Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt has lost in the pre-quarterfinals of the 66 kilograms category at the London Olympics. He was outclassed by reignnig world champion Besik Kudukhov of Russia 3-0. Yogeshwar will now keep his fingers crossed for his conquerer to reach the final as it will give him a chance to fight for the bronze medal in the repechage ronuds. Earlier, Yogeshwar had qualified for the men’s 60kg pre-quarterfinals by beating Bulgarian Anatolie Ilarionovitch Guidea in the first round.The Indian made a brilliant comeback after losing the first period to win the bout 3-1. Guidea won the first period 1-0 but Yogeshwar did well in the second period, bagging it 2-0. Yogeshwar then completely dominated the third and the final period to win it 5-2.
The World Twenty20 encounter between India and Pakistan at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata saw 22 million interactions between 8.2 million unique Facebook users showcasing support for their teams.Saturday’s most mentioned cricketers on Facebook were India’s Virat Kohli and Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi, and from women’s match were India’s Mithali Raj and Pakistan’s Sana Mir, the social networking giant said on Sunday. (ICC World Twenty20: Massive rift in Pakistan team after defeat vs India) Over 10 Indian celebrities — including Priyanka Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan and Shraddha Kapoor — added profile frames to their ‘profile pictures’ supporting Team India.With a tagline saying ‘Go Team India’ on her profile frame, actress Priyanka Chopra wrote: “I’ve arrived a little late to this party… blame it on my endless days and different time zones! But I’m super excited to support team India at the ICC World Twenty 2016.”Indian great Sachin Tendulkar, who posted on Facebook and Instagram a selfie with a celebrating crowd in the background, wrote, “Great Win Team India!! Thank you for the innings and gesture Virat Kohli! Team India returning to the dressing room after the game, waved to me. Felt like I never left the team….”Another selfie featuring actors Amitabh and Abhishek Bachchan with the caption, “Bachchan boyz in da house!!! Let’s do this India!!”, was posted while the father-son duo was on its way to Kolkata to watch the match.There were also several profile picture changes and messages posted on Facebook by the Pakistan teammembers as well.advertisementFacebook Live was widely used for live streaming match content.
England manager Roy Hodgson has said he is prepared to remain in the job after Euro 2016 but will not be ‘begging’ for a new deal.Hodgson’s contract expires after the tournament in France and Football Association chairman Greg Dyke indicated last week that the 68-year-old may have to lead the team to the semi-finals to guarantee staying on.”I’m not begging for the job. I am prepared to carry on,” Hodgson told British media ahead of Monday’s last-16 match against Iceland in Nice. “It is different to wanting it. I’m prepared to carry on if the FA want me to. (EURO FULL COVERAGE)”If they don’t want me to, then my contract will have run out and that is how it will be.”I believe in the team I am working with and believe the team is showing such potential that it will go on to do good things and if the FA want me to continue with me looking after them, I will be happy to do so.”England reached the last 16 after finishing second to Wales, who have already reached the quarter-finals, in Group B.They beat Wales 2-1 but draws against Russia and Slovakia left them in what turned out to be a much tougher half of the draw. They have scored three goals from their three games to date.If they beat Iceland, their next opponents will be either hosts France or Ireland.World champions Germany are also in that half of the draw, along with holders Spain and Italy.advertisementHodgson’s decision to make six changes for the final group game against Slovakia, which ended goalless, drew some criticism although FA chief executive Martin Glenn denied that he and Dyke had any problems with Hodgson’s decisions.”He has our full support, he has been a great manager and I think we are going to do great things in this tournament,” said Glenn.Asked about the criticism of his tactics, Hodgson indicated that it came from the media rather than from within the England hierarchy.”The FA will make the decision on what they want to do,” he said. “One hopes they will do it on their thinking and their observations and judgement and analysis on what is happening with the national team and not because some journalist has written something contrary to that.”
Never one to shy away from making his preferences known, Leander Paes once again stirred the hornets’ nest after his gritty four sets loss with Saketh Myneni to Olympic doubles champions Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Marc Lopez in the World group play-off Davis Cup tie.After the Indian duo gave a good account of themselves in their very first professional match together, Paes indicated he wants to pair up with Myneni in future Davis Cups.”I really enjoyed playing with Saketh today. He is a natural ad court player and we combined really well. Ours is a very natural partnership. He has my back and he knows I have his. The way we played in our very first match against the Olympics gold winners, imagine what we can do if we play few more matches together. Saketh is my 108th partner. I know personalities. We don’t really have to try. We communicate very well. I hope I get my record of most doubles wins in Davis Cup with Saketh,” Paes said.It is not a secret that Paes and current traditional doubles partner in Davis Cup, Rohan Bopanna don’t get along well together. Bopanna didn’t even want to partner Paes at the Rio Olympics and the two failed miserably. Not just that, an ugly controversy broke off before they even took to the court in Rio with charges of Paes being unduly late to join the team. In the backdrop of the London Games selection fiasco, suffice to say there is no love lost between the two.advertisementPAES EYEING 8TH OLYMPICS?Interestingly, Bopanna had withdrawn from this tie due to an injury and now Paes has openly suggested he would rather partner with Myneni for the upcoming ties. Not just Davis Cup, Paes even hinted that 18-months down the line and for the next Olympics in 2020, this is a partnership they could look at.”I have always believed that selection is the selectors job, but the way we played and interacted with each other is very natural. It will be blind not to see that kind of magic,” Paes added.MYNENI NOT TOO KEEN ON PLAYING DOUBLESMyneni agreed, “We had a blast on the court today. We could not get the win given we played against two legends but in the future as much as we can play together would be great for me.” Paes made an offer to Myneni to play with him on the ATP Tour whenever he feels ready. While Myneni diplomatically said he wants to keep singles as his priority for a few more years, he said it would be an honour for him to play with Paes eventually.”It’s a blessing for me to get such an offer. I have to get my singles rankings up in order to get into the doubles draw with Leander in big events. So it just goes to show that I have to push myself even more. I have always learnt a lot being with the Davis Cup team with the likes of Leander,” Myneni said.
Tamim Iqbal continued with his rich vein of form to smash another match-winning century as Bangladesh defeated West Indies by 18 runs in the third and final one day international to win the series 2-1 on Saturday.Tamim, who scored a hundred in the first ODI, hit 103 off 124 balls to help Bangladesh post 301/1. Mahmudullah too played an important knock of 67 off 49 deliveries while captain Mashrafe Mortaza scored a quick 25-ball 36 towards the end of Bangladesh innings.After a good start by openers Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis, the West Indies run rate slowed in the middle overs. Despite a fillip by Rovman Powell of 74 off 41 balls, the home side still fell short on 283/6.After being crushed in the Test series, Bangladesh won the ODI series, its first away from home in nine years.MATCH SCORECARDTamim was quiet in the Tests but loud in the ODIs, where he scored 130 not out in the first and 54 in the second. He raised his 11th ODI century in the 38th over with a single to long off and was out in the next over when a mistimed slog dropped at square leg.He hit two sixes and seven boundaries.His innings allowed Mahmudullah and captain Mashrafe Mortaza to take a swipe at West Indies. Mortaza hit 36 off 25 balls, and Mahmudullah powered Bangladesh past 250 and 300 for their highest ODI score against the West Indies.It was ominous. The team batting second hasn’t won in this series.The West Indies failed to chase down 279 in the first ODI, but defended 271 by three runs in the second.advertisementGayle laid a foundation with 73, including five sixes, and Powell tried his best in the death overs. But the middle overs were clogged with too many dot balls, and the home side paid the price.The three-match Twenty20 series starts on the same Warner Park on Tuesday.(With inputs from AP)
Corinthians Ronaldo congratulates Corinthians on seventh Brazilian title Sacha Pisani Last updated 1 year ago 11:50 11/16/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Alexandre Schneider Corinthians Serie A Corinthians v Fluminense Fluminense The club secured the 2017 title with three matches remaining thanks to a 3-1 win over rivals Fluminense in Sao Paulo on Wednesday Brazil great Ronaldo congratulated Corinthians after his former club clinched their seventh Campeonato Brasileiro championship on Wednesday.Corinthians secured the 2017 title with three matches remaining thanks to a 3-1 win over rivals Fluminense in Sao Paulo.Brazil 11/2 joint-favs for World Cup 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 Former Brazil and Manchester City striker Jo scored twice in the second half, while Jadson also netted as hosts Corinthians moved third on the all-time list of title winners behind Santos (eight) and Palmeiras (nine). Fluminense – languishing in 14th position – took a second-minute lead via Henrique but two goals in three minutes from Jo turned the match on its head.#Hep7aDeRespeito pic.twitter.com/SnFmYxYsHv — Corinthians (@Corinthians) November 16, 2017 Substitute Jadson made sure of the result with five minutes remaining, earning praise from two-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo, who claimed two trophies during his two-year spell at Arena Corinthians.Corinthians will now get a three-match victory lap of sorts, with games against Flamengo, Atletico Mineiro and Sport Recife left on the schedule.
zoomIllustration. Source: Flickr – under the CC BY 2.0 license; Image by: Kees Torn The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has called on the Transport Canada to ban foreign-crew from undertaking lashing work while vessels are underway in the Saint Lawrence river.The move comes on the back of an incident, that occurred on May 19, which took the life of a seafarer. Namely, the Sri Lankan second officer fell overboard the Maersk containership Patras in the morning hours. Despite an extensive search and rescue operation his body has not yet been recovered, ITF said.Investigations undertaken by Transport Canada and the ITF indicate that the man fell overboard whilst lashing, and crew claim that he was the only crew member not wearing fall protection.“Early reports indicated that this incident occurred while dropping a pilot ladder, however after speaking to the crew and investigating further, we’ve determined that’s not the case. This seafarer was handling a 4-meter lashing bar, almost half his weight, when he fell overboard,” Peter Lahay, ITF Canadian coordinator, said.“We will await the finding of official inquiry but from our initial investigations there are serious questions about crew fatigue and the safety procedures on board that need to be answered.”The ITF further said that it invited Maersk to join the global union federation in calling on Transport Canada and the Port of Montreal to ensure that lashing is done by qualified dockers.
LONGUEUIL, Que. – A little more than half of the 20,000 cases of beer stolen last month near Montreal have been recovered thanks to a tip, Longueuil police said Wednesday.Police said 11,000 cases of Grolsch were recovered in a warehouse in a borough in southwestern Montreal.The beer was reported stolen from a warehouse south of Montreal on March 12.Three trucks, which were packed with the beer, dried beef and Jack Link’s brand pepperoni, were later found abandoned and empty.The goods were valued at about $500,000.Police said a tip from the public led them to a warehouse on Tuesday afternoon where they found the 11,000 cases.Two people were arrested, but it wasn’t immediately clear whether charges would be laid.The dried meats were not recovered.A spokesman said the investigation is ongoing.
NEW DELHI: A week before the Lok Sabha election in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday took the poll battle to unite the trader community of Delhi. “You have always voted for the BJP but this time I will urge traders to be with us and I promise that I will fight for your causes in every possible way. Modi’s nationalism is fake and do not fall in this trap again” said CM Kejriwal.A large number of Delhi voters belong to the trader community and this has always been a strong voter base of the BJP. However, from the ground reports due to the effect of sealing drive, the community faced troubles with their business. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesThe BJP, which used to be traders’ party, has “broken the backbone” of the community, he alleged, adding thousands of notices are being sent to traders and all this is being done with the intention of “extorting” money from them. “The Modi government has unleashed ‘tax terrorism’ on traders,” CM Kejriwal said. “The policies of the Modi government have ruined traders. In a single stroke, demonetisation brought endless miseries to traders. When the traders’ community had barely recovered from this rude shock, the Modi government hastily brought in the GST, which nobody could understand since it was implemented without any proper planning,” he alleged. After note ban, the next jolt came in the form of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) which led to the closure of many shops and factories, causing loss of numerous jobs and heaped miseries on traders, the AAP leader claimed, adding under the Modi government, the traders’ community is feeling “orphaned”. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: Javadekar”I want to appeal to the traders of Delhi that so far you were with Modi, what did you get? Now build a relationship with Kejriwal, he will honour the relationship with you till his last breath,” he said. Referring to the violence in Mayapuri on April 13, Kejriwal claimed that the AAP intervened and stopped sealing drive. “Give all the seven Lok Sabha seats (of Delhi) to us, I will ensure that there is no sealing in the national capital. You (traders) strengthen our hands, we will ensure justice,” he said. Around 14 officials were injured after clashes broke out between the security personnel and scrap dealers during the sealing drive in Mayapuri on April 13.
FREEPORT, Maine – L.L. Bean is moving to cut costs by freezing pensions and offering voluntary early retirements, and company officials say they are taking a hard look at its generous shipping and return policies.The Freeport-based outdoors retailer will freeze its defined-benefit pension plan and boost its 401(k) savings contributions to all 5,000 workers, including 1,000 out-of-state store employees who were not previously eligible for the full pension, company officials said.It’s part of a broader look at all aspects of the business, company officials said, which could lead to changes that affect shoppers.L.L. Bean currently offers free shipping on everything, and its “satisfaction” guarantee is so liberal that it’s led to abuse of the return policy. Company officials said they will have more to say later this year about shipping and efforts to combat fraudulent returns.The privately held company expects to reduce its workforce by about 500 workers — about 10 per cent — through early retirement incentives, said CEO Steve Smith. Other employment changes include more flexible time off, paid parental leave and paid eldercare support, benefits employees have been seeking, he said.The employment changes were announced by Smith in a memo and in meetings with workers Thursday.The changes, which go into effect next year, were in the works before Smith’s arrival as CEO last year and unwanted publicity surrounding board member Linda Bean’s campaign donations, officials said.Chairman Shawn Gorman, great-grandson of founder L.L. Bean, said such decisions “weigh heavily” on the family-owned business. But he said they’re necessary for the company to remain competitive.“Without a healthy core business, it’s really hard to satisfy any of the stakeholders,” he told The Associated Press. “So the move is designed to get us to a more competitive and modern benefits package that allowed us to be sustainable for the foreseeable future.”The pension move is no big surprise in a challenging retail environment. L.L. Bean’s sales were flat in 2015, and growth for the five years before that was slow.Nationwide, the private sector has been eliminating pensions. In 2015, about one-fifth of Fortune 500 companies offered a traditional or hybrid defined benefit plan to new hires, down from 60 per cent in 1998, according to business consulting firm Willis Towers Watson .Smith said the goal is to return L.L. Bean to the strong growth levels the company experienced in the 1980s and 1990s.“As long as your expenses are growing faster than your sales, then you’re not able to invest in growth,” Smith said. “What we’re focused on is getting to where we’re back in growth mode.” by David Sharp, The Associated Press Posted Feb 9, 2017 12:09 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 9, 2017 at 3:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email As L.L. Bean cuts costs, liberal returns policy could change FILE – In this Dec. 14, 2011, file photo, Eric Rego stitches boots in the facility where LL Bean boots are assembled in Brunswick, Maine. L.L. Bean will freeze its pensions and offer an early retirement program next year as it seeks to control growing expenses. Steve Smith, the Maine-based retailer’s CEO, is making the announcement in a memo and in meetings with workers on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. (AP Photo/Pat Wellenbach, File)
Brock student Darcy Belanger will be sharing his experience as a Sixties Scoop adoptee at the next Moccasin Talk on Tuesday, May 22 in Niagara-on-the-Lake.The event will feature perspectives from two different nations on the impact of the Sixties Scoop, with Belanger and Joshua Stribbell each sharing their personal journeys.A member of Little Black River Reserve Southeast Manitoba, Belanger is of Ojibwe descent. At just two years old he was removed from his family and adopted into a non-Indigenous home.Belanger will speak about the trauma that Sixties Scoop adoptees live with, including his personal experience with addictions, mental health issues, multiple suicide attempts, homelessness and incarceration. For the Bachelor of Education in Aboriginal Adult Education student, who is graduating June 6, it’s important to help people understand the trauma and challenges experienced by adoptees like him and those who went through foster care.Belanger gives back to the community in many ways, including as Vice-President of the Niagara Regional Native Centre, a council member of the Three Fires Community Justice Program and a member of the Niagara Regional Pow Wow committee. He will be joined at the Moccasin Talk by Stribbell, who was born and raised in Keswick, Ont., and grew up an urban Inuit male. His family is from Iqaluit, Nunavut. He is President of the National Urban Inuit Youth Council and a youth representative for the Toronto Inuit Association. Stribbell also guides Torontomuit, an organization for Inuit youth in the Greater Toronto Area.The Moccasin Talks series was launched in 2017 by the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library with a grant from the Ignite the Spirit of Education Foundation (ISEF). ISEF Vice-President Michele-Elise Burnett is Co-Chair of Brock’s Aboriginal Educational Council and a member of the University’s Board of Trustees.The series aims to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action by exploring the relationship between Canadian society and Indigenous peoples.The Moccasin Talk takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library. Visit notlpubliclibrary.org for more information and to register for the event.
But a company insider told The Sunday Times that Mr Doherty left the restaurant voluntarily while the investigation took place and that his new role had nothing to do with limiting his contact with staff.Yesterday, Dave Ahern, the gourmet chef who founded the brand Gastro Punk, said while not condoning the alleged actions, Mr Doherty had been through a tough time, citing a divorce.Mr Doherty did not respond directly to requests from The Telegraph for comment, but a statement from Urban Inns, which runs the gastropub, said: “We take allegations of misconduct in any form very seriously and we used an independent HR company to thoroughly investigate some suggestions of inappropriate communications.”Urban Inns has acted, and continues to do so, on these recommendations, following which Dan returned to work.” A BBC celebrity chef was allegedly forced to leave his own restaurant temporarily over claims that he sexually harassed female staff.Dan Doherty, a judge on BBC One’s Britain’s Best Home Cook with Mary Berry, left his gastropub The Royal Oak in Marylebone, central London, for a month in November after allegations surfaced that he sexually harassed a female staff member, asking her for oral sex.Mr Doherty was also alleged to have told workers that he wanted to see them “without their kitchen whites on”, according to The Sunday Times.Last night the BBC said it was in talks with Mr Doherty, 33, as a result of the allegations but refused to comment when The Telegraph asked if his role in the show would be under review.In a statement, Mr Doherty said: “I would never intentionally make offensive comments to anyone I work with, female or male. I have apologised to the whole team for any offence I may have inadvertently caused. It would never be my intention.” Dan Doherty was a judge on BBC One’s Britain’s Best Home Cook with Mary BerryCredit:BBC screengrab 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. An external company investigated Mr Doherty, a former head chef at the London restaurant The Duck and Waffle. He later returned to work but as executive chef – meaning he would have less contact with staff but retained control of the menu.
With all the talk of Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) lately, and its exclusivity for tablets, it’s easy to forget that the 2.X line will continue for smartphones. The latest handsets ship with Android 2.3, but Android 2.4 is only a couple of months away according to manufacturer Viewsonic.Talking to Pocket-lint, the company stated that Android 2.4 will arrive in April and it will ship on Viewsonic’s forthcoming ViewPad 4 smartphone. As to why 2.4 is shipping so soon: it’s all to do with compatibility with Honeycomb-specific apps.AdChoices广告Honeycomb tablets will have dual-core processors and therefore Android 3.0 has to support such chips and apps utilizing both cores. But Android 2.3 and previous versions don’t have such support, so 2.4 is being rushed out to plug that hole. What it means is the Android apps meant for use on a tablet device will run on single-core smartphone processors as long as they are loaded with Android 2.4.What will confuse consumers is that 2.4 will still be classed as Gingerbread which is the name already given to 2.3. The thinking being that 2.4 will quickly replace 2.3 and it’s what 2.3 should have been.So Android 2.4 should be effectively classed as a hotfix for 2.3. As for Ice Cream, there’s suggestions that it’s actually Android 3.1.Read more at Pocket-lintMatthew’s OpinionThis could get confusing fast. It looks as though Android 2.4 is what you want if considering buying a new smartphone in the next couple of months. Otherwise you won’t be able to use some apps meant for Honeycomb on your smartphone. However, to get 2.4 you will have to wait until after April.The big question this throws up is how easy will the upgrade from 2.3 to 2.4 be? Will vendors drag their feet releasing the update to 2.3 users? We suspect the Nexus S will get it quickly, but any new 2.3 smartphones releasing through March and April probably won’t.This news isn’t confirmed by Google, but with the ViewPad 4 expected to arrive at some point in the next few months and shipping with 2.4, it does seem likely to happen.
Volunia : la bêta est disponibleLa bêta du moteur de recherche censé révolutionner le domaine est désormais accessible. Après une inscription sur le site de Volunia, ce dernier vous ouvre ses pages et ses fonctions. Alors évolution ou révolution ?Après une fracassante apparition, des mois d’attente, puis un teaser démontrant que ses ambitions était restées intactes, Volunia est enfin disponible, du moins sa bêta. Le moteur de recherche, créé par l’un des fondateurs de l’HyperSearch de Google, peut-il détrôner le roi du domaine ?Sa version de démonstration le ferait pencher vers une affirmation positive ! D’apparence plutôt simpliste, il intègre des options tout à fait originales, qui dépoussièrent le genre.La RechercheUne barre de recherche, avec des occurrences à entrer. Pas de nouveautés à ce niveau-là. Recherche de termes, d’images, de vidéos, d’informations et…de personnes ou de documents s’y rattachant ! Car quand on entre sur Volunia et que l’on se connecte sur son compte, on peut partager des recherches, des informations avec son entourage (également inscrit), ou simplement discuter en effectuant ses demandes sur le moteur. On peut également lier son compte avec les réseaux sociaux les plus populaires. C’est ce qui s’appelle de la recherche…Participative !Quand le site est trouvé, deux petites icônes apparaissent sur le côté gauche, pour voir d’un seul coup d’oeil si vos amis regardent un site ainsi qu’une petite mappemonde, représentant la sitemap de la page recherchée.La SitemapEn cliquant sur la mappemonde ou en la choisissant dès le début des recherches à la page principale de Volunia, les sites n’apparaissent plus en page Web classique, mais comme de petits villages reliés entre eux : rubriques, articles les plus consultés, entrées contextuelles…Déconcertant, mais rafraîchissant !Classés par ordre d’occurrences et d’importances, les structures peuvent se voir affublées de petit “plus” ou de moins qui, une fois cliqués, font continuer la visite sur le thème sélectionné ou au contraire, revenir à la page ou à la carte précédente. À force d’usages, ce qui apparaissait comme ludique devient naturel. Une réussite !Le partage des ressourcesDe la barre de recherche à l’arrivée sur une page en passant par la représentation par cartes des sites, la navigation s’effectue à partir d’une fenêtre unique, comme un poste de pilotage personnel, relié à un compte individuel.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?D’autres personnes, situés par une bulle ou dans un espace de dialogue situé sur la droite de la page, sont directement accessible, afin de partager des informations, des flus, ou de discuter. Cette espace de convivialité, à gérer à la façon d’un Skype, peut aussi être une mine d’information et de partage des ressources, au niveau personnel ou professionnel. La recherche à deux ou plusieurs au sein d’un même groupe est possible avec une facilité déconcertante.Chaque profil de membre est visible et personnalisable, et l’on peut discuter directement ou contacter de façon plus classique chaque personne. On peut également élaborer une liste d’amis afin de créer des groupes de discussions privés ou publics tout en recherchant ses informations sur la Toile, en les partageant, à loisir.Ce premier jet de Volunia mêle innovation, fraîcheur du contenu et efficacité dans la recherche Web. Des termes significatifs dans le domaine ! Sans hésitation Oui, Volunia pourra, s’il continue dans la même voie, devenir une excellente alternative à Google. Quant à savoir s’il le détrônera, seul l’avenir le dira.Le 6 juin 2012 à 12:01 • Maxime Lambert
Gone are the days where the motorists paid Rs 2,000 fine if caught in drunk driving. As per the new rule, the drunk drivers have to shell out Rs 10,000 while those without licence should pay Rs 5,000. This will come into effect from September 1. The state government has enhanced the fines up to 10 times under the Motor Vehicle Act which was amended recently. According to the new act, the vehiclists will be imposed fine of Rs 10,000 if fails to give way for emergency services. However, motorists and auto unions complained that the higher fines would lead to more corruption while some said that it may increase discipline among the motorists.
Some 50 Bangladeshi workers representing 270 victims lodged a police report and held a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. — Photo: New Straits TimesA company is believed to have cheated 270 Bangadeshi workers of more than RM2 million and taken their passports, reports New Straits Times.The workers had reportedly approached the company to help them find jobs and apply to the immigration department’s rehiring programme for work permits.Some 50 Bangladeshi workers representing the 270 victims lodged a police report and held a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday, said the newspaper.The Bangladesh workers were said to have asked the authorities to take action against the company and retrieve their passports.One of the victims, Mohamad Alagir, was quoted to have said that most of them started dealing with the company in March last year.He was said to have alleged that the company had asked them to hand over their passports and RM8,000 per head for the application.“The company promised to help us look for jobs and apply for a working permit from the immigration department. However, it is more than a year now and nothing has happened.”According to New Straits Times, Alagir said he and his friends from Johor, Kelantan, Pahang, Selangor, Perak, Penang, Melaka and Negri Sembilan had lodged police reports and filed complaints with the Bangladesh high commission.He told the media that they were living in fear because they did not have their passports and that the company had refused to return their passports.The newspaper quoted another victim, Imran Haz Uzzal, as saying that most of them had worked in Malaysia for more than five years and had entered the country legally through other agents.He was quoted to have said that they started having problems when they approached a company in Bandar Baru Bangi to help them get jobs and renew their working permits.“We hope the authorities will intervene and help us.”
Treat yourself with some exotic food brought to you by The Imperial this month. Enjoy a lavish Sunday brunch at 1911 with 7 Wonders of the World, featuring specialties from the regions of seven wonders across the globe on 17, 24 and 31 August. Nostalgia at 1911 Brasserie presents Coffee, Chocolate and Cognac from 21 to 31 August. It gives you relaxing cup of coffee, finest cognacs and flavoured white and dark chocolates that calls for an unrivalled dining experience. To top it all superb wine list accompanied by sinful deserts is designed to cast a spell, making your evening with us an affair to remember. Daneill’s Tavern host the Home Style Food from 25 August to 7 September. Savour comforting recipes to summon memories of cosy meals at home with family. The Chefs have put together some all time favourite home-style specialties this season that will surely remind you of your grandma’s kitchen. So hurry up and book your table.
Kolkata: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will announce the results of Madhyamik examination 2018 on Wednesday. The results will be declared in a Press conference at the Board office in Salt Lake at 9 am. A senior official of WBBSE informed that the results can be accessed from as many as eleven websites, including www.webresults.in/wbbse.org, examresults.net/wb, westbengal.indiaresults and exametc.com, from 10 am onwards. Apart from this, candidates can also type WB 10, followed by their roll number and send it to 54242 or 5888 to receive their marks.It may be mentioned that a total of 11,21,921 candidates had appeared for Madhyamik examination this year, which is 31,075 higher than 2017. Among the examinees, 6,21,366 were girls, while 4,81,555 were boys. There were 2,811 centres in which the examination was held from 12 to 21 March.The results are being declared within 77 days of the completion of the examination.
GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Adam Rippon has finally met Sally Field’s son – here are the detailsSam Greisman on what went down when he met Adam RipponThis is how Adam Rippon responded to Sally Field playing matchmakerRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/sally-field-son-sorry-adam-rippon/ Rippon preparing to begin his short program. | Photo: YouTubeOver the weekend, Field texted her son Sam Greisman that Rippon is ‘insanely pretty’. She added her son should ‘find a way’.Greisman tweeted the text to exchange… which Field subsequently quote re-tweeted and tagged Rippon. Her son’s response? ‘Yikes.’It was a perfect mom moment that quickly went viral and everyone began cheering for Sam and Adam — as well as Field being mom goals.Just some really helpful advice from my mom on how to deal with my Olympic crush. pic.twitter.com/shYCXwNOMf— sam greisman (@SAMGREIS) February 17, 2018What everyone wanted to know, though, was Rippon’s reaction.When the skater stopped by BuzzFeed, they asked him about the matchmaking moment.First he screamed. Then he had to admire her sheer courage. ‘She bold,’ he said, clearly delighted.But then he turned his attention to Sam and sweetly added: ‘Sam, your mom — I admire her. And I’m sure one day we’re going to meet! So thanks, mom.’Field also told BuzzFeed that she needs to ‘bud out now … but I would like to see Adam in the family’.This may be the greatest romance to ever possibly bloom on the Olympic stage and we’re rooting for them.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Mother’s certainly like to do what is best for their children, and Sally tried to matchmake her son to Rippon – but left the poor chap embarrassed in the process.Now, 30-year-old filmmaker Sam has apparently sent Rippon, 28, a direct message on Twitter, following the figure skater’s reaction to the tweet.Sally Field is the best wing-mom everIn his message he apologized for ‘his mom embarrassingly trying to set them up,’ an Olympic insider told The New York Post’s Page Six on Tuesday.The publication also revealed that the Bronze-medal winning Olympic hero said that he would not rule out a meeting with Griesman.‘I’m sure one day we’re going to meet,’ he reportedly said. Happy days!Adam Rippon is ‘insanely pretty’ Sally Field and her son, Sam Greisman Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Actor Sally Field’s son Sam Greisman has apologized to Adam Rippon after his mum revealed that he had a crush on the Olympic star.