Falcao fires Monaco past Lille

first_imgLille 0 Monaco 4: Falcao hits double as champions romp to win Joe Wright Last updated 2 years ago 04:38 23/9/2017 radamel falcao - cropped Twitter @AS_Monaco Stevan Jovetic, Rachid Ghezzal and a Radamel Falcao double gave Monaco a 4-0 Ligue 1 win against Lille. Monaco drew level on points with Paris Saint-Germain at the top of Ligue 1 with a 4-0 victory over Lille on Friday.Radamel Falcao scored his 10th and 11th goals of the season alongside first strikes for the club for Stevan Jovetic and Rachid Ghezzal at Stade Pierre-Mauroy.The defeat will likely pile more pressure on Lille boss Marcelo Bielsa, who insisted this week he would not resign despite a run of six games without a win. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina 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 Monaco looked the more dangerous from the off despite allowing the home side the majority of possession and they fully deserved to take a 24th-minute lead, with Jovetic firing into the bottom-right corner from the edge of the area for his first goal in Ligue 1.Ghezzal, another arrival in a hectic transfer window, opened his account six minutes later as he arrived unmarked at the left-hand post to drill home a loose ball.1 – Rachid Ghezzal is the first Algerian player to score for Monaco in Ligue 1 since Moussa Saïb v Guingamp in October 2001. Fennec.— OptaJean (@OptaJean) September 22, 2017Lille heads had well and truly dropped, but Falcao made the points certain three minutes after half-time, heading in a rebound following Mike Maignan’s save from Rony Lopes.Fares Bahlouli at last forced Diego Benaglio into a save, but matters got worse for Lille moments later, with Falcao dispatching a penalty in confident style after Rominigue Kouame clipped the heels of Jorge in the box.The result moves the champions on to 18 points from seven matches, level with PSG, who take on Montpellier on Saturday.@FALCAO is the first player to reach 10 goals in Europe’s big 5 leagues. He did it in 11 attemps on target (22 total). Roar. pic.twitter.com/Wo3DQkSTpT— OptaJavier (@OptaJavier) September 22, 2017 read morelast_img read more

Sara Ali Khan in white crop top and yoga pants leaves Mumbai speechless. See pics

first_imgOther Galleries 12 images Thu, 24 Oct, 2019 Kiara Advani to Urvashi Rautela: Best and worst-dressed at award night 9 images Wed, 23 Oct, 2019 Kriti Sanon pairs smart denim jacket with neon green dress for Housefull 4 promotions. See pics 10 images Wed, 23 Oct, 2019 Sara Ali Khan is elegance personified in white dress at airport. See pics 10 images Tue, 22 Oct, 2019 Priyanka Chopra in satin red mini wrap-dress enjoys date night with Nick Jonas in NYCOther Photogallery CategoriesIndiaMoviesLifestyleTelevisionAdd new comment Your name * E-mail * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment *More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.647×363: 483×271: 370×208: 170×96: 88×50: Section: PhotoLifestyleLifestyleGallery Image: Image: Caption: Sara Ali Khan was recently spotted outside her dance class in Andheri, Mumbai.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Caption: The actress wore an attire that flaunted her enviable curves.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 1Image: Caption: The Simmba actress wore a powder blue coloured sports bra.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 2Image: Caption: Over her sports bra, the actress donned a plunging neckline white crop top.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 3Image: Caption: Sara flaunted her washboard abs in her crop top.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 4Image: Caption: She teamed her top with a pair of black and powder blue yoga pants.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 5Image: Caption: The 24-year-old completed her look with a pair of matching sneakers.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 6Image: Caption: She accessorised her look with her favourite transparent Mickey Mouse bag.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 7Image: Caption: Sara looked radiant in her all natural avatar without any makeup and pushed her hair back with a hair band.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 8Image: Caption: She is currently shooting for her film, Coolie No 1 with Varun Dhawan.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 9Tags: Sara Ali Khancelebrity fashionSource type: photogallerySocial media integration: Facebook Instant ArticlePhoto By: Yogen ShahShort description: Sara Ali Khan was recently spotted outside her dance class in Andheri, Mumbai. The actress wore a crop top and yoga pants for her session.Syndicate: YesPreview_unique_id: preview_5d651151342ef1566904657_1592212_editCommentContent Publish date: Tuesday, August 27, 2019 – 16:30Story Extra Data: eyJzZWN0aW9uIjpbIjEyMDY1NjciLCIxMjA4NTIxIl0sImNhdGVnb3J5IjpbIjEyMDg1ODkiXSwic3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX3N1Yl9jYXRlZ29yeSI6bnVsbCwicHJpbWFyeV9jYXRlZ29yeSI6IjEyMDY1NjcifQ==770×433: Short Headline: Sara Ali Khan in white crop top and yoga pants leaves Mumbai speechless. See picsApp headline: Sara Ali Khan in white crop top and yoga pants leaves Mumbai speechless. See pics1200x675:last_img read more

Traffic Advisory Pictou County

first_imgTraffic is restricted at Exit 24 on Highway 104 in Stellarton. Exit 24, eastbound traffic has no access toward New Glasgow north on Foord Street. Southbound traffic can access Foord Street. Traffic westbound at Exit 24 does not have access toward New Glasgow north on Foord Street. Southbound traffic can access Foord Street. An advisory will be issued when the street returns to full access. Local Office: 902-755-7060 -30-last_img

SDMC gears up to tackle water logging in monsoon season

first_imgNEW DELHI: SDMC Mayor Sunita Kangra discussed the issue of desilting and water logging in SDMC localities in a high level meeting attended by the E-n-C Engineering Department & other senior officers and representatives other 11 government agencies. Mayor stated that keeping in view the expected rainfall in this monsoon season all agencies will have to work in tandem and have to work extra to tackle the problem.The meeting, which was held on Friday evening, was attended by E-n-C & other officers and representatives of PWD, DDA, DJB, Railway, NHAI, New Delhi Municipal Council, I&FC, BSES, NTPC, DUSIB and DSIIDC. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkThe Mayor stated that every year citizens have to face problems due to water logging which results into longer traffic jams. It would be better if the agencies take proactive actions, work in tandem and avoid blame game, then it would become easy to avoid earlier situation. All traditional water logging points were discussed separately in the meeting. A few among them are Dhansa Road Najafgarh, Sangam Vihar, Lajpat Nagar under pass, Kushak Nallah, Sunhari Nallah, Mehrauli, Defence Colony, Papravat Village etc.last_img read more

TSX racks up further losses resource stocks decline amid falling commodities

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed lower Monday as energy stocks again sold off amid another plunge in oil prices and gold stocks fell sharply as bullion lost ground ahead of this week’s interest rate meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.The S&P/TSX composite index was down 25.91 points to 13,705.14.Falling commodities and a strengthening U.S. currency pushed the Canadian dollar to a fresh 5 1/2 year low, down 0.63 of a cent to 85.79 cents US.U.S. indexes also moved into the negative column with the Dow Jones industrials down 99.99 points to 17,180.84. The Nasdaq was 48.44 points lower at 4,605.16 and the S&P 500 index was off 12.7 points at 1,989.63.Energy companies have been the most visible targets of an equity market sell-off that gained momentum in late November after the OPEC cartel rejected calls to cut production in order to support prices that have dropped more than 40 per cent since midsummer amid a huge supply and demand imbalance.And there was pessimism this situation will change any time soon after Bloomberg quoted the oil minister of the United Arab Emirates as saying OPEC would stand by its decision to maintain production levels even if oil falls as low as US$40 a barrel and would wait at least three months before considering an emergency meeting.The energy sector, which had been up 20 per cent year to date in midsummer, is now down 30 per cent.Other sectors have also been hard hit as investors try to gauge the effect of sharply lower oil prices on the Canadian economy.But the news hasn’t been all bad. The consumer staples sector, for example, is up 35 per cent this year, partly because cheaper gasoline prices are leaving people with more discretionary income. And the consumer discretionary group, which includes auto parts manufacturers, has benefited from a falling Canadian dollar and is ahead 20 per cent.“The consumer segments are going to be obvious beneficiaries over time from the boost the consumer wallet gets from this,” said Craig Fehr, Canadian markets specialist at Edward Jones in St. Louis.“There will be other sectors that perhaps will benefit when you think about input costs, the industrials to a degree (such as airlines). All will benefit from lower energy costs as it relates to their bottom lines.”Meanwhile, early price support for crude also faded, with the January crude down $1.90 to US$55.91 a barrel after falling 12 per cent last week alone and the energy sector was off  1.5 per cent.Talisman Energy (TSX:TLM) was a major advancer with its stock ahead 93 cents or 18.45 per cent to $5.97 amid confirmation Monday that it is engaged in discussions with Spanish oil major Repsol regarding a potential transaction. Repsol said separately that its board will discuss a potential bid for 100 per cent of Talisman.Commodities were also pressured by a U.S. dollar which strengthened ahead of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate announcement on Wednesday. Rates are expected to start rising sometime in 2015 but the timing is unclear. The Fed has committed to keeping short term rates ultra-low “for a considerable period of time” for several years and markets will look to see if there is any change in that wording.The gold sector fell 6.8 per cent with February bullion down $14.80 to US$1,207.70 an ounce. March copper fell six cents to US$2.88 a pound and the base metals component declined 1.4 per cent.Non-resource sectors provided some buoyancy to the TSX with consumer staples up 1.35 per cent, while the consumer discretionary group climbed 1.17 per cent and industrials rose 0.7  per cent. read more

National survey shows education key development issue in East Timor UN reports

A poll of more than 500 villages throughout East Timor in late January – encompassing 35,000 people – showed that 70 per cent cited education as the most important issue to be tackled by the nascent country, followed by health (49 per cent), agriculture (32 per cent) and the economy (30 per cent). One in five people said roads (22 per cent) were a key challenge, while 18 per cent noted poverty, 16 per cent named water, and 12 per cent said electricity. “No other nation on the verge of its independence has had the wisdom or faith in its people to ask these questions,” said independence leader Xanana Gusmão, who as head of the Consultative Commission for the Civil Society on Development turned over the preliminary results to Chief Minister Marí Alkatiri. “No other nation has consulted the people so widely and so systematically. This is something unique that we all, as East Timorese, should be proud of,” he added. Meanwhile, members of East Timor’s Constituent Assembly today discussed five different draft versions of the preamble to the territory’s first constitution, in anticipation of signing the document into law later this week. The drafts, presented by various political parties represented in the Assembly, will next be synthesised by the body’s Systemization and Harmonization Committee into one single preamble that will be voted on by the plenary. This morning and yesterday the Assembly considered and then rejected a number of amendments to the draft. Those proposing the changes claimed that the Committee ignored certain critical issues raised by the public during a weeklong district public consultation process. read more

Human rights must not be sacrificed in fight against terror Annan tells

Speaking before the UN Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, the Secretary-General reiterated the notion that countries not only had the right, but also the duty, to shield their citizens from the threats posed by terrorism. “But States must also take the greatest care to ensure that counter-terrorism does not, any more than sovereignty, become an all-embracing concept that is used to cloak, or justify, violations of human rights,” Mr. Annan stressed. Justice must be both “the means and the end” in the struggle against terrorism, the Secretary-General told the Commission, which he said was meeting in one of the most important sessions it has ever held, given the events since the 11 September attacks and the current “desperate situation” in the Middle East. “Mass murderers must no longer go unpunished, whether they are terrorists, warlords or dictators,” he said, welcoming yesterday’s historic milestone of the 60th ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC). That event will enable the treaty to enter into force on 1 July and the Court to become operational by next year. Rather than detract from or undermine the responsibility of States to prosecute and punish war crimes committed by their citizens or within their jurisdiction, the Court will give countries a strong incentive to improve their standards, the Secretary-General said, since it will only have jurisdiction where the State is either unable or unwilling to proceed. “It is a well-known principle that justice must not only be done, but also be clearly seen to be done,” Mr. Annan said. “When criminals are punished, no fair-minded person should be in doubt of the justice of either conviction or sentence.” The Secretary-General also paid tribute to Mary Robinson, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights who is leaving the post in September, saying that she brought to the office “an unflagging and fearless determination” to uphold the cause of human rights throughout the world. “The poor, the oppressed and the victims of injustice in every country and everywhere in the world have reason to be grateful to her,” Mr. Annan said. read more

Food processing remains a strong industry despite plant closures study

TORONTO – Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study.Western University’s Ivey Business School says its study found that the most commonly cited reason for closures was that a plant was no longer competitive and, in many cases, production was being consolidated at another location.But when new plants open, they are often larger and incorporate new technology that drives down costs, it found.Recent high-profile food plant closures in Ontario, such as the Kellogg operation in London and the threat of closure that loomed over the Heinz plant in Leamington before it was saved by a last-minute deal, raised concerns in a province that had watched its auto and steel industries decimated by the recession.While auto manufacturing has improved, a string of closures that also included Smucker’s and Lance Canada Ltd, has led many to question the future of food processing in the province.But the Western study, co-authored by David Sparling, said that between 2008 and 2014, the 105 closures in the province have been balanced by 105 openings and plant investments.That means that while plant closures resulted in job losses, the industry overall did not experience a net decline in employment.“The food industry typically has had lots of small plants and lots more retail,” he said.“The new footprint for globally competitive manufacturing tends to be larger plants and probably located close to workforces as well as markets and transportation corridors.”Hamilton, Brantford, London, Toronto and Windsor, Ont., are all large centres that have big workforces and the ability to service a larger company, he said.“We’re probably going to lose more small plants in some small centres, (but) that said, the food industry also has a huge number of small companies and … a lot of them are starting up in rural centres, where people … want to extract some more value from farm product.”Cities like Hamilton and Brantford, which were hit hard as manufacturing changed, are seeing new opportunities with a Ferrero Rocher plant in Brantford and a Canada Bread operation in Hamilton, said Sparling, who is the chair of Agri-food Innovation at Ivey.When looking to set up new plants, he added, companies did consider whether there were people in the area who already understood manufacturing and were looking for work.“The food industry doesn’t tend to pay quite as much as things like automotive and steel, so there’s a bit of an adjustment that way, but they are still good manufacturing jobs,” said Sparling.Food processing, like other manufacturing in Canada, was hit hard by the recession, the high loonie, increased foreign competition and higher input costs.But it has also been impacted by an increasingly competitive retail market for grocery stores, which “are operating at razor-thin margins and they’re just not doing as well as they have been in the past,” Sparling said.“That means they’re really unreceptive to increase costs coming to them, so that puts all kinds of pressure on food manufacturers to figure out how can we get interesting products that consumers would care about to retailers without imposing any additional costs.”The study, titled The Changing Face of Food Manufacturing in Canada: An Analysis of Plant Closings, Openings and Investments, found that there were 143 plant closures announced between 2006 and 2014, resulting in projected losses of almost 24,000 jobs.The industry went through a particularly challenging period in 2007 and 2008, when 48 closures in the country outnumbered the 27 openings and plant investments. Ontario was the hardest-hit province, while Quebec was more successful in balancing openings and investments with closures.But revenue continued to increase during that period and employment recovered more quickly than at other manufacturers.Closures were also offset by investments from both foreign and domestic companies, with Canadian firms making slightly higher investments and the majority of activity coming from smaller firms.“The overall picture is one of an industry that went through tough times in the mid 2000s but in recent years has been looking more positive in spite of continuing challenges,” the report said.“It is also an industry that is more ready to compete than it was in 2006.”To continue to grow the sector going forward, the report highlighted the need to create an attractive investment environment, reduce energy costs, to support and facilitate trade and to provide incentives for companies to choose to set up shop in Canada and upgrade technology.Food companies also voiced concern about labour supply issues in the future, as they worried about meeting the growing need for skilled labour and said they could benefit from greater use of apprenticeships and training programs.The food processing industry produces more than 70 per cent of the food Canadians buy and, with revenue of more than $88 billion in 2011, it’s the second-largest Canadian manufacturing industry and Canada’s largest manufacturing employer. Food processing remains a strong industry despite plant closures: study by Romina Maurino, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 12, 2014 4:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Cars drive past the Heinz plant in Leamington, Ontario, Thursday, February 27, 2014. Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Geoff Robins read more

Para selects Clark Construction for UG contract mining at Gold Road

first_imgPara Resources Inc has entered into a Services Agreement with Clark Construction Group, LLC, a Maryland, limited liability company which will provide contract mining services at its underground Gold Road mine in Oatman, Arizona. The contract is initially on a “time and materials” basis but will evolve into a Unit Pricing contract, which is presently being negotiated. The Services Agreement is an interim step to ensure work at the mine starts immediately. Clark has already mobilised project management to site, and initial equipment and operational crews are expected to arrive by the end of November.Work presently being conducted at Gold Road includes upgrading the ventilation system to handle higher levels of production, upgrading of the main decline and haulage route to manage larger sized trucks, rehabilitation of secondary escape ways and remediation of recently encountered ground control issues. In parallel, maintenance, testing, repair, and general cleanup of the mill is being conducted. The mill is expected to be in functional condition by the end of 2018. Mineralised rock production is expected to commence in January 2019 with re-commissioning of the plant with first gold pour anticipated in February 2019.The start of production at Gold Road has been delayed by 45-60 days due to unforeseen ground conditions resulting from the dewatering of the lower levels of the mine. Management determined that the conditions were un-safe and need to be improved before mining can begin in the lower levels of the mine.Geoff Hampson, Para’s CEO states, “We are very pleased to have Clark Construction Group as our mining contractor at Gold Road. As one of the most experienced and respected building and civil construction firms in the United States, they bring extensive experience and knowledge to our operations and capacity. Having Clark on site and ramping up the people and equipment needed to start mining is a critical milestone in our production ramp up.”last_img read more

It was a bit of a shock The teen sensation named in

first_img Sunday 17 Mar 2019, 10:00 AM Share3 Tweet Email2 15 Comments Image: Mark Kerton WHEN MICK MCCARTHY named the first final squad of his second spell as Ireland manager on Thursday, perhaps the biggest surprise was the inclusion of a little-known teenage goalkeeper from Maynooth.Some critics might have expected Kieran O’Hara, the Man United goalkeeper on loan at Macclesfield Town, or Liverpool’s Caoimhin Kelleher, both of whom had featured in previous squads, to get the nod.In the end, however, it was Mark Travers who was called up alongside the more experienced Darren Randolph and Keiren Westwood.“I thought it was better off taking a younger one [as the third goalkeeper], so I took Mark Travers and Stephen [Kenny] wanted Caoimhin Kelleher and that was his choice,” McCarthy explained at the squad announcement.And unsurprisingly, Travers sounds enthused about the prospect of linking up with the national side for the next 10 days.“I’m looking forward to working with the likes of Darren Randolph and Keiren Westwood, which should be great for me and just take as much onboard as possible and learn from the whole experience,” he tells The42.“I found out [about the call-up] earlier in the week. I got a phone call from the FAI just to let me know. “I rang the family straight away. Everyone was buzzing — a really proud moment. ‘It was a bit of a shock’ – The teen sensation named in Mick McCarthy’s first Ireland squad Bournemouth’s Mark Travers chats to The42 about a week to remember. https://the42.ie/4542644 By Paul Fennessy Mar 17th 2019, 10:01 AM center_img Short URL 19-year-old Mark Travers is highly regarded at Bournemouth. 54,073 Views A few weeks or months ago, the aim was to get into the 21s squad and then to get into the provisional was obviously great, but to get the phone call that I was in the main squad, it was a bit of a shock to be honest, but it’s an opportunity that I’m looking forward to taking.”This week’s news comes less than three years after a 17-year-old Travers made the life-altering decision to move to England and link up with Bournemouth.Despite hailing from Kildare, he spent a number of years as a youngster at Dublin side Lucan United. Short stints at Cherry Orchard and Shamrock Rovers U17s followed, helping the former win an All-Ireland title, before the Premier League club came calling.Leaving behind family and friends was not easy, nonetheless Travers persevered.“Going the year later at 17 was maybe a bit easier, I was more experienced after being at Shamrock Rovers,” he explains. “Everyone’s in the same boat really, leaving family and friends, but football’s the number one priority, you’ve got to focus on that. Everyone’s only a phone call away, so it’s not too bad and they come over semi-regularly. It’s always tough at the start, but it’s my third year now, so it just keeps getting easier. Football’s the main focus, so that keeps you busy at all times.“My parents were a big influence. I took the decision to stay in Ireland for the U17 year, that was a big decision, so I could grow and work with a top club in Ireland, Shamrock Rovers.“There was a few [offers] after the Cherry Orchard year. I just felt personally that maybe I wasn’t ready to take the step yet. I decided to go to Shamrock Rovers for a year. It turned out to be a really good decision for me. It gave me that experience to get ready and prepare myself to come to England.”Moving to Bournemouth in the summer of 2016 after impressing on trial meant not sitting his Leaving Cert, a decision that Travers acknowledges was a “risk,” but one he hopes to justify ultimately.“Sometimes, you just have to take the opportunity in football. I finished fifth year in Maynooth Post Primary School. It was a difficult decision — to come to Bournemouth, I couldn’t turn it down. It was a tough one for me and my family, but we decided it was a risk we had to take to come over to England and finish school a bit earlier and go over without a Leaving Cert.“When I came over here, I did a B Test in the end, so I have some qualifications anyway if it comes to it, which hopefully it won’t.” Source: Weymouth Football Club/YouTubeThe early signs are certainly promising. Travers hit the headlines as far back as 2017. Making his debut on loan at seventh tier English outfit Weymouth, with the match against Bishop’s Stortford finely balanced at 2-2, the youngster scored a spectacular winner, lobbing the opposition goalkeeper from well inside his own half.“I just had a go from distance and luckily it went in,” he recalls.“That was my first senior appearance. To win the game was great but to even score was a different feeling altogether, a great memory.”And since then, Travers has continued to make encouraging progress.Last summer, Bournemouth rewarded the Ireland underage international with a new long-term contract.“You have to work really hard to catch up with the players here and get up to the speed of things,” he says. “But to sign the second contract was massive. It gives you that bit of security to try to do your best. It helps on the field when you know, off the pitch, you’re a bit more secure.”Currently third-choice goalkeeper at the club behind Asmir Begović and Artur Boruc, while he has yet to appear for the Cherries’ senior side, Travers has trained and travelled to games with the first team and is in regular contact with boss Eddie Howe. A loan move next season is a possibility as the 19-year-old bids to increase his experience of first-team football, though for the moment, he is focused on his commitments for Bournemouth at underage level.The 21s try to play out as much as possible, so that was the biggest thing I had to work on when I came over — working with the feet and playing out from the back. It’s definitely a part of my game that’s come on in the last few years — something that I feel quite comfortable with and enjoy.”And while barring an injury crisis, Travers won’t play in the upcoming Ireland matches against Georgia and Gibraltar, he is determined to relish an experience he would have scarcely imagined himself in three years ago when he was going to school in Maynooth and trying to balance football with his studies. This week, he will share a dressing room Premier League stars like Seamus Coleman and Shane Duffy and legends of Irish football such as Robbie Keane and McCarthy, who was more than three years into his first stint as Ireland manager in May 1999 – the month Travers was born. “You’ve got to work really hard to get to this position,” he concludes. “Just don’t let bad situations beat you up. Keep focused on football. Stay dedicated off the pitch as well. When you go back to digs, you have a lot of time on your hands, so doing the right things on and off the pitch is probably the main thing. And just stick to it — sometimes, you’re going to go through bad periods with family as well, being away is not easy, but just keeping the head and staying focused on the football is the main thing.“There are going to be loads of lows in football and I’m probably going to experience a lot more, but this week is definitely the high point so far.”Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: Subscribe 19-year-old Mark Travers is highly regarded at Bournemouth. Image: Mark Kerton Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Marko Arnautovic remains silent on West Ham future

first_imgWest Ham forward Marko Arnautovic refused to shed any light on his future at the club after helping Austria claim a 2-1 win over Northern Ireland on SundayThe 29-year-old came off the bench at Windsor Park to assist Valentino Lazaro’s stoppage-time winner in the UEFA Nations League.Arnautovic’s brother and agent, Daniel, suggested last week that a West Ham exit to a Champions League-type club could happen.But Arnautovic remained quiet on his future at London“I don’t want to talk about it. I am concentrated on West Ham,” Arnautovic told Sky Sports.“We have a big game against Manchester City on Saturday and I am only thinking about this game and the following games and what is being said is not my business.robert lewandowski, PolandReport: Euro 2020 qualifying Group G George Patchias – September 9, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group G, saw Robert Lewandowski draw another blank.What should have been a plane sailing group for Poland, has turned out to…“My business is to perform on the pitch, to put in performances and that is what I want to do.”Despite knee injury troubles this season, Arnautovic is confident he will feature this Saturday for West Ham.“I will be OK,” he said.“Two days in a row was a bit too much but the gaffer asked me to play the last 25 minutes if needed, and it was needed. I am glad I could help.”Arnautovic has scored five goals in his opening 10 Premier League matches this term.last_img read more

Queiroz says the real Asian Cup starts now

first_imgIran and Iraq tied 0-0 in Matchday 3 of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, and the Iranian team is now ready for the next stage of the competition.Iran and Iraq tied 0-0 today as the Iranian team ended up on the first place of Group D in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.And Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has said that the real competition starts now.“I have no energy now. It was so intense, but it was played in good spirits. There was a lot of excitement in both teams,” Queiroz told The Khaleej Times.“We controlled the game. In the first half, we played better. We created two chances. The second half, it was 50-50. At the end of the day, for the commitment and the effort from both teams, I think the draw was a fair result.”Cristiano Ronaldo, PortugalAli Daei wouldn’t be upset if Ronaldo breaks his scoring record Andrew Smyth – September 13, 2019 Iranian legend Ali Daei wouldn’t be upset to lose his record as international football’s all-time record scorer to the “great” Cristiano Ronaldo.“We played a very good game against a very tough team. My players came out with great character,” Queiroz added.“When it’s necessary to play, they play. When it’s necessary to fight, they fight. Now they must be ready to play the game that is in front of them.”“We will try to be mentally fresh for the next game because now the real Asian Cup starts. From now on, only the team that wins will survive,” the Iran coach said.“For us, our goal was to qualify. After the first two games, we felt that we could be top of the group. Another goal was to give the opportunity to some players against Iraq. We made five changes. All of them showed that they are ready to compete.”last_img read more

Medfra Fire grows to more than 1600 acres firefighters battling winds

first_imgA photo taken Sunday of the Medfra Fire burning about 50 miles northeast of McGrath along the north bank of the North Fork Kuskokwin River. (Photo by Jason Jordet/Alaska Division of Forestry)Download AudioCrews are battling a large blaze about 50 miles northeast of McGrath, dubbed the Medfra Fire. The fire is about 20 miles from the small community of Medfra.Tim Mowry with the Alaska Division of Forestry said the fire is more than 1,600 acres on Monday.Wind has been pushing the fire, he said.“[The fire is] actually burning sort of parallel to the north fork of the Kuskokwim River and [firefighters are] just trying to keep it on that side of the Kuskokwim right now,” he said Monday. “Hopefully, the wind will cooperate. It’s still pretty windy out there.”A release by the Alaska Division of Forestry said the fire sparked in an old burn area, and spread into an unburned area with fresh fuel.Smokejumpers and Type 2 emergency firefighting crews from McGrath, Nikolai, Upper and Lower Kalskag, Nondalton, and Palmer are on the scene.Air retardant tankers have also been deployed to help quell the blaze.Mowry does not think Medfra or McGrath are in danger as the fire is at a considerable distance and burning in a remote area, Mowry said. The fire is considered a holdover from the Soda Creek fire that burned more than 16,000 acres last year.“That’s the thing about Alaska, we have a lot of bog, we have a lot of peat and these fires get themselves buried down into that stuff and they’re pretty resistant to anything at that point, snow rain,” he said.“But that’s just part of what makes Alaska, Alaska, because it’s a very fire prone eco-system and it’s very resistant to fire suppression, even a year later.”He said there was a holdover flare-up on the Kenai Peninsula recently from last year’s Card Street fire and even a flare from the two year-old Funny River fire.Burn bans are in place in many parts of Southcentral Alaska.As Alaskans conclude their Memorial day camping trips, it’s important to thoroughly put out campfires before they head home, Mowry said.last_img read more

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first_imgKolkata: Debashis Sen, Additional Chief Secretary, IT&E, who is also the chairman of the West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (WBHIDCO) announced that the much-awaited project of Snehodiya, a proposed habitat for senior citizens in New Town would be inaugurated by Firhad Hakim, the Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Minister, on June 25. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had named the project ‘Snehodiya’. Sen was addressing a session at the 5th Real Estate Conclave on ‘Navigating the Undercurrents’ at a city hotel on Saturday. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata’Snehodiya’ is a project of the WBHIDCO, which is a first-of-its-kind venture by any state government agency. There are around 100 rooms and a guest house comprising six rooms. The project has come up opposite Swapno Bhor on a 3.5 acre land and has a two-storeyed building housing a library, an auditorium and a coffee corner. It has been decided that 75 percent of the price paid at the time of purchase will be refunded to the occupants or their heirs in case the flat is vacated. There will be a senior citizens’ park. There will be doctors, nurses and attendants to look after the elderly. It will have all the modern facilities, Sen said. He also stressed on the necessity of introducing more paying guest facilities in and around New Town and Sector V to accommodate a large number of working professionals coming to the city. Nandu Belani, president of CREDAI, Bengal, said the real estate is a major contributor to the economy in Eastern India and it plays an important role in fulfilling the basic needs and aspirations of the common people.last_img read more

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first_img News | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | June 06, 2019 Study Identifies MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy as Growing Market Segment Revenues from the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-guided radiation therapy systems market exceeded $220 million in… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Elekta SmartClinic is one of the key features in the Mosaiq Plaza suite of data-focused integrative oncology software The Beamscan 3-D water phantom with the Varian Halcyon radiotherapy system. Image courtesy of PTW. 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Because tumors move between and during treatments, oncologists compensate for this movement by either widening the margins surrounding the tumor or making the radiation beam larger. Additionally, many tumors are oddly shaped, difficult to access and nestled among critical organs. The radiation oncologist’s first recourse is in treatment planning, creating a 3D model of the tumor and the surrounding organs to contour the shape of radiation beams to the exact size and shape of the tumor. Still, the dynamic and irregular shape of tumors often results in exposing healthy tissue to radiation. In response to the need to deliver high-intensity doses with greater precision, manufacturers have improved upon existing technology – IMRT, IGRT and SRS systems – with faster and more agile delivery systems. “We’re making use of intensity modulation more these days for highly conformal plans,” said Jay Burmeister, Ph.D., DABR, chief of physics at Karmanos Cancer Center and director of education in radiation oncology, Wayne State University School of Medicine. “But when we move toward these highly conformal treatment plans, the risk is far greater. Certainly in the old days when we used radiation with much larger fields, we irradiated significant amounts of normal tissue, but tumor targeting was not as critical. Whereas here, if we’re ultra conformal, we can not only irradiate healthy tissue but miss part of the target as well. We have the potential for double jeopardy.”As a result, radiation oncology as a field is looking for tools to better target radiation, particularly for tumor movement. With the advent of highly advanced targeting technology, many radiation oncologists are able to provide more patient safety and better efficacy at the same time. The Need for SpeedNew technologies are enhancing IGRT targeting and treatment through multiple means, whether its helical radiation delivery, lightning-fast dosing or a variety of arc choices. What distinguishes one system from the other is the method for dose distribution.The TomoTherapy Hi-Art system delivers radiation through beams emitted in a spiral. The goal and the result is a higher focus on the tumor and less on vulnerable surrounding structures. The TomoTherapy system involves creating a CT image immediately prior to treatment, enabling radiation oncologists to adjust the tumor position and radiation before and during treatment. The Hi-Art delivers radiation continuously with thousands of narrow beamlets, from all angles around the patient, all targeting the specific tumor position and shape. “What separates Hi-Art from other systems we’ve used in the past is its dose distribution capability,” said Burmeister, a Hi-Art user. “When you incorporate rotational, helical delivery as opposed to a few discrete beams, you have the possibility for better plan quality, especially with complex cases. For a relatively simple convex tumor, you won’t find much difference between IMRT delivery systems. But when you’re trying to treat large or irregularly shaped targets, with organs at risk in close proximity, the rotational therapy with Hi-Art can be far superior to static-beam IMRT.”Burmeister and his clinic’s case distribution, including prostate, lung and head and neck tumors, features many tough jobs that defy conventional IMRT. As such, the Tomo system is often their go-to machine for complex cases. “The way the Tomo treats patients is fundamentally different than static-beam IMRT,” said Burmeister. “In addition to the increased number of IMRT beamlets available, you end up treating individual regions of tissue in shorter time, even though the overall treatment time could be longer. Since patients are moved through a slit of radiation, the time for any individual volume of tissue to receive its radiation dose is smaller than for conventional IMRT. Getting the absorbed dose into the target in a shorter amount of time prevents tumor cells from repairing during a treatment course. Tomotherapy and volumetric arc therapies share this advantage over traditional IMRT delivery methods.”The Varian Medical Systems RapidArc combines the use of both IMRT and IGRT to deliver a treatment in less than two minutes. By producing as little as 600 MU per fraction compared to up to 3,000 MU in conventional IMRT, using a single 360-degree rotation and shaving treatment time to two minutes or less, radiation is delivered to the whole volume of the tumor in record time, minimizing discomfort and side effects.At the Center for Radiation Therapy in Beverly Hills, Suzanne Evans, RTT, utilizes the treatment for prostate patients, esophageal patients, pancreatic and in particular head and neck tumor patients, as well as many other types of cancers.“I’ve been working in therapy for a long time, and I know for our patients it’s very uncomfortable to lie still and wear a mask,” said Evans. “When IMRT became our standard, treatments were extended. By doing RapidArc, the radiation is delivered much more quickly and the patient is on the table less. With our prostate patients, the fiducials can actually move due to gas, excess stool and not enough urine in the bladder. So by doing RapidArc, there’s less time for the prostate to move and the treatment becomes more accurate.”While some might be skeptical of the efficacy of a drastically reduced treatment time, studies by Varian indicate RapidArc compares favorably with conventional and helical IMRT treatment. In one example, a multitarget cancer of the nasopharynx, RapidArc plans were found to be equivalent or better at target coverage for all targets, and superior in protecting critical structures, including the spinal cord, brainstem, eyes, optic nerve and chiasm, parotid glands and brain. The Elekta Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT) is designed to enhance the nature of IMRT treatment through precise customization. Treatment planning can incorporate a single arc, multiple arcs, partial arcs or a combination depending on the physician and patient. The choice of arcs is intended to create precise dose control and to avoid vulnerable organs and structures. Treatment with the VMAT can rival the RapidArc in speed, with total treatment times as short as two minutes. The speed means less discomfort and potential side effects for the patient, while for the physician it allows for potentially improved outcomes and additional patients in the institution.Robots Among UsWhile the Hi-Art, RapidArc and VMAT are still considered cutting-edge, they are increasingly familiar to radiation oncologists, and on the wish list of many centers. But is there a different technology along the spectrum of advanced targeting? The CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System is designed to noninvasively treat tumors throughout the body and particularly in delicate areas. The system uses robotic arms and continual image guidance to track, detect and correct for tumor and patient movement before and during treatment. Gantry rotations are eliminated, and the robotic mobility allows for automated noncoplanar treatments; together this treatment mechanism is designed to be accurate and customized for the most complex tumors. CyberKnife enables radiation oncologists to precisely treat intracranial and extracranial tumors in the spine, lung, prostate, liver and pancreas. The treatment process utilizes the skeletal structure of the body as a reference, eliminating the need for bone fiducials or head or body frames typically used for stabilization, minimizing discomfort. While other systems have been more widely adopted in radiation oncology, demand for the CyberKnife is growing; in 2007, the 100th system was installed in France, and availability has increased by 50 percent since. Ultimately, radiation oncologists view the tool as another powerful option for inoperable or surgically complex tumors. Through new advances in targeting technology, radiation oncologists are discovering more options for delivering high-intensity, low-risk treatment to complex, moving and irregularly shaped tumors. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Henry Ford Hospital | May 21, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Innovations in Radiotherapy and Radiology at Henry Ford Hospital Henry Ford Hospital thought leaders regularly speak at the radiation oncology and radiology conferences about new res read more Technology | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | February 21, 2019 FDA Clears Advancements for Viewray MRIdian Radiation Therapy System February 21, 2019 — ViewRay Inc. received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. read more Henry Ford Hospital’s ViewRay MRIdian linear accelerator system allows real-time MRI-guided radiotherapy. Shown is the support staff for this system. In the center of the photo is Benjamin Movsas, M.D., chair of radiation oncology at Henry Ford Cancer Institute. Second from the right is Carri Glide-Hurst, Ph.D., director of translational research, radiation oncology.center_img News | Quality Assurance (QA) | July 08, 2019 PTW to Feature New Dosimetry Technology at AAPM 2019 At this year’s American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) show, July 14-18 in San Antonio, Texas, PTW will… read more Technology | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | April 24, 2019 Accuray Launches Synchrony Motion Tracking and Correction Technology for Radixact System Accuray announced the launch of its Synchrony motion tracking and correction technology to be used with the Radixact… read more News | Radiation Therapy | October 30, 2018 Elekta Introduces Strategy for Precision Radiation Medicine at ASTRO 2018 At the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Annual Meeting, Oct. 21-24 in San Antonio, Elekta introduced the… read more Feature | February 12, 2009 | Amy Lillard RT Solutions for Troublesome Tumors New approach to technology gives IMRT, SRS a boost. Videos | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | October 15, 2018 VIDEO: Clinical Use of the ViewRay MRIdian Linac System at Henry Ford Benjamin Movsas, M.D., read more Related Content Technology | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | February 07, 2019 Elekta Unity MR-Linac Earns FDA Clearance The Elekta Unity magnetic resonance radiation therapy (MR/RT) system recently received 510(k) premarket notification… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more last_img read more

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first_imgFast forward to now, and the Cardinals aren’t anywhere close to contention. In fact, you may wonder how either the Bears, a team the Cardinals smoked in Chicago last year and the Packers, a team the Cardinals beat in the playoffs last season will represent the NFC in the Big Game, or how the Jets, who won just four games in 2007 and are starting a second-year quarterback could actually top the very same Steelers who beat the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. Sadly, of the four teams that are left, the Cardinals beat two of them just last season, one won just four games in 2007 and the other, of course, is the Steelers. Knowing that, it is fair to ask how those teams got so good so fast while Arizona instead sunk to the bottom of the worst division in football.One common denominator is the quarterback position. The Packers and Steelers boast two of the best in the game, as Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger are both capable of winning games by themselves. The Cardinals, unfortunately, do not have a QB with anywhere near the same amount of ability as these two. Look at the other two quarterbacks, Jay Cutler and Mark Sanchez, and you start to get the impression that maybe a top-flight QB is not necessary to compete for a Super Bowl. Both have ability, sure, but neither is what one would call “elite.” Top Stories Could John Skelton, a free agent or a future draft pick reach the solid-but-not-great level? It’s possible.So if it’s not the quarterback, what is it? It can’t be the running game, as only the Jets ranked in the top 10 for total rushing yards this past season. James Starks, Shonn Greene, Matt Forte, LaDainian Tomlinson and Rashard Mendenhall did not come close to challenging for the league’s rushing crown, and none have averaged more than 100 yards per game in the postseason. Neither the Bears nor Steelers are known for keeping their quarterbacks upright, and only the Jets did a decent job of opening holes for running backs. Therefore, you can’t really look at the offensive line play as a key cog in their respective successes. In fact, the Packers are the only one of the four that can claim to even have a great offense, as they were the only one of the four to rank in the top 10 for points scored in 2010. No, where these teams make their money and rack up victories is on defense, which is the area the Cardinals arguably need the most work. Besides talent, what makes their defense strong is identity.The Bears conjure up memories of the “Monsters on the Midway,” the Steelers and the “Steel Curtain,” the Jets are led by defensive mastermind Rex Ryan and the Packers have elite defenders like Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews, and A.J. Hawk. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke 0 Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationcenter_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away For further proof defense matters, Pittsburgh and Green Bay led their respective conferences in sacks, while the Bears and Packers were second and fourth, respectively, in the NFC for takeaways. The Steelers and Jets were second and third in the AFC. The good news for the Cardinals is, as bad as their defense was, they were tied for sixth in the NFC with 30 takeaways. However, they are lacking an identity, which is something that could very well be rectified with their upcoming defensive coordinator hire. That hire, for a team like the Cardinals, could make a world of difference. Whether they get an aggressive mind like a Rex Ryan (we know it is really his defense), Dom Capers, Dick LeBeau or Rod Marinelli, the right hire could take a talented unit like the one the Cardinals boast and mold it into one to be feared. It seems like a while ago when the Cardinals were preparing for the NFC Championship game at University of Phoenix Stadium with a Super Bowl berth on the line. While the 2008 and 2010 Cardinals were worlds apart in terms of success, one look at this year’s final four would reveal that, for all their faults, the Cardinals could be just a couple moves and some luck away from making a return trip to the top of the NFL. The final four is set.The New York Jets will battle the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears, the winners reaching Super Bowl XLV. Of course, it was not long ago when the Cardinals were getting ready to host the Philadelphia Eagles, a thrilling game that the home team won 32-25, securing the beleaguered franchise’s first trip to the Super Bowl. We won’t get into what happened in Tampa, but suffice to say that was probably the most exciting month for the entire franchise and its fans.last_img read more

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are then routed to either a functional super speciality hospital at the respective district or coordinate with the District Coordination Centres and decide "When medical emergencies crop up at relief camps the problem is that routes to the functional hospitals within some districts are submerged so either we have to use boats or escalate this to the district coordination teams again" he said Thousands of people are still perched on highrise buildings waiting to be rescued and taken to relief camps Over 50000 people are lodged at the Ernakulam and Thrissur camps alone Local fishermen have also joined the rescue mission bringing in their boats to help in the evacuation of the stranded people in various places in Aluva Kalady Perumbavoor Muvattupuzha and Chalakudy TheNational Crisis Management Committee on Thursday decided to scale up relief and rescue operations in flood-hit Kerala by involving the three defence services and other agencies besides providing essential commodities to 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