DEC Reviews Gateway Lofts Brownfield Contamination Plan, Seeks Comment

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),sulphide of arsenic and sulphide of antimony in sulphide of ammonia and others were used and disposed of by dumping in the river or on the property . The plating department and brass coloring dept did not have proper ventilation so I would assume the walls and floors are permeated as well . We had many Tri clor spills I have shared this with CHC family and friends on FB so the folks that worked in those departments can comment . The snagging dept would have lead as well.,this from an anonymous source : I saw an article in the Post Journal about making the former CHC building a historical landmark. It brought to mind my early years at CHC in the plating dept, John Schauers and I did plating tank maintenance and when a solution became contaminated it was necessary to syphon out 10 % or more and dump it into the Chadaquin Creek. This was highly poisonous material and it was perfectly legal to do, Jamestown Electro Plating, and Cresent tool also did similar things. If it was a chrome plating solution the water turned a orange color and it would go from CHC to the Conewango, to the Allegheny and mix in with the Ohio and Mississippi. Shame on us but who knew,,, Hope they use the building for good causes… WNY News Now File Image.ALBANY – The State Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking public comments on a plan to mitigate contamination on the site of the proposed Gateway Lofts Supportive Apartment site in Jamestown.“Based on the findings of the investigation, NYSDEC in consultation with the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) has determined that the site does pose a significant threat to public health or the environment. This decision is based on the nature of the existing contaminants identified at the site and the potential for off-site migration of contaminants in the groundwater,” DEC officials said in a released statement.The mitigation plan includes excavation of the top two feet and/or to the depth of new development hardscape of impacted soil from the open areas next to the building and disposal of materials.Backfilling of the area with two feet of clean fill or hardscape. In addition there will be collection of additional subsurface soil samples in order to further determine the presence of other sources of contamination or underground storage tanks, installation of a sub-slab depressurization system to help eliminate vapors entering the building, excavation and removal of all underground storage tanks, excavation and disposal of an area of PCB contamination on the property, installation of a groundwater treatment system and removal and disposal of any sediment found within the building’s trenches and drains.The proposed remedy was developed by Southern Tier Environments for Living, Inc after performing a detailed investigation of the site under New York’s Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP).NYSDEC will consider public comments, revise the cleanup plan as necessary, and issue a final Decision Document.last_img read more

Post your CLE credits online

first_img Post your CLE credits online May 1, 2005 Regular News Florida Bar members may now post their CLE credits online by logging on to www.flabar.org.The new CLE credit posting feature comes just months after applications were added to the Bar’s Web site to allow members to check their CLE hours and CLER reporting date information. New members can also verify reporting information for compliance with the basic skills course requirement.Members may continue to register for CLE courses and order CLE tapes on the Bar’s Web site, as well.“The ability for our members to now post their own CLE credits is offered as yet another convenience to our members,” said Mike Tartaglia, director of the Bar’s Programs Division.To access your personal CLE information, go to www.flabar.org, click on “StoreFront” in the left-hand blue column and then click on “CLE Status Inquiry.” Before being able to obtain personal CLE records or post new credits, members will have to follow the prompts to register on the “Storefront” by using their user name (Bar number) and password.When registering online to take CLE courses or order CLE tapes, members may use the search menu to find CLE courses by city, course number, date, sponsor, or title. Once the appropriate course is found, members may register by logging into the secure site via user name (Bar number) and password. Members can use either Visa or MasterCard to pay registration fees online.Also available on The Florida Bar Web site is the 2004-05 Calendar of CLE Courses, as well as a searchable calendar. Members can access a printable list of CLE audio/videotapes and order form.center_img Post your CLE credits onlinelast_img read more

Theresa Caputo Raises Spirits at NYCB Theatre at Westbury [PREVIEW]

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Over the phone, Theresa Caputo, Long Island’s favorite medium, sounds like someone you might bump into on line at the supermarket: a voice dripping with Lawn Guyland-ese, a friendliness that pervades every turn of phrase, and a quick kinship born of someone who helps people heal for a living. Yet, we all know there’s something that sets her apart: She communicates with the dead.The star of a hit reality show on TLC, Long Island Medium, a New York Times bestselling author of two books, with a tour that takes her around the country channeling the souls of the dearly departed (which stops at NYCB Theatre at Westbury Dec. 17, 18, 19 & 20), not to mention being a wife and the mother to a couple of kids, it’s surprising Caputo has time to chit-chat with those on the other side. But she doesn’t choose when “Spirit” comes, she tells the Press. “Spirit” does the choosing.It could be when she’s out shopping, like just last Friday. She’d been out running some errands with her aunt, when the spirit of the salesman’s father came to her with a message. “Your father’s talking about a money clip,” she’d told him. It turned out that message had a two-pronged purpose. While Caputo conferred with the salesman, her aunt stood by, dumbfounded. “’Do you know that I have grandpa’s money clip?’” she asked.“That’s not really a common thing Spirit usually has me talk about,” Caputo explains. That day was, coincidentally, the anniversary of her grandfather’s death. Caputo’s aunt told her that the upcoming holidays—a tough time for those missing loved ones—will now be easier because of that message. “That one little thing about a money clip is life-changing,” Caputo says. “And that’s the incredible thing.”Caputo has been sensing Spirit from the time she was 4 years old, but didn’t come to learn how to translate what she describes as a sixth sense or strong intuition that serves as the communication mechanism Spirit speaks through. She doesn’t hear distinct voices or see images, rather she intuits signs and symbols that she translates to those who need to hear the message. Those messages could be full of significance that even she doesn’t understand. But that’s not the point—Caputo is the conduit. The messages are for others. Caputo has long understood that the messages she works to convey are only for the healing of those she speaks to. Mostly, they lift burdens from those still living.“The bottom line is that we’ve lost someone that we have to continue our lives without,” she confides. “And it’s sad and it’s hard. And we don’t know how to heal and move forward because we may be too busy beating ourselves up with burdens and guilt and shoulda, coulda, wouldas, and only-ifs. And then they come through and give us messages that we need to heal. To say ‘You know what? It’s okay. I want you to be able to move on.’”The healing that comes from these experiences, Caputo says, is life-changing. And it’s something that continues to amaze her, even after 10 years of being an active medium. “It’s just absolutely incredible,” she says, with her signature booming laugh. “I mean for me, in a theater out of 3,000 people, to stop and just look at someone, and start saying things, is mind-blowing. And it’s so unbelievable that people say, ‘She has to have planted somebody in the audience.’ Because it’s so crazy!”Indeed, searching Caputo online yields about as many fans singing praises as skeptics doubting her abilities—the latter alleging she utilizes vague questioning and “fishing” techniques or even investigates subjects’ social media profiles and records them in the lobbies of her appearances to learn important details about their lives.To them, Caputo gives little credence, though her voice betrays an emotion her words don’t let on.“Listen, people have a right to their own opinions,” she says, “but my gift has helped millions of people. And it has helped the ones to embrace life with happiness and be able to move forward from the loss of a loved one and I’m not asking anyone to believe in what I do. You don’t have to. I tell people all the time. That’s not what this is about. “But the one thing they can’t deny is that it helps people and to me, there’s nothing wrong with that,” she continues. “Why would someone want to destroy that for someone? To me that’s sad. It is what it is, because no matter what it is in life, people are going to have something negative to say about something, about anything. No matter what it is. So why should what I do be any different?”This philosophy could apply to a number of different categories, from religion to self-help. If it makes someone feel better, why question it? The answer to that is as complicated as it is varied. To some, the validation that a message delivered from Caputo is an absolute truth. To others, doubt might creep in, altering an already emotionally charged experience. Whether to believe or not is a highly personal decision. Perhaps a visit to one of her live shows or a personal reading might help to quell some of the desire for confirmation that “Spirit” lives on in the Afterlife.Either way, we’ll surely find out for ourselves in the end. For more amazing gigs and performances at NYCB Theatre at Westbury, check out their page in The Island Ear!NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $59.50 – $96. 8 p.m. Dec. 17, 18, 19 & 20.last_img read more

What college basketball, bracketology and March Madness can teach you about business

first_imgThe Players: Master their game and elevate their teammates’ performance, positively engage with fans and supporters, and approach practices and game days with great discipline and continuous improvement. The Workforce: Master their game and elevate their teammates’ performance, positively engage and listen to clients, customers and the marketplace, and approach business practices and service with great discipline and continuous improvement. The Fans, Athletic Supporters and Administration: Invest in their program, raise its awareness with others, and actively support the program, in dollars and presence.Q: It’s very similar to a well-run business, isn’t it?A: The Who, The What and The How:The Leaders: Develop their team, lead the staff and build relationships with clients, customers and their board ~ through listening, engaged involvement and team support. They lead with focus and can capitalize on competitor weaknesses. They actively recruit, follow regulations and add value to the brand and healthy bottom line. The Clients, Consumers, Board and Community at large: Invest in the business’ services, raise its awareness with friends and family, and actively support and utilize products and services, with their dollars and common sense.Let’s reiterate a common theme in 2015: a healthy culture produces a healthy company and healthier bottom line. To clarify…. Culture is not just the “happy” and “engaged”. Culture is so much deeper and more strategic than “happy”In basketball, it’s more than just the game fundamentals. It’s learning to play as a team. It’s producing desired results (wins, on and off the court). Bringing out the best in each other, and sacrificing individual ego for team/school WeGo. Thinking strategically is a must, and knowing whose strength can be leveraged, especially when a blind spot is exposed. Then having the composure to stay in the game, win, and move on to the next challenge. A culture based on agility, collective skill and team mentality.Dynasties like:   UCLA, Duke, North Carolina, Kansas and KentuckyFast forward to the 21st century progressive business world, where innovative companies have made the pivot to team culture, operational interdependence, collaboration, and adaptability. Business is also moving in the direction of heterarchy (connectedness) and wirearchy (via humans with tech) and away from 20th century hierarchy (authority and control), yet another great parallel to share.Here we are. The NCAA tourney selection process completed. The final 68.Bracketology meet March Madness.March Madness, meet your maker.Rankings become seeds, bubbles get popped, top seeds can become upsets, #12’s can become Cinderellas, and everyone starts with a 0-0 record after March 15th.If it were simply a numbers game of predictive analytics, big data, algorithms and data analysis, we certainly wouldn’t need the madness.However…Rational analysis and the numbers game in basketball is only the science.We know, especially my fellow Hoosiers, that basketball is an art form, too.And so is business.center_img 19SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Lisa Kuhn Phillips Lisa is a 25 year financial service executive, progressive organizational strategist and culture catalyst. She is also president/founder of inavision, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in Social Business Strategy … Web: www.inavisionGo.com Details I like college basketball. So much skill, teamwork, and excitement to be experienced every year in a few short weeks.And yes, I may be the only one who sees the parallels that exist in basketball with business strategy, modern-day corporate culture, and the NCAA tourney process.As Simon Sinek says, “Start with the Why”.Some thoughts on basketball. Many college players and recruits play for the love of the game. It’s their initial Why = Their passion for the sport. Believe it or not, coaches and fans have it, too. The great ones do, I believe. Some players look to the future and their opportunity to progress at the next level (pro). They dream of a great contract, a highly sought-after salary and the opportunity to play and win for a storied franchise, coach and/or star teammates. If that’s not in their immediate future, many stay committed to school, receive an experience they’ll never forget and realize the business side of ballin’ with a free degree.The same thoughts apply for a quality business vision and purpose.The initial Why = The passion for the vision and the value it can create. This business concept must fill a need, produce financial return and ‘community’ success. In fact, the business must stay agile and relevant to keep the investors, customers and a team committed and willing to champion the vision. The average ones – businesses and teams – sustain and remain. The great ones adapt to the marketplace, encourage new growth and believers, and actively recruit and develop talent and customers.   They stay focused on the quality products and services provided and know the value they produce for their clients, team and new leads. Growth and change becomes positive, ongoing results. Complacency won’t win.Q: So what does it take to keep the Why prosperous and relevant in basketball?A: The Who, the What and the How:The Coaches: Develop their team, lead the coaching staff and interact with supporters ~ through coaching, engaged involvement and supportive relationships. They coach with focus and can capitalize on competitor weaknesses. They actively recruit, follow regulations and add value to their school’s brand and healthy bottom line.last_img read more

Anti-Common Core Fury Intensifies on Long Island; Protest Draws More Than 1K

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Critics of the controversial education reform Common Core rallied at Long Island University Post Campus Monday in the first such organized protest on Long Island this year against the Obama administration initiative and the latest in what has been a consistent and relentless campaign among opponents to halt the contentious standardized testing examinations.Titled “Standing Together to Save Public Education: A Call to Action,” the gathering drew more than 1,000 parents, teachers, school administrators and anti-Common Core activists, including New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former gubernatorial primary challenger Zephyr Teachout, and was keynoted by renowned education policy analyst, historian and New York University professor Diane Ravitch.Joining her onstage was a panel of distinguished educators including: South Side High School in Rockville Centre Principal Carol Burris, Comsewogue School District science teacher and Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association President Beth Dimino, Comsewogue Superintendent Dr. Joe Rella, New York State Allies for Public Education (NYSAPE) cofounder and Long Island Opt-Out Facebook administrator Jeanette Deutermann, and education advocacy group Lace to the Top cofounder Kevin Glynn, a teacher at Brookhaven Elementary School in South Country School District. Each spoke about how the Common Core tests are damaging to children and echoed the need for attendees to “Refuse The Tests.” With more than 30,000 students across Long Island “opting out” and forgoing taking the exams last year—and with that number expected to increase significantly during the next scheduled round of exams this April—panelists found a welcoming and charged audience quick to respond with resounding applause and cheers. [Read About How Thousands Of Long Island Students Opted-Out Of Common Core Here] “We are in the midst of a vast social experiment on the children of the nation and it is all tied to the standardized test,” Ravitch told the electrified crowd, many of whom held homemade posters and signs decrying the Common Core program. Speakers also took turns addressing—oftentimes blasting—statements made by Gov. Cuomo in a recent edition of Newsday’s opinion section, in which he accused standardized test opponents of distracting citizens of the positive aspects of his education reform with “noise” and “cloud[ing]” up data within “the fog of protest.” Ravitch argued against Common Core’s test-based teacher evaluations, encouraging parents to refuse to let their children take the state standardized tests that the controversial reform depends upon, and defending her position with factual statistics and figures. “Long Island has a four-year graduation rate of 89 percent,” she stressed. “That graduation rate is far higher than New York State’s. Without Long Island, New York would have a graduation rate of 73 percent. Long Island has higher graduation rates for low-income students, for students with disabilities, and for students of color than the rest of New York State.“Unfortunately, Governor Cuomo thinks that you’re hiding a lot of failing teachers,” continued Ravitch. “He created the current evaluation system and now he’s very angry that only one percent of teachers statewide were found to be ineffective. And since Long Island has been the epicenter of resistance to his flawed evaluation policy, he has ordered an investigation of Long Island’s teacher evaluation ratings. “You must be doing something terribly wrong to have these high graduation rates,” she sarcastically added.In his Newsday op-ed, Gov. Cuomo stated “In New York last year, about 99 percent of the teachers were rated effective, while only 38 percent of high school graduates are ready for college and careers.”“How can that be?” he wondered.Ravitch contended to the crowd that the cut scores [the grades set by the testing consortia to signify passing grades] were devised in such a way as to fail a set percentage of students and present an “invented crisis” in the education system. Based on her seven-year tenure on the governing board of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), Ravitch described that the cut scores were based on proficiency levels set by NAEP, a threshold that a known minority of students were expected to reach. “They knew well in advance that only 30 to 35 percent of students in most states have ever scored proficient by these standards,” she slammed. “The Common Core tests are designed to fail the majority of students and that is exactly what happened in New York State. But you have to understand that the cut scores are not based on science. They are not based on objective measures, but subjective judgment.”United We Stand: Anti-Common Core activists (L-R) Carol Burris, Joe Rella, Jeanette Deutermann, Beth Dimino and Kevin Glynn were among the panelists criticizing the controversial education reform initiative during a protest rally at Long Island University Post Campus in Brookville Monday, March 9, 2015. (Jaime Franchi/Long Island Press)Ravitch accused Cuomo of “holding children hostage” by threatening to withhold educational funding unless schools comply with teacher evaluation plans based largely on state standardized testing for English Language Arts (ELA) standards and math for students in grades three through eight. She also explained the flaws in basing teacher evaluations on standardized test scores, outlining the arbitrary nature of the basis of cut scores, wide spectrum of outside influencers on student test scores, and illustrating how emphasis on testing has ramifications on almost every aspect of children’s education. Among these, Ravitch argued that this narrows the curriculum only to what is being tested, cuts back on or eliminates the arts, and slashes time allotted for recess and physical education. Other subjects have likewise suffered as more time and money has gone to testing and test preparation, she said.“When we place so much emphasis on the right answer, we penalize children who think differently,” challenged Ravitch. “We crush individuality and creativity. Test-driven culture rewards conformity and not creativity. We became the greatest, most creative, most dynamic economy and culture in the world because of our diversity.” Teachout, a Fordham University law professor and vocal anti-Common Core critic during her gubernatorial candidacy, was called onstage to a rousing standing ovation. Although she did not have any prepared remarks, she gave an impromptu speech, blasting the tests as “grotesque” and “inhumane,” and stating that “Public education is the infrastructure of democracy.” A threat to public education then, is a threat to the very fabric of the nation, she explained. Burris, the South Side High School principal, who authored a 2002 book championing the potential of the Common Core State Standards titled Opening The Common Core, has since abandoned her optimism of the national education reform. “If you would have asked me two years ago if I would have said to you consider opting out, I would have said no,” she admitted to the audience. “But I’m not in that place any more. I’ve come to realize that the tests are the rock of which the erosion of local control and the undermining of our schools are built. They use test scores as weapons to demean our profession and our schools.”Dr. Rella, superintendent of the Comsewogue School District, has been an equally vocal critic of Common Core. Most recently, he publicly supported Beth Dimino, an eighth-grade science teacher in his district who very vocally shared her decision to become a conscientious objector of the standardized tests by refusing to administer them to students. [Read About The #dominoeffect Here]“Parents,” he pleaded, “exercise your right to decide what is best for your children! Don’t be intimidated or bullied. Although at times we may feel oppressed, depressed, demoralized, put down upon, this is not about us. This is about the children in our care. The barbarians are not only at the gates, they are inside the walls and we—all of us—are the only thing preventing an entire generation of students from being sacrificed to corporate greed.”Lastly, parent and education advocate Jeanette Deutermann, of North Bellmore, delivered an impassioned request that parents act as “Upstanders”—a term coined by administrators of the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County to describe those unwilling to remain silent in the face of intolerance, in all its forms—by prohibiting their children to participate in the standardized tests next month. Upstanders, she said, “refuse because they understand that what is happening to our children and our classrooms is not okay.” Deutermann then rattled off a list of the ways she believes the education reform is harmful, including: “giv[ing] a test to special education students one, two, and three grade levels above the grade they are learning at, knowing 95 percent of them will fail, blam[ing] a teacher for an underfunded, overcrowded school environment, punish[ing] a teacher for taking a job in a school that has a significant population of struggling students because he or she wants to make a difference.”Ending well after 10 p.m., attendees rushed the stage to take selfies with presenters and further discuss the ways in which they, too, had been affected by Common Core. Voices wafted loudly into the air, and though late, the energy in the room far from dissipated, the “noise” Cuomo so criticized in his op-ed ever-rising to a fevered pitch vowing to inundate classrooms with organized, universal defiance.last_img read more

Gold Coast real estate: Farm stay property hits the market

first_imgWelcome to 1531 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont. 1531 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont.A 22-HECTARE Gold Coast Hinterland farm stay built for the lucrative international student market is for sale.Josh Thomas and Jackson Paradise, of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, are marketing the Beechmont property, currently operating as Mystery Mountain Farmstay Resort. There’s plenty of scope to continue the farm stay business. 1531 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont. Horses and goats at the property.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 1531 Beechmont Rd, Beechmont. It comes with a raft of features including a lunch room, study halls, animal shelters and horse yards.“This is a rare property with huge upside potential,” Mr Thomas said.“It’s a blank canvas for someone with a unique vision as there is plenty of flat land available to make further improvements and take this property to an entirely new level.”Mystery Mountain was developed by Jan and Garth Keppie, who bought the property in 1999 when it was a humble farm with a small rural residence offering spectacular views of the Coast. Check out those views from the deck. The couple enlisted architect Daryl Brown, of Burling Brown Architects, to design a new farmhouse to accommodate a major farm-stay business.The property comes fully equipped for the farm-stay market with amenities to accommodate up to 50 guests, including a lunch room, living areas, study halls and toilet and shower facilities.The nine-bedroom, 14-bathroom homestead comes with a fully equipped kitchen.“As a going concern, there is nothing of this scale available on the Gold Coast as a farm-stay facility,” Mr Thomas said. More news: North v South Gold Coast — the best place to live More news: The top five apartments to watch the GC600 Internally serviced by a private road, the property offers flat usable land that currently houses horse and round yards and three paddocks. Improvements include a stable and tack room, numerous animal shelters with their own water tanks and several work sheds.The land, which also features avocado, citrus, custard apple and macadamia trees, and a stand of coffee bushes, is serviced by bore water and two spring-fed dams.The tender campaign for Mystery Mountain closes on November 26.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59last_img read more

Family History

first_imgOne of my readers, Terry Giesting, suggested a topic for Coaches’ Corner.  It dealt with family histories in the Batesville High School basketball program.  We will be doing that program for Coaches’ Corner with the Bob Walsman family right before the basketball season.This blog will give you an idea on some of the families that have 3 generations of basketball players who played for some of our local schools.  The Bob Walsman family includes Bob, Sr.; Bob, Jr. (better known as Snork); and Nathan, the grandson of Bob Sr.  and son of Snork.Another family that comes to mind is the Louie Dickman family.  Louie played for Batesville.  His daughter, Melissa, played for JCD, and Melissa’s son, Nick, completed the trilogy with Batesville Bulldogs.I hope this will jog some of your memories.  Contact me if you know of other families who have this kind of history with local basketball programs.last_img read more

Victor Moses excited to be back in training

first_img Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Doors Opening, Strange Noises Coming From The Attiс: Who’s There?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth Read Also: Ronaldo talks tough after returning to Juventus trainingMeanwhile, it is unclear when the league will be allowed to return, but the Italian authorities are reportedly encouraged by the return of German Bundesliga over the weekend.Reports in Italy claimed they are willing to follow the footsteps of the DFB and ready to take necessary precautions in order to complete the season.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The former Nigerian international flown back to Italy last week after the Italian government agreed to allow teams to return to training as they prepare to restart the season.The 2019/2020 Italian Serie season and other sporting activities were suspended back in March, following the coronavirus pandemic which have ravaged the country.Teams were allowed to train the first time since March, but under strict conditions, in order to reduce the risk of the spread of the virus.It would be recalled that the Inter Milan hierarchy announced that none of their playing staffs tested positive for the dangerous virus. Nigerian winger Victor Moses is excited to be back in training with his Italian club Inter Milan.Advertisementlast_img read more

Zidane: Real Madrid’s job not forever

first_img Loading… “I’m an unusual coach, anything could happen. I’m not planning anything. It’s the day-to-day that excites me. For how long, I don’t know. read also:Why Real Madrid coach Zidane won’t consider PSG move “In my head, I’ve always been a player. I played for 18 or 19 years, and after that when people asked me if I’d be a coach, I said no. Then I decided to become one. This really wears you out. It won’t be 20 years, that’s for sure.” Asked which he feels he’s best at, he added: “A better player. I am happy with what I did and above all to end my career as a player here. That was the biggest thing.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Zinedine Zidane has played down his heroics as Real Madrid coach. Zidane Zidane is in his second spell at the Santiago Bernabeu and says the job “wears you out” as he prepares for Sunday’s game at Espanyol. “I won’t coach for 20 years. I’ll retire before that,” Zidane said in a press conference on Saturday at the club’s Valdebebas training ground.Advertisementlast_img read more

Gargee Goswami bags triple-crown again in Nagen Hazarika Table Tennis Championship

first_imgOur Sports ReporterGUWAHATI, July 30: A back to back triple crown for Gargee Goswami. After collecting three-title in the recently concluded Nagen Hazarika Table Tennis Championship, the Guwahati based paddler again bagged triple-crown in the RG Baruah All Assam Ranking Table Tennis Competition which concluded at the Deshbhakta Tarun Ram Phukan Indoor Stadium here today. This time Gargee won three titles in women, Youth and junior girl’s singles.Shankab Gautam Barua from OIL won double crown in the competition. Two legendary figures in Indian Table Tennis-Kamalesh Mehta and Monalisa Barua Mehta today attended the closing function along with a few former top paddlers of the state.Iavna Talukdar of Guwahati and Saksham Jain from Guwahati adjudged most promising girl’s and boy’s player of the meet.Final results: Cadet Girl’s (singles): Bhumika Kaushik (Guwahati) bt Parnika Chakraborty (Guwahati) 3-0. Cadet Boys (Singles): Ayan Aziz (Dibrugarh) bt Divyaj Roy (Guwahati) 3-2. Sub Junior Girl’s (Singles): Harshita Das (Guwahati) bt Akansha Deka (Guwahati) 3-0.Sub Junior Boys (Singles): Ankit Saharia (Guwahati) bt Aryamaan Das (Guwahati) 3-2. Junior Girls (singles): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Shirley Baruah (Guwahati) 4-0. Junior Boys (singles): Agniv Bhaskar Gohain (OIL) bt Zubayr Arshad Baruah (Guwahati) 4-2.Youth Girls (singles): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Adrija Sarmah (OIL) 4-0. Youth Boys (Singles): Shankab Gautam Barua (OIL) bt Aleeko Sujalo Hazarika (Guwahti) 4-1.Women’s (single): Gargee Goswami (Guwahati) bt Adrija Sarmah (OIL) 4-2. – Shankab Gautam Barua (OIL) bt Anal Kashyap (OIL) 4-2.last_img read more