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BV, Mahaicony battle to stalemate

first_imgMahaicony seniors braved the busy roadways as they traversed miles in an effort to avenge their semi-final expulsion in the 2018 BV/Triumph Emancipation Cohesion Football league.Deshane Garnett (left) and Omari GlasgowTheir hopes of success were, however, quickly dashed when promising youth player Omari Glasgow found the back of the net against Mahaicony in the 40th minute.That goal seemingly left Mahaicony in a state of bewilderment, and the sizable crowd were left in apparent state of amazement, as BV’s youthful seniors exhibited great prowess.Nevertheless, Mahaicony’s efforts did not flag, although they noticeably fought feverishly to equalise. They were able to accomplish that feat in the 80th minute, when Mahaicony’s striker Leroy Halley right booted a bomber into goal.With ten minutes remaining, a draw appeared inevitable. However, in the final minute of the match, BV striker Deshane Garnett burned a hole in the goal net to send the sizeable mass of BV supporters into a frenzy. Their celebration was short-lived, as the referee disallowed the goal based on an observable infringement.On continuation, the remaining seconds quickly ticked away, to usher in the referee’s whistle at end of play, and to register the friendly engagement match between BV and Mahaicony seniors 1-1.last_img read more

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JD(U) posters make pitch for Nitish

first_imgThe ruling Janata Dal (United) in Bihar on Wednesday put up new posters for the Lok Sabha election with slogans in praise of the party president and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.“Sachha hai…achha hai, chalo Nitish ke saath chale [honest and good…let’s go with Nitish] says a huge poster put up at the party office in Patna. At the bottom, the poster adds, “Sankalp hamara, NDA dubara [our resolve, NDA again]. Another poster says, “hum kaam mein biswas karte hain [we believe in work],” while the third one declares, “kaam kiya, sammaan diya [done work, given respect].” Another poster on the boundary wall of the party office says, “Hamara sankalp…sharab mukt, dahej mukt, bal vivah mukt rashtra [our resolve…liquor-free, dowry-free, child marriage-free nation].” However, Opposition leaders have taken a dig at the new posters. “Everyone knows how honest Nitish Kumar was when he betrayed alliance partner RJD and joined hands overnight with BJP,” senior RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari said.last_img read more

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Spotted Port of Durbans Wharf Upgrades Almost Done

first_imgSouth Africa’s Transnet National Ports Authority’s (TNPA) six-berth reconstruction project at the Maydon Wharf Precinct in the Port of Durban has reached a milestone, with berth 13 and 14 now deeper and safer for bigger ships calling at the port.On January 13, 2017, the Port of Durban serviced Bright Sky, the first vessel to use the berth 14 after reconstruction. Both berths are now fully operational, according to TNPA.The ZAR 1.5 billion project for reconstruction and deepening of six Maydon Wharf Berths 1-4, 13 and 14 was awarded to Stefanutti Stocks AXSYS joint venture in 2014.Once completed, the berths will have a draught of 14.5 meters enabling them to handle vessels with draughts up to 13 meters. However, the Maydon Wharf access channel will still need to be deepened to enable deeper draught vessels to sail in fully laden, according to TNPA.Constructed more than 90 years ago, the Maydon Wharf Precinct is one of the oldest cargo terminals and is the largest breakbulk and dry bulk handling precinct in the Port of Durban covering 120 hectares of the port land.The quay walls in the precinct were originally designed to handle vessels of approximately 20,000 dwt versus the 55,000 dwt vessels now calling the port.“The quay walls of the old berths had reached their lifespan and were becoming unsafe for the vessels to operate. This project has given new life and a safe environment for larger ships to berth,” Malefetsane Setaka, Port of Durban Engineer, said.The completion of berths 13 and 14 comes a few months after the handover of berth 1 and 2 to port operations in July 2016. This brings the number of completed berths to four.The project to reconstruct and repair all six berths is expected to be completed by 2018, according to TNPA.Image Courtesy: TNPAlast_img read more

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Aadhaar will be linked to driving licence to avoid forgery Ravi Shankar

first_imgUnion Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Sunday said that driving licence would be linked to Aadhaar card to check forgery. While addressing the 75th anniversary celebrations of Bihar Industry Association in Patna, Prasad said to arrest forgery, the government would now ask Aadhaar to be linked with the driving licence. “Duplicate driving license could not be made if Aadhar becomes mandatory for it,” AIR quoted Prasad as saying. “Aadhar is playing a vital role in checking corruption. Rs 1,47,677 crore has been saved due to digital identity through Aadhar,” the law minister said. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework The government has already stopped the process of verification using Aadhaar for driving license. “The Ministry in compliance to the order of the Supreme Court dated September 26, 2018 … stopped the process of verification using Aadhaar for the Driving Licences,” Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari told Rajya Sabha in a written reply in July.”The process of collection of biometric at the RTOs has been discontinued,” he had added. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen The Supreme Court last year struck down some provisions of the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016, by a 4:1 majority. The apex court said a person’s rights could not be denied on the ground of lack of a unique ID. While the majority judgment, written by Justice AK Sikri in concurrence with CJI Dipak Misra and Justice AM Khanwilkar, the court upheld the seeding of PAN with Aadhaar and set aside linking Aadhaar to bank accounts and mobile phone numbers.(Inputs from The Indian Express)last_img read more