As a result of the ongoing work of the Fort St. John RCMP’s Drug Section, working in conjunction with the North District Regional General Investigation Section, the following drug seizures and arrests have been made:On June 20, 2008, The Fort St. John RCMP executed a search warrant at a residence in the 9700 block at 96th Ave. to recover stolen property. During the search, approximately half pound of cocaine, ecstacy pills and over $5,000 in cash was seized. One 40 year-old female is charged for possession of cocaine, one 33 year- old male and one 43 year-old male are both charged for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of stolen property. The female and 43 year-old male will be making their first appearance in Fort St. John Provincial Court on August 20, 2008.On June 21, 2008, The Fort St. John Drug Section arrested a male after a traffic stop near the 9100 block of 96 Street turned up 15 grams of cocaine and close to $2,000 in cash. Charged for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking is Brian Gregory Byrne. Byrne was also charged for three separate breaches of his recognizance. Byrne had been previously charged for possession for the purpose of trafficking in September, 2007, and trafficking in January of 2008. Byrne will be appearing in Court to face these charges.Advertisement – Advertisement -On June 26, 2008, the Fort St. John Crime Reduction Team and the Fort St. John Drug Section arrested two males for trafficking cocaine after a vehicle stop in the 9600 block of 100th St. Approximately 2 ounces of cocaine and a quantity of cash were seized. Daniel Martin Thomas has been charged for trafficking cocaine and has been held in custody. Subsequent investigation discovered approximately 10 more ounces of cocaine located in Thomas’ hotel room.On June 27, 2008, the North District Regional GIS and the Fort St. John Drug Section received information on 2 kilogram level cocaine dealers in the Fort St. John Area. A search warrant was prepared and executed at an apartment residence on 89th Ave. near 86th St. During the search, 2 ounces of cocaine, a large container of GHB and several thousand dollars in cash was found. A large quantity of “Support Hell’s Angels” paraphernalia was also found during the search. As the investigation continued, approximately 1.8 pounds of cocaine were seized from a second location. Three people are facing a variety of charges under the Criminal Code and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. One of the subjects, Michael Warner of Fort St. John, was held in police custody, while two others, from Chilliwack, were released on bail, under condition to remain outside 100 km of Fort St. John except for the purposes of Court.On June 28, 2008, the North District Regional GIS and the Fort St. John Crime Reduction Team received information from the public relating to a cocaine trafficker. A Fort St. John male was located conducting a drug transaction and was subsequently located with a quantity of crack cocaine. The 20 year-old male, who will make an appearance in court at a later time, has been charged for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.On June 28, 2008 Information from the public also lead the North District RCMP and the Fort St. John Drug Section to an arrest of another Fort St. John drug trafficker in the 107th block of 99th Ave. When the RCMP attempted to make the arrest for trafficking cocaine, the suspect made an unsuccessful attempt to flee on foot. A 40 year-old male will make his first appearance in court on September 3, 2008.
0Shares0000Claudio Ranieri coached Roma from 2009-11 and has been linked with a return to the club © AFP/File / FILIPPO MONTEFORTEMILAN, Italy, Sep 24 – Former Roma coach Claudio Ranieri remained tight-lipped on Monday amid talk that he could be in line to replace under-fire Eusebio Di Francesco in the Stadio Olimpico hotseat.The club’s billionaire American owner James Pallotta said he was “disgusted” after the Serie A giants plunged to 14th with a 2-0 loss at Bologna. The 66-year-old Ranieri led Leicester City to the English Premier League title in 2016, but has been without a club since leaving French Ligue 1 club Nantes last May.“I am a fan, Roma is in my heart, but I hope that Di Francesco can move forward,” Ranieri told Radio Anch’Io Sport when asked if he would be interested in a move back to his hometown club.Former defender Ranieri started his senior football career in Rome in 1973 and later coached the club for two years from 2009, just missing out on the Serie A title in 2010.“That Scudetto we lost in the last half-hour of the final day still burns. I think about it often, although I partly redeemed myself at Leicester,” recalled the former Chelsea, Napoli and Inter Milan boss who has said he is keen to continue in management.Meanwhile, Ranieri believes Roma are paying the price for selling key players, rather than blaming Di Francesco, 49, who took over in 2017 and led the team to third last season.Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson moved to Liverpool during the summer with Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan going to Inter and Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman to Marseille.“Di Francesco is one of the best young coaches we have in Italy, for reasons of financial fair play the team has been changed, three players who were the backbone of Rome have been sold,” he said.“When a coach signs a contract, he’ll know his team’s philosophy.“Di Francesco knew what he was signing up for.“Roma have been selling their best players for years, although it’s clear no-one expected the team to perform like they have.“The players seem afraid of touching the ball, as if it’s hot.“The potential is there,” added Ranieri, “but we must find the spark.”According to press reports, Di Francesco has been given two games to save his job, starting against promoted Frosinone midweek, before the city derby agnst Lazio at the weekend.Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has also been touted as a possible replacement, along with Portuguese coach Paulo Sousa, who is currently in charge of Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian.Sousa coached Serie A side Fiorentina from 2015 to 2017.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
BUSINESS: A hugely popular Donegal business has been shortlisted for a prestigious award that recognizes the contribution it makes to families in the locality. Kelly’s American Roadside Diner has earned a stellar reputation over the years for providing wonderful food and terrific customer service excellence.However, it has been nominated and shortlisted for its service to families, the popular restaurant caters for children of all ages and part of its ethos is to make it a ‘family friendly’ environment.That commitment has not gone unnoticed, and as a result Kelly’s American Roadside Diner has been nominated for the ‘Families First Restaurant of the Year award.Management at Kelly’s Diner have expressed delight at their nomination, and are appealing to the public for votes!Marketing manager Leah McNulty told Donegal Daily, “We are very proud to announce that Kelly’s American Roadside Diner has been nominated and successfully shortlisted to the grand final of the “Families First Restaurant of the year” award.“To win this award would mean so much to us and we ask for your help by clicking the below link and selecting Kelly’s American Roadside Diner.”North & North West – Select Category to Vote – Families First NI Families First is a fun-filled friendly, easy to use site covering everything from pregnancy, babies, schooling, health, fashion, beauty, behaviours, activities to do and everything in between.Leah added, “As a thank you to those who vote for us – we are giving away a complimentary Saturday Steak for 2 voucher AND a family voucher for Lurgybrack fun farm to use any weekend before the end of September.“All you have to do is click the link 👆, vote for us and send us a snapshot when done!!”Donegal business shortlisted for Families First Restaurant of the Year was last modified: September 13th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:awardBusinessdonegalFamilies FirstFeaturesKelly’s American Roadside Dinernews
Donegal soccer star Shay Given will give his opinion on how Ireland is going to do at Euro 2012 when he appears on RTE’s Late Late Show tonight.The Lifford man, the highest capped player on the team with 121 games to date, will be one of the main guests on the show.Shay’s family including dad Seamus are believed to be making the journey to Dublin for the show. A spokesman for RTE told Donegal Daily that host Ryan Tubridy is really looking forward to chatting with the affable goalkeeper.“Shay is an Irish hero and Ryan is a big fan.“Everyone knows that Shay is such a down-to-earth guy and a genuine hero to all Irish kids and soccer fans.“It’s a one on one interview and hopefully Shay will give us some insight into how he thinks we will do at Euro 2012,” said the spokesperson. SHAY TO TELL ALL ON TONIGHT’S LATE LATE SHOW was last modified: May 18th, 2012 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:Ryan TubridyShay GiovenThe Late Late Show
DMG Motors of Donegal are continuing their sensational ‘Get your Car for Free’ competition with some incredible offers on used cars.From May 2019 to May 2020, all used car buyers at DMG Motors will be entered into a draw to win the price of their vehicle back for free.There is no shortage of quality used car options at the DMG Motors showroom outside Donegal Town either. The August Car of the Month is an impressive Skoda Yeti Outdoor 2016.www.dmgmotors.ieThis is a spacious SUV crossover with fantastic features, such as 17-inch alloy wheels, a multi-function steering wheel, Bluetooth, automatic lights and wipers, reversing sensors. The roomy interiors and boot space make it an excellent family car and it is a great on and off-road drive.The key details:Mileage: 32,932 miles / 52,997 kmEngine Size: 2.0Fuel Type: DieselOne previous ownerHere, Will Patterson gives a quick introduction to this practical and roomy Skoda Yeti: If this sounds like your dream car, why not visit DMG Motors to take it for a test drive? Call (074) 972 1396 to book now.www.dmgmotors.iewww.dmgmotors.iewww.dmgmotors.ieGet your car for free @ DMGAnd the extra bonus is you could be in with a chance of winning the price back!The Get your car for free @ DMG giveaway means each customer who buys a used car at DMG will receive a unique number on delivery which will be placed in the draw.The winner will be drawn independently on Friday 1st May 2020.In the video below, Finn Harps legend Kevin McHugh explains how winning could be as easy as 1-2-3! Visit the Facebook offer page here to tag your friends: https://www.facebook.com/pg/DMG-Motors-221791084500477/offers/Browse the current stock now at: www.dmgmotors.ieWATCH: See why the Skoda Yeti is car of the month at DMG Motors was last modified: August 8th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:carsDMG MOTORSdmg motors car of the monthDonegal TownSkodaused carsyeti
Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting bernard lunn Tags:#Gritty Entrepreneurs#NYT#start#StartUp 101 A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… This is one post/chapter in a serialized book called Startup 101. For the introduction and table of contents, please click here.“It ain’t over till the fat lady sings” means that nothing happens until you get the signature on the contract. That is when the money gets wired. Deals often get derailed. They drift, and then nothing happens. Or a competitor comes in and snatches the prize from you. That is why a “closer,” someone who can seal the deal, is so prized.For enterprise systems, closing is a core competency. For Web ventures, you may need the skill less. But when you do need it (to raise money or win over a big strategic partner), you really need it. And you cannot delegate negotiating and closing. You can get advisors, but as the entrepreneur/CEO, you have to make the big calls. So, in this chapter we aim to distill a few libraries’ worth of books on negotiating and closing into a few points for the busy entrepreneur.Four Points on Negotiation and ClosingTwo ears, one mouth,Wait until you hear them scream,Use tension to your advantage,Imagine the press conference.Deals are deals. The deal could be securing an enterprise-wide contract for your software, raising a Series A VC round, selling your venture, or doing a big partnership deal. We tend to use the language of “buyer” and “seller” when discussing these four points, but they can apply to any kind of deal.Two Ears, One MouthThis is the simplest and most important sales lesson: listen. It also means keep quiet. No golden oratory, no gift of the gab, no persuasive speeches. Just listen to what the customer wants and let them reveal their needs and negotiating position. Then work out how to present what you have to meet those needs. Or decide that they are not the one to focus on and move on to a better a prospect.Silence is very awkward socially. We are all brought up to fill these awkward moments with some type of conversation. Good negotiators use silence to great advantage.Let’s say you have just proposed a valuation to your investor. The investor looks at you with a blank stare. Time ticks by and you think the deal has gone south. You start to think, “Oh no, we blew it and started too high.” More time ticks by. You could stammer something about it “all being negotiable, of course” or just keep silent and wait for him to say something. It is, after all, his turn to speak, and he will probably say something.When someone agrees with you, shut up. When the contract is about to be signed, shut up, or talk about the weather. You can derail a good deal by raising more issues than need to be raised.It is a simple mantra: you have two ears and only one mouth. Use them accordingly. If in doubt, shut up!Wait Until You Hear Them ScreamWhen I managed a six-person sales team selling financial trading systems on Wall Street, there was one guy who was consistently the best performer. He was also, by all other visible metrics, the worst salesperson. His presentations were rambling and verged on incoherent. His writing style would have given my old English teacher apoplexy. He was consistently abrupt, almost rude, to all concerned. He came in late, left early, and took long, expensive lunches.I was really interested to find out what he was doing right. I do not believe that luck is a consistent reason for success. He must have been doing something really, really well, because everything visible he was doing was being done very badly.I discovered that the thing he was doing right was qualifying his prospects with great care and discipline. We all know we should do that, but very few salespeople do it well at all. We think sales is all about hard work, persistence, determination, and all those other good Protestant work ethics. So, we drive relentlessly on, calling each prospect for the umpteenth time.This guy on my team waited until he could see that a customer’s need was real and urgent. He waited till he could hear them scream. He then looked for an indicator that we had an edge in the deal, some unfair advantage.His laziness was a bit of an act. In reality, he was a tireless networker. That is what all those long, expensive lunches were about. However, he worked to create a sense of equality among, and respect for, his customers. Salespeople are usually all too ready to get on their knees for that all-powerful buyer or investor with the big budget or fund. The buyer won’t respect that salesperson and will ignore five of their calls, assured he will find another seller.Yes, it is a bit of a power game. The game is easy to play if you work for its most powerful player. But it is hardest to play when times are tough and you are behind in your revenue targets, or when your venture is running out of cash.One way of checking for urgency is to see how much effort the prospect is putting into your relationship. You have to be able to see some equality of effort. Calling five times before the prospect returns your call is not equality. If you send reams of information and give multiple presentations, but the prospect won’t fill in a detailed requirements questionnaire, that is not equality of effort. With every call, you want the prospect to do something. If this does not happen, then they are not screaming loud enough, and you should move on to your next opportunity.Make sure you have a live one by waiting for them to scream. Make your prospect do some work before you get too excited.Using Tension to Your AdvantageIf you sell big-ticket deals, you don’t need that many to reach your revenue targets. If you are getting venture capital to power your dreams, you may need to close only one deal for your venture to succeed. But these deals take a long time to close, almost never less than three months and often twelve months or more. By the time you enter the “closing zone,” you and your teammates have expended a lot of time and energy, your company is relying on you to close the deal, and you are starting to think about what you will do once the deal closes.This is an exhilarating, scary, dangerous time. Exhilarating because you are so close to a big “high five” success. Scary because if you lose now when you can almost taste success, the disappointment will be bitter. Dangerous because a smart buyer could easily exploit your intense desire to close the deal and force major concessions out of you.Donald Trump (the real-estate developer), in his book “The Art of the Deal,” talks about guiding the other side to the point that they really want the deal and think it is in the bag. Then he backs off and demands major concessions. Smart buyers everywhere have learned some variation of this tactic.This is when you get a knot in your stomach and may witness table-banging and raised voices. All of this unpleasant stuff is good news. Experienced deal closers recognize these as signs that a deal is closing. The absence of these signs is actually a cause for concern!One thread running through all good negotiations is some sign of real pain from the buyer that leaves you confident you are not leaving too much money on the table. Of course, the buyer knows you will be looking for this and will send signals that you have reached their limit. The skill comes in differentiating between fake pain, as in “This is well above our budget, and my boss will kill me if I agree,” and the real thing. The buyer will also be looking for the same signs from you.Losing your temper is usually not good. It implies a lack of control and usually signals fear and weakness rather than strength. However, sometimes it can be very effective. Negotiators use many tactics to simulate table-banging without killing the deal. You can use the old good cop/bad cop routine, or the “My intransigent boss will never agree to this” line, or you could use a stalking horse to lay down a negotiating line.Your tactic will depend on the specifics of the sale, but the one constant is that when your stomach gets in a knot, you have probably entered the closing zone, and that is good. We were engineered for fight or flight for a reason!Imagine the Press ConferenceEarly on in a big complex sale, take time for a bit of day-dreaming. Imagine the press conference in which the CEO or partner of the company you are selling to announces the project to the press.Perhaps you think day-dreaming is rather self-indulgent. Perhaps this is some variant of the old “think positive” reinforcement.Actually, this is a very practical, strategic selling tool.Complex sales are… well, complex. As if you were in the middle of a chess game, your brain can hurt and you may not see the forest for the trees. You are probably juggling internal politics, resource constraints, pressure from partners, competitive moves, and customer politics… and that’s before you’ve had lunch!You need a way to stay focused on what really matters. You need to know the single over-riding motivation of your decision-maker. This is the story your decision-maker will tell at the press conference when the deal is done. He will say why his great initiative will have a big effect on one of his company’s key strategic objectives and why he was smart enough to select the one vendor that was ideal for the project.Unless you know this story, you will be shooting in the dark.To cut your way through the complexity of enterprise sales, you need to simplify. Select the person who is the key decision-maker. Understand what is important to him. Find the one big reason why he wants to do this project. Select the one reason why he will announce that your company is the right vendor.In long sales cycles, take time to imagine the press conference. Use this to get clarity on the key “ones”: one decision-maker, one business driver, and one vendor selection driver. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
The new features available at PremiumBeat take music search and music discovery to new heights. Check out the newest tools and enhancements that make your search for that perfect track a breeze.Over the last several months, the PremiumBeat team has been hard at work making your experience with our site more pleasant. We knocked on multiple doors, called tons of numbers, and sent thousands of emails asking videographers, filmmakers, and podcasters what they’d improve in music search and music discovery.Afterward, we put together a list, rolled up our sleeves, and got to work. Now we’re proud to walk you through all the great enhancements and additions we’ve brought to PremiumBeat.Let’s take a look.Impressive HomepageLet’s start with the new homepage. We combined all the most important parts in the dynamic tabs, so you don’t have to scroll. The Browse view helps you find the tracks that our musicians curate for you. You’ll also see the trending tracks and the newest additions to our music library. Don’t like our selections? There is always the “View All” button that makes thousands of tracks immediately available.The Collections view gives you that personal touch from our music editors. These are the music collections we argued about, agreed on, and then argued about some more. They’re the best we have to offer, so enjoy the ultra-curated tunes in this view.Already know the genre and the mood you need for your project? Then turn to the Genres and Moods views, and get what you need with a single click.PRO-free MusicWe know that sometimes you need music cleared of all rights whatsoever. For this, we’ve created a unique PRO-free music collection. This music collection includes thousands of tracks composed by artists who aren’t affiliated with performance rights organizations (PROs). In other words, this music is perfect for projects that end up on television, film, or radio.If, say, you’re in Germany, this music is GEMA-free. The same is valid for all other countries.Now it’s easy to find PRO-free music on PremiumBeat. Use the PRO-free filter in the Advanced filter section on the search page.We’ve also marked PRO-free tracks as such on their respective pages. Keep an eye out for them on music track pages.Working with PRO OrganizationsIf the music you picked is not marked as PRO-free, and you plan to use it in a feature film or on TV or radio, you’ll need to go through these additional easy steps. Have a look — we’ve explained how to report the music you’ve used in your projects in easy-to-follow guidelines.New Search RefinementsWe’d like you to focus on the creative part of your project, like spending your time figuring out new approaches to your edits in your NLE. With that in mind, we realize how important it is to find the right music track quickly. Our team looked at the most-requested refinements and added them to the site’s search. Now you can refine your music search results to get to that ideal track in no time.We added a whole family of Advanced Filters.Start with the Editor’s Pick filter. Explore our music team’s curated favorites. We put hours into these playlists, and we hope you’ll love them as much as we do.You probably know that all PremiumBeat music tracks come with shorts and loops. A vast majority of our tracks also include stems. You can now filter all tracks and listen only to the tracks with Stems, with Short versions, and/or with Loops.If you don’t know what those terms mean, here’s a quick rundown:Music Stems are audio files split into several music elements. Stems offer more editing control over the audio.Shorts are shortened versions of a music track.Loops are short sections of a music track edited to repeat continuously.If your project needs instrumental music, we have you covered with the new Instrumental Only advanced filter. It takes you just a click to exclude vocals from your search results. Give it a try!Advanced Music Search TechniquesNow that you’ve made it all the way here, how about a treat?Whether you’re new to PremiumBeat or you’ve been using the music library for quite a while, you’ve probably set up a number of music playlists. Scrolling through them all may be time-consuming. To make your life easier, you can search all your carefully selected playlists. Just use the search field in the playlist area of your PremiumBeat account. Search by the playlist name, the name of the track, or the artist’s name.We also added Instruments in our search prompts. Give those prompts one extra second to show up when you type in the search field.Here is another search secret you didn’t know about: you can now search by the preview file name.We know how it works: you download the preview comp, put it in your project, and pass a bunch of versions to your client for approval. It takes the client days, weeks, or maybe months to get back to you. With the approved version in hand, you need to license the track. Just throw the file’s name in the search field, and you’ll get to the track’s page in no time.Our search pages now feature multiple pages for easier navigation. The interesting thing is that you don’t need to click through to each new page in your search results. Just use the keyboard shortcuts to browse through music.The Left/Right and Up/Down keys help you go through tracks and move from page to page when you reach the bottom of your search results. The Keyboard Shortcuts are true time savers!While browsing the site and listening to various music tracks, you’ll notice that the music player is there with you. We’ve made sure it’s present while you navigate from page to page. You can always pause the music.More Features ComingFinding the perfect music track isn’t easy; we know it can be time-consuming. But we designed all these enhancements to make your experience on our site truly better.With new music going up on the PremiumBeat library every day, our team is committed to helping you find the perfect track for your creative needs as efficiently as possible. And we’re planning to add even more useful tools.So stick around. We’ll be right back!All the above enhancements and updates can be already found on PremiumBeat.com.Looking for more details about adding music to your projects? 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Road traffic was disrupted, schools remained shut in some cities, while Internet services were suspended in Pune district during the state-wide bandh called on Thursday by Maratha outfits in support of their demand for reservation. Despite coordinators of the Maratha Kranti Morcha exhorting demonstrators to adhere to a ‘code of conduct’, there were reports of violence in parts of Pune and in the Marathwada region.A mob vandalised a section of the Pune District Collectorate while traffic along the Mumbai-Pune expressway was held up for several hours during the day as protesters staged demonstrations at the Urse toll plaza.The police also resorted to lathi-charge and lobbed tear gas shells to disperse a mob of nearly 1,000 in the city’s Chandni Chowk area, after they had blocked the Katraj-Dehu Road bypass for several hours, leading to snarls along the Pune-Bengaluru highway.“An aggressive mob of youngsters, aged 18-25 years, stormed the Collectorate premises demanding immediate reservation. Till then, the sit-in agitation [held by the Sakal Maratha Samaj] outside the building had ended without incident,” said Pune District Collector Naval Kishore Ram.The mob reportedly attempted to prevent television media personnel trying to cover the incident.Shantaram Kunjir, one of the Morcha coordinators in Pune, said those who vandalised the security cabin of the Collectorate were not part of their demonstration.In Aurangabad’s Waluj MIDC area, mobs torched a couple of private vehicles and a police van, compelling security personnel to resort to lathi-charge and lob tear-gas shells in the air. In Latur, stones were pelted on the car of Congress legislator Trimbak Bhise. He was also, jeered at and shoved about till he was compelled to beat a hasty retreat.Buses damaged Incidents of stone pelting on State Transport buses were reported from Nashik. According to authorities, the windows of some private vehicles were smashed after a sit-in agitation at Nashik’s Dongre Vasti Gruh Maidan suddenly turned violent. An irate mob heckled and shoved former legislator Manikrao Kokate when heattempted to join the agitation.In Hingoli district, there were reports of a mob torching a mini-school bus, while agitators, along with their livestock, staged roadblocks in some areas in Parbhani district.Schools, colleges shut Along with Pune and Ahmednagar districts, schools, colleges, varsities remained shut in a number of districts in the Marathwada region including Aurangabad, Jalna, Nanded and Beed.As a prudential measure, district authorities suspended internet services in seven taluks in Pune including Baramati, Shirur, Junnar and Daund for the better part of the day. Likewise, there was a clampdown on internet services in Sangli, Solapur and Kolhapur districts in western Maharashtra as well.In Chakan MIDC, which witnessed a bout of violence last week, drones were deployed to as a precautionary measure. Most IT companies in the Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park in Pune’s Hinjewadi area remained closed.Pro-quota agitators staged a sit-in outside the Baramati residence of Maratha strongman and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief, Sharad Pawar. NCP leader Ajit Pawar later joined the demonstration and raised pro-reservation slogans.The Mumbai-Pune expressway witnessed markedly reduced vehicular movement while the traffic all but came to a standstill along the Pune-Ahmednagar road.Roadblocks were also erected at a number of points in Malegaon in Nashik district.
View comments Google Philippines names new country director Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Aung La N Sang keeps ONE middleweight title, Brandon Vera challenges for Light heavyweight belt Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag Xiong Jin Nan dealt Lee her first defeat to retain her women’s strawweight world title in the co-main event of ONE: A New Era Sunday night at Ryogoku Kokugikan here.Xiong stopped Lee in the fifth round to extend her winning streak to nine.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsBut run nearly came to a halt after she barely survived an armbar applied by Lee with still a minute left in the fourth round.EPIC armbar escape 😱 @angelaleemma #WeAreONE #ANewEra #Tokyo #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/aEN8Loo7KV— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) March 31, 2019Showing the heart of a champion, Xiong refused to tap and then, came out with a flurry in the fifth round.ADVERTISEMENT Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event TOKYO, Japan—Angela Lee moved up in weight and sought to make history but she ended up meeting her match.ADVERTISEMENT Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd PLAY LIST 02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd00:50Trending Articles01:51SC gives QC court one month extension to resolve Maguindanao massacre case02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles The Chinese star broke Lee down with a body punch before she relentlessly unleashed combinations to force the stoppage.The 31-year-old Xiong foiled Lee’s bid to become ONE Championship’s first two-division women’s champion.ADVERTISEMENT Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES
Chengdu: Pablo Carreno Busta claimed his first ATP title in more than two years after outlasting Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik to win the Chengdu Open Sunday.The 28-year-old Spaniard collapsed to his knees after prevailing in just over two gruelling hours, 6-7 (5/7), 6-4, 7-6 (7/3). The world-ranked 63’s last title on the ATP Tour came at Portugal’s Estoril in May 2017.The triumph in China was his fourth career crown and comes after Carreno Busta struggled with a shoulder injury earlier this year.”The surface was fast but I was very good with my serve during all my matches and I think that was the key to me being the winner of the tournament,” he said.Champion in Chengdu! 🏆 @pablocarreno91 secures his first ATP title since 2017, downing Alexander Bublik 6-7(5) 6-4 7-6(3)🎥: @TennisTV pic.twitter.com/QPKJZH6XtS— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) September 29, 2019 “This year has been quite tough for me because of injuries at the beginning of the year.”It’s really tough when you cannot play and cannot enjoy this sport.”But I just tried to continue working hard because I know when you work and you do as much as possible, normally you will get the prize.”Bublik, 22, ranked 71st, had been chasing a maiden ATP title.He stunned fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-finals. Alexander BublikatpChengdu Openpablo carreno busta First Published: September 29, 2019, 4:35 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.