Barca to use Coutinho tactics for Pogba

first_imgBarcelona are planning to employ the same tactics used to sign Phillipe Coutinho from Liverpool for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, according to BristolLive.The midfielder has had a frosty relationship with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho which he led to him being dropped to the bench for their second UEFA Champions League clash against Sevilla last season over both legs.Pogba is reportedly keen to leave the club after Jose Mourinho also criticized him after winning the World Cup.ole gunnar solskjaer, manchester unitedReport: Up to seven first team players out for United George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Manchester United have some serious injury problems with up to seven first-team players out.This Saturday, United have a Premier League clash with Leicester City….Barcelona are currently odds on favorite to sign Pogba ahead of Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain and the Spanish champions are planning to use the same strategy they employed with Phillipe Coutinho last summer for Pogba.Manchester United have no interest in selling their star player but Barca are prepared to wait till January to get their man as they did with Liverpool and Coutinho last season.The Catalan club have already signed Arturo Vidal from Bayern Munich but are keen to bolster their midfield options with the addition of Pogba as they look to mount an all-out offensive on the UEFA Champions League.last_img read more

Report Barcelona lineup €50m bid for Adrien Rabiot

first_imgBarcelona are reportedly plotting a late €50m swoop for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien RabiotThe France international’s future at PSG remains uncertain with under 12 months remaining on his current contract.And Rabiot has no shortage of admirers with the likes of Juventus and Barcelona having been heavily linked with a summer move for him.But now that the Italian transfer window has closed, Barcelona now have no major competition left for Rabiot.David Villa, SpainQuiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.The Catalan giants have already signed the likes of Malcom, Arthur, Arturo Vidal and Clement Lenglet this summer.But, with 10 days of the Spanish transfer window remaining, Mundo Deportivo reports that they are still not satisfied with their summer business and are willing to splash out around €50m for Rabiot.The offer may prove tempting for PSG to accept, rather take the risk of losing him for nothing next summer.A possible trade deal involving either Ivan Rakitic or Sergio Busquets could be another option with PSG allegedly interested in both players.last_img read more

Revenue Department stationed in northern TCI

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Mother charged with murder of her young son Child dead and man arrested on Taylor murder Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 27 Oct 2015 – North and Middle Caicos are getting some tailor made service from the Revenue Department which will fly in so that paying government bills or making enquiries will be easier. The officers are there since Monday and will be in the two islands until this Friday. District Commissioner, Cynclair Musgrove said: “The District Commissioner’s Office and the Communities of North & Middle Caicos welcome the Revenue Department as we are striving to continue improving service delivery and further assist the Officers with improving customer education and voluntary compliance in North & Middle Caicos.” The team will be stationed at the DCs office in Bottle Creek, North Caicos. Among the tasks: inspections and audits, service delivery improvements and registering businesses. Musgrove says the scheduled visits will be an ongoing service. Related Items:bottle creek, cynclair musgrove, north and middle caicos, revenue department Recommended for you PNP Administration leaders serve Elderly in New Year’s Partylast_img read more

Wilmingtons Tony Marra An OffDuty Watertown Firefighter Helped Save Life In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington resident Tony Marra, a firefighter for the city of Watertown, is being heralded for his off-duty heroism in response to a serious rollover car accident on Route 38, near the Wilmington Plaza, on the morning of Wednesday, July 18.Around 8:20am, a 38-year-old woman was driving a 2012 Nissan Rogue northbound on Main Street when she reportedly veered to avoid a vehicle pulling out of the Speedway parking lot. Her vehicle rolled over multiple times, landing on its roof.Tony Marra, an off-duty Watertown firefighter, witnessed the accident and quickly jumped into action to assist the driver.“Marra gained entry into the overturned vehicle, helped extricate the patient, and removed the patient from the immediate danger of the running overturned vehicle in an active roadway,” according to Wilmington Fire Lieutenant Robert Varney. “When I reached the patient, Marra had already given the patient a rapid trauma assessment, and had successfully calmed the patient down from an excitable state due to the severity of the accident.”The driver was transported to a local medical facility with non-life threatening injuries. Her vehicle suffered major damage and was towed. Mass Highway was contacted to remove a significant amount of shattered glass from the roadway. Traffic was backed up in the area, with northbound traffic rerouted through the Wilmington Plaza paring lot and one of the two southbound lanes temporarily closed.“Firefighter Marra did not have to stop and help, yet he did not hesitate to jump into action and provide lifesaving care by removing the patient from immediate danger,” Varney wrote in a letter to Watertown Fire Chief Robert Quinn. “Firefighter Marra provided himself an exemplary model of a civil servant, and a Firefighter that you and the town of Watertown should be proud of.”“In a time where the media sometimes only focuses on the negative actions of firefighters, they miss out on the day-to-day heroic actions of firefighters,” added Varney.Rollover crash on July 18 (courtesy of WPD)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Firefighter Praised For Help He Provided To An Injured Woman While Off-DutyIn “Police Log”Wilmington’s Top Public Safety Stories Of 2018In “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”last_img read more

Tamil New Year 2019 Watch hit Kollywood movies on Sun TV Vijay

first_imgA collage of the movies which will be telecast on Puthandu (2019).PR HandoutKollywood cine-goers will get to watch some of the hit movies on television this Puthandu, also known as Tamil New Year (April 14). From Rajinikanth’s Petta to Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakathi, leading channels have decided to telecast big movies in what is considered as a battle for the TRPs.Indeed, the celebration will begin on Saturday and end on Sunday, festival day. Here, we are giving you the list of movies which will be telecast on Vijay TV, Sun TV and Zee Tamil:Vijay TV Movies: Movie Name: Seethakathi Telecast Timings: Saturday (13 April) at 10.30 am Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakathi is a cricially-acclaimed movie, directed by Balaji Tharaneetharan. The movie is about a veteran theatre artist who forays into the world of cinema.Movie Name: Banumathi Telecast Timings: Saturday (13 April) at 2.00 pm Varun Tej and Sai Pallavi’s Banumathi is the Tamil dubbed movie of hit Telugu hit film Fidaa. The movie revolves around an NRI and a village belle, whose relationship went through a lot of troubles, leading them to part ways, but destiny brings them together.Movie Name: Adanga Maaru Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 11.00 am Jayam Ravi’s Adanga Maaru is a thriller, directed by Karthik Thangavel. It is revenge story of an ex-cop who avenges the death of his loved ones.Movie Name: Saamy 2 Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 5.30 pm Hari’s Saamy 2 stars Vikram and Keerthy Suresh in the leads. It is an action thriller story about a cop seeking revenge against those who killed his parents.Sun TV Movies Movie Name: LKG Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 11 am RJ Balaji’s LKG turned out to be a surprising hit at the box office. It is a political satire which is a humorous take on the current-day politics and politicians.Movie Name: Petta Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 April) at 6.30 pm The biggest among the festival movie is Petta, which is credited to be the highest grossing movie of 2019 in Kollywood. It tells the story of a warden who has pledged to save the life of his loved one from enemies.Zee Tamil Movies Movie Name: Lakshmi Telecast Timings: Sunday (14 april) at 3.30 pm Prabhu Deva and Ditya Bhande’s Lakshmi is musical dance movie. The movie tells the story of a 10-year old girl, who dreams to win a competition.Zee Tamil has preferred to screen 2.0 once again it a matter of a week. The Rajinikanth-starrer was telecast last weekend.Telecast timings: Sunday (14 April) at 6.30 pm The movie is a sequel to 2010 blockbuster Enthiran – The Robot. It is a science fiction which throws light on the electo-magnetic radiation caused due to mobile phones.last_img read more

Executive magistrates to run mobile court till 10 October

first_imgExecutive magistrates will be able to run mobile courts in the country till 10 October as the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned the matter till that day, reports BSS.”Mobile courts run by executive magistrate will remain adjourned till 10 October,” said the apex court full bench headed by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha.The Appellate Division came up with the order accepting a time plea from the state.Earlier on 1 August, the apex court had allowed the state two weeks to run mobile courts by the executive magistrates.The Appellate Division on 4 July had extended for two more weeks its stay on the High Court order that declared illegal the running of mobile courts by executive magistrates.Earlier on 21 May, the apex court extended the stay for the first time till 2 July. The chamber judge of the Appellate Division on 14 May stayed the High Court order on 21 May, sending the matter to Appellate Division’s regular bench for further hearing.On 11 May, the High Court passed the initial order, pronouncing some 14 sections and sub-sections of the concerned act unconstitutional.A High Court division bench comprising justice Moyeenul Islam Chowdhury and justice Ashish Ranjan Das passed the order, declaring absolute the rule issued earlier in this regard.The court came up with the order after holding hearing on writ petitions filed by three people who were earlier convicted by mobile courts.”The court ordered to cancel their sentences and refund Tk 1000000 realised from one of them as fine within 90-day of receiving the copy of this judgment,” Barrister Hassan MS Azim, counsel for the petitioners, told the newsmen on that day.”From now on, the government cannot run mobile courts by executive magistrates. The government has to amend the law or formulate a new law if it wants to run mobile courts,” he had added.last_img read more

Congress To Take Up DACA Border Wall As It Advances On 2018

first_img Share Andrew Harnik/APPresident Trump, with House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, speaks to reporters after a retreat where GOP leaders made plans for 2018.It may be a new year, but Congress plans to spend most of January wrapping up old business left over from 2017.Congressional leaders are promising to head off any chance of a government shutdown well before the Jan. 19 deadline, but a nearly yearlong fight over President Trump’s demands to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border could threaten those plans.Democrats want the upcoming spending bill to also permanently protect the roughly 700,000 immigrants who are in the country illegally after being brought to the U.S. as children. They stand to lose the protected status they were given under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA.Trump rescinded that program last year, setting an expiration date in March, and congressional Republicans have agreed to work with Democrats on a new law to grant rights to those immigrants. Those talks appeared to be progressing over the holidays, but Trump’s demands that the deal include money to build a border wall could prevent an agreement.Trump repeated his demands Saturday during a news conference held during a weekend planning retreat with congressional leaders at Camp David.“We want the wall,” Trump said. “The wall is going to happen, or we’re not going to have DACA.”But Democrats are threatening to block any spending bill that includes funding for a wall — even if that means shutting down the government. Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the No. 2 Senate Democrat, said Friday that Democrats would not accept the latest offer from Republicans because it included $18 billion to build a wall. “President Trump has said he may need a good government shutdown to get his wall,” Durbin said. “With this demand, he seems to be heading in that direction.”Alabama Democrat Doug Jones was sworn in last week, which leaves Republicans with just 51 votes in the Senate. GOP leaders will need votes from at least nine Senate Democrats to pass any spending or immigration legislation. To do that, negotiators will have to balance Democrats’ calls for citizenship for all people protected under DACA against Trump’s demands for border security and the construction of a border wall.That standoff comes at a critical moment in the talks. Lawmakers are set to return to Washington on Monday with hopes of finalizing an immigration and spending bill while continuing talks to reauthorize a controversial wiretapping program, fully fund children’s health insurance and send billions in disaster aid to roughly half a dozen states and U.S. territories.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told reporters on Thursday that he is confident that negotiators will reach a deal without the risk of a shutdown.“Nobody wants to shut the government down on either side,” McConnell said. “I’m optimistic we’ll get a resolution to many of those issues before Jan. 19.”Finishing that work in just two weeks would be ambitious under any circumstances, but the talks come as Congress is also gearing up for the start of an election season that will determine which party controls both the House and the Senate.Congressional negotiators were nearing an agreement in late December on the spending portion of the talks, but leaders have been unwilling to finalize any single portion of the deal until all other elements are complete.That strategy is based on a political bet that a big, broad deal will include so many elements that nearly every lawmaker will be able to find something in the bill that they can support. That plan is particularly risky if lawmakers on either side try to add in politically motivated provisions — like abortion funding restrictions or means testing for government aid programs — known as poison pills.The House plans to kickstart action on some parts of the broader agreement early next week with a vote to extend a controversial wiretapping program authorized by Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act.Leaders are also in talks over plans to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which is set to expire in March, though some states may run out of funding sooner. The program generally enjoys bipartisan support and could be added to a big spending bill in hopes of making it more appealing to lawmakers who might be skittish about other parts of the deal.One group that may need some extra convincing are conservatives who are frustrated with Democrats’ demands to increase funding for domestic programs as part of any eventual spending deal. Democrats want the upcoming spending agreement to uphold a recent pattern of funding domestic programs at the same rate as military expenditures.Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., told reporters that cutting domestic funding would starve programs including health insurance for veterans and newly created initiatives to combat the opioid crisis. Schumer said there are a number of issues that have yet to be resolved, but like McConnell said he believes a deal is within reach.“Democrats are hopeful we can get this all done,” Schumer said. “We had very serious discussions with the Republican leadership in those areas, and now there will be staff discussions in the next few days trying to get those things done.”Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

Simulation shows its possible to move H2OC60 using electrical charge

first_img Two years ago, Japanese researchers Kei Kurotobi and Yasujiro Murata figured out a way to imbed a water molecule in a 60-atom fullerene (buckeyball)—they slit it open, inserted a single water molecule, then sealed it back up again, effectively trapping the water molecule inside—they called it H2O@C60. In this new effort, the researchers created a computer simulation which they claim shows what would happen if such a molecule were placed inside a nanotube and subjected to an electrical charge. Their efforts show, they say, that it would cause the fullerene (and water molecule) to move, in this case through a channel.David Lindley, in an article for the American Physical Society site Physics, says that the simulation the two researchers created takes into account all of the known properties of H2O@C60 and notes that the simulation treats the molecule as a single entity.After embedding the water molecule inside the fullerene, the researchers simulated putting the new structure inside of a carbon nanotube, essentially creating a channel to allow for movement of the fullerene along with its water molecule cargo. They then applied an electrical charge parallel to the nanotube. Doing so, the researchers found, caused the fullerene to move within the channel (and the water molecule inside to spin), carrying its cargo with it. Normally, applying an electrical charge to water molecules does not cause them to move (because they are neutrally charged)—instead a thermal driven motion known as libration occurs.In the simulation however, embedding a water molecule in a fullerene allows it to be driven through a channel using electric current, opening up the possibility of creating fullerenes that carry other chemicals through nanotubes—a process that could prove useful for applications such as delivering therapeutic drugs to ailing body parts, for example.Interestingly, the researchers found that if the charge was increased to 0.065 volts per angstrom, the direction of movement in the channel was reversed, though they can’t explain why. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (Phys.org) —Researchers Baoxing Xu and Xi Chen, working at Columbia University, have created a computer simulation that shows it’s possible to manipulate the movement of a 60-atom fullerene, with a water molecule trapped inside of it, using an electrical charge. They describe their simulation and results in their paper published in Physical Review Letters. A water molecule bestows electric polarity on the fullerene sphere that surrounds it, allowing the structure to be guided by an electric field, even though it remains electrically neutral. Credit: Physics Focus / F. L. Bowles/Univ. of California, Davis Scientists build world’s smallest ‘water bottle’ Explore furthercenter_img © 2013 Phys.org Citation: Simulation shows it’s possible to move H2O@C60 using electrical charge (2013, April 22) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-04-simulation-h2oc60-electrical.html More information: Electrical-Driven Transport of Endohedral Fullerene Encapsulating a Single Water Molecule, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 156103 (2013) prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v110/i15/e156103AbstractEncapsulating a single water molecule inside an endohedral fullerene provides an opportunity for manipulating the H2O@C60 through the encapsulated polar H2O molecule. Using molecular dynamic simulations, we propose a strategy of electrical-driven transport of H2O@C60 inside a channel, underpinned by the unique behavior of a water molecule free from a hydrogen-bonding environment. When an external electrical field is applied along the channel’s axial direction, steady-state transport of H2O@C60 can be reached. The transport direction and rate depend on the applied electrical intensity as well as the polar orientation of the encapsulated H2O molecule. Journal information: Physical Review Letterslast_img read more

After Majerhat officials mull separate routes for Gangasagar pilgrims

first_imgKolkata: The Majerhat bridge caving-in incident cropped up at the meeting held at Nabanna on Thursdayover preparations for Gangasagar Mela as it is one ofthe crucial routes that pilgrims take to reach the transitpoints in South 24-Parganas through Diamond Harbour Road.With the caving-in, the concerned officials have started pondering as to how exactly around 20 lakh pilgrims would reach the place from Kolkata. Gangasagar Mela takes place in January every year in the Sagar Island. But the planning begins from September onwards and Chief Secretary Malay De held a preparatory meeting in this regard at Nabanna on Thursday. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeSenior officials from concerned departments including Public Health Engineering, Health, Public Works Department, Transport department, top brass of South 24-Parganas district administration, Kolkata Police personnel and BSNL authorities were present during the meeting.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will also hold a meeting later to review the preparations and to ensure that pilgrims from all over the country do not face any inconvenience.Sources said the alternate roads including one through Garden Reach flyover have come up as the routes through which vehicles of pilgrims will pass by in the absence of the Majerhat flyover. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed”Though it is not known yet whether the Majerhat bridge will be reconstructed or not, preliminary discussions were held on Thursday on the basis of the present situation,” said an official adding that the Kolkata Police officers have also come up with their suggestions in this connection.Sources added that there were also discussionson the issues related to the dredging in Muriganga River which is quite essential for smooth operation of vessels to transit pilgrims. The state Irrigation department has assured that all steps would be taken for proper dredging.The state government also needs to make arrangements for buses and vessels.Additional buses are also sent to Sagar Island normally in which pilgrims travel from transit points to the venue.last_img read more

Bengal Fish Fest kicks off today

first_imgKolkata: The state Fisheries department will organise the three-day ‘Bengal Fish Fest 2019′ at Nalban Food Park in Salt Lake Sector V from Friday to Sunday (January 11 to 13), with the aim of propagating the activities of the state government in this area and at the same time, address the current issues pertaining to aquaculture, fish feed and exports in the fishery and seafood sector.The festival will host stalls and exhibitions put up by stakeholders from the fisheries sector for promotion of modern technologies, different varieties of fish feed, ornamental fish etc. A large number of food stalls will also be set up by reputed food chains/brands to titillate the tastebuds of fish loving Bengalis with exotic fish delicacies. Indian Chamber of Commerce is the event partner. Also Read – 3 injured, flight, train services hit as rains lash BengalState Fisheries minister Chandranath Sinha said: “We have been able to increase the production of big fishes in the state by 40 percent. We have instructed state Fisheries Development Corporation to take necessary steps to increase fish cultivation in ponds throughout the state.” It may be mentioned that with its vast resource of more than 4.27 lakh hectares of impounded water bodies (including 3.35 lakh hectares of inland and 0.92 lakh hectares of brackish water area), Bengal has a tremendous potential in the fisheries sector, which is almost unrivalled in India. Bengal ranks second in fish and first in fish seed production in the country. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed”This sector has tremendous export potential and during the last 7 years, export figures have grown significantly from 61,709 metric tonnes (Rs 1,734 crore) in 2011-12 to 1,05,318 metric tonnes (Rs 4,910 crore) in 2017-18,” a senior official of the state Fisheries department said. A special Investors’ Meet will also be organised during the festival to explore the scope of export promotion and investment potential, as well as the possibility of promoting the fish market within and outside Bengal.last_img read more