Sourabh bows out of US Open after losing in semifinal

first_imgFullerton (USA): India’s campaign at the US Open badminton tournament ended after Sourabh Verma lost his men’s singles semifinal match to Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk of Thailand here on Sunday. The world no. 43 Sourabh lost 9-21 18-21 against the Thai shuttler in a contest that lasted just 39 minutes. Sourabh struggled in the first game but gave a tough fight in the second before losing in straight games. Other Indians in the fray — Parupalli Kashyap, HS Prannoy, Ajay Jayaram and Lakshya Sen — had bowed out of the tournament earlier.last_img

Lord of Jazz who gave up greatness for God

first_imgIt’s difficult to get a question through to Braz Gonsalves these days. Age has caught up with one of India’s greatest jazz musicians at 85 and the man whose music was once described by connoisseurs, “as the kind which rears and sways before eventually striking the listener like a serpent”, struggles to catch up with questions asked of him. Questions like, what really were some of the most inspirational moments of his life and music. But when he hears the word, music, he reels off stories of his tours in Europe in the 1980s, with Louis Banks and Pam Crain. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainBorn in Portuguese-held Goa in 1934 in a small village called Neura near Panjim (now Panaji), Gonsalves also credits his early days in the local Church for first stoking his musical genius. “My early inspiration was during the days when I was raised in Goa was my Church. I learnt music in my parish. Music then was largely Georgian and bordered around religious chants,” Gonsalves said. The jazz great now lives in Porvorim, near the state capital, best known for the inharmonious symphony of honking cars and trucks as they zip along the National Highway-66 that cuts through the concretised locales of the suburb. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardIn the colonial era and some years after, the local Church was the breeding ground for Goan musicians of the Catholic faith. Cut off from the Indian mainland and its music, a Goan Catholic lad in all likelihood, knew more about a Bach piece than a classic S D Burman song, Gonsalves acknowledges. “Those days we did not have any Hindi, Konkani music or English music,” he said. He left Goa as a teenager to pursue his career as a musician. After a brief pit-stop as a musician in a circus band, he plunged headlong into the wild partying oases of Calcutta and Bombay of the 1970s. In the late evenings the veritable ring masters of these stylish clubs were the musicians who made the crowds sway and turn on the notes they belted out. Soon, Gonsalves became the toast of Hotel Astoria in Bombay for his exemplary rendition on tenor, alto and soprano saxophones. What made Gonsalves’ music special? According to Naresh Fernandes, author of the popular treatise on Bombay’s tryst with jazz, it was his spirit of innovation. “Braz, in addition to being a virtuoso on his instruments, is one of the most innovative jazz musicians India has ever produced. He found inspiration in a variety of sources and was mixing Indian influences with jazz long before this became popular.” “His melodic and harmonic explorations are astonishingly sophisticated, and his gospel compositions have a joyous serenity. Most of all, Braz brings his listeners, delight,” he added. His fame as well as his company of other legends of his time like Louis Banks and Pam Crain took him around India as well as Europe, which he says were some of his most memorable moments, pioneering Indo-Jazz fusion. But it was on a cold night in Munich in the early 1980s, that Gonsalves, who according to Indian jazz connoisseurs was on the cusp of greatness then, stumbled into the warm embrace of the Lord. All it took was a fall on a patch of slippery ice, which broke his hand and in a way welded him o the arms of God. A flash of light he says, seared through him, moments after the fall, which altered his mind and made Gonsalves rededicate himself to God. Gonsalves gave up a professional career spanning over two decades as a jazz exponent and dedicated himself to the Church and gospel singing groups. Not that he gave up playing the reed instrument altogether. He continued to play for church groups and occasionally did perform on a public stage like he did in Goa in 2011. Some years back, he was conferred recognition by the state government for his contribution to art and culture. Gonsalves now expects his grandson Jarryd, to pursue the legacy and belt out unbridled joy on the sax. “Jarryd has taken up playing jazz. He is in Bombay (Mumbai) now and is playing very well. But he has to keep on going. There is no end of learning. He will take my legacy forward,” he concluded.last_img read more

Feds paid on high end for Trans Mountain pipeline spending watchdog says

first_imgOTTAWA — Canada’s parliamentary budget watchdog says the Liberal government paid the “sticker price” when it bought the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan for $4.5 billion.Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux estimates the Trans Mountain pipeline and planned expansion project are worth between $3.6 billion and $4.6 billion.This means government’s purchase price of $4.5 billion was on the high end of the project’s total calculated value.Giroux also estimates expanding the pipeline’s capacity will cost $9.3 billion if the project is completed by Dec. 31, 2021.He warns any construction delays or increases in costs would reduce the value of the project and its resale value, meaning the government could have overpaid for the pipeline.The government bought the pipeline from Kinder Morgan in August after political opposition to expanding the pipeline between Alberta and the B.C. coast gave the company and its investors cold feet.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

German appointed as judge on UN war crimes tribunal for former Yugoslavia

In an exchange of letters made public today, Ambassador Le Luong Minh of Viet Nam, which held the Council presidency last month, said he had consulted the 15-member panel and it had backed the appointment of Mr. Flügge to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).Mr. Flügge, 61, will replace Judge Wolfgang Schomburg, also of Germany, who has resigned from the ICTY, effective 18 November.The incoming judge has a lengthy professional history that includes a stint as a criminal judge in Berlin between 1983 and 1989. Most recently he has served as an expert in criminal matters for the Council of Europe and for the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation, specializing in reform of the prison system in Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Estonia and Lithuania. 5 August 2008Christoph Flügge has been appointed to serve on the United Nations war crimes tribunal dealing with the worst offences committed during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s after the Security Council indicated its support for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s intention to select the German jurist. read more

Myanmar UN helps Government devise disaster mitigation plans

A senior United Nations official arrived in Myanmar today to help the Government devise measures to reduce the impact of natural disasters through early warning systems and other steps in a country where an estimated 140,000 people were killed and 2.4 million others affected by Cyclone Nargis in 2008.“Myanmar is one of the most disaster-affected countries in Asia,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction Margareta Wahlström said in a statement issued ahead of her visit.“It has been hit by six major cyclones in the last 40 years and is also vulnerable to multiple hazards such as floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides and forest fires.“UNISDR is willing to assist in whatever way we can to help the country reduce its risk which is fundamental to inclusive economic growth and poverty alleviation, which are part of the new government’s reform agenda,” she added, referring to UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, which she heads.“UNISDR is supporting Myanmar in making disaster risk reduction a national and local priority for all citizens through engagement with the new National Disaster Preparedness Committee on developing law and regulations for disaster management and disaster risk reduction,” Ms. Wahlström added.“I am looking forward to hearing how the responses to Cyclone Giri last year and the Shan State earthquake in March this year benefitted from the many lessons learned from Cyclone Nargis especially in early warning, preparedness and response.”Giri, a category four cyclone, killed at least 45 people and affected 260,000 others when it struck Myanmar last October, and three months later UN humanitarian agencies reported that key challenges remained, including inadequate shelter, food insecurity and lack of livelihoods.Ms. Wahlström is due to visit areas that were affected by Nargis. 12 October 2011A senior United Nations official arrived in Myanmar today to help the Government devise measures to reduce the impact of natural disasters through early warning systems and other steps in a country where an estimated 140,000 people were killed and 2.4 million others affected by Cyclone Nargis in 2008. read more

Markets update

On the markets at 10:00 a.m. (ET):In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was up 32.64 points to 15,889.86.The Dow Jones industrial average was up 28.42 points to 23,357.05.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was up 1.51 points to 2,576.72.The Nasdaq composite index was down 1.53 points to 6,627.52.The Canadian dollar was trading at 79.10 cents US, down from Friday’s average price of 79.36 cents US.

Ditch the gnomes pieces of Canterbury Cathedral sold off as garden sculptures

first_imgThe Great South Window from inside Chunks of carved medieval masonry from the cathedral’s Great South Window, removed as part of one of the biggest restoration projects of its kind ever undertaken in Europe, are being sold off to raise funds for future repairs.The world famous 52ft window, which depicts the Biblical ancestors of Christ, had to be almost completely rebuilt at a cost of £2.5 million after serious structural problems were identified following a fall of stone seven years ago. We are about to reach that time when we can see again the stone which has the appearance of being weightless and will again let light flood back into the buildingHeather Newton, the cathedral’s Head of Conservation glass In situ: the window seen from the south stone south window window Work is finally nearing completion, with the new stone structure in place and the medieval glass being painstakingly reinserted.  The original stonework, most of it dating from the early 15th Century, is being sold in 140 separate lots. Because they are so unusual, auctioneers have not set a guide price.center_img Restoration work is nearing completion “It is very exciting to know that we are about to reach that time when we can see again the stone which has the appearance of being weightless and will again let light flood back into the building,” said Heather Newton, the cathedral’s Head of Conservation.“The rebuilding has been an incredible experience to be part of. We have learned so much and we have been able to share that learning with other cathedrals.” As far as unlikely garden features or talking points for the new conservatory go, it is one purchase the Joneses will never be able to keep up with.Members of the public are being offered the chance to buy pieces of Canterbury Cathedral in a unique auction this weekend. The sale has organised by Canterbury Cathedral Trust, the independent charity which supports the cathedral.David Parker, general manager of Canterbury Auction Galleries, said: “This sale is such an historic venture and we are extremely pleased to have the opportunity to be involved.” Much of the carved masonry on sake dates from the 15th Century  The sale, run by Canterbury Auction Galleries, is taking place at the Cathedral Stonemasonry Yard in the city from 2pm on Saturday but potential bidders can also join online through the site www.the-saleroom.com. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Soldiers deployed on streets in race to foil second terror attack after

first_imgIt is the first time Britain has been on maximum terrorist alert since 2007, when a blazing car loaded with gas canisters was driven into Glasgow Airport. A 23-year-old man was arrested in Manchester in connection with the attack and was being questioned.Intelligence experts believe the 
device detonated at a concert by the pop singer Ariana Grande at the Manchester Arena on Monday night was so sophisticated that Abedi must have either been given specialist training abroad or used a bomb made by a technician who has not yet been captured.It emerged that Abedi had travelled to Libya, raising fears he had been trained there and posing questions for the security services on whether he should have been tracked. Police confirmed that an eight-year-old girl was among those killed. Theresa May (L) walks with Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Ian Hopkins President Trump said the bomber and any accomplices were “evil losers in life”. He said: “I won’t call them monsters because they would like that term. I will call them losers.” Explosions at The Manchester Arena on Monday evening Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Up to 5,000 soldiers will be deployed on the streets amid fears that the 
Manchester suicide bomber had accomplices preparing further attacks, Theresa May has announced.For the first time in 10 years, the Prime Minister said the terror threat had been raised to the highest possible level, from 
severe to critical, meaning an attack 
is “expected imminently”. Mrs May also announced that troops would replace police officers at set-piece events including sports venues and concerts.It will be the first time since 2003 – when the Government reacted to a plot to bring down an airliner – that troops are deployed on the streets.With the FA Cup final this weekend, Mrs May acted on the advice of the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre after chairing two meetings of the Cobra emergency committee.Security will also be stepped up at major public events and terrorist targets such as railway stations and airports. Theresa May (L) walks with Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Ian HopkinsCredit:OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images Georgina Callander (left) with Ariana Grande and  Saffie Rose Roussos (right), eightCredit: Abedi is the first terrorist to successfully detonate a suicide bomb in Britain since four al-Qaeda sympathisers killed 52 people in co-ordinated attacks on London in July 2005.The terrorist, the first to specifically target children on British soil, was brought up in Manchester, where he attended a local comprehensive school before studying at Salford University. Georgina Callander (left) with Ariana Grande and  Saffie Rose Roussos (right), eightcenter_img Explosions at The Manchester Arena on Monday eveningCredit:Eamonn and James Clarke Military bomb disposal experts were already involved in the operation on Tuesday when police stormed the house in the Fallowfield area of Manchester where Abedi is believed to have lived with relations. Mrs May said of the attack: “We struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish, but as an opportunity for carnage.“But we can continue to resolve to thwart such attacks in future, to take on and defeat the ideology that often fuels this violence, and if there turn out to be others responsible for this attack, to seek them out and bring them to 
justice.” His family fled Libya to escape Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, but his father moved back there after the fall of Gaddafi during the Arab Spring in 2011.The intelligence services are urgently investigating whether Abedi had links to known extremists in Libya. A number of Libyans who have spent time in Manchester before moving back to north Africa are known to have connections with al-Qaeda and Isil.Air Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, the Chief of the Defence Staff, told the 
Cobra committee he was ready to put armed soldiers on the streets if directed by the Prime Minister. The Russian president Vladimir Putin, China’s President Xi and Germany’s Chancellor Merkel were also among those who sent messages to the Prime Minister.Later this week Mrs May will travel to the G7 summit in Sicily where she will lead discussions on anti-terrorism measures with other leaders. A Downing Street spokesman confirmed the trip will go ahead and that Mrs May will play a major role in sessions about counter-terrorism cooperation. Police raid a house on Elsmore Rd in Fallowfield, South Manchester  Grande has a huge following among young girls and other children are understood to be among the dead. Twelve children were among 59 taken to hospital after the atrocity, for which Isil has claimed responsibility.Mrs May described the bombing as “one of the worst terrorist incidents we have ever experienced in the United Kingdom” and said it “stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice – deliberately targeting innocent, defenceless children and young people who should have been enjoying one 
of the most memorable nights of 
their lives”. Police raid a house on Elsmore Rd in Fallowfield, South Manchester Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke Investigators fear that the British-born bomber Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old of Libyan descent, was part of a wider network of Isil-inspired terrorists, including a bomb-maker, who may still be at large.Special Forces were deployed to Manchester ready to engage in the hunt for accomplices of Abedi, who killed 22 concert-goers in Britain’s worst terrorist atrocity for 12 years.Outlining the increased risk, Mrs May said: “It is a possibility we cannot ignore that there is a wider group of 
individuals linked to this attack.” In other developments:The first victims of the attack were named as Saffie Rose Roussos, eight, Georgina Callander, 18, and John Atkinson, 26; Saffie’s mother, Lisa, is reportedly among those seriously injured in hospital and does not yet know her daughter is among the dead; Vigils for the dead and wounded were held in Manchester and other cities across the UK; The Queen described the attack as “barbaric” in a message of support to the people of Manchester;Campaigning for the election was suspended “until further notice”.Sources confirmed to The Daily Telegraph that Special Forces soldiers had been sent to Manchester on standby to support the police in the hunt for other potential bombers.last_img read more

Britain is among worst in the world for alien invaders survey finds

first_imgAlien species are plants or animals that are non-native (or alien) to an ecosystem and whose introduction is likely to cause harm.International researchers studied data on eight groups of plants and animals across 186 island and 423 mainland regions. We need to be much better at trying to prevent the introduction of species that can be harmful in the first placeDr Wayne Dawson, Durham University The false widow spider is another non-native UK-dwelling speciesCredit:Alamy The survey by Durham University identified islands and mainland coastal countries to be the most likely areas to be colonised by foreign species.The top three locations with the highest numbers of established alien species were the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand’s North Island, and the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia.However, Britain also appears near the top of the list, due in part to the country’s historically high volume of trade.”We need to be much better at trying to prevent the introduction of species that can be harmful in the first place,” said Dr Wayne Dawson of Durham University, UK. “Prevention is better than cure with invasive species.” A dramatic example of an invasive species that has afflicted North America is the Burmese python, which has made a new home in Florida, the top hotspot among coastal mainland regions.In New Zealand, around half the North Island’s established plant life originated elsewhere.”While species have been moved around the globe throughout history, more and more species will be introduced as the world becomes ever more connected, and the human population continues to grow,” said Dr Dawson.In Britain, feral populations of the parakeet found around major urban centres like London, Manchester and Liverpool and are feared to threaten native species.How the birds established a foothold in Britain is surrounded in myth, with some arguing that Jimmy Hendrix released an “Adam and Eve” couple into the wild from Carnaby Street in the 1960s, to others who say it started with the bombing of London Zoo during the Second World War.center_img The UK is among the worst countries in the world for invasions of alien animals and plants, a new global study has found.Grey squirrels, Indian rose-ringed parakeets, and an abundance Himalayan balsam weeds puts Britain in the top 10 per cent of alien-harbouring areas.Experts have called for tougher import controls amid fears that new invaders could ruin domestic ecosystems. False widow spider Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

DDay remembered The triumphs and tears of Normandys fortunate few

Theo Eaves, a 96-year-old RAF Bomber Command veteran, also found himself embraced by strangers. “I like meeting people and having kisses on both cheeks,” he said, “but I also think of all the people who aren’t here to enjoy it.” Pipe Major Trevor Macey-Lillie of the Scots Royal artillery stands on a Mulberry harbour Credit:Getty Charles, Prince of Wales (R) meets veterans after the the Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery Credit:Getty Another veteran present following the liberation of Bayeux was 94-year-old Michael Braine. A sub- lieutenant aboard HMS Waveney on D-Day, he was sent to Bayeux by his superiors to investigate, soon after Allied forces had moved in.After hitching a lift inland aboard a lorry surveying the wreckage of the initial assault, he came across an open bar in the outskirts of the city and toasted the invasion with a glass of Dubonnet.His trip to Normandy is his first for 50 years and, like so many here, is laced with bittersweet memory. The worst relate to the dying and wounded being hauled aboard his ship and calling out for loved ones. The Prince also met a veteran of the Royal Signals and the Parachute Regiment (of which he is commander-in-chief). Wearing a maroon beret and paras tie, Private Arthur Bailey, 95, from Portsmouth, finished off a story he had started telling the Prince the previous day during the national commemorative event on Southsea Common.Aged 19, he landed on Gold Beach at 6pm on D-Day. “I can remember them all shouting out to us on the tannoys,” he said. “They told us: ‘Lads, the ramp is down. Everybody get off the ship. Good luck to you all.'”Many of the final few survivors of the great invasion lied about their age in order to fight. John Cornwall, 92, was 17 when he landed on Gold Beach as a private in the Gloucestershire Regiment. He signed up as a 15-year-old after being rejected by another recruitment office. George Snr was among the first to land on Sword Beach at about 7.35am on D-Day and later helped to build the Mulberry harbours at Arromanches. George calls his great-uncle, who died 18 months ago aged 93, his “war hero”.Because he was wearing his great-uncle’s medals, George was allowed to join the veterans on the traditional walk to the cemetery from an earlier commemorative service at Bayeux Cathedral. At noon, as the cathedral bells tolled, a hushed silence settled over Bayeux cemetery for the commemorative service to begin.During the ceremony, those that could helped each other to their feet to sing I Vow to Thee My Country.Mrs May delivered a reading that was briefly interrupted by a mistimed fly past.After the Prince of Wales laid a wreath at the cross of sacrifice, followed by the Prime Minister, a long line of veterans stretched out to pay their own personal tribute.Following the service the Prince and the Duchess swapped stories with the veterans and listened to their recollections of the landings. George Sayer pays his respects to his great uncle George Sayer in the Cemetery According to the Prince of Wales, it was “probably the last chance to pay everlasting respect” to the veterans of D-Day.If the 75th anniversary does prove to be one last rallying of the troops, whose numbers are rapidly diminishing with age, then the nonagenarians of the Normandy landings certainly made it count with a loud last hurrah.On Thursday evening in Arromanches-les-Bains – the French seaside town made famous as one of the key landing points of the Allied assault – veterans sung war songs, danced, waved flags and toasted with hip flasks filled with Calvados.Their numbers, as the Prince suggested, have dwindled. Around 70 D-Day veterans marched in the parade compared with hundreds in previous years. But on the narrow winding streets of Arromanches, age has dimmed neither gratitude nor memory.As the veterans paraded, backed by the regimental pipes and drums, families shouted “bravo”, clapped their hands and stamped their feet in appreciation of the British troops who liberated them from the Germans. Arromanches even presented its own wreath to veterans “on behalf of a grateful town and country”.One woman embraced 94-year-old William Blount and kissed him on the cheek with a simple “merci”. It was 75 years to the day since Mr Blount, then a Royal Marine gunner, was anchored off Juno Beach loading shells aboard a Landing Craft Gun vessel. “The ship’s company rallied around wonderfully but it was never going to be the same,” he says.Even after all these years some of those present could still not bring themselves to relive whatever horrors they faced on the beaches of Normandy.Royal Marine Norman Ashford, 94, of Coventry, attended the Bayeux service with his granddaughter Emma. Apart from saying that he was the coxswain of a landing craft on Gold Beach, he has never spoken to anyone about his experiences during his two months in Normandy – neither to his wife nor his fellow veterans. “Three of us agreed that we would only ever talk about it when the time comes… and it hasn’t come yet,” he said.Their triumphs, like their tragedies, they will carry to the bitter end. William Blount, 94 Credit:Eddie Mulholland There was no prouder standard bearer of the wartime generation than six-year-old George Sayer, who arrived at Bayeux wearing the beret and hat of his great uncle of the same name. Pipe Major Trevor Macey-Lillie of the Scots Royal artillery stands on a Mulberry harbour  George Sayer pays his respects to his great uncle George Sayer in the CemeteryCredit:Paul Grover Amid the kitsch and swirling skirts, the sorrow of war was ever-present.Late in the afternoon, 95-year-old Frank Baugh walked down the main town promenade of Arromanches, puffed chest glinting with medals. One such encounter was with a man who worked with his grandfather, George VI. Alfred Hicks, 94, from Dorset, told him how he had spent time filming the King while working in a Royal Air Force film unit based at Pinewood Studios.”So you knew my grandfather. I never really knew him,” replied the Prince, who was three when George VI died in February 1952. Earlier in the day, he had addressed a crowd including the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Prime Minister, Theresa May, at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Bayeux.On D-Day, the Royal Navy signalman was tasked with transporting 200 troops of 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry from Newhaven to Sword Beach. On the way they received a direct hit, meaning the men had to jump into four feet of water.”We were talking moments before but they were cut down by machine guns,” he said. “They fell into the water, floating face down, and we couldn’t get them out. That is my abiding memory and I can’t forget it.”Three men from the unit killed that day are buried in Bayeux, among more than 4,100 other Normandy veterans. Speaking after the ceremony, Mr Baugh admitted it took him 65 years to return to Normandy. On Thursday he was surrounded by 11 family members. “It is important to pass on the experience to the next generation,” he said. Hundreds of replica military vehicles shipped over to Normandy were parked on the beach, which still hosts the rusting remnants of a D-Day landing craft.Throughout the day those well-trod wartime songs, White Cliffs of Dover and We’ll Meet Again, so entrenched in the culture of this town, echoed from pavement cafes and bars.Len Cox, a D-Day veteran of the 56th Brigade, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, gave an impromptu dance performance to crowds vying for a photograph. “In the early days I used to jitterbug,” he said. “Nowadays I couldn’t get down on my knees like I used to or I’d probably never get up.” An RAF DC-3 Dakota and Spitfire in operational D-Day livery made three fly-pasts to rapturous applause from an audience including Penny Mordaunt, the Defence Secretary; Tobias Ellwood, the defence minister; and General Lord Dannatt, the former head of the Army.As the afternoon sun dipped and veterans linked arms to sing Auld Lang Syne, the Red Arrows roared overhead, painting the sky red, white and blue.A day of celebrations and commemorations started at 6.26am (BST), the exact minute the first British troops landed on the beaches of Normandy in June 1944.Pipe Major Trevor Macey-Lillie performed from the top of a concrete section of the Mulberry harbour constructed by the Allies. Charles, Prince of Wales (R) meets veterans after the the Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery  William Blount, 94 “They chose youngsters to make the assault because we were the right age to take on a job like that,” he said.Mr Cornwall was part of the liberation of Bayeux and recalls scenes similar to those on the streets of Arromanches last night: “When we arrived people were waving flags, cheering and handing us drinks.”Three weeks later he was injured in a shell blast that reduced his left leg to two inches shorter than the other. Still, he counts himself among the fortunate ones. “One of the lads shot himself later,” he recalls. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Warwick viceChancellor apologises for universitys handling of rape group chat scandal

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. The report also said that there was a “profoundly unsatisfactory outcome for almost every single person involved”.The review recommends that in future complaints of this nature are dealt with by more specialist investigators.Earlier this year it emerged that the Russell Group university was forced to suspend its annual fund-raising drive after former students contacted for donations expressed their anger at its handling of case.Prof Croft said: “We made mistakes in our handling of the situation, including in how we communicated with the victims and with our community.”We wholeheartedly apologise. Everyone has the right to feel safe on campus. Sexual misconduct or harassment of any kind is completely unacceptable.” Warwick University’s vice-Chancellor has apologised over the institution’s handling of the Facebook rape group chat scandal.Prof Stuart Croft said the university has overhauled its disciplinary procedures following the backlash from students, staff and alumni over the incident and its aftermath.The admission came after an independent review published on Wednesday found the incident had left a “legacy of mistrust” at the university.Students had shared messages encouraging other members to rape their female peers at the university and also used anti-Semitic and racist language in a Facebook private message group chat last year.It emerged after the investigation that two of worst perpetrators, who were initially given ten-year bans from campus, had had their sentences reduced on appeal to one year.Victims of the chat learnt of the university’s change of heart through the press. It was then announced  that they had volunteered to discontinue their studies. The independent review, carried out by Dr Sharon Persaud, noted that the university’s initial investigation was carried out by its director of press and media.There was a “general sense” the university “had been more concerned with its own reputational interests than in a fair or just assessment of the case”, according to the review. read more

Game shooting industry returns fire at Chris Packhams Wild Justice

“For example, shoots maintain 25,000 hectares of cover crops which provide important sources of food and shelter for songbirds particularly during the winter and shoots actively manage 500,000 hectares of woodland and 100,000 hectares of copses for the benefit of the environment”Wild Justice has already challenged Natural England over general licences to kill “pest” wild bird species.It led Natural England to revoke three general licences, prompting anger from gamekeepers and farmers, with Packham being targeted with dead birds hung from his gate. The group claims the numbers of captive reared pheasants and partridges being released have increased about 10-fold in the last 45 years and are not regulated by the Government, with more paperwork needed to reintroduce native British species as part of conservation plans than gamebirds. They also raised concerns about the impact the birds have on native species of plants, insects and other creatures they feed on, and the large amount of prey and carrion they cause when killed on roads or in other ways.But Tom Adams, MD of the British Game Alliance said their plans are highly problematic for rural people.“Such ludicrous ideas would be the end of shooting, a community that puts £2.5 billion back into the UK economy and creates 75,000 jobs,” he said.“The ramifications of what Wild Justice are suggesting for rural people and the land managed for shooting would be cataclysmic.”Ms Bedell added: “This is another extremist attack on shooting by those associated with the League Against Cruel Sports that ignores the well-documented evidence of the benefits of shooting to conservation and the wider environment.“The Code of Good Shooting Practice, which sets out the framework for sustainable shooting, includes reference to Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust research which sets out figures for sustainable game bird releasing that do not damage the environment.“Studies show that well-managed shooting is of benefit to the environment and conservation organisations and the government have acknowledged the benefit of shooting to the environment.  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Chris Packham Chris Packham is attempting to strangle the game shooting industry with his latest legal challenge, campaigners have said.Wildlife campaign group Wild Justice is planning to sue the Government over “failures” to assess the impacts of releasing non-native gamebirds for shooting.But the plans have been branded an “extremist attack” on the game industry, that will have “cataclysmic” effects.The group’s latest challenge to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) over what it claims are failures to assess the impacts on conservation sites of releasing tens of millions of non-native pheasants and red-legged partridges into the countryside by the shooting industry, will squeeze the economy, according to campaigners.“Shooting influences 14 million hectares of rural land management and almost two million hectares are actively managed for conservation. It is estimated that shooting provides for 3.9 million work days being spent on conservation each year, which is the equivalent of 16,000 full-time conservation jobs,” Caroline Bedell, BASC’s executive director of conservation said.“Without driven shooting the rural environment, and our economy, would be significantly poorer.”Wild Justice said it aims to force Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Defra to assess the impacts of non-native gamebirds on native wildlife. Chris PackhamCredit:PA read more

Surveillance video released of Family Dollar armed robbery

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – New surveillance video footage has been released of an armed robbery at a Miami Family Dollar, Wednesday.Police are using the video in hopes of catching a man who approached the counter and demanded the cashier empty the register into a bag.The robbery took place at the Family Dollar on the corner of Northeast 54th Street and North Miami Avenue.The armed robber took off in a gray Ford Mustang.If you have any information on this armed robbery, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Soldotna Continues Work On Marijuana Site Regulations

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna Planning and Zoning Commission held the second of multiple work sessions to discuss zoning for marijuana businesses in Soldotna city limits, on Wednesday, December 6th. The moratorium was set to end on January 1, 2018, but the council recently passed an ordinance to extend the moratorium until February in order to have the necessary regulations in place. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-SOldotna-work-on-marijuana.mp3VmJennifer-on-SOldotna-work-on-marijuana.mp300:00RPd In September, the council voted against making the previous moratorium on marijuana businesses within Soldotna city limits permanent. John Czarnezki, Soldotna City Planner: “The Planning Commision is really looking at land use issues. They are not going to cover things like taxes, the number of licenses, or on site-consumption only land use.”center_img Czarnezki: “The City Council will review that extension at their meeting next week, Wednesday, and will make that official of a 45 day extension of the moratorium. This will give us a little bit of extra time to craft ordinances and regulations for marijuana.” The P&Z Commision will be putting a recommendation in front of the Soldotna City Council to extend the moratorium on marijuana businesses until February 15, 2018. At their meeting on December 13, the council will vote on an ordinance to extend the current moratorium until February 15.last_img read more

Williams Brings Championship Savvy to Wise in First Season as Coach

first_imgBy Mark F. Gray, AFRO Staff Writer, mgray@afro.comWhether he’s leading a team of a private school or guiding what has become one of the now storied high school public basketball programs in the D.M.V., Wise first year head coach Lou Williams keeps on winning at a championship level.  As Williams, the former Riverdale Baptist head coach, stewards this edition of the Pumas they are once again a threat to win a state championship.“It’s been very good for me to get them to perform at the level they are playing at right now,” Williams told the AFRO. “But I’m still looking for the right combinations and we still haven’t played our best basketball yet this year.”Caption: Caption: Wise HS head coach Lou Wilson has the Pumas hoping to make another run at the P.G. County and MD State 4-A Championships. (Courtesy Photo)Wise has the look of a team that is poised to make another run at a Maryland state AAAA basketball championship. Before their loss to Eleanor Roosevelt in the Prince George’s County Coaches Challenge the Pumas won 11 of their first 13 games behind a group of veteran leaders who are leading by example and productivity.In a victory over Bowie, two seniors forwards led them by combining for 29 points and 16 rebounds.  Joel Webb scored 16 points and grabbed rebounds while their sharpshooter Gabriel Arnold added 16 points and 8 boards and four assists.That win, however, was the example that will make them a challenge when the playoff season commences at the end of February.  Wilson has blended Wise’s talent and teamwork into a cohesive unit that understands the intangibles necessary to be a championship squad. While Arnold and Webb put them in a position to win, junior Kejuan Frager was the difference maker.Frager converted a four-point play with seven seconds remaining for Wise to escape with a 62-60 win.  The dynamic senior duo scored almost half of their points, but the depth of the Pumas roster is what gave them an edge for the stretch run in that game.However, the rest of the Prince George’s County is not intimidated by the stature of the Wise program.  The Pumas have become one of the biggest pelts to add on everyone’s schedule and get the other team’s best shot each time they take to the floor.  Last weekend’s game versus Bowie in the Coaches Challenge showcase proved that.Despite another brilliant effort by Webb, the Eagles shocked Wise and beat them 72-71.  Webb finished with 17 points and 14 rebounds with sophomore guard Daemon Ford adding 16 points and four assists.  Despite scoring 12 points, Arnold wasn’t a factor on the glass finishing with only two rebounds.  Frager, whose late heroics saved them in their previous game, was hampered by foul trouble and scored only three points.Weather delays continue to plague the scheduling of these high school teams throughout the D.M.V. Normally there are fewer games down the stretch that allow for extended practice time to get ready for the playoffs.  However, that’s not the case for Wise this year, who face another scheduling setback that will force them to compact a series of tough games against 4-A opponents before heading into the County and ultimately the state’s postseason tournaments.The Pumas still have two more games on their schedule against Eleanor Roosevelt, which are never easy.  Wise plays at least eight games in 20 days during the last month of the regular season which could become even more compacted depending what role the weather will play in rescheduling regular season games.“I’m from the old school and I still believe if you’re a well trained athlete, fatigue shouldn’t affect your ability to perform on the court,” Williams said.  “We won’t buy into using the fact we’re tired as an excuse.”last_img read more

Qantas B787 order changed…again

first_imgFollowing a string of delays and changes to its original orders for Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Qantas Airways announced it would receive its first B787 two years earlier than expected.“[T]he B787, with its new technologies and improved fuel efficiency, is still very much the right aircraft – for both Qantas and Jetstar,” Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce said.In a move that will rewrite international and domestic strategies of both Qantas and its low cost carrier, the delivery of the new B787, originally destined for Qantas, will now go to Jetstar for its international operations.Jetstar will then give its A330-200s to Qantas, enabling Qantas to better service its domestic market amid growing competition, reported the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation.With Tiger Airways’ plans to grow capacity and Virgin Blue’s plans to add premium travel to its services, the early receipt of the B787s will allow Qantas to focus on the domestic market, said the Centre. “We will…have the capability to maintain and grow our share of the Australian market,” Mr Joyce said. “The phased delivery of 50 B787s will deliver lower operating and maintenance costs,” he added.The B787-8 series can travel more than 15,700 kilometres and burns 20 per cent less fuel than other planes, assets which would help Qantas’s plans to expand its network. “[The B787] will be ideal for point-to-point flying on medium density routes, both short and long haul and will allow Jetstar to move into southern Europe as well as build on its Asian network.“It will also be suitable for Qantas services into Asia, and even for high traffic routes on Qantas’ domestic network.”All plans ride on the sustained growth of the market and Boeing meeting its production forecasts, two factors which have previously delayed Qantas’ B787 strategies. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/29b78/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G.Alast_img read more

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