End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Edward Dixon made the most of the extended garbage time and poured 19 of his 27 points in the second half, to go with five rebounds, while Clement Leutcheu got 13 markers and 20 boards in the defeat.The Blazers suffered their fifth straight loss to go down to 2-9.The Scores:LYCEUM 83 – Perez 14, Ayaay 12, Nzeusseu 10, Caduyac 9, Pretta 9, Jc. Marcelino 7, Baltazar 7, Jv. Marcelino 6, Tansingco 5, Ibanez 2, Marata 2, Cinco 0, Liwag 0, Serrano 0.ST. BENILDE 69 – Dixon 27, Leutcheu 13, Belgica 10, Domingo 6, Johnson 5, Sta. Maria 4, Castor 2, Naboa 2, Pili 0, San Juan 0.ADVERTISEMENT For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Super letdown: Patriots routed in 2nd half, Chiefs win 42-27 Winning start End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Mayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ Break new ground View comments Quarters: 23-10, 46-30, 66-53, 83-69. LATEST STORIES A costly, catty dispute finally settled Cameroonian big man Mike Nzeusseu also chimed in a double-double of 10 points, 11 rebounds, and two blocks in the win, as Lyceum remained unbeaten after 11 games.“Every game, our mindset is we don’t look at the standings because we’re already battling our own race. It’s already about us at this point,” said deputy coach Jeff Perlas, who came in the press room for coach Topex Robinson.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThough the Pirates led by as high as 21, their 23 turnovers helped the Blazers catch up and trim the lead to just 14 to finish the game, something which Perlas raised as a remaining concern for the team.“We’re far from being satisfied because of our turnovers. We have to take care of the ball. The effort of the team is always there, but we have to acknowledge that teams have started to catch up on us. We have to find a way to adjust to their adjustments,” he said. CJ Perez. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLyceum ran roughshod of St. Benilde for an 83-69 victory Friday in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.CJ Perez commandeered the fight for the Pirates as he scattered 14 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two steals, while MJ Ayaay got 12 markers, four boards, and two assists.ADVERTISEMENT It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson
Together with Catherine (left), Ella (right) has founded the Generation Earth youth development and networking platform (images: Miss Earth South Africa)Ella and Catherine Constantinides have built their careers on loving the planet, and spreading that love to South Africa’s youngsters through their Generation Earth initiative.“Generation Earth is geared towards helping educate these young minds so that when they are in decision-making positions no matter what career they find themselves in, they will consider people and planet in conjunction with profit,” says Ella.
An expedition by the Dogra Scouts has recovered parts of an Indian Air Force AN-12 transport aircraft that crashed in the icy mountains of Himachal Pradesh 51 years ago, killing all 102 people on board, the Army said on Sunday.The Western Command launched an operation on July 26 to recover the mortal remains of over 90 missing soldiers, who were on board the AN-12 BL-534 aircraft which went missing over the Rohtang Pass in Kullu district on February 7, 1968.After 13 days of rigorous search and recovery operation in the Dhaka Glacier at an altitude of 5,240 m, the team recovered parts of the aircraft like the aero engine, fuselage, electric circuits, propeller, fuel tank unit, air brake assembly and a cockpit door, it said in a statement. Personal belongings of the passengers were also recovered.The search area, including the location of recoveries, has been mapped for future reference, the Army said. The expedition was joined by a team of the Indian Air Force on August 6 to augment the operation.The glacier had high levels of snow accumulation due to old avalanches, precipitous gradients, avalanche-prone slopes and open crevasses along the course which made movement of the team extremely difficult and energy sapping.The aircraft went missing on its way back to the Chandigarh Air Force base.Since the crash, there were rumours that the aircraft might have strayed into the enemy territory and might have been forced to land in the enemy territory with all passengers being taken as prisoners of war.However, the mystery of the missing airplane was finally solved as a mountaineering expedition in 2003 stumbled on the debris of the plane near the Dhaka Glacier, and found the identity card of a soldier who was on board the missing aircraft.Fresh hopeThis discovery gave a fresh ray of hope to the families of the missing passengers that the bodies would be recovered for performing the last rites.Since then, numerous search missions have been launched to recover the bodies of the missing soldiers. However, only five bodies have been found till date.
The Observer Gareth Southgate Share on Twitter Share on Facebook England players need club games to keep places, says Gareth Southgate Share on LinkedIn Topics “There is no smooth path to the top and Raheem has had to overcome a few setbacks, but life in sport is about developing resilience.“Defenders are frightened by speed, and that’s where Raheem, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford give us another dimension.“I particularly like the fact that Raheem works incredibly hard without the ball,” he added. “The days have gone when forwards would only turn it on with the ball at their feet, you have to work harder than that now.“That’s what Borussia Dortmund demand, and so do Manchester City and Liverpool.” England Read more news “Having had experience at the highest level now I am even more convinced that these are the games that really matter, the ones where you grow. Croatia deserved to go through to the final in summer, we have to take our medicine on that, but I have had a couple of conversations with their coach since and we both agree that the more big games you play, the more you learn to handle the pressure so that eventually you will be able to get over the line.“We are in a good position now, we don’t have to rip everything up and start again, we have made progress and we want to keep that progress going.”Croatia crop up again on Friday as England’s next opponents in the Uefa Nations League, Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic and all. Southgate would have liked a full stadium in Zagreb as the World Cup runners-up took the opportunity to remind England what happened in summer; instead, the game will be played behind closed doors in Rijeka as part of a clampdown on terrace racism in the past.“It’s not ideal but the lads will still know they are playing for England,” Southgate said. “I would have preferred a bouncing stadium so that I could tell the players to go out and deal with it, but though we have a different sort of experience instead, the quality of the opponent is still really high so we will have enough of a challenge.”Faced with a few midfield regulars out with injury for the games in Croatia and then, a week on Monday, in Spain, Southgate took the opportunity to bring in some new young faces, with Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho the most intriguing selection. Formerly on Manchester City’s books the 18‑year‑old, who was part of England’s Under-17 World Cup success last year, has prospered after moving to the Bundesliga to find playing time.Sancho is already highly rated in Germany and probably ripe for a full England debut rather than merely an opportunity to gain experience with the seniors, though ahead of him is a young winger still at Manchester City. All Raheem Sterling has to do, according to Southgate, is to add goals to his game. “Raheem’s level of performance has been good, all that is missing is the finishing,” the manager said. “If he had scored a couple in the summer everyone would be viewing his tournament in a much more positive way. He has started the season well with City and should feel good about what he is doing. Share on WhatsApp Share via Email Read more Announcing Gareth Southgate’s contract extension this week, the FA chief executive, Martin Glenn, acknowledged the England manager had come in rather quietly. “In the past we have always been looking for a messiah,” he said. “We turned to Gareth for different reasons but he has been the one to take us forward.”This might position Southgate quite neatly as the anti-messiah, yet it still leads to a certain amount of expectation. Glenn kept emphasising the need for consistency, mentioning that England ought to be reaching semi-finals more regularly if not winning tournaments in the near future, and it is a pressure the manager readily accepts.“We’ve got an exciting group of players coming through, in some cases players who have actually won World Cups at youth level,” Southgate said. “One thing we always said to our junior teams is that we should strive to be in the later stages of tournaments, the finals if possible, because those are the games where you learn the most. Gareth Southgate takes leap of faith with England boys’ brigade Share on Pinterest Croatia Share on Messenger Reuse this content
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 20, 2017 – Nassau – Representatives of the Bahamas Maritime Authority and of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China met during a recent courtesy call on the Minister of Transport and Local Government, the Hon. Frankie Campbell, third right, at the Ministry.Pictured, from left: Retired Commodore Davy Rolle, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Bahamas Maritime Authority; Ying Qu, First Secretary, Economic and Commercial Counselor’s Office of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas; Lorraine Armbrister, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transport and Local Government; His Excellency Huang Qinguo, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas; Minister Campbell; Denise Lewis-Johnson, Chairman, Bahamas Maritime Authority; and Peter John Goulandris, Deputy Chairman, Bahamas Maritime Authority.(BIS Photo/Eric Rose) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has no doubts that Christian Pulisic will quickly adapt to Premier League football and thrive at ChelseaThe Blues signed the highly-rated Pulisic in a €64m deal this month and have loaned him back to Dortmund for the remainder of this season.Since arriving at Signal Iduna Park in 2015, Pulisic has grown into one of the most exciting young prospects for both European football and the United States.Therefore, Zorc has no doubts that the 20-year-old winger will prove to be a success in the Premier League.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“He’s a lad who comes with that typically American self-confidence,” Zorc told ESPN.“Many of his characteristics will help him in England where everything is just little bit more intense than in the Bundesliga.“He has the pace, he’s got the dribbling, he wants to get ahead at all costs. I don’t know a single reason why he wouldn’t make it there.”Dortmund are currently training in Marbella, Spain, ahead of their return to Bundesliga action from the winter break on January 19 away to RB Leipzig.
During 2008, RDA says it published 92 magazines—50 global editions of Reader’s Digest and 42 specialty magazines including Everyday with Rachael Ray and Taste of Home. According to first half Publisher’s Information Bureau figures, Reader’s Digest magazine reported a 14.9 percent decline in ad pages and $130.5 million in estimated ad revenue, down 22.8 percent. Meanwhile, ad pages at Every Day with Rachael Ray were up 15.4 percent and ad revenue was up 51.1 percent to $49.5 million.RDA’s portfolio of Web sites generate 18 million unique visitors and 250 million page views per month, the company says. Most of that comes from Allrecipes.com, which had an average of 11 million unique visitors per month. The Reader’s Digest Association posted an operating loss of $337 million for fiscal 2008, according to a 10-K report it filed recently with the Securities Exchange Commission. That’s down significantly from the operating loss of $35 million it reported for the same period in 2007.RDA attributes the loss, in part, to $307.2 million in “goodwill and intangible impairment charges” during the period related to its school and educational services division.According to the report, RDA’s fiscal 2008 net revenue was $2.78 billion, up about 40 percent from $1.07 billion last year. More than half its revenue came from its international division, which is includes RD Europe, RD Asia Pacific, and RD Canada and Latin America. Net revenue from its U.S. business segment (formerly Reader’s Digest North America) was down $21 million during fiscal 2008.RDA, according to the report, carries about $2.1 billion in long term debt (RDA was acquired in March 2007 by Ripplewood Holdings). The company’s total liabilities and stockholder equity is $3.96 billion.
Condé Nast’s much-beloved Domino magazine, which closed in 2009, is making a return to market as a special edition, called Domino Quick Fixes, set to hit newsstands in April. The one-off issue will sell for $10.00 through July 16 of this year.A second special edition is in the works for fall, though no further plans have been made.The magazine, launched in April 2005, carried a ratebase of 850,000. During the first half of 2008, its total circulation was at 1.12 million, according to ABC. While ad pages fell 4.1 percent in 2008, ad revenue was up 24.3 percent to $60 million, according to Publishers Information Bureau figures. The closing of Domino sparked an outcry among readers. In 2010, Domino was cited as a “most missed” magazine among 33 percent of respondents to a poll from FOLIO: sister publication min.The Domino Facebook page has been active since the title’s shuttering; news of the special edition garnered more than 1,000 “likes,” 359 shares and 165 comments from followers. Domino’s previous post on the page is from January 2009, announcing the magazine’s folding, and has been drawing comments ever since. Last week, a user wrote, “I’ve kept almost every issue and everyone in my family knows not to touch them. Please bring back this magazine! I’ll work for you for free.” Why now is the time to breathe life into this dormant title is not immediately clear, but the timing may suggest increasing confidence in the shelter category. Condé Nast’s Architectural Digest saw an 18.4 percent bump in newsstand sales in the second-half 2011 over the same period 2010, according to ABC’s most recent FAS FAX report. Hearst’s House Beautiful and Meredith’s Traditional Home also saw gains in single copy sales, at 1.4 percent and 4.5 percent respectively. Retail sales for Dwell fell 2 percent, compared to a 5.4 percent drop at Elle Decor.More on this topic House & Garden to Fold Editor Leaves Portfolio Paul Jowdy Named Vice President, Publisher of Every Day With Rachael Ray Some Ad Agencies Realizing ‘You Don’t Have to Buy Conde Nast’ Domino Falls, and Shelter Magazines Run for Cover Obama Shatters Newsstand Ceiling for TimeJust In Bonnier Corp. Terminates Editor-in-Chief for Ethics Breach BabyCenter Sold to Ziff Davis Parent J2 Media | News & Notes Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the Move TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the Move Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media ConsultantPowered by
DURHAM, NH — The following Wilmington students have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the spring 2019 semester:Highest HonorsAndrew AlmediaDaniella AlmeidaAbigail ChaseMolly O’SheaHigh HonorsChristina AmatoNatalie MedrosAndrew MurrayJustin TrevisaniRyan WilliamsHonorsAvery AndersenHolly DoyleJoseph HydornThomas MageeJoseph RebeiroStudents named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire are students who have earned recognition through their superior scholastic performance during a semester enrolled in a full-time course load (12 or more graded credits). Highest honors are awarded to students who earn a semester grade point average of 3.85 or better out of a possible 4.0. Students with a 3.65 to 3.84 average are awarded high honors and students whose grade point average is 3.5 through 3.64 are awarded honors.About The University of New HampshireThe University of New Hampshire is a flagship research university that inspires innovation and transforms lives in our state, nation and world. More than 16,000 students from all 50 states and 71 countries engage with an award-winning faculty in top ranked programs in business, engineering, law, liberal arts and the sciences across more than 200 programs of study. UNH’s research portfolio includes partnerships with NASA, NOAA, NSF and NIH, receiving more than $100 million in competitive external funding every year to further explore and define the frontiers of land, sea and space.(NOTE: The above announcement is from the University of New Hampshire via Merit.)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 firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related11 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At UNHIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 3 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At Saint Anselm CollegeIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At North Shore Community CollegeIn “Education”
Detective Branch of police produces Shahidul Alam, who was picked up by plainclothes men earlier, before a Dhaka court Monday. Photo: Shuvra Kanti DasThe High Court has asked the government to conduct a fresh medical check-up of renowned photographer Shahidul Alam, now on a seven-day remand, reports UNB.An HC bench of justice Syed Muhammad Dastagir Husain and justice Md Iqbal Kabir passed the order on Thursday after receiving a report on his physical health.The HC asked the home secretary to submit a health report within Monday to the relevant trial court.Lawyer Sara Hossain who argued for Shahidul said the report of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on the medical checkup of the noted photographer mentioned that his physical condition is sound. “But nothing is mentioned about his mental health.”She also said the lower court order placing Shahidul Alam on remand was not in line with the guideline of the High Court.The section 2 (6) of the act stipulates : “Torture means any physical or psychological torture that hurts, in addition to following acts a) Extorting any information or confession from the person or any other person; b) Punishing any suspected person or any offender; c) Intimidating any person or any other person through him; d) Any work done on a discriminatory basis, in each case, act done with someone’s provocation, with someone’s consent or by dint of the power of any government officer or government power.”The High Court on Tuesday asked the authorities concerned to send Shahidul Alam to BSMMU for his treatment and also asked the relevant authorities to form a medical board to examine his health and submit a report on his health condition on Thursday.In compliance with the order, the BSMMU authorities placed a report before it on Thursday.On Sunday night, detectives detained Drik Gallery managing director Shahidul Alam, also chairman of Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, from his Dhanmondi residence following his Facebook posts on the student protest demanding road safety.On Monday, he was shown arrested in a case filed under Section 57 of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act accusing him of spreading propaganda and false information through social media and electronic media.Dhaka additional chief metropolitan magistrate Asaduzzaman Nur placed Shahidul Alam on a seven-day remand for interrogation in a case filed under the ICT Act on the day.