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Haryana’s Ambala Lok Sabha constituency is set to witness a contest between former two-term MP Kumari Selja of the Congress and the incumbent, Rattan Lal Kataria of the BJP, for the third time since 2004.Ambala, a Scheduled Caste reserved constituency, has traditionally seen a direct contest between the Congress and the BJP or its earlier avatar, the Jana Sangh, since 1967. Aman Kumar Nagra of the Bahujan Samaj Party in 1998 was the only non-Congress, non-BJP candidate to have won the seat.Currently a Rajya Sabha MP, Ms. Selja had defeated Mr. Kataria on both the earlier occasions in 2004 and 2009. This week, she kicked off her election campaign with a roadshow where she targeted her rival party for not fulfilling the promises made in 2014.At a party meeting in Panchkula, Ms. Selija, who is a member of the Congress Working Committee, hit out at the BJP accusing it of bringing to a standstill the development work started in the constituency by the previous Congress-led government. She also urged people to compare the development work carried out during her two previous stints as the Member of Parliament from Ambala. In 2014, Mr. Kataria had won the seat by defeating Raj Kumar Balmiki of the Congress after Ms. Selja opted to not contest the election.Development work The BJP MP, who had won the seat for the first time in 1999, is banking on the development work done by him in the constituency as well as the “good performance’’ of the NDA government at the Centre and BJP government in the State.Mr. Kataria, who on Friday filed his nomination, made it clear that he would focus on the achievements of the government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, including the welfare work done for farmers and the poor. “Also, the BJP in Haryana has worked on the principle of ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’. The State government has given a transparent and graft-free governance,” he told reporters.Besides the Congress and the BJP, Rampal Balmiki of the Indian National Lok Dal, who has been a member of Yamunanagar Municipal Corporation for four terms, and Naresh Saran of the BSP-Loktantra Suraksha Party alliance are also in fray .All 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in the State will vote in the sixth phase on May 12.
PHOTO BY TRISTAN TAMAYO/INQUIRER.netWhether it was a defending champion brought back to earth or a perennial finalist finally steadying itself after a shaky start, flight was an operative word in the UAAP women’s volleyball tournament Wednesday.La Salle rocketed back in orbit, while Ateneo sustained its rise after the rival schools bested their opponents at FilOil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT Muntinlupa thwarts QC “We tried to show that we can deliver in a tight situation like a five-set match,” said Madayag, who preserved the win with a kill block off Adamson’s Chiara Permentilla.“I think we really showed that we are capable of outing up a fight, compared to the other games we played,” added Madayag. “The scores were really close and the young players really stepped up today.”More importantly, it put the Lady Eagles back on course after opening the season on back-to-back losses.“We’re slowly improving and slowly getting our game back,” said Madayag.The Lady Spikers didn’t need to go through much of a wringer, dusting off their loss to National U by crushing University of the East, 25-18, 25-17, 25-20—with Aduke Ogunsanya typifying La Salle’s aggressiveness from start to finish.ADVERTISEMENT NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers AFP official booed out of forum MOST READ Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting She wound up with 12 points, including nine attacks, while team captain Majoy Baron added 10 points for the defending champions.“We really wanted to come back after that loss (to National University) and we had tough training and practice and really pushed ourselves,” added the Filipino-Nigerian middle blocker, who was raised in Iloilo.But even the rousing performance failed to calm the alarm in coach Ramil de Jesus.“The result is important but as for the performance, I’m quite dissatisfied because I couldn’t see the aggressiveness on the court,” said De Jesus in Filipino. “When they saw that we had a big lead and the win was within reach they became quite complacent.”Newly appointed starting setter Michelle Cobb cleared the path for Ogunsanya and Baron by tossing 35 excellent sets which kept the Lady Spikers’ offence on full tilt.It was La Salle’s fourth win in five matches as it handed UE’s fifth defeat in as many outings.Me-Ann Mendrez and Shaya Adorador accounted for 19 points total for UE which failed to get support from the rest of the team. —WITH A REPORT FROM BONG LOZADA, INQUIRER.NET Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH LATEST STORIES Ateneo hacked out a thrilling 25-18, 14-25, 25-18, 15-25, 15-10 victory over Adamson for its third win in a row after losing its first two games of the season.Jho Maraguinot totaled 15 points, while Maddie Madayag and last year’s Rookie of the Year Jules Samonte accounted for 14 points each for the Lady Eagles.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSamonte punished Adamson skipper Jema Galanza with a through-the-block kill for Ateneo’s 11-8 lead in the deciding set then followed it up with another kill this time on Lea Perez for a 12-9 margin.The Lady Falcons suffered their second straight defeat for a 2-3 record. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next View comments
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After making his third triple in the first half, Rain or Shine big man Norbert Torres could not help but shake his head in disbelief.Just two days earlier, Rain or Shine struggled to make shots, winning Game 1 of its PBA Philippine Cup showdown with Magnolia despite hitting just 34 percent of its attempt from the floor.ADVERTISEMENT “Our defense was also key today. We were able to slow down their guards. For us to win this series, we have to be a consistent defensive team,” added Garcia.Defense will also be the talk in both locker rooms in the other half of the semifinal bracket.San Miguel Beer, the team’s best offensive squad, will gun for a 2-0 lead against Phoenix Pulse on Monday armed with yet another weapon: The Beermen’s defense has held opponents under 90 points in the team’s last three victories.“It’s really been our defense,” said San Miguel coach Leo Austria.And Phoenix hopes to rediscover its own defensive identity to try level the series.ADVERTISEMENT But two quarters into Game 2, Torres had already made all four attempts from beyond the arc. He already had 16 points, too, as the Elasto Painters eventually fashioned out a methodical 93-80 beatdown of the Magnolia Hotshots Sunday night at Smart Araneta Coliseum for a2-0 series lead.“I think we just started the game on fire,” said Rain or Shine Caloy Garcia. “Norbert came out and hit his shots and I think that threw [the Hotshots] off.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsThe 6-foot-6 Torres, who seems to have found a home after bouncing around the league in his first four seasons, contributed five rebounds and a block in less than 15 minutes of play.The Painters hardly needed any more second out of him after racing to huge leads in the third period. 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 SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte “We’ve been winning and we got to 9-2 [in the eliminations] because of our defense and not because of our offense. I need to remind our players what our identity is,” Alas said after a 100-88 loss to the Beermen Saturday.Take a cue from the Painters, perhaps?Rain or Shine wanted to slow Magnolia’ succeeded, as the Hotshots’ high-octane guards, Jio Jalalon and Mark Barroca, combined for just four points on on 2-of-13 from the field. The Painters also made Paul Lee work for his 12 points. Lee made 4 of his 9 attempts and committed three turnovers.Ed Daquioag led Rain or Shine with 19 points, including nine in the third quarter where the Painters forged a 25-point lead.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess View comments MOST READ Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Final fall DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew
Dynamo Kiev – Olympiacos. Photo: EurokinissiThe Piraeus-based club started the match cautiously against the Ukrainian side who entered the game in attack-mode. Pedro Martins-coached Olympiacos tried to threaten for the first time in the match in the 6’ with a long range shot by Hassan that sliced wide. Ten minutes later, Podence worked the left side of the pitch with Tsimikas who then crossed the ball near Boyko’s goal but the goalkeeper parried the ball out of play. Gradually, the Olympiacos showed glimpses of balanced play as the game wore on. They looked more comfortable on the ball and drove forward more frequently. Olympiacos’s dreams of a deep-run in this year’s edition of the UEFA Europa League were extinguished in Kiev on Thursday at Olimpiyskiy Stadium, where the Greek giants were defeated 1-0 by Dynamo Kiev. Tonight’s result, combined with the 2-2 match in Piraeus a week ago resulted in Olympiacos crashing out of the tournament.The Reds did not manage to continue the positive momentum gained by their lopsided derby win against AEK over the weekend and generally did not seem up to the task tonight against their Ukrainian opponents., From the moment that they allowed Fran Sol to score in the middle of the first half, the chances to qualify to the next round of the tournament got significantly slimmer. In the second half, Olympiacos had two big chances to answer and score to put the pressure on the Ukrainians but both chances were denied by Dynamo’s keeper Denys Boyko. TweetPinShare22 Shares However, in the 32’ Dynamo surprised Olympiacos and opened up the scoring for the night. Mykolenko played a through ball to Sol who then sent the ball into the back of the net from inside the penalty box. The reds did not manage to immediately react to going down in the score and almost conceded again in the first half’s waning moments of injury time but goalkeeper Sa denied Sol a second goal by stopping his close-range shot.Dynamo Kiev – Olympiacos. Photo: EurokinissiOlympiacos started the second half with a greater sense of urgency and in the 51’ Torosidis crossed the ball for Masouras who sent the ball just barely wide of the net. In the 60’ Olympiacos threatened again with a long-range shot from Fortounis that was stopped by Boyko. In the 75’ after a terrific individual effort from Masouras, Hassan tried a close range shot which forced Boyko into a difficult save but the Ukrainian keeper nonetheless was up to the task to stop it. Dynamo Kiev – Olympiacos. Photo: EurokinissiThe red lost their last big chance to get back into the match and the berth to the next round when in the 87’ with Guerrero shooting from within the penalty box and Boyko parried it away. The game was officiated by Slovakian Ivan Kruzliak who showed yellow cards to: Cisse, Verbic, Kedziora, Podence, Shepelev and Torosidis.DYNAMO KIEV: Boyko, Verbic (92 ‘Smyrnyi), Shepelev, Sol (92’ Rusyn), Shaparenko (76 ‘Harmash), Tsygankov, Mykolenko, Burda, Buyalskyi, Shabanov, Kedziora.OLYMPIACOS: Sa, Torosidis, Meriah, Cisse, Tsimikas, Bouchalakis (65 ‘Natkho), Guilherme, Podence, DIas (46’ Masouras), Fortounis (65 ‘Guerrero) Dynamo Kiev – Olympiacos. Photo: Eurokinissi
West Brom 0 Chelsea 4: Hazard leads rampant champions in piling pressure on Pulis Matt Dorman Last updated 1 year ago 00:50 11/19/17 Getty Images Eden Hazard netted a brace to spearhead Chelsea’s demolition of West Brom on Saturday. Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata ran riot as Chelsea outclassed West Brom 4-0 at the Hawthorns to turn up the heat on Tony Pulis.As Antonio Conte celebrated his 50th Premier League match in style, the contrast to his opposite number in the dugout could not have been greater, as Pulis’ side never came close to avoiding a fourth consecutive defeat.Conte kept David Luiz to the bench on his return to the squad but the visitors hardly needed defensive reinforcement in cruising to their 10th win in 12 league away games. 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 On the ground where they sealed last season’s title, Chelsea raced to a two-goal lead inside 23 minutes as Morata and Hazard exchanged assists for their quickfire goals.It was all too easy for Marcos Alonso as he added a third from Cesc Fabregas’ set-piece in the 38th minute and the champions remained in cruise control until Hazard completed his brace with a well-taken second just beyond the hour.The victory sees Conte’s men at least momentarily move into second, but the pressure on Pulis will only intensify with the Baggies now winless in all competitions since August.That guy again @hazardeden10— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) November 18, 2017Contrary to what was ahead, West Brom began with purpose and looked to have taken a fifth-minute lead through Salomon Rondon, but his header was correctly ruled out for offside.Chelsea quickly overcame their early wobble and went close through Tiemoue Bakayoko, before Morata made the breakthrough in the 17th minute.Ben Foster could only parry Hazard’s thumping left-footed effort as far as the Spain international, who tucked away the rebound for his eighth of the campaign.It was that pair who combined again just six minutes later. Morata this time freed Hazard with a classy flick-on and, clean through on goal, the Belgium star made no mistake after rounding Foster.12 – Alvaro Morata has had a hand in more goals in his first 11 @premierleague games for @ChelseaFC than any other player for the club (8 goals, 4 assists). Impact. pic.twitter.com/dhhLdOfObv— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 18, 2017And the contest was all but over by half-time as Alonso ghosted unmarked to the far post and volleyed in Fabregas’ floated free-kick, ensuring the home side left the pitch to a chorus of boos.An isolated Rondon continued to battle hard after the restart and was denied a promising opening by Gary Cahill’s well-timed challenge, while Jake Livermore’s air-swing from the subsequent corner almost cost his side on the counter-attack.Pulis had replaced Grzegorz Krychowiak with Claudio Yacob at the break but the midfield switch did little to patch up the holes at the back, Morata finding space to test Foster once more.Instead it was Hazard who was first to a brace when he silkily brought down Fabregas’ ball over the top, steadied and fired through the retreating defenders.A mix-up in Chelsea’s defence allowed substitute James McClean to stride through with a chance for a consolation, but the Republic of Ireland winger dragged his shot wide to sum up a miserable afternoon for the hosts. Key Opta stats:- The Baggies have lost more Premier League games against Chelsea (17) than any other opponent.- Alvaro Morata has had a hand in 12 goals in his first 11 Premier League games for Chelsea (eight goals, four assists), more than any other Blues player in the competition’s history.- This was Tony Pulis’ joint-heaviest home Premier League defeat, matching his 4-0 defeats to Man City (October 2016) and Chelsea (January 2013 as Stoke boss).- Eden Hazard has scored in 16 Premier League matches under Antonio Conte and won every match.- Hazard has scored five Premier League goals against the Baggies – against no side has he scored more (also five against Bournemouth).- Since the start of last season, Marcos Alonso has scored more Premier League goals (9) than any other defender. read more
17Dijon12-911 St Etienne Twitter Guardian Sport Network Read more Thomas Tuchel is making slow but sure progress at PSG 6Marseille12119 Share on Messenger Show 5St Etienne12020 Quick guide Ligue 1 results Was this helpful? European club football Hide Read more 19Monaco12-67 Ligue 1 table Share on LinkedIn PosTeamPGDPts 1PSG123436 Ligue 1 Share on Twitter 13Nimes12-114 features 12Rennes12-315 Pinterest Reuse this content 9Nice12-517 Who is the top-scoring Argentinian in Europe’s big leagues so far this season? It’s not Mauro Icardi, Gonzalo Higuaín, Lionel Messi or Sergio Agüero. That illustrious quartet are looking up at Emiliano Sala, a lanky 28-year-old striker who has never played for the national team. Sala scored a brace against hapless Guingamp this weekend to take his tally for the season into double figures, which is all the more remarkable given that Nantes have already sacked and replaced a manager this season.When the season kicked off, Miguel Cardoso was in charge and Sala was not in his plans. The striker was nearly shipped to Galatasaray on the last day of the transfer window – a move the player was reportedly keen on – with Kalifa Coulibaly preferred in attack. Two goals from the bench in Nantes’ first three matches offered a solid rebuttal from Sala, who had scored a dozen league goals (no mean feat under previous managers Claudio Ranieri and René Girard) in each of his previous campaigns, but surely felt marginalised by the arrival of Majeed Waris along with an attacking philosophy that implied a lone striker. Sala’s goals were not enough to save Cardoso, who was replaced last month by the veteran manager Vahid Halilhodzic.Halilhodzic is nothing short of a cult figure at Nantes, having won the title with the club as a player in the 1982-83 season, when he was also their top scorer. His managerial record has been a bit of a mixed bag. He has impressed in France and earned qualification to the World Cup with three different countries – with the Ivory Coast in 2010, Algeria in 2014 and Japan in 2018 – but he has also endured forgettable spells in charge of Trabzonspor and Rennes.His arrival at the Stade de la Beaujoire, however, has been an unqualified success. Nantes have found a new lease of life under Halilhodzic, having been prosaic for so long under Girard, Ranieri and Michel Der Zakarian since their most recent promotion to the top flight in 2013. They have scored 14 goals in their last four matches – all of which have ended in victory and with Sala on the scoresheet 11Bordeaux12-115 Share on Facebook 18Amiens12-910 Share via Email Thank you for your feedback. Halilhodzic knows all about scoring goals for Nantes, having set the club’s record goal tally of 29 in the 1984-85 season, and his attacking philosophy has certainly borne fruit this season. When asked about his prolific striker, the Bosnian manager hinted that Sala has not just improved on the pitch: “He scores? So what, he’s paid to do that. The goalkeeper doesn’t score. When I arrived, the lad had a very low level of morale, but he went to work. He’s not the type of striker we often see today, playing with his back to goal, but he gives our attack a focal point.”Nantes have not had a focal point for a long time. The last time their top scorer hit more than 12 goals in a season was back in the 1999-2000 campaign. Sala was helped to his brace this weekend by some abject Guingamp defending a soft penalty but, make no mistake, he looks reinvigorated, surrounded by the creativity and pace of Anthony Limbombé and Gabriel Boschilia on the flanks. Sala’s ungainly style and lack of pace have made him a figure of fun in some quarters but he has continued to evolve, playing a slightly more withdrawn role to allow for the diagonal runs of his fellow attackers. At heart though he fits into the archetype of the powerful South American striker who is blessed with more physical gifts than elegance.Sala made the move to Europe as a teenager to join the Bordeaux academy. He showed flashes of goalscoring prowess during loan spells at Caen and second-division Niort, but never really impressed for Bordeaux’s first team so was moved to Nantes for around €1m in 2015. He was far from prolific in his first season at the club – scoring just six goals in 31 appearances – but quickly endeared himself to fans with his hard work and willingness to press from the front; he was even happy to play in a wide role or off another striker at timesNow, with a team based around his talent and a manager willing to give his squad’s attacking talent greater responsibility, Sala could finally come good. Only Kylian Mbappé has scored more goals in Ligue 1 this season. Very suddenly the sky seems the limit for this unassuming striker.Ligue 1 talking points • Although Thierry Henry’s tenure at Monaco remains in its infancy, the scene in Monte Carlo is one of undeniable chaos. Injuries robbed Henry of five key starters for their 1-0 defeat at newly promoted Reims, but the manager questioned his players’ mental fortitude and desire, claiming a lack of confidence meant his team “involuntarily refused to play” as he wanted and “didn’t know how to create” despite 72% possession and having an extra man for 20 minutes. Henry’s use of immobile centre-back Kamil Glik on the right of a three-man defence only served to expose that flank, a weakness that led to Mathieu Cafaro’s winner. The 2017 champions are now 19th in the Ligue, four points from safety, having failed to win in their last 14 games – a “very disturbing” situation said Radamel Falcao afterwards.• St Étienne’s enthralling 4-3 win over Angers was the game of the season so far. Angers lost their talisman striker Karl Toko Ekambi to Villarreal in the summer – he had scored 17 goals for the club last season – but their coach, Stéphane Moulin, has again managed to squeeze the best from a limited team, who impressed in taking the lead twice before being overhauled. Mathieu Debuchy, whose header made it 2-1, and Rémy Cabella, whose cross forced a Vincent Manceau own goal and set up substitute Romain Hamouma’s late winner, were pivotal for St Étienne, who remain in contention for a return to the European Cup for the first time since 1981. Facebook 4Lyon12521 20Guingamp12-177 Topics Ligue 1 resultsPSG 2-1 LilleMontpellier 3-0 MarseilleLyon 1-1 BordeauxSt Étienne 4-3 AngersStrasbourg 1-1 ToulouseReims 1-0 MonacoNice 1-0 AmiensNantes 5-0 GuingampCaen 1-2 RennesDijon 0-4 Nîmes 16Caen12-511 8Reims12-217 7Strasbourg12417 Monaco 10Nantes12215 Guingamp Thierry Henry 2Montpellier121325 15Angers12-312 14Toulouse12-914 Nantes Share on WhatsApp 3Lille121125 Share on Pinterest Tough times at Monaco. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters Germany’s most intriguing derby is back – in the second division
ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Alabama Crimson Tide helmets lay on the ground with in confetti after the game against the Georgia Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Alabama won 26-23. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Former Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Jack Rutledge, a member of the team’s first Bear Bryant-led national championship squad, has passed away.According to 247Sports, Rutledge died on Thursday after a battle with cancer and dementia.The news has already brought reactions from a variety of people who knew and met with him:Getting unfortunate news from my @AlabamaFTBL A-Club friends that Coach Jack Rutledge passed away. He always had a good heart & strong message for us living in Bryant Hall.. And great Coach Bryant stories. You will be missed. Rest In Peace Coach. @UofAlabama @abc3340 pic.twitter.com/gMj4DM4qGu— Christopher Sign (@ChristopherSign) January 24, 2019Rest in Peace to Jack Rutledge….A fine and classy gentleman and a man who truly bled Crimson as well…..— Stan J. Griffin (@StanJGriffin) January 24, 2019Sadden to hear about the passing of coach Jack RutledgeHe was always very nice to me when I talked to him— PrideOfTheTide.com (@PrideOfTheTide) January 24, 2019Rutledge was recruited by Alabama head coach Jennings Whitworth in 1957, but real on-field success when the team hired Bear Bryant in 1958.Though he played running back and won two state championships in as a high school athlete in Alabama, Rutledge transitioned to offensive lineman and linebacker in college.He was a starting offensive guard in 1961 when the Crimson Tide went 11-0 en route to a Sugar Bowl win over Arkansas and culminating in the school’s first title under the legendary coach.Following Rutledge’s graduation, he briefly coached high school football and later joined Bryant’s coaching staff until Bryant retired in 1982.During his time on Bryant’s staff, Rutledge coached offensive linemen and special teams.
A suspected stowaway was discovered aboard the bulk carrier MI Harmony on June 8 while the vessel was docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.The 32-year-old male, believed to be from Tanzania, had reportedly fled from the ships crew after being discovered and had suffered a fractured left leg while fleeing up a crane on the ship before reaching a narrow ledge half way up the crane.Ships crew were able to reach the man and he had been secured by ships crew, using harnesses, but they were in a barely accessible part of the ships crane above the deck of the ship and EMS and police responded to assist, according to the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI).The patient was hoisted onto the deck below and into the care of EMS paramedics and police on the ships deck. The patient has been transported to hospital by an EMS ambulance for further treatment and he is in a stable condition.It is suspected that the man stowed away on the ship in Tanzania and although the ships last Port of call was Madagascar he was only discovered onboard once docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth.
Halifax Regional Municipality: events include an introduction to canoeing and fun activities about wildlife habitat and nature at Dollar Lake Provincial Park; Kings County: kite-making at Blomidon Provincial Park; Cape Breton County: French and English battle re-enactment at Mira River Provincial Park; Queens County: Keep It Wild workshop and Picnic in the Park at Thomas Raddall Provincial Park; Lunenburg County: sand castle competition at Rissers Beach Provincial Park; Pictou County: bug walk and talk at Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park; Hants County: A nighttime bat walk at Smileys Provincial Park. Canoeing, kite-making, nature walks and a sand castle competitionare some of the activities taking place in Nova Scotia provincialparks on Saturday, July 17 — Canada’s Parks Day. “Our provincial parks have so much to offer and Parks Day is theperfect opportunity for everyone to enjoy our natural environmentand to participate in outdoor activities,” said Natural ResourcesMinister Richard Hurlburt. “I encourage all Nova Scotians tovisit a provincial park and take part in our Parks Day events.” The third Saturday in July is set aside as Parks Day in national,provincial, territorial and municipal parks across the country.The intent of the day is to raise awareness of the importance ofparks and historic sites and to encourage active living. Events are planned in the following provincial parks: More information on these events and other park activities isavailable at local offices of the Department of NaturalResources, visitor information centres, by calling 902-424- 4321or by visiting the website at http://parks.gov.ns.ca .
More than 700 families are one step closer to calling Nova Scotia home, the highest number to date. “We have the potential for 700 families to choose Nova Scotia, to put down roots and to be a part of the province’s growing economy” said Marilyn More, Minister responsible for the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration. An additional 23 people have been nominated under the Federal Skilled Worker pilot project, which will help Nova Scotia address its labour shortages. The federal government sets the number of immigrants a province can nominate and makes the final decision on whether they can become a permanent resident. In November, the federal government provided an additional 200 immigration nominees on top of the existing cap of 500 to the province, giving Nova Scotia a total of 700 nominations in 2012. “We have an aggressive immigration strategy to help attract new skilled labour to Nova Scotia and its working,” said Ms. More. “We are successfully marketing the province internationally and attracting and keeping more immigrants. The province is on its way to almost doubling the number of immigrant families who stay in Nova Scotia.” The immigration strategy is part of jobsHere to help ensure there is enough skilled labour for Nova Scotia’s businesses and industries. Under the strategy, the Nova Scotia Nominee Program is the best option for attracting international professional and skilled workers to help meet the changing needs of the province’s economy in areas such as shipbuilding, information technology and health care. “We will continue to lobby the federal government to increase the immigration cap so that we can attract more professional, young, skilled workers from around the world to help grow successful communities,” said Ms. More. For more information on the Nova Scotia immigration strategy, visit www.novascotia.ca/jobshere.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday said it has rejected India’s request to allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s VVIP flight to use its airspace for his upcoming visit to the US via Germany. “India had requested Pakistan to allow Modi to use its airspace to travel to Germany on the 21st (Sept) and return on 28th (Sept),” Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said. Announcing the decision via a video statement, Qureshi said the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad had been informed of Pakistan’s decision to not allow prime minister’s Modi’s special Air India One aircraft to fly over the country, the Geo News reported. Prime Minister Modi is travelling to the US on September 21 to attend the ‘Howdy Modi’ diaspora event on September 22 and address the UN General Assembly on September 27.
For years and decades after Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee’s sudden death in Kashmir, the Jana Sangh and the BJP kept on pressing the demand for the abrogation of Article 370. This relentless pursuit of the ideal of uniting and integrating India saw an expression in a number of programmes, movements and political resolutions over decades. The credit of continuing to strive and pursue this issue and of institutionalising it in the political formulation and narrative of Jana Sangh and later BJP must necessarily go to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya and his political disciples in later years. Also Read – Hijacking Bapu’s legacyIt is interesting to note that the political narrative on the abrogation of 370 was a cogent one and always spoke of the welfare and rights of people, of the need for greater integration and unity and of the necessity of ensuring that the people of the region have equal citizenship rights as any other citizen of India. Contrary to the narrative peddled by Nehru himself and the Nehruvian establishment and the left-communist combine would like us to believe, the Jana Sangh and BJP narrative was not a communal one. It was shorn of a sense of muscular nationalism and always emphasised the point that the continuation of Article 370 would be detrimental to India’s overall national security parameters and would always leave the window open for separatism. Also Read – The future is here!Deendayal Upadhyaya himself extensively wrote and spoke on the issue and ensured that it remained one of the central and defining political kernels of the Jana Sangh. In his protracted correspondences with Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah, Dr Mookerjee had repeatedly harped that the Praja Parishad’s demand of complete integration with India was a people’s demand and had no communal overtone or motive to it. If one looks at Dr Mookerjee’s letters in some details, one sees that his approach, his tone and arguments had a certain finesse and conviction to them. In one of his last letters to Sheikh Abdullah in February 1953, Dr Mookerjee, for instance, movingly concludes, “So far as we in India including Jammu and Kashmir are concerned, we have got to treat this chapter as closed and offer to each other the hands of comradeship so that we can mutually build up a country, where religion will function not for dividing people into warring camps but for generating mutual respect and understanding, all working as common citizens of a common Motherland with equal rights and opportunities for self-development. If we go on thinking of the past and refuse to create an atmosphere of trust and cooperation, we will be committing national suicide…” In his letter to Nehru in early February 1953, Dr Mookerjee wrote, “I and many others honestly feel that the demands on the part of a section of our own countrymen living in the state of Jammu and Kashmir to see that their state is finally integrated with India and is governed according to the Constitution of free India is not an unpatriotic or disintegrating or communal move. You cannot crush their natural urge by sheer force or repression.” Earlier speaking in Parliament on the situation in Kashmir (June 1952), Dr Mookerjee had made a similar point when he argued that in a “democratic federal state, the fundamental rights of citizens of one constituent unit cannot vary vis-à-vis the citizens of another unit. Are not the people of Jammu and Kashmir entitled to the fundamental rights that we have given to the people of India minus Jammu and Kashmir? There is no scope for varied constitutional patterns, disparities as between one federating unit and another…” Deendayal Upadhyaya, who deftly and determinedly carried forward the demand of abrogating Article 370, wrote of Dr Mookerjee’s approach to the issue thus, “he would not tolerate discrimination against the people of Jammu and Kashmir in the matter of fundamental rights and other privileges granted and guaranteed by our Constitution. He would not allow the state to be treated as a private preserve of Sheikh Abdullah and his associates, without any constitutional bindings.” This was exactly the Jana Sangh’s position then, and the BJP’s later. Apart from observing Kashmir integration days across the country, apart from immediately launching countrywide movements whenever Nehru was seen to be wavering on Kashmir or appeared to be making indirect concessions on the issue on the international stage, Upadhyaya also ensured that through his own writings and documentations, a good literary corpus was produced to record the Jana Sangh’s struggle and to create a nationalist ideational narrative on the issue. He published the Mookerjee-Nehru-Abdullah correspondence, for example, so that information about the debate could spread out across the country, titled “Integrate Kashmir: correspondence between Mookerjee, Nehru and Abdullah”. In the publisher’s note Upadhyaya argued that the correspondence is published, “and it is left to the public to judge which of the two approaches is correct. The people will have to decide if they want a well-knit and united Bharat or a loose federation of semi-independent states such as Sheikh Abdullah claims Jammu and Kashmir to be…” Prolific that he was, Kashmir, abrogation of 370 and integration was one of Upadhyaya’s constant theme for political and intellectual activism. In a long tract that he penned, titled “Our Kashmir”, (1953), Upadhyaya, for instance, went into great details on the history of Kashmir, the various forces at work historically in the region, India’s historical and traditional claims over the region, the present political complexities and the demand of Jana Sangh on it. He made it clear that the issue needed to be approached with a bipartisan attitude since it was the question of India’s unity, her future and her national security. He begins the tract lyrically and ends with a hard political appeal, interspersing it with the Jana Sangh’s fundamental political demands. “Kashmir, the land of Maharshi Kashyap and the crown of India,” wrote Upadhyaya, “has been a festering problem for us since the last five years. About Kashmir, it is said, “Kshane kshane yannavatamupaiti tadaiva rupa ramaniyatayah” (The novelty that Nature manifests every moment creates newer and attractive forms of beauty as it does so). The same Kashmir today manifests a newer form almost every day, but of the problem that it has become. The worship at Amarnath is that of Lord Shiva, who stands for benign virtues of creation, but Kashmir, it seems, is today worshipping the malignant. The very mountain peaks, atop which Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya unfurled the standard of dharmic victory, are witness to Kashmiri politicians challenging India’s unity…” Upadhyaya, as he argued, saw the Kashmir issue as “not the problem of any class, political party or community, but a problem affecting the entire nation”. It was therefore essential, he argued, that all demand in one voice that: 4Kashmir must merge fully with India and must be treated just like any other Indian state. 4The Kashmir issue must be withdrawn from the United Nations Organisation. 4Active steps be taken to recover the 2/5th portion of the part of Kashmir that is in Pakistan’s control. These were to form the core demands of Jana Sangh and later BJP – articulated in different forms and at different times but with an undiminished consistency. For Upadhyaya, Kashmir was “not a separate state but very much a part of India. Geographically and culturally, it is very much a part of India while politically too it has been part of India for thousands of years. Kashmiris are very well aware and history too bears witness to the fact that whenever Kashmir was separate even a bit from India, it suffered a lot, economically and materially. Kashmir, the land that personifies beauty, can be happy and prosperous only in the affectionate embrace of India, not elsewhere…” Article 370 had to go so that the “affectionate embrace” of genuine prosperity could be made permanent. Prime Minister Modi’s “Naya Kashmir” narrative, his vision for a new dawn of prosperity and possibilities for the region in its entirety, emphasises that historic point made by Upadhyaya decades ago.(The author is Director, Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation. The views expressed are strictly personal)
Patna: Heavy rain threw normal life out of gear in several parts of Bihar on Saturday, with disruption of rail traffic at a few places and submerging of major localities of state capital Patna.Rainwater gushed into the premises of the Nalanda Medical College Hospital, the second largest healthcare unit in the city, as also the Gardanibagh hospital, inconveniencing both patients and employees. Residences of Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar and other senior politicians were also submerged. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra Singh”Localities like Rajendra Nagar and S K Puri are the worst affected. But the good news is the Ganga has shown a receding trend. It had crossed the danger mark around a week ago,” District Magistrate Kumar Ravi told reporters. The state capital has been lashed by incessant shower since Friday night and the weather department has forecast heavy rain for the next few days. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reviewed the situation across the state through a video conference. He was informed by officials that Bihar has received an average rainfall of 50 mm since Friday with districts like Vaishali and Nawada recording more than 200 mm. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadThe district magistrate said a contingent of NDRF and SDRF personnel was pressed into service to rescue residents from the areas alarmingly water-logged with the help of boats. Vehicular traffic came to a near standstill on submerged roads as residents were seen wading through knee- deep water. Plying of ambulances was virtually impossible in the Nalanda Medical College Hospital and the Gardanibagh Hospital, where essential items like oxygen cylinders were carried in hand pulled carts. The high and the mighty were also not spared the trouble as residences of Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Road Construction Minister Nand Kishore Yadav, BJP MP Rajiv Pratap Rudy resembled marooned islands. The weather department has predicted heavy rainfall for the city till September 30 and the district administration has ordered closure of all schools till Tuesday.
Los Angeles: Actor Joaquin Phoenix felt “a little embarrassed” by his diva behaviour on the sets of “Joker”. During an interview with host Jimmy Kimmel, the actor was surprised by an outtake from his movie “Joker”, sent over to Kimmel’s show by director Todd Phillips. The video showed an annoyed Phoenix sniping at the film’s cinematographer Lawrence Sher. Clad in his Joker get-up (green hair, clown make-up), Phoenix is seen telling Sher to stop distracting him. “The constant whispering,” he said in the clip. “Just shut the f**k up, dude. I’m trying to find something real.” In response, Sher calls him Cher, poking fun at his diva-like behaviour, reports eonline.com. Also Read – ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ has James Cameron’s fingerprints all over it: Arnold Schwarzenegger “It’s not even an insult,” Phoenix said of the new nickname. “Cher, really? She’s a singer, actor, dancer, fashion icon. How is that a f**king insult?” He then proceeded to storm off set and away from the camera. After the short video wrapped, the actor was visibly flustered. “This is so embarrassing,” Phoenix told Kimmel. “Sometimes movies get intense because you’re a lot of people in a small space and you’re trying to find something, so it can feel intense.” “That was supposed to be private,” he continued. “I’m a little embarrassed, I’m sorry about that. I’m sorry you guys had to see that.”
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