Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters “I think, to be safe, 12 points should see us through to the Asian Cup,” said Palami. “It also depends on the other games, but for us the objective is to win all of our games which will give us a lot of confidence going to the finals of the Asian Cup.”After the Yemen match in Qatar, the Azkals still have two matches left in the third round—an away game against Nepal in Kathmandu on Nov. 14 and a home duel with Tajikistan on March 27.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Read Next Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Can Sen. Pacquiao outfox the sly Bob Arum? MOST READ Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side LATEST STORIES BACOLOD CITY—Regardless of the result of the clash against Yemen in Asian Cup Qualifying Tuesday night, the Philippines is already planning another training camp in the Middle East next month to prepare for the return leg against the Yemenis who play home matches in Doha, Qatar.Azkals manager Dan Palami believes a more intensive buildup will be key against Yemen in their Oct. 10 match. The Filipinos currently sit on top of Group F with six points from their first two matches.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
The British government has been accused of spying on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, sparking an outrage among civil rights campaigners in the country. A video released by WikiLeaks claim that three cameras have been erected outside the entrance of his temporary home in Ellingham Hall, Norfolk, to keep track of people visiting him. “We suddenly noticed them appearing since we have been here. We believe they are monitoring everything that goes in and out of the property,” Sarah Harrison, one of the WikiLeaks’ team, was quoted as saying in the video, titled ‘House Arrest’, published by Telegraph online. “I am not an expert on cameras but I believe that these take number plates and report number plates. I think the country is full of them but I don?t know why I need quite so many of them around my house,” said Vaughan Smith, the owner of the Ellingham Hall, where Assange moved into in mid– December as he fights extradition to Sweden over allegations of sexual crimes. The 39-year-old Australian has denied charges. But the clamp on his movement and spying on his visitors has sparked an outrage, with civil liberties campaign groups slamming the government. “Regardless of the allegations made against Mr Assange, he has not been charged with any crime,” said Daniel Hamilton, director of Big Brother Watch. “For his movements ? and those of his visitors ? to be monitored in this way constitutes an outrageous invasion of personal privacy. These cameras must be removed immediately,” he demanded.advertisement- With PTI inputsFor more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.
India’s very own Mars Orbiter Mission popularly known as Mangalyaan, was launched by Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) back on November 5, 2013. Today it has finally made its entry into Mars’s orbit, making the mission a successful bet. Not only in India, the success is being celebrated and appreciated worldwide. In the words of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi “History has been created.” Here are top 8 facts about Mangalyaan that you need to know:1. India is the first country to conduct a successful Mars mission ‘Mangalyaan’ on its first try after US, European Space Agency and the former Soviet Union.2. Mangalyaan’s on-orbit mission life is less than ten months.3. The essential target of the mission is to showcase nation’s rocket launch frameworks, shuttle building and operations capacities.4. Mangalyaan is equipped with at least five solar powered equipments which will accumulate the information on Martian Climate and water, if it still exists on Mars. The Orbiter is expected to investigate the surface of the planet, availability of minerals and environment.5. The closest and farthest points of the Orbiter from Mars will be 365 Km and 80,000 Km respectively.6. The Mission was carried out in a period of 15 months, utilizing an amount close to Rs 450 crores.7. The Indian Deep Space Network will take care of navigation and keeping a check on the operations of the mission. NASA’s Deep Space Network will assist in administrations amid the non-visible time of the Indian Deep Space Network.8. The dry mass of the shuttle is 500 Kilos while will carry 850 Kilos of Propellant and Oxidizer to fuel the engine. advertisement
England lost six wickets to collapse to 302 all out as Australia roared back in the first Ashes Test on day two at the Gabba today.The tourists were building their first innings in an 83- run partnership between Dawid Malan and Moeen Ali before Malan’s dismissal triggered a clatter of wickets before lunch.Joe Root’s team tumbled from 246 for four to be all out as Australia seized the upper hand following an attritional opening day.Fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins each took three wickets and spinner Nathan Lyon two to bundle out the tourists with six wickets for 56.Malan, the Middlesex left-hander, hit 11 fours in his third Test fifty before he top-edged a Mitchell Starc lifter and was caught by Shaun Marsh at deep square leg for 56.Seven balls later, in the 104th over, off-spinner Lyon removed all-rounder Moeen Ali leg before wicket for 38, with the dismissal confirmed on review.Lyon, who was threatening with his drift and turn, struck again with the first ball of his next over, bowling Chris Woakes for a duck.Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow followed shortly afterwards for nine, as he attempted to pull Pat Cummins only to dolly to gloveman Tim Paine for his first catch on his Test return after seven years in the wilderness.Jake Ball smacked three fours before he was snapped up by a diving David Warner at leg slip off Starc for 14, and Stuart Broad was dropped by Marsh before he went for 20 to an outfield catch by Peter Handscomb.Starc finished with three for 77, Cummins took three for 85 and Lyon two for 78.Malan had looked in command before his false shot to a Starc lifter and batted for 130 balls in his first Ashes Test, hitting some impressive boundaries. November 24, 2017 Published on RELATED Australia’s David Warner dives unsuccessfully to take a catch hit by England’s Jonny Bairstow during the second day of the first Ashes cricket test match. – Reuters cricket Cummins grabs breakthrough after England dominate Australia’s David Warner dives unsuccessfully to take a catch hit by England’s Jonny Bairstow during the second day of the first Ashes cricket test match. – Reuters × Fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins each took three wickets and spinner Nathan Lyon two to bundle out the tourists SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE COMMENT COMMENTS
In an interview with JIS News on Tuesday (September 4), SSP Allen informed that more than 200 police officers were deployed on Monday (September 3) to key traffic lights and intersections to help with the control of traffic and ensure that motorists adhere to the rules of the road. Commanding Officer for the Traffic and Highway Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Calvin Allen, says the police will be maintaining a presence at traffic lights in the Corporate Area during peak hours in order to maintain law and order. Story Highlights Commanding Officer for the Traffic and Highway Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Calvin Allen, says the police will be maintaining a presence at traffic lights in the Corporate Area during peak hours in order to maintain law and order.In an interview with JIS News on Tuesday (September 4), SSP Allen informed that more than 200 police officers were deployed on Monday (September 3) to key traffic lights and intersections to help with the control of traffic and ensure that motorists adhere to the rules of the road.“That is intertwined with members of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) giving crucial support along certain corridors. Our police officers, during peak hours, will continue to be at these crucial intersections for a long while to come. We want to ensure that our presence is there to keep order and to, as best as possible, reduce or eliminate indiscipline that exists by some motorists,” SSP Allen told JIS News.“What we will do is continue to assess [and] reassess our deployment strategies and to treat with whatever comes as time goes by. The focus is to ensure that order is maintained and that the travelling public can commute with a level of ease,” he added.SSP Allen told JIS News that members of the public have been giving positive feedback with regards to the presence of the security personnel.“The presence of our police officers along the various corridors and intersections has made a tremendous difference in terms of how traffic flows. We have gotten [positive] feedback from the public as to their travel time,” he said.SSP Allen is urging motorists to be patient as the road improvement works continue.“The corridors under construction are going to take a while… . There will be challenges, especially with the major road constructions taking place and the fact that certain corridors do not have the lanes that they used to have. Nevertheless, we are ensuring that our presence along these corridors and intersections is there, as best as possible, to get people to work in reasonable time and getting our children to school,” he said.