Brothers of slain jawan Aurangzeb join Army in Jammu

first_imgTwo brothers of slain jawan Aurangzeb who was abducted and killed by militants in south Kashmir on June 14 last year joined the Army on Monday in Rajouri district. Mohammad Tariq and Muhammad Shabir, sons of Mohammad Hanif, residents of Saloni village of Mendhar, attended the recruitment rally at Rajouri’s Surankote area, according to the Army. “Both brothers of Aurangzeb attended the enrolment parade held in Rajouri’ Territorial Army headquarters on Monday. Both were recruited,” an Army official said. Aurangzeb, who belonged to the Army’s 44 Rashtriya Rifles, was kidnapped in Pulwama when he was on the way home to celebrate Id on June 14 last year. His body was found in an orchard later. He was shot dead by militants and the execution was videographed. He was later accorded the Shourya Chakra. Aurangzeb’s father joined the BJP during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kashmir in February this year.last_img read more

Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2 pm over ruckus on black money

first_imgThe upper house of Parliament was Monday adjourned till 2 p.m., after opposition members raised a ruckus over black money.Besides the Rajya Sabha, the Lok Sabha was also adjourned for the second time, this time till 2 p.m., after opposition members raised a ruckus over the violence in Assam and its echoes in Mumbai.Shiv Sena member Anant Geete raised the issue of Saturday’s violence in Mumbai that claimed two lives and left over 50 people injured. The Shiv Sena demanded a statement from the government. Congress member Sanjay Nirupam countered Geete by saying that the government was taking action.Speaker Meira Kumar adjourned the house till 2 p.m. amid uproarious scenes.Earlier, the house was adjourned till 12 noon after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members demanded that black money stashed abroad be brought back.Speaker Meira Kumar adjourned the house after BJP members refused to allow proceedings to be run and rushed to the Speaker’s podium.The Upper house witnessed BJP’s agitation on the issue as yoga guru Baba Ramdev has threatened a “revolution” unless the government brings back black money stashed abroad.With Agency inputslast_img read more

Kanche: Audio of the war-drama to be released on September 17

first_imgThe audio of forthcoming Telugu romantic war drama Kanche, which stars Varun Tej and Pragya Jaiswal in the lead, will be unveiled here on September 17.The team zeroed in on Vishakhapatnam as the location to release the audio because the city has a unique connection with World War II era.ALSO READ: Laths Hegde to play the lead in Telugu remake of Maan Karate “The city was the target of a Japanese air raid and a number of bombs were dropped on the port city, to target Allied warships. A bomb failed to explode and it is still present in a museum in Visakhapatnam. The team, therefore, selected the city for the audio launch,” read a statement.Kanche is set against the backdrop of World War II, with Varun playing the role of an Indian soldier in the British army. The film, which is slated for worldwide release on October 2, has music by Chirantan Bhatt. ALSO READ:  Ilaiyaraaja, Philharmonia Symphony Orchestra together for Rudhramadevi songs Jagarlamudi Sai Babu and Rajiv Reddy have produced the film on First Frame Entertainments banner. The audio album will be released through Aditya Music.last_img read more

SPORT-ISL-ATK 2 LAST

first_imgATK this time have retained seven players in the ATK this time have retained seven players in the foreigners roster including their marquee recruit Postiga but have made wholesale changes to the Indians line-up and have a new coach in Spanish World Cupper Jose Molina who has succeeded the ISL-winning Antonio Habas. “Molina is obviously different to Habas and you have to adapt to formations and style of play. Different coaches have different philosophy. You have to adapt and thats football,” Hume said on the sidelines of their theme song launch. “Its exciting times for the players and the coach. We are going to do everything to entertain, but we have to get results. If we can get results then fine, and if we can do it with a bit of flair and a bit if Spanish football charm it will be a really good season.” Team co-owner Sanjiv Goenka along with Postiga and Hume earlier launched their team title track “Aamer Bukey ATK” (ATK in my heart). “This is the best team in last three years. Hope we will do better this time and Postiga will be available for all 14 games,” Goenka said. The inaugural edition champions kick off their campaign against holders Chennaiyin FC at the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium on October 2. The ATK Squad: Goalkeepers: Debjit Majumdar, Shilton Paul, Dani Mallo (Spain). Defenders: Pritam Kotal, Prabir Das, Robert Lalthlamuana, Kingshuk Debnath, Arnab Mondal, Tiri (Spain), Pablo Gallardo (Spain), Keegan Pereira. Midfielders: Lalrindika Ralte, Bikash Jairu, Bikramjit Singh, Jewel Raja, Bidyananda Singh, Borja Fernandez (Spain), Otentse Nato (Botswana), Sameehg Doutie (South Africa), Stephen Pearson (Scotland), Javi Lara (Spain), Abhinash Ruidas. Forwards: Iain Hume (Canada), Helder Postiga (Portugal), Juan Belencoso (Spain). PTI TAP PDS PDSadvertisementlast_img read more

India in South Africa: Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane dropped, can he bounce back?

first_imgAjinkya Rahane made his ODI debut a good two years before his Test initiation but it didn’t take long for the cricket world to bookmark his real worth only for Test cricket. His ODI career soon became a stop-start exercise and Rahane has of late been confined to being a fill in for any injury vacancy at the top.Much the same way, even in Test cricket, they say his real value is more pronounced in overseas conditions. At home, new India has enough stroke players to smother the spin.Ironically in his extra push to master foreign conditions, Rahane’s home stretch was marred so badly, he averaged 3.4 in five innings against Sri Lanka last month and is now warming the bench in the first Test of the big away series in South Africa.Not too long ago, playing an away Test minus Rahane who still averages a staggering 55 overseas, was unimaginable. But Sri Lanka wasn’t the only series Rahane failed in. Some peculiar dismissals against spin combined to a poor average of 26 in 14 Tests played in the last two years.Much before the team management took the brave call to sit their vice captain out, his personal coach, former India batsmen Pravin Amre had a good idea where his ward may have lost track.”He had trained himself to play in difficult situations and taken it up as a challenge. But I think as a cricketer you should not think only on those lines alone. You have to respect all conditions. You have to be able to deliver home and away,” he had told India Today before Rahane left for South African shores.advertisementBut even Amre didn’t anticipate Rahane would be left out from the first Test in South Africa, where the Mumbai bat in the 2013 series had fought as a lone ranger in Durban with a stroke filled 96.”The team backing is very important. For the selectors to appoint him as a vice captain is a statement in itself. The selectors back him and trust him despite poor form,” he had said.But with Rohit Sharma in red hot form, pushing for a place and his ability to play the horizontal bat shot in bouncy South African conditions, off-colour Rahane had to go once the team management decided to go with only five specialist batsmen.Standing out between Virat’s relentless excellence and Rohit Sharma’s sublime stroke play can be difficult for the more restrained Ajinkya Rahane. But examining brand value isn’t in question here, it’s weighing Test worth.With a long stretch of away contests ahead, Rahane may soon be needed again. Whether he decides to be more demonstrative like his captain in future or continue searching for expression in his willow would be interesting to watch.”The game can sometimes be cruel as well. I think the earlier he gets to learn it’s better. Because when he will get success again, he will remember these days,” coach Amre said.last_img read more

No one can stay neutral on Ram Temple issue: Haryana minister

first_imgChandigarh, Nov 25 (PTI) Asserting that no one can stay neutral on building a Ram temple in Ayodhya, Haryana’s Cabinet minister Anil Vij Sunday said everyone will have to choose on which side the of the issue they stand.The outspoken Health and Sports Minister in the M L Khattar-led BJP government said the time has come now for every individual and political party besides the religious and social organisations to make their stands clear on the Ram temple issue.”Before the Mahabharta battle, Lord Krishna had said everyone will have to make their own choice whether they are with the Kauravas or the Pandavas,” he said.Similarly, the time has come now for every body to choose whether they are opposed to or are in favour of the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, he said in a Tweet, adding nobody can remain neutral on it.The Shiv Sena had exhorted the Union government Friday to come out with an ordinance and declare a date for the construction of the Ram temple. PTI SUN RAXRAXlast_img read more

Sad for Semenya, IAAF’s wrong policy on hyperandrogenism caused her loss: Dutee Chand

first_imgHaving been through a humiliating gender row, Indian sprinter Dutee Chand Thursday said she feels sad for South African Olympic champion Caster Semenya, blaming her loss in the Court of Arbitration (CAS) on the “wrong” policies of athletics’ world governing body.Dutee, who fought and won a long legal battle over her own hyperandrogenism or elevated levels of male sex hormones, said the South African star athlete is suffering due to IAAF’s stance.”As soon as I heard the news I felt sad for Semenya. My mind went back to those nearly two years which were my worst days when I did not know what to do. But Semenya has been facing this for quite a long time (since 2009) and so it is not a sudden thing. I think and hope she will be able to face this better than me,” Dutee, who competes in 100m and 200m events, told PTI.On Wednesday, the Court of Arbitration (CAS) for Sport in Lausanne dismissed Semenya’s appeal against International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) rules which require female athletes with higher testosterone levels to regulate their condition.The decision means that women with elevated testosterone will have to take suppressive treatment or medication if they wish to compete as females in 400m, 800m and 1500m.”This is a wrong policy of the IAAF and whatever reason they are giving, it is wrong. I fought my case and I won but now Semenya and some others are at the receiving end,” she added.advertisement”I don’t know what she will do, whether she will take medication (to reduce testosterone level) I cannot say. Whether to file appeal/review she and her team will be able to say. I feel for her and I feel this policy of the IAAF should be completely done away with,” Dutee, who won 100m and 200m silver at last year’s Asian Games – her first major event since returning to competition, said.Semenya, the 800m Olympic title winner in 2012 and 2016, was fighting measures imposed by the IAAF that compel “hyperandrogenic” athletes – or those with “differences of sexual development” (DSD) – to lower their testosterone levels if they wish to compete as women.Subjected to humiliating gender-testing as a teenager, Dutee was finally cleared to compete last year after winning a court appeal against IAAF regulations.”I have no problem now (under rules that have been changed) as I run in 100m and 200m. IAAF rules now apply to 400m, 800m and 1500m only,” she said.Asked if she thought Semenya can win international medals by running races of longer distances like 5000m, Dutee said: “It can be difficult because to win international medals you need to prepare at least three-four years and she is not getting younger.”Semenya raced in the 5000m event in a national competition in South Africa and won the top honours.Dutee had successfully challenged the IAAF’s stance on hyperandrogenism, prompting the world body to change its rules to target only middle-distance events, arguing those were most affected by elevated testosterone levels.The IAAF insisted that the rules were necessary to have a level-playing field and ensure that all female athletes can see “a path to success”.Semenya was backed by a global coalition of nations and scientific experts who argued that testosterone is an arbitrary and unfair measure for determining gender.Also Read | CAS dismisses Caster Semenya appeal over IAAF testosterone regulationsAlso Read | Asian Athletics Championships 2019: Dutee breaks record, Hima Das injured in heatslast_img read more

Quebec officials maintain flood warnings for many areas as heavy rain expected

first_imgMONTREAL — Environment Canada is maintaining its heavy rain warnings for many parts of Quebec today, keeping property owners near lakes and rivers on high alert for flooding.Water levels, already quite high, are expected to rise sharply with warm temperatures, snowmelt runoff and the heavy rainfall forecast through Saturday.Public safety officials say minor flooding has already occurred in the Montreal area, as well as the Outaouais, the Eastern Townships and central Quebec.Earlier this week, the Chaudiere River burst its banks, flooding a large part of Beauceville, south of Quebec City. Officials there called it the worst flooding since 1971.Thomas Blanchet, a spokesman for the province’s public safety department, says they want residents to be ready for flooding that could come quickly this weekend, and are imploring them to follow the instructions of local officials.Blanchet says while there are no official evacuation orders currently in the province, some municipalities have issued preventative orders.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

US workers compensation rose moderately in 1st quarter

WASHINGTON — Wages and benefits for U.S. workers rose 0.7% in the first three months of the year, a modest gain that matched the previous quarter’s increase.The data suggests that growth in workers’ compensation has stalled in recent months. In the first quarter, wages and benefits increased 2.8% compared with a year earlier. That’s down slightly from a 2.9% gain in 2018. Still, workers’ compensation has picked up slowly. Five years ago, quarterly gains were closer to 0.4%.The job market is very tight, with the unemployment rate at 3.8%, near a 50-year low, and there are more open jobs than unemployed workers. That has pushed up wages over time, though the gains aren’t as healthy as they were the last time the jobless rate was this low.Christopher Rugaber, The Associated Press read more

Visiting Ramallah UN humanitarian chief voices solidarity with suffering people

14 February 2008The United Nations humanitarian chief has opened his first official trip to the occupied Palestinian territory and Israel with a visit to the West Bank town of Ramallah, which he described as an act of solidarity with the suffering people of the region. Mr. Holmes, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, said many people in the Gaza Strip – which has been the subject of tight Israeli restrictions over the past month – were hovering on the brink of a humanitarian disaster.Meanwhile, closures in the West Bank were destroying economic life there, Mr. Holmes said, and in the Israeli town of Sderot, the target of frequent rocket attacks by Palestinian militants in Gaza, communities were living in fear of rocket barrages. The Under-Secretary-General, who is on a five-day visit to the region, stressed that the present situation cannot continue.“I have come here to see for myself what is happening on both sides,” he said.Today he also met Robert Serry, the Secretary-General’s Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process and the Personal Representative to the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority, to discuss concerns about the violence and restrictions in Gaza and the West Bank and the attacks against civilians in Sderot. He also held consultations with Samir Al Abdullah, the Palestinian Authority’s Planning Minister.Tomorrow Mr. Holmes plans visit two Gaza border crossings, Erez and Karni, which are both currently closed. He is also scheduled to visit Shifa hospital, which is finding it difficult to provide adequate medical care because of the reduced fuel, electricity, medicines and other supplies to Gaza.In a related development, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sent a message to today’s opening at UN Headquarters in New York of the latest session of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People.Mr. Ban said in his message – delivered on his behalf by his chief of staff Vijay Nambiar – that Israel’s decision to introduce a full closure of the Gaza Strip last month “has cut off an already destitute population of Gaza from vitally needed supplies.“The recent breach of the border between Gaza and Egypt showed the degree of desperation among ordinary Gazans, as thousands crossed into Egypt in search of food and basic daily necessities.”The Secretary-General reminded Israel of its obligations under international law towards Gaza’s civilian population. He said those obligations included the laws of occupation, “which continue to apply to the extent of Israel’s control over the territory and its population.”Mr. Ban also noted that he has repeatedly called on Palestinian groups to stop firing rockets at Israeli civilians and on Israel to show maximum restraint in its military operations and avoid a disproportionate response.“It is the responsibility of all parties to adhere to their obligations under international humanitarian law and not to harm civilians.”In addition, Mr. Ban backed the proposal of the Palestinian Authority to operate the Gaza Strip, and said a restoration of “the unity of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank within the legitimate framework of the Palestinian Authority” was critical for a viable peace accord between Israelis and Palestinians. read more

CNOOC raised Nexen takeover offer twice

CALGARY — It took China National Offshore Oil Co. a couple of tries before oil and gas giant Nexen Inc. warmed to its takeover offer, according to an information circular sent to shareholders.The Calgary-based company first heard rumblings in February and March that a Chinese state-owned firm may be planning to acquire it.On May 17, Nexen chairman Barry Jackson and interim CEO Kevin Reinhart met with CNOOC executives in Vancouver, where CNOOC vice chairman Yang Hua confirmed his company was interested in a friendly deal and asked Nexen to enter into exclusive negotiations.[np-related /]Later that month, Nexen’s board decided the price wasn’t high enough to allow CNOOC exclusive access to the information it needed to do its due diligence. On June 7, CNOOC reiterated its proposed offer, minus the exclusivity request.At a meeting on June 13, Nexen’s board once again deemed the offer too low. It decided to make a presentation to top CNOOC brass “regarding the company’s assets and prospects in order to enable CNOOC to consider increasing its proposed purchase price for the company,” the circular said.Those presentations took place in Vancouver on June 20 and 21. On July 3, CNOOC raised its offer price.“After hearing the views of management and the company’s financial and legal advisers and the recommendation of the special committee, the board determined that it would not support a transaction with CNOOC at the price specified in CNOOC’s July 3, 2012 letter but would consider supporting a transaction if a higher price was offered.”Jackson and Yang met in London a week later “to discuss the proposed transaction and particularly whether there was a price that CNOOC could offer that would be acceptable to the board.”Yang suggested a higher price, after which the two companies began to hammer out their deal.The $15.1-billion, $27.50-per-share friendly deal was announced on July 23.A special meeting is being held in Calgary on Sept. 20, where shareholders will vote on the transaction. It needs two-thirds support to go ahead.Federal Industry Minister Christian Paradis must also review the deal to and decide whether it would be of net benefit to Canada.Earlier this week, he said his department is still waiting for a formal proposal from the Chinese company before a review can begin.The deal needs the go-ahead from the Competition Bureau as well.The Canadian Press read more

New Chief Ministers for WPC NWP appointed

They replace former WPC Chief Minister Prassana Ranatunga and NWP Chief Minister Dayasiria Jayasekera, both who were elected to Parliament at the last Parliamentary election. (Colombo Gazette) New Chief Ministers have been appointed for the Western Provincial Council (WPC) and the North Western Provincial Council (NWP).Accordingly, Isura Devapriya was appointed as the Chief Minister of the Western Provincial Council and Darmasiri Dassanayake the Chief Minister of the North Western Provincial Council. read more

Canadian dollar backs off amid US fiscal cliff worries mixed commodities

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The Canadian dollar closed lower Thursday amid pessimism over fiscal cliff concerns in the United States.The currency was off 0.37 of a cent to 100.51 cents U.S.The fiscal cliff refers to the double-whammy of tax increases and spending cuts set to click in at the beginning of 2013 if U.S. lawmakers do not reach a budget deal.The combination would erode already weak U.S. economic growth and likely send the American economy back into recession, taking other global economies down along with it, including Canada’s.Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday that the government appears headed over the fiscal cliff because of a lack of progress in negotiations between Republicans who control the House of Representatives and Democrats who control the Senate and White House.Reid said it is up to congressional Republicans to come up with a plan that both houses would pass and President Barack Obama would sign.Sentiment improved somewhat late in the day on word that the House will be back in session Sunday evening.However, it was unclear what legislation the House might consider Sunday, since Speaker John Boehner is publicly insisting that the Senate must make the next move to avert the cliff.Commodities were mixed with the February crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange down 11 cents to US$90.87 a barrel.March copper was unchanged at US$3.60 a pound after rising five cents Wednesday. The gain, the largest in four weeks, came after workers rejected a wage proposal at BHP Billiton’s Escondida mine in Chile, the world’s biggest source of a metal viewed as an economic barometer.February gold bullion was up $3 to US$1,663.70 an ounce. Canadian dollar backs off amid U.S. fiscal cliff worries, mixed commodities by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 27, 2012 4:31 pm MDT read more

Tottenham beats Southampton 31 to go 3rd in Premier League

LONDON — Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min scored to give Tottenham a 3-1 victory over Southampton on Wednesday, sending the north London club up to third in the Premier League.It showed the size of the task facing Ralph Hasenhuettl, the Austrian who watched from the stands after being hired earlier in the day by Southampton to replace the fired Mark Hughes.He will have been encouraged by his team’s performance when Tottenham eased off in the final 30 minutes and the visitors got a late consolation through Charlie Austin.With Hasenhuettl assessing his players, left back Matt Targett produced some lax defending that allowed Spurs to take a ninth-minute lead.As the hosts played a corner short, Targett fatally did not match Kane’s run to the near post and the striker netted from Christian Eriksen’s cross. It was his ninth league goal of the season and seventh in six games against Southampton.Two goals in the opening 10 minutes of the second half killed the game as Tottenham hit back after losing the north London derby to Arsenal on Sunday.After Eriksen’s low free-kick was well saved by Alex McCarthy, Moura fired home from the resulting corner at the second attempt for his fifth goal of the campaign.Then Targett was the culprit again as Kieran Trippier dispossessed the defender and passed to Kane, whose low cross was turned in by Son.___More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/apf-Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsThe Associated Press read more

Camaraderie effort trigger fast start for mens soccer

The potential for success is there for the Ohio State men’s soccer team, but with 11 newcomers from last season there are questions at almost every position.Eighteen of the 25 players are freshmen and sophomores, but it’s the hope of coach John Bluem that competition at every position will be the ingredient for success.“We are young, we are inexperienced and there are going to be some growing pains along the way,” Bluem said. “But we’re beginning to see what players are capable of and where they might be able to play.”Despite all the newcomers to the team, the coaching staff has been pretty pleased. Six games into the schedule the Buckeyes stand at 3-0-3 heading into their game on Wednesday night. At the outset of the season, the team set out to be more fit and organized than any opposing team. They planned to exert maximum effort. The team worked on those things in the offseason. Bluem said that is the key to having a successful season.    “If you do those three things, if you’re fit, organized and you work hard, you’re going to like the results,” he said. The offense is coming together and as OSU plays more games the underclassmen will gain more and more experience, helping to cut down the mistakes that a young team like this tends to make. The coaching staff is also still trying to find the starting lineup and style of play they want to run this season to put them in the best position to win. But so far the Buckeyes have to feel good about themselves, considering all the unanswered questions surrounding the team.“It’s a learning process to get good results,” Bluem said. “But at the end of the day we’re pleased.”  Something seems to be working, as the team has not lost on the season so far and their last game was a 0-0 draw to SIU Edwardsville. The Buckeyes have now gone six games without a loss, the longest stretch since the start of the 2001 season when they opened 6-0-1.The team opened its season against Cincinnati getting a 5-1 win. The team’s other two wins included Cal State Fullerton and Butler. They also faced Gonzaga, Louisville and SIU Edwardsville, all three games ending in draws.The Buckeyes’ next opponent will be IUPUI on Wednesday at 7 P.M in Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. read more

EURO 2012 QualRound 3 Swedish back to reality – Denmark Poland and

Here are the results of EUR 2012 qualification – Round 3:Group 1Macedonia : Hungary 22:29 (6:16)Estonia : Bosna and Hercegovina 35:30 (16:13)Standing:1. Hungary 3 -62. Macedonia 3-33. Estonia 3-24. Bosna and Hercegovina 3-1Group 2Thursday19:00 Lithuania – Romania20:00 Spain – CroatiaStanding:1. Spain 2-42. Croatia 2-43. Romania 2-04. Lithuania 2-0Group 3Slovenia – Poland 30:28Ukraine – PortugalStanding:1. SLovenia 62. Poland 33. Portugal 14. Ukraine 0Group 4Slovakia : Sweden 23:21 (13:11)Israel : Montenegro 29:24 (15:13)Standing:1. Slovakia 3-62. Sweden 3-43. Israel 3-24. Montenegro 3-0Group 5Latvia : Austria 25:28 (13:14)Iceland – Germany 36:31 (21:14)Standing:1. Austria 3-52. Iceland 3-43. Germany 3-34. Latvia 3-0Group 6Czech Republic : Norway 29:26 (11:13)Greece : Netherlands 30:23 (14:12)Standing:1. Czech Republic 3-62. Norway 3-43. Greece 3-24. Netherlands 3-0 Group 7Russia : Denmark 31:27 (16:13)Switzerland – Belarus 31:34Standing:1. Russia 3-62. Denmark 3-43. Belarus 3-24. Switzerland 3-0 ← Previous Story Men’s EURO 2012 Qualification (Round 3): “Exciting Wednesday” Next Story → Tone Tiselj to coach Slovenia’s female team read more

Ireland to take on Turkey in Dublin

first_imgIRELAND WILL TAKE on Turkey in an international friendly in Dublin on 25 May, it has been confirmed.Manager Martin O’Neill began his tenure with a win and a draw back in November and in the coming weeks will name his squad for next month’s meeting with Serbia.And while the FAI are hoping to schedule a game against Italy at a neutral venue on 21 May, they have today confirmed the Aviva Stadium will welcome Turkey four days later.It will be Ireland’s first time to face Turkey, managed by Fatih Terim and ranked 45th in the world, since 2003 while fans will also remember losing out to them on away goals in the Euro 2000 play-offs.The match will also be preceded on the day by the FAI Junior Cup final.For more information, visit fai.ieGiggs and Neville set to invest in football club‘Teams come to Old Trafford with a swagger believing they can win’ – Colelast_img read more

Ronda Rousey to sign contract at Elimination Chamber Mens Chamber match gets

first_imgFacebook February 13, 2018 at 12:02 pm WhatsApp Comments are closed. Shawn Michaels Ronda Rousey to sign contract at Elimination ChamberWWE has announced that Ronda Rousey will be signing her contract with the RAW brand at the upcoming Elimination Chamber PPV in two weeks in Las Vegas.The former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion has not appeared in WWE since the conclusion of the Royal Rumble PPV three weeks ago in Philadelphia.RAW GM Kurt Angle made the announcement on Monday night in San Jose.Men’s Chamber match gets big changeSpeaking of Angle, he announced on Facebook on Monday night that both Finn Balor and Seth Rollins would be added to the Elimination Chamber match in two weeks.This will mark the first time in history that men’s Elimination Chamber will feature seven wrestlers, including John Cena, Elias, Braun Strowman, The Miz and Roman Reigns.You can check out the announcement below. Pinterest Madison Square Garden Pays Tribute to Roman Reigns Videos Articles Seth Rollins February 13, 2018 at 2:06 am I hope they don’t make her the Brock Lesnar of the Women’s Division and have her break Asuka’s undefeated streak just because of her name,reputation,and the fact that she had her UFC undefeated streak broken. Google+ Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next WWE Lists The Shields Top 10 Wins Dave Bautista will be a character in new video game, Finn Balor reveals new look WWE Superstar Finn Balor confirms marriage to FOX Sports Reporter Veronica Rodriguez inmytree81 Kurt Angle’s wife Giovanna announces on social media they have adopted a son center_img Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Lists The Shields Top 10 WinsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:11Loaded: 100.00%0:11Remaining Time -0:19 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Ronda Rousey WrestleMania: SNL Weekend Updates Michael Che And Colin Jost Got Strowman Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Anonymous Twitter WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Cameron Huff Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Videos Articles Videos Articles I like it… February 13, 2018 at 3:16 pm WrestleMania Could Be Biggest Ever Let’s hope not. 3 COMMENTSlast_img read more