About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Milivojevic full of pride leading Crystal Palace to win at Man Cityby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCrystal Palace captain Luka Milivojevic was delighted with victory at Manchester City on Saturday.The Serb scored from the spot for the shock 3-2 win.”This result is very special, I am very proud and after the last game against Leicester at home we went on and got the win today. To be honest, you try to do something but you don’t expect a lot from these kind of games but when you score three goals here you can say you deserved to win,” said Milivojevic as he heaped praise on the second Palace goal, an excellent strike from 30 yards out by Andros Townsend.“It was an amazing goal, one of the best I have seen in my career whilst I have been out on the pitch playing in a game”. Milivojevic missed a spot-kick against City 12 months ago in a home draw but he made no mistake in front of the 800 Palace fans inside the stadium.He also told cpfc.co.uk: “I was not nervous, I decided where I wanted to place the ball and I think that goal was massive because that going in gave us more confidence for the second half, Let’s say they possibly gave up a little bit after that goal but then they score late on which put a lot of pressure on us. It wasn’t an easy game but as I say we are all so proud of this victory and we now know the next game is massive for us. (against Cardiff City) I want to thank our fans and I think they deserved this victory.”
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Ohio State Scarlet and Gray DaysUpdate: We’ve got another Scarlet and Gray Days preview to show you. This one features Braxton Miller, wide receiver. Like what you see, @OhioStAthletics fans? Don’t miss “Scarlet & Gray Days” at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. #InsideOSU http://t.co/CYarPB7qKE— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) August 18, 2015Earlier: The Ohio State football program is the subject of a new Big Ten Network show that’s focusing on the Buckeyes’ 2015 training camp. The show, Scarlet and Gray Days, is set to debut Wednesday at 7 p.m. E.T. on BTN. Thanks to Land Grant Holy Land, we’ve gotten a sneak peek at one of the scenes from the first show. In this scene, Urban Meyer is addressing his players. “We will not go into Game 1 in Blacksburg, Va., not nine strong,” he says. Urban Meyer: “We will not go into Game 1 in Blacksburg, VA not ‘nine strong’ … That’s absolutely not negotiable.” http://t.co/y39urFk7T6— Land-Grant Holy Land (@Landgrant33) August 17, 2015Ready for the fall, Buckeye fans? Ohio State opens its season Sept. 7 against Virginia Tech at 8 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised on ESPN.
SchefterVirtually every year during the NFL Draft process, a few high-profile prospects fail drug tests from February’s combine. That is, until 2016. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, not one player tested positive at this year’s event in Indianapolis, something that is almost unprecedented.For the first time in recent memory, NFL has notified all 32 teams that no player tested positive at February combine, per league sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 25, 2016No matter where you fall on the subject of recreational drug use, most would hope that a player can avoid failing a test that they know is coming at the combine. Almost every draft class has a few players fail and see their stock suffer, so congratulations to the class of 2016 for bucking that trend.
Triple platinum artist Waka Flocka Flame will amalgamate with Wallace Gator Bradley and his United In Peace, INC. to host an anti-violence concert in Chicago.The anti-violence concert will be held the first week of June, at an undisclosed venue. The United In Peace INC’s concert purpose is to help spread the message about the senseless shootings and murders that have taken place in Chicago.Waka Flocka – like many other recording artists – has chosen to be vocal about stopping the violence in Chicago.“Senseless acts of violence is happening all over the world but it starts with us acknowledging the acts know. Chicago is the first but not the last for me,” said Waka Flocka.Despite the negativity surrounding Waka Flocka’s participation in such a cause, he remains humble and continues to interact with his fans.Wallace Gator Bradley states, “To GOD be the GLORY, for touching Waka’s heart and allowing him to reach out and working with me (Wallace Gator Bradley, President) and Noble – Ameer Ali, Executive Director of United In Peace, Inc, in our efforts to turn the tide on Senseless Shootings and Killing across America in general but in the African-American communities in particular, especially Chicago.”All proceeds from the anti-violence concert will be given to the United In Peace, INC. Waka is tremendously appreciative for the opportunity given and will continue to fight for non-violence in Chicago. The ultimate goal is to tour the 4 high schools (Phillips, Du Sable, Fenger and Harper), Chicago State University in Chicago and Washington Elementary School in Riverdale Illinois.Find out more here.
OTTAWA – Canada’s Privacy Commissioner office says it has prioritized an examination into the massive Equifax data hack to ensure that Canadians are protected against future risks.In a posting on its website, it says it plans to work with data protection authorities in Canada and elsewhere to find out what went wrong.It says it has asked the credit monitoring company to tell Canadians as soon as possible if their information was stolen and to adopt measures to help them.Equifax said last Thursday a security breach occurred over the summer resulting in the private information of up to 143 million people in the United States being compromised, along with certain Canadian and U.K. residents.In a posting on the Canadian part of its website, Equifax says it is “working night and day to assess what happened.”It says the data breach is “contained,” and the Canadian breach may have involved names, addresses and social insurance numbers.Equifax says “only a limited number of Canadians may have been affected.”It says a dedicated website and call centre set up last week won’t help Canadians because it uses U.S. social security numbers, without offering an alternative. The Privacy Commissioner suggested Canadians can call Equifax at 1-866-828-5961 (English service) or 1-877-323-2598 (French service).Equifax discovered the hack July 29, but waited until Thursday to warn consumers.An Ontario resident has started a proposed class action on behalf of Canadians who may have been affected by the hack.The proposed class action includes all residents of Canada whose information was stored on Equifax databases and was accessed without authorization between May 1, 2017 and Aug. 1, 2017.The statement of claim alleges Equifax breached its contract with class members as well as their privacy rights, was negligent in handling their information, and breached provincial privacy statutes.Allegations in the statement of claim have not been proven in court.In the United States, the theft included consumers’ names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, driver’s licence numbers.
“Yes, there is more to do. There is always, always going to be more to do. I think we’ve demonstrated really good capacity to move in the right direction.”However short of expectations Trudeau has fallen, there is still something of a celebrity aura about him. At Hamilton’s Labour Day parade, a small group of vocal protesters grabbed the spotlight but, for the most part, paradegoers seemed thrilled to see the prime minister, flocking to him for a chance to shake his hand and pose for selfies.“This is my first time seeing Trudeau and I’m kind of dazed. Whoa,” gushed one young woman to a friend.“I don’t vote on it but he does have far nicer hair than I do,” joked a more dispassionate, balding man. “I’m envious.”Trudeau insists he’s committed to the sunny way of doing politics: appealing to Canadians’ better angels, eschewing the politics of fear and division that he accuses the Conservatives of practising.That said, he defines the sunny approach to politics narrowly: it doesn’t mean he won’t have “sharp disagreements” with his opponents. He’ll just avoid what he considers personal attacks.Reminding voters that Scheer has long opposed abortion, voted in the past against same-sex marriage and has never marched in a Pride parade does not, in Trudeau’s mind, constitute a personal attack — notwithstanding Scheer’s pledge that a Conservative government would not reopen either issue.“You’re right, we shouldn’t be overly critical about what someone’s faith or personal beliefs are,” says Trudeau.“But if they have implications for how he would govern, I think it’s absolutely right for Canadians to be asking questions and for us to be highlighting that, in my mind anyway, a leader is someone who stands up for people, he doesn’t just reluctantly obey the law.”Like Scheer, Trudeau is a practising Catholic. “My faith informs the person I am in my own values, in my approach and my desire for service,” he says. “But I disagree with the Catholic Church’s teachings on women’s rights and on the rights of the LGBTQ2 community.”He became the first prime minister to join Pride parades, celebrating people who have faced treatment that he says “is almost the embodiment of what discrimination is.” And he sees that as a vitally important part of the job.“This is a community that was told explicitly or in subtle ways that they should be ashamed of who they were, of who they loved, that they should hide in the closet … So that is where, when a prime minister walks in Pride, you’re saying, ‘No, this is something to celebrate, this is who you are, don’t let anyone tell you you should be ashamed.’”It’s a message, he adds, that’s important not just for the LGBTQ2 community but for all minority communities “who’ve been marginalized, who’ve been ignored, overlooked or pushed aside.”But asked about his biggest regret from the past four years, he chooses his inability to prevent the global forces of polarization from seeping into Canada. He muses that “perhaps some of the things we do challenging people on LGBT rights or diversity in immigration or feminism has created backlashes that I wonder if I could have been just as strong in standing up for what is right and what I deeply believe in without making it a source of polarization or making it a place where other people could choose to polarize.”He cites “the mild resurgence of a separatist movement in Alberta” as another example of polarization that worries him. He never expected conservative Albertans to love him, he says, but he did hope he’d at least get credit for trying to help, including by spending $4.5 billion to push a major pipeline project forward.As for his proudest achievement, Trudeau chooses the single, means-tested, tax-free Canada Child Benefit — a measure he boasts has lifted 300,000 children out of poverty and has made a tangible difference to families struggling to make ends meet.Like Trudeau himself, his own children — Xavier, 11, Ella-Grace 10, and Hadrien, 5 — have never faced deprivation. But they do have different challenges, among them coping with insulting things said about their dad. Trudeau says he and Sophie are trying to raise them the way his late father, Pierre Trudeau, raised him: “Nothing (critics) say actually gets to define who I am and nothing anyone says about you gets to define who you are and you just have to build a strong core yourself.”They’re also trying to impress on them that being born into privilege carries a responsibility “to do right by the chances and opportunities given to you and make sense of your role in the universe by making a positive difference in the world around you.”Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau likes to warm up for an uphill election contest by literally climbing uphill.In the 2015 campaign, as he attempted to vault his third-place party into the lead, the Liberal leader took time out to tackle the Grouse Grind, the gruelling 2.9-kilometre trail up the steep face of a mountain overlooking Vancouver.He managed to scale “Mother Nature’s StairMaster” in 54 minutes and 55 seconds, well under the average 90 minutes. He left some sweating reporters, photographers and assorted followers in his dust — and did the same a few weeks later to his older rivals Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair on election day. Late last month, on the cusp of a campaign for a second term, Trudeau managed to shave two minutes off his 2015 time, even with pauses for selfies with other hikers.“I was (thinking), OK, I’m four years older, I’m four years into this job, let’s make sure I’m still in shape’ and I managed to cut two minutes off my time, which means I may be a little older but I’m not that much older,” he said with a grin a few days later, during an interview in a Hamilton coffee shop after participating in protest-interrupted Labour Day festivities.This time, at 47, he’s the oldest leader of any of the three traditional parties. And he’s hauling political baggage with him.“When you’re running for the first time, people get to project all their hopes and dreams onto an individual and I was honoured to carry those hopes and dreams,” Trudeau says now.But inevitably, Trudeau has not lived up to those expectations, some of them encouraged by his own soaring rhetoric and ambitious platform promises in 2015.He’s disappointed some by abandoning his promise to change Canada’s first-past-the-post electoral system, others by reneging on a promise to run modest deficits for a couple of years before balancing the federal books. Environmentalists complain he’s not done enough to combat climate change, while for others he’s done too much, hobbling Alberta’s oil industry and slapping a carbon tax on consumers. He’s faced accusations that his agenda of reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples is more talk than action. He’s been ridiculed for playing dress-up during an ill-fated trip to India last year. He’s been found to have violated the ethics code for parliamentarians, twice. Two prominent cabinet ministers resigned over the SNC-Lavalin affair.As a result, Trudeau’s Liberals are entering this campaign roughly tied in national popular support with Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives — slightly ahead or slightly behind, depending on the poll — with neither party positioned to win a majority.Trudeau is hoping Canadians will conclude that he’s at least taking the country in the right direction.“I’m not going to make any apologies for being very ambitious about what we wanted to do (in 2015),” he says, insisting that his government has delivered “massive things” on the environment, support for the middle class, Indigenous reconciliation and international trade.
London: The UK has secured a short delay to the March 29 Brexit deadline after the European Union (EU) leaders reluctantly agreed to offer embattled Prime Minister Theresa May time until May 22 to get the divorce deal through another House of Commons vote next week. If the agreement, already defeated twice over the controversial Irish backstop clause, fails to clear the UK Parliament for a third time, the EU has set April 12 as the deadline for Britain to make up its mind on the next move. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USWhile the EU’s latest offer reduces the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit by the March 29 deadline, the UK could still leave without a deal if Prime Minister May fails to get the backing for her deal from MPs by April 12. The UK government will still have a choice of a deal, no-deal, a long extension or revoking Article 50, said Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, soon after EU leaders agreed to May’s plea for a short extension to the Brexit deadline at an ongoing council meeting in Brussels. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls”April 12 is a key date in terms of the UK wondering whether to hold European Parliament elections. If it has not decided to do so by then the option of a long extension will immediately become impossible, said Tusk, on behalf of all EU member-countries. If May’s deal fails to clear the Parliament hurdle yet again next week, the UK would be expected to table its no-deal plans for crashing out of the 28-member economic bloc by April 12 or accept a longer extension to the Article 50 mechanism and contest the European Parliament elections scheduled for May 23. “I hope that we can all agree we are now at the moment of decision. And I will make every effort to ensure that we are able to leave with a deal and move our country forward,” May said, adding that Britain’s MPs now had a clear choice . She, however, did not repeat her vehement opposition to the prospect of a longer extension to Article 50, which is likely to come with many strings attached from Brussels. In return for even more time for Brexit, should Britain go down that route, the EU will demand that the UK holds a general election or a second referendum. A longer extension on offer is believed to run until December 31 this year or beyond. The BBC quoting Downing Street sources said that an agreement with the EU to extend the Brexit deadline would be a piece of international law and would take precedence even if Parliament rejected it.
Mumbai: Jet Airways’ stocks jumped over 17 per cent on Monday, but settled nearly 13 per cent higher at Rs 254.50 per share after Naresh Goyal quit the board and the ailing Jet said it will get an “immediate funding support” of Rs 1,500 crore from the lenders. The stock jumped 12.69 per cent to close at Rs 254.50 on the BSE. During the day, it rose sharply by 17.77 per cent to Rs 266. On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), shares zoomed 15.46 per cent to close at Rs 261 apiece. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalOn the traded volume front, 33.60 lakh shares were traded on the BSE and over 4 crore shares on the NSE during the day. “Two nominees of promoter Naresh Goyal and Anita Goyal, and a nominee of Etihad Airways Public Joint Stock Companies (PJSC) to step down from the Board. Additionally, Naresh Goyal to also cease to be the Chairman of the Company,” said the company in a statement. “Jet Airways rose on reports that the current promoter Naresh Goyal and his wife quit the board under pressure from the lenders. This will pave the way for the lenders to look for change of hands and in the meanwhile infuse capital to ensure that the Airlines continues to run,” said Deepak Jasani of HDFC Securities. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost”The board also approved the issue of 11.4 crore equity shares to the lenders upon conversion of Re 1 of the outstanding debt.” The decision was taken at the airline’s board meeting held in Mumbai Monday. While the airline made an official announcement about the board’s decisions after the markets closed, reports have been doing the rounds since morning that Goyal would be stepping down from the board. The company urgently needed funding to maintain whatever was left of its market shares, as the airline pilots and crew were said to be approaching other airlines for employment. The airline’s pilots along with engineers and other highly critical segment of employees have not been paid salaries from January 1, sources said, adding only 12.5 per cent of December pay was given. Abu Dhabi-based Etihad is a strategic partner with 24 per cent stake in Jet Airways. Jet Airways, which has been operating for more than 25 years, is grappling with financial crunch and is also looking to raise fresh funds. The airline has suspended operations on at least 14 international routes till the end of April and over 80 planes are on the ground. As many as 54 aircraft have been grounded due to non-payment of lease rentals.
Ghaziabad: Ghaziabad police have arrested a wanted criminal who was involved in around 150 cases of theft and robbery of mobile phone and chain in Delhi-NCR region, said police officials. Cops added that the arrest was made by a team of Indirapuram police station.According to police, the accused has been identified as Arbaaz (28), a native of Usmanpur area in Delhi. “Police have recovered 10 mobile phones of different brands, one country made pistol along with few cases of live ammunition, a stolen motorcycle from the possession of accused,” said a senior police officer. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderCops said that the arrest was made on Wednesday morning from EDM mall in Kaushambi area of Ghaziabad. “Acting on a tip-off, the arrest was made from near EDM mall of Ghaziabad. During sustained interrogations, the accused confessed to have committed over 150 robberies and theft along with his accomplices,” said Aparna Gautam, Circle Officer of Indirapuram. The officer further said that the gang was active since 2015 and were involved in several robbery and chain snatching incidents. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings”The gang used to target people especially in the dark and rob them at gunpoint. Most of the robberies and chain snatching incidents were committed near the posh residential areas of Ghaziabad including Indirapuram, Vaishali, Mohan Nagar road and Kaushambi area. They also open fire on the people if they try to resist the robbery attempt,” added Gautam. Police are now trying to interrogate the accused further to trace other gang members as well.
KOLKATA: The decomposed body of an elderly woman was found from a flat at Chanchal Sarani in Survey Park on Sunday afternoon. It is suspected that the woman had died at least 3 to 4 days ago.According to sources, on Sunday morning, Partha Sarathi Guha experienced a foul smell emanating from his flat. Later, he realised that the smell was coming from the residence of his neighbour Monika Chakraborty’s (60) flat. Immediately, he informed the Survey Park police station. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaPolice repeatedly knocked on Chakraborty’s door but since no one responded they broke open the door and saw the woman had died while she was sitting on the floor. When they touched her, she fell down. Outwardly there was no decay in her body but her internal organs had decomposed which created the foul smell. A source informed that her husband Saradindu Chakraborty has expired in August 2012. Since then she lived in the flat alone. Her son Sukarna lives in Jadavpur. It is said he used to visit her frequently but in the past couple of months he visited her fewer times. Police came to know that Chakraborty was suffering from various ailments. Probe is on to detect if there is any foul play in the incident. Sleuths are waiting for the autopsy report to know the cause and time of death.