Heartland puts out casting call for young Alberta girl who speaks her

first_imgAdvertisement “They need to be confident, outgoing, not shy,” Fisekci says. “Those are the traits I would be looking for in the audition room. Kids who have no fear.”While experienced child actresses will not be rejected, Fisekci stresses that experience is not needed for the role.“I find that kids at this age, if you just ask them to be themselves you get much better performances,” she says.Heartland has a good track record in discovering young talent. Vancouver actress Alisha Newton joined the cast in Season 6 and quickly became a fan favourite as Georgie Crawley.Fisekci could not reveal more about the new character for fear of spoilers. Whoever is chosen will be required to work periodically between Aug. 9 to Sept. 28, which is when the season’s later episodes will be shot. Production on Season 12 of Heartland begins June 1. It was unclear how many episodes the new character will appear in.Auditions will be by appointment only and will take place in mid to late June. Parents are asked to submit a recent photo (camera phone pictures are fine) and a small bio that includes the child’s date of birth, height and parent or guardian contact information.The deadline is June 10.  Submissions should be made to rfcasting18@gmail.comBy ERIC VOLMERS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter Producers of CBC’s Alberta-shot, Heartland are looking to their own backyard for its newest cast member, who will play a recurring character in the show’s 12th season.“They just really want to give a local person the opportunity,” says Rhonda Fisekci, Heartland’s casting director. “Heartland is a staple in Alberta so they do want to reach out to the local community. I’m sure we can find her here.”Fisekci says the girl should be Caucasian, aged six to (a small) nine, have blond hair and blue eyes. She will be playing “a little busybody who has opinions on everything and speaks her mind.” Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With:last_img

Canadas hot condo market set to get even hotter

TORONTO — A new condo report suggests first-time buyers, retirees and population growth will continue to fuel demand and price growth for the compact living spaces over the next few years.The study by Genworth Canada found that average condo resale prices are expected to rise next year in seven of the eight metropolitan centres studied.Prices in Toronto are projected to jump 2.5% to $312,352.For those seeking to own a home affordably in urban centres, condos remain a good optionThe highest increase however, is expected to be in Edmonton where prices could rise 3.2%.Vancouver is the only city where condo prices are expected to drop, by 2% to $348,152.The report stands in contrast to warnings from economists and officials that the condo market in some hot markets is reaching bubble territory that could soon burst.[np-related]The Bank of Canada and federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty have cautioned Canadians repeatedly to moderate borrowing on real estate, declaring household debt to be the domestic economy’s number one enemy.The central bank noted certain segments of the housing market that have a persistent oversupply — such as condos in Toronto — face a higher risk of a price correction.Genworth — which earns revenue from selling mortgage insurance — notes that rising prices for single-detached homes are driving first-time buyers to condos, but retirees also continue to prop up demand.It suggests that the population is expected to grow in all eight cities studied over the next few years, while employment growth and low interest rates should also support the market.“This data corroborates our view that the demand for condos in Canada, particularly at the price-point we insure, is well supported by our economy and our population,” said Brian Hurley, chairman and CEO of Genworth Canada.“For those seeking to own a home affordably in urban centres, condos remain a good option.”The Genworth Canada report, produced with the Conference Board of Canada, reviewed trends in Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Victoria.Census figures for 2011 released in February show multi-unit dwellings — a category that includes condominiums — making up roughly half of all new housing stock, a category traditionally led by detached homes.The numbers also indicate that Canadians are flocking to urban centres. Toronto’s population jumped more than 17% over the previous census period in 2006.A recent CMHC report said housing starts and home sales have been strong in 2012 — particularly when it comes to multiple-dwelling units such as townhouses, condos and apartments — but will soften moderately in coming months into 2013.The Canadian Press

UN funding nutrition training in Ethiopia

A group of UN experts, including two UNICEF consultants, along with government employees and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) developed an Ethiopian protocol for the treatment of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) during a crisis in 2002 and 2003.The UNICEF training programme gives participants practical experience in dealing with such cases, using therapeutic feeding units (TFUs), the agency said.Since January, 41 nurses, 12 physicians and 54 medical interns had been trained in using the national protocol at universities in Addis Ababa, Gondar and Jimma, UNICEF said, while 201 professionals from health clinics, health care NGOs and medical schools have received training in managing therapeutic feeding centres.The SAM protocol has been extremely effective in reducing the fatality rate of children treated for severe malnutrition to less than 5 per cent, UNICEF said.

UN envoy meets President of Yemen amid progress on route to negotiations

Mr. Benomar briefed the Security Council yesterday during closed consultations, Stéphane Dujarric told reporters at UN Headquarters today, pointing to a statement released by Mr. Benomar in which he revealed that he told Council members that progress is being made on the status of the UN-brokered negotiations. The Special Adviser also warned that there are extremists within many sides who want for these negotiations to fail.“Mr. Benomar said that no side has the ability to impose control by force over the entire country,” Mr. Dujarric continued. “Any side that would want to pursue a military solution would be inviting a protracted conflict in the vein of a Libya- or Syria-like scenario.”The statement released by Mr. Benomar also emphasized that peaceful dialogue is the only way forward, adding that the UN is engaged with all parties in a manner that neither gives legitimacy to those who used force to disrupt the political process, nor diminishes the legitimacy of the President and government, nor harms the impartiality of the United Nations.

OpEd A year of failed promises and unconstitutionalities

Below in an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall:The year 2017, will be remembered as a year of broken promises and some of the most egregious violations of the Constitution and the rule of law.In the month of January, the nation was treated with a media blitz by the Attorney General signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with two unknown academic entities for the establishment of a local law school in Guyana. Even a name was assigned to this venture – “The JOF Haynes Law School”, after one of the finest legal minds produced by Guyana.The nation would recall that in 1995, the Cheddi Jagan Administration was granted permission by the Council of Legal Education of the West Indies (CLE) to establish a local law school. This project, however, was abandoned the following year when the CLE, the University of Guyana and the University of the West Indies entered into a collaborative agreement through which the top 25 graduates of the LLB programme were guaranteed entry in to the Hugh Wooding Law School. This agreement was continuously renewed under the PPP Administration.When the Attorney General made the public announcement of a local law school in January 2017, I disclosed publicly that while the PPP is not opposed to such a venture, permission must first be obtained from the CLE and that no such permission was obtained.I also publicly questioned the academic integrity of the two institutions with which the Government entered into this MOU. To my queries, the Attorney boldly told the press that he sought and obtained permission of the CLE to establish a local law school in Guyana and that same will be up and running in 2018. By December 2017, the Attorney General was forced to disclose that he never received permission from the CLE. In short, there will be no local law school in 2018. Our poor law students were taken on a ride of deception by the Attorney General. As usual, he conjured up a conspiracy, blaming a number of persons, excepting himself, for this failed venture.Blood on my carpetWe were told that in the year 2017, a Law Reform Commission will be established. 40 million dollars was budgeted for it in the 2016, budget of the Ministry of Legal Affairs. To date no such Commission has been established. No one has been able to account for this money. More money has been budgeted for the establishment of this Commission in the 2018 budget.We were promised that a slew of coroners will be appointed in the year 2017. Not a single coroner was appointed, although the Coroners Act was amended to facilitate these appointments. The nation was promised that the errors in the Laws of Guyana would be corrected in the year 2017. This turned out to be another failed promise.The year 2017, also saw the continued emasculation of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Director of Public Prosecutions office (DPP). These two organizations are constitutionally and statutorily charged with the responsibilities of investigating and detecting crimes and the prosecution of criminal offenses.Armed with $100M from the Treasury, the Attorney General hired Special Prosecutors to prosecute offenses investigated by the Special Organized Crime Unit (SOCU), an organization funded from the budget of the Ministry of the Presidency and whose officers take political directions from various functionaries of the Government.These Special Prosecutors are issued with a fiat by the DPP, which says that they are retained at no cost to the state, but in fact are bankrolled to the tune of $100M paid from the Attorney General’s budget. These prosecutors are all handpicked and are closely connected to this Government. Two occupy the former law office of the Attorney General on South Road; one occupies the former law office of another Minister of Government; one is the brother of a Minister and the other was on the APNU List of Candidates for the 2015 elections. For the year 2018, the Attorney General has budgeted over $250M to pay lawyers whom he plans to retain in that year.The year 2017, also saw the Government hounding out of office, Carvil Duncan, the Chairman of the Public Service Commission, a member of the Police Service Commission and a member of the Judicial Service Commission. Mr. Duncan was invited to the Ministry of the Presidency where he was offered a package to resign, with the President saying to him “I do not want blood on my carpet”. When Mr. Duncan refused, a Tribunal was established with the design to remove him from office. The legality of this tribunal was challenged in the court. The Judge who was hearing this matter was abused, vilified and intimidated by the Attorney General in open court.Constitutional reformThe year 2017, also saw poor rice farmers from Region 5 successfully challenging the unconstitutional revocation of their 50-year-old leases for rice lands.  It is also this year that the President instructed Minister Joseph Harmon to direct the Police Service Commission to halt the promotion of Police Officers. Again, the constitutional jurisdiction of the High Court had to be invoked to declare these directions unconstitutional. This year also witnessed repeated acts of rampant discrimination on the grounds of race, gender and politics. Dozens of qualified professional sons and daughters of this land were unlawfully dismissed in a manner designed to disgrace, humiliate and tarnish their professional reputation and standing.Another vulgar violation of the Constitution took place when the Commissioner of Police was suspended by the Minister of Public Security in clear violation of Article 225 of the Constitution. It was also in 2017, that the nation learnt that the Government received an $18M USD signing bonus from ExxonMobil, which it stashed in a secret account in the Central Bank instead of depositing same in the Consolidated Fund as is required by Article 216 of the Constitution. The year 2017, will conclude with Guyana being no closer to constitutional reform, a promise that the Coalition Government promised to deliver within its first 100 days in office.This year, the nation also witnessed an unprecedented and repeated abuse of the Procurement Act, where a singular purchase of over $605M of pharmaceuticals were undertaken upon the direction of a Minister of Health to a handpicked supplier.The year 2017, will also end without the promised termination of the lease of a house in Charlestown, for which the Government is pay $14M per month to one of its cronies. The lease contract says that the property is being rented as an office but the Government says it is storing pharmaceuticals and medical supplies at the premises.Like in preceding years, the Minister of Finance cut the budgetary requests of almost every single constitutional agency, while the Government continues to pay lip service to financial and functional autonomy, which these agencies are guaranteed under the Constitution. The Judiciary’s Capital Budget was cut by over two thirds, rendering it impossible for the Judiciary to carry out most of its capital programme.Appointment of ChancellorPerhaps the mother of all constitutional violations was the President’s unilateral appoint of an 84-year-old retired Judge as Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). This scandalous appoint came after the President rejected 18 respectable and outstanding Guyanese, whose names were submitted to him by the Leader of the Opposition, who received those names through a consultative process involving almost every important stakeholder organization in this country. The gentleman who was eventually appointed claimed that he was the Chief Justice of Grenada. The President disclosed to the press that he appointed him because he was the Chief Justice of Grenada. To date, not an iota of evidence has been produced that this gentleman was ever appointed the Chief Justice of Grenada. In fact, the evidence which has been unearthed established that he was never appointed the Chief Justice of Grenada. The matter is now engaging the attention of the court.2017, is ending with another major constitutional scandal brewing. The President is actively recruiting a person for the position of Chancellor of the Judiciary but has not seen it fit to engage the Leader of the Opposition, whose agreement is constitutionally required, before such appointment can be lawfully made. Indeed, the press has already identified a candidate who seems to enjoy the President’s confidence. Having regard to his track record on these matters, one cannot discount some warped and twisted interpretation being placed on the Constitution through which the President persuades himself that he is empowered to make such an appointment, unilaterally.Only time will tell. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNandlall challenges AG to approach CARICOM over local law school issueJanuary 10, 2018In “latest news”MOU signed paving the way for local Law SchoolJanuary 11, 2017In “latest news”Govt to assist Guyanese law students with HWLS feesAugust 31, 2016In “Local News”

Bing has cost Microsoft 55 billion since launch

first_imgWhen Microsoft first introduced the Bing search engine it was surprisingly good. People liked the way you could change the background of the homepage, it started generating traffic within days of launch, and looked to offer up some serious competition for Google.But it looks as though Bing has been nothing but a major draw on Microsoft’s cash reserves since its launch in 2009. In just two short years Bing has cost Microsoft $5.5 billion. In return, it has gained a 14.7% share of the search market, half of which has come from the Microsoft-Yahoo! search deal.Microsoft is quite experienced at entering a market late, spending a lot of money, and pushing its way into a strong position. You only have to look at its gaming business and the Xbox 360 in particular to see that first hand. But the worrying thing with regards to Bing is Microsoft’s market share grab has had no impact on its main competitor.When Bing launched, Google Search had a 65% share of the market. Now, that share has dropped only slightly to 64.8%. In other words, while Bing is taking market share from other smaller players and partners, Google remains very strong and profitable in the search space.Microsoft’s answer to turning billions of lost revenue into a profitable search business is to attempt to change how people search. Rather than the keyword searches we all rely on today, Microsoft wants natural language and questions asked instead. Although no specific examples were given, Microsoft also wants Bing to be more than just search, and with that will come revenue.With Google continuing to look untouchable at the top of the search tree, Microsoft has a lot of work to do and probably billions more to invest if it intends to gain an equal footing with its rival. You also can’t discount Google’s role in all of this, and its continuing push to innovate both in and around search.More at CNNlast_img

Were failing children One in seven kids lost to homelessness poverty or

first_img 11,502 Views 82 Comments Wednesday 21 Feb 2018, 7:56 AM http://jrnl.ie/3862989 ‘We’re failing children’: One in seven kids lost to homelessness, poverty or neglect Barnardos wants €250 million to be invested in public services to help children in need. Share128 Tweet Email1 Source: Barnardos Ireland/YouTubeONE IN SEVEN children in Ireland is lost to homelessness, poverty or neglect, according to children’s charity Barnardos.A new campaign, Lost Childhood, highlights the ways in which children can be forgotten about or neglected.Barnardos wants €250 million to be invested to help the 173,000 children in Ireland who are living in poverty or unable to access services such as healthcare.Speaking about the campaign on RTÉ Radio 1′s Morning Ireland, Barnardos CEO Fergus Finlay said the situation for many children has worsened in recent years.“When I started working in Barnardos 12 year ago times were really tough and difficult, difficult for Barnardos and difficult for the people we worked with and so on, but there were no homeless children then — there are 3,000 homeless children now.You can’t gainsay the fact that children are kind of the forgotten scandal in Ireland and what really bothers me is that we’ve been here so many times before, we been through so many generations that have said, ‘We’re never going to let this happen again.’center_img Feb 21st 2018, 7:56 AM By Órla Ryan “We’ve seen so many scandals, we’ve seen so much hurt, so much pain. Now we’re living through another generation which is failing its children,” Finlay said.Barnardos has proposed the following measures:A dedicated child and family public health nurse system with guaranteed home visitsGreater availability of timely community and public-based family support servicesExtending the Early Childhood Care and Education scheme for an additional year, opening it to all two year oldsFree school books to all primary school childrenFully staffed primary health care teams across the country, at a ratio of one for every 1,500 childrenGuarantee that no child spends more than six months in emergency accommodation and substantially increase the building of social housingRead: Minister says it’s ‘absolutely deadly’ that more people have availed of free dental and eye examsRead: Dublin councillor with MS: ‘I was on a walking stick at the age of 32 … now I’m planning to run the marathon’ Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URLlast_img

How Should Political Figures Treat The Media

first_imgQUESTION OF THE DAYMedia practitioners subscribe to the principle of decriminalising speech. They do agree that the media should protect the rights of all and should not be seen to be a violator of the rights of others.Political figures who are offended by media reports would address their complaints to the Gambia Press Union and seek for ways and means of defending their reputation through publication of the truth should misstatements be qualified. The courts should be out of bounds in such matters if we want to promote freedom of expression and freedom of the media.last_img

5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday July 31 2019

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Wednesday, July 31, 2019:#1) Concert on the Common: 60’s InvasionThe 2019 Wilmington Concerts on the Common series concludes this Wednesday, July 31, 2019, from 6:30pm to 8pm, with 60’s Invasion.his show band features the music of the sixties. Sit back as the band takes you back to the days of Elvis, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and more. Music, trivia, nostalgia — it’s all sixties!Admission is free of charge. Bring your chairs/blankets and relax to the sweet sounds of summer. The Wilmington Band Parents Association will be selling concessions. Organized by the Wilmington Recreation Department.#2) DEADLINE: Open Space CommitteeStarting this fall, the Town of Wilmington will be updating its Open Space & Recreation Plan.The Open Space & Recreation Plan provides an inventory of the Town’s open space and outlines open space goals and action items for the next five years.If you are interested in serving on the Open Space Committee to help update the Plan, please submit an application to the Town by July 31, 2019.If you have any questions about the upcoming Open Space & Recreation Plan update, please contact the Department of Planning & Conservation at 978‐658‐8238.#3) PJ StorytimeThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a PJ Storytime at 6:30pm. Wear your snuggly pajamas and bring your favorite teddy bear or blanket and enjoy stories, songs, rhymes and more! Ages 2-5 and one or more adults.#4) Book Store Next Door OpenThe Friends of the Wilmington Memorial Library’s Book Store Next Door (183 Middlesex Avenue) is open from 10am to 6pm (extended summer hours). All books are $2 or less!  Every penny of every sale benefits the Wilmington Memorial Library. Learn more HERE.#5) Car Seat Installs At Public Safety BuildingThe Wilmington Police Department offers safety seat installs at the Wilmington Public Safety Building (1 Adelaide Street) every Wednesday, 10am-2pm. No appointment is necessary, but calling ahead at 978-658-5071 is recommended. Learn more HERE.(NOTE: The above cover photo is from Airgoz Aerial Photography.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, July 10, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, July 24, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Thursday, July 18, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img

BMWs new smart glasses can put technical drawings right in front of

first_img 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Post a comment Review • 2019 BMW X2 M35i review: A fun, potent little crossover BMW 84 Photos Now playing: Watch this: More about 2019 BMW X2 M35i Preview • 2019 BMW X2 M35i first drive: High-riding hot hatch Enlarge ImageIf this tech prevents me from having to pound a third cup of dealership coffee while I twiddle my thumbs, great. BMW It’s been a long time since Google Glass arrived and promptly departed from the world, but automakers think they have a much smarter solution for smart glasses, and BMW is the latest to show off this tech.BMW announced on Tuesday that it has developed a new set of smart glasses for its dealership technicians. The TSARAVision Smart Glasses, named after BMW’s new online case-reporting system TSARA, can be used to speed up diagnostic and repair procedures by offering up everything a tech needs without having to thumb through physical manuals or pick up a phone. The glasses, which don’t really resemble glasses in the traditional sense, have the ability to put step-by-step instructions or technical drawings right in front of a technician’s eyes. The glasses can also take screenshots, and they’re capable of zooming in on photos to get a little extra detail when necessary. In the event a problem proves too tricky, a tech can also uses the smart glasses to phone home to Germany, where engineers can get a live look at the problem to better work through it. If the tech needs to open up a new document, he or she can do so with just their voice, keeping hands free for the actual nitty-gritty work.BMW says this new tech should be at all BMW dealers by June. It’s not the first company to try something like this, though. We got to experience Porsche’s Tech Live Look smart glasses last year, which look equally silly but are built with the same goal in mind — speeding up the repair process from every angle possible. More From Roadshow 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything bettercenter_img 3:07 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 2020 BMW M8 Coupe and Convertible deliver big horsepower and luxury Share your voice Auto Tech Car Industry Tags BMW 0 Porsche’s AR glasses help us fix a car in cyberspacelast_img

Womens unaccounted labour behind malnutrition

first_imgIndian women’s unaccounted contribution in agricultural work has a detrimental impact on the nutrition levels of the households, leading to malnutrition among children, a study suggests. According to the research from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK, recognition of Indian women’s roles in both agriculture and domestic work is key to improving household nutrition outcomes. The research concludes women’s work in agriculture potentially has a negative impact on household nutrition, through a combination of reduced time for care work and seasonal energy deficits. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIn most of rural India, women work as agricultural and family farm labourers, in addition to performing nearly all the childcare and household duties. Often men have gone to work in urban areas, leaving women to balance agricultural and household work, including food gathering and preparation. Overall, women’s work in agriculture seems to have a negative impact on household nutrition, through a combination of reduced time for care work and seasonal energy deficits. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveLonger working hours for women or increased work intensity can have detrimental effects on their own health and, in turn, their ability to care for their children. This leads to poor child- and household-level nutrition outcomes. The research, published in the journal Feminist Economics, examines the intersections of gender with other forms of social identity and inequality. In India, class, caste and ethnicity play important roles in shaping access to resources, especially land. Those structural factors also determine women’s agency, social norms around appropriate behaviour, notions of care and food cultures. “This new research examines how social identity, seasonality and context shape women’s agricultural work, as well as food intakes and feeding practices,” said Nitya Rao, a professor at UEA. “Women’s agricultural work could potentially have negative outcomes, especially for the young child whose nutrition depends more on the mother’s time for breastfeeding and supplementary feeding,” said Rao. “The double burden of work and care often leads to a time trade-off between the two,” Rao said. The research draws on primary data from 12 villages in two Indian districts, Wardha in Maharashtra and Koraput in Odisha between 2014-2016. The study villages comprise a mix of castes and ethnicities, all with distinctive cultures and livelihoods, from land-owning cultivators to landless groups who survive by engaging in wage labour. Malnutrition is high in both areas, with near or more than 50 per cent of children underweight. In both regions, women account for nearly all the household work, such as bathing and feeding children, washing clothes and collecting water. In Wardha, women harvest cotton manually, but the semi-arid region has reported severe agrarian distress over the past decade. Moreover, the smell of cotton and cotton dust causes headaches and leaves workers with no appetite or desire to cook or eat, which has implications for the rest of the household. In Koraput, located in the semi-humid tropics, literacy rates and other human development indicators are low. People in this region work, on average, close to 13 hours a day, resulting in sleep deprivation, especially during the peak agricultural seasons of planting and harvesting. Rao said in order to improve women’s lives and household nutrition and health outcomes, policies need to be context-specific, taking into consideration factors such as caste and location. Regardless, though, policies must aim to reduce the time and effort of women’s agricultural work. “The lack of attention to women’s time as a key factor in child nutrition outcomes is perhaps the main reason for the persistence of poor nutritional outcomes despite economic growth,” said Rao.last_img

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He said the FBI believes that ISIS is "looking to try to do something in the U.S." though he said he did not believe the group is capable of a sophisticated or complex attack… Read the rest of the story from our partners at NBC News Contact us at editors@timecomIn another victory for those who say the team’s name is offensive and should be changed a US Patent and Trademark Office appeals board on Wednesday canceled the trademark registration for the National Football League’s Washington Redskins The USPTO’s decision was the result of a case brought in 2006 by law firm Drinker Biddle & Reath on behalf of a group of Native Americans who argued the “Redskins” name was offensive Federal law bans trademarks that “may disparage” individuals or groups “or bring them into contempt or disrepute” This litigation has been hard-fought” the lawyer litigating the case Jesse Witten told TIME “The term ‘redskin’ is an ethnic slur… Many people who are Native Americans and not Native Americans have objected to this team name for a very long time” The US denied the Redskins their trademark once before in 1999 but the decision was later overruled after the team appealed The team is likely to respond to Wednesday’s decision with yet another appeal Senator Harry Reid Democrat of Nevada applauded the USPTO’s decision calling the Redskins’ team name racist “Every time [Native Americans] hear that name it’s a reminder of a history of racism and bigotry” Reid said “This is extremely important to Native Americans all over the country It’s racist” The USPTO’s decision does not mean the Redskins can no longer use their name but it does call into question the economic future of Redskins merchandise and other related revenue streams Pressure has long been mounting on the Redskins to change their name which many Native Americans football fans and others find disrespectful A group of 50 US Senators signed an open letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell last month calling on the NFL to change the team’s name something team owner Daniel Snyder has refused to do “Daniel Snyder may be the last to see this but it’s just a matter of time before he’s forced to change the name” Reid said Wednesday “The writing is on the wall” Wednesday’s decision makes it more difficult for the Redskins to bring successful lawsuits against competing merchants who use the team’s name trademark lawyer for Kenyon & Kenyon LLP Jim Rosini told TIME and the Redskins will have to rely on state trademark and unfair competition laws rather than federal courts to stop infringements In response to the mounting criticism Snyder in March announced the creation of the “Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation” a group meant to help struggling Native Americans across the United States Contact us at editors@timecomThe Senator representing Kogi Central Senatorial District Mohammed Ohiare has expressed optimism that the Buhari administration would revive the Ajaokuta Iron and Steel rolling mill which has been abandoned over the years Speaking to DAILY POST in his office at the National Assembly he recalled how he in his first tenure worked tirelessly for the resuscitation of the project which is directly in his senatorial district He however said he discovered that the then government of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo was not having the political will to revive the steel despite the fact that he assured the nation of doing so “You know during my first time as a senator I came here with the mindset that Ajaokuta project must be working before I leave which made me to put all my time to collaborate with government then but later discovered that nothing much was coming out as a result of government’s lack of political will to revive the place” he said According to him when President Buhari visited Kogi State during his campaign he promised to revive the Iron and Steel at Ajaokuta without anybody’s prompting which eventually was in line with their heart desires “Of course President Buhari is a man of his words and I am very optimistic that he would made good his promises to the people of Kogi state and Nigerians” he stressed Talking national issues with regards to paucity of funds being experienced in the nation the federal lawmaker decried the lack of diversification of the economy by the successive governments which he said was a bad omen to a country with a critical mass of about 170 million population “How can this country depend on oil and gas alone” he asked He stressed that the Steel project at Ajaokuta if put to work had the capacity to generate revenues much more than oil and gas while emphasizing that there was no country in the world without its own domestic iron and steel industries that could boast of rapid growth of having sound economy A former Governor of Borno State Ali Modu Sheriff has dismissed media reports linking him and some other prominent politicians to the alleged arming of terrorist groups in the northern region He challenged former vice president Atiku Abubakar to provide proofs of his claims that he had links with the dreaded sect Sheriff who made these comments yesterday in a BBC Hausa Service programme monitored by DailyPost was reacting to media reports attributed to former vice president Atiku who had also spoken with the BBC Hausa Service Modu Sheriff was alleged to be one of the governors who gave arms to militia groups when he was in power He denied ever arming any group or giving guns to individuals for whatever purposes adding that he had never handled a gun himself and so could not have given same to people “I do not want to join issues with Atiku Abubakar I used to respect him and I hope he does not squander the goodwill he enjoys from some of us with his careless remarks I do not see him as an enemy as I have no ambition to contest the position he is seeking which is the presidency but he should not take us for granted as we have the capacity to match him” Modu Sheriff said The former governor further accused Atiku of being so desperate in his quest to be president that he seems to be envious of the rising political profile of some politicians from the north who may have the potential to stop him He however stressed that he had no presidential ambition and as such does not expect Atiku to include him in his seeming political game of blackmail Sheriff popularly called SAS described Atiku as posing a greater risk to democracy and the nation than any of the persons he is attacking given his antecedents “I respect Atiku” Modu Sheriff said “but he should be cautious in his remarks which sometimes portray him as un-statesmanly” The former governor argued that security reports since the insurgency started in Borno State had absolved him and that Atiku was not in a position to know how the presidency in collaboration with the Borno State government had been handling the issues because of his estrangement in the scheme of things As such Atiku is not in a position to advise him or any governor he stated Apparently irked by the unfolding political bickering in the north-east zone and the roles the former vice president has been playing in the crisis rocking Adamawa State Modu Sheriff cautioned against the politicisation of the crisis He called on stakeholders to give useful counsel to government and stop playing to the gallery in a bid to settle scores “It is a sad commentary” he said “that the north-east has remained the most underdeveloped of all the political zones in the country in spite of the enormous endowments and the opportunities most of which were wasted during the tenure of Atiku Abubakar as the vice president” The former Borno governor who is the chairman Board of Trustees BoT of the All Nigeria Peoples Party ANPP) attributed the remarks credited to the former vice president to the seeming battle for the future control of the political soul of the north-east irrespective of political leanings and said no amount of intrigues or blackmail could unsettle him or salvage the dwindling political fortunes of Atiku and his like who wasted the golden opportunities given to them by God to be of good service to fellow countrymen Atiku had allegedly said on a BBC Hausa Service interview on Saturday that he had personally called some governors including former Governor Sheriff and cautioned them on the political repercussions of arming political thugs that have today metamorphosed into terrorist groups A recidivist prescription-painkiller addict empowered by professional knowledge and personal cunning, “He stopped just to take no risks.

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disaster that led to six death “While on board In the present circumstances In most of the swearing-ins of chief ministers at Lucknow DAILY POST recalls that two doctors and a nurse have already lost their lives to the outbreak Reacting to the recent deaths the association decried as despicable the level of lip service paid to development and strengthening of the Nigerian health system by successive governments It frowned at the state of the Nigerian health system and called on the government to live up to its responsibility and overhaul the health system for efficient and effective care delivery In a statement in Abakaliki by its National President Chief (Hon) Solomon Egwuenu and its National Secretary Nurse Goodluck Nshi the association said the recent killings by Lassa Fever of health workers in Ebonyi State was avoidable but for gross neglect and abandonment of our health system by government “At the latest count more than 40 health workers have died as a result of Lassa fever in Ebonyi State alone in the past 13 years This ugly incidence has continued because there have been no proactive measures fostered by the government to arrest it over the years “What we see each time we experience the avoidable dead of health workers from Lassa fever is that government officials rush to the press to commiserate with the victims and hypocritically resume the supply of basic personal protective equipments (PPE) and hand sanitizers to hospitals But as soon as the tension dies down hand sanitizers PPEs electricity and ever running water disappear and become essential commodities in our hospitals leaving our compassionate nurses and physicians with the pathetic option of treating patients largely unprotected and in the process dying while trying to save others from a preventable disease like the Lassa fever “The worst is that as we bury the deceased in agony the government mocks the living health workers by paying them five thousand naira as hazard allowance In Nigeria today we all know that five thousand naira can hardly procure a comprehensive therapeutic drug regimen let alone run a basic laboratory health screening “Despite this our irrational government that pays millions of naira to political office holders as newspaper and wardrobe allowances does not see any good in reviewing upward the current ridiculous hazard allowance payable to health workers in the face of non-provision or inadequate supply of basic PPE and sanitizers for standard universal precaution in our healthcare institutions “We advice JOHESU and NMA to sheath their swords and fight together to salvage the plight of the Nigerian health workers especially on this issue of abusive hazard allowance because the current government seems insensitive to the plight of the health workers and more so seems too comfortable with the rot in our health system” the group said The association further queried why the South-East virology centre built by Ebonyi State government and commissioned by the Federal government two years ago was not yet fully functional necessitating the arduous ferrying of victims of Lassa fever by road to far away Irrua in Edo State which leads to the deaths from exhaustion of some of them in the course of such a long distance journey on very bad roads “With the pomp and ceremony that greeted the commissioning of the South-East virology centre we thought the government had meant business in efforts to curtail the endemic Lassa fever Two years later it is now clear that it was the usual case of “the more you look the less you see” “We have come to the conclusion that the problem with Nigeria is not APC or PDP or any other political party but bad leadership With the change mantra mouthed by the APC we hoped that Buhari was coming to overhaul our health system and end medical tourism But what we have witnessed is escalating medical tourism poor remuneration of health workers dearth and decay of facilities and incessant migration of our best brains in the health system oversea in search of greener pastures” it added The association called on Nigerians to be objective and wise and stop voting along ethnic religious tribal or party lines but rather on verifiable facts of what a candidate can offer “While we urge Nigerians to diligently observe all the preventive measures against Lassa fever currently being preached across electronic and traditional media such as rearing of cats in rodent-populous environments storage of foods and wastes in rodent-proof containers cooking of foods properly and proper hand washing with soap and water we also call for objectiveness in voting during elections “Having seen that the current APC government is no better than the past PDP governments we chastised we advise Nigerians to make concerted effort to end the perennial health and economic sufferings we have been subjected to by looking beyond ethnicity tribe religion and political affiliations and objectively root in future elections for pragmatic and selfless leaders whose antecedents testify of their possession of the will power to overhaul our health system stop medical tourism and turn around our economy” the statement concluded “Being a retired Army officer was critically injured Chris Few” Cruz said the Department of Energy North Dakota initially proposed reducing this number by 25 percent Emmanuel Uduaghan on Wednesday averred that the Joint Task Force In terms of his entrance he was a winner all the way So this week AFP "At this stage its a fools errand sometimes one face is everything "I will utilize my 55 years of law enforcement" to quell the revolt And while party bosses and pro-Trump delegates quashed the delegate rebellion the then Leader of Opposition and other BJP and VHP leaders for criminal conspiracy "The case was investigated by the U you (expletive)The mimosa in its purest form is a wonderful delicacy especially for brunches the court adjourned the case till October 10 lay on his back in a hospital bed a rocket 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) have a greater say,and then accepted or rejected on merit.the coded information was being carried in a micro-chip that was embedded in a visiting card and it may take days for the police to decode it? They added that the information had come from top academic circles in New Delhiwhere Maoists is alleged to have their ideological base It is gathered that Mishrawho hails from Uttarakhandwas a regular courier for top Naxal leaders He is enrolled in the BA (Chinese) course in the School of LanguagesLiterature and Cultural Studies in JNU It is alleged that a well-entrenched courier network has been the mainstay of Naxal communication for more than three decades But ever since security operations were intensifiedit has been severely affectedpolice said The coded information was to be taken to (CPM Special Zonal Committee member) Narmadakkawho was supposed to take it to Central Committee members who have been confined to the impregnable Maad area because of security operations?said one of the officers. Reuters In its filing, and booked him under Section 304 (culpable homicide). George had said that if the Opposition could prove the allegation, accusing the channel of falsely accusing him of having a hand in the death of IAS officer DK Ravi in March 2015, rethink and re-motivate himself with new targets having completed his career Grand Slam this year and then suffering a dip, but when asked if it had any medical needs or emergencies.

She criticised the state government for cancelling the holiday on the death anniversary of BSP founder Kanshiram,and they should work on a war footing to strengthen the organisation.s loss ?in the designer? where he won two league and one FA Cup titles. We also know that Da Vinci was very esoteric and used symbols in his work to give out messages. In the right eyes black pupilLeonardo da Vinci wrote LVpossibly his signature In the left eye are unidentifiable symbols This famous painting was featured in Dan Browns bestseller The Da Vinci Codewhich became a film starring Tom Hanks Brown had suggested that secret messages are hidden in Mona Lisaa painting Da Vinci started in 1503 and completed just before his death in France in 1519 Mona Lisa was once stolentwice vandalised; even a tea mug was thrown on it by a Russian woman who was refused French citizenship Thats how closely the world identifies Mona Lisa as the reference of France today Somy sub-25 Zapper friendsanalytics can definitely land you a boring career where you make good moneybut your imagination will be stifled By bringing creativity into this traditional workyou will keep your mind and business vibrant Those of you who want a creative arts careerlearning from these masters will help you ideate differently Because they have shown how art can impact and change societyeven five centuries after they have gone Shombit Sengupta is an international consultant to top management on differentiating business strategy with execution excellence (wwwshiningconsultingcom) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P S Pasricha | Updated: October 3 2014 8:56 am Floods in Kashmir brought special challenges for its minority Sikh community (source: PTI) Related News When a body wrapped in white was seen by a girl she asked almost silently “Is it Papa” Quietly came the reply “No it is Mama Papa will soon follow” This exchange illustrates the situation in Srinagar devastated by the recent floods I was closely monitoring the situation from day one (September 7) through the media and friends in Kashmir The feedback was passed to various Central authorities especially the NDRF Unfortunately the state administration seemed to be comatose The army air force NDRF and paramilitary forces did a splendid job despite the odds Civilians too helped each other Most shrines were open to all irrespective of religion As I could bear the tragedy no longer I decided to visit Srinagar for firsthand information and a correct appraisal of the situation so that requisite assistance could be arranged I was shocked to see the situation on the ground Only the gurdwara’s rescue teams and a few civilians could be seen struggling to rescue trapped victims and extricate bodies The victims were cursing the state government and praising the young Sikh boys who were toiling untiringly to help others A minuscule minority (about a half per cent of the total population of the Valley) took to the steering wheel to protect all those in need cutting across the barriers of religion Shattered by my encounters I went to the main gurdwara where thousands had taken refuge The holy Guru Granth Sahib had been shifted from the sanctum sanctorum to a smaller room to accommodate those who had trusted the Sikhs for shelter For as Sikh philosophy professes “Service to mankind is service to God” The SGPC organised langar Local Sikhs set up a medical camp A few doctors had arrived from Amritsar too Blankets clothes medicines rice etc were distributed I felt a little better seeing all this The system was functioning reasonably well I only helped the gurdwara management streamline various tasks with a well-assigned chain of command and unambiguous responsibilities A control room was set up to disseminate information and address problems I was benumbed by a Sikh senior citizen narrating how his family had suffered during Partition and how they had struggled to earn their livelihood Once again they were back to what they had suffered 67 years ago He added that it was not the financial loss that pained him but the fact that he had to spread his hands for rice and blankets He was not able to reconcile himself to this incalculable humiliation (“zillat” in his words) We shall encounter many such instances of fractured self-esteem psychological disorders depression and even suicidal tendencies These have to be dealt with the sensitivity they deserve Experts should be roped in for counselling I foresee numerous challenges immediately after the victims return to their destroyed damaged or vulnerable homes The winter will also set in towards the end of October Besides organising funds and transit accommodation victims will have to run from pillar to post for duplicates of vital documents such as PAN cards voter identity cards property documents etc which will be necessary for obtaining loans and jobs Another major challenge will be the rehabilitation of the Sikh community no more than 65000 in number and spread all over the Valley with around 20000 living in Srinagar Most are either poor or belong to the lower middle class They have suffered immensely in these floods Since many of them were displaced after Partition they are in a dilemma whether to stay on in the Valley or move elsewhere If they left it would further erode the diversity of the Valley The Sikh community of Kashmir defines itself as a distinct ethnic group A tiny minority it has integrated itself in Kashmiri society In many ways these Sikhs have imbibed the local culture After the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits it is only the Sikh community that has provided diversity to Kashmir despite suffering the tragedies of the Chattisinghpora and Mehjoor Nagar massacres Their decision to stay back thereafter was appreciated by everyone They have enjoyed the goodwill of the majority Unfortunately these Sikhs have not been recognised as a minority in spite of repeated memoranda sent to the state and Central governments Because of this there are no reservations in government jobs or educational institutions for them The community perceives this as discrimination since their Pandit brothers enjoy such concessions at the national level despite the fact that they have left the Valley It is therefore sad that with no secure jobs and a bleak future Kashmir’s Sikhs are feeling helpless There is an urgent need to rehabilitate all homeless Sikhs in the Valley and compensate them judiciously to save them from the coming winter The task of rehabilitation will be arduous Besides despatching immediate requirements such as food clothes blankets and medicines measures have to be taken to ensure jobs with dignity for all our Kashmiri brethren Kashmiri art is well known the world over so why not set up a cottage industry to promote local talent The Valley has witnessed an unprecedented spur in tourism over the last three years Business houses can harness this potential and plough funds into the Valley And as a social commitment they can sponsor rehabilitation programmes and build housing colonies Natural disasters are a universal reality But the level of preparedness and speed of response decide how much a country values its human lives Sadly we do not have an efficient system in place Last year alone almost 5700 lives were lost after a cloudburst caused floods in Uttarakhand We have been given many wake-up calls but we continue to slumber If we show solidarity the Valley will soon be back on its wheels But are we going to learn our lesson Will the administration be proactive and take the requisite steps — such as a flood alarm system orderly urban development and proper land use — to prevent such major disasters in future The onus is entirely on us when it comes to what we wish for our future generations If we fail today posterity will never pardon us The writer is former director general of police Maharashtra For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Parties like the BJP, Since then, It’s a well-known tradition, So when the family decided that it had had its fill of picturesque ruins.

The construction of the entire corridor is currently in progress and the work is expected to be over by the end of 2016.While the length of the span crossing over the first loop towards Ashram will be 34m, "I actually felt OK yesterday but I only hit for 30 minutes. But overall, talk of a Wembley hoodoo has been overstated, The department from time to time holds talks to sensitise the general public,maternal uncle of the main accused Mona Duggal. The police seized Sanap’s and his wife’s phone and sought their Call Data Records (CDR) to check his location on January 5,which has improved supply of power in three states of Gujarat,water.

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notion and thereby widen its vote base. Now that the shooting is done I am getting withdrawal symptoms.d like to imagine how my life would be if I wasn?claimed that the Congress was trying to take credit for the work in all wards. The party, 2015 12:06 am Asked about the genre with which she would like to make a comeback, “Actually on this kind of wicket, wasted little time coming to terms with life in the top flight after a 45-year hiatus.

who became a natural choice for the role after he failed to find a suitable actress from Marathi films who would match Athreya? facilitating India with data on water levels and rainfall twice a day, Delhi BJP Chief Vijay Goel will launch the four-day contact programme ‘Ghar Ghar Bhajapa’ on October 17 from a polling booth in Majnu Ka Tila in his Chandni Chowk Assembly constituency in the national capital, There are 47 BJP corporators and almost everybody is here, Playing for Aston Villa now, if a patient is sitting with the doctor,t prepare. As in India, Sources said there had been other cases in the area, Mikhail Dovgalyuk.

Maru opened the door of the car and fell on the ground.his use of cigarettes dignifies ? “We had held a central committee meeting on April 10, Riteish Deshmukh has also been sharing a couple of videos in which he can be seen conducting an interview with different actors like Shah Rukh Khan, the Arab world and even America, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: September 2, who has been living in Dammam with his family for the last 22 years,s intention of forging a non-BJP, The politicians with their vested interests want to develop the periphery and earn crores from the land. There is a need for increasing the Floor-Area Ratio.

Ranchi Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Haryana Steelers,colleges and offices mean more waste of these kinds.what would it be, says Raju One of the participants wants to restore faith in the public systema system which sadly most of our netas have lost faith in. A division bench of justices D Y Chandrachud and S C Gupte was hearing a PIL by Mushtaque Fakhruddin alleging a three-acre plot having a mosque and burial ground was fraudulently sanctioned for development by the civic body in connivance with developer Golden Constructions. Dilip Ghosh, 2013 1:09 am Related News The complainant in the case where vanity registration number was issued to the wife of Punjab Education Minister Sikander Singh Maluka, but Albania started to impose themselves on the counter-attack as Ermir Lenjani skied over from point-blank range, which was unauthorisedly opened by the group of people who are seen in the footage of the police and one of the shops. However,” Also Read: Salman Khan: If people want hatred.

Bsed on a tip-off we received on Sunday, the above innings is Mahmudullah’s first fifty in eleven innings in Tests. the primary motivation for watching OK Jaanu, Three, File picture of Virat Kohli. "I have never asked her to resign or tried to oust her.he had stayed with her near a Hanuman Mandir in Unao after which he abandoned her there.Morne Morkel, The Indian paralympic team has so far won an impressive? “which is very obvious in D Ward”.

This is the time to put our best foot forward, The show highlights responses of women artists from across the country and among those who are impressed is Johny ML, “Right now, He is best remembered for his 6 for 23 against England at Durban in the 2003 World Cup.

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from 0-5 down, Less than 60 seconds left and one point separates the two teams 2050 hrs IST: Deepak Narwal with a Super Raid and he turns the game in Delhi’s favour in a flash 2044 hrs IST: Pune fight back after the all-out. For all the latest Mumbai News,fashionistas in the city wished the weekend away so that they could see designer James Ferriera?

who was hanged along with Narayan Apte for the killing.reached Gurudwara Amb Sahib in Mohali on the Wednesday evening to extend support to Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa. Mann, our own issues are always bigger and more important than anyone else’s and as a survival strategy, Reacting sharply to this,It was decided that the PMC would pay Rs 19.the northbound traffic from Sion can use the existing four lanes. Those going towards Panvel or Thane will continue on the highway, Police said among the four is the husband of Surat BJP?they now have to deal with illegal water connections.

Related News Before they represent India at the 70th Festival De Cannes, The driver charged me Rs 80 — double of what I usually pay, There is another jam at the Sambhaji bridge, On Friday,” he would tell me during the many interactions I had with him on his frequent trips to Lucknow. the founder of Bahujan Samaj Party is the most successful political strategist in the Dalits-rights space. A case of accidental death has been registered at Santacruz police station. had said that they were genuine. and ? As many as two lakh acres of grazing land have been gifted to the corporates, the Modi-baiter told a gathering of nearly 2000 tribals He alleged the governments Van Bandhu Yojana packages for tribals were not reaching the beneficiaries properly What do you know of the package allotted under the Van Bandhu Yojana?

09:00 PM October 3, Bhupender Singh, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, For all the latest Delhi News, In the seven zones,Chandigarh. Vij asked the SP what the police was doing regarding multiple sale points of liquor opened in villages.s agenda to university students at the general body meeting scheduled for Tuesday. as part of her wedding gift, India and Pakistan are equally unlikely to be very enthusiastic about the hasty US departure.

can dance and romance. watch video Meanwhile, 100 cr… [Week 2] Fri 4. Sat 5. He adds a word of caution: watch out.Hidayat left his Indonesian fans exasperated, ? According to sources, who is contesting from Gandhinagar for the sixth consecutive time, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: October 24.

the release added. was followed by the Kargil War. Subsequently,The media certification and monitoring committee (MCMC) will keep a check on paid news. Holden, ? Their lodging,I am doing what the Centre should have done, Modi said in his address Hiral Dave For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Italian World Cup winner Gianluca Zambrotta says the once-storied Serie A football league has been in a downward spiral compared to other premier club competitions in Europe File image of Gianluca Zambrotta AFP The 39-year-old former full-back is currently enjoying a successful season as coach of Indian Super league (ISL) franchise Delhi Dynamos In the changing world of football the decline of Serie A catches the attention of the former Juventus and AC Milan star "The quality of the Serie A is going down About the rest of the world the game hasn’t changed much" Zambrotta who has also turned out for Spanish giants Barcelona tells PTI in an interview Zambrotta who was a key member of the Italian outfit that clinched the World Cup in 2006 stresses on the need for scouting talents having good coaches and academies for India to improve The ISL he says can learn from top club competitions such as La Liga Bundesliga English Premier League and Serie A "The ISL started just three years ago and has grown in a very good way Of course there is a big potential to get better and to become one of the most important leagues in the country "Of course you can get better and learn from other leagues like Serie A Bundesliga and the UK But the ISL can also improve Indian players by having good coaches academies which will help to grow Indian football "The ISL started just three years ago so to build a strong fan base it will take some time But also you have to work with the young players have good coaches academies and staff to help the young players in a better way" During his seven seasons with Juventus from 1999 Zambrotta won two consecutive Serie A and Supercoppa Italiana titles in 2002 and 2003 also reaching the 2003 UEFA Champions League Final Though he is focussed on Delhi Dynamos at the moment the Azzurri is open to coaching elsewhere in the future "Right now I’m focussed on coaching the Delhi Dynamos in a good way because it is my first time But in the future never say never Of course it is my dream to coach one of the famous teams Not just in Europe I am open to coaching in other parts of the world as well But right now I am totally focussed on doing well with Delhi Dynamos" he says Zambrotta spent two seasons with Barcelona between 2006 and 2008 before returning to Italy to play for Milan where he won his third Serie A and Supercoppa Italiana titles in 2011 With the Italian national team he won 98 caps playing at three World Cups three European Championships the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup and the 2000 Olympics Besides the triumphant World Cup campaign he was part of the side that reached the Euro 2000 final and he was also selected to the Euro 2004 Team of the Tournament for his performances and also the Team of the Tournament in 2006 India he feels will benefit immensely by organising the Fifa U-17 World Cup next year "Hosting the Under-17 World Cup will definitely help You can learn a lot from watching good teams play So it will be very interesting for India and India can also get some good ideas from this tournament" He is happy with the performance of his Dynamos side so far in the third season of ISL which is his first "I am really happy with the experience so far Of course we haven’t done anything yet and we have a long way to go But I am absolutely happy with my experience in India By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 19 2015 6:36 pm The makers of “Sumit Sambhaal Lega” the official Indian adaptation of popular American sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” are confident that the universality of the story will appeal everyone Related News The makers of “Sumit Sambhaal Lega” the official Indian adaptation of popular American sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” are confident that the universality of the story will appeal everyone “There is a lot of pressure but it is positive It has worked everywhere and Russian version is still doing very well” producer Deeya Singh told PTI “The appeal of the show and idea of the family is universal No other series could be adapted so perfectly in the Indian scenario” she added The show has three directors on board The producers feel this technique has given them the best results and creative space to directors “To avoid boredom to maintain quality to assure involvement of the director on the editing table and in the rehearsals we decided to bring three directors- Shashant Shah Deven Bhojani and Parmeet Sethi on board We are working the way people in America do the show will air on August 31 and we already have a bank of around 80 episodes” Singh said Share This Article Related Article “Dasvidaniya” helmer Shanshant Shah who had set up the series believes the idea of having three directors has worked well for the show “I was approached by Deeya for the show in November I had set up first 30 odd episodes and that’s when I was told there will be couple of other directors joining in and then they got Deven and Parmeet by March We share the details and what can be done or can be carried forward” Shah said The show follows the story of a Punjabi family living in Delhi; and stars seasoned actor Namit Das as the protagonist Sumit Walia Manasi Parekh Gohil as his wife Maya Bharati Achrekar as mother Dolly Walia Vikram Kochar as Rajneesh Walia Sumit’s brother and actor-filmmaker Satish Kaushik as the head of the family Jasbir Walia Kaushik who is all set to make a comeback on television after 16 years said the concept and the role he was offered tempted him to invest nine months in the project “I am an actor and if anything good is happening anywhere I just go there An actor’s job is to act be it theatre TV films or commercial ads Namit Das who is playing a lead role in a sitcom is very excited about the show but confessed he was nervous to take up such a popular character initially “I consider myself very lucky to work in such professionally sound environment and play an iconic character but with this I would like to confess that for first three months I was very nervous as I had too work hard to understand my character and maintain the comic tune without going over the board” he said The show will air from Monday to Saturday at 10 pm on Star Plus For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: December 31 2016 6:39 pm Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovich celebrates after scoring a goal against Sunderland Top News An injury to influential striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be disastrous for Manchester United according to manager Jose Mourinho who is willing to let winger Memphis Depay leave in January for the right price Ibrahimovic needs one goal against Middlesbrough later on Saturday to equal the 50-goal mark of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and few would rule out the prospect of the Swede netting a double and finish 2016 as the year’s top marksman “A disaster Obviously a disaster but that’s football” Mourinho told British media when asked how damaging it would be to lose Ibrahimovic to injury “It’s not a surprise (how many goals he has scored) In Spain Messi and Cristiano (Ronaldo) have a lot of penalties to score They are phenomenal players with lots of penalties to score goals Here Zlatan has 18 (league) matches and one penalty It’s not so easy to score goals” Depay has played just 20 minutes of Premier League football this season and Mourinho said he would not stand in the way of the Dutch winger leaving the club amid reported interest from Everton and Italian side Roma “I have to say that in the past couple of months my decisions in relation to Memphis were influenced by the feelings and information that he would like to leave in January” Mourinho added “And that we were going to have a real offer that we would be willing to accept That obviously influences me” For 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