10 police station chiefs reshuffled

first_imgILOILO – Some police stations orunits were being led by officers with ranks lower than what were required.Police Colonel Roland Vilela, director of the Iloilo Police Provincial Office(IPPO), thus ordered a reshuffling. Police units must be manned by officers commensurate with theirranks, stressed Vilela. * Police Major Gilbert Baldevarona – from IPPO headquarters toDueñas * Law enforcementoperations * Police Major Juvy Navales – from San Joaquin to San Enrique * Police Lieutenant Joebert Amado – from Cabatuan to San Miguel He expressed confident that the revamp would help realize theobjectives of the IPPO’s operational thrust “ILOILO” which stands for thefollowing: “We hope they will be more effectivein their new assignments,” said Vilela. * Police Lieutenant Alexander Lauron – now officer-in-charge ofMina vice Police Lieutenant Shiela Bito-onon who will compulsorily retire onJan. 1, 2020. * Localcommunist armed conflict’ end * Police Major Jojo Tabaloc – from San Miguel to Pavia * Police Major Niño Leonard Amar – from Pavia to Cabatuancenter_img * Police Captain Rene Del Castillo – from 2nd Iloilo ProvincialMobile Force Company to San Dionisio * Police Lieutenant George L Caño – from Batad to 2nd IloiloProvincial Mobile Force Company “Ayawko ng tamad na pulis. We have to workhard for the people kasi malaki na angating sahod,” said Vilela./PN * Optimizationof police operation * Police Major Fernand Limbungan – from Santa Barbara to Maasin * Illegaldrugs eradication Ten chiefs of police assumed new assignments. They were thefollowing: * Organize,mobilize and lead volunteers and seek the active participation of stakeholdersfor peace and development * Police Lieutenant Edgar Labiscase – from San Dionisio to Batad * Internalcleansing and disciplinelast_img read more

There is strong belief in the DC side: Ricky Ponting

first_imgSHERFANE Rutherford and Axar Patel shared a crucial unbeaten stand of 46 while the bowlers held their nerves as Delhi Capitals (DC) overcame Royal Challengers Bangalore to chart their way to the playoffs for the first time in the IPL since 2012.Ricky Ponting, the head coach, observed that there is a strong belief in the camp with DC now perched at the top of the points table with 16.After a string of poor performances over a period of time, DC tried to revamp the side with Shreyas Iyer being named the captain and Ponting taking over the coaching role. “We’ve probably done it the hard way tonight, but the boys are really starting to believe in themselves, they are trusting one another, and playing some good cricket. So all in all, we are pretty happy with where we’re at,” said Ponting on Sunday (April 29).“You want to be peaking at the right time, so for us to bounce back after a five-day break and win tonight was a really good thing,” he noted. “We go to Chennai now, which is a hard place for anybody to win, so that’s a great challenge for us. To the boys’ credit, we haven’t really talked about where we are on the table, just getting as well-prepared and planning as well as we can for the next challenge. So yeah, we’ve qualified, that’s really great, but two big games to go, and the target now will be to finish one or two.”Meanwhile, the loss ended the practicality around Bangalore’s progression to the next phase, although they are still in with an outside chance. The franchise had a poor start to the season but rebounded nicely, winning four out of five games only for their hopes of qualifying for the playoffs being engulfed in smoke after losing to Delhi.Virat Kohli, the Bangalore skipper, noted that they could have restricted Delhi to a score of around 160. He also pointed out that during crunch moments of the game, the home side played better. “Even after losing the toss, the way we bowled was really nice, we showed a lot of character. But then the game got away from us at the end a little bit. We were thinking 160-165, but 185-plus on that sort of a pitch with three spinners was always going to be tough. But we still showed a lot of character.“In the crunch moments, I think Delhi played better than us. That’s why they got the result they did. But yeah, with the bat we started off really well, PP [Parthiv Patel] was outstanding, then I got going, but then me and AB [de Villiers] getting out to balls that you don’t get out to… so, yeah, that’s how the game goes sometimes, and those little moments can be big at the end of the game.”(Cricbuzz)last_img read more

Celtics trade rumors: Boston has looked into deal for Pelicans’ Jrue Holiday

first_img NBA trade rumors: Celtics have ‘checked in’ with Rockets about potential deal for Clint Capela Lowe Post podcast: @kevinarnovitz and I on the AD mega-trade, what’s next for LA and New Orleans, Boston’s year from hell, free agency questions, much more https://t.co/YkZu0PUvOt— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) June 17, 2019The 29-year-old averaged 21.2 points, 7.7 assists and 5.0 rebounds in 67 games last season. He shot 47.2 percent from the field and 32.5 percent from 3-point range.Holiday has three seasons remaining on the five-year, $126 million contract he signed with the Pelicans in July 2017. Related News The Celtics appear like they’re looking to retool their roster.Boston has been “sniffing around” about a potential deal for Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday, ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz and Zach Lowe reported during a recent episode of “The Lowe Post.” NBA Draft 2019 rumors: Pelicans discussing trading up to No. 2 to pair Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett Holiday could be available if the Pelicans decide to move in a younger direction after completing one of the biggest trades in NBA history last week. New Orleans sent Anthony Davis to the Lakers in exchange for Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart and three first-round picks, including the No. 4 selection in 2019.They could flip that pick to move up or acquire a veteran and they’re also considering moving back, according to a report from ESPN. The Pelicans have also been linked to Wizards star Bradley Beal. The Celtics, meanwhile, entered the season as the favorites to win the East but finished with a 49-33 record and were eliminated by the Bucks in five games in the conference semifinals. They’re expected to lose both Kyrie Irving and Al Horford in free agency.Boston has “checked in recently” with the Rockets about a trade for center Clint Capela, according to an earlier report from SNY. It also may be looking to trade up in Thursday’s draft. NBA trade rumors: Pelicans ‘monitoring’ potential deal for Wizards star Bradley Beallast_img read more