WINNIPEG — ICE Futures Canada closing prices:Canola: Nov. ’17 $1.50 lower $495.20; Jan. ’18 $2.00 lower $500.10; March ’18 $2.10 lower $504.90; May ’18 $2.00 lower $507.40; July ’18 $1.80 lower $508.50; Nov. ’18 $1.50 lower $484.50; Jan. ’19 $1.50 lower $486.20; March ’19 $1.50 lower $488.90; May 19 $1.50 lower $488.90; July ’19 $1.50 lower $488.90; Nov. ’19 $1.50 lower $488.90.Barley (Western): Oct. ’17 unchanged $145.00; Dec. ’17 unchanged $148.00; March ’18 unchanged $151.00; May ’18 unchanged $151.00; July ’18 unchanged $151.00; Oct. ’18 unchanged $151.00; Dec. ’18 unchanged $151.00; March ’19 unchanged $151.00; May ’19 unchanged $151.00; July ’19 unchanged $151.00; Oct. ’19 unchanged $151.00.Tuesday’s estimated volume of trade: 579,760 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley). Total: 579,760.
Authorities: 11 cars of freight train derail in Iowa; 3 cars catch fire, 3 plunge into river DUBUQUE, Iowa – Authorities at the scene of a freight train derailment in eastern Iowa say 11 cars have derailed, with three of them catching fire and three plunging into the Mississippi River.Dubuque Fire Chief Rick Steines tells the Dubuque Telegraph Herald (http://bit.ly/1I2it7t ) 10 derailed cars were carrying ethanol, which is spilling into the river but it’s not clear at what rate.The cars on the eastbound train derailed around 11:20 a.m. in a rural unpopulated area about 10 miles north of Dubuque. The tracks run along the Mississippi River.Iowa Department of Natural Resources spokesman Kevin Baskins says his department has officers at the scene to assess the environmental impact. But he says it’s difficult to get close because there are no roads and authorities are keeping everyone a half-mile away as a precaution. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Feb 4, 2015 12:02 pm MDT
Guinea’s National Emergency Response Centre is convening a meeting today to further coordinate a rapid response to contain the flare-up, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a press release.“WHO continues to stress that Sierra Leone, as well as Liberia and Guinea, are still at risk of Ebola flare-ups, largely due to virus persistence in some survivors, and must remain on high alert and ready to respond,” the agency said.Guinean health officials in the region alerted WHO and partners on Wednesday to three unexplained deaths in recent weeks in Koropara, a village in the southern prefecture of Nzérékoré.Yesterday, Guinea’s Ministry of Health, WHO, the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) sent in investigators. Samples were taken from four individuals. A mother and her 5-year-old son, relatives of the decreased, have been taken to a treatment facility after the two confirmed positive for Ebola virus in lab tests.In coordination with Guinea’s health ministry, WHO today deployed an initial team of epidemiologists, surveillance experts, vaccinators, social mobilizers, contact tracers and an anthropologist to support an inter-agency response.More specialists are expected to arrive in the coming days. Response teams will work to investigate the origin of the new infections and to identify, isolate, vaccinate and monitor all contacts of the new cases and those who died.The new infections in Guinea were confirmed on the same day that WHO declared the end of the latest Ebola flare-up in neighbouring Sierra Leone. WHO said recurrences of the disease should be anticipated and that the 3 Ebola-affected countries must maintain strong capacity to prevent, detect and respond to disease outbreaks.The worst Ebola outbreak in history first began in Guinea in December 2013 and has since claimed more than 11,300 lives, mostly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
On second thought, Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert said he would have traded LeBron James instead of being in the weakened position of allowing James to bolt as an unrestricted free agent to Miami with his team receiving no compensation.Gilbert had expressed anger and dismay when James announced he was “taking his talents to South Beach” two years ago. Gilbert even said in a scathing open letter that his Cavaliers would win a championship before James.Tuesday night, Gilbert said that if he and then-general manager Danny Ferry could do it all over again, they would have assured the team would get some assets in return instead of allowing James to leave a huge hole in the organization.“The key thing, whoever you are and wherever you are, you cannot wait,” Gilbert said. ”The big lesson was if a player is not willing to extend, no matter who they are, no matter where they are playing, no matter what kind of season you had, you cannot risk going into a summer and having them leave in unrestricted free agency and get nothing back for it.”Gilbert admitted there would have been some backlash to trading James at the height of his career.“I’m sure the player or whoever would have said, ‘Of course I would have stayed. You guys screwed up and ruined the whole franchise.’ You’re in a no-win situation,” Gilbert said.His proclamation of winning a title before James came back to haunt him in June, when James concluded a brilliant season with his first NBA title. That, according to Gilbert, should close that chapter of the aftermath of James’ departure.“If you’re going to predict something that doesn’t happen and you’re going to do it publicly, you’d for sure take it back,” Gilbert said. “When that happened, when they won, it was the end of the end of the end of that whole thing. Now there’s nothing more to talk about.“In a way it was like a little bit of a relief. If they didn’t win it, it would’ve been still another thing of who’s going to win it [first]?”As for his team, “We want to win as much as the fans do,” Gilbert said. “No matter how long it takes, and no matter what it takes, we’re just going to keep going until we get there.”
Experts said patients were being put at risk by a scarcity of family doctors Credit:Alamy Forecasts suggest that on current trends, Britain will face a shortfall of almost 10,000 GPs within four years. Rising numbers of family doctors are retiring early, partly fuelled by Treasury rules which have increased tax rates for those with pension pots worth more than £1 million. In total, 10 of 104 commissioners of out-of-hours care said there had been occasions when patients had no out-of-hours GP cover at all in 2016, the investigation by Pulse magazine found.In Peterborough, there were nine shifts where 230,000 patients were left without access to an out-of-hours GP. All children under the age of four were “defaulted” to A&E.In Tower Hamlets, east London, no GP was available on 12 occasions. This meant a population of more than 250,000 was told to contact A&E or the “community night team”.In Doncaster, nurses and paramedics had to cover a population of 300,000 patients on three occasions, with no GP even available by phone on one occasion. And in the Scottish Highlands, there were 31 times when out-of-hours centres were closed due to staff shortages. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. National quality standards say all patients should be able to access a GP face to face at any time if it is clinically appopriate.In 2012, private out-of-hours provider Serco was criticised after a whistleblower revealed the company only had one GP covering a population of 500,000 people in Cornwall.But GPs suggested the situation is rapidly deteriorating, with many areas now sometimes left with no cover at all. Four million patients have been left without a GP available at night or weekends at some point in the last year, an investigation has found.One in ten areas did not have a single doctor available to cover the shift, heaping pressures on Accident & Emergency departments, new figures show.Senior doctors said the findings exposed “worrying” holes in patient safety, which meant patients had to rely on those without medical qualifications or turn to A&E. The national shortages have contributed to lengthening waiting times to see a doctor and a sharp rise in the number of practices refusing to take new patients. Official figures show the number of patients waiting at least a week to see a GP has risen by one third in three years, with more than 14 million patients waiting a week to get an appointment, or giving up, in 2015.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Divorces rose by six per cent to 106,959 in 2016 from 2015’s figure of 101,055. The overall number peaked in 2004, when 152,923 divorces took place. Paul Brencher, health and protection director at Aviva said: “Aside from the costs of a new home, separating couples across the UK spend £1.7bn getting back on their feet after the breakdown of a relationship on costs including legal fees, buying a car or paying for a newfound need for childcare. Show more Living under the same roof as an ex is most people’s worst nightmare. But it’s a reality for an increasing number of estranged couples who are forced to stay in the marital home even after a divorce.Rising house prices are behind the trend, with one in six former couples forced to live together following their split, a report has found.The figure has risen from one in 10 since the last report, by insurer Aviva, was produced in 2014. In London, where property is more expensive, it is 28 per cent of couples. Almost 90 per cent of those who stay living together do so for more than a month, with 39 per cent living in the same house for more than three months. Some couples stay living together for a year or more because they cannot afford to separate. The survey suggested that the rise was down to increasing house prices which made it more difficult for individuals to buy a property alone. Figures from the Office for National Statistics published last year showed that average house prices had reached record levels, at 7.6 times average England and Wales earnings. In some central London areas the figure is as much as 38 times. “As a consequence, it is little surprise that they are drawn towards their savings for support or borrowing from friends and family. Many additionally find themselves priced out of the property market. One in six couples did manage to buy new homes, and spent an average of £144,600 per person, almost £100,000 lower than the average UK house price, suggesting that they were forced to downsize into smaller accommodation following their split. Many couples who had owned a home were also forced to rent for an average of 4.7 years, with one in five divorced people still renting a decade after their split. Renters were pessimistic about their future buying prospects, with 70 per cent saying they did not think they would own their own home again. Women were more likely than men to remain in the marital home and fully own it after divorce or separation, possibly because they were more likely to live with the couple’s children until they became adults.In more than one in five cases, parents said their children had been forced to move home following a split. The overall cost of divorce had risen from £12,432 in 2014 to £14,561 per couple in 2016, a 17 per cent increase.The largest expenses were on legal fees, with UK couples spending an estimated total of £337.8m on this, and childcare costs, which came to £216.9m.
“I am sure we are close to 50:50 participation- it’s not like we are only five per cent of the runners. Every year previously the finisher t-shirt has always been the new balance unisex one that has been given out. I haven’t heard anything about it being different to what it usually is this year. There is no fit to them and they usually have much longer sleeves which causes its own problems when it’s baggy under the arm, which traps a lot of heat so it’s not particularly comfortable to run in. Some women have stopped taking the t-shirt when they see unisex because they know it doesn’t fit.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. 2018 London Marathon Finishers T-Shirt She told The Telegraph: “We all pay the same entrance fee so we are not getting the same deal as the men. I think it is sexist as being male is the default and women have to put up with it. It isn’t ever the other way around. T-shirts are trivial but it’s another side of the same issue of the world being designed around men. If organisers want to increase the amount of participation and make women feel more welcomed this would be a good way to do it.” The London Marathon is facing pressure to make separate ‘finisher T-shirts’ for male and female runners following complaints that their current unisex design is “sexist” to female participants.Equality campaigners have said the fits of the New Balance t-shirts given to all runners who cross the finish line are too big for women as they cater to the size of an average man.Far from leaving female participants with a sense of pride after completing the 26.2 mile event, many discarded the garments or refused to pick them up at last year’s race because they assumed they wouldn’t be the correct shape.There are now mounting calls for the London Marathon to provide a range of t-shirts for each gender so it falls in line with the polices adopted by other major marathons such as TCS Amsterdam and Paris International.Maud Hodson, a member of the East London Runners and a representative from the Run Equal Campaign, who champion gender equality in athletics, said the oversized t-shirts can make many women feel unwelcome.Ms Hodson, who has been running for a decade, found the thin dark Grey polyester t-shirt given to competitors at the end of the 2018 London Marathon far too big for her. A record 40,273 people finished the London Marathon last year, with 50.2% of the total runners being female.With such a high rate of female participation in the event, which began in 1981, there are questions as to why the t-shirts have not become more representative of the body shapes of different women.Although female sport attire has traditionally been variations of the uniforms made for men, there have been recent moves to provide more bespoke outfits.Nike has announced the new football kits made for the fourteen national teams ahead of this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in France will be especially designed for the women’s team for the first time.But many feel like not enough is being done by major UK marathon competition organisers to ensure gender equality at their races. Sorry to have a bee in my bonnet .@NewBalanceUK .@LondonMarathon It took me 2hrs to sew my @OfficialBigHalf Men’s T-shirt so it actually fits me…Am I expecting a similar ill fitting Men’s T-shirt on Sunday at arguably the biggest/best marathon in the world? #londonmarathon 😕 pic.twitter.com/g5bL5cOVvh— Heather Castle (Rainsbury) (@jamandstuff) April 24, 2019 Heather Castle, a 38-year-old from Lee, South-East London, has been running for seven years and has completed the London Marathon twice before.She said: “Men aren’t made to wear women’s t-shirts, so I don’t get how in 2019 that we are still being made to wear mens t-shirts. I have altered a few of my race t-shirts because I work in theatre so I know how to use a sewing machine. It makes you feel like you are not really supposed to be there and not a member of the community. We run equal distances and there a lot of fast women out there but it still feels like we are not supposed to be here. The London Marathon organisers were asked to provide details for the t-shirt designs for this years competition but said they wanted to leave it as a surprise.A spokesperson said: “We have sizes XXS – XXL at the finish. Runners select the size they want and if they want to exchange after they get home they can contact us and we will endeavour to help.”
…says territorial integrity should be at the forefront of diplomats work programmeSeated from right: Director General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms Audrey Waddell, Veteran Guyanese Diplomat, Sir Shridath Ramphal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo with Guyana’s overseas Heads of Missions at State House.President David Granger said that a small State like Guyana, with limited resources, can ill afford the contentious and confrontational amphitheatre of international relations and, therefore, it must pursue in its national interest, the safeguarding of its territorial integrity and promotion of trade and economic development through diplomacy.He noted too, that an important part of Guyana’s diplomatic policy is to garner international and regional support to ensure the safety and security of its citizens. The President was at the time delivering an address to Guyana’s overseas diplomatic representatives, who are all in the country for the 2017 Heads of Missions Conference, which opened on Monday at the Pegasus Hotel.“The protection and projection of Guyana’s sovereignty are essential elements of Guyana’s diplomacy. Guyana lacks both the economic strength to sanction other states and the military capability to extend its power beyond its borders. A small state, notwithstanding its limitations, can seek to influence international relations in order to achieve its foreign policy objectives,” the Head of State said.It is against this backdrop, that he charged the Heads of Missions to ensure that the pursuit of the national interest, which is inextricably linked to territorial integrity, is at the forefront of their work programme.He explained that in the face of threats to security and sovereignty, Guyana has sought and obtained the protection and support of the international community, noting that Guyana has consistently elicited assurances of solidarity and support for its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Commonwealth and other international organisations such as the United Nations. “The United Nations General Assembly Resolution (A/RES/49/31) of 1994 called on the Security Council and other relevant organs of the United Nations to pay special attention to the protection and security of small States…,” President Granger reminded.Speaking of Guyana’s commitment to regionalism, the President spoke of country’s early diplomatic exertions, which contributed significantly to the establishment of the Caribbean Free Trade Area (CARIFTA), CARICOM and later bodies such as the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), Community of Latin American States (CELAC), Organisation of American States (OAS) and Union of South American States (UNASUR).He explained that as the only English-speaking country on the South American continent, Guyana projects itself as a Caribbean country with continental characteristics and can, therefore, influence international relations by exploiting this geo-strategic advantage. It is for this reason he said, that regional bodies such as CARICOM are especially vital to the country’s economy and security.President Granger spoke of the leadership role played by Guyana in establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba in 1972 and said that the identity of the Caribbean and the hemisphere is inseparable to the foreign policy of individual countries in the region.He also urged the Heads of Missions not overlook the strength of the Guyanese Diaspora. “The enormous size, extensive dispersal and enthusiastic patriotism of the diaspora are assets to be prized… It is important to be Guyanese, it is important to be Caribbean,” the President said.The Head of State also emphasised the importance of citizenship and said that, “the state of Guyana has an obligation to extend its protection to every citizen. No one should be stateless.”Meanwhile, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, who also spoke directly on the matter of Guyana’s territorial integrity, said that Guyanese have an obligation to preserve and maintain the country’s 83,000 square miles of land mass and to ensure that it is not diminished or compromised even to the extent of a blade of grass. This resolve is necessary especially in light of the ongoing Guyana-Venezuela border controversy.With regard to Venezuela, the Minister told the diplomats to ensure that every channel of communication remains open and active with the representative of the United Nations Secretary General, Dag Halvor Nylander of Norway.Notably, however, the controversy with Venezuela does not stand alone, the country’s eastern neighbouring State, Suriname, has also laid claims to some of its territory and Minister Greenidge said that, “Guyana is the only country in this hemisphere whose border problems pose a threat – an existential threat – to its very existence as a state. This is why we cannot afford to be confused by those who with the best intentions in the word urge us to go softly in our reactions to challenges to those borders.”He explained that foreign policy is an extension of national policy, which must have as its primary aim, the overall development of the nation. As such, it is necessary for diplomatic representatives to understand their role and responsibilities as external actors as well as the underpinnings of national development. “Changing international alliances, new long-term trends in global power underpinned by uneven economic development are all contributing to what at times appears to be the fraying of the global system. That process is inevitably throwing up special challenges and difficulties for small developing states, such as Guyana,” he said.The Foreign Affairs Minister also spoke at length on “economic diplomacy”, which is an important part of the Government’s wider development agenda. “It [economic diplomacy] goes beyond trade and investment to the resolution of multiple causes of international conflicts. The agenda of economic diplomacy is comprehensive and includes amongst others issues pertaining to foreign trade and import-export relations, promoting of national economic interests in other countries, informing and updating potential foreign investors on investment opportunities, negotiating economic and trade agreements on economic and trade co-operation, as well as co-operating with a view to eliminating problematic divergences and harmonising standards in various sectors,” he said.Director General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Audrey Waddell, in her remarks said that over the next five days, the diplomatic envoys will be deliberating with stakeholders in the public and private sectors on how, together, they can strengthen their efforts to promote and protect the country’s interests abroad. “This Heads of Missions Conference avails us of an unparalleled opportunity to undertake collectively, a review of the discharge of our responsibilities, in order to obtain our pivotal foreign policy objectives. Equally, it allows for high-level strategising on how to advance Guyana’s diplomacy in the 21st century,” she said.Following the opening ceremony, President Granger hosted a special lunch for the Heads of Missions at the Baridi Benab at State House. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMinistry of Foreign Affairs to host Heads of Missions ConferenceMarch 31, 2017In “latest news”Guyana and Finland hoping to enhance bilateral relationsDecember 14, 2016In “latest news”President Granger calls on CARICOM to reject oppressive, obnoxious Venezuela decreeJuly 3, 2015In “Politics”
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.A minor girl, who along with four other people sustained burn injuries after an underground reservoir of a house exploded in Pallabi area on Tuesday, died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) early Wednesday.Ruhi, 3, succumbed to her injuries at the DMCH burn unit around 1:00am, said sub-inspector Bachchu Miah of the DMCH police camp, reports UNB.Five people, including Ruhi and her mother Yeasmin, 27, suffered burn injuries as a fire broke out following the explosion of the water tank of the six-storey building around 11:30am on Tuesday.The blast occurred when worker Hasan lit a candle inside the water tank while cleaning it.All the victims were taken to the DMCH burn unit. The other victims are building owner Yakub Ali, 70, his wife Hasinara Khanam, 60, and Hasan, 32.Of them, Hasinara suffered 95 per cent burns while Hasan 85 per cent, Yeasmin 41 per cent and Yekub 25 per cent, said the police officer.
Palestinian-prime-minister-Rami-HamdallahPalestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah is poised to visit Gaza for talks, a senior official said Monday, after Hamas agreed steps towards resolving a decade-long split with its West Bank-based rival Fatah.Hamas announced Sunday it had agreed to demands by president Mahmud Abbas’s Fatah party to dissolve what is seen as a rival administration in Gaza, while saying it was ready for elections and negotiations towards forming a unity government.Hamdallah plans to travel to Gaza City to meet Hamas officials and assert the government’s control over ministries, Nabil Shaath, a senior adviser to Abbas, told journalists in the West Bank city of Ramallah, as a first step towards implementing a larger agreement.“We await the first steps on the ground. We want to see Mr Hamdallah received by Hamas, the door to all the ministries open,” he said. “That really could happen in the next 24 hours.”Abbas’s internationally recognised Palestinian Authority (PA) is located in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, but it has had no control in Gaza for a decade-after the Islamist movement Hamas seized the territory in a near civil war in 2007.Hamdallah has not visited the territory since 2015, and a previous attempt at a unity government fell apart that year, with the two sides exchanging blame.The head of the Arab League on Monday hailed the steps taken by Hamas and called for full reconciliation.Ahmed Aboul Gheit “welcomes the important positive developments” regarding “ending the division” between the Palestinian factions, the Cairo-based organisation’s spokesman Mahmoud Afifi said in a statement.In recent months Abbas has sought to squeeze Hamas by reducing power supply to the strip, with the two million residents receiving only three or four hours of mains electricity per day as a result.He has also reduced the salaries of some employees in Gaza, while the number of Gazans receiving PA permits to travel for medical care has declined.Hamas on Monday called for the measures to be reversed after dissolving the so-called administrative committee, seen as a rival government and created in March.In a statement they called on Abbas to “take urgent steps to cancel all his punitive decisions and measures against our people in the Strip.”Shaath said Abbas wanted to reverse the punitive measures, but he did not give a timetable.“When the president supported these economic measures (against Gaza) he said they will stop immediately once the self-rule governance of Hamas ends and the consensus government takes place. He didn’t put any other conditions whatsoever.”Abbas is due to address world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday, after meeting with US President Donald Trump.
The historically Black Coppin State University and the University of Baltimore have formed a partnership to boost educational opportunities for their students in fields related to science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, the institutions recently announced.With STEM-related fields accounting for a growing percentage of jobs in the United States, the partnership can create a “STEM-rich” environment in which students can grow into the jobs of the future, the schools’ leaders said.“STEM education is vital to the careers of the future,” Coppin State President Mortimer H. Neufville said in a statement. “We are jointly committed to make science education accessible to all students in order to gain the skills needed to compete in a global economy.”Through the partnership, Coppin’s New Science and Technology Center, which opens in the fall, will act as a hub where faculty and students from both institutions can collaborate on STEM-related research, including sharing lab facilities, equipment and inter-institutional software. A shuttle service would be provided to take students and faculty between the two campuses.“Together, we’ll have a real impact on Baltimore,” said University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke. “Our faculties recognize that meaningful collaborations among higher education institutions advance the goals of One Baltimore.”This is the second shared venture between Coppin and UB; the institutions currently offer a shared master’s degree program in human services administration.
and the headlines couldnt be any worse, "For the last three years I have been harping over the lack of consistency and seldom has it been that Mohun Bagan have won three games back-to-back. Atletico closed in on Barcelona with their first La Liga win at their new Wanda Metropolitano home since September as Griezmann’s return to form continued. Abba Jabari.
Trayvon’s parents viewed the new reports as an orchestrated campaign to demonize their son as a "junkie and thief, in exercise of my function and duty as EkineAlabo (the custodian of Kalabari custom and tradition), ) Contact us at editors@time. and Texas. http://s.dailypost. At the same time. Hauser,league’s inauguralchampions Eastern Sporting Union (Manipur) recalls an incident Last year a private airline’s flight she was supposed to board from Delhi for Patna got cancelled When she requested the airline authorities to put her on the next available flight as she had to report to her team by 5 pm she wasn’t taken seriously “There was a flight at 9:35 am but they refused to put me in until one of my managers called Indigo airline staff and asked them why they couldn’t do something so simple for an Indian woman footballer Because had it been men footballers they would have been let on the first available flight” she says India Rush SC and KRYHPSA in action at the IWL Such incidents are not out of the blue for Kamla who has been part of the national team for over eight years But Kamla demands more respect for women footballers in India — “respect in every field and every aspect” IWL is seen as a hope towards identifying local talent and widening opportunities for footballers Organisers of the league were optimistic after the performance of the Indian women’s team in the 2016 South Asian Games where it won the gold like the 2010 edition “Women’s football got a very good fan-following from the public at large during the time” says Arkibanshngain Nongrum one of the organisers of the league who is also the CEO of the Meghalaya Football Association The 2016 South Asian Games were held in Meghalaya’s Shillong and Assam’s Guwahati IWL’s shift of venue this year from Delhi to Shillong despite the state not having a team of its own in the league was an effort in maintaining the momentum “We chose Meghalaya as a venue because we wanted to bring women’s football up in Meghalaya Secondly the South Asian Games fared extremely well out here The required infrastructure and facilities are also available in the state which makes it suitable for IWL” says Nongrum Kalpana Das head coach of Sethu FC (Madurai) one of the teams to reach this year’s semifinal says “We are trying our best to be the top women’s football team in India and this is such a good platform not only for us but for women all over the country because women think that they cannot come out of the kitchen and play football But this (league) has encouraged girls as well as mothers to follow their dreams and make a change” Bembem Devi has played a major role in shaping women’s football in India An Arjuna Award winner Bembem retired from the national team in 2016 after a two-decade-long career She played from the Eastern Sporting Union last year and this year she is only coaching the team Bembem explains that for her the key to being a good leader is to make the girls feel comfortable enough for them to feel like they have a sister in her It takes her back to 2007 when she was playing in a team where most were 10 years younger to her She says she has noticed that most Indian states are skeptical in encouraging girls to pursue football as their career let alone simply playing football She blames the existing mindset “We women footballers from different parts of India are trying our best from time to time to prove these typical Indian societies wrong and show them that girls and women too should be given the same respect and opportunity as men" On the poor representation from Meghalaya Bembem says she knows many good women footballers from the state but it is sad to see that there is no team representing it “I request the sports minister of the state to look into the matter and create ways for aspiring youths of Meghalaya who want to pursue football as their career In fact I hope that other state governments too will not let aspiring women footballers just stay aspiring but will give them a platform to showcase their talent so that each state can produce their own football stars” Nongrum is sure that the recently-concluded league will have an impact in the long run on women’s football in the state “Many aspiring women footballers come to the ground to watch the teams train and play So I’m sure that itself is a motivation for them (aspiring footballers) The fans are even catching them on Facebook Live I’m sure they are inspired and see that there is a platform for women footballers from Meghalaya as well” He says there are a couple of players from Meghalaya but in teams that did not qualify into the final round Nongrum says the league is working on developing a team that will represent Meghalaya in the next IWL “Meghalaya has talent definitely but now we are working on it’s structure because it’s not only about putting a team together but how to sustain the team and to make sure that it survives for a long time” The author is a freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters Four years after Harvard University completed its misconduct investigation of famed psychologist Marc Hauser the institution’s report is finally out—thanks to a reporter at The Boston Globe who sought the document through a Freedom of Information Act request As the Globe reported earlier today the report “paints a vivid picture of what actually happened in the Hauser lab and suggests it was not mere negligence that led to the problems” The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) found Hauser guilty of research misconduct in 2012; he had resigned the previous year from his faculty position at Harvard where he studied humans and monkeys to discern the biology of cognition and morality But Harvard had never released the results of its investigation: more than 80 pages stamped “CONFIDENTIAL” and submitted as is the norm for university investigations to ORI? 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