Ohio State’s Thad Matta Was Pretty Unhappy With The Referees Following His Team’s Loss To Michigan State Last Night

first_imgThad Matta yells at a referee.Thad Matta did a lot of screaming during his team’s game against Michigan State Friday night. Plenty that yelling was directed at his players, who performed quite poorly in a 76-67 loss to the Spartans in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal round. But a lot of it was aimed at the officials. Matta, 47, has been coaching in the conference since 2004. He, in a roundabout way, called the officiating during last night’s game the worst he’s ever seen. Matta on the officiating: “I’ve been in this league 11 years and that was amazing.”— Kevin Trahan (@k_trahan) March 14, 2015Matta was mostly unhappy with the amount of physicality the Spartans were getting away with. He believed his players were getting bumped on cuts, hand checked when dribbling and bodied when driving into the lane. Matta says this was one of the most physical games he’s ever seen. My interpretation: “We got hacked to death.”— Jerod Smalley (@JerodNBC4) March 14, 2015To be fair to the refs, there was an even distribution when it comes to the amount of fouls that were called – 20 on Michigan State and 18 on Ohio State. With the win, the Spartans moved on to the semifinal round, where they’ll face No. 2 seed Maryland. The Buckeyes, meanwhile, will find out their NCAA Tournament fate Sunday night. Most projections have Matta’s team seeded on the No. 8/No. 9 line.last_img read more

Thank you to Milt The Prescott Jazz Society and

first_imgThank you to Milt, The Prescott Jazz Society, and all of the performers and attendees to came out to celebrate Juneteenth this year. We’ll be looking forward to seeing you in 2019.(photos by Sue Kirsch and LVB, text by Tim Bell) The late afternoon and evenings featured bands on the amphitheater stage, followed by dancing in the vaults. Crowd favorite “Catfish George” spent Saturday serving up a delicious spread, which included both fried catfish and barbecue dishes so well executed that they had many people returning for seconds. June 18, 2018On June 16th and 17th the Cosanti Foundation hosted the Prescott Jazz Society for the 20th anniversary of “Juneteenth Jazz Splash.” This yearly event, organized by Jazz Society President and local performer Milt Cannon, has been drawing a vibrant community of jazz performers, enthusiasts, and laypeople to Arcosanti for two decades to experience two consecutive days of jazz music and culture.Despite some rain on Saturday morning and into the afternoon, performances went on as scheduled. The festivities this year included a four hour workshop on both Saturday and Sunday where local school children were invited to come and learn jazz theory, technique, and history from some of the performers who would take the stage in the evening.last_img read more

Study Using steroids during cardic bypass surgery did not reduce acute kidney

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Mar 4 2019Using steroids during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery did not reduce the risk of acute kidney injury in people at increased risk of death, according to a study conducted in 18 countries published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) http://www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.1503/cmaj.181644.The multisite randomized controlled trial, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, included patients in Canada, China, India, United States, Colombia, Australia, Italy, Iran, Czech Republic, Greece, Spain, Brazil, Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Argentina, Chile and Ireland, which broadens the reach of the study’s findings.Related StoriesChronic kidney disease patients are excluded from clinical trialsResearchers investigate whether hypertension poses health risk to older kidney donorsTen-fold rise in tongue-tie surgery for newborns ‘without any real strong data’About one-fifth of the millions of bypass surgeries performed around the world each year result in acute kidney injury, which in its most severe forms greatly increases the chance of death and the need for life-sustaining dialysis treatments. Bypass surgery can trigger widespread inflammation, which is thought to be a key culprit in the development of kidney injury. Prior studies suggested that steroids might help reduce inflammation and acute kidney injury.”Administering steroids to prevent inflammation during surgery did not reduce the risk of acute kidney injury in people at moderate or high risk of adverse effects,” says author Dr. Amit Garg, a scientist at Lawson Health Research Institute and professor at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada.The study included 7286 patients, of whom about half (3647) were randomized to receive steroids and the remaining 3639 to placebo. The rate of acute kidney injury was similar in both groups.”Given the broad range of countries and populations represented in the study, these findings further support a shift away from using steroids as an effective method of preventing the complications from inflammation during bypass surgery,” states Dr. Garg. Source:http://www.cmaj.ca/last_img read more

Broader monitoring of patients needed to reduce posthospitalization UTIs

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Jun 26 2019Broader monitoring of patients is needed to reduce the number of people who develop a urinary tract infection after being discharged from the hospital, new research by Oregon State University suggests.Findings were published in the journal Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. The exploratory study of more than 3,000 at-risk patients showed that infection was nearly three times as likely to begin after they went home compared to when they were in the hospital. Related StoriesRaw meat can act as reservoir for bacteria associated with hospital infectionsAMSBIO offers new, best-in-class CAR-T cell range for research and immunotherapyResearch sheds light on sun-induced DNA damage and repairUrinary tract infections, or UTIs, are the most common type of healthcare-associated infection, according to the National Institutes of Health. Seventy-five percent of UTIs acquired in a hospital trace to the use of a urinary catheter, a tube inserted into the bladder through the urethra to drain urine. About 20% of hospitalized patients need a catheter.”UTI surveillance has largely focused on catheter-associated infections, and also has not focused very much on infections that onset post-discharge from the hospital,” McGregor said. “But recently discharged patients are still at risk for hospital-associated UTIs, and as hospitals continue to encourage shorter hospital stays, symptoms of these infections may be more likely to show up after the patient goes home. However, data to describe the incidence of these infections is lacking, which is a barrier to better identifying which patients are most at risk.”In the group studied by Oregon State researchers, 10.6 patients per 1,000 developed a UTI while in the hospital; 29.8 per 1,000 did so within 30 days of going home. In addition to catheterization, other risk factors for healthcare-associated “community onset” UTIs – those that develop outside a hospital setting – are quadriplegia and paraplegia, prior use of certain antibiotics, and whether a patient has private insurance; those with private insurance are less likely to become infected.”Patients who got sick after discharge had similar pathogens and antibiotic sensitivities to those who got sick while still in the hospital, which suggests that patients developing a UTI following discharge may need different treatment strategies than patients who develop UTIs that aren’t associated with hospital stays,” McGregor said.The results don’t say with certainty that the post-discharge infections were acquired in the hospital, but the evidence is strong enough to warrant further study, she added. Source:Oregon State UniversityJournal reference:McGregor, J.C. et al. (2019) Healthcare-associated urinary tract infections with onset post hospital discharge. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. doi.org/10.1017/ice.2019.148. Every healthcare-associated infection represents an undesirable patient outcome. If people are still at risk for those types of infections after they leave the hospital, then healthcare-associated infection research should focus more broadly than the current definitions of surveillance definitions. We need more data to stimulate innovation for better informing patient care and preventing these types of infections.”Jessina McGregor, associate professor in the OSU College of Pharmacy and the study’s corresponding authorlast_img read more

Ryanair recognises cabin crew union in UK Update

first_imgRyanair has begun to recognise union representation of its cabin crews Explore further Just a week after recognising cabin crew unions in Italy, Ryanair said in a statement that it had “signed its second cabin crew union recognition agreement with Unite the Union, who will now be the representative body for Ryanair directly employed cabin crew in the UK.” Already on June 6, it agreed that the unions, ANPAC and ANPAV, could represent its cabin staff in Italy. “This cabin crew recognition agreement follows extensive negotiations with Unite the Union and covers the UK market, which accounts for approximately 25 percent of Ryanair’s fleet,” the statement said.With Ryanair being forced to cancel 20,000 flights between last September and March because of pilot shortages and amid long-standing grievances over pay, the airline has finally begun a process of recognising union representation of its staff. Ryanair recognised union representation for its pilots in both Britain and Italy earlier this year. Human resources chief Eddie Wilson said that the latest cabin crew agreement “is a further sign of the progress Ryanair is making with trade unions since our December 2017 decision to recognise them. “We hope to announce further agreements over the coming weeks, in those countries where unions have approached these negotiations in a practical and positive manner.”However, the two sides were making “less progress in some smaller countries where minor issues —such as days off for union officials—are unnecessarily delaying agreements.” Ryanair recognises cabin crew unions for first time Citation: Ryanair recognises cabin crew union in UK (Update) (2018, June 11) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-06-ryanair-recognises-cabin-crew-union.htmlcenter_img 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. © 2018 AFP Low-cost airline Ryanair said Monday it has formally recognised representation by a union of its cabin crew in Britain.last_img read more

The 100 most expensive football transfers of all time

first_img81Nemanja MaticChelsea – Manchester United2017€44.7m =88Leonardo BonucciJuventus – AC Milan2017€42m 83Leroy SaneSchalke – Manchester City2016€44m Biggest transfer outside of Europe 84Andriy SchevchenkoAC Milan – Chelsea2006€43.9m =88Henrikh MkhitaryanBorussia Dortmund – Manchester United2016€42m 5Antoine GriezmannAtletico Madrid – Barcelona2019€120m =95Corentin TolissoLyon – Bayern Munich2017€41.5m https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/58/c2/gareth-bale-perez-real-madrid_h0jq1q3dmws81affth19gyza7.jpg?t=754273533&w=500&quality=80As illustrated above, while Neymar and Pogba’s recent moves saw Gareth Bale slip to third in the all-time standings, the Wales international remains the most expensive British player of all time, thanks to his €100.8m move to Real Madrid in 2013.The costliest English player in history, incidentally, is Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling, who joined from Liverpool in 2015 for €69.1m.Most expensive teenager 8Gareth BaleTottenham – Real Madrid2013€100.8m 52Alexandre LacazetteLyon – Arsenal2017€53m (+€7m) =55Eder MilitaoPorto – Real Madrid2019€50m =45FredShakhtar Donetsk – Manchester United2018€58.9m =72Mateo KovacicReal Madrid – Chelsea2019€45m 13NeymarSantos – Barcelona2013€86.2m 50Kyle WalkerTottenham – Manchester City2017€56.7m =27Luka JovicFrankfurt – Real Madrid2019€70m 47HulkZenit – Shanghai SIPG2016€58.6m =41Luis FigoBarcelona – Real Madrid2000€60m =9Eden HazardChelsea – Real Madrid2019€100m (+€40m) 12Gonzalo HiguainNapoli – Juventus2016€90m =22Kevin De BruyneWolfsburg – Manchester City2015€75m =72Vinicius JuniorFlamengo – Real Madrid2018€45m 4Philippe CoutinhoLiverpool – Barcelona2018€120m (+€40m) 2Kylian MbappeMonaco – PSG2017€145m (+€35m) Getty Images =22Frenkie de JongAjax-Barcelona2019€75m =72RodrygoSantos – Real Madrid2019€45m 63Gaizka MendietaValencia – Lazio2001€48m 65Mesut OzilReal Madrid – Arsenal2013€47m =17James RodriguezMonaco – Real Madrid2014€80m https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/39/e3/kylian-mbappe-france-2017_13ufxswk1azst1iz5zeguo3iis.jpg?t=687844718&w=500&quality=80After joining PSG, Mbappe not only became the second-most expensive player of all time, he also became the most expensive teenager ever.The Monaco wonderkid joined PSG on a loan-to-buy deal that will be worth €180m after bonuses – not bad for a player who only turned 20 last December!Most expensive defender 31Riyad MahrezLeicester City – Manchester City2019€67.8m 54Eliaquim MangalaPorto – Manchester City2014€51.7m 25Angel Di MariaReal Madrid – Manchester United2014€74.6m Most expensive British player =33Aymeric LaporteAthletic Bilbao – Manchester City2018€65m 60Anthony MartialMonaco – Manchester United2015€49.3m Neymar completed his move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for a staggering fee of €222 million in the summer of 2017 and the big deals haven’t stopped since, with Kylian Mbappe joining him in Paris for €145m plus €35m in bonuses.As a result of his move to the French capital, the Brazilian is now the most expensive player of all time, having smashed the previous record held by Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, who arrived at Old Trafford in 2016 from Juventus for €105m. Mbappe, meanwhile, moves to second on the list. =27RodriAtletico Madrid – Manchester City2019€70m 39Angel Di MariaManchester United – PSG2015€61.6m 49John StonesEverton – Manchester City2016€58m 51Hernan CrespoParma – Lazio2000€55m 62Christian VieriLazio – Inter1999€49m 48Benjamin MendyMonaco – Manchester City2017€58.2m =66Douglas CostaBayern Munich – Juventus2017€46m 32Diego CostaChelsea – Atletico Madrid2018€66m 53Gianluigi BuffonParma – Juventus2001€52m 26Alisson BeckerRoma – Liverpool2018€73m 43Tanguy NdombeleLyon -Tottenham2019€60m 20Alvaro MorataReal Madrid – Chelsea2017€78.9m 14Romelu LukakuEverton – Manchester United2017€84.8m =9Cristiano RonaldoReal Madrid – Juventus2018€100m =41Naby KeitaRB Leipzig – Liverpool2018€60m =45JorginhoNapoli – Chelsea2018€58.9m =72RicharlisonWatford – Everton2018€45m =72Sebastien HallerEintracht Frankfurt – West Ham2019€45m 15Virgil van DijkSouthampton – Liverpol2018€84.5m =55FabinhoMonaco – Liverpool2018€50m 22Matthijs de LigtAjax – Juventus2019€75m (+€10.5m) 29Zlatan IbrahimovicInter – Barcelona2009€69.5m =55Aaron Wan-BissakaCrystal Palace – Manchester United2019€50m =66RonaldoInter – Real Madrid2002€46m =66Rio FerdinandLeeds United – Manchester United2002€46m 30Raheem SterlingLiverpool – Manchester City2015€69.1m =88Mohamed SalahRoma – Liverpool2017€42m Atletico Madrid’s massive outlay for Benfica’s Joao Felix of €126m in July of 2019 makes the Portuguese star the third highest on our list. Philippe Coutinho’s move from Liverpool to Barcelona in January 2018 puts him now fourth, while Barca’s captures of France duo Antoine Griezmann and Ousmane Dembele from Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund respectively sees them ahead of Pogba.Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid from Chelsea for €100m plus add-ons puts him joint-tied for ninth.Cristiano Ronaldo occupies positions nine and 11 on the list, with his move to Juventus in the summer of 2018 eclipsing the cost of his transfer to Real Madrid from Manchester United nine years earlier.Pos.PlayerClubsYearFee 44Fernando TorresLiverpool – Chelsea2011€59m 16Luis SuarezLiverpool – Barcelona2014€82.3m 6Ousmane DembeleBorussia Dortmund – Barcelona2017€105m (+€45m) 82Youri TielemansMonaco – Leicester City2019€44.6m =88Javier PastorePalermo – PSG2011€42m =66Juan MataChelsea – Manchester United2014€46m =72James RodriguezPorto – Monaco2013€45m Getty Images Getty Images 61Gylfi SigurdssonSwansea City – Everton2017€49.2m 64Ferland MendyLyon – Real Madrid2019€48m 7Paul PogbaJuventus – Manchester United2016€105m =72Joao MarioSporting Lisbon – Inter2016€45m =85RobinhoReal Madrid – Manchester City2008€43m =88Thiago SilvaAC Milan – PSG2012€42m =33Thomas LemarMonaco – Atletico Madrid2018€65m 71Christian BentekeAston Villa – Liverpool2015€45.8m Kepa Arrizabalaga Athletic Bilbao https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/fd/31/kepa-arrizabalaga-athletic-bilbao_1wab3of5y6pjo17ve4s6h6ie70.jpg?t=1155449520&w=500&quality=80For a long time, former Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon held this mark having joined the Turin outfit from Parma for €52m, which is a colossal fee when inflation is taken into account.Then with a matter of weeks, the record was shattered twice. First Liverpool brought in Roma’s Alisson Becker for €73m, to temporarily take the mark as the world’s most expensive keeper.Not to be outdone, Chelsea matched Kepa Arrizabalaga’s €80m release clause with Athletic Bilbao not even a month later, meaning the Spain international has quickly dethroned Alisson for the No.1 spot in transfer history. 87Alexis SanchezBarcelona – Arsenal2014€42.5m =17Kepa ArrizabalagaAthletic Bilbao – Chelsea2018€80m =85Radamel FalcaoAtletico Madrid – Monaco2013€43m 36Edinson CavaniNapoli – PSG2013€64.5m 38David LuizChelsea – PSG2014€62.5m 97Andy CarrollNewcastle United – Liverpool2011€41.3m =55Bernardo SilvaMonaco – Manchester City2017€50m 3Joao FelixBenfica- Atletico Madrid2019€126m =100Pavel NedvedLazio – Juventus2001€41.2m 37Pierre-Emerick AubameyangBorussia Dortmund – Arsenal2018€63.75m =17Lucas HernandezAtletico Madrid – Bayern Munich2019€80m The most a non-European club has ever paid for a player is €60.3m, which Shanghai SIPG handed over to Chelsea for Brazil midfielder Oscar in 2016.However, with the way the market is going, who knows which record will be shattered next?! =66Juan Sebastian VeronLazio – Manchester United2001€46m 11Cristiano RonaldoManchester United – Real Madrid2009€94m 21Zinedine ZidaneJuventus – Real Madrid2001€77.5m Getty Images =100Sadio ManeSouthampton – Liverpool2016€41.2m =33KakaAC Milan – Real Madrid2009€65m =100Shkodran MustafiValencia – Arsenal2016€41.2m =88Jackson MartinezAtletico Madrid – Guangzhou Evergrande2016€42m Getty Images 40OscarChelsea – Shanghai SIPG2017€60.3m =55Alex TeixeiraShakhtar Donetsk – Jiangsu Suning2016€50m =72Tiemoue BakayokoMonaco – Chelsea2017€45m =72Granit XhakaBorussia Monchengladbach – Arsenal2016€45m =88Rui CostaFiorentina – AC Milan2001€42m https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/69/83/virgil-van-dijk-liverpool_1qftct8xg9inq1n60vqhtgn9wv.jpg?t=1146773865&w=500&quality=80Virgil van Dijk became the most expensive defender of all time when Liverpool forked out a fee worth £84.5m to Southampton for the Netherlands international’s services in 2018.His move from the Saints to Anfield completely blew the previous record – David Luiz’s €62.5m move to PSG from Chelsea – out of the water.Most expensive goalkeeper 1NeymarBarcelona – PSG2017€222m https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/GOAL/d/98/oscar-shanghai-sipg_auo6y15sbouc15dluhhtjavwn.jpg?t=498968914&w=500&quality=80 =95Lilian ThuramParma – Juventus2001€41.5mlast_img read more

A Common Cold Virus Wiped Away Bladder Cancer in One Patient

first_imgA simple cold virus could wipe out tumors in a form of bladder cancer, a small new study suggests. Though the idea of using viruses to fight cancer isn’t new, this is the first time a cold virus effectively treated an early-stage form of bladder cancer. In one patient, it eliminated a cancerous tumor, the group reported July 4 in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. A group of researchers conducted an early-stage clinical trial in which they infected 15 bladder cancer patients with coxsackievirus A21, which is one of the viruses that cause the common cold. Coxsackievirus is not a genetically modified virus; it’s “something that occurs in nature,” said senior author Hardev Pandha, a professor of medical oncology at the University of Surrey in England. [Exercise May Reduce the Risk of These 13 Cancers]These Sharks Were Too Busy to Notice a Bigger Predator Watching ThemThe unexpected twist at the end of this feeding frenzy delighted scientists.Credit: NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Windows to the Deep 2019Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Headbutting Tiny Worms Are Really, Really Loud00:35关闭选项Automated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.livescience.com/65908-cold-virus-might-treat-bladder-cancer.html?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0002:2802:28  The researchers gave the patients the virus through catheters that the patients already had inserted for other treatments. They left the virus-filled catheter in for an hour to pump the fluids into the bladder and repeated this treatment. Then, the patients underwent surgery to remove what was left of their bladder tumors. In one patient, the virus completely destroyed the tumor. In all of the other patients, the researchers found evidence that the virus had damaged the tumors and had spurred the immune system to send an army of immune cells to the tumors. None of the patients had any significant side effects, Pandha said. Researchers thought this method would work because the outer membranes of cancerous bladder cells contain a gateway for the coxsackievirus: a molecule called ICAM-1. Because healthy cells don’t carry this molecule, the coxsackievirus doesn’t attack them. Once the virus gets into the cell, it hijacks the cell’s machinery and ends up killing it. Even more cancer cells die when the immune cells are recruited. ICAM-1 is also expressed by other cancer cells, and coxsackievirus has, in fact been previously shown to be effective in treating very advanced bladder cancer and other cancers, such as melanoma, Pandha said. Even so, this is still an early-stage trial, and there’s still a long way to go before the method can be used in treatment, Pandha said. “This would be the foundation for much larger studies where we’d build on this,” he said. Newer studies will try to make the treatment more effective and stop the cancer from coming back, he added. Unfortunately, just getting a common cold won’t treat the cancer on its own. Pandha’s team gave a much higher dose of the virus than you would get if someone coughed on you and you got sick, for example. Interestingly, the patients who were given the virus through the catheter did not get cold symptoms. “I agree that [such viruses are] good therapeutic target[s]” for certain types of cancers, like bladder cancer, said Grant McFadden, director of the Biodesign Center for Immunotherapy, Vaccines and Virotherapy at Arizona State University, who was not a part of the study. But he noted that many studies have looked at whether viruses can target cancer cells. In fact, a host of viruses have been studied for attacking bladder cancer, specifically. It’s likely that many viruses will work well to treat bladder cancer and at least some tumor-destroying viruses “will get approved for use in humans,” McFadden told Live Science. “But this paper isn’t really new or innovative.” In fact, the idea of using viruses to treat cancer goes back nearly 100 years, Pandha said, but only in the past decade or so has it gained momentum. Editor’s note: This article was updated. Only a couple of the authors (not Pandha) are employed by Viralytics, a Merck-owned biotech company that is developing viral-based cancer treatments. Colorful But Deadly: Images of Brain Cancer 7 Side Effects of Cancer Treatment, and How to Cope with Them 7 Odd Things That Raise Your Risk of Cancer (and 1 That Doesn’t) Originally published on Live Science.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeBrilliant Future10 Worst Paying College MajorsBrilliant FutureUndoThe SideHairstyles That Make You Look Younger Than EverThe SideUndoMy Daily DiscoveryHow To Keep Your Photos And Videos SafeMy Daily DiscoveryUndoDugiFeed11 Best Foods for Diabetes ControlDugiFeedUndoYour Health7 Natural Pain Relief TechniquesYour HealthUndoeasyrecipes20 Toughest Restaurants Worldwide To Get A Reservation (But Worth The Wait)easyrecipesUndolast_img read more

Rajasthan RSS shakha attacked in Bundi two held

first_img Asian News International BundiJuly 12, 2019UPDATED: July 12, 2019 17:57 IST Clash erupted between two groups during an ongoing session at an RSS shakha. (Screengrab from ANI video)Two persons were arrested for allegedly attacking a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) shakha (camp) here in Bundi district, police said on Friday. On July 10, an RSS shakha was organised in a park, where a clash erupted between some people and RSS volunteers over some issue, which is not clear yet, police said.According to the Sangh, some young boys, who participated in the event, sustained injuries in the incident as they were beaten up by a mob.Soon after receiving information, the police rushed to the spot and tried to pacify the situation. Police arrested two persons after RSS volunteers demanded strict action against the accused.”It is not an old matter. We used to organise our sessions in this park. On Wednesday evening, people from Muslim community opposed the session and started using abusive language for us. When we asked them to move away, they began fighting with us. A few of them also beat up our children,” an RSS volunteer said”We have filed a complaint with police and they assured us that strict action would be taken against the accused. However, they were given bail later and we are not happy with the probe,” he said.Meanwhile, Bundi Superintendent of Police said that they have set up a team who is patrolling the park. He said two persons have been arrested in the case and they are being interrogated by the police.”We are investigating the matter. It was not a serious case, an altercation took place between RSS volunteers and some Muslims. If anyone found guilty, we will surely arrest them,’ he said.Also Read | RSS leader Chandrakant Sharma dies after militant attackAlso Read | RSS’s role in nation-building’ part of Maharashtra varsity syllabusFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup 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 byChanchal Chauhan Next Rajasthan: RSS shakha attacked in Bundi, two heldOn July 10, an RSS shakha was organised in a park, where a clash erupted between some people and RSS volunteers over some issue, which is not clear yet, police said. advertisementlast_img read more