” Almeida said.The ambassador said the EU has responded quickly to the evolving humanitarian crisis. “We’ve provided 18 million euro for the delivery of assistance in Myanmar, of which 8 million euro in Rakhine, and 14.5 million euro in Bangladesh, with 10 million to address needs in Cox’s Bazar.”The EU will co-host a pledging conference in Geneva on 23 October in order to boost international support.It commended the work of the Advisory Commission and said the recommendations made by the Advisory Commission provide a clear blueprint for addressing the substantial security, development and human rights challenges faced in Rakhine state and for improving the lives of those who live there.The EU acknowledged the efforts that have been made to date by the government of Myanmar to support the work of the commission and to take forward the implementation of its recommendations, including through the establishment of a committee to oversee implementation.The EU observed that the unprecedented wave of refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh has rightly galvanised international concern.”The violence and human rights violations that have driven this exodus are not acceptable and must end immediately and the protection of all civilians without discrimination, as well as the full observation of human rights law, must be assured,” said the EU envoy.The EU condemned the serious human rights violations and abuses, as well as disproportionate use of force, carried out by the security forces.It called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice in line with the rule of law. “This applies also for those involved in the attacks committed against members of the Myanmar security forces – attacks which the EU has condemned.”last_img read more

first_img Share The Latest on stabbings in Finland (all times local):Several Stabbed In Finland, One Apprehended- Says Police— NEWS IN-DEPTH (@RcmcMedia) August 18, 20177:20 p.m.Finland’s interior minister says security is being stepped up across the Nordic country after stabbings that killed at least two people in a western city.Paula Risikko made the announcement during a news conference in Turku, where the stabbings happened.Police say that a suspect is in custody and being treated in a hospital after officers shot him in the thigh.Turku is about 150 kilometers (90 miles) west of the capital, Helsinki.___7:15 p.m.Police in Finland say that two people have been killed and six others wounded in stabbings in the western city of Turku.Police say that a suspect is in custody and being treated in a hospital after officers shot him.Turku is about 150 kilometers (90 miles) west of the capital, Helsinki.___7 p.m.Finland’s main news agency says one person has died in the stabbings in the western city of Turku.The STT agency cited the hospital where the victim died.Finland’s top police chief Seppo Kolehmainen said it was too early to link the events in Turku to international terrorism, according to the YLE broadcaster.Kolehmainen said it was “nothing is known about the motives … or what precisely has happened in Turku.”Police earlier said officers shot a man in the leg and detained him after the stabbings. Police also say they are looking for more potential suspects.___6:35 p.m.Police in Finland say they are looking for more potential suspects in the stabbing of several people in the western city of Turku.Police made the announcement on Twitter, also warning people to leave and avoid central Turku. Earlier, police said they shot one man in the leg who was suspected of stabbing several people.Finnish broadcaster YLE says several people were seen lying on the ground in the central part of the city.Tabloid Ilta-Sanomat says six people were injured, one man and five women, and that a woman with stroller was attacked by a man with a large knife.___6:10 p.m.Police in Finland say they have shot a man in the leg after he was suspected of stabbing several people in the western city of Turku.Finnish broadcaster YLE says several people were seen lying on the ground in the central part of the city.On Twitter, police urged people to avoid that part of Turku.Tabloid Ilta-Sanomat says six people were injured, one man and five women, and that a woman with stroller was attacked by a man with a large knife.last_img read more

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We’re also on – your must-see news, features, videos and pictures throughout Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire & South Cheshire. Key EventsKnypersley collision20:21Two lanes shut due to accident on M6 in Staffordshire15:23Three Staffordshire schools and a college on evacuated or in lockdown – live updates15:23Crewe attack15:1220:41Lotto results!Are you a lottery player? Check your results here.20:27M6 lane closureOne lane is closed and traffic is heavy on the M6 northbound because a lorry is having a tyre changed. Lane one, of three, is closed between junction 14, Stafford North, and junction 15, Stoke-on-Trent.20:21KEY EVENTKnypersley collisionA motorist had to be cut free from his car and taken to hospital after it collided with a wall and overturned earlier this evening. Read more.19:33DerringtonTemporary traffic lights on Aston Bank in both directions at Seighford Road. 19:11M6 CheshireTraffic has returned to normal, earlier broken down vehicle on M6 Northbound between J16, Crewe and J17, Sandbach. A broken down car has been removed. 19:06Gender pay gap (Image: Staffordshire Police)Men working at Staffordshire Police are paid an average of 13 per cent more than female colleagues – and the force says part of the reason is that male officers hold more high ranking positions.Under new legislation all organisations employing more than 250 people are required to publish a report on their gender pay gaps.Men working at the police force receive an average wage of £17.92 an hour while their female colleagues will be collecting roughly £15.52 – a gap of 13.4 per cent. Read more.18:58Knypersley collisionA Staffordshire Moorlands road is completely closed off while emergency services deal with a road traffic collision.A number of police vehicles, three fire engines, and two ambulances have been called to Park Lane, in Knypersley , shortly after 5.35pm tonight (February 28). Read more.17:22M6 slow trafficThere is slow traffic because of an accident on the M6 northbound at junction 18, Middlewich and Holmes Chapel. All traffic was temporarily held at the slip road.17:16A34 accidentThere is heavy traffic and the road is partially blocked due to an accident on the A34, Newcastle Road, at the Talke Roundabout.17:10Slip road blockedOne lane is blocked on the M6 southbound at junction 17, Sandbach, because of an accident involving a lorry and a car. Lane two, of two, remains closed.17:03Gritting in StaffordshireStaffordshire County Council has said its gritters are on stand-by tonight. Looks like a fairly cold night ahead with possible freezing temperatures so gritting crews will be monitoring conditions and out where needed. Please take care if on the roads. 16:58M6 trafficTraffic heavy on the M6 southbound between junction 13, Staffoprd South, and junction 12, Gailey.16:56Collection box theftPolice officers are appealing for information after a collection box was stolen from a Staffordshire church.The collection box at Upper Tean Christ Church was stolen at some point between 11am on March 18 and 11am and March 25. It contained around £50. If anyone has seen anything contact Staffordshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 356 of March 27. 16:31Three people chargedThree people were due to appear in court today after a pensioner was robbed in broad daylight in a busy shopping centre.A woman in her eighties was walking through the Bridestones Shopping Centre, in Congleton, when she was surrounded by two men and a woman at around 1.15pm on Monday, March 26. Read more.16:18Heavy traffic in CreweThere is heavy traffic on the A534 Crewe Green Road before the roadworks. Travel time is around five minutes.16:00Candle warning (Image: Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service)Firefighters are urging families to take care when using candles in their home following a fire late on Tuesday night. Two crews from Rising Brook and Stafford were called to a semi-detached property in Common Road, Rising Brook, shortly after 10pm on Tuesday. Read more.15:30A500The A500 D Road southbound is busy but moving around junction 15 of the M6.15:23KEY EVENTTwo lanes shut due to accident on M6 in StaffordshireThe carriageway is shut on the M6 Northbound between Junction 12 and Junction 13. More here.15:23KEY EVENTThree Staffordshire schools and a college on evacuated or in lockdown – live updatesMilton Primary Academy has confirmed an evacuation is underway – while at least two schools in Stafford and the Burslem campus of Stoke-on-Trent college are also reportedly affected. More here.15:23Slow traffic in LeekThere is slow traffic on the A53, Borad Street, at the A52. Congestion is backing up to Buxton Road and Ball Haye Road and on the A523 Ashbourne Road.15:12KEY EVENTCrewe attack (Image: Google Maps)Police officers are appealing for witnesses after a 42-year-old woman was sexually assaulted.At around 8.20am on Saturday, March 24, the woman was accosted by a man as she walked along Harrison Drive, in Crewe. Read more.14:52Bucknall RoadBucknall Road inbound is busy but moving from the A52, Leek Road, to Hanley.13:31Firefighters cut hole in wall to free trapped ‘large’ catFirefighters were called to Chessington Crescent in Trentham to free the unfortunate animal – which firefighters described as ‘large’. More here.13:10Gritters out in Cheshire tonightGritters are out in Cheshire tonight.A Cheshire East Council spokesman said: With a risk of patchy frost and ice ❄️ overnight, we’ll be gritting all routes from 19:00. We’ll continue to monitor the weather.” 13:08Delays now clearedThe earlier delays on the M6 have now all completely cleared.13:07’Wonderful father’ was texting at wheel before fatal A50 crashMore here. 12:35Heavy traffic on A500Heavy traffic on A500 D Road Southbound before M6 J15. 11:44Man released on bail after bungalow fireEmergency services were called to Highfield Close in Swynnerton on Monday night. More here.10:40One lane closed on M6One lane closed and heavy traffic due to broken down lorry on M6 Southbound after J18 A54 (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel). In the roadworks area.Lane one (of three) is closed within the smart motorway works.10:24Man released on conditional bail following fireThe man was arrested following a fire in Swynnerton.last_img read more

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