NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (AP) — With the country’s most one-sided World Cup victory, England advanced to the last 16 with a game by spare.Harry Kane scored a hat trick in Sunday’s 6-1 rout of Panama, giving England its biggest victory margin at the World Cup in its highest-scoring game since 1966.That previous high-scoring affair turned out well, too, with England beating Germany 4-2 to win its only World Cup title.Four years ago, England failed to win a match at the World Cup and was eliminated in the group stage.On Sunday, England was taking on a weaker team: A Panama side making its World Cup debut. The loss eliminated Panama and Tunisia, while putting Belgium into the round of 16.Kane’s three goals moved him into the lead with five at this year’s tournament, one more than Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku after two games.John Stones headed in two goals and Jesse Lingard curled in another to ensure England goes into its Group G finale against Belgium level on points and with the same goal difference.England’s Jesse Lingard reacts as he celebrates with teammate England’s Raheem Sterling, left, after scoring his team’s third goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)In Russia, England has been trying to cast aside the negativity of the past while remolding the image of the team on and off the field. Even locals were supporting the team in Nizhny Novgorod, despite the bitter diplomatic relations between Russia and Britain.The egos who dominated in England’s celebrity-obsessed, underperforming Golden Generation in the first decade of century have gone. The joy and togetherness in the squad — the second-youngest in Russia — becomes clear in the goal celebrations.Where past England teams might have wilted in warm temperatures, this one pressed with high-tempo intensity to ensure there was no need to scrape a victory like on Monday against Tunisia.England picked up where it left off in Volgograd, with a corner from Kieran Trippier headed into the net in the eighth minute. It wasn’t Kane on the end this time but Stones, who was left unmarked to score his first international goal.Kane didn’t have to wait long to add to his tally, converting from the penalty spot in the 22nd after Lingard was brought down by Fidel Escobar.Lingard did get on the scoresheet in the 36th with the pick of the goals. The Manchester United forward played a 1-2 with Ashley Young and exchanged passes with Raheem Sterling before shifting the ball across and bending it into the top corner.England players run to teammate John Stones after he scored his team’s first goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)The fourth goal was the culmination of a well-worked free kick with Sterling’s close-range header parried by goalkeeper Jaime Penedo. Stones was primed to follow-up, giving the defender his second.However much they tried, Panama struggled to block England’s route to goal. Anibal Gody resorted to trying to wrestle Kane to the ground, only to concede a penalty that was converted by the Tottenham striker.England was merciless. At 5-0, the job was complete by halftime.Chasing the golden boot, Kane relied on his heel to complete his hat trick by getting the faintest of touches to divert Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s shot into the net.England could afford to ease up and preserve energy but it cost the team first place on goal difference. Felipe Baloy slid to meet Ricardo Avila’s free kick and score Panama’s first World Cup goal.Panama, beaten by Belgium 3-0 in the opening game, finally had something to celebrate, briefly.KEY TO SUCCESSEngland had spells of sloppy defending that could be punished by stronger teams, like Belgium. But by taking their chances and exploiting a porous defense, England showed what it is capable of.GROUP DYNAMICSThe winner of the England-Belgium match on Thursday in Kaliningrad will win Group G. In the event of a draw, it could come down to which team has fewer yellow cards.—By ROB HARRIS , AP Global Soccer WriterEngland’s Harry Kane celebrates after he scored his side’s second goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)TweetPinShare0 Shares
India’s World Cup winner Madan Lal feels that Ramesh Powar’s contract as the coach of the Indian women’s cricket team should have been extended and whatever decisions were taken during the tournament, it should not have bloated into such a huge controversy.Madan Lal felt that taking tough decisions in the interest of the team and players is a part of a coach’s job and Mithali should concentrate on her game instead of engaging into such mud-slinging.The entire controversy started with Mithali Raj being dropped from India’s playing XI in the all-important World T20 semi-final against England. The decision raised a lot of eyebrows following which Annisha Gupta, who has handled a few of Mithali’s contracts, threw harsh words at Harmanpreet Kaur on Twitter.Upon coming back to India, Mithali wrote a letter to BCCI accusing Powar of humiliating her and ignoring her while she alleged Committee of Administrators (CoA) member Diana Edulji used her position to harm her.On the other hand, Powar hit back saying Mithali put her personal interests before the team’s requirements and said that Mithali had threatened to retire midway through the tournament after being denied the opening slot.Powar’s interim contract with Board of Council for Cricket in India (BCCI) ended on November 30. The same day BCCI advertised for the post of Indian women’s coach fuelling speculations that the Board is looking to replace Powar after Mithali criticism of him.Responding to this, Madan Lal said it is better to place dummies instead of coaches who take a stand. He added that constantly shuffling coaches is not in the interest of the teams and this sends a bad signal. The former Indian men’s team coach felt that having a coach for a longer duration works better for the stability of teams and players.advertisement”If you keep removing coaches, it would be better to keep a dummy, who listens and acts according to the players. Coach is part of the team and takes decisions which should be abided by the team. The coach [Powar] also wanted to win only and the captain [Harmanpreet Kaur] was also part of it. Why was Powar alone targeted? Selectors are also part of the decision. It was unnecessary to remove Powar. Like this, the game won’t move ahead,” Madan Lal told ANI.Madan Lal was also unconvinced by Mithali’s allegations and backed Powar. Citing examples from the men’s team, he said: “If tomorrow Ravi Shastri makes someone sit out, will you remove him as well? Things do not work like this. They [coaches] too are under pressure. Performance is kept in mind, you do not make someone sit out randomly. I believe in performance, so the board should analyse.”Speaking on the mudslinging, e-mails to BCCI and emotional rants, Madan Lal said: “No one is bigger than the game. Was there any guarantee that the Indian team would have reached final if Mithali Raj was in the playing XI? This is a team game, not an individual game. I always believe that the captain and the coach have the supreme authority. They had taken the decision after looking at the condition.”Once we start making the player bigger than the game, then these kinds of controversies arise. It is the call of the coach and captain. Sometimes, I do believe that an experienced player [Mithali] should have played but they [coach and captain] must have taken the decision with prior thinking and analysis. So, sometimes the decision is good, sometimes the decision back fires,”Madan Lal said.When questioned about Mithali’s letter demanding justice from the Indian board, Madan Lal said: “If she has written it then let the board decide.”When pressed on Powar’s tour report, the cricketer said, “Whatever the report they give, the board has to look into. I don’t think there should be any controversy the way they are coming out in the media. Like this, you cannot build the team. You have to trust the coach and the captain. If they are not doing well, then selectors can come in and take the decision.”Powar had on Wednesday said that Mithali’s lack of intent to score quickly in practice games prompted them to open with Taniya Bhatia. “It’s not always about individual milestones, it’s always about team strategies and executions,” Powar had written.Madan Lal agreed with Powar’s explanation and said that considering the format of the game, players who can score faster in the powerplay are preferred.”This is not a 50-over match, it is T20. If you waste 6-7 overs, then your team is already under pressure. I will go by the captain and the coach. Whatever decision they had taken must be in terms of the team, and there was the selector also. Sometimes in sports, you have to take a hard decision, which is in terms of the team only. Powar is not Mithali’s enemy, the player should think how can she adjust in the T20 game and how can she perform better.advertisement”I also do agree that she is an experienced player and should have played but looking at the condition, I will go with the coach, the captain and the selectors. They simply took a decision. Now that they have lost, a controversy has built up. If there are any differences between Powar and Mithali, the board has to sort it out. Sitting here I cannot comment about Mithali or Powar’s attitude,” he added.”Team players have to look and make sure how to survive and grow. The decision [taken during World T20] can be wrong or could have been right. Had they won [the semi-final against England], people would have said the decision was good. Things don’t work like this. The controversy should not have arisen,” Madan Lal concluded.(With ANI inputs)Also Read | My patriotism doubted, darkest day of my life: Mithali reacts after Powar’s allegationsAlso Read | Will Mithali Raj retire from T20Is after World T20 fiasco in West Indies?Also Read | Ganguly relates to Mithali’s omission from World T20 semi-final: ‘Welcome to the group’Also Watch | Sunil Gavaskar speaks out on Mithali Raj’s controversial World T20 omission
Oklahoma State rolled over UTSA on Saturday afternoon in Boone Pickens Stadium. I bailed early after posting my 10 thoughts to show Mrs. Pistols a night on the town down here in Dallas so I’m just now catching up on some of the postgame quotes. Kyle Boone, by the way, did a great job wrapping everything up from the 69-14 blowout.Here are the six best from the game.Mike Gundy on why the run game worked“They played their safeties a little deeper than the teams we played in the first couple of games, and that allowed us a little more running room on certain plays. We still have a lot of improvement in that area, but I think that we made some movement in the right direction.”Mike Gundy on UTSA“It doesn’t always work that way, but I still believe this was the best team we have played up to this point. I go back to Central Michigan, and I think their quarterback was really, really good. From top to bottom, though, if you look at UTSA, they look like a real team. Their guys are the same size as a lot of the players in our league. They have good skill. They recruit in the state of Texas, and they’ve got a lot of players down there. I think this was the best team and we were able to jump on them.”Mike Gundy on how OSU looks going into the Big 12“Well, I feel better than I did during the first couple of weeks. We were able to execute today, and that gets me back to forcing turnovers. When you force turnovers, it just makes such a difference, especially at home.”Glenn Spencer on sharks (maybe)“It’s been a while since we’ve had a day like that. I’ve been laboring and sweating it out. I’ve been stressing for us to cause them and for us to get them was one of those exhale moments. Hopefully those things are contagious and hopefully that keeps some blood in the water and it’ll make them crave it more. So we’ll just keep attacking like we always have.”Glenn Spencer on his squad forcing seven TOs“They kept coming after the coach. ‘Coach that’s three.’ ‘Coach that’s four.’ ‘Coach that’s five.’ I said ‘I know, I’m watching the game too.’ But it’s important to them, and they know how bad we all wanted them, so I was proud of them there.”Larry Coker on his team“Not a lot of good today from the Roadrunners … we were just a bad football team today. That’s about all I can say.”If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!
Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Read more Share via Email features Reuse this content Share on Twitter Georginio WijnaldumKept it simple and tidy in a more defensive role than he was given against Napoli in midweek. Effective 7FabinhoJustified his inclusion over Henderson. Destructive and creative. Lovely ball for Mané’s opener 8Naby KeïtaA big game for the £52.75m signing. Drove his team forward but lacked the final ball 6Mohamed SalahMore combative than clinical as focal point of attack. Often crowded out by three centre-halves 7Roberto FirminoAggressive, creative, tireless. Prospered behind Salah to give his best display in a long time 8Sadio ManéCaused United all manner of problems on their right flank and took his goal superbly 8Subs Xherdan Shaqiri (for Naby Keïta 70) 8 Jordan Henderson (for Sadio Mané 83) 6Manchester UnitedDavid de GeaPoor with his feet but handling impressive. Fine save from Firmino before being beaten by two deflections 6Matteo DarmianHad scant protection from Dalot in the first half and was ineffective for first two Liverpool goals. 6Eric BaillyLate replacement for Smalling and imposed himself quickly on Salah. Unlucky with Shaqiri’s second 6Victor LindelöfRecovered from an early mistake to lead the rearguard action but a thankless task against this team 7Diogo DalotThe full-back was handed an awkward role on the right of midfield and was lost in it 5Ander HerreraLightweight in the tackle and careless on the few occasions he had time on the ball to build an attack 5Nemanja MaticEmployed to protect his defence but struggled in midfield. Offered nothing to his front line 6Ashley YoungOperated more as a full-back than a wing-back. Lost Mané for opener and deflected the second 6Jesse LingardCreated and took his goal well but that was a rare moment. Caught in no-man’s land positionally 7Marcus RashfordAnonymous, though not his fault. Body language betrayed misery of playing for this Mourinho team 5Romelu LukakuCompleted one pass in the first half and was just as ineffective in the second. Contained so easily 5 Subs Marouane Fellaini (for Dalot h-t) 6 Anthony Martial (for Herrera 79) 5 Juan Mata (for Lingard 85) n/a Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Liverpool Topics Manchester United Liverpool AlissonGifted United hope with his first punished mistake at Anfield. Unemployed otherwise 6Nathaniel ClyneUnsurprisingly short of match fitness on his first league start since May but contained Rashford all game 7 Dejan LovrenUnited’s system gave him a comfortable run-out. Missed a good chance to double the lead 7 Virgil van DijkNudged Lukaku aside in the opening minute and bossed their physical duel. One of his easier shifts 7Andy RobertsonHad the beating of Dalot in defence and attack, prompting the youngster’s half-time withdrawal 8 Premier League Liverpool back on top after Shaqiri double floors Manchester United Share on Pinterest
KAT SkillsMinnesota Timberwolves rookie sensation Karl-Anthony Towns just captured the Taco Bell Skills Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto. The mega-talented big man knocked off a point guard (Boston’s Isaiah Thomas) in the finals. He took down fellow Kentucky Wildcat Boogie Cousins and Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green in order to reach the last round. After his win, Towns was mobbed by the other UK players in attendance. Karl-Anthony Towns beats Isaiah Thomas in the Skills Challenge pic.twitter.com/UGoJhvD5Nm— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) February 14, 2016Man I love the NBA! Best All-star weekend there is haha! Karl Anthony Towns! https://t.co/yVs1EahHeB— Per Sources Sports (@PerSources14) February 14, 2016Keep in mind, this was the first year that front-court players participated in this event. Previously, it had been a guards-only affair. Yup, Towns is really, really good.
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Tuesday directed the probe agencies under the central department of revenue to “come down heavily” on those who indulge in using black money and illegal inducements to vitiate the ongoing poll process.The EC also asked the CBDT to furnish to it a full report by Wednesday on the raids conducted by Income Tax Department on close aides of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath and others in four states on Sunday. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsUnion Revenue Secretary A B Pandey and CBDT chairman P C Mody Tuesday morning met Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora and Election Commissioners Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra, after the poll panel sought a meeting on a recent directive to the revenue department for a fair and impartial conduct of operations by agencies under its command, such as the I-T Department, ED and Customs and DRI. Official sources said the two officials briefed the EC on the intelligence inputs it is receiving during the election season and the mechanism to execute surprise checks and raids in case the inputs are “credible”. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayThe Delhi investigation wing received a similar input about “large-scale collection, possession and movement of unaccounted assets” from Madhya Pradesh to Delhi and hence the raids happened, the officials told the EC according to the sources. It is likely that the tax department will in the coming days slap criminal charges for possessing illegal foreign assets and benami properties against the accused based on the document found during the raids. As voluminous data, in the form of papers, diaries and hard drives, have been seized and are being processed, the CBDT was taking time to present a full report of the operation, they said. They added that the I-T Department has also grilled a few people and sending summons to a number of them to depose so that the probe can be taken forward.
LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May is making a last-minute push to win support for her European Union divorce deal, with attention focused on wooing Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party.The DUP’s 10 lawmakers are pivotal to May’s effort to overturn two overwhelming defeats in Parliament, because their support could influence hard-line members of May’s Conservative Party. Opposition has focused on the so-called backstop, designed to ensure there is no hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.But May suffered a setback Monday when former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson refused to support her deal.Johnson used his column in the Daily Telegraph to say that further changes are needed to the backstop, claiming it left the U.K. vulnerable to “an indefinite means of blackmail” by Brussels.The Associated Press
Up to 2003, the Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission, which has been negotiating how to implement the ruling, was funded entirely from extra-budgetary funds, he said in a letter to the Council president for August, Ambassador Kenzo Oshima of Japan. “During 2004-2005, the activities of the Commission were funded through the United Nations regular budget. Given the important tasks that remain at this crucial juncture in the work of the Commission, it is my intention to ask for additional resources from the regular budget for the Commission for 2006 to help advance the peaceful implementation of the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ),” Mr. Annan said.The demarcation, expected to last approximately 96 weeks, had been delayed and placing pillars along the formerly disputed boundary would most likely begin in 2006, he said.The two presidents asked UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to set up the Mixed Commission after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled in October 2002 that sovereignty rights over certain of the areas extending 1,600 kilometres from Lake Chad to the Bakassi Peninsula should go to Cameroon, while other areas should go to Nigeria. In its irrevocable judgement, the ICJ cited early 20th century agreements between the then colonial powers, the United Kingdom and Germany.Using a net allotment of just over $9 million from the UN regular budget for the 2004-2005 biennium, the Mixed Commission, meeting every two months until last October, was able to move the process smoothly and peacefully and maintain communication between the two countries, Mr. Annan said.Out of an estimated budget of $12 million for the demarcation of the land boundary, the Mixed Commission has been able to raise voluntary contributions of $8.15 million, with Cameroon and Nigeria contributing $3 million each, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland £1 million and the European Commission €400,000.
“Despite this setback, the international community cannot abandon the search for improvements in the difficult situation in Myanmar,” Mr. Annan said in a statement issued by his spokesman, just four days after he appealed directly to the head of State, Senior General Than Shwe, to release Ms. Suu Kyi, who has been under house arrest for 10 of the past 16 years. The authorities announced the extension a day after that. “He believes Myanmar’s leadership has missed a significant opportunity to confirm, through concrete actions, its expressed commitment to move toward true national reconciliation and all-inclusive democracy, as well as improved relations with the international community,” the statement added.It said Mr. Annan would continue not only to make every effort to secure the release of Ms. Suu Kyi and other political detainees, but also to urge the authorities to take other steps they discussed with Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Ibrahim Gambari during his recent visit to the country.These include improved safety and access for humanitarian assistance, restraint in military operations that have affected civilians, and – ultimately – the possibility of internal dialogue that could lead to national reconciliation.Speaking to reporters himself today, Mr. Annan said the UN would continue to work with the Association of Southeast Asian countries (ASEAN) and with Malaysia, which holds the Presidency of ASEAN and the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) “and we hope that other governments with influence will bring pressure to bear.” Last week Mr. Annan called Mr. Gambari’s visit, the first high-level contact in more than two years, a “welcome development.”“Obviously, lines of communication have now been opened with Yangon following Mr. Gambari’s visit and we hope to exploit those lines to move the process forward,” spokesman Stephane Dujarric said told reporters today. “From where we stand, we can’t give up and we have to keep trying.”
by Sandra Prusina Posted Aug 23, 2016 1:39 pm MDT Last Updated Aug 23, 2016 at 1:43 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email #ymm|Alberta|fort mcmurray|Joe Ceci|ymm fire The devastating Fort McMurray wildfire is expected to torch Alberta’s bottom line by about $500 million this year.Finance Minister Joe Ceci says he has had to revise the projected deficit upward in the first-quarter fiscal update to almost $11 billion from $10.4 billion.Ceci says the $500 million represents recovery costs and about $300 million in lost revenues because the disaster curtailed oil and forestry production in northern Alberta.The spring wildfire forced more than 80,000 people to flee for a month and destroyed more than 2,400 homes and buildings.Ceci says the fire, along with persistent low oil prices, will continue to depress Alberta’s fortunes this year, but things areexpected to improve in 2017. Fort McMurray wildfire adds $500M to Alberta’s projected deficit
Citing the Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee’s recently concluded Rural Livelihood Assessment, WFP Spokesperson Herve Verhoosel, said that the situation was likely to last from now until September with a further deterioration into December that will widen the impact to more than 4.7 million people. Moreover, WFP said that the hunger period will peak at the height of the lean season, from January through March 2020, when 59 per cent of rural households, or over 5.5 million people, will be food insecure. “Given the scale and scope of the food insecurity in Zimbabwe”, Mr. Verhoosel said “WFP is planning to scale up to assist over two million people” by the peak of the lean season during early next year. Until then, teams will continue providing food assistance to the most vulnerable populations, while also helping communities to build resilience to climate change and future shock impacts. Over the next nine months, he said that WFP urgently requires $173 million to meet these needs. The Committee is a consortium of government, UN agencies, non-governmental organizations and other international organizations, and the Rural Livelihood Assessment provides key information for government and development partners on rural livelihood programming in southern African nation. WFP plays a key role in contributing financially and technically to the assessment. Cyclones, drought push Mozambicans deep into food insecurity And apart from the deadly cyclones that hit both Mozambique and Zimbabwe earlier in the year, Mozambique’s population has also suffered a rise in food insecurity, fueled by other extreme weather events, Mr. Verhoosel said. In January, tropical storm Desmond flooded the central provinces of Sofala, Tete and Zambézia. And in March, Cyclone Idai destroyed unharvested crops. Six weeks later, Cyclone Kenneth slammed the province of Cabo Delgado in the north. Since that time the area has been suffering through irregular rainfall patterns and cereal crops have been hit by pest infestations. Assistance aims to reach 1.2 million people – 900,000 of whom live in areas affected by Idai, 100,000 in areas affected by Kenneth and 250,000 people in areas affected by the drought. Mr. Verhoosel referenced a WFP report pointing out that “1.6 million people already face acute food crisis” in 63 districts. The most recent revision of the Integrated Classification of Food Security Phase, highlights the “difficult situation” the country of more than 29 million inhabitants faces, until its next harvest. While WFP had initially planned from July to October to help some 560,000 people each month in areas affected by cyclones and droughts, the rising need has sparked the agency to scale that number to 1.25 million beneficiaries per month. Based on current needs, including the response to drought and Cyclones Idai and Kenneth, WFP requires $102 million over the next six months to implement its recovery plan. To provide adequate and timely assistance, “resources must now be mobilized” in response to increased needs”, warned Mr. Verhoosel.
A solicitor appointed to represent an elderly stroke victim has been thrown off the case by a judge furious that he failed to take steps to let the woman see her beloved pet dog.Solicitor Alan Cryne was removed from the case after his firm showed a “brutal and insensitive” attitude to his elderly client’s wish to be reunited with her dog Bobby.District judge Ranj Matharu also raised serious questions over Mr Cryne’s handling of the woman’s finances, after it emerged that £7,000 had been withdrawn from her back account, leaving her with a zero balance, and that her credit card was now in the red.Mr Cryne, an experienced family law solicitor, was appointed by the court in September last year to represent the financial interests of the Rochdale pensioner, known only as Mrs P, after she was placed in a care home by her local authority following a second stroke.The solicitor had argued that he was “well placed” to manage her property, because she had been “a long standing client” and his firm, Manchester-based Temperley Taylor, held her will.Mr Cryne’s appointment as Mrs P’s deputy by the court gave him the power to investigate her income, limit withdrawals on her accounts and even freeze them altogether.At the same time staff at Rochdale Borough Council and the NHS North, Central and South Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups drew up a care plan for Mrs P, who was described as someone who, before her recent ill health, had enjoyed a good quality of life, liked to feel glamorous and loved her dog.The care plan specified that she was suffering from weight loss and needed a gluten-free diet and new, better fitting clothes, which could be paid for out of her own funds. The court heard that the care plan also emphasised that she should have some form of contact with her dog, who was “the only living being with whom she shares any love or devotion”. The court also heard that Mrs P’s face “lights up” when she sees other dogs.Indeed Mrs P’s social worker, Joanne Webster, told the court: “I would recommend that of single most importance in her life is her dog and having some form of contact with her dog in the future if possible.”But when Mrs P’s carers wrote to Mr Cryne on June 6, asking him to provide £500 along with other funds to buy food and clothing for her, and bring Bobby to her, he failed to respond.It took four weeks for Mr Cryne’s firm to eventually answer a request for information from the Official Solicitor about Mrs P’s finances.It was at this point that it emerged that these were now in a dire state.Elspeth Winny, a barrister who visited Mrs P, reported back to the court in July that the pensioner “has no money, the bank account is empty, the credit card is in the red, the only asset is her house, and unable to trace pension”.It also emerged that Bobby had by now been re-homed with a new owner.Responding to the request by Rochdale council and the CCG that he should be taken to visit Mrs P, Temperley Taylor wrote:“In such a case we would say that possession of Bobby has passed to his new owner. . . in the absence of any factual information about Bobby, his owner or the home’s policy on animals, it would seem irresponsible in the extreme to suggest that a dog visit a care home for elderly and frail people.”Judge Matharu said he found those comments “brutal and insensitive”.He stated: “The court is particularly troubled about how Mrs P and the things she needs are to be provided for. What is known is that her wishes and her feelings before her second stroke were very clear.“She enjoyed a good quality of life, she loved her dog, likes to feel glamorous. Now she is wearing ill-fitting clothes and financially unable to pay to have her feminine needs attended to, such as having her hair and nails done.”Judge Matharu also expressed grave concern over what had happened to Mrs P’s finances.“In around October 2015 the money in her NatWest account was around £7,000. Now there is a nil balance. That is all the court is told. ‘Troubling’ is the term that I would use and this is an understatement,” he wrote in his judgment, published last week.The judge concluded that the only way Mrs P’s could be properly looked after was with the appointment of a new Deputy to replace Mr Cryne.“The care plan makes it clear what additional mattes need to be dealt with and these can only be dealt with by the appointment of a new deputy,” he stated.Mr Cryne’s removal from the case could result in a review of his action by the Solicitors Regulation Authority should any of the parties involved in the case issue a formal complaint about his behaviour.In a statement Temperley Taylor said: “We are a highly regarded firm of solicitors and have extensive experience of acting in this area of law. “We are unable to comment further as an appeal against this judgment is being actively considered and we are unable to prejudice this process.” The court is particularly troubled about how Mrs P and the things she needs are to be provided for.District judge Ranj Matharu Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? 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Metso, a global supplier of sustainable technology, has signed a multi-year service agreement, valued at more than €5 million, with AngloGold Ashanti’s Iduapriem mine in Tarkwa, Ghana. The contract includes the supply of maintenance management services and spare and wear parts for AngloGold Ashanti’s new crushing and screening plant delivered by Metso. Metso will also supply hands-on training for staff at the mine. Backed up by the company’s global service functions, an on-site team of six Metso service technicians will support operations at the crushing and screening plant, which has an annual output of 3.9 Mt. Metso says it is “committed to converting the agreement into a cost per tonne-based service over time.”AngloGold Ashanti is the world’s third largest gold producer. In addition to Iduapriem, the company operates five other mines in Western Africa. In 2008, gold production at the Iduapriem mine totalled 200,000 oz. Metso has worked closely with the company in Ghana for 10 years. Seth Quaye, Regional Manager, Western Africa, Mining business line said: “This agreement is a vindication of our strategy of expanding the range of services we offer in this region. It will leverage new services business by serving as a reference for our capabilities as a total solution provider.”
You know what’s a creepy phrase? “Mystery Missile.” It’strending on Google today, due to some video captured by a KCBS helicopter, aroundCatalina Island, roughly 35 miles off the coast of LosAngeles.The North American Aerospace Defense Command addressed thefootage, confirming its existence, but stating that it posed not threat, “Weare aware of the unexplained contrail reported off the coast of SouthernCalifornia yesterday evening,” organization wrote. “Wecan confirm that there is no indication of any threat to our nation and we willprovide more information as it becomes available.”AdChoices广告Well, that’s almost reassuring, right? Video after the jump.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Epirotic organisations of Melbourne will commemorate the 101st anniversary of the liberation of Ioannina and the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the autonomy of Northern Epirus, with a thanksgiving service at Axion Esti Monastery in Northcote on Sunday. The liberation of Ioannina, a multicultural city with a large Jewish and Muslim population, was the first major Greek success of the Balkan War. It is worth noting that the Greek army proceeded to liberate the whole of Northern Epirus where Greek populations were residing, entering its capital Argyrokastro on 3 March 1913, but geostrategic considerations at the time limited its endeavours.The liberation of Ioannina and all of Epirus on 21 February 1913 is commemorated with great ceremony in Greece and abroad, including Australia, every year. Epirotes form one of the oldest Greek migrant groups in Australia, with early records attesting their presence in this country since 1910. Most of the early Epirotes arrived here from Northern Epirus, forming their own distinct sub-group, while a large number of Epirotes from the rest of Epirus arrived in Melbourne and Sydney after the Second World War. The history of the community is particularly well documented owing to the efforts of the late Petros Petranis, who was the author of the book The Epirotes of Australia, published by LaTrobe University, in 2004.
Manolis Mavrommatis is holding a special Orthodox Easter Period exhibition.The artist will exhibit a sample of his work involving iconography both tradional and carved in wood. The exhibition will be held from 14 till end of May 2014 at at the hall of the Parish and Community of the Dormition of ” our Lady” 272 Millers Rd, Altona North, Victoria. For more information about this exhibition or about the art works, please call Manolis Mavrommatis on 0414153030. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
By Sulayman BahMohamed Badamosi will be the man to replace Yuspha Njie who four years ago was a Real de Banjul player.Njie signed a loan deal with an option to make it permanent with Portuguese Premiera Liga club Boavista.Badamosi, also a striker, Moroccan club FUS Rabat hopes, will be the man to fill the void created by the departure of Yususpha.A Charles Jow Memorial Academy graduate, Mohamed rose through Real’s ranks to morph into what he’s become today.The new signing will now stay at Rabat for 48 months, according to Senegalese club Olympique Ngor where the forward caught the Moroccan’s scouts.
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Now playing: Watch this: 1:38 2020 Kia Sportage grows up for the Chicago Auto Show Feb 8 • Ram’s Multifunction Tailgate adds a 60-40 split Chicago Auto Show 2019 Feb 9 • 2019 Ram 2500 HD gets accessorized with Mopar goodies Feb 8 • Ram’s Multifunction Tailgate can open like French doors Comments Enlarge ImageThe quirkily styled Kia Sportage is even more so for 2020. Andrew Krok/Roadshow Kia’s Sportage SUV is about due for a midcycle refresh, and nowhere do midcycle refreshes shine quite like the Chicago Auto Show.The Sportage has always been one of the more weirdly styled crossovers in the compact set, with its distinctively European nose. (If you told us this was a new Citroën, we might believe you.) For the 2020 model year, the Sportage gets new headlights, redesigned foglights, an updated front grille and tweaked taillights. LED headlights and foglights are available as options.Inside, the Sportage largely stays the course, with a nicely organized and well-appointed cabin. Kia says it’ll now offer Sofino leatherette seating surfaces, for whatever that’s worth, and all models benefit from an 8-inch touchscreen as standard equipment, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto built in. An 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard on all Sportage trims. Kia Perhaps the biggest update for the 2020 Sportage comes on the tech front, where a number of driver assistance technologies are now available. The optional goodies include a driver attention warning system, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go ability, forward collision assist with pedestrian detection and high-beam headlight assist. Inside, owners can opt for a wireless smartphone charging tray.Otherwise, it’s business as usual over in Sportageland, though a new S trim is added to the existing LX, EX and SX variants. Base models come with a 2.4-liter, naturally aspirated I4 engine with 181 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, while high-end Sportages are available with a 2.0-liter turbo engine, with a much healthier 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Every Sportage comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, and both front- and all-wheel drive are available.Following its debut at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show this week, the 2020 Sportage will hit Kia showrooms in “the first half of 2019,” according to the automaker’s statement. Pricing will be available closer to its on-sale date, and we don’t expect that to change too much, either. • 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value SUVs Crossovers 2 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Feb 8 • 2019 Chicago Auto Show recap: Big debuts from Mazda, Toyota, Subaru and more Share your voice See All Chicago Auto Show 2019 Kia Kia More From Roadshow reading • 2020 Kia Sportage debuts with updated styling and a lot more tech Tags
Cardi B to play a stripper in HustlersInstagramCardi B turns into a sexy stripper for Hustlers and we are left stunned with her avatar! The rapper, who will make her silver screen debut in Hustlers, showcased what she would look like in the film. Needless to say, it is quite raunchy!Going by the name Diamond, the former real-life pole dancer and reality star will play the role of a stripper in the upcoming film. As she took a mirror selfie of herself and posted it on Instagram, she captioned the look as, “Y’all ready for DIAMOND to come to a theatre near you this fall? HUSTLER MOVIE !” In the picture, you can see Cardi rocking a minuscule piece of strappy pink and blue thong bodysuit with strappy silver heels that wire around the length of her legs right up to her thighs. Clearly, she’s game for all the Hustlers madness. Check out her picture. Cardi B as Diamond for HustlersInstagramThe film also stars Jennifer Lopez, Lili Reinhart, Constance Wu and Julia Stiles in pivotal roles. In fact, on the day of JLo starting her shoot for the film, her beau, Alex Rodriguez took to Instagram to share his good wishes for the actress/singer. He wrote, “This beautiful woman starts shooting her movie tomorrow, “Hustlers.” I won’t play spoiler, but I can’t wait until you all see how she transforms herself into a completely different character!! She’s been working so hard lately. I’m glad we were able to enjoy a quick little break before she dives into this new project. Love you baby and continue to shine, fly high and inspire all of us. @jlo #hustlers” Alex Rodriguez’s post for Jennifer LopezInstagramHustlers is inspired from the 2015 New York Magazine article about a group of former strip club employees coming together to entice and trick their Wall Street clients, a story which went super viral. Makers of the film, STX, announced that they will be producing Hustlers back in March, this year. Apart from Lili and the others, the movie also stars Keke Palmer. They all play vengeful strippers in the film.