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Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Don't write Yuvraj off - Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar has come out in strong support of Yuvraj Singh, who has faced plenty of criticism after a 21-ball 11 that sucked the momentum out of India's innings in the World T20 final against Sri Lanka on Sunday.
Yuvraj, Man of the Series in the 2011 World Cup, has already lost his place in the ODI side, and his spot in the Twenty20 side is under scrutiny after a difficult World T20, but Tendulkar hoped Yuvraj would be a part of India's defence of the World Cup in 2015. 
"Yuvi, one off day cannot undermine your tremendous contribution in many sweet memories over the years. You may be down today but you are far from being out," Tendulkar wrote on his Facebook page. "I want you to know that there are many like me in India and across the world, who keenly look forward to you being a part of the campaign to defend the ODI World Cup title in 2015."
There were reports that Yuvraj's house in Chandigarh was pelted with stones following the dismal performance in the World T20 final. Tendulkar urged fans to show their support for him. "Last evening, Yuvi had a tough day and he can be criticised. But he should not be crucified nor should he be written off.
"I have been an admirer of Yuvi's indomitable spirit which has overcome many challenges, both on and off the field.
"Knowing Yuvi's determination and ability to fight adversities, he will emerge stronger, proving his critics wrong, yet again."
Former India batsman Sanjay Manjrekar, meanwhile, told ESPNcricinfo that he could understand what Yuvraj was facing out in the middle, and could sympathise with him having faced similar situations himself. "When you get into this sort of situation where the runs are not coming, you just don't want to throw it away and make it look like a horrible innings," Manjrekar said. "You still feel because you have done it in the past and all you need is two-three hits. It happened against Australia [in the Super 10s], James Muirhead gave him two short balls, he hit two sixes and the innings suddenly changed, so this is what goes through a batsman's mind, he thinks it can all change, so he doesn't want to throw his wicket away, he wants to make amends for what has happened before.
"The other thing that happens is you realise that you are doing a lot of damage to the team, the shots are not coming, the balls that you want are not coming... There is another thing that happens, which I have also personally experienced, which is suddenly the strength and everything just vanishes from your forearms because of the state of mind that you are in. So yes, you can feel for Yuvraj Singh for what happened to him."

California man confesses to 40 killings

FRESNO, California (AP) — A suspected contract killer charged with killing nine people confessed to investigators that he carried out up to 40 slayings in a career spanning decades, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Errek Jett, the district attorney in Lawrence County, Alabama, said that Jose Manuel Martinez, 51, told investigators he carried out the crimes working as an enforcer for a drug cartel. Jett said they believe Martinez because of the details he gave investigators.
Martinez was arrested last year shortly after crossing the border from Mexico into Arizona and sent to Alabama, where he awaits trial on one murder charge. Once word got out, a steady stream of investigators from across the country came to question Martinez, Jett said.
Defense attorney Thomas Turner, who represents Martinez in that lone case, said his client is eager to start a June trial in Alabama, so he can return to California. Turner said Martinez maintains his innocence to the charge there and doesn't seem to be a hardened killer.
"I've found him to be polite and a likable individual," Turner said. "He has a good personality as far as talking with him."
Prosecutors in California say otherwise.
Martinez targeted victims in Tulare, Kern and Santa Barbara counties between 1980 and 2011, said Tulare County Assistant District Attorney Anthony Fultz, who filed charges Tuesday.
Investigators have released details of their case, saying six of the victims were killed in Tulare County, two in Kern and one in Santa Barbara. They ranged in age from 22 to 56, investigators said.
One man was shot dead in 1980 driving to work in the morning, while two men were shot in 1982 working on a ranch, one surviving. The same year, another man went missing before being found two days later by ranchers shot and stabbed to death. Yet another was found in 2000 shot to death in bed with his four children at home.
In addition to the nine murder counts, Martinez was charged in California with one count of attempted murder and the special circumstances of committing multiple murders, lying in wait and kidnapping. Four murder charges include the allegation he committed the crime for financial gain, the criminal complaint says.
The California charges would make Martinez eligible for a death sentence, if he is convicted.
Martinez has lived on and off in Richgrove, a small farming community in Central California about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Bakersfield. Besides Alabama, he is he's also wanted in Florida on suspicion of two killings there in 2006.
Fultz declined to comment on any connection Martinez may have with drug cartels, saying he did not want to damage the case at this early stage. Fultz said that too will remain under investigation.
Fultz said he is confident Martinez committed at least the nine killings he's charged with, but he has heard higher figures from across the nation.
"We're actually not sure what the full scope is," Fultz said. "It will depend upon what the investigation shows."
Martinez has spent brief stints in state prison following a 2007 conviction on theft and drug charges, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Acting Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said his deputies came in contact with Martinez while investigating a rash of home-invasion robberies in late 2012 and early 2013.
Martinez was at a home they searched and was questioned by Sgt. Christal Derington, but not considered a suspect.
From his cell in Alabama, Martinez requested a meeting with Derington, who flew across country three times, because Martinez said "he wanted to talk to her," Boudreaux told The Fresno Bee. The cases in California came together, he said.
"As a result of Detective Derington's initial investigations and interviews, we began working on new leads," Boudreaux said. "While this case has been filed, there is plenty of work to be done."
Meanwhile, Martinez's mother told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday that she was completely overwhelmed by the news of her son's alleged crimes.
"This is hard for me - really hard," Loreta Fernandez said in Spanish. "I'm still shaking. I'm not in a condition to deal with this."
Fernandez told the paper that the last time she spoke with her son was in June, when he was detained while crossing the Mexican border because there was a warrant for his arrest in Alabama.
She said she didn't believe he committed the murders.
"All I can say is God bless him and that not everything he's saying is true," Fernandez said.

Why a drone called Cupid is fitted with a stun gun


A flying Taser-wielding drone has been created by Texas design firm Chaotic Moon.
The device known as Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone - Cupid - is capable of delivering 80,000 volts of electricity through a wired dart.
The company's co-founder, Whurley, explained that they wanted to take a concept that has been seen in video games and science fiction films and show that it could be built.
In an experiment not to be repeated at home, Click's Spencer Kelly reports on the demonstration which sees a company intern zapped under controlled conditions.
NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

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NEW DELHI: In what might seem like ironic timing, RanbaxyBSE 2.18 % saw some good news from the US drug regulator just days before the announcement of its acquisition on Monday by Sun PharmaceuticalBSE 1.61 % in a $4-billion deal inclusive of debt.

Units of Ranbaxy's R&D centre at Gurgaon and its clinical research centre related to bioequivalence and bioavailabilty at Terapia Ranbaxy, its subsidiary in Romania, were inspected by the USFDA in March and cleared by it, two persons w ..

Monday, 7 April 2014

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Australia Permanent Residence Visa Requirements 

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An Australia permanent residence candidate is allowed to apply for Australia citizenship if he/she is good by character and fulfills the needs of normal residence. These candidates have the right to work & study and live in Australia. They also have the authority to sponsor relatives.  Australia Permanent Residence Requirements

Skilled migrants who apply for PR in Australia need to score 65 points in Australia Permanent Residence Test. The points of the candidates will be assessed using Australia immigration point’s calculator. The candidate will be evaluated based on the following requirements

·         Age: should be less than 50 years

·         English language: sufficient in English language to work in the country

·         Nominated occupation: the nominated occupation should be included in the Skilled Occupation List

·         Recent work experience: should possess Australian or any other work experience for nominated occupation

·         Skills assessment: candidates  skills are tested for Australian occupation

·         Health assessment: Doctor will check health status of the candidate and give a certificate

·         Character assessment: Candidate’s character should be good.

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Faced with a taint over the 2002 Gujarat riots, Narendra Modi on Monday vowed that he will not do anything with "bad intent" if he becomes Prime Minister as he outlined his vision.
"The party has bestowed me with certain responsibility. I want to make three promises personally -- I will never be found wanting on hard work, I will not do anything for myself and I will not do anything with bad intent," the BJP's prime ministerial candidate said. His thrust on doing nothing with "badh irada (bad intent)" assumes significance as certain sections, particularly the minorities, have apprehensions about his rule given the taint of 2002 riots. Modi was speaking here at a function to release the party's manifesto where he underlined that his main focus would be on "good governance and development" with a strong government at the centre. Seeking a mandate for 60 months, Modi said the country is in bad state and full of pessimism and the manifesto outlines the "direction, goal and commitment" to correct the situation. He said the government has the main responsibility of catering to the needs of the poor and deprived and his administration would focus on this aspect, particularly in the areas of education and healthcare.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Arvind Kejriwal at Farrukhabad: Scuffle between IAC activists, Congressmen



Minor scuffles among IAC, BKU and Congress members took place in the district on Thursday afternoon as supporters of External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and activist Arvind Kejriwal continued their protests against each other.
The police chased away the protesters and there was no report of anyone getting injured, sources said.
Congressmen, who had been holding havan-puja before the Block office near the Avas Vikas tri-section since Thursday morning also set ablaze Kejriwal's effigy.
The route of Indian Against Corruption (IAC) activist Kejriwal, arriving in Farrukhabad from Lucknow by road, was changed keeping in mind the protests but as soon as the Congressmen came to know of it they rushed towards Lohia Park - the rally venue - forcing police to push them back.
Kejriwal was reportedly shown black flags at Malikpur about 30-kms from Farrukhabad in Kannauj district after which the route was changed, police sources said.
Earlier, the Congress activists and Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) members, who had vowed to thwart any attempt to harm Kejriwal during his visit to the district, were also involved in a minor scuffle at the Avas Vikas tri-section.
About 100 to 150 Congressmen donning black bands and handkerchief to register their protest against the IAC and BKU activists came face-to-face outside the block office, police said.
After raising slogans against each other they had a minor skirmish though no one was injured in the incident, police said adding, they proceeded their respective ways thereafter.
Kejriwal had earlier announced to hold a protest against Khurshid in his home constituency at Farrukhabad on November 1.
Referring to Kejriwal's threat to stage a protest, the senior Congress leader had earlier said, "Let them come and visit Farrukhabad. But let him also return from Farrukhabad."

Tamil Nadu: Cyclone Nilam weakens after displacing 150K in India


Cyclone Nilam

A tropical storm weakened on Thursday after slamming into southern India, bringing heavy rain and a storm surge and displacing 150,000 people. Six deaths have been reported in India and Sri Lanka.

Just before the storm made landfall on Wednesday, an oil tanker with 37 crew ran aground off Chennai. One of its lifeboats capsized in the choppy waters, and one crewmember drowned, the Press Trust of India news agency reported.

On Thursday, two helicopters searched in the Bay of Bengal for the four missing crewmembers, said coast guard officer Gurdip Singh, adding that 32 crewmembers were rescued from the tanker.

Andhra Pradesh state said two people died there when their homes collapsed due to heavy rain Wednesday night in Nellore and Chittoor districts, and PTI reported another death in Tamil Nadu state, a 46-year old man who slipped into the rough sea from a pier and drowned. Sri Lanka reported two deaths earlier from the cyclone.

The cyclone had maximum winds of 75 kph (45 mph) after landfall but had weakened to a tropical depression. A storm surge of up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) was forecast to flood low-lying coastal areas, the India Meteorological Department said.

Power supply was disrupted to parts of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, PTI said.

Heavy to very heavy rain expected, and fishermen were asked to stay at shore.

State authorities turned 282 schools into relief centers in Chennai and the city's port halted cargo operations. Twenty-three ships were moved to safer areas.

About 150,000 people were moved to shelters in Nellore, district official B. Sridhar said.

In Sri Lanka, 4,627 people were displaced by flooding and 56 fled because of a landslide threat in the island's central region. One woman died Tuesday after a tree branch fell on her while another person was killed in flooding, the nation's Disaster Management Center said. Floods also damaged about 1,000 houses, it said.

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