World Cup comes every 4 years, we play IPL every year: Virat Kohli

first_imgWorld Cup comes every 4 years, we play IPL every year: Virat KohliIndia captain Virat Kohli said that he wants the World Cup-bound players to manage the workload in IPL 2019 in order to keep themselves prepared for 2019 ICC World Cup.advertisement India Today Web Desk DelhiMarch 14, 2019UPDATED: March 14, 2019 21:51 IST Virat Kohli asked Team India players to enjoy IPL 2019 but stay fit for the World Cup. (BCCI Photo)Virat Kohli wants his men to be careful about their workload during the Indian Premier League 2019 as the 2019 ICC World Cup looms large. The World Cup is slated to start soon after the IPL and Kohli wants all World Cup-bound players to be careful with their bodies during the IPL and stay fit and available for the trip to England and Wales.The workload management during the IPL has been a major topic of discussion considering the intensity of the tournament and chances of injuries. In fact there were reports that the Indian management and Kohli wanted the Indian team’s quicks to be rested for the second part of the IPL. However, those discussion did not come to fruition but the BCCI has maintained that they have spoken to the franchises about taking care of the players who will be on the bus to the World Cup.”We have discussed workload and asked the players to be smart and inform the franchises. All the workload will be monitored and the players will take the opportunity to take breaks.”The World Cup comes every four years and we play IPL every year.”Not to say we won’t be committed to the IPL but we’ve got to be smart. We have to work in balance and take smart decisions. Everyone is committed to the World Cup and want to be a part of the bus,” Kohli said at the press conference after the 5th ODI vs Australia in Delhi.Kohli admitted that the Indian team has been playing non-stop cricket for a long time now and said that he had told the guys in the dressing room to enjoy the two months of the IPL.advertisementHe further said that enjoying the IPL was important because when the World Cup comes, it will be all about that mega tournament.”What we spoke in the dressing room was go and enjoy in the IPL these two months. Must enjoy ourselves and play because we enjoy the game.”Being on the road for so long does take a toll, but when there is a long season, you can reflect on it.”I think it has been a hectic season, but we are proud of how we have played. Guys have come around and shown character.”All of us deserve to go into the IPL and enjoy ourselves. Everything will be taken over by the World Cup when it comes to the tournament,” Kohli said.Also Read | All of us deserve to go into the IPL and enjoy ourselves: Virat KohliFor 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 Tags :Follow Virat KohliFollow IPL 2019Follow Team IndiaFollow 2019 ICC World Cuplast_img read more

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Sumit Nagal enters final round of US Open qualifiers

first_imgSumit Nagal enters final round of US Open qualifiersSumit Nagal, placed at a career-best 190, knocked out the 192nd ranked Canadian 7-5 7-6 (0) in two hours eight minutes on Thursday night in the men’s singles qualifiers.advertisement Next Press Trust of India New YorkAugust 23, 2019UPDATED: August 23, 2019 11:11 IST Sumit Nagal will now take on Brazil’s Joao Menezes. (IANS File Photo)HIGHLIGHTSNagal knocked out Polansky 7-5 7-6 (0) in two hours eight minutesNagal will now take on Brazil’s Joao Menezes in the final qualifying roundPrajnesh Gunneswaran got a tough draw as he is up against fifth seed and Cincinnati Open champion Daniil MedvedevIndia’s Sumit Nagal moved one step closer to his first-ever Grand slam appearance with a hard-fought win over Peter Polansky in the second round of the US Open qualifiers, here.Nagal, placed at a career-best 190, knocked out the 192nd ranked Canadian 7-5 7-6 (0) in two hours eight minutes on Thursday night in the men’s singles qualifiers.The Indian began the match on an attacking note, breaking Polansky in the second game to take an early 2-0 lead but then failed to hold his serve twice, handing back the advantage to the Canadian.However, Nagal fought back to break Polansky twice to take the first set.The second set followed in a similar pattern with Nagal drawing the first blood but Polanksy came from behind to break back the Indian.The set went to tie break with Nagal holding his nerve to emerge victorious.The 22-year-old from Haryana will now take on Brazil’s Joao Menezes, who is ranked 210, in the final qualifying round later in the day.Last year, he had competed in the qualifiers of the Australian Open, the French Open and the Wimbledon Championships but could not register a single win.This is Nagal’s first attempt at making the Grand Slam singles main draw this season in which he enjoyed considerable success and broke into the top-200.Meanwhile, India’s top singles players Prajnesh Gunneswaran got a tough draw as he is up against fifth seed and Cincinnati Open champion Daniil Medvedev in the first round.For 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 bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow US OpenFollow Sumit Nagallast_img read more

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Tanker Investments Adds Four More to Its Fleet

first_imgzoom Tanker Investments Ltd. said that it has agreed to acquire two 2012-built coated Aframax tankers from a third party for an aggregate purchase price of $95 million.These two vessels are expected to join Tanker Investments’ fleet upon closing in late-May and early-June 2014 and will continue to trade in the Teekay Taurus Pool.The company has also agreed to acquire two 2010-built Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs) for an aggregate purchase price of $154 million from Teekay Tankers Ltd. The acquisition of these two vessels is expected to close on May 9, 2014.Tanker Investments said that intends it to finance the acquisition of these four vessels with existing cash balances and by drawing a portion of the company’s new $200 million revolving credit facility, which is expected to be finalized in May 2014.With the purchase of these four vessels, and the previously announced acquisition of five Aframaxes, the company has now invested all of the equity proceeds raised as part of the $250 million private placement and $175 million initial public offering.“Following Tanker Investments’ successful launch and subsequent initial public offering on the Oslo Stock Exchange in March, we have been focusing on executing on our strategic plan to grow our fleet through attractively-priced acquisitions,” commented William Hung, Tanker Investments’ Chief Executive Officer.“We view our investment in VLCCs as an opportunistic addition to our tanker portfolio timed to take advantage of an expected rally in VLCC freight rates and asset prices that we believe may occur earlier than other segments, and the coated Aframax investment provides us with optionality to trade these ships in the crude oil or clean products trade.”Mr. Hung continued, “While Tanker Investments’ fleet has grown to 13 vessels in just five months, with vessel prices currently still well below long-term average levels, we intend to use our strong balance sheet and liquidity position to continue growing Tanker Investments’ fleet to take advantage of the firming fundamentals that are expected to have a positive impact on tanker asset values.”Press Release, May 9, 2014; Image: Tanker Investmentslast_img read more

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Sportfish Advisory Committee Members Named

first_imgAgriculture and Fisheries Minister Chris d’Entremont announced the appointment of six members to the advisory committee of the Nova Scotia Sportfish Habitat Fund today, May 20. “I am pleased that we are moving forward with our new Sportfish Habitat Fund, which supports the conservation and enhancement of fish habitats,” said Mr. d’Entremont. “Our goal is to ensure that Nova Scotians enjoy a top notch sportfishery in the province for many years to come. Through this advisory committee, my department will continue to support the efforts of the volunteer groups and organizations that are working to create a better sportfishery for everyone.” The advisory committee will review project proposals and recommend projects to the minister for approval. Larry Shortt of Halifax and Tony Robinson of Dartmouth have been appointed for three-year terms. Scott Cook of Wolfville and Lewis Hinks of Chester will serve for two years. Appointed for one year are George Taylor of Halifax and Michael Robinson of Wolfville. Members of the advisory committee were selected from names submitted by the Nova Scotia Salmon Association, the Nova Scotia Federation of Anglers and Hunters, the Canadian Association of Smallmouth Anglers, and Trout Nova Scotia. The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries introduced the Sportfish Habitat fund and a $5 habitat fee on general and salmon fishing licences last December for the 2005 angling season. Seniors, 65 years and older, do not have to pay the $5 fee when they acquire general fishing licences.last_img read more

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Ouverture de lexposition sur Anne Frank au CapBreton

first_imgPlus de 60 personnes se sont portées volontaires en vue de devenir des guides spécialement formés pour l’exposition Le monde d’Anne Frank, présentée depuis le lundi 11 septembre dans la Municipalité régionale du Cap-Breton. Ces Néo-Écossais ont reçu une formation, la semaine dernière, offerte par des représentants du Anne Frank Center USA, Inc. afin de les aider à guider les visiteurs de l’exposition, présentée au Cap-Breton par la Commission des droits de la personne et le commanditaire, Martin Chernin. « Nous sommes ravis des résultats de notre demande pour des bénévoles », a déclaré Michael Noonan, directeur général par intérim de la Commission des droits de la personne. « Nous avons également reçu un énorme appui des partenaires du secteur privé et du secteur public, et beaucoup de gens ont assisté à la cérémonie d’ouverture lundi soir. » « Nous considérons qu’il s’agit d’un signe que les gens comprennent l’influence unique d’une telle exposition sur les discussions des Néo-Écossais sur des sujets sérieux tels que la discrimination, la propagande et la responsabilité personnelle. » Anne Frank avait 13 ans lorsqu’elle et sept autres Juifs se sont cachés dans une annexe secrète située au-dessus du bureau de son père à Amsterdam pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Son journal, découvert après l’incursion des autorités allemandes, raconte en détail les deux années passées par le groupe dans cet espace restreint. Le monde d’Anne Frank est une exposition itinérante qui présente des extraits du journal d’Anne, ainsi que des photos historiques prises par son père, Otto, et d’autres personnes. L’exposition a également été personnalisée pour son passage en Nouvelle-Écosse en incluant des panneaux portant sur des questions provinciales de préjudice et de discrimination. L’exposition bilingue a été préparée par la Anne Frank Foundation d’Amsterdam et est commanditée, aux États-Unis et au Canada, par le Anne Frank Center USA, Inc., situé à New York. Elle sera présentée à Victoria Park, Sydney, jusqu’au dimanche 15 octobre. Elle se déplacera ensuite au Musée d’histoire naturelle à Halifax, où elle sera présentée, grâce au commanditaire Southwest Properties, du 24 octobre au 28 janvier 2007. Les personnes intéressées à devenir des guides pour l’exposition d’Halifax peuvent composer le 424-3137. M. Noonan a souligné que la Commission souhaite toujours avertir la population que certains visiteurs peuvent être perturbés par des parties de l’exposition, et que cette exposition n’est peut-être pas appropriée pour les jeunes enfants. « Certaines parties du contenu peuvent être considérées comme explicites », explique M. Noonan. « C’est pourquoi le contexte est si important. Nous espérons que de nombreuses familles et de nombreux groupes scolaires profiteront de cette occasion pour explorer non seulement les réalités historiques, mais aussi la façon dont nous réagissons aux actes de discrimination dans un contexte moderne. » Pour obtenir plus d’information sur l’exposition, consultez le site Web suivant : www.gov.ns.ca/humanrights/annefrank.last_img read more

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Agri growth rate fell under Modi govt says Congs Surjewala

first_imgBhopal: The Congress Sunday claimed agricultural growth rate had gone down from 4.2 per cent during the UPA regime to 2.5 per cent under the Narendra Modi government. Addressing a press conference here, the Congress’ communications in charge Randeep Singh Surjewala said the Modi government would need “20 years” to double the income of farmers, as against the Centre’s promise of achieving the feat by 2022. “As per data shared by the Modi government in the Lok Sabha, agricultural growth rate between 2014 and 2018 has gone down to 2.5 per cent. This rate was 4.2 per cent between 2009-14 under the UPA government,” Surjewala said. Also Read – Cong slams govt on economy, says move beyond ‘piecemeal approach’ “Going by this pace, it would take 20 years for the Modi government to double the income of farmers,” he added. He said the Centre had not been able to provide Minimum Support Price (MSP) to farmers despite promising to give them support price at 50 per cent higher than production cost. While the MSP for paddy was fixed at Rs 1750 per quintal, it was being sold at Rs 1600 while other crops were getting still lower prices, he said, quoting what he claimed was government data. Also Read – India’s green cover up by 15k sq km: Min He alleged the NDA government deceived farmers by reducing import duty on agricultural produce to zero just before the arrival of crops in the market. “The NDA government imported produce just before the seasons of different crops by reducing duty to zero. This has resulted in heavy loss to farmers and brought profits to middlemen,” he alleged. “Agricultural import was worth USD 18,779 million in 2014-15, which rose to USD 32,830 million in 2017-18,” Surjewala said. He claimed Food Corporation of India, under pressure from the Centre and the BJP’s Madhya Pradesh unit, has written to the Congress-led state government that it would purchase only that much grains on MSP as is required for the public distribution system (PDS) in the state. “The farmers of Madhya Pradesh produce 90 lakh metric tonnes of grains while the FCI would purchase only 30 lakh metric tonnes at MSP as required under PDS. What would happen to the remaining grain stock,” he asked. Replying to a query on an EVM having only BJP’s name under its symbol during a mock poll in West Bengal’s Barrackpore constituency, Surjewala said it was the Election Commission’s duty to ensure free and fair polls. He further claimed that the Modi government had asked fuel companies to increase prices of diesel and petrol by Rs 10 per litre on May 23, the day Lok Sabha polls results are announced. “But the UPA would reduce the prices after forming a government at the Centre in the first week of June,” Surjewala asserted.last_img read more

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Pakistani peacekeepers renovate school in Liberia as part of ongoing UN project

20 March 2007Over 200 Liberian students will benefit from a school facility recently rehabilitated by United Nations blue helmets, officials from the world body’s peacekeeping mission there said today. At a dedication ceremony, UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) Force Commander Lt.-Gen. Chikadibia Isaac Obiakor said the school project was key to the recovery effort in Liberia, which is rebuilding following a brutal civil war.“You have delivered a very vital instrument of recovery, growth, and development because you have decided not to give fish to the people but rather teach them how to fish for themselves,” he told the Pakistani contingent which undertook the project.The newly renovated Moses Vincent Community School, which now hosts 220 students, has an auditorium, three classrooms, a storeroom and a playground. Funds for the project were procured through voluntary contributions from the peacekeepers, who also undertook the renovation work.Pakistani Commander Brig. Gen. Ahmad Nawaz said peacekeeping is not possible without the active backing of the inhabitants of the area. “Support of the people in an area can only be won by being absolutely impartial, fair, highly upright in one’s conduct and doing things beyond the laid-down mandate aimed at winning the hearts and minds of the people.” He announced that the dedication marks the start of an initiative under which all units and sub-units of the UNMIL Pakistani contingent, wherever they are located, will each adopt a school. As part of this project, Pakistani peacekeepers have committed over the next year to providing the Moses Vincent School with safe drinking water, weekly refreshments, lectures, the organization of sporting events and a monthly medical checkup for the students.The proprietor of the school, Christine Vincent, voiced appreciation to the Pakistani peacekeepers. “What you have done will always be in the history of our school and will be remembered in the hearts of our children,” she said. read more

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No easy humantohuman transmission of bird flu yet found – UN health

But the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the Indonesia Health Ministry are concerned about the situation in Kubu Sembelang in North Sumatra and have intensified investigation and response activities there.Priority is now being given to the search for additional cases of the illness in other family members, close contacts, and the general community after seven members of an extended family became infected with the H5N1 virus, six of them fatally, WHO said in its latest update.All confirmed cases in the cluster can be directly linked to close and prolonged exposure to a patient during a phase of severe illness. Although human-to-human transmission cannot be ruled out, the search for a possible alternative source of exposure is continuing.Although more than 200 million birds have died worldwide from either the virus or preventive culling, there have so far been only 218 human cases, 124 of them fatal, since the current outbreak started in South East Asia in December 2003, and these have been ascribed to contact with infected birds.But experts fear the virus could mutate, gaining the ability to pass from person to person and, in a worst case scenario, unleashing a deadly human pandemic. The so-called Spanish flu pandemic that broke out in 1918 is estimated to have killed from 20 million to 40 million people worldwide by the time it had run its course two years later.In a related development, some 300 scientists from over 100 nations will gather in Rome next week for a two-day meeting to try and shed light on one of the most controversial aspects of the H5N1: how far wild birds are to blame for spreading the virus.The 30-31 May conference organized by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the inter-governmental World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), will seek to determine just what role wild birds, as opposed to domestic poultry, play in propagating the disease.The main problem, according to FAO Chief Veterinary Officer Joseph Domenech, is that no one knows for sure whether wild birds can act as long-term reservoirs of such viruses. “Where they are not reservoirs but only victims of contamination from poultry, then prevention has to remain at the domestic bird level,” he said. “But where they are, we have to find out which birds are involved and where they migrate to in order to prevent other wild birds and poultry being infected.” While it has been demonstrated that migrating birds can carry the virus over long distances – in Siberia, Eastern and Western Europe for example – it is not clear where the infection originated, although most scientists point the finger at domestic fowl.In the early spring, it was feared that there would be large-scale outbreaks in Africa. And though bird flu did hit six African countries, this was less than expected and there was no evidence to link the outbreaks with wild birds. Similarly, widespread new cases were feared in Europe but largely failed to materialize.“Lots of questions remain without answers,” Mr. Domenech said. “We therefore need to increase research and surveillance to better understand the epidemiology of the disease.” read more

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Malaysian authorities freeze 6 bank accounts in probe over fund transfer to

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak arrives for a Ramadan breakfast at a mosque in Semenyih outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Sunday, July 5, 2015. Razak is facing the risk of criminal charges over allegations that hundreds of millions of dollars were funneled from an indebted state fund to his personal bank accounts, the first time a Malaysian leader has faced criminal allegations. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul) by Eileen Ng, The Associated Press Posted Jul 7, 2015 3:37 am MDT Last Updated Jul 7, 2015 at 8:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Malaysian authorities have frozen six bank accounts as part of an investigation into allegations that hundreds of millions of dollars were transferred from a state investment fund to the personal accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak.Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail said Tuesday a special taskforce investigating the investment fund 1MDB for alleged impropriety has also seized documents related to 17 accounts at two banks for further investigation.The taskforce also took documents related to non-compliance with central bank rules by the two banks, he said in a statement that was also signed by the central bank governor, the country’s police chief and the head of the anti-corruption agency.The statement didn’t name the banks or say who the accounts belong to. The statement said the frozen accounts belong to “parties believed to be involved in this case.” It said the investigation is continuing.Abdul Gani confirmed on the weekend he had received documents from investigators that link Najib and 1MDB funds. The existence of the documents, which allegedly show $700 million was wired from entities linked to 1MDB into Najib’s accounts, was first reported by The Wall Street Journal on Friday.The documents sent to the attorney general pave the way for possible criminal charges and have embroiled Najib in the biggest crisis of his political career. Najib was already under increasing criticism over his leadership, particularly from his political mentor, former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad.If charged, Najib would be the first Malaysian prime minister to face a criminal prosecution. His ruling National Front coalition has been in power since independence from Britain in 1957. However, support for the coalition has eroded in the last two general elections. In 2013, it won the polls but lost the popular vote for the first timeNajib has denied taking any money for personal gain and has said the allegations are part of a political plot to remove him. He has said he is consulting his lawyers about the next course of action following the “malicious accusations.”1MDB has said it had never provided any funds to Najib.The investment fund, set up by Najib in 2009 to develop new industries, has accumulated 42 billion ringgit ($11 billion) in debt after its energy ventures abroad faltered. Critics, led by Mahathir, have voiced concerns about 1MDB’s massive debt and lack of transparency.The Wall Street Journal report said five deposits were made into Najib’s accounts and that the two largest transactions, worth $620 million and $61 million, occurred in March 2013 ahead of general elections.Opposition lawmakers and civil groups on Tuesday repeated calls for Najib to take a leave of absence as prime minister to ensure the investigation can be carried out without fear or favor.“This has shaken the credibility of the elected government,” said opposition leader Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. She said the scandal shows “how rotten governance is in Malaysia.”The opposition will call for a special parliamentary debate, she said. Malaysian authorities freeze 6 bank accounts in probe over fund transfer to prime minister read more

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Urging political solution on Syria crisis Ban warns of tragic consequences of

Mr. Ban, who has been pushing for a political solution during the summit, said the international community must renew efforts to convene the Geneva conference, which would bring all parties to the negotiating table. He added that a viable political outcome would see the full implementation of the Geneva Communiqué.Issued after a meeting of the Action Group for Syria in June 2012, the document lays out key steps in a process to end the violence. Among others, it calls for the establishment of a transitional governing body, with full executive powers and made up by members of the present Government and the opposition and other groups, as part of agreed principles and guidelines for a Syrian-led political transition.“I must warn that ill-considered military action could cause serious and tragic consequences, and with an increased threat of further sectarian violence,” Mr. Ban said in his remarks at the Humanitarian Initiative on Syria, held on the margins of the G20 summit.“We should explore ways to avoid further militarization of the conflict and revitalize the search for a political settlement instead.”The Secretary-General also appealed to world leaders to increase support for humanitarian operations in Syria and in its neighbouring countries, which are hosting more than 2 million refugees. He noted that relief operations inside the country are only 44 per cent funded, while the refugee appeal is funded at only 40 per cent.“No one could have imagined two years ago that Syria would end up in this unending misery. UN staff on the ground report palpable fear as the population fears imminent acceleration and deepening of the conflict,” Mr. Ban said.“This is a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented proportions in recent history. The world must do everything within its powers to stop the suffering of the Syrian people.”Despite the difficult conditions on the ground and the limitations to reach all the population in need, UN agencies will remain inside the country to deliver assistance, Mr. Ban said. “Millions are being assisted on a monthly basis and the UN is working hard to ensure equitable distribution on the basis of need, irrespective of whether it is Government or opposition controlled territories.”The UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos was in Syria yesterday looking at ways of strengthening the Organization’s humanitarian efforts and to support its staff. Mr. Ban said she has had positive meeting with Syrian authorities and humanitarian partners that would hopefully simplify procedures such as obtaining visas for humanitarian workers.“Relief agencies must be able to reach people in need, wherever they are. We must do more to impress upon all parties their international humanitarian law obligations to protect civilians,” Mr. Ban said. On the margins the G20, Mr. Ban met with French President Francois Hollande. They were accompanied by the Joint Special Representative of the UN-Arab League for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, and the Foreign Minister of France, Laurent Fabius. They discussed the situation in Syria, including the UN chemical weapons investigation. Mr. Brahimi also briefed on efforts to convene the Geneva conference.Mr. Ban also met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. read more

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Ohio State mens lacrosse drops overtime thriller to Maryland 109

Maryland sophomore defenseman Tim Muller (36) pushes OSU freshman attackman Colin Chell (22) to the turf during a game at Ohio Stadium on April 18. OSU lost in overtime, 10-9. Credit: Molly Tavoletti / Lantern Reporter In the last five seasons of NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse, only one of 224 teams has overcome a four-goal deficit with a little more than four minutes to play.But the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team’s 10-9 overtime loss to No. 3 Maryland on Saturday proved that near-perfect odds are not a guarantee.“The kids played their hearts out,” coach Nick Myers said. “It’s frustrating because we played about as well as we ever have in a number of areas, but you have to finish games.”With just 4:23 remaining, No. 11 OSU (10-4) led Maryland (12-1) by four goals, maintaining the lead it built during the first 56 minutes of the “Showdown in the Shoe.” But the team’s failure to execute down the final stretch resulted in the loss, giving the Terrapins a share of the first Big Ten men’s lacrosse title when a win would have done the same for the Buckeyes.“We gave a talented team some extra chances and they capitalized on them,” Myers said. “We just didn’t manage the last seven or eight minutes of the game.”In the first three quarters, OSU dominated the game on paper. On offense, the team scored eight goals on just 25 total shots.Senior midfielder Jesse King played arguably his best game of the season, scoring his first of four goals just 12 seconds into the game, helping OSU take a 4-1 lead by the end of quarter one. With strikes from junior attackman Ryan Hunter and sophomore midfielder John Kelly, OSU headed to halftime up, 6-4.On the other side of the ball, OSU attempted to hold Maryland’s offense in check, with redshirt-sophomore goalie Tom Carey making 11 saves in 63:11, while junior defenseman Robby Haus limited Maryland’s top scorer, sophomore attackman Matt Rambo.Rambo averages 2.15 goals per game, and nearly matched that stat with two goals against the Buckeyes. But the latter came with 4:22 left in the game, sparking the Terrapins’ come-from-behind overtime victory.“They’re a really talented team,” senior defenseman Evan Mulchrone said. “We played really well for three quarters. We put an emphasis on communication all week, and it was great for a while, so it’s disappointing at the end.”With 49 seconds left in the extra period, Maryland put an unassisted goal into the back of the net, ending the game. But despite the heartbreaking outcome, playing before crowd of 21,064 still made for a spectacular day, King said.“This is the reason you come to Ohio State, for events like this, and why the sport of lacrosse is growing the way that it is here in the Midwest. I’m lucky to have this experience. I just wish the outcome could have been different,” he said.While the scoreboard reflected a negative result for OSU, King said the Buckeyes are already aiming to turn things around.“We know we’re a tough team. We’re gonna see what we did wrong, what we did right and try to recover next week,” he said.OSU is scheduled to play its final regular season matchup next Sunday against Rutgers. The game is set for noon in Piscataway, N.J. read more

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Doctor who claimed she could cure cancer went into patients farmhouse uninvited

first_img“He had undergone six cycles of chemotherapy but his condition progressed and it was extremely unlikely that he could be cured,” said Mr Wakerley.”Dr Brito-Babapulle took over his treatment and during a consultation was openly critical of the previous doctors management and decision making and suggested he could be cured and expressed her intent to cure him.”She said she would be starting him on a new treatment plan, which was a combination of four different drugs including Bendamustine, which was at the time not funded by the NHS. She failed to inform Patient A about the potential toxicity of the treatment, which was only being used as a trial drug in the United States. Mr Wakerley said: “The regimen she was proposing was toxic and could easily have killed Patient A. She didn’t explain the risk that it could make him worse with the possibility of not making him much better. Shortly after Dr Brito-Babapulle left her post, Patient A, came to the ward and brought with him a letter that had been hand delivered to him by Dr Brito-Babapulle at his home address.”There are references of achieving a cure and that letter appeared to have upset the patient. It was not appropriate to tell this patient the was likely to be cured by this treatment.”The likelihood of him being cured was at best slim no matter what regimen would have been offered. It was entirely inappropriate to go to his own home.”Another colleague took over treatment of Patient A and said he and his family had been harmed due to the “levels of expectation” they were given.In a third case, the doctor tried to contact another patient outside the hospital via a friend at her bridge club after she said he should get smaller doses of medication in defiance of manufacturers’ recommendations. Dr Brito-Babapulle denies misconduct. She admits leaving a letter for Patient E but denies entering the house without permission.The hearing continues. I hope you’re not concerned about not seeing me. Please contact me on the number directed as I leave tonightDr Finella Brito-Babapulle’s letter This upset the patient… The episode left the patient deeply distressedPaul Wakerley, lawyer for the General Medical Council The incident occurred just 24 hours after Dr Brito-Babapulle had left her job as a locum consultant at St Mary’s Hospital on the Isle of Wight amid claims she had criticised colleagues over their cancer treatments. She had also attempted to pressurise other doctors into administering inappropriate treatment, it was said.The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service was told Dr Brito-Babapulle, from Richmond, south west London, had joined St Mary’s in August 2013 for a four-month stint but left on October 28 after being in the job for just 10 weeks.In the days up to her departure the 65-year-old patient – known as Patient E – had been treated by a different doctor but Dr Brito-Babapulle, who was helping file a report on her condition, unexpectedly turned up at the clinic and gave the patient the results of the investigation herself. During the conversation, she diagnosed her with Systemic Mastocytosis and told her she would “cure her symptoms”. The letter was later left at Patient E’s home whilst she undergoing a day of out-patient treatment in hospital, it was alleged.Paul Wakerley, lawyer for the General Medical Council, said: “She lived in a farmhouse and the farmhand was concerned about lights that appeared to be on. The patient had not left lights on.”He entered the house and found no one there but an envelope on the kitchen table. It gave the doctors home telephone number in London, her email address and said ‘I’m here for you, I do hope you are alright, I hope you’re not concerned about not seeing me. Please contact me on the number directed as I leave the Isle of Wight tonight’. “This upset the patient, a stranger who was uninvited and who had been into her home without permission to enter. The house may well have been unlocked but it was a farm house, accessed by a long driveway, which was gated and the gate was locked. The patient described her ownership of two territorial dogs at the property.”The episode left the patient deeply distressed. The trust reported the matter to the local police and a witness statement was provided at the time. The GMC expert doesn’t comment on entering the patient’s address and leaving a letter but it hardly requires an expert to speak about the inappropriateness of entering an address without permission.”She must have climbed over, or found some other way otherwise of getting past a locked gate and getting passed territorial dogs.”The hearing was told about another patient, a man of 84, who was terminally ill with cancer and had been under the care of another doctor who was due to retire.It was claimed Dr Brito-Babapulle told the patient that she had a cure for him, despite colleagues saying it was “extremely unlikely” for him to recover. She also allegedly asked him if he would fund the treatment himself.After she left her job, she hand-delivered the patient a letter at his home saying: “It was kind of you and [your wife] to invite me to dinner, I look forward to that when you are cured.” He passed away three months later. A senior doctor who claimed she could cure terminal cancer invaded the deserted farmhouse of a patient who was undergoing treatment and left her a note saying: “I’m here for you”, a medical tribunal heard.Dr Finella Brito-Babapulle, a consultant hematologist, clambered over a gate to the woman’s driveway and crept past her two guard dogs after she left her job following clashes with staff about untested treatments, it was claimed.The 62-year-old then allegedly sneaked into the empty property and left the letter on the kitchen table with her home telephone number and her email address saying: “I’m here for you, I do hope you are alright, I hope you’re not concerned about not seeing me. Please contact me on the number directed as I leave tonight.”Police were called after a farmhand who knew the 65-year old homeowner was in hospital for a rare bone marrow condition noticed the lights to the farmhouse had been switched on. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? 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ESB hits out at inaccuracies in reports about pension scheme

first_imgESB also said that reports that the change in accounting treatment shifted the contingent liabilities of the scheme from the company to the employees are “wholly incorrect and misleading”.Workers at ESB are due to ballot for industrial action on 18 November over concerns about the shortfall in the scheme.Read: Union chief: ‘ESB are refusing to engage in discussions’>Read: ESB to develop energy efficient headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street> THE ESB HAS said that recent reports about changes to its pension scheme contained “inaccuracies”.This follows details revealed on RTÉ’s This Week from emails between senior managers at the company about an agreement reached between unions and the ESB to address the €2 billion deficit in the scheme.After this agreement, the ESB changed its accounting treatment of the pension scheme, and reports said this changed the scheme from a defined benefit to a defined contribution scheme.Hoever the company said today this was incorrect and that the change in accounting “did not change the nature of the scheme”.The emails obtained by RTÉ also appeared to suggest that the unions disagreed with the ESB on the change and that the company had not informed its auditors, KPMG, of the disagreement.In a statement today ESB said: ESB did not seek the agreement of the ESB Group of Unions to the change in accounting treatment, nor did ESB or the company’s auditors require the ESB Group of Unions to agree to the change in accounting treatment. Furthermore, agreement of the ESB Group of Unions is not a pre-requisite to the accounting treatment of the scheme today.last_img read more

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New Volvo Concept Runs On Air

first_imgWe’ve seen cars that run on human power, solar power, biofuels, and more, but a new concept unveiled by Volvo at the Los Angeles Auto Show reveals a car that runs on nothing more than thin air.Dubbed the Air Motion Concept, the car is powered entirely by compressed air, which is stored in a tank. And for a car that runs on air, it shouldn’t be surprising that the vehicle is very light. The Air Motion Concept features a carbon fiber body and weighs less than 1,000 pounds. It also runs on a pneumatic motor that is much simpler than a traditional combustion engine.As for how you refill a gas tank full of air, Volvo predicts that we’ll one day have wind powered stations where you can top up your car’s fuel.The Air Motion Concept is just one of many entrants in the LA Auto Show’s design challenge, which also features unique designs like a Mercedes that’s literally grown from a seed and a Smart car knit together by robots.Via Wiredlast_img read more

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Tusla delivered Maurice McCabes apology to his elderly neighbour in error

first_imgTusla delivered Maurice McCabe’s apology to his elderly neighbour ‘in error’ Fianna Fáil’s John McGuinness told RTÉ’s Six One News that “this is total incompetence”. http://jrnl.ie/3233880 TUSLA DELIVERED AN apology to Sergeant Maurice McCabe to his 80-year-old neighbour in error, according to a Fianna Fáil TD.The apology is part of an ongoing fallout from ‘a clerical error’ from Child and Family Agency Tusla that led to the circulation of a false sex abuse allegation against garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe.Nine months after an allegation was reported to Tusla by a counsellor, the counsellor contacted the agency to say she made “an administrative error” and had accidentally pasted the abuse details into her report. By this stage the complaint had already been passed onto gardaí.On RTÉ’s Six One News, John McGuinness said that Tusla’s apology to Maurice McCabe was delivered to McCabe’s next door neighbour in error.Today, Tusla have apologised to Sergeant Maurice McCabe and in delivering that apology, they brought it to his next door neighbour – an 80-year-old lady. Earlier today Tusla said that they were in the process of apologising to McCabe. Image: Laura Hutton/RollingNews.ie 155 Comments Earlier today Tusla said that they were in the process of apologising to McCabe. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Share1455 Tweet Email3 center_img 43,039 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Laura Hutton/RollingNews.ie Feb 10th 2017, 8:20 PM The apology after had to be delivered to McCabe’s family.“This is total incompetence and none of us accept that it was a copy-and-paste and an error, there was something seriously wrong within Tusla.”Earlier today, Tulsa’s CEO Fred McBride admitted that mistakes were made, but strongly refuted that there had been a deliberate attempt made by Tusla to discredit McCabe.“I would never knowingly allow that to happen, so I absolutely refute that,” he told RTÉ’s News at One.Fallout from the scandal continues as accountability for the incident is still unconfirmed: with Minister for Children Katherine Zappone, Tánaiste and Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald, and Health Minister Simon Harris all mentioned in relation to the case.Liveblog: Political turmoil is unfolding right now over the Maurice McCabe whistleblowing smears Short URL Friday 10 Feb 2017, 8:20 PMlast_img read more

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RollsRoyce Aims to Build the Worlds Fastest AllElectric Airplane

first_img SteelSeries Arctis 1 Is World’s First USB-C Wireless Gaming HeadsetGeek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone Kit Stay on target Rolls-Royce is already a leader when it comes to high-tech cars and soon, ships. Now, the company has its eye on creating the world’s fastest all-electric airplane.On Thursday, Rolls-Royce in a press release said it’s designing the ACCEL, a zero-emissions plane that’s expected to reach a speed of 300 mph and be the speediest all-electric aircraft in history. A team of British designers, engineers, and data specialists recruited from Rolls-Royce and other companies are working on the plane, which is predicted to make its debut in 2020.The airplane is part of Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL), a Rolls-Royce initiative that supports advanced aviation. ACCEL, which is partially supported by the U.K. government and involves partners including YASA, an electric motor manufacturer, and Electroflight, a aviation startup, aims to make flights more seamless, safe, and speedier for customers in the future.“This plane will be powered by a state-of-the-art electrical system and the most powerful battery ever built for flight,” Matheu Parr, ACCEL project manager for Rolls-Royce, said in the press release. “In the year ahead, we’re going to demonstrate its abilities in demanding test environments before going for gold in 2020 from a landing strip on the Welsh coastline.”We’ve teamed up with #FormulaE, #battery and #electrictransport specialists to design the world’s fastest fully #electric plane, ACCEL. In 2020, it will break the speed record. Join us as we make our #recordflight bid. https://t.co/Fx1tzb3DUh pic.twitter.com/w82R3X7s51— Rolls-Royce (@RollsRoyce) January 2, 2019Developing this all-electric aircraft isn’t an easy task. The team will need to build a huge battery that can beat performance and speed records, isn’t too bulky for flights, and stable enough to prevent overheating. To move past these challenges, the team is currently monitoring 20,000 data points per second, including measuring battery voltage, powertrain health, and temperature.There are some cool features to note with ACCEL plane. It has the most energy-dense battery pack that provides enough power to fly 200 miles on a single charge. To prevent overheating, an advanced cooling system can withstand high-current demands during flight time. The propeller, which is operated by three high-power electric motors, generates more than 500 horsepower for rides. Plus, the all-electric powertrain cuts back on energy use: It delivers 90 percent energy efficiency.Rolls-Royce’s ACCEL plane announcement follows another major autonomous milestone. In December, the company confirmed that it completed a pilot run of the world’s first fully autonomous ship that can navigate and engage in other ship tasks by itself.More on Geek.com:Rolls-Royce’s Fully Autonomous Ship Could Set Sail SoonWaymo One Autonomous Car Service Rolls Out to PublicWill Autonomous Cars Become Brothels on Wheels?last_img read more

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Vaiko to embark on campaign against Neutrino project in TN

first_imgChennai: MDMK general secretary Vaiko will embark on a three-day campaign against the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) project in Theni District of Tamil Nadu from August 20. The proposed INO project will “destroy” the environment and water resources of the Western ghats and Theni district, the party alleged. Anti Neutrino Movement’s Lenin Rajappa, pro-Tamil activist Thirumurgan Gandhi, environment NGO Poovulagin Nanbargal and farmers’ association leader Cumbum Abbas will also take part in the campaign, the party said in a release here. Also Read – Man held for slapping woman employee at Gurgaon toll plaza booth Advertise With Us The party listed the villages and towns where Vaiko will campaign against the project. Andipatti, Chinnamanur, Cumbum, Gudalur, Thevaram are among the towns Vaiko will visit on August 20, 21 and 22, according to the party. The centre had last month said it has approved a project to build INO at Pottipuram in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. Also Read – One arrested for firing outside Satna college in Madhya Pradesh Advertise With Us The project aims to set up a 51000 ton Iron Calorimeter (ICAL) detector to observe naturally occurring atmospheric neutrinos in a cavern at the end of an approximately 2 km long tunnel in a mountain, according to the government. “The INO project does not disturb the ecosystem around the site and does not release any radiation, as it does not have any radioactive substance. It measures cosmic rays,” the Centre had said. There is no other neutrino detector anywhere in India now and ICAL at INO would be the first of its kind.last_img read more

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Promoters of VRL Logistics planning to float new regional airline

first_imgAs India’s civil aviation ministry readies an industry policy for the cabinet approval in the coming weeks, Vijay Sankeshwar, chairman of VRL Logistics, India’s largest fleet-owning private logistics company, announced his plans to launch a new regional airline, reported the Economic Times. Along with no-frills airport in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, regional air connectivity will be a key component of the government policy.Sankeshwar said he sees a huge potential in regional aviation business, especially in southern India as its air connectivity remains limited.”There is no proper air connectivity to places such as Hubballi or Belagavi. We may introduce services like Bengaluru-Chennai, Bengaluru-Tirupathi, Chennai-Coimbatore, etc. We will limit our operations to the 2-3 neighbouring states,” he said.Press Trust of India reported that the government policy draft suggested tax incentives for airlines, maintenance and repair works of aircraft and increasing FDI limit for foreign airlines. It noted that the policy would aim to provide viability gap funding for airlines to bolster regional air connectivity. A slew of sops to regional airlines in form of exemptions such as airport charges, service tax on tickets and excise duty on aviation fuel are also on the anvil.Outside their logistics and transport business, Sankeshwar and his son Anand will float an entirely new company to kick-start their dream airline. An investment of Rs. 1,400 crore — Rs. 1,000 crore in debt and Rs. 400 crore in equity — will be pumped in over three years, VRL Logistics told the stock exchange in a filing Tuesday. “We currently hold 69 percent in VRL Logistics. (We) will dilute 8-10 percent and use that money to invest in the aviation business,” Sankeshwar said. He added that the new company plans to get the regulatory approvals first and own a fleet of eight to ten aircraft initially. The type and the manufacturers are undecided, he added.Captain G.R. Gopinath, a pioneer of low-cost airlines in India and the founder of another Bengaluru based air carrier Air Deccan (later acquired by KingFisher Airlines), appreciated Sankeshwar’s airline attempt that would do a world of good to the travellers, he told the ET. However, Gopinath warned the aviation industry needs sweeping reforms.”Our fundamental aviation regulations date back to 1930s, and, as a result, only about 70 million domestic tickets are sold, translating to 30 million fliers. We have several airports in India without any flight service,” he noted.VRL Group was founded 40 years ago in Gadag district of north Karnataka. With a fleet of 4,253 vehicles currently, it caters to logistics, passengers and courier services markets. The group also recently launched its own Kannada daily in the southern state, after selling an earlier one to BCCL.On the announcement, shares of VRL Logistics witnessed a free-fall touching a 52-week low at Rs. 253. The shares dropped 20 percent on Tuesday and fell another 10 percent on Wednesday.NDTV reported that the fall in stock prices prompted the promoter to clarify that the proposed entry into the aviation business was a personal investment and “at no point do we anticipate VRL’s balance sheet being used for the venture.”last_img read more

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Airlines allow blocked travellers back on board

first_imgMajor global airlines including British Airlines, Emirates and Air France began boarding passengers bound for the United States after a court order lifted a travel ban imposed on them a week earlier by US president Donald Trump.A Seattle-based federal judge, James Robart, on Friday issued a nationwide order blocking Trump’s ban on nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries, in the most severe legal blow to the president’s executive order.Trump has slammed the decision as “ridiculous” and vowed it will be overturned.Although a few airlines said they were waiting to see how the situation developed, carriers including Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Swiss Airways and United Airlines said they would allow nationals of the countries in question to board if they had a valid visa.“Since this morning we have applied with immediate effect the (US) judicial decision taken overnight. All passengers presenting themselves will embark once their papers are in order to travel to the United States”, an Air France spokesman told AFP.Swiss airline said it was in touch with US customs and border services and that “at the present time all passengers with valid travel documents can travel on any Swiss flights bound for the United States.”Germany’s Lufthansa also cited the court injunction and underscored that those “holding a valid immigrant or non-immigrant visa for the US are again allowed to travel to the USA”.Trump’s January 27 executive order placed a 90-day ban on nationals of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States and blocked for at least 120 days the arrival of refugees. Syrian refugees were banned indefinitely.The State Department said up to 60,000 people from the seven Muslim-majority countries had had their visas cancelled. A Justice Department attorney put that figure at closer to 100,000.Hours after the federal judge’s decision, the State Department told AFP that it had “reversed the provisional revocation of visas” and that visa holders from the targeted countries were again allowed to travel as long as their documents had not been “physically cancelled”.The Department of Homeland Security—which runs border agencies—also said it would cease implementing the order.Fly while you can -Trump’s move, which he justified on security grounds, wrought havoc at airports across America, sparked protests and left countless people hoping to reach the United States in limbo.The US leader lashed out on Twitter hours after the court ruling, calling the federal judge Robert a “so-called judge” and denouncing his decision as “ridiculous”.“When a country is no longer able to say who can, and who cannot, come in & out, especially for reasons of safety & security – big trouble!” Trump tweeted.He added that “certain Middle-Eastern countries agree with the ban. They know if certain people are allowed in it’s death & destruction!In Tehran, one travel agent advised Iranians wishing to fly to the United States to “take a plane to any city this evening,” warning the repeal of the ban may not stand.Some carriers, including low-cost carrier Norwegian, said they were waiting for official confirmation and advised passengers to contact US authorities for more information.last_img read more

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How to Live Stream New Zealand vs Australia Match 2 of Rugbys

first_imgTCL 8-Series Lighting TestMore VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpGalaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus Hands-on: What’s New, What’s Different05:28OffAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USLive00:0001:1001:10 How can I live stream New Zealand vs Australia’s Bledisloe Cup match 2 in the U.S.?The second match of the Bledisloe Cup will stream on ESPN+ as part of the network’s exclusive Rugby Championship coverage. ESPN+ is an online-only subscription-based streaming service that features overflow content not shown on ESPN or ESPN 2, including coverage of niche sports and leagues, like rugby, e-sports and MLS soccer. ESPN+ costs $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year.WHEN IS THE BLEDISLOE CUP BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA?Game 2 of the Bledisloe Cup will kick off in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday, Aug 17 at 3:35 a.m. Eastern | 12:35 a.m. Pacific | 8:35 a.m. BST | 5:35 p.m. AEST.How can I watch New Zealand vs Australia Game 2 in the U.K.?The second round of the Bledisloe Cup 2019 between New Zealand and Australia will be broadcast on Sky Sports Action in the United Kingdom.Sky Sports Action is available to all Sky Sports subscribers, and those who have a Sky Sports package on other cable networks, like Virgin Media or NOW TV. You can watch the game on your smartphone or laptop through the Sky Sports website or free mobile app available on Android and iOS. How do I use a VPN to live stream New Zealand vs Australia in the Bledisloe Cup?If you’re traveling outside the country, but don’t want to miss the match, a virtual private network, or VPN, could be an ideal choice. Actually choosing a service could be a challenge, but fortunately, we’ve tested out many different offerings to find out who offers the best VPN. Our top pick is ExpressVPN, which offers superb speeds that will meet the needs of most users, but you’ve got other options as well.Our favorite VPN service, ExpressVPN costs as little as $6.77 per month if you sign up for a one-year contract, and there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you just need ExpressVPN for just a month, it’s $12.95. View DealCheap and secure, NordVPN is just $2.99/month for a three-year contract, while a month of service costs $11.95. NordVPN uses 2048-bit encryption, and makes it easy to use streaming services.View DealPerformance is just average, but this is one of the simpler VPNs out there, and at $9.99 for one month of service, TunnelBear is a lower-cost option if you just want to use the VPN for big rugby matches. View Deal It’s time for the All Blacks and the Wallabies to go again…after suffering a shocking defeat, the New Zealand All Blacks will be hoping to beat Australia in the home leg of the Bledisloe Cup or face its first tournament loss in over 15 years. The Bledisloe Cup is an annual rugby competition between the New Zealand All Blacks and the Wallabies of Australia. Typically played as a three-match series, this year’s program is condensed into two games (and Australia won the first bout) to give teams time to prepare for the Rugby World Cup in early September. The New Zealand All Blacks are Bledisloe Cup favorites every year, having won 47 times compared to Australia’s 12 victories. The Wallabies haven’t won since 2002 before a five-year winning streak turned into 16 straight losses. However, the Australian Wallabies thoroughly dismantled New Zealand in Game 1 with a major 46 to 26 victory. Here is how to live stream the rest of Australia vs New Zealand in the Bledisloe Cup, to see if Australia can make it 2-0 or if New Zealand can even it up.RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…logoCreated with Sketch.last_img read more

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