Russia’s World Cup organising committee has confirmed that the Moscow police has detained seven Argentinian fans who were filmed fighting with two Croatian fans when their national teams played each other at the FIFA World Cup 2018 on Thursday.”According to the information the Local Organising Committee received from public security authorities of Nizhny Novgorod, seven Argentinians were detained after the match between Argentina and Croatia,” an organising committee spokesman said in written comments to Reuters.”The matter is now with the judicial authorities to judge the matter in line with the governing laws.”Argentina fans beat up Croatian supporters at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium after the two-time world champions were crushed 3-0.FIXTURES | POINTS TABLEIn a video which went viral on social media, several others could also be seen coming to the rescue of the Croat, who lay helplessly on the ground. Some Argentine fans shouted “no” and tried to break up the fight.FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 FULL COVERAGEThe fight was quickly broken when a woman intervened. The Nizhny Novgorod police said there were “no significant violations of law and order” after the match.Argentina vs. Croatia..21/06/2018. #WorldCup #ARG #CRO pic.twitter.com/uOGEbBNxMcTheRealCasuals (@Real_Casuals_66) June 22, 2018FIFA said they were shocked with the incident which would have left a sour taste on the mouths of the Croats after a memorable win.”FIFA firmly condemns the behaviour of these so-called fans and reiterates that violence has no place in football,” the spokesperson said.Argentina’s test after worst group stage defeat in World Cups in 60 yearsadvertisementNearly 10,500 Argentine fans and 5,000 Croatia fans attended the match on Thursday. According to some media reports, angry Argentine fans also spitted at manager Jorge Sampaoli and hit him in the head with a bottle.Lionel Messi endured another failure as Argentina were crushed 3-0 by Croatia, who qualified for the round of 16 after their second straight victory.Messi was again largely anonymous as Croatia kept him out of the game while, at the same time, taking all their opportunities to ensure a joyful triumph in front of 43,319 spectators at the picturesque stadium on the banks of the Volga.The win thanks to goals from Ante Rrebic, Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic followed a 2-0 success against Nigeria in their opening game at the weekend and was a reminder of the quality of a team who attracted little attention ahead of the finals.World Cup 2018: Argentina left in tears as Croatia create historyThe last time Croatia reached the World Cup knockout phase was in 1998 when they finished the tournament in third place.Diego Maradona, who watched from the stands, was in tears as Argentina suffered their worst defeat in the group stages in the World Cup in 60 years.(With Reuters inputs)
Transfers Neymar out, Paulinho and Dembele in – Xavi admits Barca could have ‘signed better’ Last updated 2 years ago 01:34 9/2/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Transfers Barcelona Ousmane Dembélé Primera División The Camp Nou legend has been underwhelmed by transfer business in Catalonia, with players brought in that do not fit the club’s football model Xavi believes Barcelona have strayed from their footballing philosophies and should have “signed better” in recent transfer windows.The La Liga giants once boasted a side brimming with the world’s top talent, but the Camp Nou icon fears they are now plugging holes with players that are not of the required standard.Barca 13/2 to win the Champions League Article continues below Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘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 Barca were rocked by the record-breaking €222 million sale of Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, with Paulinho and Ousmane Dembele among those brought in.Xavi says the club needs to get back to finding “the best”, with greater emphasis placed on the nurturing of hot prospects through the famed La Masia academy system.The World Cup winner told Marca: “Barca still play really good football but they could have signed better.”They’ve fallen asleep because five or six years ago they had the best players in the world for Barca’s system. Now, for that system, they have five or six players: [Andres] Iniesta, [Jordi] Alba, [Lionel] Messi, [Gerard] Pique, Luis Suarez, [Sergio] Busquets.”But Barca should have 11 for that system. Before, you wouldn’t see anyone play and say: ‘He’d be good at Barca.’ That’s because they were already there. They have signed players that don’t fit that system.”The academy has to be strengthened. If there are doubts, look at what you have in-house. In Barca’s best era, at least 60 percent of the players came from the academy.”Barca saw arch-rivals Real Madrid secure domestic and European dominance in 2016-17 as they swept to La Liga and Champions League crowns.Wrestling back the initiative will take time, with Barca opening another new era under Ernesto Valverde, but Xavi believes it is still too early to write them off.He added: “Patience [is needed].”In the year of our Treble, everyone wanted Luis Enrique out in January. Madrid won I don’t know how many games in a row. They seemed invincible, but they lost in Valencia and then again at home and we ended up winning three trophies.”The beauty of football is that you never know. With [Pep] Guardiola, I had a feeling of superiority on the pitch that I’ve not felt since, but of the four Champions Leagues that we deserved to win, we only won two.”Madrid are a winning team at the moment, they have that habit of winning. The feeling is that they’re a much more established team and that Barca are beginning a new era, but that doesn’t mean to say they can’t win La Liga.”Barca opened the new campaign with a Super Cup defeat to Real but have responded to that setback by collecting back-to-back wins in La Liga without conceding a goal.
Ex-Leicester striker Tony Cottee: This club going placesby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Leicester City striker Tony Cottee believes his old club is “going places”.Cottee is impressed by the changes the Foxes has made over the years.He said, “I think it’s certainly a club that’s going places. “I had the pleasure of going to the training ground recently and seeing how they’ve improved the training ground with a new training ground to come next year. There’s not been too many pennies held back with that, there’s a lot of money gone into the infrastructure of the Football Club and big plans for the stadium.“Looking at the pitch here, I’m a little bit jealous, I’ve got to be honest! I’d love to be at the Club now and playing in what are great times for the Club. I had the privilege of playing 20 years ago with a great squad of players.“You look at the squad that’s here now and how the Club is for the present. The past is all well and good, but you have to make sure the present and the future is in good hands and I think it is.“We all know what happened three years ago and the wonderful season that Leicester had. I’m looking to the present and the future and I think it’s a really, really good squad of players and an excellent manager who’s forward-thinking and wants to take the Club onto the next level.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Arsenal boss Emery unconcerned about Nketiah at Leeds: I respect Bielsaby Freddie Taylor5 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal manager Unai Emery is unconcerned about Eddie Nketiah’s loan at Leeds United.The 20-year-old striker has struggled for game time at Elland Road this season.”Now is not the moment, we are in October,” said the Spaniard. “He is in Leeds and I respect the coach and his decision.”Firstly I respect his coach (Marcelo Bielsa) and his decision. I think he is going to play more. He is going to deserve it.”Each match he plays with Leeds and the national team is important for him and important for Arsenal also because we want him to get confidence and take experience and use it in the future for us.”He is doing it. He is maybe playing less than we want, but I am sure he will play more.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
TUSCALOOSA, AL – OCTOBER 24: A general view of Bryant-Denny Stadium during the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Tennessee Volunteers at on October 24, 2009 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Former Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver ArDarius Stewart found himself in some serious trouble on Thursday morning. Stewart was reportedly arrested in Tuscaloosa County on Thursday morning and faces criminal charges.According to WBRC, Stewart was arrested and charged with carrying a pistol without a license after his truck was pulled over by police. Per the report, police searched the vehicle after pulling Stewart over and found two handguns as well as a duffel bag with marijuana.The duffel bag reportedly belonged to the truck’s passenger, Demarcus Marshall, who was himself arrested and charged with marijuana possession. The two men were reportedly taken to Tuscaloosa County Jail.Former UA, NFL wide receiver Ardarius Stewart arrested in Tuscaloosa https://t.co/gHB3m7DjwK pic.twitter.com/rIsMLwIckQ— ABC 33/40 News (@abc3340) April 11, 2019Stewart rose to fame as a member of the Crimson Tide from 2014 to 2016.He finished second in receiving yards for Alabama behind Calvin Ridley in 2015. The following year he led the team in receiving yards with a career-high 864 yards and eight touchdowns.But Stewart’s college excellence did not translate to the NFL.After being drafted in the third round by the New York Jets in 2017, Stewart signed a four-year, $3.25 million deal. In his rookie season, he had 13 touches for 109 yards from scrimmage and a handful of kickoff returns.Prior to the 2018 season, Stewart was suspended two games for a performance-enhancing substance violation. Upon returning from his suspension, the Jets cut him.Stewart spent the remainder of the 2018 season on practice squads for the Oakland Raiders and Washington Redskins.He was cut by Washington at the start of the 2019 offseason.[WBRC]
From January to April, the province welcomed four per cent fewer visitors compared to 2010. However, room nights sold were up five per cent. Air travel was up by eight per cent, while road travel to the province decreased by eight per cent. “We are pleased with the increases in accommodations and air travel to the province, though poor spring weather conditions likely impacted the number of visitors travelling to Nova Scotia by road,” said Percy Paris, Minister of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism. “We are reaching out to our largest markets through innovative marketing campaigns, such as My Nova Scotia, to attract more visitors to the province this summer, and to continue to build Nova Scotia’s tourism industry.” In April, visitors to Nova Scotia increased by one per cent overall compared to last year. Air travel was up by three per cent, while road travel remained flat. Domestic travel to the province is down four per cent year to date. Visits from Western Canada increased by 16 per cent, while visits from Atlantic Canada and Quebec decreased by six per cent and visits from Ontario fell by one per cent. Visits from the United States are down seven per cent year to date compared to last year, though increases are noted for both March and April compared to 2010. Visits from other international markets have been up consistently for the first four months of 2011, with a total increase of 27 per cent over the same period last year. Tourism statistics vary across the province. Detailed results can be found at www.gov.ns.ca/econ/tourism/research/latest-activity-updates.asp. Nova Scotia’s comprehensive system for reporting monthly tourism statistics includes counting non-resident overnight visitors at all entry points to the province and gathers the number of room nights sold from licensed accommodation operators. Tourism is an important contributor to Nova Scotia’s economy. In 2008, the industry employed more than 31,000 people and generated revenues of $1.82 billion.
Panaji: The Congress on Thursday questioned Chief Minister Pramod Sawant’s resolve to rein in offshore casinos from dumping sewage into the Mandovi river off Panaji, in which the vessels are parked. Addressing a press conference in Panaji, state Congress President Girish Chodankar also said, that casino industry was under-reporting the number of patrons who visit the gambling facilities, which annually causes a loss of Rs 5,000 crore to the state exchequer. Also Read – Over 62.71 lakh pilgrims have visited Vaishno Devi this year “The Chief Minister can warn a biker to not pollute a river with ‘nirmalya’ (flowers offered to God), but has no stern words for the offshore casinos who are dumping sewage into the Mandovi river,” Chodankar said. “He can tell the poor not to pollute, but does not have the guts to tell the powerful casino lobby. He probably knew that randomly cautioning an ordinary person from dumping flowers could give him publicity.” The state Congress president was referring to Sawant’s Twitter post on Wednesday, in which he had uploaded a video of him stopping his convoy to caution a person dumping ‘nirmalya’ into a river. The post had gone viral on social media. Also Read – Man gets life term for raping minor daughter-in-law Chodankar also criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state for taking a U-turn on the casino issue. “The BJP was opposing casinos initially, late Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar even threatened to finish off the industry. But now they are defending it, calling it integral to tourism,” Chodankar said. “Casinos have complete control over Goa. Every MLA has been given an ATM. Chief Minister is managed by casinos.” The state Congress President also alleged that the casino industry was depriving the state exchequer of Rs 5,000 crore annually by under-reporting its footfalls. “They are only showing 10 per cent entry of patrons. 90 per cent activity on casino is illegal. Most of the transactions including buying of gambling chips is in cash and not accounted for. There is a revenue loss of Rs. 5,000 revenue loss every year,” Chodankar said. There are six operational offshore casinos and nearly a dozen onshore casinos in Goa. The state government earns a percentage of the entry fee charged by the casinos to each individual patron, but Chodankar said, that there was not a single official to oversee and count how many gamblers visit a particular casino on any given day.
New Delhi: Petrol price will be hiked by over Rs 2.5 per litre and diesel by more than Rs 2.3 after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Friday raised taxes on the fuels to part-fund her Budget for 2019-20.Sitharaman raised excise duty and road and infrastructure cess on the auto fuels by Rs 2 per litre each to raise over Rs 28,000 crore. Post considering local sales tax or value-added tax (VAT), which is charged after adding central excise duty on base price, the increase in petrol price would be over Rs 2.5 per litre and that on diesel would be Rs 2.3. On Friday, a litre of petrol costs Rs 70.51 in Delhi and Rs 76.15 in Mumbai. Diesel is priced at Rs 64.33 a litre in Delhi and Rs 67.40 per litre in Mumbai.
Washington DC: NASA scientists, including one of Indian origin, have found that the International Space Station (ISS) is teeming with bacteria and fungi, creating a microbial environment in the orbital laboratory similar to gyms and hospitals on Earth and putting astronauts at health risk. Scientists created a comprehensive catalogue of the bacteria and fungi found on surfaces inside the ISS. Knowledge of the composition of the microbial and fungal communities on the ISS can be used to develop safety measures for NASA for long-term space travel or living in space, the US space agency said in a statement. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US”Specific microbes in indoor spaces on Earth have been shown to impact human health. This is even more important for astronauts during spaceflight, as they have altered immunity and do not have access to the sophisticated medical interventions available on Earth,” said Kasthuri Venkateswaran, from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in the US. “In light of possible future long-duration missions, it is important to identify the types of microorganisms that can accumulate in the unique, closed environments associated with spaceflight, how long they survive and their impact on human health and spacecraft infrastructure,” said Venkateswaran, corresponding author of the study published in the journal Microbiome. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsThe researchers found that microbes on the ISS were mostly human-associated. The most prominent bacteria were Staphylococcus (26 per cent of total isolates), Pantoea (23 per cent) and Bacillus (11 per cent). They included organisms that are considered opportunistic pathogens on Earth, such as Staphylococcus aureus (10 per cent of total isolates identified), which is commonly found on the skin and in the nasal passage, and Enterobacter, which is associated with the human gastrointestinal tract. On Earth, they are predominant in gyms, offices, and hospitals, which suggests that the ISS is similar to other built environments where the microbiome is shaped by human occupation. “Whether these opportunistic bacteria could cause disease in astronauts on the ISS is unknown. This would depend on a number of factors, including the health status of each individual and how these organisms function while in the space environment,” said Aleksandra Checinska Sielaff, from JPL. “Regardless, the detection of possible disease-causing organisms highlights the importance of further studies to examine how these ISS microbes function in space,” said Checinska Sielaff. Some of the microorganisms identified on the ISS have also been implicated in microbial induced corrosion on Earth. However, the role they play in corrosion aboard the ISS remains to be determined, the researchers said. They used traditional culture techniques and gene sequencing methods to analyse surface samples collected in eight locations on the ISS, including the viewing window, toilet, exercise platform, dining table and sleeping quarters, during three flights across 14 months. This allowed them to examine if and how the microbial and fungal populations differed between locations and over time. Researchers found that while fungal communities were stable, microbial communities were similar across locations but changed over time.
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today urged donors meeting in Norway to continue supporting sustainable development in East Timor beyond its independence, which is scheduled for next May.“We look to the donor community again today because much remains to be done in East Timor,” Mr. Annan told participants in Oslo for the fifth Donors’ Conference for East Timor. “Institutions are fragile. Poverty is widespread. The situation of an estimated 60,000 East Timorese refugees has yet to be resolved.”The Secretary-General said that with timely, targeted investments, East Timor could increase its agricultural production, profitably export fish and coffee, and generate revenue from oil and gas to boost long-term growth. “But for all this to happen, East Timor will need donors to stay for the long haul,” he said. “I urge you to remain engaged.”Also today in Oslo, the Secretary-General and his wife, Nane, were awarded the Torstein Dale Norwegian Red Cross Prize. They received the honour, which recognizes humanitarian work, during a meeting with representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).In his address, Mr. Annan paid tribute to the key role played by NGOs, who he said “have long experience in advocacy on issues ranging from human rights and the environment to development and disarmament.” In that connection, he stressed the importance of the International Conference on Financing for Development, to be held next March in Monterrey, Mexico, and the World Summit on Sustainable Development, to take place next September in Johannesburg.During subsequent high-level talks with Norwegian officials, including the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister, Mr. Annan discussed Afghanistan, the Middle East and other pressing issues. The Secretary-General and Mrs. Annan also attended a performance by Oslo school children on war and peace. “The work for peace begins with every one of us,” he said, thanking the children. “I hope that every day, you will keep picturing the world as you would wish it to be, and work to make that dream a reality.”
Briefing the Security Council, via video conference, Jeremiah Mamabolo the head of the AU-UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) also said there was “continuing concern” voiced by displaced civilians (IDPs) over continued attacks and harassment, the destruction of farms, land occupation and livestock theft.“UNAMID continues to focus on early warning, preventive measures, capacity-building and efforts to address the root causes of conflicts,” he said.The Mission was established in 2007 following a brutal civil war that broke out in 2003 and led to the deaths of tens of thousands of Darfuris and the displacement of nearly two million civilians, amidst allegations of ethnic cleansing of non-Arabs. Widespread atrocities, including murder and rape were reported in the fighting between Sudanese Government troops and militias and other armed rebel groups.Mr Mamabolo told Council Members that on the humanitarian front, aid agencies continue to provide assistance to people in need, despite limited funding and problems accessing some affected areas.Drawing attention to the importance of upholding the highest principles of human rights, the senior UN official noted a decrease in new cases of human rights violations and abuses in the areas the Mission is responsible for.Some 134 new cases involving 304 victims were documented by UNAMID during the current reporting period, compared to 169 cases involving just 508 victims in the period 16 February-10 June, he said, noting that most violations were reported in and around internally displaced persons (IDP) camps.“Our focus should be on building the capacity of the Government of Sudan to deal squarely with these challenges and to discharge its primary responsibility of protecting civilians and IDPs, providing security, addressing lack of confidence in reporting cases to authorities and lack of adequate law enforcement authorities and inability to provide basic social services.”In his briefing, Mr. Mamabolo also told the 15-member Council that the Mission has embarked on its reconfiguration and drawdown, and is in the process of relocating its headquarters from El Fasher to Zalingei.Alongside the reduction of military personnel at the Mission, the process is being finalized to reduce civilian staff – both national and international, he added. In addition, ten team sites are slated for closure by the end of the year and three sector headquarters by June next year.“We continue to monitor the impact on the security situation and protection of civilian in areas from which UNAMID has withdrawn. So far, we have not witnessed any adverse impact,” he said.
Shadow Education Secretary, Angela Rayner Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Headteachers are leaving the profession in droves The career breaks are aimed at rewarding dedicated teachers for their hard work, and funding an activity that would aid their professional development.The move comes after the public accounts committee warned of a “growing sense of crisis” in teacher retention.A study by the National Foundation for Educational Research published last year found that lower retention rates were common among schools with poor Ofsted ratings or schools that were part of large multi-academy trusts (MATs). Headteachers who had been in post for two or more years were most likely to leave following an unfavourable inspection.The vast array of lucrative career options available to former heads such as education consultants or chief executives of academy chains has also contributed to the rise, experts have said. Angela Rayner MP, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, blamed the Government for “making it impossible for our schools to keep the leadership they need”. She said: “Despite the incredible work they do across the country, headteachers face rising workloads and falling pay.” James Bowen of the National Association of Headteachers (NAHT), the biggest union for primary school leaders, said: “When the system is causing this many leaders to walk away, something needs to change.“Changes to how schools are held to account over the last decade have seen ever-increasing pressure placed on school leaders.”A Department for Education spokesperson said that teaching continues to be an “attractive career”, adding: “We recognise, however that recruitment and retention can be difficult so will continue to invest in the sector to help attract the best and brightest into teaching.” Headteachers are leaving the profession in droves, as official figures show that almost a third of school leaders are now leaving within three years of taking up the post.Of the secondary school headteachers aged under 50 who were appointed in 2013, 31 per cent had left by 2016. One in five primary school headteachers quit their posts over the same time period, data from the Department for Education (DfE) reveals.The number of school leaders departing within three years has increased since 2011 when the DfE report’s analysis of retention began.On Saturday, delegates at the National Association of Headteachers (NAHT) annual conference in Liverpool passed a motion which noted their “alarm” at the “huge amount of public money” that is wasted through training up teachers who leave the profession just a few years after starting.This week Education Secretary Damian Hinds announced that long-serving teachers will be offered paid one-year sabbaticals.
Dear Editor,The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers (GAWU) saw in the October 18 dailies a full page advertisement by the Ministry of Finance informing that the Minister Winston Jordan would be seeking Parliamentary approval for monies to settle the outstanding severance payments to the thousands of sugar workers the Government laid off since it came to office.Such an advertisement we gather is an expensive venture and is yet another demonstration of how our people’s monies are used now-a-days. Minister Jordan who, it seems, is smiling from ear to ear tells workers not to be fooled and that they would soon be paid. While the GAWU is happy, even at this very late stage, that the workers, who desperately need their monies, will be paid expectedly with interest. At the same time, we feel constrained to point out that the effort is coming along at a time close to the November 12 Local Government Elections and additionally we wish to note that the Minister is not doing the workers any favours as he wants to make it seem.The fact that the Government is moving to secure funds to settle its indebtedness to the workers is not because of magnanimity but because of a sustained struggle which kept the matter in the air.Over the last months, the nation has been moved by the sad situations workers and their families now find themselves in. The workers themselves have taken part in picketing exercises and marches.The Union has sought judicial intervention to having the Government respect the laws of our land, which, we cannot fail to re-collect the attorneys representing GuySuCo sought to have dismissed on frivolous grounds.Fraternal union bodies abroad have also condemned the Government’s actions with UNIFOR’s International Director, just weeks ago, telling the media that in Canada such acts would have seen the perpetrators behind bars.Also, we cannot forget that several allies who, on many occasions, have drawn attention to what can only be described as a shameful crime against the workers and their families.So while the Minister wants to appear to beat his own drum, he and his colleagues have committed one of the gravest assaults on the workers, first putting them out of a job and then denying them their lawful payments for a prolonged period contrary to our country’s laws.At the end of the day, had the Government not been denounced as it deserves, in our view, the machinations and the face-saving maneuvers now being employed would have not been pursued at this time.Today, while the Administration seeks to redeem itself in the eyes of the sugar workers and come into their good graces, after creating painful wounds and then rubbing pepper in them, we wish to tell the Minister and the Government that it cannot fool the workers as it ignominiously seeks to do now with advertisements, flyers and other propaganda material. Yours faithfully,Seepaul NarineGeneral SecretaryGAWU Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGAWU to Govt: Cut down on unnecessary spending and give public servants a bonusNovember 22, 2017In “latest news”LETTER: Response to Ramjattan’s false claims on sugarFebruary 27, 2019In “latest news”GAWU says it is anticipating meeting with President over future of sugar industryJanuary 11, 2018In “latest news”
Powerscreen, one of the world’s leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, launches the new Warrior 1400X screen. Damian Power, Powerscreen Global Product Director said: “The new Powerscreen® Warrior 1400X offers improved performance, lower operating costs, and easier serviceability while building on the reliable foundation of our class-leading Warrior 1400 scalper.” It has been designed with economy in mind, with reduced engine running speed and enhanced hydraulics, the 1400X offers a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 15% in comparison to its predecessor. This can translate into a substantial financial saving for customers over the lifetime of the machine.Improved versatility and design specifications are other key achievements of the Warrior 1400X, with the screening angle range widening of 13°-19°. Standard stockpiling capacity on all conveyors has increased by up to 25%. With the chassis riser option and the telescopic side conveyor option, the fines and mid-grade stockpiling capacity is increased to more than double that of a standard Warrior 1400.Time required for set-up and shutdown is faster than the previous model, which will be of particular benefit to contractors. Serviceability features include a class leading screen box raise function and the unique ability to raise the collection conveyor. Optimal chute design in conjunction with the new feeder under-tray slide-out feature will minimise any potential spillage and reduce any harmful material build-up around the machine.The Warrior 1400X now boasts improved mobility with a two speed tracking system as standard. The high speed mode is further enhanced with automatic engine speed ramp-up making the 1400X the fastest tracked machine in its range.The Warrior 1400X can be fitted with either a Tier 3 / Stage 3A Caterpillar C4.4 ATAAC – four-cylinder diesel engine developing 90 kW at 1,800 rpm, or a Tier 4i / Stage 3B Caterpillar C4.4 – four-cylinder diesel engine developing 82 kW at 1,800 rpm.
Adam Lallana recently made a shock bet as he claimed he is expecting Georgina Wijnaldum to net at least one goal against the defending champions Real Madrid at tonight’s final clash of the Champions League.Just hours before the official start of Liverpool’s biggest game in quite a few years, Adam Lallana made a shocking claim.“The man with the perfect smile,” Lallana joked when asked who is he expecting to be the eventual hero of the night from the English side, according to the Express.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“He’s a big game player. He arrived with goals in big games.”“Don’t be surprised if he pops up with a cheeky goal in the final.”Real and Liverpool have been able to score a total of 70 goals, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane leading the charts. However, despite the good record, Liverpool will need to be really focused as they are far from used to playing games of such importance.
In yet another big-ticket purchase in the country’s real estate sector, Pune-based business tycoon Cyrus Poonawalla has bagged the iconic Lincoln House in Mumbai for a staggering price of Rs 750 crore.The deal is said to be the biggest ever property sale in the financial hub of the country. Located in the Breach Candy area of south Mumbai, the Lincoln House was owned by the US government and had housed its consulate for decades.The property, which was put up for sale by the US government for a massive price of Rs 850 crore in 2011, failed to find any takers until Poonawalla evinced interest in buying the sea-facing house that is built on two acres.”No builder was interested to buy Lincoln House,” Poonawalla told The Times of India.”There is no development potential on the plot because of its heritage value and other restrictions. So developers backed out,” he said.Built by the Maharaja of Wankaner in 1938, the Lincoln House currently comes under Grade III heritage category. The property was known as Wankaner House before the US renamed it as the Lincoln House in 1957 when it took the building on lease to house its consulate.Poonawalla said his family did not rope in any global property consultant or broker to clinch the deal.”The negotiations were initiated by my son Adar,” he said.Poonwalla is the country’s 11th richest person having a net worth of $6.6 billion (about Rs 43,700 crore) in 2015, according to Forbes.He is the chairman of the Pune-based Serum Institute, the country’s largest drug maker for snake bites, founded in 1966.The Lincoln House sale comes just within a week after noted industrialist Aditya Birla bought Jatia House in the city for Rs 425 crore.
Stay on target White House Bans Personal Phones in the West WingTry Not to Lose ‘World’s Smallest’ Fully Functional Mobile Phone The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) wants to help people decrease their exposure to radio-frequency energy emitted from cell phones.Potential exposure allegedly emitted, that is.While many folks are concerned mobile phone radiation will cause cancer or other serious issues, the jury is still out on the actual risks of radiofrequency (RF) energy.Cell phones emit low RF levels (in the microwave frequency range), which have not conclusively been linked to health problems.“Whereas high levels of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue),” according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, “exposure to low-level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects.”Nevertheless, California health professionals are taking a stand against long-term, high-use exposure to the energy emitted by cell phones.“We know that simple steps, such as not keeping your phone in your pocket and moving it away from your bed at night, can help reduce exposure for both children and adults,” CDPH director and state public health officer Karen Smith said in a statement.New guidance, published last week, recommends a number of precautions:Reduce cell phone use when the signal is weakReduce cell phone use to stream audio or video, upload or download large filesRemove headsets when not on a callAvoid products claiming to block RF energy (which may increase exposure, CDPH said)A whopping 95 percent of Americans own a cell phone, and there is no denying the diminishing age of device owners. As reported by CDPH, the average age when kids get their first phone has dropped to 10. (I didn’t get one until I was 17, when I started driving.)“Children’s brains develop through the teenage years and may be more affected by cell phone use,” Smith said. “Parents should consider reducing the time their children use cell phones and encourage them to turn the devices off at night.”Read more about the California Department of Public Health’s guidelines online.Other (more convincing) dangers of increased cell phone use include increased stress levels; negative impact on emotions; increased exposure to germs (your phone can contain more disease-prone bugs than a toilet seat); and higher risk of chronic pain and vision problems.Ironically, Oxford University just published a study suggesting that restricting toddlers’ and teenagers’ digital device use is “not necessarily beneficial.” Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
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