A man hailing from Goa was convicted in the United Kingdom on June 19 for sexually grooming two teenaged girls. Francisco Pereira is now on the country’s sex offenders’ register, and is likely to be given a prison sentence, the Times of India reported.Pereira, 30, was convicted by England’s Isleworth Crown Court after he pleaded guilty to child sex offenses. The court adjourned his sentencing to July 11. Pereira was released on bail on the condition that he would not apply for any travel documents, the report added. The charges were read out to him in court via a Konkani interpreter. His passport has been impounded by the court.Pereira, who is a Portuguese national, pleaded guilty to two charges of attempting to meet girls under the age of 16 years following sexual grooming and two charges of attempting sexual communications with two underage girls, according to the publication. He had pleaded not guilty to the same charges at Uxbridge magistrates’ court in May.Pereira lost his job as a warehouse operative in Heathrow after he was arrested in January this year over suspicions of pediophilia after he was identified by Wolf Pack Hunting UK group, an organization of internet vigilantes that tracks child molesters by setting up fake online profiles of children. The Southall resident struck communication with a volunteer member of the group posing as two 12-year-old girls on the internet, and sent them sexually explicit photos and messages in December 2017. He was arrested when he was on his way to meet them for a sexual encounter.Defence lawyer Sarah Iskarous said in court that Pereira used to live in Goa, has Portuguese nationality and moved to the United Kingdom in 2014. “He has been in the UK working but he can no longer work as he does not have his passport,” Iskarous said, adding that Pereira lives with his uncle, the report added. “I appreciate the court will be concerned about him absconding but his uncle who he lives with can offer a surety. He has been out of work since he was arrested and is burdened with the responsibility of helping his uncle out financially and paying rent and bills and sending money to his sick mother in India,” Iskarous added.The judge, however, did not permit returning of the passport because of Pereira’s guilty pleas, and added that he should expect a prison sentence. Related Itemschild abuseLondonUnited Kingdom
Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters PH goal scorer Cubon hurt but will be ready for Indonesia LATEST STORIES Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next A successful routine counts as one point, and the team with the most points after a 10-minute round wins.READ: PH bags silver medal in men’s sepak takrawPassing should be seamless because it’s a race against time. A failed routine would require the ball to be served—which takes precious time.“So it’s important that you communicate very well with you teammates,” said Bobier.“I think we did well considering we only trained for four months,” he added. “Malaysia has been a team for years. But I think we can still improve and raise our level.”ADVERTISEMENT Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side MOST READ View comments For one, Bobier said the team regularly takes a shower together.READ: Sepak takraw targeting 2 golds FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“We are like family. We shower together. Eat together and dress together,” said the 25-year-old Army First Class.Chinlone, a discipline under the sport of sepak takraw, requires six players in a circle performing a routine of kicking a ball made of wicker one after another. NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Rhemwil Catana of Philippines. during the Chinlone event at the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur where Chinlone team won the 1st silver for the country. INQUIRER/ MARIANNE BERMUDEZKUALA LUMPUR—Chinlone, the event that broke the Philippines into medal column, requires hand-foot-eye coordination as much as cohesion and team work.Team member Johnjohn Bobier said they may have came up short in skills department — after settling for silver behind gold winner Malaysia — but not in camaraderie.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony
If there ever was a confirmation required that Indian cricket needed immediate rescue, then the incident now enshrined as the Ford Fiasco has provided it. Even if Graham Ford went back after giving his word, the current Board has so little credibility that no one imagines them as the victims,If there ever was a confirmation required that Indian cricket needed immediate rescue, then the incident now enshrined as the Ford Fiasco has provided it. Even if Graham Ford went back after giving his word, the current Board has so little credibility that no one imagines them as the victims of improper conduct.But the stumbling, bumbling Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) cannot be wished away, it cannot be sacked. It governs Indian cricket, yes, that too very badly, but maybe it should be freed from running the game. The necessary evil that is the cricket Board needs to be worked around. Leave the elections to the politicians who flock to the game. Build around them a steel frame of men whose commitment is foremost to cricket, not the accumulation of votes or propagation of their legend.Men with vision and ambition, knowledge and humility, free of agendas, without the boulder-on-the-shoulder syndrome found in some ex-players. Finding such men may seem an impossible task. An India player mumbled, “Good people aren’t given chances, they don’t come forward.” But some do, like chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar, his colleague Sanjay Jagdale, CAO Ratnakar Shetty, coaches Robin Singh and Venkatesh Prasad or T.A. Sekhar at Chennai’s MRF Pace Foundation and constructive critics like Arun Lal, Saba Karim and Ravi Shastri.Tomorrow is actually brighter than it seems. Of India’s players today, Anil Kumble could make a fine coach and Sourav Ganguly an astute nonparochial selector. Rahul Dravid has the mind to turn the National Academy into the place it should be. There is no better roving ambassador for our cricket than Sachin Tendulkar, a proud Indian, steeped in modern game, universally loved and who loves cricket himself like a boy with a bat. This is a hunt for Indian cricket’s future leaders who deserve authority and responsibility in the next five years. Hearing their names, an insider commented wryly, “What you’re actually doing is ruining their chances.”advertisementThe crabby and the cynical may rule today. But the future is coming.CoachingRoger Binny/Paras MhambreyMhambrey is rated best coachAsked if he was ready to dehydrate himself into nothingness playing a mongrel tournament called the Afro-Asia Cup, one Indian cricketer replied, “I’m not playing for Asia or on Mahela’s team, I’m playing for Roger Binny’s.” Whenever local patriots jump to their feet and suggest Indian names for the post of Indian coach, their candidature rarely ventures beyond a handful, which, if you leave out the most credible Sandeep Patil who has had success overseas, are a familiar crew: Krishnamachari Srikkanth, Mohinder Amarnath, often the former India coach Anshuman Gaekwad with a stopover to pay passing obeisance to Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar. Coach Binny needs to come homeRarely does anyone mention the name of former India all-rounder Roger Binny. Maybe because in 1999 Binny, with his star on the ascent, was dispatched by Jagmohan Dalmiya to the Asian Cricket Council in Malaysia where he still works. Recently Binny, 51, made a brief though typically understated return to Indian action when he coached Asia in the recent Afro-Asian Cup. The Indians on his team were grinning through their sweat for many of them have worked with Binny during his most productive years as a coach in India with the under-19 team that won the junior world cup in Sri Lanka, the India under-17s to their World Cup and the India A team to the West Indies. He is a hardworking and knowledgeable man who is trusted and appreciated still by the players he has worked with. These are not common qualities in all those aspiring to be India’s coaching stars. All it needs today, is for India to ask him to come home.The caterwauling around desi vs videshi coach is impressively patriotic but when candidates are sought, bowler-turned-coach Frank Tyson worked with many young Indians during his time at the BCA-Mafatlal bowling scheme during the early 1990s, and from among them has a candidate he rates as, “one of India’s young coaches of the future”.Paras Mhambrey, 35, had a brief stint with India but has made coaching his full-time vocation. In the summer, he plays as overseas pro and part-time coach for a club in England. In India’s winter, he serves his apprenticeship as a professional coach. He spent two seasons with Bengal, along with captain Deep Dasgupta shepherding them into two consecutive Ranji finals, before moving to Vadodara. A good organiser and communicator, Mhambrey has remained a student in cricket.advertisementPolicy and PlanningSanjay ManjrekarManjrekar is high on realityIndia’s cricket has enough marketing wizards, spin doctors and TRP magnets. What it could really use is a thinker, a functioning bulls**t-meter and people not afraid to look back and forward with objectivity. Cricket on TV seems to have only one philosophy these days: that the only expert worth hiring is an ex-player who will act like the idiot on the idiot box. Instead of sagely opinion-makers, the cricket media is peopled with mob-leaders.In this melee, Sanjay Manjrekar’s is one of the few measured voices. If the BCCI were to convene a think tank to chart out plans for Indian cricket, they would do well to sweep their table clean of the usual suspects and ask Manjrekar, 41, to head it. A composed and competent top-order batsman for India, Manjrekar is the kind of man who is the first to admit that his career wasn’t as successful as it could have been, and to then explain the reasons why. Indian cricket and the BCCI usually don’t do introspection, but Manjrekar has never been afraid to.In a recent column he wrote, “‘Stagnation’ is a more accurate description of the current situation than ‘crisis’? we have had some proud moments but after all these years, India needs to have a memorable era.”Low on rhetoric, high on reality, Manjrekar may be right or he may be wrong but he knows how to make you stop and think. He knows, more than TRP magnets, how to think.Fast Bowler DevelopmentJavagal SrinathSrinath,mentor for fast bowlersJavagal Srinath, 37, has always been a bit of a fast-bowling fundamentalist. The former India bowler-turned-commentator-cum-columnist and now ICC match referee never thinks twice about asking batting-obsessed India to contemplate the lot of the fast bowler. He will forever champion their cause, whether it is in preparing wickets to suit them, or playing five bowlers instead of the four, or, like he did in the last days of his international career, being the best kind of mentor to the younger bowlers in the team.Srinath’s understanding of the mysterious zone that is the mind of the fast bowler, the uses as well as the limitations of technology and biomechanics in fast bowling mean that there are few better than him to be put in charge of a fast-bowling development programme.His old coach John Wright, with whom Srinath had many a wrangle, says, “Sri would be a great choice to look after young fast bowlers wanting to play for India, where the the drop-off rate is very high. He knows his stuff, has empathy and is forthright and honest.”Corporate GovernanceM.R. SrinivasaprasadTons to Tech:SrinivasaprasadM.R. Srinivasaprasad, 48, would be astonished to find himself on this list but there could be fewer more qualified for the role of Indian cricket’s first CEO. Vice-president with Fidelity Business Systems in Bangalore, he manages insurance technology groups in three cities. An engineer-MBAwho has lived in Paris and Japan, he worked for ITI, Alcatel and set up Sony Technology Centre (which developed technology for products like Playstation 3).But 20 years ago, he was one of Karnataka’s distinguished first-class batsmen, his career spanning nine seasons. He still follows India, watches a Bangalore ODI when he can and misses the “sheer joy of playing hard”. Asked about his impressions of Indian cricket (ignorant of this list), he replied, “Running Indian cricket is like running a billion-dollar company. Having a CEO is great but it would be important to get the right person and create the right environment for him to succeed.”advertisementThe CEO, he said, would need to define end-goals and a time-frame, learn from successful examples and hire the right people. “The sport’s environment has changed, Indian cricket needs to recognise this and change themselves to be successful.”Junior DevelopmentPRAVIN AMREAmres eye for talentUsually the junior selection committee acts as a parking lot for those who the BCCI wishes to bless with favours or quietly induct into its hierarchy. Thanks to the Board’s zonal handouts, all kinds of candidates are lodged in the junior panel-the influential, the unsuitable and the unscrupulous. Doing a job, which, as chairman of the selection committee Dilip Vengsarkar admits, is tougher than what his colleagues on the senior panel must do.Junior selection is grunt work, unglamourous labour undertaken in the hope that there are diamonds waiting to be found in the dust of some faraway town. The junior selector, if he is diligent, must travel to distant places, where comforts are few, identify players of skill as well as mental toughness, and then shepherd them up the ladder. Pravin Amre took to junior selection as chairman as if he was being given the keys to the kingdom of heaven.A former India batsman and chairman of the junior selection committee, Amre formed a fruitful partnership with Vengsarkar when he was chairman of the BCCI’s Talent Resource Development Wing (TRDW) created in 2002. The names that came through with Amre and his fellow junior selectors working with Vengsarkar are familiar: Irfan Pathan, Dinesh Karthick, R.P. Singh, Robin Uthappa, V.R.V. Singh, Piyush Chawla, Suresh Raina. The barrel is not, he believes, empty, “We need to go out and spot talent, groom it, be patient with it, monitor it and not abandon young players if they struggle.”Vengsarkar believes, “Pravin is perseverant, he is patient. He can play a important role in our junior cricket. I feel the best people must be employed to look after young cricketers. The wrong person can ruin a young cricketer’s career.”Amre is currently coach with Ranji champions Mumbai after doing his Level II coaching course in South Africa when he played provincial cricket for Boland, and his Level III when it was first offered in India. His training as coach has added to his judgement as selector. As junior chairman, Amre was diligent, a believer in monitoring those he was meant to keep an eye on. The scoreboard was not the benchmark for selection, the conditions in which scores are made or wickets taken are paramount. With information sourced and stored in his computer, Amre’s meetings would end in 15 minutes.His colleagues speak of his open mind and his ease with new technology and old tools: a cricketer’s instinct and his eyes. He says, “With juniors, you have to reinforce in them what they’re doing right rather than criticise them for doing something wrong. Most of the times they really don’t understand what their own talent is.”OperationsVijay DahiyaSo what makes former Delhi captain and India wicket-keeper Vijay Dahiya the man to keep an eye on the many arms of the cricket business? To see that grounds are being maintained, equipment is being used, contracts are being honoured and a game’s clockwork universe is in order? In Delhi, they will only point to the St. Stephen’s Ground and say, look.It was once a place for truckers to rest their vehicles, a haven for drug addicts and general vagrants, the famous college’s grounds had deteriorated through disuse and abuse. The college sought some of its old cricketing glory back and an old student, Dahiya, who is employed for Indian Airlines, was up for the job that began in 2005. It took him a year-anda-half to have the area cleared, to get a round-the-clock guard put in place around the fringes of the ground to keep the layabouts at bay.Today, nearly 50 train at the St. Stephen’s Cricket Academy, which is run by Dahiya on a day-to-day basis. The college has two grounds, nine match strips in good shape, and a field that has gone from murky brown to lush green. Like all wicketkeepers, it seems, Dahiya, 34, comes armed with enough skill and smarts to survive in the shark pool that is Indian cricket.Grounds and grassrootsMoncho FerrerFerrer at the RDT stadiumAnantapur is a southwesterly district in Andhra Pradesh that houses one of the game’s best kept secrets. A Ranji Trophy venue with a lively wicket and an outfield that Moncho Ferrer, president of the Anantapur District Cricket Association, says, “is the best in the country”. This, in a town, said to be the most arid in India after Jaisalmer.The Rural Development Trust Stadium has hosted six Ranji Trophy games and could provide the prototype for that elusive of entities: a lively Indian wicket. Ferrer, 36, researched pitch preparation, sent his team out for samples, tested them, met with experts in engineering college, before his team found their answer: the black soil from the coastal parts of northern Andhra Pradesh in the Godavari region can be used to prepare wickets that make Indian fast bowlers burst into song.Neighbouring Karnataka heard and borrowed the formula to lay three new wickets at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, used in the national Twenty 20 and the Afro-Asia Cup. Ferrer says, “I’m at a very low level in cricket administration, but am glad we have been able to do something in this small town.” BCCI bigwig I.S. Bindra’s dream is to have a proper ground in every district: if he finds someone who knows how it’s done, he doesn’t need to go too far. Only to Anantapur.
Northern Ireland secured its first victory in a major competition in 34 years when it beat Ukraine 2-0 at the European Championship on Thursday.Building on a strong finish to the first half, center back Gareth McAuley headed in a free kick from Oliver Norwood in the 49th minute. Substitute Niall McGinn added a second deep in stoppage time when Ukraine was chasing an equalizer.KNOCKOUT CHANCES ALIVEFollowing its opening 1-0 defeat to Poland it now has three points, alongside Germany and Poland, who also meet Thursday. Northern Ireland’s next Group C game is against world champion Germany on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes in Paris.Northern Ireland was a far different team against Ukraine than the one that failed to even register a shot on goal against Poland. Coach Michael O’Neill made five changes to his team in response to that lackluster start to the tournament.His team’s first shot between the posts came just four minutes into the match, when new addition Stuart Dallas fired into the arms of goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov.McAULEY SCORES HISTORIC GOALNorthern Ireland grew in confidence through the first half and was rewarded with its first goal in an international competition since the 1986 World Cup when McAuley headed in a free kick from Oliver Norwood at the far post.With rain pouring down, O’Neill’s team showed the extra aggressiveness he had requested for the match at the Stade de Lyon. A short suspension in play in the 58th minute because of hail did not alter the team’s intent. And McGinn added the second from close range in the sixth minute of stoppage time.advertisementNorthern Ireland’s players wore black armbands and its fans dedicated a round of applause to pay their respects to a fellow supporter who died following the loss to Poland on Sunday. The 24-year-old Darren Rodgers died after a fall, not related to the hooligan violence that has marred the competition at times.For Ukraine, it was its second-straight 2-0 defeat and leaves it languishing in last place in Group C with no points, and more than likely reliant on others if it’s to make it out of the group stage at the European Championship for the first time.Ukraine plays Poland in its final match on Tuesday in Marseille.
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The positive effects of a rich home learning environment during a child’s early years continue into adolescence and help improve test scores later in life, says a study. Published in School Effectiveness and School Improvement, the research shows pre-schoolers whose parents regularly read and talked about books with them scored better on math tests at age 12. “Our results underline the great importance of exposing children to books for development not just in literacy but numeracy too: early language skills not only improve a child’s reading but also boost mathematical ability,” said the study lead author Simone Lehrl from University of Bamberg. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainFor the findings, researchers studied 229 German children from age three until secondary school and participants’ literacy and numeracy skills were tested annually in their three years of preschool (ages 3-5) and again when they were 12 or 13 years old. They found that children gained from home stimulation in their preschool years in literacy, language and arithmetic skills which, in turn, led to higher outcomes in reading and mathematical skills in secondary school, regardless of the home learning environment then. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma Award”Encouraging caregivers to engage with their children in direct literacy activities, shared book reading and advanced verbal interactions during reading and to include language and mathematical content during these activities, should promote children’s reading and mathematical abilities in secondary school. Such experiences lay a strong foundation for later school success,” Lehrl said. According to the researchers, the effect also worked the other way with the quality of parent-child interaction regarding mathematics also improving children’s language skills.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police has written to districts, units to weed out deadwood (police officers) and dark sheep who are suitable for compulsory retirement on a premature basis.Police sources said that a comprehensive exercise is to be carried out to screen the record of police officers. Police sources told Millennium Post that the letter was written in July from the office of the Additional Commissioner of Police (Vigilance). The letter revealed some criteria which shall be in mind for consideration for the review which are doubtful integrity, moral turpitude, habitual absentee, alcoholism, drug addiction and indiscipline. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSources further added that in order to screen the cases at the districts/units level, ascreening committee in each dist/unit is already in existence in which concerned district/unit DCP is the chairman, to be assisted by ACP/HQ (of the concerned Distt/Unit) and ACP/vigilance (PHQ) upto the rank of SI and concerned Joint CP/Addl CP as chairman, concerned DCP, Distt/unit and DCP/vigilance as members for the rank of inspector. The preliminary screening committee at the district level which screens the cases upto the rank of inspector is hereby directed to carry out this comprehensive exercise and to identity such police personnel who have been involved in the cases of crime, corruption and moral turpitude and are unable to discharge their duties efficiently and diligently. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsIt is therefore requested that a fresh recommendation of the screening committee of your respective districts/units for the quarters October 2018 to December 2018 and January 2019 to March 2019 under FR-56 (j) and Rule 48 of CCS (pension) rules 1972 by keeping in view of above fresh criteria may please be supplied to this office within seven days positively further into the matter. “If an officer is involved in corrupt practices, activities i.e complaints, allegations of corrupt activities have been substantiated in the departmental enquiry and their names entered in the D.I list and proceedings taken up for the major penalty,” letter reads. Sources further added that one of the points in the letter was also related to a case or cases of disproportionate assets.
MONTREAL – A Quebec judge has ruled that SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. will go to trial on charges of fraud and corruption.The decision is the latest step in criminal proceedings that began last fall after the Montreal-based engineering and construction giant failed to secure a deferred prosecution agreement, a kind of plea deal that would have seen the firm agree to pay a fine rather than face prosecution.Over the past four months, SNC-Lavalin has found itself in the centre of a political controversy following accusations from former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould that top government officials pressured her to overrule federal prosecutors, who had opted not to negotiate a deferred prosecution agreement with the company.Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau asked about the court decision coming today on SNC Lavalin #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/KGInHkTphU— Cormac Mac Sweeney (@cmaconthehill) May 29, 2019SNC-Lavalin and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have argued that a criminal trial could trigger the company’s exit to the United States and the loss of thousands of jobs.The RCMP has accused SNC-Lavalin of paying $47.7 million in bribes to public officials in Libya between 2001 and 2011.The company, its construction division and a subsidiary also face one charge each of fraud and corruption for allegedly defrauding various Libyan organizations of $129.8 million.The company can choose a trial by jury or by judge alone. Prior to that, it can opt to apply within 30 days to the Superior Court of Quebec to have Wednesday’s lower court decision quashed.
Meal-packing volunteers received an unexpected helping hand yesterday. In support of Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste anniversary, Oprah Winfrey surprised over 100 members of the Cincinnati community to help pack meals for school children at the Freestore Foodbank on Tuesday, September 11 in Cincinnati, Ohio.In addition to packing 2,000 meals on-site to go toward helping children in the greater Cincinnati community, Winfrey’s food line O, That’s Good! and Kroger together donated one million meals to Feeding America to help families across the country.“Kroger is thrilled to have Oprah Winfrey and O, That’s Good! be a part of Zero Hunger | Zero Waste — our plan to end hunger in the communities we call home and eliminate waste in the company by 2025 — as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of announcing our moonshot,” said Rodney McMullen, Kroger’s chairman and CEO. “The joining together of two household names is a milestone in our Zero Hunger | Zero Waste journey. Her involvement in our service event was inspiring and energizing. Together, we can change the world and Feed the Human Spirit across America.”“It’s an honor to support this initiative in the local Cincinnati community and beyond,” said Winfrey. “I am committed to the fight against hunger because I’ve seen the impact it has on people. That’s why I wanted to be here today to help pack food for Cincinnati children facing hunger. The work Kroger is doing is special and meaningful.”Winfrey launched her food line O, That’s Good! in 2017 in partnership with Kraft Heinz and it currently includes premium frozen pizza and refrigerated soups and side dishes. The O, That’s Good! brand was inspired by Winfrey’s love for nutritious, great-tasting food. Ten percent of Mealtime Stories’ profits — the joint venture between Kraft Heinz and Oprah Winfrey — is equally split between charitable organizations Rise Against Hunger and Feeding America. The Kraft Heinz Company Foundation intends to make annual donations on behalf of Mealtime Stories to these charities until the joint venture becomes profitable.For more information on O, That’s Good! offerings and where to buy, please visit www.Othatsgood.com.For more information about Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative, visit TheKrogerCo.com.
(Facebook photo dated June 24, 2013)By Jorge Barrera APTN National NewsSenator Patrick Brazeau had a romantic relationship with the female owner of the house where Gatineau police said they conducted an “intervention” early Tuesday morning, according to photos posted online.APTN National News contacted the woman who refused to provide details about what transpired, saying only that Brazeau did not hurt her. She asked the reporter calling if they knew Brazeau.The woman recently posted photos on her Facebook page of Brazeau. Several photos show the woman and Brazeau in various poses embracing. One of the photos, posted on Sept. 24, has the letters “xoxo” typed across the top. The first photo showing the pair was dated June 24.Local radio station 104.7 FM reported Tuesday that a woman told authorities that Brazeau was in a state of “psychological distress” in a Gatineau, Que., home.The report said police detained Brazeau for his own health. The report said he resisted their intervention, leading police to use pepper spray. The report also revealed the location of the incident.Gatineau police issued a statement Tuesday evening confirming an incident occurred at the reported address.The statement said no one was charged with any crime and no information would be released about the incident. Police described the incident as “a possible intervention.”“This type of information is confidential and we will not answer any questions,” said the statement.Brazeau’s office issued an emailed statement Wednesday saying Brazeau was not arrested during the incident.His assistant described the incident as “health-related” in the email.“Canadians reasonably expect some measure of privacy regarding their personal health-related information and we would humbly ask the media to respect that privacy,” said the statement.Gatineau sits across the Ottawa River from Canada’s capital city.Neighbours described a chaotic scene that unfolded in the early morning hours Tuesday.One neighbour said she was woken just before 4 a.m. by flashing police lights across the street.The neighbour said she saw about four police cars and an ambulance. She said one individual, who appeared to be male, was put into an ambulance, while another man was put into the back of the police car.Another neighbour said one of the police officers was washing out his eyes out with water as a result of pepper spray.The neighbour said police remained at the house for until at least 4 p.m. on Tuesday and they saw officers in white jump suits, “like in CSI,” entering the house.Neighbours said the house is owned by a woman who is originally from Maniwaki, Que., which is Brazeau’s home town.Neighbours said the woman was renting out a basement apartment and that she left with family during the day.One neighbour said they saw the woman walking with a bandaged knee during the day Tuesday.Another neighbour said they saw a man with tattoos moving out of the house during the day.No one answered the door at the house Tuesday evening.Brazeau has a court date next Wednesday stemming from charges of assault and sexual assault against another woman he was once living with at a different house in Gatineau which he was renting. Brazeau no longer lives at that address. The current residents say they have been living there since September.Brazeau was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to the Senate in 2008. He has since been banished from the Conservative caucus and sits as an Independent.firstname.lastname@example.org@JorgeBarrera
“The history of warzone rape has been a history of denial. It is time to bring these crimes, and those who commit them, into the spotlight of international scrutiny” Zainab Hawa Bangura said as she presented to Council members the Secretary-General’s 2015 report on Sexual Violence in Conflict.Stressing that the time has come “to send a clear message that the world will not tolerate the use of sexual violence as a tactic of war and terror,” she told Council members that the text before them today served not only as an annual report of record, “but as a global advocacy instrument and vehicle for refining our common understanding of critical themes, to enhance coordination and build global consensus.” “For the first time, (the report) articulates how sexual violence is integrally linked with the strategic objectives, ideology and finding of extremist groups, noting therefore that women’s empowerment and sexual violence prevention should be central to international response,” she explained. The annual report sheds light on a number of new themes, including a list of 45 parties, mostly armed groups, suspected of committing sexual violence as a tactic to terrorise. It also links sexual violence in conflict with forced dispossession of land and property and the denial of women to vital sources of livelihood. It also highlights the vulnerability and targeting of ethnic and religious minorities, including LGBTI individuals by armed groups, who are keen on imposing morality and exert social control. The Special-Representative heads to the Middle East tomorrow to meet with survivors, refugees and Government officials in Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey.“The visit is undertaken against the backdrop of a catastrophic new trend of the use of sexual violence as a ‘tactic of terror’ by extremist groups, not only in Iraq and Syria, but also in Somalia, Nigeria and Mali,” Ms. Bangura said. The emergence of such armed groups spotlights political and operational challenges that lie ahead in terms of engaging with some of these parties, for concrete and time-bound commitments in line with Security Council resolutions. Ms. Bangura also underscored the Secretary-General’s recommendation that the Al Qaeda/Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) Sanctions Committee includes sexual violence as part of its designation criteria. Ultimately, an effective counter-strategy to this emerging threat would include intensive community-level engagement, including with women and civil society, youth groups, traditional and faith-based leaders, the Special Representative said. And progress has already been made, Ms. Bangura said. Over the past two years, the international community has signed frameworks of cooperation with the African Union and the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region, and are now moving toward similar lines with the League of Arab States. A number of regional organizations have also appointed envoys on women, peace and security. At the country level, the Governments of Angola, Guinea, the Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Somalia and South Sudan have all pledged to address sexual violence, through the signing of Joint Communiques with the United Nations outlining priority areas of intervention. “These commitments were undertaken at the highest levels of Government, and are the basis for implementation plans that are now being developed by national authorities in concert with the United Nations and other partners,” Ms. Bangura pointed out. It is also notable, she said, that there were 187 convictions of soldiers and Commanders in the DRC between July 2011 and December 2013, and as noted in the report, this ear there were 135 convictions by military tribunals. UN expert teams are also supporting national progress in Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire and South Sudan.
England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was the hero in their penalty shootout win over Colombia to book the side’s place in the quarter-finals and now the “secret” of how he managed it has been exposedFollowing Jordan Henderson’s miss earlier on, Colombia’s Mateus Uribe then failed to capitalise on their advantage by hitting the crossbar before the ball bounced back out.Shortly afterwards came Pickford’s moment when he superbly denied Carlos Bacca from scoring an important penalty-kick for Colombia with Eric Dier then stepping up to slot home the winning spot-kick and a place in the last-eight for England.While it was the Tottenham midfielder who scored the winning goal, Pickford was hailed as the hero with many claiming that it was his save from Bacca that decided the game.But now it has emerged that there may have been a method behind the 24-year-old’s critical save.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.In a picture, released by the British media outlet The Sun, Pickford appeared to have had notes around the neck of his water bottle during the penalty shootout and it’s now since been claimed that it contained notes on how to stop the Colombians spot-kicks.Was Jordan Pickford’s hidden water bottle the reason for #ENG‘s penalty success? https://t.co/G6XQRraMr4 pic.twitter.com/WzUViQCGd6— Sun Sport (@SunSport) July 5, 2018
ChikunGunyaChikungunya, the Tanzanian word, is the most common word in Bangladesh now, especially in the capital Dhaka. And that’s for no positive reason — many in the city have fallen victim to the fever caused by aedis mosquito. Every affected household has at least two people (2.6 on an average) falling victim to the viral fever, according to a survey carried out on the Facebook page of Prothom Alo.A total of 5,543 people affected by Chikungunya took part in the survey. Around 76 per cent of them have said they had consulted with physicians when the fever attacked.”It’s been around one and a half months since my wife and children were attacked by the fever. For me, it’s a month. The fever is gone, but the pain is unbearable. Our life has been greatly hampered and we are mentally broken. The pain simply does not go away,” said Kazi Kamal, one who took part in the survey.Experts say this pain in the joints is one of the major characterstics of Chikungunya. The word, which is taken from Kimakond, the language of Makonde people living in south Tanzania, means pain in the joints.Prothom Alo SurveyPeople from 49 thanas in the capital took part in the survey that ran for four days, from 12 July to 15 July. It’s not a scientific survey, but one participated by online readers.”It’s not a survey that had covered the masses. Although it may not be called a scientific survey, it gives us an idea about the present condition,” said Manzoorul Huq, managing director of ORG-Quest Research Limited.Former World Health Organisation adviser AM Zakir Hossain said tech-savy people mostly take part in online surveys. It may not reflect the whole scenario, but the fact that people are being affected is enough to take preventive measures, he observed.The survey requested only one person to take part from one household. The results say 30 per cent houses had one Chikungunya patient. Around 23 per cent had two patients in the house while 17 per cent had 3-5 patients.It can be said that when a household gets attacked, at least two people fall victim to Chikungunya. When a member of the family is ill, the others should try to keep the house mosquito-free. They should use mosquito nets and keep places like flower pots, old tyres and the areas beneath air-conditioners and fridges clean so that mosquitos cannot breed there.The city corporations are mainly responsible for controlling mosquitos and the survey asked the participants if they feel the authorities had played their role. Among 7,030 people replying to a question as to when they had seen city corporation people spraying insecticide last, 59 per cent said they have not seen it in the last two months.In the north, the percentage is 50 per cent, while in the south it’s 63 per cent.Educational institutions have opened after the Eid holidays, which means children are more vulnerable. Both the authorities and the school committees should take steps to this end.The Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control & Research (IEDCR) has said the Chikungunya breakout may last till September. Already seven districts have been attacked, with Narsingdi recording the highest number of patients.Among the Chikungunya patients who had taken part in the survey, only 24 per cent consulted a doctor. Experts say no medicine barring paracetamol should be taken, but it’s better to speak to a doctor.Zakir Hossain, who is a member of the national committee formed to address Chikungunya, said a survey in the truest sense should be carried out. It will not only help detect the reasons, but also be able to suggest preventive measures.*The article originally came up in Prothom Alo print edition has been rewritten in English by Quamrul Hassan
.Contesting prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s claim that the 5 January 2014 elections were not ‘voter-less’, the BNP on Sunday said the people hardly voted in the one-sided polls.BNP standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain told a protest rally that Sheikh Hasina made an ‘untrue’ statement on 5 January 2014 general elections to mislead people, reports UNB.”We would like to say no one gave vote in 153 seats while only 5-10 per cent people cast votes in the rest 147 seats. So, how did people elect you?” the BNP leader said.“You (PM) are claiming that you were elected by people while there was no election at all.”Mosharraf was rebutting the remarks the prime minister made at Ganobhaban on Saturday that her government has been in power for the past four years as people had elected it with their votes.“She (PM) did it to confuse the people, and it’s very regrettable,” the BNP leader said.Agriculturalists’ Association of Bangladesh organised the programme at the Jatiya Press Club, protesting the recent attack on its leader Jafir Tuhin by the police.In her introductory speech in the ruling Awami League’s central working committee meeting at Gonobhaban on Saturday, the premier said, “In any form, the 5 January election was not a voter less at all…more than 40 per cent voters cast their votes.”Mosharraf said people are only getting aggrieved by such ‘untrue’ comments as they know how they lost their rights on 5 January. “People of Bangladesh are very conscious politically.”He asked the AL leaders and activists to go to rural areas and talk to people to know how they have got fed up with the current regime.Mosharraf also pointed out that the prices of essentials, including rice, have gone out of the people’s purchasing capacity while corruption and plundering keep growing as the government has no accountability and control on state machinery.Dwelling on their party’s position on joining the 11th parliamentary polls, the BNP leader said it must be held under a non-party neutral administration dissolving the current parliament.”The next election won’t be held under Sheikh Hasina and Awami League-led government, no matter how much conspiracy they hatch”.He also said BNP will join the next polls realising its demand for installing an election-time non-party neutral government.The BNP leader urged people to get united to save the country by establishing a pro-people government through a credible and meaningful election.
Share July 25, 2017 515 Views Do Americans Really Support the CFPB? Americans for Financial Reform CFPB Dodd-Frank The Cato Institute 2017-07-25 Aly J. Yale Though a recent poll by the Americans for Financial Reform showed overwhelming support for both the Dodd-Frank Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to Thaya Brook Knight, Associate Director of Financial Regulation Studies at the CATO Institute, the poll might not have been the most accurate marker for approval. In a recent blog post, Knight claims the poll’s questions weren’t just misleading but downright “disingenuous” in places.The AFR’s poll, released in mid-July, showed 74 percent of those surveyed supporting the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and 73 percent supporting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Though these may seem higher than average numbers, according to Knight, they’re actually on the low end considering how the poll’s questions were worded.“What has not been as widely reported is how skewed the questions were,” Knight wrote. “Given the questions, it’s surprising there was not more support for Dodd-Frank and the CFPB.”Knight says the phrasing of many of the poll’s questions were stilted, using inflammatory terms like “risky” and “abusive” without proper explanation.Here’s how the question related to Dodd-Frank read: “Now please listen to this description of the Wall Street Reform law that was passed after the financial crisis. In addition to requiring federal oversight of a larger range of financial companies, this law also prohibits banks from certain risky practices and created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to fight against abusive financial practices that hurt consumers. It also bans taxpayer-funded bailouts of large banks and financial companies and, instead, sets up a system where investors rather than taxpayers bear the losses of bank failures. Please tell me whether, overall, you favor or oppose this law.”“This question also lobs a number of very nuanced and deeply controversial terms at the respondent—words like ‘risky’ and ‘abusive’—with almost no context,” Knight wrote. “What is the optimal level of ‘risk’ for financial institutions, who should assess ‘riskiness’ and how risk can be adequately hedged are questions at the core of ongoing debates over the cause of the 2009 financial crisis and future policy considerations. Labeling a set of practices as ‘risky’ is conclusory and deliberately ignores any existing controversy.Knight says the verbiage on the CFPB question was also disingenuous and that it essentially suggests “the debate over the CFPB is between those who are for abusive practices and those who are against them.”Overall, Knight says, the questions brush off the true issues surrounding Dodd-Frank and the CFPB and, ultimately, don’t provide accurate proof that Americans support either.Read the full post at CATO.org. in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines
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