Marouane Fellaini who recently signed a deal to stay at United, compared England’s Harry Kane and teammate, Belgian Lukaku, saying we should watch out and see who scores the highest.Lukaku and England skipper Harry Kane have impressed so far since the beginning of the World Cup tournament four and five goals respectively in two group games.However Belgian midfielder Fellaini believes there’s so much more to his pal, Lukaku’s game than just being about scoring goals.“Everyone is talking about the goals Romelu and Harry Kane have scored in Russia and they have both made a great start,” he said according to Mirror.Capello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“With Kane England have a striker who can score goals at the top level and we have all seen already at this tournament what he can do. Lets see who can score the most!“We have Romelu and he is in great form too scoring goals and getting better. He is like Kane – he wants to score goals every time he goes on the pitch.“But he also helps the team with the way he plays just like at United. He gives everything for the team. He always puts the team first.”
Scottish and AFC Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has pointed out that he is not content with just being mere bit-part player this year.The 24-year-old Aberdonian has his sights set on making a real mark in Premier League.“The start to the season couldn’t have gone much better both personally and for the team,” he said via Herald Scotland.“This season I have tried to make more of an impact than I have in previous seasons. I’m trying to be the main man..“I’m 24 now and I think if I want my career to go where I do then I have to step up now instead of letting the big players change the game. I want to be the one to change games.Wilshere talks up Ryan Fraser credentials Taimoor Khan – July 3, 2019 Jack Wilshere says that Ryan Fraser has a great attitude to play for a club like Arsenal as the Gunners continue monitoring the youngster. Ryan…“I started out in League One and then Championship so to now be in the Premier League and try to be the main man there is massive.”“The one thing I noticed when I first stepped up to the Premier League is that no defender is slow,” said the left-midfielder.“It used to be that you would get some defenders who were slow but they were always tall and physically tough. But in the Premier League, everyone is quick and everyone is big and when you pay against teams like Man U and Chelsea, no one is under 5,8”, except maybe Eden Hazard, but he is on another level.“It is changing, though, with Man City having guys like David Silva and Raheem Sterling, I think it is more about technical ability now rather than everyone just being quick and strong.”
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists his team must remain calm if they’re to stay remain at the top of the Premier League table.The Reds overtook Manchester City at the top after a comprehensive victory over Bournemouth with City also suffering a 2-0 loss away at Chelsea.“We will not change. For us, there is no reason to. We can still read the calendar – it is December, it is not even Christmas. The season ends in May.” Klopp said, according to the club’s official website.“We will not get carried away. We know how difficult it is. We knew how the Bournemouth game how difficult it was in that game. And the next [games] are coming. It is absolutely no problem..”“We are not the most experienced side but we know our way at least and that is exactly which way we will go all the time. But the league is not too important in the moment because we play tomorrow night against Napoli and the position in the table doesn’t help you too much.”Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.Speaking about keeping clean sheets, Klopp said: “If I say now it’s the quality of the Champions League, that’s only half the truth.”“I think there are a few teams in the Premier League who are stronger than, for example, and with all my respect, Belgrade.”“They scored twice against us and they deserved these goals that night. So, it is just the competition. We always try to defend in the best way we can, but the quality of the opposing sides is not to ignore.”“If you think about the game Napoli played against us, it was actually the opposite of being brilliant from us, but they stayed on track and wanted to win it until the last second. A draw was not even in their mind, they wanted to win it. Maybe in another game, another team would have accepted the draw, but they didn’t. It is all about the quality of the opponents, for sure.”
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Central Emergency Services is asking the public to consider adopting a local neighborhood fire hydrant. In a message from CES, “If you have one of these on your street, or in your yard, please consider spending a few moments digging out around it so that firefighters can quickly locate it and have immediate access. It may save a life, and valuable personal property. “ These devices provide firefighters with a ready and ample supply of water when fighting fires. The only thing that would slow that readily available supply is their ability to locate it and place it into use. Adopt-a-hydrant allows citizens to claim responsibility for shoveling out fire hydrants after heavy snowfall. Clear a path approximately 3 feet around the hydrant and shovel a path from the street or roadway up to the fire hydrant. This will ensure hydrants are visible and will allow the Fire Department to quickly locate the fire hydrant, obtain a water supply for firefighting activities, and give the fire department room to work with this hydrant should the need arise. In the midst of winter snowstorms, buried hydrants cause dangerous delays for firefighters. But having the department employees check and clear hundreds of hydrants would be a timely, costly and burdensome process.
WILMINGTON, MA — Below is an announcement from the Wilmington Senior Center:September 28, 2019 is Good Neighbor Day. The Wilmington Department of Elderly Services would like to acknowledge that extra special good neighbor — that person that gets the mail, takes out the trash, shovels the walkway, picks up groceries and just goes above and beyond.Please give the name and address of this special neighbor to the front desk or call us at 978-657-7595 by Wednesday, September 23, 2019. We will make sure that your Good Samaritan is acknowledged with a special baked treat.There are so many special people that make up our community, this is one way that we can give back to those that make Wilmington the special place it is!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… RelatedIT’S OUR TURN: Wilmington Seniors Speak Out In Favor Of A New Senior CenterIn “Government”HOT OFF THE PRESS: Read Wilmington Senior Center’s September NewsletterIn “Community”SENIOR CENTER SPOTLIGHT: Center To Celebrate “Good Neighbors Day”In “Community”
Infosys may have dampened sentiments after it lowered its full-year revenue guidance on Friday, leading to the stock hitting a new 52-week low but that did not affect select stocks that gained sharply on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). These included L&T Finance Holdings (up 7.41 percent), Dewan Housing Finance (up 5.82 percent), Petronet LNG (up 5.34 percent) and Voltas (up 4.64 percent). Some of these stocks also hit a new 52-week high on Friday.Benchmark indices ended the day with minor gains of around 0.10 percent, with the BSE Sensex closing at 27,673 and the NSE Nifty at 8,583.The highlight of the day was the September quarter results of Infosys, India’s second-largest IT software services exporter. The company reported growth both in net profit and revenues but dampened with its second downward revision of revenue guidance for the current fiscal, to 8-9 percent from 10.5-12 percent given while announcing June quarter results.Read: Here is what Vishal Sikka, Pravin Rao, MD Ranganath said after Sept quarter resultsThe stock closed 1.02 percent down at Rs. 1,041.30 on the BSE but not before hitting a new 52-week low of Rs. 996.15 during intraday trading. In addition to Infosys, other stocks that hit a new 52-week low included Idea Cellular and Hexaware Technologies.SpiceJet ended 3.85 percent higher at Rs. 60.65 on news of stock upgrade. ICICI Prudential Life Insurance closed with gains of 2.53 percent at Rs. 325.65, much below the issue price of Rs. 334 per share.ICICI Bank ended flat at Rs. 241.85. In a regulatory filing, the private sector lender that it will be declaring its September quarter results on November 7.SBI shares gained 0.88 percent to end at Rs. 251.90.Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net sellers of Indian equities worth Rs. 911 crore on Thursday, the day the benchmark indices lost about 1.50 percent on buzz that the US Federal Reserve could raise interest rates by December this year.Among sectoral indices, the BSE IPO index closed 1.50 percent higher while the realty index rose 0.79 percent.
A Rohingya woman breaks down in tears when prime minister Sheikh Hasina visits a refugee camp in Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday. Photo: BSSDescribing the atrocities by the Myanmar military as ‘acts against humanity and violation of human rights’, prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said Rohingya refugees are Myanmar nationals and it must take its citizens back.She also said Bangladesh wants to maintain peace and good relations with its neighbouring countries, but it cannot accept ‘unjust acts’ the Myanmar government are committing.The prime minister was speaking while visiting a Rohingya-registered camp and distributing relief materials among the Rohingya refugees at Kutupalong Bazar in Ukhia.”Still, the fire is burning there… people can’t find out their family members… the bodies of infants and women are floating on the Naf river, these go completely against humanity and are violation of human rights. What sin and crimes these innocent children, women and people have committed… we can’t tolerate such activities,” the Prime Minister bemoaned.Rohingya women break down in tears when prime minister Sheikh Hasina visits a refugee camp in Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday. Photo: BSSShe further said, “We want peace, we want good relations with our neighbouring countries, but we can’t tolerate and accept any injustice.”Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh protests at these injustice and inhumane attitude towards the Rohingya people in Rakhine state, and renewed her call to the international community to mount pressure on the Myanmar government to take back their nationals.”Myanmar has to take back their nationals, give them a safe place to live in their homeland. The international community should put pressure on the Myanmar as they’re committing such atrocities on Rohingya people… this has to be stopped,” she added.Denouncing the terror attack on the Myanmar border police and military base, the prime minister said her government will never allow any insurgent to use its land against the neighbours. “I’ll ask the Myanmar government to find out the real culprits and as the neighbouring country, we’ll help them in this connection,” she said.She, however, said her government cannot accept the intimidation of women and children in the name of a clampdown on terrorists in Rakhine state.Hasina urged all concerned to refrain from carrying out terror attacks in the future which could mount miseries and sufferings on tens of thousands of innocent people, including women and children, time and again there.Expressing her profound grief at the sufferings of the Rohingya people, she said the reason for which they were compelled to take refuge in Bangladesh is very unfortunate.The prime minister called for creating a ‘safe zone’, if necessary, inside Myanmar under the supervision of the United Nations to protect the innocent people. “The full implementation of recommendations of the Kofi Annan Commission may help in this regard,” she said.Earlier, on her arrival at the Katupalong refugee camp, the prime minister saw for herself the condition of the Myanmar nationals staying there.She talked to the Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh following inhuman torture on them and burning of their houses by Myanmar government forces over the last two weeks.The Myanmar refugees burst into tears before the prime minister while narrating their sufferings and how they were tortured.According to the United Nations, over three hundred thousand Myanmar nationals belonging to the Rohingya minority group entered Bangladesh in the last two weeks after eruption of the latest spate of violence in Rakhine state.
Raifa Khan. Photo: UNBA minor girl died reportedly due to wrong treatment at a private hospital in Chattogram city early Friday, reports UNB.The deceased was Raifa Khan, 3, daughter of Rubel Khan, staff reporter of Bangla Daily Samakal.On Thursday afternoon, the child was admitted to Max Hospital with severe cold-related problem, said the victim’s father.Physicians gave her antibiotics instantly, but later in the night her physical condition started to deteriorate, said her father.Later, the on-duty physician advised them to call child specialist Bidhan Barua who later also recommended the same drug which led the poor girl to shuffle, he said.As the victim started shivering, the on-duty doctor injected another drug and Rafia died, the victim’s father alleged.On the face of journalists’ movement, police arrested three people including the on-duty doctor and a nurse. However, they were released later in the night.Meanwhile, a five-member probe committee headed by Chattogram Civil Surgeon was formed to investigate the incident, said Abul Kalam, officer-in-charge of Chawkbazar police station.Legal steps will be taken based on the investigation report, he said.
EVANSTON, Ill. – Tessa Chad scored three goals, but it wasn’t enough as Louisville women’s lacrosse fell at Northwestern 21-11 on Friday night.The loss ends a streak of four straight season opening wins for the Cardinals. “Northwestern is a great team and they exploited our youthfulness a bit tonight,” said head coach Scott Teeter. “We did some positive things, especially there in the second half, but we just need work harder and avoid costly mistakes.”Louisville got their first goal of the season just a little over a minute in when Sarah Blalock found the back of the net. The goal pulled the game even at 1-1. Kayla Marshall’s first goal then made the score 3-2, but Northwestern scored the next nine goals to extend its lead to 12-2 and went into the locker room at half with a 15-4 advantage.Trailing 20-6 with 15:08 to go in the game, the Cardinals reeled off five straight goals to pull within 20-11 and ultimately won the second half, 7-6.Chad led the way with three goals on eight shots. Caroline Blalock, Sarah Blalock and Kayla Marshall added two goals each. Paige Richbourg and Alex McNicholas also recorded a goal for the Cardinals.Marshall, Richbourg and Ally Hall all dished an assist for Louisville.The Wildcats finished with 36 shots to the Cardinals’ 20. Louisville finished with 19 turnovers, while Northwestern committed 15.Louisville returns to action on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET when they play at Marquette. Story Links Box Score (PDF) Print Friendly Version
A grunge rock band from the city are raring to go and very serious about their brand of music. Millennium Post catches up with the lead vocalist, Parikshit aka Sonic about their band and what lies ahead.Bull engine started out as ‘Plague of Bishop’ in 2006, what brought together the electrifying trio?It was back in 2006, during my engineering days that we started out as a band. Those days, it was all about youth festivals and college shows while we researched through the mechanical books. We were a different set of people then. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’So, who all form up the existing band?Its me, Parikshit aka Sonic at guitar/vocals, Rambo on Drums/Back Vocals and Akshit on Bass Guitar/Back vocals. I am a technical consultant by the day and a vocalist by the evening.You are acclaimed as a grunge/rock band heavily influenced by Nirvana and Metallica? Who is your personal favourite?On a personal front, I wanted to be like Kurt Cobain, the American singer and songwriter. I wanted to get on stage, deliver like him and write lyrics the way he did. That’s how I wanted to portray feelings through music.And what’s in store for your fans in the coming months?Well, we are working towards the release of our first album Theory of Rock. Its going to have a lot of alternative and punk rock for our folks. Hopefully it will be out by the fall of 2013.