When it comes to hustling, there is nothing more important than your mindset. You can understand this idea intellectually without really knowing what this means. Unfortunately, we have an example. A non-hustler posted a comment on a post on my Facebook page. His comment had nothing to do with what I posted, but here it is in its entirety”“Why don’t y’all take some time off from trying to get ahead and help someone else along? Y’all the ones making money off broke people doing all the work. Don’t get me wrong, I could sell thongs to a nun and then talk her out of them. I just don’t have the conscience to make money marking up somebody else’s work.”Let’s unpack some of this non-hustler’s infections.By trying to get ahead, you aren’t helping other people.The non-hustler believes that people who are striving to get ahead aren’t the kind of people who help other people. This is a classic example of the infection of envy. Hustlers create business, and as they grow, they need to hire people to help them create the value that they create for the people they serve.In one college economics class I took in college, the liberal professor was railing against trickle down economic. A young girl very innocently asked, “If trickle down economics doesn’t work, can you tell me how trickle up economics works?” She meant no harm, and she wasn’t being political.People with the means to help other people often do. Some people with the ability to help people don’t. But the non-hustler is infected with envy.Capturing value is difficult.The non-hustler doesn’t understand how value creation and value capture works. Each of us is paid exactly what we are worth. We are paid for the value that we create. If you want more money, you create more value. Different outcomes are worth more or less based on how other people value them.Non-hustlers suffer the infection that causes them to misunderstand fairness. You can do what you love, but you can’t make the rest of the world value it.Selling is something you do to someone.I’m hard pressed to find a better version of this belief than what our non-hustler offers us. Nuns don’t buy thongs, and salespeople don’t sell things to people who don’t want or need them. The non-hustler makes a crude remark intended to prove that he is every bit as persuasive as any salesperson.Hustlers know that selling isn’t something you to do somebody. Selling is something you to for and with somebody, and something from which they benefit. The non-hustler is infected with the belief that one who sells is supposed to be taking advantage of someone else.There is inherent honor is being broke.The non-hustler reveals another infection when he says he is uncomfortable making money “marking up somebody else’s work.” The non-hustler has negative beliefs about money and how it is made. Minus a few people in the financial sector, no one creates real wealth stealing from other people.The non-hustler believes there is honor in being broke. This is an infection designed to protect the ego of the one infected. In their minds, it is better to be broke than to engage in the activities that generate money.I was broke until I was 13 years old and started working full time. I promise there was no inherent honor in not having money.If you would be a hustler, then examine your beliefs carefully. Do your infections serve you? Or are are they preventing you from producing the results you are capable of? Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now
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Within hours of the terrible tragedy at Virginia Tech University, long before Cho Seung-Hui’s identity became known, word was out on the street, blogs and the broadcast media that the perpetrator of the biggest campus violence in U.S. history was Asian.All minorities shiver in their spines after such violent events. They pray the perpetrator is not from among them. Had the murderer been Caucasian, it is doubtful if there would be any mention of his race. But God forbid if he turns out to be a minority, or worse a foreigner. The actions of an individual are hreflected upon his entire community. It is stereotyping at its worst, an ignorant view of the world, but it is in media vogue, and it isn’t going away.Non-Korean Asians breathed a collective sigh of relief when he turned out not to be one of them, just as Koreans braced for the accompanying backlash.Even though Cho’s highly disturbed mental state came to light almost as instantly, stereotypical commentaries about academic pressures on Asians, their fears of failure and loner tendencies, etc. fanned in the media and blogosphere were inescapable.Since Virginia Tech is an engineering school, it should come as no surprise that fully a tenth of its students are Asian American or from Asia. Cho could as easily have been Chinese, or Vietnamese, or Indian. Those are statistical probabilities and social possibilities, although we do not wish them on any community. But one has to accept that there is a theoretical chance that could take a real life form. If and when that occurs, we have to be tuned into the fear that our fellow Asians, the Koreans, feel in the hours after news of this massacre broke. It is an experience known to them from the Rodney King riots in Los Angeles and to South Asians and Arabs in the aftermath of the Iran hostage crisis over two decades ago and 9/11 more recently. Ignorance is the fuel of hatred and vitriol. Tragically, now the peaceful environment of higher education has been turned into other suspect areas of American life.br/>Cho’s racial identity as a South Korean is indelibly recorded for posterity. But how many know that fully a fifth of his 33 victims were foreign born, including an Indonesian, Israeli, Egyptian, German, Peruvian and two Indians?The ever-pleasant spotlight on Indian techies, physicians, Sanjaya Malakar, Sandeep Gupta, or Kalpana Chawla, illuminated the Indian identity without pain, a trifle amusement, good-natured ridicule, but mostly admiration. There is cuteness in the air when it comes to Indians. We are embedded deep in the fabric of American life now. But the notions of collectivity present this double bind. What you claim can come back to haunt you. And yet, we are in a different cultural environment now. There are short fuses on ignorance. Hatred is only a glance away and bad news is ever possible in the next news cycle. Related Items
Teen sensation Deepika Kumari and Rahul Banerjee won gold medals in individual recurve events on the last day of the competition to help India end their campaign in archery on a high note, even as their fellow mates fell short of expectations.Indian archers finished with three golds, one silver and four bronze medals.On the final day on Sunday at the Yamuna Sports Complex, besides two golds, India also bagged two bronze medals when senior pros Dola Banerjee and Jayanta Talukdar disappointed with third place finishes.Earlier in the morning session, India’s ‘baby’ archer Deepika made a giant leap to stardom thrashing Olympic bronze medallist Alison Wiliamson 6-0 for the women’s recurve individual gold medal.This was India’s second gold in archery after the women’s troika of Deepika, Dola and Bombayala Devi Laishram won the gold in the recurve team event.
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa created history when they came back from behind to defeat the Indonesian combine of Vita Marissa and Nadya Melati 17- 21, 21- 10, 21- 17 to enter the semi-finals of the World Badminton Championships in Wembley, London on Friday.In the process, they became the first Indian pair to enter the semi-finals of the worlds. In the last four clash they will take on the fifth seeded Chinese pair of Qing Ting and Zhao Yunlei.But it was the end of the road for Saina Nehwal who went down tamely to Chinese third seed Wang Xin 15-21, 10-21. This was the third time that the Indian ace lost in the quarter-final stage of the World Championships.Jwala and Ashwini were slow off the blocks and failed to negotiate the bullet like smashes of the Indonesian pair. The Indian duo lost the opener in 18 minutes.After the pep talk from coach Gopi Chand, the Indian pair changed their tactics. They kept the shuttle low and denied Vita and Nadya the chance to attack.In their haste to finish off the points, the Indonesians made a host of errors to lose the second game 10-21.The decider was a close affair with Jwala and Ashwini holding their nerves to win 21-17.Saina was too slow in her quarter-final against Wang. The Chinese used her powerful smashes to tame the Indian. The Hyderabadi’s was unable to control the net.”I was simply off form today,” she said.Lee advancesWorld No. 1 Lee Chong Wei ended one fairytale and continued another as he reached the semifinals.advertisementHis 21-7, 21-13 win over Kevin Cordon kept him on course to become the first Malaysian ever to win a world badminton title, but finished the dream of the man from central America.Cordon was the first player from Guatemala ever to progress so far in a major tournament after three wins, including a giantkilling win over Chen Long, the fifth- seeded Chinese player.But though he managed to strike a few good blows and earned enthusiastic support from the Wembley crowd, Cordon could not match a Lee who has been in the best form of his career.It was followed by an admission from the world’s leading player that, depending on the state of his aching body, he might retire after the London 2012 Olympics in the same Wembley arena.Lee, best known for speedy movement and accurate rallying which applies cumulative pressure to opponents, was once again minded to attempt shorter, more spectacular conclusions to the rallies.He accelerated from 11-5 to 16-5 during which he appeared to be unstoppable.In the second game he appeared to relax a little but made another thrust from 13-10 to 19-12, during which Cordon did well to stay in some of the rallies.The Malaysian then ended the match spectacularly, diving full length to make a defensive block, getting up and turning to make a retrieve in the back corner and then concluding with a rapier smash.- With inputs from agencies
England seamer bowler Jimmy Anderson says he’s confident he can make a pink ball behave just like a red one when the historic first day-night Ashes Test against Australia begins Saturday at the Adelaide Oval.Bowler-friendly conditions are expected. Australia won the first of five Tests between the teams by 10 wickets at the Gabba in Brisbane.”The red Kookaburra and the pink … are not that different,” Anderson said Thursday. “From a bowler’s point of view … we will go about it the same way.”The pink ball has swung markedly, particularly at night, in past day-night Tests in the South Australian capital.Anderson and his pace-bowling colleagues also found conditions to their liking in England’s day-night tour game in Adelaide before the Ashes series.England won the Adelaide tour match against a Cricket Australia XI by 192 runs, with Anderson taking three for 12.”It was pretty good conditions for bowlers,” Anderson said. “People think it’s going to be a good week for the bowlers but you have still got to bowl well, even when conditions are in your favor.”Here is somewhere where we can use our skills – pink ball, under lights, something different. It could be somewhere that will really suit our bowling attack.”Australia captain Steve Smith, who batted for more than 8 hours and was 141 not out in Australia’s first innings in Brisbane, will attempt to counter Anderson’s claims.”There is still that small matter of someone (Smith) making 140-odd and that is something we have to deal with,” Anderson said. “We know the dangers of David Warner up at the top as well and we have to keep working hard to try and get them out because we know how pivotal they are in their lineup.”advertisementAustralia is expected to name an unchanged lineup for the Adelaide Test.
VIGO, Spain (AP) — Marcus Rashford was decisive again, scoring from a free kick in the second half for Manchester United to beat Celta Vigo 1-0 in the first leg of the Europa League semifinals on Thursday.Rashford, who netted an extra-time winner against Anderlecht in the quarterfinals, drove a right-foot strike over the wall and into the far left corner in the 67th minute, securing United the advantage going into the second leg in Manchester next week.“It’s a positive result that leaves us with the advantage, but it’s a small advantage,” United coach Jose Mourinho said.The Europa League is the only European club competition United has yet to win. It also gives United a good chance of returning to the Champions League, as it sits in fifth place in the Premier League.Celta, playing in its first major European semifinal, lost for the first time in its last six European games.“We are going to have to go there and score goals, as we did other times,” Celta coach Eduardo Berizzo said. “We play in a similar way at home and away, we will try to be more effective than we were today.”Celta scored goals in all six away matches in the Europa League. It overcame a 1-0 loss at home in the round of 32 to Shakhtar Donetsk, and advanced by 2-0 win in the second leg. Celta also defeated Real Madrid away from home in the Copa del Rey, and eventually eliminated Madrid.Rashford made the trip to Vigo by nearly 1,000 United fans worthwhile. Celta goalkeeper Sergio Alvarez took a couple of small steps the other way just before the teenage striker took his free kick, and wasn’t able to come back in time to make the stop.It was a mostly even match in front of nearly 30,000 fans at Balaidos Stadium, but United had most of the significant chances.Alvarez had to make three great saves in the first half to keep United scoreless.The first was a spectacular one-handed dive to stop a curling shot from Rashford from going into the top corner in the 20th. Alvarez then charged from his net in the 35th to make a leg save that prevented Henrikh Mkhitaryan from finding the net after entering the area free of markers, and four minutes later the goalie deflected a close-range shot by Jesse Lingard.“We played well and controlled the game against a team that knows how to attack,” United midfielder Ander Herrera said. “It’s not easy to keep a clean sheet against Celta.”United goalie Sergio Romero also had to come up with a difficult save, tipping a Pione Sisto shot over the crossbar in the 59th.Celta had one of its best chances early in the game, a close-range header by midfielder Daniel Wass that missed wide in the 11th. Forward Iago Aspas also came close with a header early in the second half.“We will fight until the end in Old Trafford,” Aspas said.In the other semifinal, Ajax defeated Lyon 4-1 in Amsterdam in the first leg on Wednesday.TweetPinShare0 Shares
Former Pakistan cricket team captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram on Tuesday took to social media to reveal his traumatic experience at the Manchester airport where he was mistreated by the authorities.Wasim Akram posted details of how airport officials behaved rudely with him and didn’t take proper care of his diabetes medication. Patients have to carry diabetes medication in cold cases but Akram was asked to take them out and put them in a plastic bag.Akram was first diagnosed with Type I diabetes in 1997 when he was the captain of the Pakistan team and at the peak of his career. He has been taking insulin injections multiple times a day ever since.”Very disheartened at Manchester airport today, I travel around the world with my insulin but never have I been made to feel embarrassed. Felt very humiliated as I was rudely questioned & ordered publicly to take my insulin out of its travel cold-case & dumped in to a plastic bag,” Wasim Akram wrote in a post on his Twitter account.Very disheartened at Manchester airport today,I travel around the world with my insulin but never have I been made to feel embarrassed.I felt very humiliated as I was rudely questioned & ordered publicly to take my insulin out of its travel cold-case & dumped in to a plastic bag pic.twitter.com/UgW6z1rkkFWasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) July 23, 2019Later Akram posted another tweet saying that he didn’t want to be treated any differently from others but there should be ‘a standard of care when dealing with all people’.advertisement”I do not believe I should have been treated differently from anyone else. I just believe there should be a standard of care when dealing with all people. I understand there are proper safety precautions but that doesn’t mean people should be humiliated whilst undergoing them,” wrote Akram on Twitter.I do not believe I should have been treated differently from anyone else. I just believe there should be a standard of care when dealing with all people. I understand there are proper safety precautions but that doesn’t mean people should be humiliated whilst undergoing them.Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) July 23, 2019Despite suffering from the disease, Akram didn’t give up on cricket and managed to take 414 Test wickets in 104 matches and is the only fast bowler to reach 500 wickets in ODI cricket, picking 502 in total from 356 games.Akram brought his diabetes under control by carefully controlling his diet and exercise levels. He is still regarded as the greatest left-arm fast bowler the sport has ever produced.Akram was in the United Kingdom recently as part of the commentary team for the Cricket World Cup 2019, which hosts England won on July 14.Also Read | My vote goes to Kane Williamson: Ben Stokes responds to New Zealander of the Year nominationAlso Read | James Anderson ruled out of Ireland Test as Ashes loomsAlso See:
The downfall of former Iowa Senate Majority Leader Bill Dix has become a cash windfall for the Republican Party of Iowa.The party accepted a $522,000 contribution from Dix’s campaign on March 26th, two weeks after the Shell Rock farmer quit the Legislature.Dix resigned after video was released showing the married lawmaker kissing a lobbyist in a Des Moines bar.Dix had previously faced criticism after the state paid a $1.75 million settlement to former Senate GOP communications director Kirsten Anderson, who was fired after complaining about sexual harassment.Anderson says Dix should have considered giving the money to the general fund to offset the settlement costs, which is allowed by state law.Iowa GOP spokesman Jesse Dougherty defended the move, saying “the money was raised to help elect and defend a Republican majority this fall.”Governor Kim Reynolds says it was an “appropriate decision” for Iowa Republicans to accept a $522,000 donation from Dix.Reynolds told reporters Wednesday she was “fine” with the Republican Party of Iowa accepting the contribution from the former Iowa Senate Majority Leader.
WTF Alexis Sanchez’s dogs Atom & Humber and other footballers’ pooches Ronan Murphy 19:54 1/25/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) instagram.com/atomhumberoficia1 WTF A. Sánchez Manchester United Premier League The Chile international has brought his canine companions with him to Manchester, and here Goal takes a look at the most famous dogs in football When Manchester United signed Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, they were not just getting a 29-year-old attacker, but also everything Sanchez brings on and off-the-field.This includes the Chilean’s now-famous dogs Atom and Humber, who were hugely adored by the Arsenal faithful and will now be warmly embraced by Red Devils fans.Much was made of Sanchez’s signing video, but as well as the forward appearing in a Manchester United kit with number seven on the back, his dogs also appeared on social media sporting brand new personalised jerseys. Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Atom and HumberThe most famous dogs in football, Sanchez’s pets Atom and Humber even have their own Instagram account. The Manchester United forward regularly shares snaps of his pooches on his own Instagram page, but set up a second special social media profile just for cute photos of his pets.During his time at Arsenal, Sanchez regularly was seen with his two dogs, who gained their own following among Gunners supporters. Arsenal fans even created a banner for Atom and Humber that was hung at the Emirates until the Chile international left for Premier League rivals United.”Atom is one of the characters in a movie called Real Steel,” Sanchez told Arsenal’s official website in 2016. “Atom the robot is very old and apparently useless but when he starts fighting he beats the best robots in the world.”I like the movie so much that I thought I would call my first dog Atom. My other dog Humber reminds me of my brother Humberto. My brother is a very sweet guy, just like Humber is.”Sanchez also revealed that the dogs are not just popular in England, but are famous back in his home country after appearing in an advertising campaign for a dog food company.”I just had the idea of creating an Instagram account for them so people could follow what they do,” he continued. “The thing is both became famous in Chile after starring in Master Dog’s advert.”I upload videos or pictures to their accounts whenever I can and I even saw their pictures on billboards when I went to Chile. They were smiling for the advert: what great acting! It really made me laugh.”Some fans are unsure which dog is which, but it is easy to tell the difference as Atom is a darker colour than Humber.Footballers’ Dogs Sanchez is not the only famous footballer to have a canine companion, with many of the world’s top names owning dogs. Lionel Messi received a present of a mastiff puppy from wife Antonella, and within a few months, the massive animal had grown into its name – Senor Hulk!Harry Kane’s pair of labradors are named after two of his favourite American Football stars Tom Brady and Russell Wilson, while Mesut Ozil’s pug takes his name from the Rocky films. Neymar’s dog Poker was given his unusual moniker by his card-game loving owner.The ever-eccentric Mario Balotelli adopted two dogs from a rescue centre while at Liverpool, and even brought them to training with him. Initially, reports indicated that the pair of Staffordshire bull terriers were called Stevie and G after Reds captain Steven Gerrard, but they actually were given clever names from the Super Mario videogame – Luigi and Bowser! Player Dog Breed Mario Balotelli Luigi & Bowser Staffordshire Bull Terriers Hector Bellerin Otto Weimaraner David de Gea Maxto Chow Chow Memphis Depay Simba Chow Chow Harry Kane Brady & Wilson Labradors Lionel Messi Senor Hulk Mastiff Marcelo Lola Newfoundland Neymar Poker Labrador Mesut Ozil Balboa Pug Aaron Ramsey Halo Beagle Alexis Sanchez Atom & Humber Golden Retrievers Chris Smalling Miley Cocker Spaniel/Jack Russell Cross Dog MascotsAs well as players owning dogs, they are also a big part of football in general, with many teams having dogs as their official mascots. Many of these even have official Twitter accounts, with thousands of followers. Blackburn’s Rover the Dog uses his Twitter account to keep fans updated of charitable events and post photos of fan events.Barnsley’s Toby the Tyke got into a spot of bother in 2003 after throwing sweets into the crowd during a game, with one fan lodging a complaint after a sweet hit a young girl in the eye. The incident caused the mascot’s actor David Betts to resign from his position after spending seven years putting on the dog suit for Barnsley games.During the 1990s, Spanish football’s governing body Liga Profesional de Futbol (LFP) used a dog called Goti as their mascot before replacing him with a more modern logo. The 1994 World Cup in the United States had a dog as its official mascot – one which bore the cumbersome title “Striker, the World Cup pup”.Before the men-in-suits mascots of today’s football, teams actually used real live animals as lucky charms before games. This is still continued in some parts of the world, with Chilean side Colo Colo (a former team of Alexis Sanchez) bringing out rescue dogs with the players before games in order to help them find forever homes. Team Mascot Barnsley Toby Tyke Blackburn Rovers Rover the Dog Celtic Hoppy the Hound Charlton Athletic Floyd Doncaster Rovers Donny Dog Hannover 96 Eddi Huddersfield Town Terry the Terrier Monterrey Monty Montreal Impact Tac-Tik the Dog Port Vale Boomer the Dog Rot-Weiss Oberhausen Underdog
STARKVILLE, MS – NOVEMBER 22: Dak Prescott #15 of the Mississippi State Bulldogs reacts to a touchdown during the third quarter of a game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Davis Wade Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Starkville, Mississippi. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)Many colleges nationwide are on spring break this week, and students are flocking to warm locales for fun in the sun. Mississippi State star quarterback Dak Prescott and some teammates are down in Panama City, Fla., where unfortunately their spring break turned violent.On Monday night, a message board post on elitedawgs.com stated that Prescott and another Bulldog player were jumped while attending a concert by rapper Waka Flocka Flame. More accounts of what went on have emerged, including a pair of tweets from MSU backup quarterback Damian Williams, who was with Prescott.Williams deleted both tweets, but here is a re-tweet featuring one of his originals. MSU junior QB w/ Dak Prescott RT @DamianDevon: We got jumped for no reason, It’s sad we can’t go anywhere without being attacked by people— Robbie Faulk (@robbiefaulk247) March 10, 2015Mississippi State beat reporter Michael Bonner confirmed the attack minutes ago, saying Prescott was with Williams and teammate Torrey Dale.Spoke to a one of Dak Prescott’s family members. He and a few others were attacked by a group of people. They are OK. More to come.— Michael Bonner (@MikeBBonner) March 10, 2015According to Prescott’s Instagram, Damian Williams and Torrey Dale both went w/the QB on spring break. Can’t confirm if they were attacked— Michael Bonner (@MikeBBonner) March 10, 2015
Press Trust of India Xi’an (China)April 25, 2019UPDATED: April 25, 2019 19:26 IST Kakran came up with an impressive show to beat Hong Thuy Nguyen of Vietnam 10-0 (Courtesy: PTI)HIGHLIGHTSKakran defeated Battsetseg Soronzonbold of Mongolia via fall in the play-offsIt was double delight for India as Manju also secured a bronze medal earlierIn the 50kg category, Seema defeated Meng Hsuan Hsieh of Chinese Taipei 10-2 in her repechage boutIndia’s Divya Kakran and Manju Kumari bagged bronze medals for the country in the women’s competition of the Asian Wrestling Championships here on April 24. Asian Games bronze-medallist Kakran defeated Battsetseg Soronzonbold of Mongolia via fall in the play-offs of the 68kg category to finish on the podium.It was double delight for India as Manju also secured a bronze medal earlier in the day by beating Vietnam’s Thi Huong Dao 11-2.Seema, who also made it to the play-offs, however failed to register a hat-trick of bonze medals for India after losing to Valentina Ivanovna Islamova Brik of Kazakhstan 5-11 in the 50kg category.Earlier in the day, while Kakran and Manju reached the bronze medal round after losing their respective semi-final bouts, Seema made it to the third-fourth place tie after winning her repechage bout.Silver-medallist in the 69kg category at the 2017 edition of the Asian Championships in New Delhi, Kakran lost out on a place in the final of 68kg after going down to Feng Zhou of China 4-14 in the semifinals.Kakran, who is returning to competitive wrestling after recovering from an ankle injury, came up with an impressive show to beat Hong Thuy Nguyen of Vietnam 10-0 in her quarterfinal bout.In the 59kg category, Manju had lost to Battsetseg Altantsetseg of Mongolia 6-15 in the last four stage to settle for a place in the bronze-medal round.Manju had earlier beaten Kazakhstan’s Madina Bakbergenova 5-3 in the quarterfinals.In the 50kg category, Seema defeated Meng Hsuan Hsieh of Chinese Taipei 10-2 in her repechage bout. She had earlier lost to Yuki Irie of Japan in the qualification round but made the repechage after her Japanese rival reached the final.advertisementHowever, India’s campaign got over early in the 55kg and 76kg weight divisions when Lalita and Pooja lost their respective quarterfinal bouts to bow out of the event.Also Read | Asian Boxing Championships: Kavinder Singh Bisht leads India’s charge into the finalsAlso Read | Mary Kom says she took up boxing after watching legendary boxer Muhammad Ali on TVFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow Divya KakranFollow Asian Wrestling ChampionshipFollow Manju Kumari Next Asian Wrestling Championships: Divya Kakran and Manju Kumari bag bronze for IndiaSeema, who also made it to the play-offs, however failed to register a hat-trick of bonze medals for Indiaadvertisement
3/37 (10) 3/43 (10) view more view less Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND) B. Kumar (IND) view full scorecard 221 74 (90) vs Super Over No data available! 77 (59) Ravindra Jadeja (IND) R. Jadeja (IND) 239/8 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers Series Status: Player Of The Match: Matt Henry ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, 1st Semi Final (50.0) That Sir is bits and pieces for you: Fans pay tribute to Ravindra Jadeja for valiant knockICC Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final: Ravindra Jadeja played a fine knock in the semi-final vs New Zealand as he took them closer to the total in a 240-run chase on Wednesday. Jadeja added 106 runs for the 7th wicket from MS Dhoni but India fell short of the total by x runs. India Match Ended Toss: NZ elected to bat (49.3) New Zealand beat India by 18 runs New Zealand – Match Ended India IND Ross Taylor (NZ) R. Taylor (NZ) Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 239/8 ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 15:00 (Local Time) Scorecard 221 Matt Henry (NZ) M. Henry (NZ) Referee: David Boon (AUS) Umpires: Richard Illingworth (ENG), Richard Kettleborough (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS) advertisement commentary graphs New Zealand NZ India IND (49.3) (50.0) Next ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 India Today Web Desk ManchesterJuly 10, 2019UPDATED: July 10, 2019 19:33 IST ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Ravindra Jadeja hit 77 from 59 balls as he took India closer to the target in the semi-final vs New Zealand on Wednesday (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia lost the World Cup 2019 semi-final by 18 runs to New ZealandRavindra Jadeja’s valiant 77 went in vain as India failed to complete 240-run chaseRavindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni stitched a 100-plus stand after India were reduced to 24 for 4Ravindra Jadeja played a fine and valiant knock as the all-rounder smashed 77 from just 59 to help India fight in a chase that looked improabable at one point in the World Cup 2019 semi-final against New Zealand on Wednesday in Manchester.India lost the semi-final to New Zealand by 18 runs but went down with a valiant fight that will make the Manchester tie a classic.Ravindra Jadeja walked out to bat when India had lost Hardik Pandya for 32 in the 31st over of their 240-run chase at Old Trafford on the reserve day of the World Cup 2019 semi-final after rain played spoilsport on Tuesday.Jadeja joined MS Dhoni when India were reeling at 92 for 6 but the left-hander played with a lot of positive intent from the word go to keep India’s hopes alive. With Dhoni taking the time in the middle, Jadeja did all the damage by walking down the pitch against both pacers and spinners. Jadeja was severe against left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner as he was comfortable dancing down the track and hitting him out of the park.Jadeja and Dhoni kept putting pressure on the New Zealand fielders as the two kept stealing the extra run whenever possible.Jadeja and Dhoni added 106-runs for the 7th wicket and took India closer to New Zealand’s total. Jadeja perished for 77 from 59 balls, hitting 4 sixes and as many boundaries. Jadeja tried to hit a big one in the 48th over against Boult and got caught in the deep.@imjadeja has just taken a sword and smashed this game into bits and pieces’ take a bow brother!! #wc19advertisementshibani dandekar (@shibanidandekar) July 10, 2019Bits and pieces cricketer , who ? @imjadeja turning it on here !! Common #Teamindia ??Veda Krishnamurthy (@vedakmurthy08) July 10, 2019Whatever happens. We will remember this Sir Ravindra Jadeja ??. #respect. #INDvsNZ #indiavsNewzealandAnshu Mor (@anshuMor) July 10, 2019″That’s *Sir* Bits and Pieces to you.”#SirJadeja #INDvsNZ #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/waBm6eGSdhbet365 (@bet365) July 10, 2019And he’s tearing the Kiwi attack to bits and pieces! ??5?0? for @imjadeja! ?? #HallaBol #CWC19 #INDvNZ https://t.co/Yp8pHHMLB3Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) July 10, 2019Looks like @imjadeja is smashing the opposition into bits and pieces .. What an innings .. #BleedBlue #INDvNZArchana Kalpathi (@archanakalpathi) July 10, 2019Reminder: Ravindra Jadeja has 3 triple-centuries in first-class cricket. Three 300s! #indiavsNewzealandMazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) July 10, 2019#RavindraJadeja #CricketWorldCup2019 #indiavsNewzealand2019 #SemiFinal1 pic.twitter.com/cYuFqWhr9HClyde Crasto (@Clyde_Crasto) July 10, 2019Did Ravindra Jadeja just gesture toward the commentary box (read Sanjay Manjrekar) after scoring his 50?Only those present in the stadium can confirm.SaahilMurli Menghani (@saahilmenghani) July 10, 2019What an amazing fight by these two. Please get us thru @msdhoni and @imjadeja pleasearjun rampal (@rampalarjun) July 10, 2019Hope you got your answer about JADEJA .. @imjadejaHe is perfect all-rounderBatsman , bowler and Fielder !!#indiavsNewzealand #indvsnzHe needed in team @RaviShastriOfc @BCCI @imVkohliAlways …#RjAlok https://t.co/sDmP1QV7PrRJ ALOK (@OYERJALOK) July 10, 2019Ravindra Jadeja was involved in a controversy as he had reacted sharply to Sanjay Manjrekar after the former cricketer-turned commentator called him a bits and pieces cricketer.A few days back, Manjrekar had called Jadeja a bits and pieces cricketer.”I am not a big fan of bits and pieces players which Jadeja is at this point of his career in 50-over cricket. In Test matches, he is a pure bowler. But in 50-over cricket, I would rather have a batsman and a spinner,” Manjrekar had said.Ravindra Jadeja was far from impressed with Manjrekar’s analysis and took to Twitter to say that he has had enough of Manjrekar’s ‘verbal diarrhoea’.Also See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Ravindra JadejaFollow MS DhoniFollow India cricket teamFollow World Cup 2019 New Zealand NZ
Residents of northern Nova Scotia who have disabilities or otherbarriers to employment will be among the people who benefit froma $2-million enhancement of vocational day training programs,Community Services Minister David Morse announced today, Feb. 15. “This investment will strengthen programs that enable NovaScotians with disabilities or barriers to employment to achievetheir individual goals and improve their quality of life,” saidMr. Morse. About $1 million in one-time grants will go toward infrastructureor capital purchases and improvements for adult service centresthat provide vocational day programs for people withintellectual, mental health or physical challenges. In northernNova Scotia, these centres include GOVRC Workshop, GuysboroughOptions for Adaptive Living Society, Antigonish ACL, SummerStreet Industries and Colchester Community Workshop. The centresalready receive core funding from the department. Another $1 million will create similar grants for the province’ssix work activity programs. These programs provide support topeople who have barriers to employment. In northern Nova Scotia,this includes FutureWorx. The funding is part of the department’s $11-million investment toimprove programs for seniors, low-income earners and people withdisabilities, announced by Mr. Morse in December. COMMUNITY SERVICES–Grants to Help Disabled in Northern NovaScotia
New Delhi: Delhi Police arrested a person who shot a woman at her face in South West Delhi’s Vasant Kunj area on Sunday. Police identified the accused as Rahul Singhal, a resident of Devli.Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (South West) Benita Mary Jaiker said that the accused used three different vehicles to hoodwink the police raiding parties and constantly changed his hideouts. “Finally the chase ended with the arrest of alleged Rahul from near Aggarwal Dharamshala, Chattarpur Enclave, New Delhi, based on secret information. His associates who provided him vehicles, money and place to hide have also been arrested,” said Benita. On June 7, a woman was shot by Rahul Singhal. She stated that she had given money to Rahul and today when she demanded her money back he shot her in the area of Vasant Kunj and ran away. In the last 48 hours, multiple raids were conducted at Kishangarh, Devli, Ranikhera, Harevli and Rohtak (Haryana).
Citrus Lane, a leading subscription box company created by moms to bring the best products for kids to parents everywhere, announces a special edition “Mommy and Me” holiday box curated by its celebrity brand ambassador, Angela Kinsey (NBC’s The Office). The box will benefit Kinsey’s long-standing charity of choice, Oceana, the world’s largest ocean advocacy organization.“I am beyond excited that the Citrus Lane community has invited me to design my own box!” says Kinsey. “I am so drawn to Citrus Lane’s compassion for bringing parents together to help each other and teach us all about the best products and responsible companies behind them in the vast marketplace. Every month I learn a little more about how to give the best to my family.”Kinsey’s box is on sale for $45 at www.citruslane.com. Her choices were inspired by her four year old daughter, Isabel, and the times they spend together playing make believe and cooking in the kitchen. Appropriate for preschoolers aged 4-6, the box will include a personal note from Kinsey to Citrus Lane parents, along with a selection of goodies including:• Tea Set by Green Toys• Ivy and Bean Paper Doll set by Chronicle Books• Penguin Cookie Cutter from Oceana with Kinsey’s special recipe for sugar cookies• Sparkle Hearts Hair and Body Gift Set• Shreds snack by Plum Organics“We are grateful to Angela for sharing her favorite products, recipes and inspirations to create this special edition box,” says Mauria Finley, CEO of Citrus Lane. “Angela’s Mommy and Me box is sure to delight girls and their parents, and help them create cozy family time in the middle of all of the holiday hustle and bustle.”For each purchase, 20% of proceeds will go to Oceana (with a guaranteed $5,000 minimum donation) to support its work to protect the world’s oceans. Growing up in Indonesia, Kinsey had a special connection to the oceans at a young age and a deep love for the sea and its beauty. She partnered with Oceana to do what she can to preserve and restore the ocean so that her daughter can have the same appreciation for the Earth’s water and sea life.“Oceana thanks both Angela and Citrus Lane for this great holiday gift idea,” says Oceana Vice President Matt Littlejohn. “Angela has been such a wonderful and impactful advocate for Oceana and the oceans – she’s swam in the water with sea turtles, lobbied Congress, hosted major fundraisers, done tons of social media and, as evidenced by this new effort, always looks for opportunities to help Oceana achieve its mission of winning campaigns that help to protect the world’s oceans. We are very lucky and grateful for her support.”To purchase Angela Kinsey’s box or to join the Citrus Lane community of parents, visit www.citruslane.com, or Facebook at www.facebook.com/CitrusLaneKids.
New Delhi: The Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Sunday said that they have arrested a contract killer from DDA Park in Kondli.Police identified the accused as Vikas Kasana. On July 30, at about 6.30 pm, one Sandeep Nagar was going to his maternal uncle home at Gharoli on his Scooty. When he reached near the office of MCD Councilor, two persons having pistols in their hands, came on a motorcycle without number plates from behind and started firing on him. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehicles”In the firing, he sustained gunshot injuries in his abdomen. He jumped from the scooty and ran away towards his house. But shooters followed him and fired several rounds but, he managed to escape. On the facts narrated by Sandeep Nagar, a case was registered and the investigation was taken up by local police,” police said. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) DR G Ramgopal Naik said Sandeep Nagar is having a history of enmity with notorious gangsters namely Randeep Bhati and Anil Dujana of Noida. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: Javadekar During the course of the investigation, local police arrested three accused persons who had locally assisted in carrying out the attack on Sandeep Nagar. The case was transferred to crime branch. Later they arrested the accused. Interrogations of the accused revealed that the complainant Sandeep Nagar is a witness in the case where gangster notorious Randeep Bhati and his associates are accused persons. Randeep Bhati was transferred to Basti Jail by the Authorities keeping in view his undesirable activities in the local Jail. “Randeep Bhati sent many feelers to Sandeep Nagar for turning hostile in the court, but he turned down. In the first week of July 2018, accused Vikash Kasana, Arvind Kasana and Sushil Thakur went to Basti Jail and met with Randeep Bhati for further direction,” police said. Randeep Bhati conspired with them and directed them to eliminate Sandeep Nagar and gave advance money of Rs 2 lakh to carry out the attack.
22 May 2008The United Nations refugee agency has distributed blankets and mats to the victims of a wave of violent xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s Gauteng province since last weekend that have killed dozens of people and forced an estimated 13,000 people to flee their homes. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said it has handed out about 2,000 blankets and 2,000 mats in several police stations across Gauteng, which is centred on Johannesburg, the country’s most populous city.Many of the displaced – who include refugees, asylum-seekers and other migrants – have sought protection from the angry mobs at police stations, but are sleeping in the open nearby, according to a statement issued by UNHCR yesterday.The South African Government has opened “joint operation centres” at police stations and community centres to house some of the displaced and to coordinate aid delivery from humanitarian agencies to the victims.UNHCR staff who have visited some of the centres say many lack sufficient toilets and washing facilities to house the sudden arrivals. In one community hall in the town of Germiston, about 2,800 people have crowded in to find shelter.One of the arrivals, Filizarda Mbanza, told UNHCR staff that she fled her shack on the outskirts of Germiston at the weekend after a neighbour told her that a crowd was approaching.“I was terrified!” she said. “My husband was at work and I was alone with the baby. What was I to take from our shack? The warnings were drawing closer and I was in a panic. I had to get out [of] there before my baby and I were attacked.”Ms. Mbanza, who has a three-month-old baby, said she does not know if her husband is still alive.Doudou Diène, the UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, told UN Radio that this week’s events indicate just how widespread xenophobia is in today’s world.He said he was especially saddened by the fact that these events are taking place in South Africa.“Sadness, because this happened in a country where the majority of the population has been marginalized, institutionally discriminated with violence for years, and a country which has liberated itself by fighting that institutional racism.”