News Updates”Ensure Adequate Supply Of Oxygen Beds, Covid Medicines To Patients In Goa, Security Measures For Doctors “: Plea In Bombay High Court Nupur Thapliyal5 May 2021 9:45 PMShare This – xA petition has been moved in the Bombay High Court, Goa Bench, seeking directions on the Respondent authorities to ensure adequate supply of oxygen beds, covid 19 medicines for all patients in Goa and also for ensuring security measures for doctors and medical personnel to avoid cases of harassment and violence against them in Covid 19 wards.The plea moved by South Goa Advocates Association additional prays for directions to enhance testing program for timely detection of covid and also to ensure adequate supply of vaccines to all age groups.The Respondents in the matter are State of Goa, Union of India, Goa Association of Resident Doctors, Dean of Goa Medical College and Directorate of Health Services, Goa.The plea is likely to be heard by the Goa Bench today.Stating that the condition of availability of beds in Goa is worsening, the plea highlights that critical patients “have to be managed on trolleys and floors and are also kept on ventilators in the critical COVID wards.” Moreover, it is also stated in the plea that wards with capacity of 30 beds have more than 50 patients on average. “In addition to the inadequate supply of oxygen, there are various other issues plaguing the health system in Goa which is causing havoc due to the overburdened health system. The Petitioners state that there is shortage of life saving drugs which need to be administered timely to the patients suffering from COVID-19.” The plea reads.Addressing the instances of violence and harasment faced by doctors and medical professionals in Covid 19 wards, the plea states that the Respondents ought to take forthwith measures to curb the harassment and violence meted out against the doctors and other medical personnel.Highlighting that Goa is witnessing close to 2000-3000 fresh cases per day over the last few days, the plea seeks the following prayers:- To issue an Order and Direction to the Respondents to ensure a steady supply of oxygen to patients requiring oxygen at various hospitals in Goa.- To issue an Order and Direction to the Respondents to setup additional beds in various hospitals in Goa with the facility to provide oxygen supply to the patients requiring oxygen as part of their treatment.- To issue an Order and Direction to the Respondents to make necessary arrangements to ensure the timely supply of all the necessary lifesaving drugs and medicines to COVID-19 patients admitted in various hospitals in the State of Goa.- To ensure availability of adequate medical personnel including doctors at all the Government Hospitals in the State of Goa. To enforce strict measures to protect doctors and medical personnel from harassment and violence.- To ensure that adequate supply of vaccines against covid 19 is made available in the State of Goa.Tags#Bombay High Court Bombay High Court Goa Bench COVID -19 Public interest litigation (PIL) second covid wave oxygen beds covid medicines Next Story
Villaceran’s apprehension was staged onthe strength of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Reginald Fuentebella of theRegional Trial Court Branch 73 in Sagay City dated Feb. 3, 2020. The 38-year-old resident Ryan Villaceranwas caught around 7:15 p.m. on March 15, a police report showed. BACOLOD City – Police nabbed a manfacing drug charges in Barangay Poblacion 1, Sagay City, Negros Occidental. He was detained in the lockup cell ofthe Sagay City police station./PN
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 25, 2018 at 11:43 pm Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez During an early season road trip, junior forward Severin Soerlie pressed his belly against the floor, put his hands at his sides and slithered between two airport gates. He was performing midfielder Hugo Delhommelle’s favorite task to dish out: Act like a snake for 20 seconds in public.The transfer broke character and shooed bystanders. A couple dozen feet away, his teammates beamed. It was all in good fun, anyway — Soerlie’s impersonation of a snake was a consequence after losing a card game. Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre wasn’t surprised. He’s used to the “weirdness” his team exhibits off, and sometimes on, the pitch.“Some (impersonations) are quite funny. Some are …,” McIntyre paused, a smile cracking at the corners of his mouth, “… tough.”For years, SU players have completed tasks after losing competitions. After roster turnover, the embarrassing acts help familiarize the squad with each other, former and current Orange said. The tasks — acting like an animal or wearing a uniform at a public team dinner, among other things — are like a rite of passage.Laura Angle | Digital Design EditorAdvertisementThis is placeholder textSome Syracuse teams use dodgeball or Fortnite to bond. But card games, former defender Louis Cross said, are an SU men’s soccer “tradition,” specifically during road trips. This week, the Orange (3-3-1, 0-2-0 Atlantic Coast) preps for its second-longest road swing of the season. The team heads to Blacksburg, Virginia, for No. 21 Virginia Tech on Sept. 28 and Akron, Ohio, for the Zips three days later.“We started with a random punishment, and everyone liked it,” Delhommelle said. “… We play video games, but we also play cards. We’re like the old generation.”Before cards, “punishments” were dished out after rounds of Settlers of Catan, a board game in which players colonize a fictional island. Sergio Camargo, who transferred to Syracuse in 2016 for his senior season, bought Catan on Amazon. The team’s international athletes introduced poker and Go Fish shortly after. Swedish-born midfielder Jonathan Hagman said foreign players forced themselves to speak English during Catan and card games.Losing any game corresponded with a task. Once, a goaltender on the 2015 team wore his full kit, from cleats to gloves, during a team breakfast. Some underclassmen recited poems in front of the team. Others walked around like a Tyrannosaurus rex or flapped their arms like birds.“It’s very funny because it’s not that embarrassing,” Hagman said. “It’s a good group. We’d never force anyone to do anything they wouldn’t want to do.”When Camargo graduated, Catan stopped. But cards stuck in a new form.Delhommelle transferred from Lander University last season and brought a new card game with him. It has no name, midfielder Jan Breitenmoser said, but Syracuse calls it “21.” Delhommelle wasn’t sure how he learned the game, either. All that’s certain is the game’s central principle: There aren’t winners. Just one loser.Each player starts with seven cards in the first round. The game’s objective is to top another player’s card with a higher number or face card. After six rounds, the owner of the highest card remaining loses the round by as many points on their card. Once your score totals 21, you lose.Some, such as Hagman, pride themselves on how little they’ve lost. This season, SU brought out the “classic” punishments, along with a few new embarrassing acts. Assistant coach Matt Verni joined the game, lost and had to wear a shower cap during a pregame walkthrough. McIntyre and associate head coach Jukka Masalin have open invitations to join in but haven’t accepted.Before a flight earlier this year, Breitenmoser walked a fake runway in the airport. His teammates surrounded him and acted like photographers. Delhommelle recalled Breitenmoser’s strut as “impressive.”“When we’re away, we just don’t have much to do,” Delhommelle said. “It was very simple. We were looking for an easy game that everyone could play.” Comments
VIDEO#ReadyFor TweetsShare on: WhatsApp President Museveni and his cabinet receive the World Cup trophy at State House today.Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The FIFA World Cup trophy is in Uganda, as it continues its world tour ahead of Russia 2018. The tour, sponsored by Coca-Cola, one of the World’s largest beverage companies, serves as one avenue of cementing their relationship with their customers and the soccer fans. President Yoweri Museveni and cabinet received the trophy today, it was displayed at a VIP dinner later and will be available for the rest of Ugandans to view inside Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala on Tuesday. For one to access the ground, they will only be required to buy a bottle of soda made by Coca-Cola. This will be the second time the precious trophy is coming to Uganda since 2009.
21 Jan 2014 Laura Davies backs girls’ scholarships Golf legend Laura Davies has returned to her roots to back new golf scholarships for girls. Four Laura Davies Scholarships are being offered at West Byfleet Golf Club in Surrey, where the former world number one honed her skills before turning professional. The successful quartet will each get membership to use the course and practise facilities as well as receive a series of free coaching clinics. Laura, winner of more than 80 pro tournaments worldwide, including four majors, said: “I’m proud and delighted to back what will be a fantastic opportunity for girls at West Byfleet Golf Club.” “I have so many great memories of the wonderful support I received from so many members and friends of the club when I was starting out on my way, some of whom I’m still in regular contact.” She added: “I’m sure these scholarships will really help generate interest in what is a great sport, one which has opened so many doors for me and given so much enjoyment over the last 40-plus years. I wish the lucky recipients every success – I know I’d have jumped at the chance to take part!” Successful applicants are expected to be active members of the club’s junior section, participating fully in competitions as well as representing the club in external competitions. All applicants must be girls with an active CONGU golf handicap and be between the ages of 11 and 16 years old on 1 January 2014. The closing date for applications is 20 February 2014 and further details are available from [email protected] or by telephoning 01932 343433, option 6.
24 Mar 2016 England Golf Partnership appoints new chairman and board member Nic Coward has been appointed as the independent Chairman of the England Golf Partnership (EGP), which works to grow the game by increasing participation.Martha Brass, a senior operations executive in the media sector, becomes an independent member of the Management Board.Nic was the General Secretary of the Premier League until 2015, the world’s most followed and commercially successful league, and a non-executive director of the Football Association. Prior to that he was the first chief executive of the British Horseracing Authority, the governing body of the UK’s second biggest spectator sport.He will also chair the EGP’s new Leadership Group which brings together key industry figures to collaborate on the development of a plan for golf in England for 2017 to 2021.Martha is the Chief Executive Officer, International Operations, of the Endemol Shine Group, a global content creator, producer and distributor with a portfolio of international hits including Big Brother, Broadchurch, Deal or No Deal, MasterChef, Mr. Bean and many more. She is also a non-executive director of a leading Israeli commercial television franchisee.She will provide leadership for an EGP group measuring the return on investment across initiatives to grow the game that receive funding from Sport England.Nic and Martha join the Partnership at a time when figures from Sport England’s Active People Survey indicate that the decline in participation is stabilising.Sandy Jones, Chief Executive of the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), said: “We are delighted to welcome Nic and Martha and look forward to working with them. This is a very exciting time for Partnership with the creation of the Leadership Group which will create new ideas and approaches.”Nick Pink, Chief Executive of England Golf, added: “Nic and Martha bring tremendous experience to the board and this will be invaluable in helping us to meet our goals of encouraging more people to play golf more often and to increase the number of golf club members in England.”The England Golf Partnership brings together the amateur governing body, England Golf, and the Professional Golfers’ Association to grow the game with the support of the Golf Foundation and Sport England National Lottery funding. The Partnership’s Whole Sport Plan for golf aims to increase and widen participation in golf, from grass roots to elite level
“We are very proud of this accomplishment. Kayla has improved by over 20 seconds this year in the very important Individual Medley events and this ensures that she is developing all four competitive swim strokes ensuring proper athlete development,” Park said.Fraserswam’s FINA point scores in the 200 IM event helped secure her a spot on the Zone One 2014 BC Summer Games Team who compete this coming July in Nanaimo. Fraserswam also competed in the 50 Free, 200 Free, and 400 Free (where she took off almost 19 seconds from her previous best time) and she just narrowly missed a place in the 100 Freestyle final finishing in 17th place.Also turning in a impressive meet was Tenysha Ross Van Meirlo from Castlegar. Ross Van Meirlo competed in the 50 Free, 100 Free, 400 Free, 100 Back, 200 Back, 100 Breast & 200 Individual Medley over the three-day meet and qualified for three afternoon finals.Ross Van Meirlo finished in 15th place for the 100 Breaststroke, 12th place in the 200 IM and 10th place in the 400 Free in the process lowering her personal best time by over seven seconds off setting a new Team Record in the process. Coach Bill Park was pleased with the performances as swimmers from the Trail Regional Aquatic eXcellence (TRAX) competed in the Swim BC AA Long Course Provincial Championship Swim Meet held last month in Victoria.Park was impressed with all swimmers at the championships, including Kayla Fraserswam who achieved personal best times in all races.The weekend performance was highlighted by the 200 meter Individual Medley event where she broke the three minute mark, swimming a 2:59.76.
Beo – let the battle begin!Beo will be holding a battle of the bands for secondary school students in the Greenroom, Letterkenny on Friday September 20th at 7:30pm. All sorts of acts are welcome – solo, bands, R’n’B, DJ etc. Each act will be required to perform 3 songs in total, and one song must be an original.The winning act will be chosen based on a combination of crowd votes and a panel of guest judges. The overall winners will be announced following a special performance by Mojo GoGo.The winning act will be given the chance to perform live at the opening of the national Beo competition 2013/14 in Limerick in front of a crowd of over 200.For more information or to apply, email [email protected] BEO LAUNCHES BATTLE OF THE BANDS FOR DONEGAL SCHOOLS was last modified: August 30th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Battle of the BandsBeo
A young Convoy man has proved once again that he on top of his game by winning a prestigious world Irish Dancing Championship. Conor Rodgers, 21, from Killynure in Convoy has a unique list of sports and past-times as he combines Irish dancing with soccer and GAA. Conor dances for The Mc Conomy Bradley Doherty Academy of Irish Dancing and he had a very successful 2018, winning the Irish National Championship, All Scotland Championship and Great Britain Championship.But the rising star has gone one better this year by winning the U21 Men’s Irish Dancing Championship in the United States.The week-long championships took place in the Sheraton Greensboro Hotel and Joseph S Koury Convention Centre from Sunday, April 14 to Sunday, April 21. Rodgers, son of proud parents Michael and Sharon Rodgers, travelled to North Carolina during the Easter holidays in a bid to be crowned the World Champion.2019 is set to be Rodgers’ final year with Irish Dancing and the university student topped it off with a World Championship.Conor is currently in his third year for a degree in Physiotherapy in Jordanstown, which he is on course to graduate from this summer.Many thanks to Emer Devir and Sharon Rodgers for the photos of Conor with his world title.Tip-Tap-Toe! Convoy man seals Irish dancing world title triumph in US! was last modified: April 21st, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
American Airlines Boeing 767-300, registered N345AN, operating flight AA383 from Chicago to Miami with 161 passengers and 9 crew, aborted its take-off and has caught fire.The flight was well down runway 28R when the pilots rejected the takeoff because of a suspected uncontained engine failure and fire.Crew initiated an emergency evacuation and 20 people were taken to hospital with minor injuries.The 767-300 sustained significant damage.Many passengers filmed the evacuation. Once again passengers have risked their safety and that of their fellow passengers by insisting on taking their carry-on baggage with them.Video of the inside of the 767 taken during the evacuation shows many baggage bins open while passengers can be seen with their carry on baggage.Read: Grab for bags could cause airfares to tripleJet engines are designed with a containment ring to prevent the shrapnel generated by disintegrating parts from tearing through the cabin or fuel tanks but in rare cases this does not work.A source told Reuters the failure in this case was so intense a disk from the CF-6 engine hit a nearby building roof.The news agency said US National Transportation Safety Board officials were looking for clues as to whether the fault lay with the engine, with maintenance or a freak event such as debris on the runway entering the engine.GE spokesman Rick Kennedy told it on Saturday that the plane engine dated from the 1980s or 1990s and had been serviced by the airline.