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Share Share 74 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Tweet LocalNews Police call for responsible behavior during long weekend by: – April 30, 2011 Share Acting Superintendant Claude Weekes.Acting Superintendant Claude Weekes is asking Dominicans to behave responsibly during the festive weekend, as Dominicans celebrate another holiday.Monday May 02, will mark May Day a traditional workers holiday held here annually, and those who are planning to commit mischief during the celebrations should stay home, says Police Public Relations Officer, Acting Assistant Superintendent Claude Weekes.Click here for audio: Weekes says police will exercise zero-tolerance to unacceptable behaviour and will take people before the court once it is necessary.Dominica Vibes News read more
New Delhi (IANS) World Championships silver medallist Anjum Moudgil, who is currently looking to book a place in the Indian shooting contingent for the Tokyo Olympics, expressed that the Khelo India University Games will be a great platform for the upcoming athletes. After successfully organizing the Khelo India Youth Games, the Indian government has decided to conduct a competition for the university-level athletes in Bhubaneswar from February 22 to March 1, 2020.“It’s really good that the Indian government is conducting a Khelo India tournament for another age category. I am really happy with the way the Khelo India Games are organized in India. It’s a really big tournament. I am looking forward to the University Games, I think it’ll be a very good platform for all upcoming athletes,” said the 26-year-old.When asked about the expectations from the Indian shooting team at the Tokyo Olympics, the 26-year-old said that she is hoping for a good performance by the entire contingent at the quadrennial event.“Our shooting team is the best in the world. I am really happy that I am part of this team. This team is really good at the world level. My teammates are breaking records and winning medals. I am sure the results in the upcoming tournaments will be really good. I am expecting a good performance by the entire shooting contingent at the Olympics,” said Moudgil.India has seen a host of young shooters to make their mark on the world stage since the last Olympics in 2016. Moudgil expressed that she is very happy to see how the youngsters have capitalized on the availability of facilities and good coaches in India. IANSAlso Read: Aizawl FC, Churchill Brothers FC share spoils in thrilling drawAlso Watch: Watch | First Reaction of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Union Budget 2020 read more
PREMIER League friends of Dele Alli have come up with a plan to make his stolen watches too hot to handle so they can’t be sold on.Three prized timepieces worth at least £350,000 were nicked in a terrifying raid at the England ace’s £2million home — as exclusively revealed in yesterday’s Sun.7 Dele Alli’s Premier League pals have hatched a plan to make the £350k watches, that were stolen from his home, impossible to sellCredit: Paul Edwards – The SunDele, 24, has circulated details of their makes and models.Footie pals have said they will alert their watch dealers, and let him know if anyone is offering anything suspicious.A source said: “These robbers might think they have hit the jackpot stealing these watches, but they are going to face real problems cashing them in.“Footballers use a handful of dealers and none will touch a stolen watch because they know it could cause serious problems down the line.7 The footballer’s girlfriend Ruby Mae drives away from the house todayCredit: Paul Edwards – The Sun“It’s not unusual for cops in Dubai and Italy to demand to see papers for watches when passengers pass through security.“Can you imagine if a watch stolen in a violent robbery ends up on a wrist of a player who then gets arrested?“Dele is well connected through the England squad and knows players in Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool and London where all the main dealers are.“These dealers know if they accidentally bought any watch that turned out to be one of Dele’s, then they would never sell to a footballer again.”7 The £2m home Dele was in with his girlfriend and brother Harry at the time of the raidCredit: Paul Edwards – The SunThe prized pieces are a £150,000 Richard Mille 11-03, a £150,000 Patek Philippe 5980 Nautilus and a £50,000 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak chrono.Dele was struck in the face by two robbers armed with knives who burst into his North London home at 12.30am on Wednesday.He had been playing pool with girlfriend Ruby and brother Harry.Dele was seen driving back from a training session yesterday, while Ruby was also behind the wheel of a car after a brief trip out from their locked down home.7 Dele cast a cautious look as he left the plush property todayCredit: Paul Edwards – The SunFollowing the raid in the early hours of Wednesday, the Tottenham midfield ace tweeted: “Thank you for all the messages.“Horrible experience but we’re all okay now.“Appreciate the support.”Met officers are investigating.In March, a machete gang targeted the home of Dele’s team-mate Jan Vertonghen while he was playing for Spurs in Germany.His young family were left traumatised by the ordeal.MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubCrystal Palace defender Mamadou Sakho lost items worth more than £500,000 when his London house was raided in January.Arsenal duo Mesut Özil and Sead Kolašinac were targeted by armed moped robbers for their watches in North London.But they fought them off and kept hold of their possessions.7 The Richard Mille 1103 is worth £150,0007 Patek Philippe 5980 Nautilus is also worth £150,0007 The Audumars Piguet Royal Oak Chrono is worth £50,000Alli had guardBy Mike SullivanA SECURITY guard was in a hut at the front of Dele Alli’s home while robbers got in through the back, it was revealed yesterday.A local security firm director said the employee was hired by Alli, 24, to protect his Herts mansion.It is feared Spurs stars are being targeted after Jan Vertonghen was robbed in March. Ex-Met boss Barry Phillips said criminals may be trailing them from the training ground.Ex-top cop explains why high profile footballers like Dele Alli are likely targets for violent criminals GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL [email protected] read more
Minister of State Joseph Harmon disclosed on Thursday that Government cannot locate the contracts of two major projects that were signed under the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration; however, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo is saying otherwise.Opposition Leader Bharrat JagdeoMinister of State Joseph HarmonAt the post-Cabinet briefing on Thursday, Harmon disclosed that contracts for two controversial projects initiated by the former Administration – the Specialty Hospital and the Amaila Falls Hydro Projects – are yet to be located.He was at the time responding to questions about the release of contracts for PPP/C-projects, which Government stated are marred in corruption. The Opposition Leader had stated on Wednesday that there is nothing preventing the coalition from releasing these documents; however, Harmon the following day posited that confidentiality clauses in most of the contracts are preventing the State from making them public.“I can say this to Mr Jagdeo, there are some contracts that have so much confidentiality about them that are so deeply buried, until now, I cannot see them… I can make reference to two such contracts; one, the Specialty Hospital… and the second one has to do with the Amaila Falls contract, never seen them,” he remarked.The Minister of State went on to say that while in Opposition, they were never shown these contracts even though they were briefed about the projects.“… While we were in the Opposition, we were invited here to these offices to meetings and were told by the (PPP/C) Government that these were confidential arrangements and we are basically briefing you on some of them. But where is the contract, where is it?” Harmon questioned.In fact, he further noted that as of Thursday morning, before the post Cabinet briefing, Finance Minister Winston Jordan had indicated that he is yet to see the Specialty Hospital contract.However, Jagdeo has rubbished the utterances by the State official, saying, “In both cases, I can prove a different story”.The Opposition Leader questioned how can Government say it cannot find the contract or the evaluation report for the Specialty Hospital Project, when they used the same documents to support the appointment of India-based company Fedders Lloyd Corporation Limited.“It was the same evaluation report that the [A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change] APNU/AFC Government used to justify their push of Fedders Lloyd as the new contractor, claiming that that company was ranked number two in the evaluation report, a contention that was proven to be inaccurate,” Jagdeo outlined in a statement on Friday.Moreover, according to the former President, he is reliably informed that the Donald Ramotar Administration gave several briefings to APNU/AFC on the Amaila Falls Hydropower Project, during which most of the technical documents were shared with them.He added too that “I am also aware that in the post-election period, a CD containing the documents related to the Amaila Project was given to a Cabinet Sub-committee. It is not my fault if they don’t even know what they have. Mr Harmon can easily check that CD and find the documents,” the Opposition Leader posited.Nevertheless, Jagdeo opined that the coalition Administration is fearful of releasing the evaluation reports and contracts for projects they dubbed corrupt because they would in turn be exposed for misleading the public in this regard.“At the end of the day, APNU/AFC cannot run from its promise of being transparent and accountable to the Guyanese people. They have a responsibility to release the evaluation reports and contracts for those projects under the PPP/C they labelled as corrupt,” the former President stated. read more