Germany: tie Afghanistan troop pullout to talks’ progress

first_imgBERLIN (AP) — Germany’s foreign minister says the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan should be tied to progress in stuttering peace negotiations between the Kabul government and the Taliban, rather than sticking “slavishly” to an end-of-April deadline. Germany is the second-biggest contributor to NATO’s Resolute Support training and assistance mission in Afghanistan, after the United States. President Joe Biden’s new administration has said it plans to review the peace agreement signed last February between the U.S. and the Taliban. The Pentagon has said the Taliban’s refusal to meet commitments to reduce violence in Afghanistan is raising questions about whether all U.S. troops will be able to leave by May as required under the peace deal.last_img

Senate hears presentation on study abroad changes

first_imgStudent senators received a presentation from Tom Guinan, associate vice president for administrative operations for Notre Dame International, and junior Frank Wamsley regarding the policy change on overseas flights for students in study abroad programs this Wednesday. Previously, airfare was covered by the University; starting with the 2016-2017 school year, students who are studying abroad will be responsible for the costs of their flights. “We had a change in study abroad policy, mainly the financial aspect of it, that was announced over the summer and will go into effect next academic year,” Guinan said. “People have been surprised in the past that they didn’t have to pay for their airfare, but Notre Dame has had a long-standing policy that airfare would be covered.”Guinan said that by having students pay for their tickets, the University will be able to send up to 50 more students abroad each year. He also said this is just the first effort by Notre Dame International to increase participation in study abroad programs. “We’ve seen a disturbing declining trend in our ability to send students abroad, mainly due to rising costs for overseas institutions,” Guinan said. “About 10 years ago, we’d send 800, 850 students abroad. Last year, we only sent 690, and the numbers are just going down by 15 to 20 students a year.”According to Guinan, Notre Dame International decided it was “unacceptable and appalling” that so many students were being turned down for study abroad. “Every student who applies is qualified to go, we just didn’t have the resources to send all the students abroad that we wanted to,” Guinan said. “Our goal is to send between 85 and 90 percent of students who apply abroad.”Pangborn Hall senator Taylor Still said in an email that despite concerns about the new costs, she is pleased Notre Dame International is working to expand the program.“While the immediate cost incurred by students is inconvenient and unwarranted, the decision is coming from a well-intentioned place,” she said. “Especially as Notre Dame International expansion efforts proceed, I am more excited that a greater number of students will have this opportunity.”Students who are receiving financial aid will be given help in purchasing the tickets. According to Guinan, the same percentage of tuition that is covered by the University will also be given to buy a plane ticket. “That was the key consideration before we implemented this policy,” Guinan said. “We didn’t want to exclude students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford the airfare, and those on financial aid will have access to the programs in the same way they had before.” Student senate meets every Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Notre Dame room of LaFortune Student Center. All meetings are open to the public.Tags: Student government, student senate, study abroadlast_img read more

Rebel Wilson All Dolled Up for Her West End Debut

first_img View Comments Rebel Wilson as Miss Adelaide(Photo courtesy of Jo Allan PR) Don’t take back her mink just yet. Here’s a first look at Rebel Wilson sporting her Miss Adelaide finest; the screen favorite will make her West End debut in Guys and Dolls beginning June 28. On that same date, stage alum Simon Lipkin will join the cast as Nathan Detroit at the Phoenix Theatre.Lipkin’s U.K. stage credits include Assassins, The Lorax, I Can’t Sing, Rock of Ages, Spamalot, Avenue Q and The Wedding Singer. He has appeared on screen in Doctor Who, The Bill, Casualty and Muppets Most Wanted.Nigel Lindsay and Samantha Spiro will play their final performances as Nathan and Adelaide on June 26. The cast of the Gordon Greenberg-helmed revival also features Oliver Tompsett as Sky Masterson and Siubhan Harrison as Sarah Brown.last_img read more

Speaker Symington’s Statement on Economic Stimulus Plan

first_imgSpeaker Symington’s Statement on Economic Stimulus PlanMay 1, 2008Addressing the bipartisan Committee on Economic Recovery and Opportunity today, Speaker Gaye Symington delivered the followingstatement:”I would just like to begin by thanking you for your work. You’ve brought good thinking and good questions to this effort and have improved the material that has been put before us and I thank you for that.”Your work has built upon what we have accomplished throughout the session, focusing on what is putting pressure on Vermonters: their health care costs, their fuel costs, their food costs, housing prices.I am pleased that your recommendations fit into the work that is already in motion in the House.”The legislature has been fighting for more bonding for roads and bridges and making our transportation infrastructure more whole — and we got that.”Weve been fighting for more investment in workforce training, especially where there are job openings — and we got that.”We’ve been fighting for more investment in energy efficiency and weatherization — we got that.”We’ve fought for more attention to affordable housing, to a diversified housing base — we got that.”We are still fighting for more accountability in the proposal for the manufacturer’s tax credit — and I hope you get that.”And now, the remaining question is: where do we go with the sales tax holiday?”I want to repeat that our focus so far has been on what really impacts Vermonters and their budgets and their lives.”I don’t think the sales tax holiday does that.”I don’t think it is the best use of taxpayer resources. I do agree with our economist, who has stated that this would have very little stimulative effect on the economy. I don’t think that this is a long term solution. I don’t think it builds on the strengths of Vermont, as opposed to trying to play catch up and copy cat from other states. I don’t think it benefits the Vermonters who are struggling to make ends meet instead it focuses on Vermonters who have discretionary income and can choose when to make their purchases.”It is clear to me that Governor Douglas is looking to make this the focus of the end of the session, and to turn our good work into an argument over the sales tax holiday. And I won’t let that happen.”I will not stand in the way of a sales tax holiday. I would ask that, if we are going to move ahead with a sales tax holiday, that you give your attention to the details that weren’t thought out in the presentation as it came to us.”But it is time to move forward, to close out the session, to come to resolution, and this is important to Governor Douglas. I realize that, and I am willing to make that concession in order of the rest of our good work to stand firm and go forward.”Thank you.”last_img read more

IEEFA Energy Finance 2016: ‘End Game’ for Coal Imports in India

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Jai Sharda, a Mumbai-based IEEFA energy consultant, said in an afternoon presentation at Energy Finance 2016 that the government of India will probably achieve its goals of doubling wind-energy capacity by 2021 and increasing solar-energy capacity 10-fold by then.Sharda said the rapid rise of renewables combined with policy shifts at the government-owned Coal—including “huge growth in coal production domestically”—will create an “end game” for coal imports into India.He noted that solar tariffs in India have dropped 25 percent in the past 12 months—making solar energy more affordable for more people. He reported also that more than three gigawatts of solar capacity have been added over the past year and that the government is pushing for an additional twelve gigawatts of solar capacity in 2017.“It is not outside the realm of possibility,” Sharda said. IEEFA Energy Finance 2016: ‘End Game’ for Coal Imports in Indialast_img read more

Ethics panel clarifies how judges give testimony

first_imgMark D. Killian Managing Editor Judges no longer have to be subpoenaed before being able to give testimony to an investigative entity, according to the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee.The ethics advisory panel also recently ruled that a judge may not participate in a law firm’s litigation program at a firm retreat, but may belong to a Bar section’s executive council and serve in a nonprofit group’s leadership to improve a community’s quality of life. A judge also should discourage organizations from raising scholarship money in the judge’s name. SubpoenaReversing several prior opinions, the JEAC has ruled that a judge need not be subpoenad before giving factual testimony to an investigative entity. Opinion Number: 03-04.In several earlier opinions the committee had interpreted Canon 2B to require that a judge be under subpoena when the judge is testifying as a character witness or giving factual testimony.“The committee at this time elects to overrule its opinions in 98-15 and 00-7, ” the JEAC said. “These opinions prevent judges from cooperating with entities such as law enforcement, The Florida Bar, and the Judicial Qualifications Commission when they are investigating matters.”The commentary to Canon 2B allows a judge to give information pursuant to a formal request to a sentencing judge or a probation or corrections officer and there is no difference in a judge giving information to an investigative entity upon a request and a judge giving information to a sentencing judge, a probation officer, or a parole officer upon request, the committee said.“In matters dealing with law enforcement, the judge could be viewed as obstructing justice if the judge refused to cooperate when he or she has relevant information and is requested to give this information,” the committee said. “In matters dealing with investigations by The Florida Bar regarding attorney misconduct or the Judicial Qualifications Commission dealing with judicial misconduct, the judge has an ethical obligation to cooperate with these entities.”The committee also found that non-testimonial interviews about factual matters, as long as they are not in violation of any other parts of the Code of Judicial Conduct, do not require a subpoena. Firm RetreatA judge may not participate in a law firm’s litigation program by presiding over mock trials at a firm retreat . Opinion Number: 03-03.The inquiring judge said several judges have been invited to the training retreat to help improve the trial skills of the firm’s lawyers. The judges would be the firm’s “honored guest” at an “upscale resort” and preside over a mock trial and critique the firm’s associates.The panel said while judges are encouraged to engage in activities to improve the law, the legal system, and the administration of justice, attending the retreat would violate the “spirit and intent” of several canons.“Undoubtedly, a litigant would be uncomfortable appearing in front of a judge who had recently been an honored guest at the opposing law firm’s educational retreat,” the panel said. “This creates a reasonable doubt as to the judge’s capacity to act impartially.”The committee also said entertaining a judge at an exclusive resort by a private law firm carries an appearance of impropriety and the canons preclude a judge from accepting any gift or favor from anyone who has come or is likely to come and whose interests have come or are likely to come before the judge. Community InvolvementA judge, under the aegis of a nonprofit organization, may serve in a leadership capacity to implement nonpartisan, citizen-developed recommendations to improve the community’s quality of life by improving race relations. Opinion Number: 03-01.The inquiring judge has been asked by a community-based organization to serve as implementation chair in connection with a study regarding race relations. The judge said its mission is to open dialogue, conduct impartial research, and consensus building.“Since the judge does not plan to be involved in fundraising or lobbying, and since there is little possibility that the civic organization will appear in court, it is not a violation of Canon 5 of the Code of Judicial Conduct for the judge to serve as chair of the implementing committee,” the committee said. “If it appears that the duties as chair require the judge to engage in activities which may conflict with the code, the judge should delegate some of the responsibilities to other officers.” Legal GroupsA recently elected judge may remain a member of the executive council of the Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, as well as a member of the real estate partnership that owns the building in which the judge’s former law firm rents offices and continue to receive a regular distribution of the income from that partnership. The judge also may continue to receive periodic payments from the former law firm for the judge’s equity interest in the firm. Opinion Number: 03- 02.The JEAC said the panel has previously found that a judge could serve as chair-elect of the Family Law Section and that a judge may serve on the Bar’s Civil Procedure Rules Committee. Therefore, the committee held that a judge may remain a member of the Trial Lawyers Section and, as appointed, chair committees of the council after assuming the bench.“Further, the committee has continuously stated that a judge may be a member of and chair such councils as long as the judge’s involvement does not reflect on the judge’s impartiality or neutrality as a judge,” the panel said, adding, however, judges should not hold offices in local bar associations, “because such an election gives the appearance of the judge exerting pressure on lawyers that must litigate before that judge.”The committee also cautioned that judges are prohibited from lobbying for section legislative positions and “should avoid involvement in any activity which might reflect on the judge’s impartiality or neutrality.”As far as the judge’s continued membership in the real estate partnership that owns the building rented by the judge’s former law firm, the judge may continue to receive periodic distributions of the income from the partnership, but should disclose the relationship and, upon motion, be recused from any cases involving the firm due to the ongoing landlord/tenant relationship, unless a proper remittal of disqualification has been executed.Judges also may receive periodic payments from former firms for their equity interest in the firm or the firm may execute a note payable to the judge to pay the balance owed for the judge’s equity interest. Scholarship FundsA sitting judicial officer may not permit a not-for-profit organization which is controlled by a voluntary bar association to solicit funds for a scholarship named for the judge. Opinion Number: 03-05.The inquiring judge has been informed by a nonprofit foundation controlled by a voluntary bar that it has, and intends to continue, soliciting funds for a scholarship named for the judge as tribute to him as the first president of the voluntary bar and for his service as a judge.In several opinions, the committee said it has addressed the issue of lending the prestige of judicial office to charitable fundraising events and has made it clear that if the judge’s participation in any way involves the solicitation or gives the appearance of the solicitation of funds, the judge may not participate.“The committee concludes that as to the funds already raised, the judge has not lent the prestige of the office,” the panel said. “The committee sees no reason why that fundraising would be affected. Moreover the tribute is permissible and the judge’s only obligation is to avoid lending judicial prestige to further fundraising.”The committee said despite the “admirable goals of the foundation’s activities and the fact that the judge is well deserving of the honor to be bestowed,” it advises the judge to discourage the foundation from using the prestige of his office to advance its private interests by future fundraising activities in the judge’s name.The Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee is expressly charged with rendering advisory opinions interpreting the application of the Code of Judicial Conduct to specific circumstances confronting or affecting a judge or judicial candidate. Its opinions are advisory, and conduct that is consistent with an opinion may be evidence of good faith on the part of the judge, but the Judicial Qualifications Commission is not bound by the committee’s interpretive opinions.The full text of the committee’s opinions is available on the Supreme Court’s Web site at Once there, click on the “Judges’ Page” link in the left-hand column. Ethics panel clarifies how judges give testimony Ethics panel clarifies how judges give testimonycenter_img June 15, 2003 Managing Editor Regular Newslast_img read more

WHO cites possible family cluster of H5N1 cases in Indonesia

first_imgNov 29, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) today raised the possibility that Indonesia’s latest confirmed case of H5N1 avian influenza was part of a family cluster of three cases.In noting Indonesia’s confirmation of the case in a 16-year-old boy from West Java province, the WHO said he had two brothers who both died recently of an illness that included fever and breathing difficulty. The 16-year-old fell ill with a fever and cough on Nov 6, was hospitalized 10 days later, and is in stable condition, the WHO said.The two brothers, aged 7 and 20, both became ill Nov 3 and died Nov 11, the agency said. Their illness was presumed to be typhoid fever, but no samples were taken before burial, which precluded definitive diagnosis of their cases.The WHO didn’t assess the likelihood that the two deceased brothers had H5N1 or that the virus spread from person to person in the family. The statement said investigators found that chickens in the household had died in the 2 weeks before the deceased brothers got sick, and samples from the birds are being tested.Most human cases of H5N1 have been attributed to exposure to sick poultry. Family clusters of cases raise the possibility of person-to-person transmission of the virus, which could signal an increase in the risk of a pandemic. Researchers reported recently that 15 family clusters occurred in Southeast Asia between January 2004 and July 2005. But only one family cluster, which occurred in Thailand in September 2004, has been classified as a probable result of person-to-person spread.WHO to investigate Chinese casesIn other news, the WHO today confirmed previous reports that it would help investigate two recent human H5N1 cases in China’s Anhui province. WHO experts are part of a team investigating the fatal cases in two women, both farmers, aged 24 and 35.The team is gathering information about how the two women were exposed to the virus. They lived some distance apart, and there is no known link between the cases, the WHO said. China has had three human cases so far.Meanwhile, two new poultry outbreaks of avian flu were reported in China today, one in the northwestern region of Xingiang and one in the central province of Hunan, according to a Reuters report.The WHO statement said China has had 25 poultry outbreaks in nine provinces since mid-October.Outbreaks wane in Thailand and RussiaIn Thailand, the government said only one area is still under an avian flu watch, according to an Agence France-Presse (AFP) report today. The country has had a number of poultry outbreaks and four human cases in recent months.An official named Surapong Suebwonglee told AFP that a site in Nonthaburi province remained under 21-day surveillance for avian flu, “but if nothing goes wrong tomorrow, that will be lifted.”In Russia, the health ministry said only two areas are still affected by avian flu, down from 10 a month ago, according to another AFP report today. The sites are in the Kurgan region, about 1,300 miles southeast of Moscow, and in the Astrakhan region, about 930 miles south of Moscow, on the Caspian Sea.US eases restriction on Canadian poultryThe United States lifted a week-old ban on poultry from British Columbia after concluding that the strain of avian flu found in two ducks on farms east of Vancouver posed no threat to human health, Bloomberg News reported yesterday.The ban will remain in effect for poultry on farms within 3 miles of where the two infected ducks were found, the story said. Dr. Con Kiley of the Canadian Food Inspection Service said the virus found at the first farm was identified as an H5N2 strain, and the same result was expected at the second farm, according to the story. The farms are near Chilliwack.The United States had banned all live poultry and raw poultry products from British Columbia on Nov 21. About 58,000 ducks on the two affected farms were killed as a precaution.See also:Nov 29 WHO statement read more

Founder of House & Garden, Bob and Katrina Ferres have put their tropical retreat on the market

first_img14/131 Morala Avenue, Runaway Bay.“We have had the home for a while and the renovation really freshens it up,” Mr Ferres said.“My wife is an interior decorator so she opened it up and made it light and bright.“It is a really relaxing space to be in.”Mr Ferres said he spends most of his time outside in the alfresco area. The pool us surrounded by manicured lawns and tropical gardens. “I like to sit out there and have my coffee,” he said. 14/131 Morala Avenue, Runaway Bay.“I am really proud of my neighbourhood, it’s safe and secure and the reason we are moving is because our neighbours have moved,” he said. “They moved to Montego Hills and it turns out there is a house for sale next door to them.“It is kind of a funny story but we decided to stay neighbours with them and buy there.” The home at 14/131 Morala Ave has an open-plan living area with a modern style. A wine cellar adds a touch of luxury to the design. 14/131 Morala Avenue, Runaway Bay.The home in the Seaquester Quays estate sprawls out on a 980sq m block and includes a 10m private marina berth. The couple said they recently spent more than $250,000 on renovations. “We moved here from the Hunter Valley in 1990 and it was the first place we bought,” Mr Ferres said. 14/131 Morala Avenue, Runaway Bay.HOMEOWNERS Bob and Katrina Ferres are parting ways with their Runaway Bay home after 27 years.The couple, who founded homewares chain House & Garden in 1984, said the five-bedroom home was a perfect fit for their family. 14/131 Morala Avenue, Runaway Bay.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We founded the business in the Hunter Valley and brought it to the Gold Coast.“We haven’t moved since because we just couldn’t think of any place better to live. “The estate has two tennis courts and I get up every morning and go to Southport for a swim.”Mr Ferres said he had been in the estate so long he was the trees user of the body corporate.last_img read more

Alderweireld playing through pain

first_img The Belgium international instead broke a bone in his shoulder – a nasty little injury he somehow managed to play with as Saints drew 2-2 against Tottenham. “I have a small bone that is broken, so normally I couldn’t play but the desire to play was very high,” Alderweireld said. “I went to a specialist and he said ‘nothing can happen, it’s only pain management and how far you can go’. “So I did everything, I played with a lot of pain but, okay, I did my best to play and to help the team. “Everybody wants to play and last week I felt with my shoulder that maybe my season is over. “So, yeah, I am happy that I just broke a bone and not all of my shoulder. The desire to play is very big and I want to help the team, even with pain.” Alderweireld got through the match thanks to a concoction of grit, determination and painkillers. He left the field proud with the performance but frustrated by the result as Saints twice took the lead through Graziano Pelle, only to be pegged back by Erik Lamela and then Nacer Chadli. Press Association Still, just a point separates fifth-place Liverpool, Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs and Saints in seventh keeping the Europa League battle alive. “It would be very special,” Alderweireld said of reaching that competition. “The desire is big and every week we give 100 per cent to win and to try to achieve that. It will be amazing. “Of course we would rather like to have won, but all gates are open. “We didn’t lose so the next couple of weeks will decide whether we finish seventh or fifth or something. “We will do our best. We are confident because of how we played today and we will see next week.” Southampton continue their top-six push at Sunderland next weekend, while Spurs face the unenviable task of overcoming Manchester City. City have won six of the last seven meetings between the sides scoring 26 goals in the process, so Hugo Lloris could be in for a busy afternoon. “It will be a good game in front of our crowd,” the Tottenham goalkeeper said. “We have one week to prepare it and I think every player wants to be on the pitch because it is exciting to play that kind of game. “Before that, we need to rest a bit and prepare for this game as good as possible. We hope to get a positive result against them.” Lloris knows Spurs will need to produce a better performance than the one at St Mary’s – a game which marked his return from a knee injury. “After one month out, it was a pleasure to come back in the team,” he told Spurs TV “It is a good feeling, a good sensation and I think all of the medical staff and staff made a great job for me to come back as quick as possible. “It is part of football and it was good Michel (Vorm) as well. He was present and did very well for the team, so that means there is a good spirit in the team, especially between the goalkeepers.” Toby Alderweireld played with a broken bone in his shoulder this weekend, such is the defender’s desire to help Southampton achieve European qualification. Many assumed the 26-year-old’s season was over after a bad fall late in the loss at Stoke last week. Alderweireld, too, thought that his campaign was over as he left the field on a stretcher, yet Ronald Koeman’s initial suggestion that he had dislocated his shoulder proved incorrect. last_img read more

ICC World Cup Live Streaming Cricket, PAK VS WI Match 2: Watch West Indies vs Pakistan ICC World Cup Live at Hotstar & Star Sports TV

first_imgNew Delhi: Live Streaming Cricket and Score Updates, Pakistan vs West Indies at Hotstar and Star Sports: West Indies chose to bowl and the pacers put on an impressive show. Sheldon Cottrell got the big wicket of Imam ul Haq but Andre Russell troubled the Pakistan batsmen with his pace and hostility. Oshane Thomas was the star with 4/27 as Pakistan were bundled out for 105, their second-lowest total in World Cup history. In response, Chris Gayle started well but Mohammad Amir took three wickets to keep Pakistan in the hunt. Gayle blasted his 52nd fifty but Nicholas Pooran smashed a quick cameo as West Indies defeated Pakistan by seven wickets to start their World Cup campaign on a high. This was Pakistan’s 11th loss in 12 games. Here are the details of When and Where to watch Pakistan vs West Indies World Cup 2019 live cricket match online and on television. You can watch live Pakistan vs West Indies opening match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Star Sports Network and online on Hotstar. You can get details such as Live Cricket Match Streaming, Hotstar live cricket match today, live cricket score, Star Sports 1 Hindi Live Match, live cricket Pakistan vs West Indies match, World Cup match live today, cricket scorecard and much more. (SCORECARD)World Cup 2019, 2nd match: Pakistan vs West IndiesWhat time does the live coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan and West Indies start?The ICC World Cup 2019 opening match between Pakistan and West Indies at Trent Bridge will start at 03:00 PM IST. West Indies have chosen to bowl against Pakistan in Trent Bridge.Where will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan and West Indies be played?The clash between Pakistan and West Indies in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.Where to watch online live streaming of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 game between Pakistan and West Indies?You can watch the live streaming of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan and West Indies on Hotstar from 03.00 PM onwards.When is the game between Pakistan and West Indies in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019?The game between Pakistan and West Indies in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played on Friday, May 31. Where can I check the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan and West Indies?You can follow Live updates and Live Score on You can watch the live cricket match on Hotstar.Where can I watch the  ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan vs West Indies?The opening game of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between Pakistan vs West Indies will be broadcast live on Star Sports 1, Star Sports Select HD. Hindi commentary will be available on Star Sports 1 Hindi.What are the teams for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between Pakistan and West Indies?Pakistan (Playing XI): Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad AmirWest Indies (Playing XI): Chris Gayle, Shai Hope(w), Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, Andre Russell, Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more