Neesham calls his World Cup selection ‘surreal’, recalls psychologist visit to regain cricket love

first_imgNeesham calls his World Cup selection ‘surreal’, recalls psychologist visit to regain cricket loveNew Zealand’s Jimmy Neesham said he was surprised with his World Cup selection after coming close to quitting cricket due to bad form and injuries.advertisement Press Trust of India WellingtonApril 5, 2019UPDATED: April 5, 2019 17:42 IST New Zealand’s Jimmy Neesham said he officially wanted to quit cricket a few months ago and that his World Cup selection surprised him (IANS)HIGHLIGHTSBattling inconsistent form and injuries, Neesham said he officially wanted to quit cricketHe took a short break after being dropped at the start of last season and saw a psychologistHe said the progress he made since has been a “pretty surreal ride”New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham says being picked for the upcoming World Cup feels “surreal” as he was on the verge of retiring 18 months back due to form and injury, needing professional counselling to rediscover his love for cricket.The 28-year-old, who has played 12 Tests, 49 ODIs and 15 T20 Internationals for New Zealand, was named in the 15-man squad that the Black Caps recently announced for the ODI showpiece starting May 30 in the United Kingdom.He was ignored for the 2015 edition of the mega-event which was held in Australia and New Zealand. Neesham was also axed following the 2017 Champions Trophy before making a comeback earlier this year.Also Read | Sport Australia starts Mental Health Referral Network for athletesBattling inconsistent form and injuries, Neesham said he dialled New Zealand Players Association CEO Heath Mills to express his desire to quit.”It came as close as it could get. I actually called Heath Mills and told him I was going to retire so I owe a lot to him to convince me to take a little break and come back three or four weeks later,” Neesham was quoted as saying by ‘ESPNCricinfo’.”From there, being able to make progress steadily, come back with Wellington and make this team it’s all been a pretty surreal ride,” he added.Describing the days leading upto that call, Neesham said it was a “downward spiral” which was a result of putting himself under too much pressure.”Waking up in the morning, opening the shades and hoping it was raining is not the ideal way to start a day of cricket and I’d basically got to the point where I needed to have a full overhaul in the way I was approaching the game,” he said.advertisement”When I got dropped at the start of last season I put a lot of pressure on myself to succeed and wanted to dominate domestic cricket…Luckily I took the advance, took a short break rather than a long break, and since then it’s been on the up and up,” he recalled.Also Read | I consulted a sports psychologist after Rio Olympic failure: Mirabai ChanuNeesham said he was told to put down his bat for a while by Mills and he took the advice. He came back for domestic side Otago towards the end of the 2017-18 seasonIn a local one-day tournament, Neesham rediscovered his form scoring 503 runs at an average of 62.87 with a strike rate of 110.79. The performance fetched him a place for the home series against Sri Lanka.”I saw a psychologist who was really helpful, starting at the bottom and working up to where all these frustrations were coming from,” he said.”I’m not much of communicator at the best of time, just being able to talk through some of the struggles I was having off the field – it only took four or five sessions to really see some progress,” he added.Neesham said the key to his comeback was to take the focus away from results.”I’d given it a good crack trying to get enjoyment from succeeding but once I paid less attention to the runs and wickets, less attention to hitting balls for two hours the day before a game,…It couldn’t have gone better, to be honest,” he said.Also Read | After consulting psychologist, Alvaro Morata ‘happier than ever at Chelsea’Flexibility and options crucial for India at 2019 World Cup: Sunil GavaskaAlso Read | Need sports psychologist for India women’s team, says coach Tushar Arothe to India TodayAlso Watch | Flexibility and options crucial for India at 2019 World Cup: Sunil GavaskarFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byRoshni Tags :Follow Jimmy NeeshamFollow World CupFollow CricketFollow New Zealandlast_img read more

World Cup 2019 semi-final: Virat Kohli’s catch to dismiss Martin Guptill leaves fans awestruck

first_img 5 New Zealand Bowling NZ Bowling Match Ended Match Ended Mid Wicket Mid Wicket 49 0 Mid off S/R covers R All batsmen are considered right handed 0 Square Leg Mid on 0 1 24/4 ( D. Karthik 10 Overs) , New Zealand 32 0 fine Leg Referee: David Boon (AUS) Umpires: Richard Illingworth (ENG), Richard Kettleborough (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS) 69.44 0 4 77 (59) b Lockie Ferguson 0 o B 1 0 1 217/9 ( B. Kumar 49 Overs) , ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 15:00 (Local Time) Series Status: Player Of The Match: Matt Henry Mid Wicket Toss: NZ elected to bat 42 6 view full scorecard 0 0 Point 1 vs commentary Mid off India IND Point 0 6s m Yuzvendra Chahal Y. Chahal c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham fine Leg Square Leg 4.2 Mid on c Tom Latham b Matt Henry 25 Next (50.0) 0 0 All batsmen are considered right handed Square Leg Mitchell Santner M. Santner ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, 1st Semi Final Ravindra Jadeja (IND) R. Jadeja (IND) c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner covers Extras: 16 runs (B: 0, LB: 3, WD: 13, NB: 0, P: 0) KL Rahul KL Rahul c Tom Latham b Matt Henry Mid Wicket Mid Wicket Square Leg Matt Henry (NZ) M. Henry (NZ) Square Leg 10 fine Leg MS Dhoni (wk) MS Dhoni (wk) run out (Martin Guptill) 4 Mid Wicket India Today Web Desk ManchesterJuly 9, 2019UPDATED: July 9, 2019 16:11 IST ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand lost Martin Guptill for 1 in the semi-final on Tuesday (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMartin Guptill was dismissed for 1 in the 4th over of World Cup 2019 semi-finalVirat Kohli took a stunner at the 2nd slip in Jasprit Bumrah’s 2nd overNew Zealand won the toss and opted to bat in ManchesterIndia made a dream start to their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final against New Zealand at Old Trafford in Manchester on Tuesday as their pacers kept it tight with the new ball.New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and opted to bat on an overcast morning in Manchester. The outcome of the toss has been influential at the venue as teams batting first have won all the matches (5) played so far at the iconic venue.India vs New Zealand, World Cup 2019 semi-final: Live Cricket ScoreHowever, Indian new-ball bowlers made sure they jolted New Zealand by putting immense pressure on Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls — the two New Zealand openers.India bowled 16 dot balls with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah bowling tidy lines and lengths. Jasprit Bumrah then gave India an early breakthrough for India by removing Martin Guptill for 2.Guptill’s horror run in World Cup 2019 continued when he nicked one towards the slip cordon as a ball from Jasprit Bumrah zipped past after pitching on good length. Captain Virat Kohli at the second slip took a stunner as he held on to the ball that was travelling at some pace.Kohli was nearly off-balance when he took the catch as it came at an awkward height. Bumrah and his teammates celebrated in delight as they made sure Martin Guptill returned to the Old Trafford pavillion after an early successful LBW appeal agianst him.India lost their only review for the semi-final in the first ball as Virat Kohli opted to use the DRS for a decision in favour of Martin Guptill. Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck Guptill on his pads but replays showed the ball was comfortably missing the leg-stump.advertisementVirat Kohli’s stunner sent social media into a tizzy as India fans were left awestruck by the captain’s effort at the slip. Kohli appeared to be in some discomfort but he was fine to continue.Calm and collected from the Indian captain to pull off that first catchWatch the wicket and more highlights on the #CWC19 appAPPLE https://t.co/whJQyCahHrANDROID https://t.co/Lsp1fBwBKR pic.twitter.com/2jOJjSJdUpCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 9, 2019What a start by the Indian team in the semifinal!Amazing catch by the captain, @imVkohli and @Jaspritbumrah93 is as awesome as he always is!#CWC19 #CWC2019Anand Malto (@anandmalto) July 9, 2019What a catch! @imVkohli Can’t imagine how fast that ball must have traveled! Let’s go!!!! #INDvsNZ #SemiFinal1 @CWC19_WC2019Madhav Namjoshi (@Robin824) July 9, 2019This catch from @imVkohli is max underrated. Was travelling so bloody quick. #NZvIND #WorldCup2019Vinit Pawar (@WinitPawar) July 9, 2019Talk about starting a big game well – Fast bowlers have done well and what a fine catch it was from #Virat . THAT was traveling! #CWC19RK (@RK_sports) July 9, 2019This start by India. Ball is seriously hooping ?????? #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/amxrUxyL4ITim Michell (@tim_michell) July 9, 2019#IndvNZ Whattt a catch!! Virat KohliCricket India (@cric_ind) July 9, 2019Virat Kohli…. What a beauty of a catch! You can see Guptill cursing as he hits the pavillion.#ICCCricketWorldCup #INDvsNZShivangi Prabhudesai (@ShiviStormborn) July 9, 2019What a catch by @imVkohli ???????? pic.twitter.com/zBFvE0sFYMVinod (@vinod_d007) July 9, 2019Also Read | World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli wants India to stick to basics as New Zealand batAlso Read | India my favourite team since the start of World Cup 2019: Kamran AkmalAlso See:Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Virat KohliFollow India vs New ZealandFollow Martin GuptillFollow Jasprit BumrahFollow ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 77 Square Leg 14.28 c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult 216/8 ( MS Dhoni 48.3 Overs) , Fall of Wickets third Man Mid Wicket 208/7 ( R. Jadeja 47.5 Overs) , Hardik Pandya H. Pandya c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner Top Bowlers Top Bowlers third Man 56 6.53 All batsmen are considered right handed 10 3 Point Point 1 1 3/43 (10) 1 third Man 2 Mid off fine Leg 6 7.3 Mid on 0 Virat Kohli (c) V. Kohli (c) lbw b Trent Boult wd third Man Dinesh Karthik D. Karthik c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry 4 37 Mid on Jimmy Neesham J. Neesham 2 fine Leg 0 24 All batsmen are considered right handed 62 3.4 2 Point 239/8 Mid off 4 New Zealand beat India by 18 runs 221 fine Leg Mid off covers 221 covers 2 Ravindra Jadeja R. Jadeja c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult 0 3 India batting IND batting lbw b Trent Boult All batsmen are considered right handed India third Man Square Leg Scorecard Super Over India IND 0 fine Leg 0 5/2 ( V. Kohli 2.4 Overs) , covers third Man Square Leg Mid on 0 Square Leg third Man c Tom Latham b Matt Henry 10 7 3 New Zealand NZ ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 92/6 ( H. Pandya 30.3 Overs) , Bhuvneshwar Kumar B. Kumar b Lockie Ferguson – r 1 3 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND) B. Kumar (IND) 0 nb not out Trent Boult T. Boult 2 10 16.66 100 World Cup 2019 semi-final: Virat Kohli’s catch to dismiss Martin Guptill leaves fans awestruckICC Cricket World Cup 2019: India captain Virat Kohli set the tone for the team in the 1st semi-final vs New Zealand by taking a stunner in the slip cordon to dismiss New Zealand opener Martin Guptill early. New Zealand won the toss and opted to bat in overcast conditions in Manchester. third Man Mid off third Man 57.14 (49.3) Matt Henry M. Henry covers Point Mid Wicket 59 32 0 239/8 Point Mid off w 1 c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham Mid off 72 5/3 ( KL Rahul 3.1 Overs) , 3/37 (10) 71/5 ( R. Pant 22.5 Overs) , All batsmen are considered right handed 13 Mid on 0 fine Leg fine Leg 1 2 (49.3) 221 Point 0 e/r covers 25 221/10 ( Y. Chahal 49.3 Overs) , 0 run out (Martin Guptill) 4/1 ( R. Sharma 1.3 Overs) , Mid on (49.3) (50.0) Mid on 1 Mid off 50 4s graphs 3.7 Lockie Ferguson L. Ferguson c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 43 51.61 0 No data available! All batsmen are considered right handed Jasprit Bumrah J. Bumrah not out 2 0 Colin de Grandhomme de Grandhomme 130.50 0 1 6.5 All batsmen are considered right handed Ross Taylor (NZ) R. Taylor (NZ) Mid on covers 1 0 Rishabh Pant R. Pant c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner 4.3 Mid Wicket 74 (90) 5 34 Rohit Sharma R. Sharma c Tom Latham b Matt Henry Point New Zealand NZ All batsmen are considered right handed c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry view more view less advertisement covers 0last_img read more

Neste Oil to Outsource Its Ship Management Functions to OSM

first_imgzoom Neste Oil and Norwegian-based OSM Group AS have agreed on a business transfer under which Neste Oil will transfer the ship management functions of Neste Shipping to OSM.OSM is a global provider of offshore and ship management services. The outsourcing of ship management functions is part of Neste Oil’s plan to exit the shipping business announced on 19 September 2013.Under the agreement, OSM will set up a subsidiary in Finland responsible for the crewing and maintenance of vessels previously under the management by Neste Shipping that continue to be used by Neste Oil. The intention is to transfer the shore and seagoing personnel currently employed by Neste Shipping’s ship management functions to OSM’s new Finnish subsidiary during spring 2014. Neste Shipping’s ship management functions currently employ around 300 people at sea and 17 people on shore. Neste Shipping’s chartering functions will be retained and integrated to the Neste Oil organization.“Norwegian-based OSM was chosen after a careful review of a number of possible partners,” says Arvo Ruotsalainen, Neste Shipping’s Managing Director. “OSM’s good reputation and safety record, and capabilities in terms of developing ship management functions and leveraging the specialist expertise of our personnel, all contributed to our choice. We also believe that OSM will be able to offer our fleet personnel a wider range of opportunities than Neste Shipping would have been able to, as a much smaller company in the ship management field.”Statutory employer-employee negotiations covering all of Neste Shipping’s shore and seagoing personnel were held during October and November last year as part of the plan to outsource the company’s ship management functions. All personnel currently employed in these functions will be able to transfer to OSM’s Finnish subsidiary as existing employees.Neste Oil Corporation, February 20, 2014last_img read more

Crystal Serenitys Passenger Medevaced off Alaska

first_imgzoom A man with a leg injury was medevaced from Crystal Serenity, Crystal Cruises’ ocean ship, on June 27 while the vessel was some 12 miles southwest of Yakutat, Alaska.A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew was sent to assist the cruise ship, which was en route to Sitka at the time.Watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Juneau command center received a medevac request from the Crystal Serenity crew for a passenger with a fractured femur. Watchstanders requested the launch of the Jayhawk crew after consulting the duty flight surgeon who recommended medevac of the man.The 57-year-old passenger was hoisted and transported to Sitka.“Safety is paramount, especially during any response that requires hoisting by helicopter,” said Senior Chief Petty Officer Samuel Bass, command duty officer for Sector Juneau.“Great communication between the Coast Guard, the Crystal Serenity, EMS and Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium personnel enabled a safe, efficient transfer of the passenger to a higher level of care.”last_img read more

Proposed ban on balloons voted down by Vancouver Park Board

first_imgVANCOUVER – A proposed ban on balloons at any beach, park or community centre has been rejected by the Vancouver Park Board.The ban was proposed as a way to stop balloons from entering the ocean and harming animals.The motion, put forward by board commissioner Stuart Mackinnon, said sea and land animals frequently see deflated balloons as a source of food, especially sea turtles, birds and dolphins.It also said strings or ribbons attached to balloons are just as harmful to animals.Proponents of the ban said it takes years for the rubber to break down in the environment and these products also create choking hazards for children.But critics, including several children’s entertainers, argued that community events would suffer and businesses would lose money if the ban was adopted. They said proper education is a better solution. (News1130)last_img read more

1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange this Saturday

first_imgThis is a family event and kids can paint and plant their own flower pot to take home.You can also sign up for a community garden bed, play with composting worms and veggie themed block prints.There will also be door prizes to win.Entry fee into the exchange is $5.00 which also gets you a 25 percent discount at the NEAT Finds Thrift Store.The Professional Workshops are $10.00 each or $25.00 for all three (pre-register to ensure your spot).Schedule: FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – NEAT’s Northern Co-hort will be holding the 1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange on Saturday, April 13.According to NEAT, this will be a day of community building where you can pack up your seeds and garden supplies for the first of many exchanges.There will also be workshops offered on mason bees, pruning and permaculture, as well as the opportunity to meet local ecological farms, gain access to local meats, canning, plant starts and weekly veggie box information. The 1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange takes place this Saturday, April 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the NEAT Offices, 10003 95th Ave, Fort St. John, above the NEAT Finds Thrift Store.For more information, you can visit Neat’s Northern Co-hort’s Facebook event page.center_img 11:30 am – Mason Bees with Emony Nicholls12:30 pm – Pruning Principals with Sonya Runacres1:30 pm – Permaculture with Katy Pecklast_img read more

Plea against new jail manual HC seeks responses of Delhi govt LG

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Delhi high court has sought the responses of the AAP government in the national capital and the Lieutenant Governor on a plea challenging the constitutional validity of the new jail manual and alleging that the LG was not kept in the loop. A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice A J Bhambhani issued notice to the authorities and listed the matter for further hearing on September 2.The court was hearing a petition filed by social activist and advocate Amit Sahni, who said the Delhi government had not sought the approval of the LG before giving effect to the Delhi Prison Rules (DPR), 2018, which made those “unconstitutional” and liable to be set aside. “Unlike previous rules, neither the beginning lines of DPR, 2018 mention about any approval sought from the LG nor do they refer to anything that the rules shall become operative after notifications to be issued by the LG, in future, in this regard,” the plea claimed. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesIt said by virtue of the DPR, 2018, the Delhi government, by not taking the approval of the LG, had sought to override the previous orders, circulars and notifications in respect of parole and furlough, premature release of convicts etc., which were notified by the LG after due deliberation. “The DPR, 2018 are bad in law and the same are liable to be struck down,” the plea claimed. It said the state government had done away with the outer limit of incarceration for life convicts, which was passed by a July 2004 Sentence Review Board (SRB) order by the LG in furtherance of the National Human Rights Commission’s (NHRC) recommendations on premature release of convicts. “The DPR, 2018, in as much as premature release is concerned, have not been appropriately prepared…by doing away with the outer limit of 20/25 years in two categories as suggested by the NHRC in 2003 and incorporated in the SRB order of July 16, 2004,” the petition said. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarIt added that the government’s act of removing the outer limit of incarceration would discourage the inmates to maintain a good conduct in custody and would give unlimited power to the SRB to keep someone in custody as per its whims and fancies. The new rules had completely overlooked the welfare of the jail cadre officers by ignoring the model prison manual and those had been prepared by officers other than the jail cadre, the plea alleged.last_img read more

UN expert backs reforms to legal system in Russia

29 May 2008Russia should build on recent initiatives to remove deficiencies within its judicial system, a United Nations human rights expert said today after wrapping up a visit to the country. Leandro Despouy, the UN Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, told reporters in Moscow that Government authorities at the highest level, including President Dmitry Medvedev, have expressed concerns about the independence of judicial institutions and have created a special working group on judicial reform as well as a council to fight corruption.These moves “demonstrate the political will to tackle the problems facing the justice system,” Mr. Despouy said.While acknowledging important reforms since 1993, especially new legislation on judicial proceedings, the Special Rapporteur said he was concerned about the lack of equal access to courts and about the fact that a significant percentage of judicial decisions, including those against state officials, are not implemented.He also noted that there is still no legal framework at the federal level for juveniles and called for a draft law on establishing a juvenile justice system to be adopted immediately.The issue of political interference in the appointment of judges has been brought to his attention, Mr. Despouy said, adding that problems with the implementation of judicial decisions have contributed to the poor image of judges in the eyes of the population.Mr. Despouy said that recently proposed amendments to the Federal Law on defense lawyers would compromise the independence of the bar and would run counter to international standards, and called for them to be dropped. He added that recently introduced reforms of the office of the prosecutor should also be analyzed.Efforts should be made to ensure that lawyers can exercise their profession without intimidation or any other obstacles, he stressed.Mr. Despouy, who serves in an unpaid and independent capacity, will present a report on his mission to Russia to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva later this year. read more

Côte dIvoire UN reinforces peacekeepers as officials warn of risks of genocide

In a unanimous resolution adopted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which allows for the use of force, the Security Council authorized the immediate deployment of an additional 2,000 troops and three armed helicopters in the West African country, where former president Laurent Gbagbo refuses to step down despite the internationally recognized victory of opposition leader Alassane Ouattara in November’s run-off elections. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative and head of the UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI), Y. J. Choi, has said the reinforcements will provide a “rapid reaction capability” essential for the protection of civilians both in Abidjan, where Gbagbo loyalists have launched attacks, and in the country’s west, which has seen an outburst of ethnic fighting.“We remain gravely concerned about the possibility of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and ethnic cleansing in Côte d’Ivoire,” the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Francis Deng, told a news briefing shortly after the Council vote. “We believe that urgent steps should be taken, in line with the ‘responsibility to protect,’ to avert the risk of genocide and ensure the protection of all those at risk of mass atrocities.”He noted that the elements that could lead to genocide such as identity-related conflicts over national, racial and religious affiliation are present in Côte d’Ivoire, which is home to mainly Muslim northerners and mainly Christian southerners as well as numerous ethnicities.“Now it doesn’t mean that when we say these elements are present that we are alleging that genocide is being committed or about to be committed. These for us are indicators of something that could happen and that could escalate,” Mr. Deng said. “Our task therefore is to highlight the concerns for all the relevant UN bodies to respond accordingly and for others, not just within the UN, but internationally.”He added that these should include regional countries and organizations like the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union (AU) working together with the UN.At the same press conference, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on the responsibility to protect, Edward Luck, voiced deep concern at allegations that armed forces and militia groups backing opposing camps in the political crisis are recruiting and arming ethnic groups, and at reports of continuing hate speech that appears aimed at inciting violent attacks against particular ethnic and national groups. Mr. Luck noted that some 25,000 Ivorians have already fled from western Côte d’Ivoire to neighbouring countries and nearly 20,000 others are internally displaced due to ethnic clashes, adding that there is a real risk that such clashes could spread across the country, and if not checked, they could culminate in mass atrocities. “We fear that we are on the brink of something that could be very ugly, very destructive – but we’re not there yet and there’s still time for the parties to show constraint, to back away, particularly from this incitement of further violence,” Mr. Luck said. “So we have not crossed over the precipice yet, but we’re just fearful that we could get there.”In its resolution, the Council authorized the additional troop deployment until 30 June as well as the temporary transfer to UNOCI for four weeks of three armed helicopters from the UN peacekeeping mission in neighbouring Liberia, and warned that those responsible for crimes against UN personnel and civilians must be held accountable.It also extended by four more weeks the temporary redeployment from the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) of three infantry companies and two military utility helicopters sent in connection with the elections, which were meant to be a culminating point in the UNOCI-monitored effort to reunify a country split by a civil war in 2002 into a government-controlled south and a rebel-held north.Mr. Gbagbo has demanded UNOCI’s withdrawal – which the UN has rejected – and his loyalists have launched mounting attacks against the peacekeepers in Abidjan in what Mr. Choi has called “a very, very hostile” situation. The latest incident took place on Monday night, when Gbagbo loyalists opened fire in the direction of UNOCI vehicles in charge of security for the AU emissary, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga.The Council reiterated its authorization for Mr. Choi “to use all necessary means to carry out UNOCI’s mandate, including protection of civilians and to ensure its freedom of movement,” demanded “unhindered and immediate access” for peacekeepers throughout the country, and called for an end to the blockade imposed by Gbagbo forces around the Golf Hotel, in Abidjan, where Mr. Ouattara and members of his government are based under UN protection.Mr. Choi has likened the situation around the Golf Hotel to a “cat and mouse game” with the presidential guard imposing a severe stranglehold while the regular army and the police allow provisions to pass.The Council also demanded “without prejudice to freedom of expression” an immediate halt to the use of media, especially state television under Mr. Gbagbo’s control, “to propagate false information and to incite hatred and violence, including against the UN and particularly UNOCI,” and reiterated its readiness to impose targeted sanctions against those obstructing the UN mission. The UN, AU and ECOWAS have all been trying to resolve the situation, demanding Mr. Gbagbo step down, but it remains deadlocked, with Mr. Gbagbo proposing a power-sharing arrangement, which Mr. Choi has said would be a bad precedent in view of his clear electoral defeat and 18 other elections due in Africa this year. ECOWAS has also mentioned a military option to end the crisis.Meanwhile, the UN and the International Organisation for Migration today launched a flash appeal for $55 million plan to meet the needs of current and projected refugees from Côte d’Ivoire and their host families in Liberia for the next six months. A flash appeal is a unified request for funds by UN agencies responding to a sudden humanitarian crisis.“There is an urgent need to boost the humanitarian response without any delay,” the UN Humanitarian and Resident Coordinator for Liberia, Moustapha Soumare, said. “We should not forget that Liberia is in a post-conflict mode and just emerging from a 14-year civil war with presidential elections coming up very soon.”The $55 million is intended for what is known as the Liberia Emergency Humanitarian Action Plan for 2011, with the largest portion of the appeal – $31 million – being funding sought by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, which has been providing protection and assistance to refugees, including shelter, camp management, and non-food items.Mr. Soumare added that the increasing presence of refugees in Liberia is already putting a strain on the Liberian communities hosting them.Cote 19 January 2011The United Nations today reinforced its nearly 9,000-strong peacekeeping mission in Côte d’Ivoire with extra peacekeepers and helicopters, as senior officials called for urgent action to prevent growing post-electoral violence from degenerating into genocide. read more

NL premier announces inquiry into delayed overbudget Muskrat Falls project

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — The Newfoundland and Labrador government is moving ahead with an official inquiry into the troubled Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, Premier Dwight Ball announced Thursday following repeated calls for a probe into its cost over-runs and delays.Premier Dwight Ball announced the inquiry at a Liberal party fundraising dinner Thursday night, saying a full inquiry is needed because a simple audit would not yield enough information as to why the project became so delayed.Ball said the government is finalizing the terms of reference and other details, including which judge will head the inquiry.“This fall, an inquiry into Muskrat Falls will be officially called,” Ball told the gathering at the St. John’s Convention Centre.He said an inquiry is the best way to answer many questions people have about the soaring costs of the $12.7-billion hydroelectric project, which isn’t expected to generate power until 2020 at the earliest.The cost is about $5 billion higher than when the former Progressive Conservative government approved Muskrat Falls five years ago.The Nalcor Energy-owned project will also provide energy to Nova Scotia through the underwater Maritime Link.Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall took over as head of the Crown corporation last year after the governing Liberals criticized oversight, saying at the time the megaproject was a colossal mistake.Earlier this year, Ball and Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady were told by Marshall and Auditor General Terry Paddon that an inquiry would cause project delays and add unnecessary costs.The megaproject has been beset by protests in Labrador and St. John’s over environmental concerns.Nova Scotia Power also announced recently that customers will get some money back over the next three years as a result of the delays in completing the generating station.The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board gave NSP Maritime Link Inc., a subsidiary of Emera Inc., approval to charge Nova Scotia Power and its customers for costs related to the construction of the Maritime Link.The link is expected to be complete by the end of this year, on time and on budget. read more

BBM for BlackBerry 10 screens leaked

first_imgJust yesterday, leaked slides from a RIM presentation spilled the beans on the all-touch N-Series and QWERTY L-Series phones, both of which will be launching with the QNX-based BlackBerry 10 OS. Today, that same leak has yielded a brief glimpse at what the next major release of RIM’s mobile OS has in store for BBM users.In short, a major overhaul is in the works. As it is on RIM’s current slate of phones, the BBM interface will be customized for touch devices and those with a physical keypad. The default color schemes have been darkened, which RIM claims offers power savings of up to 75% when paired with additional optimizations made with the new phones’ OLED displays in mind. It also looks like attaching photos, videos, and other files will be a snap — thanks to that handy paperclip icon at the left. The obligatory chat bubbles remain intact, but don’t expect RIM to drop the more austere line-separated format. They’re well aware of the fact that many BlackBerry die-hards would rather cram as much text onto the screen as possible than see the puffy balloons.One particularly interesting detail in the image above is the text entry box, which reads “say something.” In another image, the text has been changed to “enter text here.”  The text labels in the slides may simply be an afterthought, of course, but they  could also be an indication that RIM is introducing more robust voice controls. If they want to keep pace with the likes of Apple and Samsung, they’ll need to deliver something special with BlackBerry 10. Launching without an answer to Siri or S-Voice could be a marketing disaster for RIM.via N4BBlast_img read more

Android Market une vingtaine dapplications piégées supprimées

first_imgAndroid Market : une vingtaine d’applications piégées suppriméesAprès que la firme spécialiste de la sécurité Lookout a alerté Google quant au nombre croissant d’applications Android contenant des malwares, le géant de Mountain View a pris le taureau par les cornes. Une vingtaine de logiciels piégés ont en effet été supprimés de l’Android Market. Google a annoncé avoir nettoyé sa boutique d’applications dédiées à son OS mobile, l’Android Market, de 22 applications renfermant des programmes malveillants. Une opération menée après que la société Lookout, spécialisée dans la sécurité d’Android, a alerté le géant de Mountain View, affirmant qu’en seulement six mois, le nombre de malwares s’attaquant à l’OS a doublé. À lire aussiGoogle coupe les ponts avec Huawei : ce que risquent les utilisateurs d’AndroidBaptisée “RuFraud”, l’attaque consiste à envoyer des SMS surtaxés, à l’insu bien sûr de l’utilisateur. Pour qu’il se répande le plus possible, le malware est dissimulé dans certaines des applications les plus téléchargées. Quelque 14.000 personnes auraient été ainsi piégées au moins une fois par ce procédé. Si cette attaque est la plus répandue, il en existe d’autres, comme de fausses applications gratuites de jeux très poupulaires, tels Angry Birds, Assassin’s Creed Revelations ou encore Need for Speed. Pour les éviter, en attendant que Google suive l’exemple d’Apple en contrôlant les applis avant leur mise en ligne, il est recommandé de se méfier des éditeurs inconnus, comme des boutiques non officielles, mais aussi de lire attentivement les conditions d’utilisation avant d’installer une application.Le 16 décembre 2011 à 12:00 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Government Camps start July 1

first_img Bahamas gov’t to assist cultural NGOs with registration Recommended for you Red Cross Gala near sold out Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 30 Jun 2015 – Camp Hype returns again this year for the Summer; the program hosted by the Ministry of Youth sees its first sessions begin on Monday July 6 in Grand Turk and South Caicos. North Caicos and Provo’s camps will be held, beginning July 13. The 2015 Camp Hype theme is “Complete the Task, Right here, Right now.” Tomorrow (July 1) the Red Cross camp welcomes students of the public high schools up to age 17 years for a ten day sleep over where they will be learning about disaster preparedness. And the Cadets have their own summer camp which is also slated for a July 1st start. Minister Akierra Misick who presented these camps in the House of Assembly on June 18th said the Cadets camp is geared to enhancing their skills. Related Items:cadets camp, camp hype, ministry of youth, red cross Remembrance Day to be marked in TCI this weekendlast_img read more

Beej Mahotsav Sri Sri Ravi Shankar helps farmers beat monopoly of firms

first_img Close IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:02/3:37Loaded: 0%0:03Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-3:35?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … Press releaseOver 2,000 farmers met at The Art of Living International Center in Bengaluru to be part of the Beej Mahotsav to exchange knowledge, come together on a common platform, interact, know about desi seed varieties and how growing them can be turned profitable, to beat the monopoly of companies making hybrid seeds.The exhibition was graced by the presence of humanitarian and spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of The Art of Living. Also present, were some of the award-winning farmers and conservationists like Bheem Singh who is a recipient of Krishi Unnati Award from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and conservationists like Rahibai Soma Popere, or ‘Seed Mother’, who was in the BBC list of ‘100 Women of 2018’, who helps other farmers return to native varieties of crops, preparing hyacinth beans for self-help groups.”We are helping farmers to cultivate and preserve these indigenous seeds,” says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, “Agriculture is the backbone of human existence. For any civilisation to prosper, agriculture has to be healthy and sustainable.”Welcoming all the farmers to the Beej Mahotsav, Sri Sri Institute of Agricultural Sciences & Technology Trust chairman Ram Krishna Reddy said, “We have arranged this seed mela exclusively for farmers to share seeds and knowledge. Now, the farmers have to buy and shell out money for seeds (which are mostly hybrid variety) every time they have to sow. To free the farmers from this cycle we are proposing this method of going back to indigenous seed. To encourage them to earn more we are training farmers to grow indigenous seeds and trade between them.”Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has a vision to protect desi breeds of cow and desi seed varieties, and make every farmer in the country happy, prosperous and healthy. In order to fulfil his vision and also to make the desi seeds available to the farmers for the kharif season, the Bheej Mahotsav was organised by SSIAST. Press release”Desi seeds are well suited to local agroclimatic conditions, helpful against pest attacks, disease and are drought resistant,” said SSIAST CEO Venkatesh SR, “Farmer is a rightful owner of the seeds. He is a seed keeper. True empowerment of the farmer lies in having farmers be active participants in the supply chain.”The Art of Living has trained 2.2 million farmers in natural farming method, which is climate resistant, uses multi-cropping, so farmers can still make profits in spite of poor precipitation and provides competitive yields without compromising on the financial and physical health of the farmer. Practising natural farming requires desi seeds. Currently, there are very few reliable sources for getting indigenous seeds.”This is because, unlike hybrid seeds which are a monopoly of a few large companies, desi seeds can be grown and multiplied by anybody and the grower receives nothing for it,” said Dr. Prabhakar Rao, a trustee with SSIAST.The Art of Living is providing the know-how to make desi seeds into a viable business model by developing a royalty model in collaboration with some universities like University of Leeds, Technical University of Munich, Germany, and Heirloom Seed Breeders Association from France.The Mahotsav also offered exchange of knowledge on:Display of method of growing paddy where 2.5 kgs of seeds are used for an acre of land.50 cm by 50 cm – Perumal method – where 250 gms of seeds are used per acre.Bheejamruth preparation – seed treatment by indigenous method to ensure 90% sprouting of seeds.Crop calendarHow to preserve desi Seeds naturally through indigenous methods.center_img [WATCH] Sri Sri Ravishankar becomes the first Indian Spiritual Leader to be invited by the King of an Arab nationlast_img read more

VIDEO New Arizona starter Drew Stanton warmed up in a Supergirl costume

first_imgpic.twitter.com/LES3NAFJuc— ProTipster UK (@ProTipsterEN) October 23, 2017 Drew Stanton ended up in the middle of the action against the Rams when Carson Palmer went down with a broken arm. He’ll also be the starter for the foreseeable future with Palmer possibly done for the year. Stanton was only 5/14 for 62 yards and a pick in the 33-0 blowout loss.Maybe Stanton just didn’t have it, but it’s hard to say he was totally dialed-in because he warmed up for the game in a Supergirl costume, and even did some cartwheels on the field. Aw, that’s cute and silly.Look, the Cardinals have been doing this costume thing for years since Carson Palmer showed up, and it was cool when they were winning the division and one of the top teams in the league. Arizona is 3-4 on the year, and the whole silly costume thing looks immature and dumb on game day. It’s not the reason they lost, but the small details matter.What winning organization does this? I’ll save you the Google search. None.Video of Supergirl/Drew Stanton doing cartwheels, @fearthe_beard11 pic.twitter.com/LIe6UKMpSt— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 22, 2017Here’s some other costumes:VIDEO: Drew Stanton QB challenge before game and then #AzCardinals beat Tampa Bay 38-33 and Rams next up to play in London pic.twitter.com/lOUna9t8i4— azcentral (@azcentral) October 15, 2017last_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterMasterCard and One&Only Resorts have announced an upcoming gourmet experience, An Appetite for Paradise Curated by Neil Perry, to be hosted at One&Only Hayman Island and One&Only Wolgan Valley.Launching this July at the private island sanctuary of One&Only Hayman Island, guests will be able to swim, dive, sail and marvel at the Great Barrier Reef, one of the most complex ecosystems in the world, with over 33,000 species found off the coastline. Numerous exotic inhabitants from flying foxes to cockatoos and kookaburras who also call the tropical island home can be spotted from the shorelines.Venturing on from the Whitsunday’s to a relaxing retreat in the NSW Greater Blue Mountains, the second event will take place at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley this November. Set on its own private 7000-acre carbon-neutral wildlife reserve, the resort combines One&Only ultra-luxury style with a quintessentially Australian bush experience. Guests looking to wind down can simply kick back and take in the incredible surroundings and for those looking for a little adventure, opportunity abounds. Nestled between two of Australia’s most prominent national parks, the magnificent wildlife reserve is just 2.5 hours drive from Sydney.At each world-class destination, Neil Perry AM, the Australian chef behind Rockpool Est. 1989, Rockpool Bar & Grill, Spice Temple and Rosetta Ristorante, is set to host an exclusive five-course degustation dinner. Joined by his award-winning team of executive chefs and sommeliers from the Rockpool Group restaurants, the gastronomic experience will be handcrafted using the finest locally sourced ingredients.Neil Perry comments: “I’m looking forward to creating some spectacular dishes and I’ll be working with my team to design a special degustation experience with food lovers in mind. Given the locations there will be an abundance of fresh seafood on the menu in Hayman Island whilst the native ingredients of the Blue Mountains will inspire the dinner in Wolgan Valley.”The all-inclusive travel packages will also see guests sipping cocktails and sampling canapés prepared by Neil. Unwind in style with a sunset sail around Hayman Island, whilst in Wolgan Valley the ultimate Australian safari awaits.The announcement of the gourmet getaways marks the launch of MasterCard Priceless Cities in Australia. Encouraging people to travel boldly and live every day to the fullest, cardholders can enjoy privileged access to unique experiences and attractive offers to over 40 priceless destinations globally. In addition to ‘An Appetite for Paradise with Neil Perry’, just one of the exciting offers available is a complimentary wine cellar tour and priority-seating for up to four people at the world renowned Rockpool Bar & Grill in Sydney.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

FBME sues own investigators for whistleblowing in Cyprus

first_imgTwo British private investigators are being sued by the owners of FBME Bank for breaking confidentiality after it hired them to help fight money-laundering accusations but instead they blew the whistle to US and Cypriot authorities on alleged criminal activity within the bank, The Times reported on Monday.According to the report, the two former British police officers were hired by the Lebanese owners of Tanzanian-registered FBME Bank, which was operating in Cyprus, and which had its licence revoked by the island’s central bank in December 2015 after US authority FinCen described the lender as a financial institution of primary money laundering concern in July 2014. The Bank of Tanzania revoked FBME’s licence on May 5, 2017 and decided to liquidate the lender.Ayoub-Farid Michel Saab and Fadi Michel Saab, the brothers who owned FBME, hired Nigel Brown and Alec Leighton, both former British police officers, to help the bank fight money-laundering allegations, The Times said.The paper said that the High Court heard the two detectives discovered evidence suggesting serious criminal activity during their internal investigation. They made the allegations, and reported them to authorities in both countries after the bank had failed to pay them £200,000 in outstanding fees.“Mr Brown and Mr Leighton say that their disclosures were justified in the public interest because of the seriousness of the allegations,” the paper said.It added that Steven Kay, QC, representing Brown and Leighton, said that they had been “compelled” to disclose their evidence after going to a lawyer for advice about their unpaid bills. “They were advised by the lawyer that he had to report to the authorities in Cyprus [what they had told him],” he said, according to the newspaper.“[The claimants] would rather this court was tied up in contract law, but this case is about something else. It’s about human beings who were victims of crime as well as the defendants. It doesn’t matter whether [Mr Brown and Mr Leighton’s] motivation was with an unpaid bill. They don’t have to be angels. It’s whether what they reported was in the public interest or not.”According to The Times, the Saab brother “vehemently deny” all allegations of criminality, the court heard.Ayoub-Farid Michel Saab told the court that his business was a “family bank” which did “not attract criminals and crooks”, and that they had processes to deter money laundering.David Allen, QC, representing the Saabs, told the court that the two British detectives were let go because the bank was concerned about the “lack of work” they were producing, and that is why their outstanding fee was not paid.“As soon as that became clear to the defendants, they started disclosing confidential information to various entities including FinCen and several Cypriot authorities,” he said.“Neither FBME nor the claimants have been charged with any criminal activity or behaviour anywhere in the world, and no law enforcement agencies have ever felt the need to levy any criminal charges against the claimants.”The trial continues. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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