In Ohio State’s 42-0 win over in-state opponent Akron, junior Jake Stoneburner became the first Buckeye tight end to have three receiving touchdowns in a game. He had two touchdowns last year. “Jake had a great day,” said Buckeyes coach Luke Fickell. “All in all, we were put in situations that he had the ability and the opportunities, and I think he did a great job of taking them.” Stoneburner had four catches on the day, three of them ending in the end zone. He had 50 yards of receiving, with his longest reception coming on a 28-yard strike from senior quarterback Joe Bauserman for the second score of the day. “I was excited we won, also I’m excited I scored three times,” Stoneburner said. “I was just happy to be out there making plays. Joe played a great game, he was out there looking for me. We connected three times and I’m happy about it.” Stoneburner received praise from his coaches and peers about his performance throughout camp. Under Fickell, it appears the offense will integrate the tight end more. “He’s had a great camp,” Fickell said. “He’s been an integral part of this offense all through camp. You know, so I kind of expected it, to be honest with you.” His three receiving touchdowns set a tight end record at OSU, but he is also now one of only eight receivers to catch three touchdowns in a game. “I expected him to have a great day,” Fickell said. “Did I expect three touchdowns? I don’t know. But it’s great to see.” Talking to the media on Tuesday, Stoneburner said he felt like he was a senior, and not a junior on this Buckeye squad. He also said he has been here a long time and that he felt like a leader. Under Fickell, OSU has decided to elect individual game captains for each contest, instead of voting on captains throughout the year. “Obviously, I’ve thought about it (being a game captain),” Stoneburner said. “It would be epic to be a game captain sometime this year.” Fickell said that to be successful for the entire season, the Buckeyes need to continue to play to their strengths. “I know the most important thing is we’ve got to continue to do those kinds of things,” Fickell said. “But it’s going to get harder and harder, because there will be a little bit more of a target on him, but that’s a challenge to him as well.” After Saturday’s game, Stoneburner needs only 172 more yards to match last season’s total. With this kind of productivity, that is something likely to happen in the near future. “I probably won’t score three touchdowns every game,” Stoneburner said, “but I just like to be out there making plays.”
Gabriel Jesus has welcomed the competition that Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino provides him for a spot in Brazil’s national team ahead of the World Cup in RussiaThe Manchester City forward captained his country in their 2-0 win over Croatia in a friendly at Anfield, despite being at least two years and 10 months younger than any other player in the squad at 21 years old.Yet, Jesus chose to congratulate Firmino for his goal and is positive that their rivalry will be a “great thing” for Brazil“I’m very happy for him, for the national team and for all of us Brazilians,” said Jesus, according to the Manchester City website.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“It’s good to have healthy competition. He had an excellent season I had only a good season due to my injury. But that happens and I congratulate him.“I am very happy that he could score and it is like this if he is doing good, I will work to be even better.“That’s a great thing to have, this healthy competition for the national team.”Brazil will now face Austria next Sunday before starting their Group E campaign against Switzerland on 17 June.
The former Arsenal and AC Milan midfielder believes the ex-Gunners manager could be a perfect addition to the Italian clubArsene Wenger left English Premier League club Arsenal after 22 years there.And for former Gunners and AC Milan midfielder Mathieu Flamini, the Frenchman could be the perfect addition to the Rossoneri.“I’m very close to Arsene, it’s been very inspiring for me to work with him. So I think he would be great for AC Milan,” Flamini was reported saying by ESPN.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“Even if they already have a great manager in Gattuso, who I played with.”“But Arsene, I worked with him for many years. I don’t need to tell you he’s an incredible manager. He proved it for many years. If he goes to AC Milan, I’m sure he’d do a great job,” he added.“Arsene has a huge amount of experience, and he’s very smart. So he’s someone who will be able to adapt to any type of football.”“And it would be an incredible ad for Italian football to have him there. And maybe he’ll create a new style, who knows? He’s done a lot for English football, coming here and creating this new football based on technique and short passes. So why not do that in Italy?” he asked.
“The PDA is appealing to the Premier and his seemingly impotent administration to forthwith grab the bull by the horns and effectively deal with this dangerous and out of control jitney operations.” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe third political party, the Progressive Democratic Alliance or PDA is crying shame on the Rufus Ewing led Government for inaction when it comes to the illegal jitneys. “The recent public appeal in a press release issued by the ministry of Tourism advising our visitors against using jitney services is simply a cop-out as government attempts to shift the responsibility on unwary visitors instead of the Government undertaking its responsibility.” Party Leader, Oswald Skippings in a media release said he is deeply distressed by the reports reaching his desk, “…reports of abuses by illegal jitney operators on their passengers continue to surface as these operators are becoming increasingly bold and conspicuous on the roadside and at the resorts. In fact, these jitneys are openly embraced by some hotels to the extent of front desk workers calling them and giving jitney drivers hotel guests as passengers in preference of legitimate licensed taxi operators.” This boldness led to the Minister of Tourism issuing a release to denounce the service; Mr. Skippings said the PNP Administration is shirking responsibility. Skippings said the illegal and dangerous business should be regulated, and he had some stern words for the Premier. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina. File PhotoPrime minister Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka for Rome on Sunday morning on a four-day official visit to Italy to join the upcoming meeting of the Rome-based International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) as one of its keynote speakers at the invitation of IFAD president Gilbert F Houngbo.The prime minister will present the keynote paper at the meeting on 13 February, reports news agency UNB.Sheikh Hasina and her entourage left Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 10:05 am by an Emirates flight.Finance minister AMA Muhith, agriculture minister Matia Chowdhury and foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali are accompanying the prime minister.Hasina will reach Fiumicino Airport, Rome around 6:45 pm (local time) via Dubai. She will be taken to Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel in Rome where she will be staying during her visit.On Monday morning, the prime minister will go to the Vatican City where she will be given audience by Pope Francis after guard of honour there.She will also have a meeting with Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin and visit Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter’s Basilica.In the evening, Hasina will join dinner to be hosted by the Bangladesh ambassador in Rome.On 13 February, the prime minister will attend the inaugural session of the Governing Council of IFAD and deliver her keynote paper.Later, she will attend lunch to be hosted by IFAD president in honour of keynote speakers.In the evening, she will join a community reception arranged by the local unit of Awami League.The theme of this year’s IFAD council is ‘From fragility to long-term resilience: Investing in sustainable rural economies.’The governing Council of IFAD is the Fund’s principal governing body having full decision-making powers.It consists of all of IFAD’s member states and meets annually. It is attended by the official Member State representatives. Observers are also invited to attend sessions.IFAD has more than 30 years of experience working in Bangladesh.The Prime Minister will leave Rome on the afternoon of 14 February and reach Dhaka on 15 February morning.
L A 47-year-old Indian woman allegedly attacked her 27-year-old neighbour after he made sexual advances towards her — Photo: ANIA middle-aged Indian woman attacked her alleged stalker and cut off his genitals before rushing him to hospital to save his life, police said on Thursday.The accused woman on Tuesday asked two men to lure the 25-year-old to an isolated place in the suburbs of Mumbai where the three of them assaulted him and the woman used a kitchen knife to cut off his genitals, police said.In a statement to police, the 42-year-old woman said the victim was her neighbor and had several times harassed her. She decided to “teach him a lesson”, a police inspector told Reuters.But the woman realized he could die and rushed him to hospital. Both the knife and the genitals have been recovered, police said.“He is on ventilator support and is still critical,” said a doctor at the hospital.The woman and her two alleged acquaintances are in police custody while investigations continue.Sexual violence and harassment of women have been a growing concern in India in recent years and police and governments have been criticized for failing to keep the streets of major cities safe.
In news of a completely different nature, researchers discovered a hack that allows access to personal data on Windows, Android and iOS devices—in testing they found they could access the devices between 82 and 92 percent of the time, which meant they were able to hack the accounts of services used on those devices, and frustratingly, there doesn’t appear to be a way to block it. In other scary news, a team of researchers in Denmark has found a link between the common antibiotic clarithromycin and heart deaths—it’s used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections.More optimistically, a group working at Michigan State University has found a way to create a new type of solar collector that doesn’t block the view—because it’s clear. And if you’ve been wondering why global warming is taking a break, a team in Switzerland thinks it’s because of El Niño/La Niña and solar fluctuations. And finally, if you were hoping to be part of the generation of people that live forever, you may be out of luck as a team of researchers has concluded that living forever may never be possible—sadly, they think they’ve found evidence that we humans have reached a plateau. Explore further Citation: Best of Last Week – Evidence of quark-gluon interactions, new portable device hack and why we may never live forever (2014, August 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-08-week-evidence-quark-gluon-interactions-portable.html Researchers find first direct evidence of ‘spin symmetry’ in atoms (Phys.org) —With summer drawing to a close, research is starting to heat up. Last week, physicists at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider used supercomputer calculations to offer evidence that particles predicted by the theory of quark-gluon interactions are being produced in heavy-ion collisions—it’s the first such evidence found and it should offer scientists a way to mimic condition that existed 14 billion years ago. Also, researchers at the Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics in Denver Colorado have found the first direct evidence of “spin symmetry” in atoms. The team used an ultra-stable laser and their findings could lead to a better understanding of superconductivity and colossal magneto-resistance. Meanwhile, another team at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory demonstrated ultra low-field nuclear magnetic resonance using Earth’s magnetic field—it was a proof of concept experiment looking into ways to sense the interior chemical and physical attributes of an object from a distance, without sampling or encapsulating it. And in another first, physicists at Yale University have succeeded in chilling the world’s coolest molecules—they cooled samples of strontium monofluoride, to 2.5 thousandths of a degree above absolute zero using a laser isolating and cooling process—it’s the lowest temperature ever achieved by scientists for a molecule. © 2014 Phys.org This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. This is an illustration of symmetry in the magnetic properties — or nuclear ‘spins’ — of strontium atoms. JILA researchers observed that if two atoms have the same nuclear spin state (top), they interact weakly, and the interaction strength does not depend on which of the 10 possible nuclear spin states are involved. If the atoms have different nuclear spin states (bottom), they interact much more strongly, and, again, always with the same strength. Credit: Ye and Rey groups and Steve Burrows/JILA
Darjeeling: The death of a class 6 student in a school hostel has shaken Darjeeling. The family of the deceased, suspecting foul play has lodged a complaint at the Darjeeling police station. Along with the police investigation, a Magisterial inquest was also conducted.The incident occurred on Friday evening and an autopsy was conducted on Sunday The boarders of Good Start Academy in Darjeeling found a fellow boarder, Aditya Raj, hanging from the bunker bed in his hostel room. A towel was draped around his neck. He was still breathing after his school teachers brought him down. He was immediately rushed to Darjeeling Sadar Hospital where he was declared brought dead. Dipak Kumar, father of the deceased stated that Aditya was admitted to Class 6 in Good Start Academy, Darjeeling on July 16. The family hails from Vivekananda Colony, Begampur Chowk, Patna. “After he took admission, we left Darjeeling on July 16. On July 20 evening, we received a call stating that my son tried to commit suicide and we were immediately asked to come to Darjeeling. We started for Darjeeling on road,” stated Dipak Kumar. On reaching Darjeeling on Saturday morning, the school authorities stated that Aditya was no more. “We saw the spot where the school authorities claim that Aditya had hung himself. We do not believe that he committed suicide seeing the height of the spot,” claimed Dipak Kumar. The family members have lodged a complaint at the Darjeeling Sadar police station. “On Saturday, we received a complaint from the parents. We have initiated a murder case based on the complaint. Police are investigating. The body has been sent to North Bengal Medical College and Hospital, Siliguri for an autopsy. The hospital authorities are seeking specialized help as well. We are awaiting the reports,” stated Amarnath K, Superintendent of Police (Operation), Darjeeling. “A magisterial inquest was also conducted. Along with a ligature mark on the neck, external bruises in the body were also seen. We have handed over our report,” stated Avik Chatterjee, SDO, Darjeeling. The school authorities were not available for comments. The school earlier known as Good Start Montessori School is located in Chandmari, Darjeeling. The school founded in 1980 has classes from Play Group to Class 8.
ShareTweet A specially-commissioned ship’s bell honouring the Newfoundland Escort Force (NEF) will be on display at the Tower Museum in Derry until the end of August 2018 – before it is transported to Canada where it will find a permanent home.The ‘Newfoundland Escort Force Bell’ is the third and final ‘convoy’ bell which has been specially commissioned to connect the wartime port cities of Derry, Halifax (Nova Scotia) and St John’s (Newfoundland) – three naval bases that played a pivotal role during the ‘Battle of the Atlantic’ and commonly referred to as ‘The Triangle Run’.The project has been a joint venture between veterans of the Royal Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy to ensure that the service and sacrifice of those who participated in the Battle of the Atlantic is never forgotten. The Newfoundland Escort Force Bell is mounted on a hardwood stand and was manufactured in Derry. The bell was specially designed by Chairman of the Londonderry Branch of the Royal Naval Association, Robert Buchanan and prototypes were created by Billy Doherty – with the final piece crafted by John Nesbitt.Robert Buchanan, Chairman of the Derry Branch of the Royal Naval Association, said: “The project to commission the set of three ‘convoy bells’ is now almost complete. The third bell – the Newfoundland Escort Force Bell – will be making its way across the North Atlantic in September.“We are very pleased that Museum Services are able to display the bell before it goes to its permanent home in St John’s, Newfoundland. Indeed, we see the bells as a great visual asset in our ongoing quest to raise awareness of our unique maritime history.“I would therefore encourage as many people as possible to come along to the Tower Museum and learn a little bit more about the Battle of the Atlantic – at a time when the Foyle was buzzing with activity and the North West of Ireland was known throughout the world.“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Londonderry Port & Harbour, the Museum Services of Derry City & Strabane District Council, the Canadian Veterans, their families and friends, and sister branches of the Royal Naval Association – without whose support this amazing project would simply not have happened.”For further information on the ‘Newfoundland Escort Force Bell’ and opening times please contact the Tower Museum on 02871 372411 or email email@example.comNewfoundland bell honouring ‘Battle of the Atlantic’ ties on show at Tower Museum was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: DerryDerry BranchNewfoundland bell honouring ‘Battle of the Atlantic’ ties on show at Tower MuseumNorth AtlanticRobert BuchananRoyal Naval AssociationTower Museum Back in 2005, the first bell was consecrated at St Columb’s Cathedral in Derry and is currently on display in St Brendan’s Church, Halifax. The second bell – named after the famed ‘Newfie-Derry Run’ – was consecrated in the Anglican Cathedral of St John the Baptist in St John’s Newfoundland, and transported to Derry in 2007 where it is a prominent feature in the Tower Museum.The third and final bell in the series – the Newfoundland Escort Force Bell – was commissioned by the Londonderry Branch of the Royal Naval Association. It was consecrated in St Columb’s Cathedral on Sunday 20th May – during this year’s Battle of the Atlantic anniversary commemorations.Following its display at the Tower Museum, the final ‘convoy’ bell will be transported to Canada in September – where it will be presented to the city of St John’s and the people of Newfoundland in recognition of the contribution of the Escort Force in protecting merchant ships as convoys made their way through German U-boat ‘wolf packs’ to get much needed supplies to the UK.
2012 summer is coming, as everyone knows the summer is a fruit gathering season, in such a season which we all need how to manage the fruit business? Business fruit, the threshold does not seem high, but the scale is far.
fruit with a variety of business scale: how to do fruit business? Is there put fruit stand in the street, and some grocery store together with joint operation also has the fruit store. Every summer, there are specialized in the street to sell fruit trucks, equivalent to a mobile fruit stalls.