TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Woodward willing to push through Man Utd Milenkovic dealby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will discuss a move for Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic with club chief Ed Woodward.The Sun says Milenkovic is a player United have been tracking in a £45million deal.Vice-chairman Woodward views January as a difficult window to get players but is willing to invest for the right deals.And Milenkovic, 21, remains firmly in their plans if a mid-season deal can be struck for the Serbia international.The youngster has impressed in Italy in his two seasons since arriving from Partizan, with Juventus and Atletico Madrid also interested in him.
Jaipur: All six accused in the Pehlu Khan lynching case got the benefit of doubt due to “serious shortcomings” in the police probe, the Alwar court observed while acquitting them on Wednesday. The additional district judge (ADJ) said one such loophole was that their names were not in the statements given by Pehlu Khan and other complainants. Acquitting Vipin Yadav, Ravindra Kumar, Kaluram, Dayanand, Yogesh and Bheem Singh Rathi, the court said they were not identified by the complainants, which needed to be done under Section 161 of the CrPC. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details The court further observed that the accused were identified and charged on the basis of a video but the then investigating officer and Behror SHO, Ramesh Sinsiwar, failed to seize the device used in filming the incident. The court also said Sinsiwar recorded the statement of Pehlu Khan in the hospital but he did not obtain any certificate from the doctor, mentioning whether the victim was in a condition to give the statement. Also, the investigating officer presented the recorded statement to the police station 16 hours later, which was a serious negligence, the court order said. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday Commenting on the probe by then Circle Officer Parmal Singh, who was handed over the case on April 7, 2017, the court said he seized the mobile phone of Ravindra Kumar, allegedly used for making another video clip of the incident, but the device and its memory card were not sent for forensic examination. There was no document on record to validate the ownership of the mobile phone and the man who was presented as an independent witness at the time of seizure also turned hostile, the court observed. Pehlu Khan (55), a resident of Jaisinghpura village in Nuh district in Haryana, was allegedly attacked in the Behror area on Jaipur-Delhi highway in Rajasthan on April 1, 2017. He died during treatment at the hospital two days later. In September 2017, the Rajasthan Police had given a clean chit to six other people–Hukum Chand, Om Prakash, Sudhir Yadav, Rahul Saini, Navin Sharma and Jagmal Yadav–who were named by Pehlu Khan in his statement before death. They were given the clean chit on the basis of photographs, their mobile phone locations and the statement of those present at the crime spot. Commenting on the verdict, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Wednesday that the government would file an appeal against the acquittal in the higher court. “Our government enacted a law against mob lynching in first week of August. We are committed to ensuring justice for the family of the late Pehlu Khan. The state government will file an appeal against the order of the ADJ,” Gehlot tweeted last night. The Behror police had registered seven FIRs in connection with the incident, one for Pehlu Khan’s murder and six for the alleged illegal transportation of bovine. The remaining six cases are at different stages of investigation and trial. The chargesheet against the accused in the lynching case was presented in the court of the Behror ADJ on February 25 last year. The case was later shifted to the Alwar court. Initially, the case was investigated by the then Behror SHO, Ramesh Sinsiwar. Later, it was transferred to the then Circle Officer, Parmal Singh. After that, the case was shifted to the CID-CB at the Jaipur police headquarters.
Mumbai: A case was registered Thursday against Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh president Prakash Ambedkar for allegedly making objectionable remarks against the Election Commission of India (ECI), police said.Ambedkar said at an election rally at Digras in Maharashtra’s Yavatmal district earlier Thursday that he will jail the EC for two days if voted to power. Yavatmal district collector lodged the complaint at Digras Police Station, and a case under IPC sections 503 (criminal intimidation), 505 (statements conducing to public mischief), 189 (threat of injury to public servant) was registered. Ambedkar has formed Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi, an alliance, with Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM for the Lok Sabha elections. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’The state election commission had sought a report from local poll officials on Ambedkar’s speech, Additional chief electoral officer Dilip Shinde had said. Ambedkar, grandson of Dr B R Ambedkar, is himself contesting the Lok Sabha election from Solapur and Akola constituencies. “We have lost 40 soldiers (in Pulwama), but still sitting quiet. We have been asked not to speak on the Pulwama attack. How can the EC gag us? Our Constitution has given us the right to speak. I am not the BJP. If voted to power, we will jail the Election Commission for two days,” Ambedkar said during the rally. When asked about his remarks, Ambedkar said he had made a “general” statement. “I said it in a general sense, but only my comment on the EC was singled out,” Ambedkar said.
The Canadian Press The federal government is asking Canadians how they like their vodka.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has opened consultations on whether to redefine the clear, neutral spirit and open interprovincial trade for innovative craft distillers who want to try something new.Under current rules that haven’t changed in decades, vodka must be made from either grain or potatoes and be filtered through charcoal.A new generation of small-batch distillers are challenging those norms.Some are using everything from milk to grapes, while others are minimizing filtration that removes subtle flavours.Flouting the legal definition makes it tough for them to sell their vodka across provincial boundaries, even though they can export internationally.They say that, historically, vodka was made from whatever a local community had left over from the harvest.The United States and Europe changed their definition of vodka long ago.
Rabat – Following deliberations, this Thursday, September 19, the Court of First Instance in Rabat decided to refuse Hajar Raissouni’s request for temporary release, as reported by several Moroccan news outlets.The Court justified its decision to keep Raissouni in detention on the gravity of the charges against the young journalist, as well as the insufficiency of guarantees presented for her possible release.Read Also: Rabat Court Postpones Raissouni’s Trial to September 23The trial is expected to resume on Monday, September 23. The court intends to examine the requests for “defects of form” presented by Raissouni’s defense team. Raissouni’s lawyer Saad Sahli, present in court, denied the court’s decision, saying that “the hearing will not start before 2 PM and the court has not yet decided on the request of the defense of my client.”“We are waiting like everyone else for the outcome of the deliberations. I do not know where they are holding this information,” he told Moroccan news outlet H24. The 28-year old journalist, who writes for the Arabic-speaking daily Akhbar Al Yaoum, faces up to two years imprisonment. Morocco’s penal code incriminates both sex outside marriage and abortion without imminent danger to the mother’s life.Police arrested Raissouni in Rabat on August 31. They also arrested her Sudanese fiancé, the gynecologist who oversaw the alleged abortion, a nurse, and a secretary. All defendants stood court at the same time.
The average value for the Canadian dollar on Thursday was 78.47 cents US, up 0.31 of a cent from Wednesday.The U.S. dollar was at C$1.2743, down 0.51 of a cent.Pound sterling was at C$1.6482, down 0.05 of a cent, and US$1.2934, up 0.47 of a cent.The Euro was at C$1.4529, down 0.84 of a cent.Quotations provided by the Bank of Canada.
“After so many years of fighting and destruction, people must be able to reclaim their homes and their livelihoods if stability is to hold,” said Justin Bagirishya, World Food Programme (WFP) Representative in Monrovia, the Liberian capital. “This generous donation comes at a crucial time and will undoubtedly help hundred of thousands victims of civil unrest to cope with food shortages.”The civil war killed 200,000 people, displaced at least 1.5 million more and destroyed the country’s agriculture and trade. WFP studies and surveys in collaboration with other UN agencies and the Government show that about 35 per cent of Liberians are undernourished.Nearly a year after Liberia took its first shaky steps toward peace, the country’s condition remains alarmingly fragile. But today the primary threat is not machine guns but destabilization from an economy in tatters. It is in this post-conflict atmosphere, when people are struggling to rebuild their homes and their lives, that food aid plays a critical role in fostering stability, WFP said.Most Liberians cannot grow food or earn money to buy it. “Liberia’s humanitarian needs remain immense,” Mr. Bagirishya said. “But today it is about helping the country rebuild, and it is during this critical period that the international community can help secure the peace.”WFP provides food aid to 320,000 displaced Liberians and 330,000 primary schoolchildren. It also gives food to returned refugees and the malnourished. The agency runs food-for-training and other asset-creation projects for more than 70,000 people. With security slowly being re-established throughout the country, WFP has recently been able to resume its activities in several areas.
LulzSec‘s goodbye message said that their 50-day term had run its course, that they were finished, and that they would lend their support to Anonymous going forward. It’s become apparent that what the group has really done is simply meld back into Anonymous, but their last data dump included some interesting information from law enforcement agencies and gaming companies, two of the group’s favorite targets.Among the data in the last dump were a CSV of over 550,000 Battlefield Heroes beta users, complete with account credentials. Also in the dump are about 50,000 “random gaming forum” accounts which haven’t been specified, but most people assume are EA forum accounts.AdChoices广告EA, in a statement, said that all of the information is outdated and doesn’t pose a threat to players. They said the accounts and credentials are from “an early beta version” of Battlefield Heroes, and reiterated that no personal information about the players behind those accounts were compromised.The dump also included information from the NATO e-Bookshop, a site affiliated with but not operated directly by the alliance. NATO said in their own statement that the site had been shut down and subscribers notified that their information may have been compromised. They went out of their way to point out that the e-Bookshop does not store classified or sensitive information of any type.Also buried in the dump are internal documents from AOL and AT&T, as well as imagery from a defacement of the US Navy’s website. None of the information released in the last dump is as bombastic as some of LulzSec’s prior reveals, but there’s definitely a great deal of data to sift through.It’s also worth noting that some of the data released by LulzSec contained a Trojan. Anonymous went out of their way to defend LulzSec, and said that if there was a Trojan in the data, it came from AT&T that way: they claim that neither they or LulzSec examined the data before releasing it.via PCMag and Joystiq
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Detectives from Victoria’s Police E-Crime Squad arrested a 36-year-old Craigieburn man for tampering with data relating to almost 70,000 traffic infringement notices. The changes were made over a three-week period during February and March by the man but it is unclear what his motives were. Police uncovered the security breaches while investigating allegations that infringement details from 2010 and 2011 had been changed in the systems of a company contracted by Victoria Police to manage speed and red-light camera infringement data. Victorian Police Minister Peter Ryan said the fines were accurate at the time they were issued. ”Any changes allegedly made by this individual occurred after the infringement notices were issued and were subsequently corrected to reflect the original offence,” he told The Age.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Learning is more than facts and figures. Alphington Grammar School assists students in learning the fundamentals of a strong education – showing them how to apply that learning to experiences which give them the skills and abilities to thrive in the world beyond school.Principal Dr Vivianne Nikou explains that “the complexity of modern society and recent world events means that it’s more important than ever for schools to facilitate learning that engages not only the head, but also the heart of each student”. The world ahead for our children is vastly different from the world we navigate each day as parents and teachers. It is impossible to provide them with the exact proficiencies required for the world they will encounter. However, along with the necessary academic competencies, the school is committed to providing them with the skills of life-long learning, resilience and habits of mind that will prepare them for the myriad of opportunities that will come their way.“At the heart of everything we do, it is the engaging relationships that develop within our community that make a real difference. As a small school, we pride ourselves on knowing and understanding our students, their individual needs and their families. We believe that our role as educators is to provide them with meaningful learning opportunities – so that we can inspire them to want to challenge themselves further and be the best they can be,” said Dr Nikou.Whether it be building a life-size igloo from milk bottles in pre-prep or visiting China, Turkey and Greece on the Gateways Program in Year 9 and 10, our staff are committed to creating experiences that enhance the learning in the classroom, and enable students to build on their skills and abilities in a meaningful way. Each student is an individual with a developing sense of self, and seeking to be engaged in their learning journey. The extended opportunities the school offers, across a range of disciplines, will enable them to find experiences that challenge and excite them. To see how Alphington Grammar School puts all of this into action, visit them on the School Open Day on Saturday 19 March from 9.00 am. Scholarships for 2017 are now open. Students entering Year 5, 7 and 10 in 2017 can apply for Academic, Music, Art and Excellence in Greek scholarships. For application details, visit www.alphington.vic.edu.au
The manager believes the Belgian superstar enjoys football way too much and sometimes forgets he needs to deliver results for his teamChelsea’s coach Maurizio Sarri is full of praise for one of his footballers, Eden Hazard, but believes he still needs to work more to be the best.“Hazard is immense and I don’t think even he knows how much he can still improve. I said he could end up in the tight circle of the best three or four players in the world,” Sarri was quoted by Football Italia.“The problem is he plays to enjoy himself and at times doesn’t realize the importance of moving from fun to reaping the rewards. At the end of the day, you’ve got to get the fruits of your labor.”Sacchi explains Sarri, Conte, and Ancelotti Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Arrigo Sacchi talked about how Sarri has a tougher time at Juventus than Conte at Inter; while Ancelotti’s “blood is boiling” at Napoli.Arrigo Sacchi…“Hazard’s approach is positive, but it can become a potential limitation too. He needs to lift his head up, look around and realize there’s a whole world in front of him that he can dictate with his feet for the good of the collective and not just the individual,” he added.“He said such kind words about me, I wasn’t expecting that. His contract expires in 2020, but he’s staying here.”“I was tempted to use Hazard as a center-forward and I might consider it again in future, but it’s not the right time now. We need to believe in Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata,” he concluded.
This prosthetic hand provides a sense of touch Post a comment The Luke arm has 15 years worth of improvements and is now delivering a newfound sense of touch to its wearers. DARPA The latest development in robotic prosthetic technology from the University of Utah has allowed amputee Keven Walgamott to finally wear his wedding ring again. It’s something he hasn’t been able to do since losing his left hand and part of his arm to an electrical accident in 2002, and the moment was a product of a 14-month study published in Science Robotics on Wednesday.In its latest iteration, the motorized “Luke arm” — named for Star Wars hero Luke Skywalker’s robotic limb in The Empire Strikes Back — delivers a sense of touch via electrodes implanted in the wearer’s forearm, and then relaying movement signals to the prosthetic hand. In a release from the University of Utah, Walgamott said his first trial in 2017 “almost put me in tears … it was really amazing. I never thought I would be able to feel in that hand again.” “We changed the way we are sending that information to the brain so that it matches the human body,” said Jacob George, a co-author of the study. “And by matching the human body, we were able to see improved benefits. We’re making more biologically realistic signals.”Earlier versions of the device, initially developed by a research group under the inventor of the Segway, have allowed an Army veteran to go rock climbing again. 1:41 Sci-Tech Wellness 0 Now playing: Watch this: Tags Share your voice
The University of Alaska Board of Regents met on Friday in Juneau. (Photo by Quinton Chandler, KTOO – Juneau)The University of Alaska is in the middle of a year-long review of its academic programs and administration. It’s called Strategic Pathways and is an attempt to save money and make the university system more efficient.“How can we take advantage of our oneness, being ‘The University of Alaska,’ and at the same time take advantage of the unique strengths of our campuses all across the state?” asked University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen in a video on the university website.President Jim Johnsen explains Strategic Pathways at University of Alaska Southeast’s Egan Lecture Hall on Sept. 13. (Photo by Quinton Chandler, KTOO – Juneau)His question strikes at the heart of what university system officials hope Strategic Pathways will accomplish.University spokeswoman Roberta Graham called Strategic Pathways a framework.“The university will review its administrative and academic functions to find where there is the possibility of greater alignment, greater efficiency,” said Graham.She said the goal is to improve students’ experience with the university system and to save money. Because of steep budget cuts and a multibillion-dollar state spending gap, Graham said the university’s board of regents asked President Johnsen to find ways to save money and give students a quality education.The university built teams to study how its academic and administrative areas could be improved. The teams started phase one of their work in late June.Graham said they looked at “the schools of education, engineering and business management. On the administrative side: information technology, intercollegiate athletics, research administration and procurement.”The teams’ developed options for the board of regents to consider during its latest two-day meeting in Juneau. The board chose the options they liked and now, new teams will consider how to bring those into fruition.For example, the University of Alaska will move to a single college of education with one dean for the entire state — rather than three.University of Alaska Southeast Chancellor Rick Caulfield listens to President Jim Johnsen’s presentation in the Egan Lecture Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. (Photo by Quinton Chandler, KTOO – Juneau)University of Alaska Southeast Chancellor Rick Caulfield hopes the regents choose his school.“The location of that dean or the location of the lead university for that has not yet been determined,” Caulfield said. “Southeast has long been a leader in that area and we’ll see how that conversation unfolds. It’ll be the president’s recommendation in the end to the board of regents.”University officials said the regents adopted Johnsen’s recommendation for UAS to continue offering its bachelor’s of administration and master’s of public administration programs online.Caulfield said, “What is proposed for change is that we would combine what’s now in our school of management into our school of arts and sciences. We would consolidate the administrative side of things, but maintain those important programs.”Graham said phase two of the Strategic Pathways review will begin in October. Teams will consider a new set of areas to reform. There will be a third phase during the winter, and the entire process is scheduled to end with a final presentation to the board of regents in June 2017.The university also considered reorganizing to hold one accreditation instead of three in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau.Graham explained that an accreditation is “sort of the stamp of the academic approval of a university’s curriculum and a university’s course offerings and that they are up to the standards of the accrediting body – which in our case is the northwest regional accrediting body.”She’s unsure how a single accreditation would have changed the university system’s organizational structure. In any case, the board of regents put the option on hold.“I believe the regents felt that it was just a bit too much at this time because it is such a complicated and time-consuming process,” Graham said.The university also released a report that concluded a single accreditation probably wouldn’t save a significant amount of money, improve student experiences or improve academic performance, like some hoped.Graham said the university is placing its bet on Strategic Pathways for now, but a single accreditation is still an option for the future.
Vijayawada: A three-day Rufflez lifestyle exhibition was inaugurated at the A-Convention centre here on Thursday. The exhibition is being organised to showcase a wide range of collections from some of the niche and top-notch designers from across the country for the women, especially, during the auspicious Shravana masam. The exhibition will witness 70+ designers showcasing more than 10,000 designs custom-made for the denizens. The denizens can find dazzling jewellery, designer saris, dress materials, sensational trousseau, lifestyle upholstery, accessories and a lot more, said exhibition organizer Manjulatha.The exhibition will be open from 10 AM to 9 pm.
Eid-ul-Azha, one of the largest religious festivals of the Muslims, is being celebrated amid much festivity and religious fervour all over the capital on Monday.The main thoroughfares of Dhaka city were decorated with the national flag and banners inscribed with ‘Eid Mubarak’ in Bangla and Arabic. Public buildings were illuminated on the occasion.Jatiya Eidgah hosted the largest congregation of Eid-ul-Azha prayers in the morning while city corporation cleaners started clearing sacrificial animals’ waste on Eid day.The joy of Eid celebration has been marred as dengue outbreak has been continuing and 981 more patients admitted to Dhaka city hospitals in past 24 hours..2 year and 9 month-old girl Ariba, hospitalised in a Dhaka hospital with dengue fever, expresses her joy after getting her Eid dress on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Dipu Malakar .Teenage Mostafa, who lost his right hand in an accident last year, sells toys in front of Sholakia Eidgah Maidan in Kishoreganj on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Tafsilul Aziz.A girl says her Eid prayers in Rajshahi’s Sagarpara on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Sabina Yesmin .An elderly person being carried on a wheelchair to an Eid congregation in Sylhet on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Anis Mahmud.On-duty policeman offers his munajat during Eid prayers on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Hasan Raja .BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia’s relatives go to meet her at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Monday. Photo: Syful Islam.Muslims attend Eid prayers at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque in Dhaka on 12 August, 2019. Photo: AFP.Muslims try to restrain a bull for sacrifice during Eid-ul-Azha in Dhaka on 12 August, 2019. Photo: AFP.Two boys exchange greetings after Eid-ul-Azha prayers in Dhaka on 12 August, 2019. Photo: UNB.People of all ages throng the Eidgah in Dhaka on Monday on 12 August, 2019. Photo: UNB.2 year and 9 month-old girl Ariba, hospitalised in a Dhaka hospital with dengue fever, smiles after getting her Eid dress on 12 August, 2019. Photo: Dipu Malakar
During a police involved shooting on Feb. 7 a suspect died after being shot.The incident took place at the intersection of Monroe Street and Frederick Avenue around 3:00 p.m.Police canvas the scene after an unnamed suspect was shot by an officer. (Baltimore Police Department)The suspect was transported to Shock Trauma where he died from his injuries.Baltimore City Police spokesman, TJ Smith, stated the suspected, 18, was released from prison on Feb. 6 on felony drug and gun charges.Smith also says the suspect has been arrested twice in the past month with a handgun.“It’s really despicable because it’s putting our officers’ lives at risk and our citizens in harm’s way,” said Smith at a news conference.A handgun was found at the scene.No other injuries have been reported at this time and the suspect has not been ID’d pending family notification.
appointmentsAPTMS Samantha Langton has joined Asia Pacific Travel Marketing Services (APTMS) as Business Development Manager QLD/WA, from Uniworld, where she was Sales Manager for the past year. In her new role, Langton will be responsible for a portfolio that includes Aqua-Aston Hotels and Resorts, Discover Hawaii Tours, Alamo Rent-A-Car and Warner Bros Studio Tours Hollywood. She will also assist with global DMC partners for Asia and Europe. “Sam is a very well known and loved personality within the travel trade. Her experience in understanding the vast network of travel agents, wholesalers, and key industry players made it a very easy decision to bring her into the fold,” said APTMS Managing Director Kylee Kay. “This is a great talent acquisition for APTMS. I’m really looking forward to working closely with Sam to expand our reach throughout Queensland and beyond”.
Building permits increased an annual 27 per cent in the first quarter and 30 per cent in terms of construction area and value, to 378,933 square meters and €410.4m respectively, driven by investment in commercial projects, the statistical service said.The construction area of housing projects that received a building permit in the first three months of the year rose 17 per cent, to 303,716 square meters while their value rose 23 per cent, to €305.8m, compared to the respective period last year, Cystat said in a statement on Wednesday. The permits concern 808 detached houses, up 16 per cent, and 244 residential units with two or more homes, up 19 per cent.Building permits for commercial projects more than doubled in the first quarter, to 74,653 square meters, while their value rose an annual 79 per cent, to €85.6m, Cystat said. The increase was mainly on a sevenfold rise in the construction area of wholesale and retail trade buildings, to 24,640, whose value almost tripled to €22.3m. Building permits for hotels and other related buildings rose an annual 48 per cent, to 12,238 square meters and 123 per cent, to €24.8m respectively.Building permits are considered an important leading economic indicator.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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