12 August 2009Action must be taken to mitigate the impact of landslides such as those triggered recently in parts of East Asia by Typhoon Morakot, which has reportedly buried entire villages and killed scores of people, a senior United Nations official working on disaster risk reduction stressed today. “As this week’s tragic events in East Asia show once again, people living on unstable slopes and steep terrains are particularly at risk from landslides in the wake of torrential rain and flooding,” said Margareta Wahlström, who heads the UN International Strategy for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR). “While landslides are hard to predict, people living in landslide-prone areas can be alerted in advance if there are monitoring and warning systems in place to measure rainfalls and soil conditions,” she added.Ms. Wahlström underlined the urgency of these measures by pointing to population growth and the urbanization of steep hillsides, along with the predictions by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of more intense rainfalls in the future, leading to increased instability of slopes and making more people vulnerable to landslides.She also highlighted the case of Hong Kong, where a ‘Slope Safety System’ introduced in the mid-1970s has resulted in a 50 per cent fall in casualty rates from landslides since 1977, and is targeting a further reduction – to 75 per cent – by 2010. In addition, an early warning system implemented in Costa Rica, which trained some 200 people in disaster preparedness and 30 people as radio operators, saw a dramatic improvement in the response to a second landslide in nine months, saving hundreds of lives.“Landslides are a growing problem in many countries, but, as these examples show, people living in landslide-prone areas can be better protected,” said Ms. Wahlström, who is also Assistant-Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction.
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. faces new legal troubles as a shareholder has initiated a class-action lawsuit in connection with the company’s disclosure about the criminal charges against the embattled engineering firm.Law firm Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP filed a proposed class-action in Ontario Superior Court on Monday that alleges the company failed to disclose soon enough that federal prosecutors declined to invite it to negotiate a remediation agreement.The allegations have not been tested in court.The Montreal-based company is at the centre of a scandal enveloping Ottawa after the Globe and Mail reported the Prime Minister’s Office pressured former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to steer prosecutors to hammer out a remediation agreement that would have averted a criminal trial.The legal action says the head of the federal prosecution service told SNC-Lavalin on Sept. 4 that she would proceed with fraud and corruption charges stemming from the company’s business in Libya. The company did not inform shareholders until Oct. 10, at which point the share price dropped more than 13 per cent.“That should have been disclosed to investors,” said lawyer Jay Strosberg, who represents plaintiff John Peters.Provincial securities law requires publicly held companies “to publicly disclose any material changes” in the business, according to the Ontario Securities Commission.“Take for example someone who bought shares between Sept. 4 and Oct. 10. If he would have known, maybe he would not have bought the shares. And if the information was disclosed, he would have bought the shares at a lower price,” Strosberg said.The lawsuit seeks $75 million in damages for shareholders who acquired SNC-Lavalin securities between Sept. 4 and Oct. 10, he said.SNC-Lavalin declined to comment.The proposed class-action suit is the second against SNC-Lavalin in three weeks. Earlier this month, shareholder Ruediger Martin Graaf sought authorization from Quebec Superior Court to bring a class-action for what he calls the company’s “false or misleading” statements about its predicament in Saudi Arabia.SNC chief executive Neil Bruce said in January that ongoing diplomatic tensions between Ottawa and Riyadh were hurting business and forcing the company to consider a possible retreat from the oil-rich state.The feud, as well problems with a Chilean mining project and an arbitration loss in Australia, prompted the company to cut its financial guidance on Jan. 28, resulting in the second of three drastic drops in the company’s shares since October.Companies in this story: (TSX:SNC)
“Victims are powerful and credible messengers,” the Under-Secretary-General of the UN Counter-Terrorism Office, Vladimir Voronkov, at a roundtable discussion on victims’ resiliency in New York. “And I promise that we will continue to make victims our priority,” he added. To rectify a deficit of information on and for victims, the UN Victims of Terrorism Support Portal was created in June 2014. It has grown in strength, attracting more and more users to its site, he said. The UN Office of Counter-Terrorism has also commissioned a series of documentaries on victims of terrorism. Created together with the Department of Public Information (DPI), the series provides a platform to give victims a voice on a variety of issues. At Thursday’s event, the documentary Surviving Terrorism: Victims’ Voices from Norway, offered an intimate portrayal of two victims of the July 2011 mass killings by Anders Breivik. The film showed the lives of Ms. Kamzy Gunaratnam and Mr. Viljar Hanssen as they recover from the attack and turn their experiences into something positive. “Building a resilient society is a powerful tool in the fight against terrorism,” Mr. Voronkov said at the earlier discussion. “A society that is resilient is more likely to uphold human rights and the rule of law, and not give into the grievances of terrorists.”
A Bucyrus 49HR rotary blasthole drill equipped with a 107 m3/min air compressor has ben commissioned at Collahuasi copper mine in Chile. This is the first of two 49HR drills equipped with high altitude air compressors that Collahuasi will receive in 2009. Collahuasi is situated in Northern Chile at an elevation of 4,500 m – an ideal environment for use of a 107 m3/min air compressor. This combination should maximise drill productivity at Collahuasi by enabling drill operators to achieve target bailing velocity and optimum radial clearance.Air compressors de-rate in high elevation and high temperature environments, causing bailing velocity to decrease. As bailing velocity deteriorates, so too will drill productivity. The use of a 107 m3/min air compressor at an operating pressure of 448 kPa, like the option available for Bucyrus drills, allows drill operators to maintain target bailing velocity – between 2,240 and 3,660 m/min) – and optimum radial clearance – 25.4 to 50.8 mm) – in both high elevation and high temperature environments. Bucyrus drills equipped with 107 m3/min air compressors are also beneficial in mines with fractured rock strata, as air released from the compressor can escape into ground cracks, causing loss of air volume. The added power offered by this air compressor will reduce the net loss of air volume in porous ground, ensuring target bailing velocity and optimum radial clearance. In addition to the productivity benefits offered, the Bucyrus 49HR Drill equipped with such a compressor garners greater energy savings for mine owners/operators. Because the Bucyrus 107 m3/min air compressor option has an operating pressure of 448 kPa, as opposed to 758 kPa, the drill is able to operate at lower power. In fact, when compared to a drill equipped with a 107 m3/min compressor using an operating pressure of 758 kPa), the drill and compressor combination at Collahausi should require nearly 150 kW less to meet equivalent drilling productivity. Thus, operating at a lower power will lower associated energy consumption and cost while maintaining an equivalent rate of productivity.The Bucyrus line of rotary blasthole drills equipped with a 107 m3/min air compressor offer the a good drilling solution for high elevation (above 2,440 m), high temperature (above 38oC), and heavily fractured ground strata mine environments.
← Previous Story “Battle for ALL” in Austria: Alpla Hard or HIT Tirol? Next Story → Roland Mikler stays in Pick Szeged until 2014 best shooterKIF KoldingLars ChristiansenSG Flensburg One of the best left wings in the history of Handball, Lars Christiansen (40) decided to stop playing proffesional handball. Second best scorer of German Bundesliga, where he played for 15 years for SG Flensburg, decided to end his successful career after Danish NT coach, Ulrik Wilbek decided to “cut” him from roster for Olympic Games in London.Last two seasons, Christiansen spent in KIF Kolding. He would be remembered as the best 7-meter shooter.
← Previous Story Staffan Olsson about new rules: Handball becomes boring! Next Story → RIO 2016: TOP 10 handball guys to watch at Future Arena! croatian handball federationEHF The EHF Court of Handball has reached a decision in a case against the Croatian Handball Federation opened after the failure to deliver a TV signal via satellite within the organisation of the Women’s EHF EURO 2016 Qualification match between Croatia and FYR Macedonia on 5 June 2016.The Croatian federation received several reminders regarding the aforementioned obligation, and a similar situation had occurred one year ago.Nevertheless, the national federation did not undertake any step to find a solution and the matter had to be solved by the EHF in light of the urgency of the situation.The obligation is set forth in particular in the “Minimum Requirements for TV Host Broadcasters” applicable in accordance with Article 40 of the EHF EURO Qualification Regulations.Hence, the Court of Handball finds, quoting the decision, that the Croatian Federation displayed “a total lack of interest” and adopted “an unacceptable and negligent behaviour” towards an essential obligation regarding the TV production of the most important national team competition in women’s handball. Such an attitude was regarded by the Court of Handball as “an aggravating circumstance”.Consequently, a fine of €24,000 is imposed on the Croatian federation in accordance with Article D.1 f) of the EHF List of Penalties.Half of this fine is imposed on a suspended basis with a probation period of two years as of the date of the present decision.An appeal may be filed with the EHF Court of Appeal within seven days.PHOTO: Filip ViranovskiSOURCE: EHF
Roman Reigns is in Remission Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership stays over 2 million, WWE stays No. 1 on Tuesday Now Playing Up Next Twitter Now Playing Up Next This week’s 12/12 WWE RAW drew an average of 2.758 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.This is a decrease from last week’s show that drew an average of 2.977 million viewers. RAW came in No. 5, No. 6 and No. 8 for the night on cable in the 18-49 demographic.Monday Night Football on ESPN once again dominated the night with 12.921 million viewers.Hourly breakdowns of the WWE RAW Ratings:Hour 1: 2.929 million viewers (down from 3.153 million viewers last week)Hour 2: 2.713 million viewers (down from 2.981 million viewers)Hour 3: 2.632 million viewers (down from 2.796 million viewers)RAW averaged a 1.14 rating among adults 18-49 on Monday night.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipStreaming Is Taking Big Position in Media Landscape, Koplovitz SaysVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 4:57/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 33.26%0:04Remaining Time -4:53 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list WhatsApp Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Football Now Playing Up Next Bully Ray Calls Out Ring Of Honor Fan On Twitter Pinterest Scarlet Fu Google+ WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership goes up, WWE remains at the No. 1 spot on Tuesday Videos Articles Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It Streaming Is Taking Big Position in Media Landscape, Koplovitz Says Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Facebook
JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner Load More Pansy Ho becomes first Macau casino boss to speak out for Hong Kong government on protests RelatedPosts The Chairman of Macau gaming operator SJM Holdings, Daisy Ho, has been named as one of two keynote speakers for this year’s G2E Asia conference, running from 21 to 23 May 2019 at The Venetian Macao.Ho, the daughter of Macau gaming godfather Stanley Ho and full sister to MGM Co-Chairperson and Executive Director Pansy Ho and Melco Resorts Chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho, will open the conference on the morning of 21 May. Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts The 54-year-old took over as Chairman of SJM following the official retirement of her father in June 2018. Ms Ho was already an Executive Director of the company at the time and also sits on the boards of a number of other prominent companies including Shun Tak Holdings, where she is Deputy Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer.SJM Holdings is the parent company of Macau concession holder Sociedade de Jogos de Macau, S.A.G2E Asia has also announced Paulo Martins Chan, Director of Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau, as a keynote speaker on the afternoon of Wednesday 22 May.Inside Asian Gaming is Lead Media Partner for G2E Asia.
Voting is underway in a special election to pick a new Assembly member to represent west Anchorage. The seat opened up when Assembly Member Tim Steele stepped down in June for health reasons.The district includes neighborhoods like Spenard, Turnigan, Sand Lake and Valley of the Moon.Listen nowWhile the election is certainly a local political affair, the Anchorage Assembly has a disproportionate influence on state politics, stemming in part from Anchorage’s role as the state’s main hub. Even Alaskans living in distant communities regularly deal with policies enacted by the body, be it in extra hotel and rental car charges, permits for businesses, even money spent buying gas or groceries whenever it weighs different tax policies.Additionally, the Assembly is like a farm league for politicians who go on to become mayor, get into the Legislature and hold state-wide office. People like Tony Knowles, Mark Begich, Anna McKinnon, to name a few, all came up through the Anchorage Assembly.This special election is on a compressed time-line, with just a few weeks between candidates filed to run, when ballots were sent out, and are due back by August 7th.Technically there are seven candidates, but only three are being seriously watched, having launched organized campaigns that are garnering meaningful endorsements, getting literature or digital media in front of voters, or have attracted donations.The candidate with a presumed lead in the race is Austin Quinn-Davidson.“I’ve lived in Anchorage for seven years,” Quinn-Davidson said by phone in an interview earlier in the week.The 38-year-old Quinn-Davidson has amassed the largest war-chest in the brief race; as of July 9th when the first round of campaign disclosures came out she had raised more than $34,000, much of it from individuals as well as a handful of political action groups representing unions. She’s wracked up endorsements from six of the 10 sitting Assembly members, along with multiple progressive organizations and prominent democratic politicians. But Quinn-Davidson says she isn’t interested in bringing partisanship to the Assembly.“In my profession, what I do is bridge the gap and bring different groups together. And I think that’s what we want on the Assembly, we want some one who’s a bridge-builder,” Quinn-Davidson said.Quinn-Davidson is a lawyer for the Great Land Trust, an environmental conservation organization. She currently serves on the city’s budget advisory board. In door-knocking throughout the district she says crime is the number one issue for residents. She wants to address it by continuing enforcement policies undertaken by the Berkowitz Administration like growing the size of the police force, as well as putting more resources put toward what she calls “root causes” like substance abuse.“The percentage of these calls (APD is) responding to that are related to drugs has spiked in the last few years,” Quinn-Davidson said. “So I think that there’s an opportunity there to take a hard look at what are we doing and where are we filling the gaps if there isn’t state money to pay to address some of the opioid addiction that we’re facing.”Quinn-Davidson shies away from offering specific proposals she would advance on the Assembly, tending instead to emphasize process. For example, she likes the recently approved ordinance on accessory dwelling units because it received lots of input from community councils. Likewise, if elected, she wants to solicit advice from small business on how to revise and improve the local permitting process.Quinn-Davidson is one of only two candidates to have gotten donations from APDEA, the union representing police employees.The other is Nikki Rose, who as of her last financial disclosure had raised just under $1,800. But, several prominent conservative figures have thrown support behind the 35-year-old, who grew up in West Anchorage and is now raising her family there. Rose leads her local community council, and explained that if elected, she wants to encourage neighborhood groups to organize citizen patrols to confront crime.“One of the things I really enjoy doing is the community patrols,” Rose said. “I think that frees up a lot of the officers to do what they really need to do, and that is: get a handle on the bigger issues with crime.”When it comes to measures that are within the Assembly’s control, Rose does not offer many concrete policy proposals. She identifies homelessness in the municipality as a major issue, and has broad criticism of the state and current administration for Anchorage’s public safety situation. But doesn’t offer many specifics.“When I look at what government is best at, government is best at getting public safety, and is best at delivering safe roads, safe utilities, all those kind of parts of government are really important,” Rose said. “I want to focus on those types of issues (that) the current administration isn’t focusing on and refocus it on those issues.”Rose is running the furthest to the right in the race, garnering praise and endorsements from prominent conservative and Republican figures like Assembly Member Amy Demboski, former governor Sean Parnell, and several former Anchorage mayors.The third candidate people are watching is Sam Moore, who works as a contract accountant.“Pretty exciting stuff,” Moore joked.The 33-year-old is originally from Missouri, he’s lived in Anchorage for a little more than five years, always in the same district. He’s very active in his local community council, and he has a firm grasp of what kinds of policies are in the purview of a municipal body like the Assembly. For example, public safety is one of the issues he thinks is most important in his district, but he’s candid about how much influence he’d have on that if elected.“Frankly there’s not a lot some one on the Assembly can do for public safety except for complain to the administration,” Moore said matter-of-factly. “It comes down to the budget, it comes down to holding the chief accountable, it comes down to holding the mayor accountable on these issues. And if the Assembly doesn’t feel that adequate things are being done, then the budget’s going to get adjustments of one kind or another.”Assembly races are technically non-partisan, but candidates tend try courting members of the two political parties. Moore describes himself as a “progressive Republican.” He has a wonk’s appreciation for down-in-the-weeds details, eager for example, to discuss why he thinks the financial valuation of the pending utility sale of ML&P is important, or how come zoning is a critical issue.“Zoning and land use, frankly, is one of the biggest things that I think impacts our daily lives,” Moore said solemnly. “It drives the type of housing we have, it drives the type of commercial establishments we have, it drives where our breweries are, it drives where your weed dispensary is. Any number of things, it all comes down to zoning.”Moore is visually impaired, and has been a consistent advocate for better public transit options and bringing in transportation companies like Uber and Lyft to Anchorage. He’s only raised around $3,500, and doesn’t have many endorsements from unions or public officials.Ballots have been mailed out to qualified voters in West Anchorage. Votes can be cast by sending ballots back through the mail, putting them in drop boxes, or the election center down by Ship Creek by August 7th.More information can be found here.
Michele Chabin Mother Emanuel’s forgiveness narrative is ‘complicated,’ says reporter-turned-au … By: Michele Chabin Share This! Share This! Michele Chabin,Add Comment Click here to post a comment By: Michele Chabin Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,JERUSALEM (RNS) — Liora Halevi, who is bisexual, has an uneasy relationship with Jerusalem, the city she has called home for a decade.She feels a strong spiritual connection to the city, but as part of the LGBTQ community, she feels unwelcome.“I connect with the spiritual aspects of Jerusalem,” she said during the city’s Pride and Tolerance march on Thursday (June 6). “I like it when Shabbat comes in and the quiet settles over the city. There is nothing else quite like it.”But Halevi is also well aware of the antipathy many in Jerusalem — a religious, conservative city — feel toward LGBTQ people.“I personally haven’t experienced any incidents, but there is fear,” Halevi said. “During past pride parades, when I left the secure area and went back into society, I didn’t know whether anyone was looking at me. So you fold up your (rainbow) flag and peel off your stickers.”Despite this, Halevi has no plans to leave the holy city.Liora Halevi, who is bisexual, has an uneasy relationship with Jerusalem due to the hostility of some of its conservative and/or religious residents. RNS photo by Michele Chabin“My family is here,” she said. “My life is here.”Although many LGBTQ Israelis and Palestinians have moved to liberal Tel Aviv, considered one of the most LGBTQ-friendly cities in the world, those who live in Jerusalem are trying to make their city a more tolerant one.“Jerusalem is the largest city in Israel, the capital city,” said Ofer Erez, CEO of the Jerusalem Open House advocacy group. “We believe that everyone around the world, of any religion or orientation, deserves to feel proud and welcome in Jerusalem.”That’s admittedly a challenge, Erez said, in a city where some residents go out of their way to make LGBTQ people feel unwelcome.Last month, the city’s chief rabbi demanded that no rainbow flags be allowed at the march, saying that they made the city ugly, according to The Jerusalem Post. In recent days a politically right-wing organization posted billboards asserting that the only real family is headed by a father and a mother.Many members of the Facebook group Secret Jerusalem condemned the billboards as deeply offensive. But a few blasted the pride flags and other march-related items cropping up in the city before the march. One Orthodox Jewish member grumbled that Israel has become “nationally obsessed” with LGBTQ rights, “as if it is our national identity.”In the past, the controversy over the parade has led to violence. During the 2015 Jerusalem pride march, an ultra-Orthodox extremist stabbed to death 16-year-old Shira Banki, a straight teenager, and injured other marchers.The mood was festive at Jerusalem’s Pride and Tolerance march on June 6, 2019. RNS photo by Michele ChabinThe extremist had recently been released from prison after stabbing three people a decade earlier. Israeli police were blamed for not providing adequate protection to the marchers due to anti-LGBTQ bias.Blanki’s slaying shocked both the police and leaders from various ethnic and religious communities, to the point where some were willing to sit down with LGBTQ leaders.“Today we have a productive dialogue with conservative and religious groups,” said Erez.When a crime against an LGBTQ person is committed, Erez said, the criminals aren’t necessarily motived by religion.“They only use religion as an excuse for their radical, homophobic feelings,” Erez said.This year, 2,500 police guarded the festive pre-march event, which was held in a park surrounded by police barricades.Every person who entered the enclosed space had to undergo a security check.Ronit Horwitz Peskin, who is ultra-Orthodox, planned to attend the march because the Torah commands Jews to treat people the way they want to be treated.“What better way… to announce myself as an ally, and to say I don’t support hate and bigotry, because that’s not what my Torah says. And that’s what I’m teaching my kids by bringing them,” Peskin wrote in a Times of Israel blog post.The march was a joyful event for the thousands who attended. Participants waved rainbow flags and cooled themselves with rainbow fans and rainbow ice pops. Many wore T-shirts, created by the Reform movement, with the biblical commandment Peskin cited.At the Jerusalem Pride and Tolerance march, Sara Halevi, center, and other mothers offer Free Hugs From Moms on June 6, 2019. Halevi, a cognitive behavioral therapist, has treated numerous LGBTQ teens who have contemplated suicide. Many were rejected by their parents. RNS photo by Michele ChabinFor Sara Halevi, Liora’s mother, it was a chance to offer motherly hugs to anyone seeking one.The elder Halevi, a cognitive behavioral therapist, said she has treated numerous LGBTQ teens and young adults.“100% of the ones who have come through my door from religious families have contemplated suicide,” she said.Walking hand in hand at the event with a friend, Anna Levi, a 21-year-old transgender woman who grew up in an ultra-Orthodox home in Jerusalem, said she felt “empowered” by the sight of thousands of city residents waving banners and singing songs in support of LGBTQ rights.Levi said the city’s annual pride march is a beacon of light in an often hostile city.“Jerusalem is very oppressive. People stare. I haven’t been confronted, but my friends have. Some have been beaten up. Sometimes it’s scary to go outside.”For at least one day, that changed.And Levi remains undaunted.“I’m here to stay.” Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019 Share This! By: Michele Chabin Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.,Mexican Pentecostal church says leader is innocent, denies sex crimes charges Share This! Catholicism Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Share This! News • Photos of the Week Tagshomepage featured Jerusalem Open House Jerusalem pride parade Pride Pride and Tolerance march Top Story ultra-Orthodox Jews,You may also like News Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email
Kolkata: Jadavpur University has received the first instalment of Rs 100-crore central grant in pursuit of its excellence, under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) a scheme that provides financial aid to select state universities to upgrade research facilities. Of the sanctioned amount of Rs 41.66 crore the central share was Rs 25 crore and state’s share Rs 16.66 crore a letter signed by Jaydip Mukhopadhyay, the additional state project director of RUSA, said. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life In its address to the university, the letter, dated November 16, also said that the grant would go towards “enhancing quality and excellence of JU”. Vice-chancellor Suranjan Das, on his part, said the sanctioned money will used by the institution to set up new infrastructure and create advanced research facilities. Das also said that he would be meeting the faculty members and other officials to discuss about ways to “fully optimise” the fund within a given timeframe. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed In Bengal, JU is the first institute of higher education to have got the grant, based on its NAAC accreditation for five years, beginning September 2014. Manojit Mandal, the joint coordinator of Centre for Society and Religion at JU, took to social media on Monday to express his gratitude to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and the state government for the fund. “JU is the first to receive more than 40 per cent of the Rs 100 crore grants in the 60:40 ratio… Rs 25 crore by MHRD and Rs 16.66 crore by the state government. Our sincere gratitude to MHRD and the Government of West Bengal,” Mandal posted on Facebook on Monday.
But the strength of the Titans’ team is its defense. Tennessee ranks 11th in total defense, allowing 328.5 yards per game, but really excels in stopping the run. Opponents are getting on average only 86.2 yards on the ground against Tennessee, a mark that trails Philadelphia and Minnesota in league rankings.All week long, we’ll take you to Nashville to give you a glimpse of what’s going on with the Titans as they prepare for their first trip to the desert since 2005.It’s Behind Enemy Lines.Sunday, December 10• Larry Fitzgerald is “most popular athlete in Arizona history” and a Titans problem (The Tennessean)Larry Fitzgerald has become the most popular athlete in Arizona history because of his talents, his personality, and his loyalty to the franchise. He knows how to connect with fans, he cares about the community and he never says the wrong thing on camera.• Titans promote LB Carraway, Release FB Fowler (TitansOnline.com)Carraway, a seventh-round draft pick from Texas Christian, gives the team additional depth at outside linebacker. On Friday, Titans coach Mike Mularkey ruled out veteran linebacker Derrick Morgan for Sunday’s game with the Cardinals because of a knee injury. • Delanie Walker sends support video, pledges Titans tickets to bullied Tennessee kid (ESPN NFL Nation)Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker is the latest NFL player to use his platform to affect change.• Tennessee Titans: Important Player Matchups to Watch in Week 14 (Titan Sized)Both are two recent playoff teams who have fallen out of the playoff race due to key injuries to their biggest stars and are currently playing backup quarterbacks. Both teams also have feared defenses of yesteryear that have not been able to carry their respective teams this season.Saturday, December 9• Titans’ Dick LeBeau: Larry Fitzgerald ‘still damn productive’ in 14th NFL season (The Tennessean)A rare combination of size, speed, physicality and savviness, Fitzgerald has 82 catches for 878 yards and five touchdowns in 12 games, catching passes this season from Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton and Blaine Gabbert.• Three Quick Hits from Friday’s Practice (TitansOnline.com)Cornerback Logan Ryan is out of the concussion protocol, and he practiced in full on Friday. He’s been cleared by doctors to play on Sunday.Receiver Rishard Matthews (hamstring) practiced again on Friday and is expected to return to action after missing the previous two games. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo • Marcus Mariota: Titans’ 8-4 record ‘not satisfying – that’s just the start’ (The Tennessean)The Titans improved to 9-1 in their last 10 home games dating to last season, and moved a step closer to their first playoff berth in nearly a decade with a 24-17 victory against the Texans on Sunday at Nissan Stadium.• Titans aren’t pretty, but they’re worth a look (The Tennessean)The answer has to be that the Titans look so average, week after week. So boring. So unlikely to actually do anything if they do earn January football. The answer back is this: The Titans are 8-4 and gearing up for their first playoff appearance since 2008, maybe their first AFC South title since then as well.• Titans’ Delanie Walker calls out league for disrespecting him (ESPN NFL Nation)“I’m very disrespected in the league,” Walker said. “Commentators, announcers don’t talk about me. I get double and triple coverage. I’m still making plays. Nobody talks about that. That drives me. Don’t talk about me. That makes me hungry. They talk about Gronk, Kelce, but not me. I do it every week. They don’t talk about Delanie Walker.” 1 Comments Share • Titans show what they are: resilient, flawed and likely a playoff team (ESPN NFL Nation)Sunday looked like most Tennessee Titans wins this season. It was an inconsistent offensive performance littered with mistakes and way too many excruciating roller-coaster loops for a game against a sub-.500 opponent. The defense played the familiar role of the hero, saving the day when the Titans needed it most.• Now 5-1 at home, Titans face regular season’s last road trip (Herald-Whig)They’re turning back-to-back road games into one trip. The Titans leave Friday for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, and they won’t return to Tennessee until after playing the 49ers in San Francisco on Dec. 17. • Titans place DaQuan Jones on IR, sign Luke Stocker (The Tennessean)The Titans’ stout defensive front took a significant blow Sunday, losing lineman DaQuan Jones to a season-ending torn biceps in a 24-13 victory against the Texans.• Titans ink blocking TE Luke Stocker to two-year deal (ESPN NFL Nation)The Titans signed Luke Stocker to upgrade the blocking tight end spot. It’ll be a two-year contract, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Stocker was released by the Buccaneers in November after spending the better part of seven seasons with the team.• Five Key Questions for Titans Looking Ahead (TitansOnline.com)Three quarters of the way through the season, the Titans are in first place in the AFC South. They’ll seek to maintain their divisional lead when they travel to Arizona for the first of two games out West.Tuesday, December 5• Tony Dungy says Titans keep winning ugly, are not a Corvette but a ‘dump truck’ (The Tennessean)“This is not a Corvette. This is a dump truck,” Dungy, the two-time Super Bowl champion and Hall of Fame coach, said Sunday when asked whether the Titans “had another gear” during a segment with Dan Patrick and Rodney Harrison on NBC’s “Football Night in America.” “This is all they have got. Ugly, but they are winning.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact • If winning matters most, Mike Mularkey should get more love (ESPN NFL Nation)Why all that negativity for an 8-4 division leader? The most likely reasons are because the Titans are boring with an offense predicated on an inconsistent ground-and-pound game, they often struggle to get past sub-.500 teams that other contenders blow out and they have a minus-16 point differential. Each of those are valid reasons. The Titans aren’t scaring anybody come playoff time.• Search firm could leave Tennessee Titans without Terry Robiskie (Titan Sized)Well, one search firm is pushing Terry Robiskie as a guy that other teams should look at as a head coach.Wednesday, December 6• The Titans’ 8-4 record is a total mirage (Washington Post)Tennessee would be the only playoff team with a negative point differential (minus-16 through the first 12 games). In fact, since 2002, the year the league expanded to 32 teams, only one 8-4 team through the first 12 games of the season, the 2012 Indianapolis Colts, has had a lower point differential (minus-41) than the Titans do in 2017.• Titans tight end Delanie Walker — double-covered, ailing, underrated (The Tennessean)“Man, I’m always open. Can’t nobody cover me,” Walker said after he had five catches for 63 yards and the winning touchdown. University of Phoenix Stadium has served as the home of the Arizona Cardinals for 12 seasons, yet the Tennessee Titans have never played there.That will change Sunday as the AFC South-leading Titans (8-4) visit the Cardinals (5-7) in a Week 14 matchup in Glendale.The Titans come in red-hot, having won six of their last seven games, including a 24-13 decision over the Houston Texans in Week 13. Marcus Mariota threw for 150 yards and a touchdown and ran for another and Derrick Henry iced it for Tennessee with a 75-yard touchdown run in the game’s final minute. Three keys to victory for the Titans (8-4) against the Cardinals (5-7) on Sunday (3:05 p.m. CT, CBS) at University of Phoenix Stadium.• Marcus Mariota: Titans ‘can’t be afraid to throw against’ Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson (The Tennessean)“It’s going to be tough. It’s a challenge,” Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota said about facing Peterson. “We’ve just got to go out there and do the best that we can. We can’t be afraid to throw against him, but at the same time we understand where he’s at, and we do know that he can make a bunch of plays and can change the game.”• Titans’ plan for Larry Fitzgerald draped in respect, not fear (ESPN NFL Nation)The 6-foot-3, 218 pound Fitzgerald is a 10-time Pro Bowler who is fourth all-time in receiving yards. He’s on pace for his ninth NFL season with at least 1,000 receiving yards and six touchdowns. His consistency and ability to take over a game even at 34 is rare.• Three Quick Hits from Thursday’s Practice (TitansOnline.com)Cornerback Logan Ryan practiced on Thursday after missing the previous day.Ryan remains in the concussion protocol after being injured in Sunday’s game, but his return to the practice field was viewed as a positive sign. Top Stories • Should Titans ‘ugly’ wins spoil joy of their franchise turnaround? (ESPN NFL Nation)Several Titans mentioned avoiding trouble and too many late nights around the lively Arizona State scene. I’m sure the team will have some team-bonding activities planned, too. Marcus Mariota wants to make at least one trip to In-N-Out.• Titans sack leader Derrick Morgan to miss Cardinals game with knee injury (The Tennessean)The Titans will be without outside linebacker Derrick Morgan, who leads the team with 7½ sacks, when they face the Cardinals on Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.Erik Walden will start in place of Morgan, who has missed practice all week with a knee injury. Walden has 22 tackles and three sacks this season.• Marcus Mariota, Derrick Henry share Heisman bond, responsibility (ESPN NFL Nation)You’d be hard-pressed to find a more humble duo, but they compete. It’s back and forth, even in a meaningless golf game. That competitiveness is a shared trait that led them both to win the Heisman Trophy and embark upon successful NFL careers.Friday, December 8• Titans keys to victory vs. Cardinals: Marcus Mariota must play it safe (The Tennessean) • Titans’ Mariota returns to scene of Fiesta Bowl triumph (Associated Press)As a redshirt freshman at Oregon, Marcus Mariota threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Ducks’ 35-17 victory over Kansas State in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl.Thursday, December 7• What Titans, former Vols tight end Luke Stocker would paint on ‘The Rock’ in Knoxville (The Tennessean)“It’s a dream come true to come back to Tennessee and be able to play pro football,” Stocker said.• Titans’ defense concerned about end zone, not ‘garbage yards’ (The Tennessean)“A lot of garbage yards,” linebacker Brian Orakpo said after the Titans’ 24-13 victory. “We’re not really concerned with the numbers per se. Keep them out of the end zone, number one objective. They scored 13 points, and three points in the second half. I’ll take that any day.”• Marcus Mariota dangerous as a runner even as he works on passing mechanics (ESPN NFL Nation)Mariota isn’t sure if his speed has returned to the same level it was before the injury or if he still has a 4.5 40-yard dash in him, like he did coming into the NFL. But he loves seeing green grass in front of him. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling
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Catch a train to the Montjuïc fountains and secure a spot to watch the fireworks and light show at midnight. The highlight of the evening will be a performance featuring a 15 metre high sculpture representing the Millennium Spirit. For hotels in Barcelona check out Skyscanner.Read more: 10 best things to do in Barcelona – a local’s guidehttp://www.youtube.com/embed/TznG6clH1eY?rel=0 9. Madrid from £245Check pricesCheck out the Spanish capital for a whole host of different parties and New Year’s celebrations. From DJ sessions at the famous Fabrik nightclub, to more music at megaclub Teatro Kapital, there’s tons of opportunity to shake your tail feather in Madrid.Read more: 10 best things to do in Madrid – a local’s guide 10. Rome from £246Check pricesRock up in Rome for a New Year’s Eve to remember! You’ll be feeling the love after a night of celebrations at Amore Festival, an electronic music event held at the Nuova Fiera Di Roma. 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Related10 New Year’s Eve parties in Europe for under £250No sleep ‘til 2015! Spend 24hrs celebrating 2015 and spend less than £250 in these European cities.10 New Year’s Eve parties in Europe for under £250No sleep ‘til 2015! Spend 24hrs celebrating 2015 and spend less than £250 in these European cities.Alternative New Year’s Eve 2016: unusual places to party in the UKDo your New Year’s Eve parties usually end with more of a fizzle than a bang? Leave Jools and your sofa behind and see 2017 in in style. Here are nine alternative New Year’s Eve events happening around the UK this December 31st for you to choose from:
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