Arvin Tolentino had a chance to win the game for FEU but he turned the ball over to pave the way for overtime.READ: No regrets for Tolentino after costly error: ‘That’s part of the game’“It was a good game, they fought until the very end, we could’ve won,” said Santos, a one-time PBA MVP and multiple-time champion. “Of course, it hurts to see when they lost.”Santos, who was a No. 2 overall pick in the PBA, said Tolentino should learn from his mistake.Tolentino was isolated twice in the overtime period that allowed Matt Nieto to score five straight points that gave Ateneo an 85-80 lead with 46.9 seconds left in the game.ADVERTISEMENT No regrets for Tolentino after costly error: ‘That’s part of the game’ “There were mistakes on defense and that last offensive sequence in regulation by Arvin,” said Santos. “I wish that he learns from this, this will be one of the things that he’ll look at and this will motivate him to be better.” LATEST STORIES Arwind Santos. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netArwind Santos has experienced his fair share of failures, and when he saw his alma mater Far Eastern University falter in the Final Four against Ateneo he wanted the Tamaraws to learn from the heartbreak and go into the future with a better outlook. “I hope the players don’t look at this loss as a reason to lose confidence in themselves or become lazy,” said Santos in Filipino Wednesday after FEU lost, 88-84, in overtime at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC “They should become better after this.”READ: Ateneo escapes FEU, faces DLSU in UAAP Finals rematchFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutFEU held a 67-59 lead midway through the fourth quarter but Ateneo cut the deficit and went on to tie the game at 69 on Mike Nieto’s triple with 3:41 left in the period.Jasper Parker gave FEU a 75-72 buffer with 14.5 seconds left but Isaac Go sent the game to extra time with a booming triple six seconds later, tying the game at 75. CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA MOST READ Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Read Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
For the second time in a little over a month, the Indian cricket board refused to discuss the abysmal performance of the national team on its just-concluded winless tour of England, with new president N Srinivasan reposing full faith in the players.Officials who attended the 82nd BCCI annual general body meeting said that no one uttered a word on the team that failed to register a single win.”Not at all. No one said anything on India’s performance during the two-hour meeting,” one of them said on condition of anonymity.Even on August 15, by which time India had lost three of the four Tests, all the officials who attended a working committee meeting maintained a deafening silence.”They were the toast of India till two months ago, after they won the 50-over World Cup in April. You win some, you lose some. A number of factors led to the defeats, like injuries to some players and bad luck (rains and error-prone technology),” Srinivasan told Mail Today.”I am not going to dump the team just after one bad series.” Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team failed to win a single Test, One-Day International or the lone Twenty20 International.A spate of injuries, fatigue, and rain were the main factors that led to the 0-4 whitewash in the Test series, the 0-3 defeat in the ODI series as well as the T20 International. Earlier in the day, addressing his first press conference as BCCI president, Srinivasan told reporters: “We didn’t have our best team from the beginning. We have faith in the team. There’s no reason why we can’t get back there (No. 1 spot). We have not formed any committee (for a post-mortem).”advertisementSrinivasan, however, said that the BCCI would complain to the ICC about Hot Spot technology.”We were extremely reluctant to implement the DRS (umpires’ Decision Review System) and had no belief in the ball tracking system. The BCCI is not averse to technology and agreed to a minimum usage of DRS, including HotSpot, at the last ICC meeting in Hong Kong,” he said.”We were under the impression that HotSpot was very good. It’s not necessary for me to dwell on the accuracy of HotSpot; it was there for everybody to see.”Rahul Dravid was once given out caught after the review, even though HotSpot showed the ball hadn’t touched his bat. There were other instances when Indians, including VVS Laxman, were at the receiving end of the errorprone technology.”The BCCI will raise this issue at the next ICC meeting. We want to revisit it as we feel HotSpot is insufficient technology and, therefore, we would request that it be revised,” said Srinivasan, who will now sit on the ICC executive board that takes the final call on all decisions.”At the last meeting, Mr (Shashank) Manohar had opposed the DRS before laying down office and at the next meeting I will do it.” A new set of office bearers formally took over at the AGM that was reduced from a two-day affair to one after the 14-point agenda was gone through quickly.Mohinder Amarnath replaced Yashpal Sharma as the north zone representative for the lone change on the senior selection panel. The junior panel remained unchanged. Gargi Banerjee will replace Vrinda Bhagat as head of the five-member women’s selection panel, which saw two changes.On the Indian team boycotting the ICC annual awards function in London recently, Srinivasan clarified that both Manohar and he got the ICC invitations, but not the team. “Neither of us could go as we were busy. But no specific invitation had gone to the team. Later on, an ICC team went to Lord’s to invite the players on September 11, but by then, the players had made their plans (for the day),” he said.Asked about the resumption of bilateral cricket ties between India and Pakistan, Srinivasan said as of now there was nothing on the table. A top Pakistan board official said in Lahore on Monday that they were eager to meet BCCI officials in this regard.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Adam ColeBecky LynchDrew McIntyreSeth Rollins First Published: November 21, 2019, 3:35 PM IST WWE NXT’s go-home show before WarGames and Survivor series saw a solid booking in terms of in-ring action and building storylines. Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, Drew McIntyre and Tommaso Ciampa all has excellent moments going into the pay-per-view, while the storylines too were adequately developed to make Sunday’s mega event all that more interesting.The evening started with Becky Lynch being inside the NXT ring insulting Bayley. The Raw Women’s Champion then called out WWE NXT Women’s Champion asking her what she would do since Lynch was in the ring. However, instead of Baszler responding, out came Rhea Ripley who demanded a match between the two. Following some back-and-forth action, Lynch caught Ripley with a Dis-Arm-Her, but Ripley powered out and hit her with an intense powerbomb. It was at this time that the NXT Horsewomen charged the ring, but Lynch and Ripley teamed up to clear house. The evening also saw Matt Riddle defeat Ricochet via pinfall. The match saw interference from SmackDown’s Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura, whose distraction allowed Riddle to pick up the win. Following the match Nakamura and Cesaro attacked once again and while Ricochet took out Cesaro with a springboard splash, Roderick Strong saved riddle from a Kinshasa. Amidst all these, Finn Balor ran in to attack Riddle, but Riddle bounced Balor outside the ring with a Final Flash.Here’s what else happened on WWE NXT:Undisputed Era defeated The Revival via pinfall in a non-title match.Viking Raiders defeated Forgotten Sons via pinfall in a non-title match.Adam Cole defeated Dominic Dijakovic in a non-title Ladder Match.The evening also saw Kay Lee Ray defeated Dakota Kai via pinfall in a non-title match. Following the match SmackDown’s Carmella, Dana Brooke, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville attacked the competitors in the ring and soon enough the entire NXT women’s roster ran in except the Horsewomen to even things out. Natalya and Sarah Logan joined the brawl as well until SmackDown’s Nikki Cross cleaned house.Following Cole’s win over Dominic Dijakovic, as Undisputed Era made their way out to celebrate, SmackDown superstars took them out. Raw and more NXT superstars too came out for the brawl and Drew McIntyre entered the ring to hit Dijakovic with the Claymore Kick. Seth Rollins appeared out of nowhere and gave a superkick to Cole. As Rollins was about to hit The Stomp, Tommaso Ciampa made his way slowly into the ring to face Rollins, but took out Cole first. The show went off air as the brawl continued.
Manchester United was made to pay for Juan Mata’s early sending-off in a 1-0 loss to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday that damaged its ambitions of Champions League qualification from the Premier League.Mata collected two yellow cards in three minutes to leave his side with 10 men from the 26th minute and United couldn’t hold on, with Salomon Rondon scoring the winning goal in the 66th at The Hawthorns.The loss ended United’s run of four straight wins in all competitions and left the team sixth in the standings – three points behind fourth-place Manchester City, which has a game in hand.United initially coped well with Mata’s first-ever Premier League dismissal but failed to seriously threaten West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster.West Brom finished the stronger and secured its first home win over United in the Premier League era when Sebastien Pocognoli crossed from the left toward Rondon, who controlled the ball and slammed a left-footed shot into the corner from eight meters.”(The red card) changed the game because you have one less man in attacking areas, which affected us on the break especially,” United captain Michael Carrick said. “They were not causing us many problems but took their chance.”Mata collected his first yellow card for blocking a quickly taken free kick by Darren Fletcher, a former United player. Fletcher was then tripped by Mata as he attempted to run clear from his own area, earning the Spain playmaker his first-ever Premier League dismissal. The 27-year-old Spaniard joined Chelsea in 2011 and moved to United in 2014.advertisement”We have played 60 minutes with 10 versus 11, and this is the fifth match in 14 days,” United manager Louis van Gaal said. “It’s very difficult to play against 11 players (in this situation). I think it’s the reason why we lost.”West Brom moved to 39 points, one adrift of the target manager Tony Pulis has set the team.”As you’ve seen this year, results have been off the radar (in the Premier League),” Pulis said. “Let’s get 40 points. I think that’s definitely safe.”
Realme has launched the Realme 3 in India on Monday for a starting price of Rs 8,999. With the Realme 3 the Chinese smartphone maker aims to take on the likes of Xiaomi’s newly announced Redmi Note 7. Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 7 in India last week for a starting price of Rs 9,999 which is Rs 1,000 more than the Realme 3. The key highlights of the Realme 3 are its gradient finish, its powerful processor which is Helio P70 and dew drop notch which equips the 13MP selfie camera, dual rear cameras and 4,230mAh battery. One of the best bits is that the Realme 3 comes with Android Pie-based ColorOS 6.0 out-of-the-box.Overall, both the Realme 3 and the Redmi Note 7 are great looking smartphones under Rs 10,000. The Realme 3 comes with gradient finish or in simple words dual tone design, the Redmi Note 7 doesn’t include the gradient design like the Note 7 Pro but comes in eye catchy colours like Onyx Black, Ruby Red, and Sapphire Blue. The Realme 3 comes in two colours — Radiant Blue, Classic Black and Dynamic Black. Let’s take a quick look at what these two new budget phones offers to the consumers.–The Realme 3 sports a smaller screen than the Redmi Note 7. The Realme 3 features a 6.2-inch HD+ (1520×720) display with 19:9 aspect ratio. While the Redmi Note 7 sports a 6.3-inch full-HD+ LTPS display with screen resolution of 1080×2340 pixels and aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Notably, the Realme 3 uses HD+ panel while the Redmi Note 7 comes with a full HD+ panel.–Both the Realme 3 and Redmi Note 7 are beautiful looking phones. As far as the build quality is concerned both the Realme and Redmi phones are pretty sturdy. The Realme 3 uses plastic for its back panel while the Redmi Note 7 includes Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on both front and back panel. On the front the Realme 3 uses Corning Gorilla Glass 3.advertisement–As for the performance we are yet to test the Realme as well as Redmi phone properly but both the phones appear to offer great performance for their price. The Realme 3 is powered by a 2.1GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P70 chipset while the Redmi Note 7 is powered by 2.2GHz Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset. The Redmi Note 7 and the Realme 3 come in two variants — 3GB RAM/32GB storage and 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage. –We are yet to test the cameras of the Redmi Note 7 and the Realme 3 but on paper the back and front cameras of both the phones appear to be pretty impressive for their price. The Realme 3 includes dual cameras on the back including primary 13MP sensor and 2MP secondary sensor. Notably, the primary camera gets a f/1.8 aperture, PDAF and 5P lens, while the secondary camera is for capturing portrait shots. On the front the Realme 3 includes a 13MP f/2.0 camera for selfies. The Redmi Note 7, in comparison, also includes a dual camera system on the rear panel. On the back the Redmi Note 7 includes a primary 12MP sensor and secondary 5MP sensor for capturing depth shots. On the front the Redmi Note 7 includes a 13MP selfie shooter with lots of AI features.–The Realme 3 houses a 4,230mAh battery while the Redmi Note 7 includes a 4,000mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 4. On the software front both the Realme 3 and Redmi Note 7 run Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box based on ColorOS 6.0 and MIUI 10, respectively.–The Realme 3 comes with micro USB support while the Redmi Nte 7 comes with Type-C support. Both the Realme and Redmi phones come with 3.5mm headphone jack.Realme 3 vs Redmi Note 7: Price and availabilityThe Realme 3 will go on sale in India on March 12 on Flipkart while the Redmi Note 7 will be available in the country for the first time on March 6. As for the pricing the Realme 3 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage model has been priced at Rs 8,999 while the 4GB/64GB variant comes for Rs 10,999. In comparison, the Redmi Note 7 3GB RAM/32GB storage comes for Rs 9,999 while the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage has been priced at Rs 11,999. The Realme 3 will be available in two colours Radiant Blue, Classic Black, and Dynamic Black, while the Redmi Note 7 will sell in three colours — Onyx Black, Ruby Red, and Sapphire Blue.ALSO READ | Realme 3 with Helio P70, ColorOS 6, dewdrop display launched starting at Rs 8,999ALSO READ | Realme 3 launched: Key specs, features, India price and everything you need to knowALSO READ | Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Redmi Note 6 Pro: 48MP camera, glass back and everything different in new Note
Premier League Premier League fixtures 2018-19: Opening weekend, derbies and key dates Chris Burton Last updated 1 year ago 16:00 6/14/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images Premier League Arsenal AFC Bournemouth Brighton & Hove Albion Burnley West Ham United Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Everton Fulham Huddersfield Town Leicester City Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Newcastle United Southampton Tottenham Hotspur Watford Wolverhampton Wanderers Key entries on the English top-flight calendar as reigning champions, title hopefuls, new boys and summer signings ready themselves for the new season As if the start of the World Cup was not exciting enough, we now know the schedule for the 2018-19 Premier League season.Manchester City may have established domestic dominance in record-breaking style last time out, with Pep Guardiola’s side becoming the first to reach the fabled 100-point mark, but there are plenty of teams intent on making life considerably more difficult for the Blues in the defence of that crown.Jose Mourinho is under pressure to deliver at Manchester United following a rare trophyless campaign, while Tottenham are determined to take the next step from also-rans to trophy winners with Mauricio Pochettino tied to fresh terms. 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Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Arsenal would be selling their soul with Mourinho move North London rivals Arsenal are entering a brave new world without Arsene Wenger, with Unai Emery about to get his first taste of life in the English top-flight, while there are plenty of issues to address at Chelsea as they seek to once again counter top-four failure with a title challenge.Liverpool will also expect to be in the mix after reaching last season’s Champions League final, ambitious Wolves will be eager to make their mark among the elite, while Cardiff City and Fulham are back in the big time after four-year absences.Premier League 2018-19 opening weekend The first fixtures in the 2018-19 campaign will take place on the weekend of August 11/12.Manchester City and Chelsea will have met at Wembley a week prior to the big kick-off in the Community Shield, with the first silverware of the season on the line.The reigning champions will then open the defence of their crown with a heavyweight clash against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium – offering new Gunners boss Emery a baptism of fire.FA Cup holders Chelsea start on the road at Huddersfield, while London rivals Tottenham are also away from home as they travel to St James’ Park to take on Newcastle.Manchester United and Liverpool will take in home dates with Leicester City and West Ham respectively, with a visit to Anfield seeing Manuel Pellegrini – a title winner with Manchester City in 2014 – return to English top-flight management.Elsewhere, Cardiff’s first game back in the Premier League takes them to Bournemouth, Fulham welcome capital foes Crystal Palace to Craven Cottage, and Wolves play host to Marco Silva’s Everton at Molineux.Southampton entertain Burnley – last season’s surprise package – and Brighton go to Watford in the final fixtures on the opening weekend. First round of fixtures Bournemouth vs Cardiff City Arsenal vs Manchester City Fulham vs Crystal Palace Huddersfield Town vs Chelsea Liverpool vs West Ham Manchester United vs Leicester City Newcastle vs Tottenham Southampton vs Burnley Watford vs Brighton Wolves vs Everton Premier League 2018-19 derby dates The first big derby encounters of the new season are not due to take place until November, with those sides involved in such passionate fixtures given the opportunity to build some momentum before facing their fiercest rivals.Manchester foes City and United will be the first to lock horns at the Etihad Stadium, followed by Tottenham and Chelsea – in a game which should be held at Spurs’ upgraded White Hart Lane home.As things stands, December 1 will see north London pride put on the line as Arsenal play host to Tottenham while Liverpool are set to welcome Everton across Stanley Park to Anfield.The reverse fixtures for those four sides are due to take place on the same weekend in early March 2019.Manchester derby Date Match 10/11/2018 Manchester City vs Manchester United 16/03/2019 Manchester United vs Manchester City North London derby Date Match 01/12/2018 Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur 02/03/2019 Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal Merseyside derby Date Match 01/12/2018 Liverpool vs Everton 02/03/2019 Everton vs Liverpool London derby Date Match 24/11/2018 Tottenham vs Chelsea 27/02/2019 Chelsea vs Tottenham M23 derby Date Match 04/12/2018 Brighton vs Crystal Palace 09/03/2019 Crystal Palace vs Brighton Premier League 2018-19 title deciders The Premier League title picture always becomes a little clearer when the big boys lock horns, with there plenty of fixtures outside of the aforementioned derby contests which could determine the destination of the crown.One of those takes place on the opening weekend, as Manchester City take on Arsenal, and the big games will come thick and fast from that point. Date Match 18/08/2018 Chelsea vs Arsenal 25/08/2018 Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur 15/09/2018 Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool 29/09/2018 Chelsea vs Liverpool 06/10/2018 Liverpool vs Manchester City 20/10/2018 Chelsea vs Manchester United 27/10/2018 Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City 03/11/2018 Arsenal vs Liverpool 04/12/2018 Manchester United vs Arsenal 08/12/2018 Chelsea vs Manchester City 15/12/2018 Liverpool vs Manchester United 29/12/2018 Liverpool vs Arsenal 01/01/2019 Manchester City vs Liverpool 12/01/2019 Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United 19/01/2019 Arsenal vs Chelsea 02/02/2019 Manchester City vs Arsenal 09/02/2019 Manchester City vs Chelsea 23/02/2019 Manchester United vs Liverpool 09/03/2019 Arsenal vs Manchester United 30/03/2019 Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur 13/04/2019 Liverpool vs Chelsea 20/04/2019 Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur 27/04/2019 Manchester United vs Chelsea The final round of Premier League fixtures in the 2018-19 campaign, which could see plenty still on the line at opposite ends of the table, is due to take place on May 12. 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TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Martinez offers transfer advice to Chelsea ace Hazardby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBelgium coach Roberto Martinez says Chelsea ace Eden Hazard needs to trust his “intuition” over the prospect of leaving for Real Madrid. With Real circling, Hazard has postponed new contract talks until the end of the season.Martinez has weighed into the debate, stating: “Hazard? He is a person who is always guided by his intuition. He is a realistic player. “He left Belgium very young because he wanted to be a footballer, and from there, he managed things with his clubs that are not normal. He is a person who is prepared to arrive in any project at the global level. “My advice is that he be happy and follow his intuition.”
NASCAR Driver Brad Keselowski on Crashing, Winning, and Creating a Legacy Slopestyle Mountain Bike Champion Emil Johansson Talks Tricks, Staying Fit, and More Editors’ Recommendations The Best Campgrounds Near Major U.S. Cities Today we hear from Spanish born Pablo Conejero Lopez, a poet, musician who also works at J. Mueser in New York City.I was born and raised in Valencia, a small city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. Due to the professions of my parents, I spent a big portion of the first seventeen years of my life in a small town called Seven Oaks in Kent, England.At the age of 18, just after starting my career as an actor and collaborator at the acting studio of The Shakespeare Foundation of Spain (a position I still hold today as Honorary Vice-President) , I went to drama school at the National Youth Theater in London. This period marked the awakening of what you could call my voice as a poet. Working with monologues and poems in class I gradually figured out a way to develop the artistic persona I had been seeking. I could exist somewhere between reality and fiction by translating my impressions into poems. I find this concept very interesting. The privilege that it is to experience this and to connect with people through art; to somehow be of service to humanity.Yet, it wasn’t until I was 22 that I started considering Poetry and Music as my main vocation.In the summer of 2004 (aged 24) I released my first collection of poems, named Rock and Roll Jolie . I also put out two albums as the lead singer and lyricist of a Spanish cult punk band called Vice & Vanity. With them I toured extensively around Spain. We became quite well known within the underground scene in the Madrid of those days and even got some mainstream exposure.In 2006 I moved to New York City with an Artist Visa, (sponsored by The Shakespeare Foundation of Spain) for poetry research and development. I had my second book, entitled New Reality, published in December 2011.New Reality is a collection of poems and songs illustrated by artist Vincent Michaud. Vincent is my husband and artistic partner with whom I’m always collaborating. We released New Reality at The Hole Gallery on The Bowery with a self produced event which included live music, a poetry reading and an exhibition of the illustrations. This event resulted in the formation of a musical act called Mone, in 2012 performing at a number of selected events and venues around New York.These days I’m living in the Lower East Side/Chinatown area of Manhattan, just a block away from the East River and Cherry Street, which used to be the first stop for immigrants coming from Spain back in the early XX Century. My maternal grandfather emigrated from Valencia as a child with his parents and brother in 1917. They returned to Spain six years after, though, but I like to think that a part of their spirit is still here close to me.I recently started a new and exciting collaborative music project called Ensalmo. We will release a couple tracks and play live in early 2017 so stay tuned!I also just completed what will be my first bilingual Poetry book. I originally wrote most of the poems in Spanish and then translated them into English. Some were developed the other way around. I feel that this might be the most experimental work I’ve done up to this point. Meaning that I hadn’t played with the two languages I speak and the general tone this much before. The book will be published by next spring. I will unveil the title and the rest of details very soon.When I’m not wearing J. Mueser I usually just wear Vintage.Outerwear: My Favorite coat is a brown leather trench from the 70s I bought at a Vintage store in Brooklyn. It was, funny enough, originally made by Cortefiel which is a department store in Spain that used to be very hip in the 70s and 80s.Accessories: All my jewelry is brand-less. Just silver, two rings with gem stones from random Tibetan places in the East Village. A silver chain on my wrist from a small hispanic jewelry shop off of 14th street that doesn’t exist anymore. My favorite belt a thick black with square buckle I’ve had for 10 years and I bought at the Navy-Army store on Houston St.Shirts: All my shirts are from weird second hand stores or the Salvation Army, if they are not J Mueser.Jeans: My favorite pair of jeans is a $5 extra faded 2nd hand pair of wranglers I bleached, then dyed and got tailoredShoes: My shoes are either Jefferey-West or my favorite pair of Zipp-up, Chelsea boots from Merc London, made in Spain.Suits: Worsted Wool Navy Suit, Cashmere roll neck sweater and pocket square, all by J. MueserFavorite cologne: Heno De PraviaFavorite app: Oblique Strategies Favorite piece of technology: A turntable if that counts.Next style/gear purchase: I’m getting a custom flannel suit made at J. Mueser. My choice to stay warm, feel comfortable and look sharp in the winter. Zach Klein Is the Reason We’re All Obsessed with Cabin Porn On the Road with Mikah Meyer, the First Person to Visit Every National Park Site in One Trip
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Bengaluru: Echoing Indian space agency Chairman K. Sivan’s hunch on the descent of lander Vikram being terrifying, a space expert on Sunday said its hard landing on the moon at a tilted angle could have snapped the communication link with the mission control here, 3.84 lakh km away. “The contact has been lost because Vikram would have hit the moon’s surface hard at high speed and tumbled over rather than landing softly on its four legs as intended,” former Space Commission member Roddam Narasimha told IANS. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details Though the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is yet to affirm what could have snapped the contact between Vikram and its Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network Centre (Istrac) on early Saturday, the 86-year-old veteran space scientist said the link would have been lost as the lander hit the lunar surface hard, damaging its half-a-dozen sensitive devices such as laser detection cameras, ka band and laser altimeters, and other vital sensors. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday Sivan had announced in a tense mission control room that the communication link was lost when Vikram was 2.1 km above the lunar surface on descent mode as planned, and its performance was normal till then. Narasimha said: “As the telemetry signals showed Vikram descending angularly as planned, going through the rough and fine braking phases with its four engines on, the lander deviated to the right for a while before getting back to the intended path. This could have delayed Vikram’s positioning in a vertical mode for soft landing.” The hard landing would have also occurred if the four engines had not shut off when the lander was descending from 400 metres height and the central engine had not maintained the thrust to decelerate its speed for soft landing on a rocky surface in a hostile environment. “If the four engines or thrusters, which were moving the lander downwards, did not stop burning during the fine braking and the fifth or central engine did not generate enough thrust to reduce its speed, a hard landing would have been a body blow to Vikram,” pointed out Narasimha. Although the space agency on Sunday claimed to have found the location where Vikram had landed or crashed from a thermal image taken by its orbiter at 100km above the surface while spinning over its north-south poles, its health condition and the fate of its sensitive devices would be known only after analyzing the data and scanning the image. The space agency did not confirm reports in a section of the media that the communication link between the lander and the orbiter was intact but not with Istrac through its Deep Space Network (DSN) at Bylalu. “Even if the link between Vikram and the orbiter was intact, the space agency has to tell if the latter (orbiter) has relayed to the ground station the lander’s condition and what it has been relaying since it hard landed because they both have been programmed to transmit and receive telemetry signals through electromagnetic waves to perform the specific tasks as per the mission’s objectives,” said Narasimha, who served the space agency for the longest period (18 years) from 1994-2012. “As the final descent is on an autonomous mode and in accordance with the required lunar conditions, the scope for manoeuvres at the last minute or in unforeseen circumstances in unmanned missions are limited,” he added.
OTTAWA (NEWS 1130) — The federal Natural Resources Committee held an emergency meeting on Parliament Hill as the opposition demanded action from the Trudeau government on the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline.Last week, the Federal Court of Appeal tossed out the approval of the controversial project, which the government is purchasing for 4.5-billion dollars.Opposition MP’s like Conservative shadow minister on natural resources, Shannon Stubbs, forced this emergency meeting in order to demand answers and action from the Trudeau government.Stubbs is angry the Liberals used their majority on the committee to defeat her motion to launch a study on the state of the Trans Mountain pipeline. She says the government needs to explain what went wrong and what it will do to get the pipeline built.“They have no plan and they have no answers for Canadians,” Stubbs says. “[The Liberal party have to] outline immediately a concrete plan to ensure that the Trans Mountain expansion can go ahead.”Liberal MP Marc Serre indicates the opposition will not get any answers today.Liberals defeat the Conservative motion at the Natural Resources committee to study the court ruling on Trans Mountain pipeline and have Ministers appear to explain the next steps #cdnpoli— Cormac Mac Sweeney (@cmaconthehill) September 4, 2018“We’re taking the appropriate time to review the decision and access the next steps,” says Serre, adding the feds are still committed to the project that is supposed to ship diluted bitumen from Edmonton to Burnaby Mountain for overseas exports.Liberals on the committee say the government needs time to study the decision before announcing next steps. It’s not clear if the government is considering an appeal.NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, on the other hand, says the whole project should be turfed.“The review process is flawed on a number of grounds,” Singh says, singling out the federal court’s findings that there were inadequate consultations with Indigenous communities and not enough examinations of the risks to the B.C. coast.Speaking to NEWS 1130 after a transit announcement in Surrey, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau doubled down on his previous statements on the Trans Mountain expansion.He adds consultations with First Nations and addressing environmental issues are not about appeasing the courts, but about demonstrating that Canada can get its resources onto global markets “in the right way.”“This is all about whether or not we can continue to be a resource exporting nation,” Trudeau says.“As we said from the very beginning, you can’t make a choice between the economy and the environment. You have to do them together, and that’s exactly what we have been focused on and we will continue to do even more of.”— with files from Sonia Aslam
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Rabat – Senegalese Foreign Affairs Minister Amadou Ba has reiterated his country’s commitment and ongoing support for Morocco’s Autonomy Plan. Morocco submitted the plan to the United Nations in 2007 as a way to reach an agreed upon and mutually acceptable political solution to end the dispute over Western Sahara.The Senegalese official made his statement on Monday, September 16, following a meeting with his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita.“I would like to reiterate in this regard the strong and constant support of the Republic of Senegal for the Moroccan Sahara, a position that Senegal has been defending for a long time,” said the official. Ba is in Morocco as part of an official two days visit, the first of its kind since his appointment in April 2019.The Senegalese official also reaffirmed Senegal’s determination to support the UN-led political process to find a mutually acceptable political solution to the Western Sahara conflict.During a joint press conference, Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita expressed his satisfaction with the strong diplomatic relations between the two African states. He added that Senegalese diplomacy has always been an ally to Morocco in its fight for territorial integrity.“The kingdom will always be grateful for this strong and active position expressed regularly at regional and international meetings,” he added.CounterterrorismIn addition to Western Sahara, the meeting’s agenda also touched on Morocco’s efforts to fight extremism and terrorism in Africa.The Senegalese official said that Morocco has developed expertise in the fight against terrorism. He added that this expertise could “help African countries face this scourge.”The Senegalese minister added that “Senegal and Morocco have dynamic and strong” ties strengthened through the special relationship between HM King Mohammed VI and President of the Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall.
Adopting a new resolution today that extended UNMIL through 30 September 2015, the Council decided the mission would also focus on human rights promotion and protection, and protection of UN personnel. UNMIL would also assist the Government of Liberia in developing and implementing, “as soon as possible and in close coordination with bilateral and multilateral partners, its national strategy on Security Sector Reform (SSR).” The Council decided that UNMIL’s authorized strength would remain at up to 4,811 military and 1,795 police personnel. In its duties, UNMIL also would coordinate with the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER), as appropriate.Further to the resolution, UNMIL would assist senatorial elections – postponed since October – by providing logistical support. In the area of human rights, it would carry out promotion, protection and monitoring activities, with a focus on abuse against women and children, notably sexual- and gender-based violence.The Council decided that UNMIL would have a “renewed focus” on supporting the Government in achieving a transition of complete security responsibility to the Liberian National Police, by strengthening its capacity to manage personnel and improve training. It requested the Secretary-General to ensure that the Mission had qualified specialist advisers to help the implementation of sustainable rule of law, justice, governance and security sector reform programmes.Urging the Government to prioritize the development of security agencies, especially the National Police, the Council emphasized the need for progress on constitutional and institutional reforms and urged intensified efforts on the transition of security responsibilities from UNMIL to the national authorities. More broadly, it recognized that the Ebola outbreak had put on hold joint activities of Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire and affirmed the importance of inter-mission cooperation arrangements as UNMIL and the UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) downsized.In that context, the Council recalled the Secretary-General’s proposal to establish a quick reaction force to implement UNOCI’s mandate and support UNMIL, as well as its requests to ensure that the unit reached full operational capability no later than May 2015. It requested the Secretary-General to provide a midterm report on the ground situation no later than 30 April 2015 and a final report no later than 15 August 2015.
Personal trainers have been a part of professional sports for decades. Personal data analysts are newer.As a trained mathematician, Justin Zormelo provided Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder with personalized analytics during Durant’s MVP season. And in his most recent undertaking, Zormelo is training a 17-year-old, 7-foot-1-inch Sudan native named Thon Maker. Zormelo’s story is told in the latest “Signals” film from FiveThirtyEight and ESPN Films: “By The Numb3rs (With Justin Zormelo),” directed by Jamie Schutz.
The Ohio State women’s volleyball team lost in straight sets to 9th-ranked Penn State Wednesday night at St. John Arena (25-22, 25-21, 25-18). The match featured 22 ties and nine lead changes, but OSU couldn’t seem to get in a serving rhythm. “Our serving just wasn’t great tonight,” OSU coach Geoff Carlston said. “We’ve got to go back and we’ll work on that tomorrow.” The much bigger Penn State team created problems for the Buckeyes all night on the front lines. “They changed their blocking strategy. They committed on their middles,” senior outside hitter Anna Szerszen said. “We weren’t able to adapt fast enough.” Sophomore outside hitter Emily Danks led the Buckeyes with nine points, including six kills. Reigning Big Ten Player of the Week Kelli Barhorst was held to three points as Penn State adjusted to defend her early. “We were setting the same ball to her and they we’re defending it well,” Carlston said. Sophomore setter Amanda Peterson was productive off the bench for the Buckeyes. “Amanda Peterson came in and did a nice job of changing up the flow,” Carlston said. The Buckeyes look to improve their defense as they move farther into Big Ten play. “Our defense needs to perform better on the block,” senior setter Betsy Hone said. “We need to crash in, put our helmets on and play some defense.” With the loss, OSU drops to 16-6 on the season and 4-5 in Big Ten play. They travel to Evanston, Ill., to take on 22nd-ranked Northwestern Friday night at 7 p.m.
Aecon Group Inc has been awarded two contracts valued at approximately C$110 million for work in Aecon’s Mining segment. Aecon has been awarded a contract by K+S Potash Canada for additional work on their Legacy mining project in Saskatchewan. The scope of work awarded includes installation of process mechanical equipment, piping, electrical and instrumentation systems for the storage load-out building. Work will begin in the second quarter of 2015 and is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2016.This new contract is in addition to work previously awarded to Aecon by K+S Potash Canada for mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation systems for the North Tank Farm and for the Evaporator, Crystallisation and Clarifier Plant portion of the Legacy project. Under the terms of the second contract, Aecon will perform general site services at Vale Newfoundland & Labrador Ltd’s Long Harbour processing plant. Work commenced in the first quarter of 2015 and is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2016.“Aecon’s Mining segment continues to build on its strong backlog of work with these two important contracts,” says Teri McKibbon, President and CEO, Aecon Group Inc. “We are pleased to continue our work with K+S Potash Canada and Vale Newfoundland & Labrador Limited – both leaders in their respective industries.”
Traditional mechanical flow and level transmitters have been superseded by modern transmitters with no moving parts for the majority of applications. Guided wave radar level transmitters, vibronic level switches and the array of modern flow technologies on offer from Endress+Hauser have a number of significant advantages the company says both on new installations and as a direct replacement for equipment on your existing plant, reducing costs while increasing safety.The benefits include personnel safety because little or no mechanical maintenance on modern devices eliminates the need for personnel contact with process fluids. Reliable measurement and self-diagnostics ensure a safe process. Precise repeatable measurement gives consistent quality of the end product. Greater process uptime can be achieved through reduced maintenance and calibration and the simplest possible SIL proof tests.Most of the installation is simple with two-wire loop powered and four-wire powered devices.Modern flow technologies offer huge benefits over older mechanical devices, not only from reduced maintenance costs and increased safety but also by providing much more process data to allow more efficient running of your plant. For example, Coriolis meters provide up to 10 process measurements, including mass flow, volume flow, temperature, viscosity, density and concentration. Endress+Hauser also supplies vortex, electromagnetic, ultrasonic and thermal flowmeters for almost any application.Traditional displacer level transmitters and float switches have been superseded by guided wave radar devices for a majority of level measurement applications. While the concept of a displacer or float is simple, the moving parts they rely on make them subject to the same issues that affect all mechanical systems, thereby reducing reliability. Fitting modern level transmitters that have no moving parts gives increased confidence in the measurement by removing the most common causes of failure.
AH, THE 1980s. A more innocent time. A time of mullets; of growing pains; and of sharp, sharp fashions.And nowhere were the fashions sharper, the pains more painful, or the mullets, er, mulletier than in small-town Ireland.Do you remember? Allow us to refresh your memory. Let’s take you on a voyage to a small Midlands town in the 1980s.The tour starts at…1. The local discoIt’s murder on the dancefloor. And by ‘murder’ we mean ‘death by line-dancing accident’.2. Sporting gloryAlso known as ‘two young fellas beating the heads off each other’.3. Meeting local politiciansIs that the young, fresh-faced Brian Cowen on the canvass around the six-minute mark (and elsewhere)? Yes. Yes, it is.Fairly overshadowed by the sunglasses on his assistant. They call him “Magnum Force”.And did we mention the mobile phone around 9.05?4. The St Patrick’s Day paradeFeaturing men sawing wood. It’s what St Patrick would have wanted.5. The talent showOK, this happened in 1991. But the talent show never changes. It’s a wonder these people never attained pop stardom.Also, could the camera please be a little closer to their faces?6. Emigration from ShannonRemember when you could go outside at an airport and watch d’aeroplanes?And when everyone was leaving to live in other countries? Oh, wait…All videos via dessweene – check out his YouTube channel for more from Kilcormac, Co Offaly.Via Darragh Doyle and Simon Judge. GALLERY: Roscommon goes back to the nineties for ‘Moone Boy’ filming>For more, follow @dailyedge on Twitter and like The Daily Edge on Facebook.