PakistanAsia – Pacific to go further News Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists RSF_en Organisation پیرس ( پ ر )رپورٹرز ود آﺅٹ بارڈ رز ( صحافی سر حدوں سے آزاد ) نامی تنظیم نے وفاق پاکستان اور بلوچستان حکومت سے گوادر پریس کلب گواد ر کے سینئر ممبر لالہ حمید کے قتل کی منصفانہ تحقیقات او ر ملوث افراد کو قرار واقعی سزا دینے کا مطالبہ کیا ہے ۔ پیرس میں قائم یہ تنظیم پاکستان سمیت دنیابھر میں اظہار آزادی اور صحافیوں کے تحفظ کے لیے قائم کررہی ہے ۔ تنظیم کے ویب سائٹ پر پیر کو اس حوالے سے جاری کیے جانے والے بیان میں کہا گیا ہے کہ اگر مقامی اور مرکزی حکومت بلوچستان کے حالات کو پرا من رکھنا چاہتے ہیں تو انہیں صحافی عبدالحمید حیاتان کے قتل کی مکمل اور منصفانہ تحقیقات کر نا چاہئے ۔اگر مجرمان کو قرار واقعی سزا نہیں دی گئی تو صوبے کے صحافی اسے ایک ماورائے عدالت قتل سمجھنے میں حق بجانب ہوں گے ۔مذکورہ بیان کو گوادر پریس کلب کے ویب سائٹ پر بھی حوالے کے طور پر دیا گیا ہے ۔بیان میں صحافت کے حوالے سے بلوچستان کو پاکستان کا دور افتاد ہ اور صحافیوں کے لیے خطرناک ترین علاقہ قرار دیتے ہوئے کہا گیاہے کہ بلوچستان صحافیوں کے لیے پاکستان کا سب سے خطرناک علاقہ ہے جہاں اسی سال دو صحافیوں کو قتل کیا گیاہے ایک صحافی کو اسی سال جو ن میں قتل کیاگیا اور دوصحافی اپریل اور ستمبر کو ہونے والے خود کش بم حملوں میں ہلاک ہوئے ۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔مزید تصدیق کے لیے وزٹ کریں Follow the news on Pakistan News Receive email alerts Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder Help by sharing this information November 23, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Baloch journalist kidnapped, tortured and murdered News News The body of Abdul Hameed Hayatan, a young Baloch journalist who was kidnapped in the southwestern port city of Gwadar on 25 October (http://en.rsf.org/pakistan-a-reporter-jailed-without-trial-15-11-2010,38…), was found beside the River Sami in Turbat, 40 km to the east, on 18 November. His reporting critical of the Pakistani authorities and his support for the Baloch national movement were almost certainly the motive for his abduction and murder.“If the local and federal authorities want to rein in the violence in the province of Balochistan, they must conduct an exhaustive and impartial investigation into Abdul Hameed Hayatan’s murder,” Reporters Without Borders said. “If it goes unpunished, the province’s journalists will have every right to treat it as another extrajudicial execution.”Hayatan was shot in the head and chest. Marks on his body clearly indicated that he was tortured before being killed. The body of a student, Hamid Ismail, was found alongside Hayatan’s. In a reference to a Muslim Eid (festival) that has just ended, a message found with the bodies said: “Eid present for the Baloch people.” Journalists based in Balochistan told Reporters Without Borders that Hayatan was probably murdered by members of the security forces (who are fighting Baloch armed separatists) or a Jihadi group.Balochistan is by far the most dangerous region in Pakistan for the media. Three other reporters have been killed there this year. One was gunned down in June (http://en.rsf.org/pakistan-balochistan-killed-journalist-bla-28-06-2010,…) and two others were killed in suicide bombings, in April (http://en.rsf.org/reporter-killed-in-quetta-16-04-2010,37038.html) and September (http://en.rsf.org/pakistan-journalists-killed-and-injured-in-06-09-2010,…).Several cases of extrajudicial executions of journalists in Pakistan have not been investigated properly. They include the 2006 abduction and murder of Hayatullah Khan in the tribal area of North Waziristan (http://en.rsf.org/pakistan-tell-us-who-killed-our-father-say-15-06-2010,…). Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire April 21, 2021 Find out more June 2, 2021 Find out more PakistanAsia – Pacific January 28, 2021 Find out more
1Freshmen receive a big welcome in Harvard Yard on move-in day. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 16Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana talks with Natalie Vega ’18 and her mother, Rosa, inside Greenough. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 2Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana talks with Hillel staffer Paige LaMarche (left) and Sam Fisher ’15 on the steps of University Hall as freshmen move into the dormitories. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 3Jesse Zhang ’18 watches as Freshman Dean Tom Dingman and President Drew Faust greet Zhang’s classmates and their families. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 14Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana (left) and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith greet Lauren Elson ’18 in her room in Matthews Hall. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 7President Drew Faust greets Thomas Slack, his mother, Sarah, and incoming freshman Lucy Slack. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 5Ethan Plotsker ’18 lugs a box across the Yard as his aunt Leslie Spannato follows. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer They came from Thailand, Australia, and Costa Rica, from Victoria, B.C., Vermillion, S.D., and Lexington, Mass. The members of the Harvard College Class of 2018 hail from all 50 states and 69 countries, and today they streamed into the dorms in and around Harvard Yard to begin their undergraduate journey.Parents helped lug bedding and clothes as the temperatures slowly climbed throughout the day. Cars and vans navigated through the people and the piles of students’ belongings.Harvard President Drew Faust, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith, Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana, and Dean of Freshmen Thomas Dingman were on hand to greet Harvard’s newest students and their parents.“I think it’s really cool. It shows that they know we are here and they really care,” said MacKenzie Lawrence, as Khurana and Smith entered her room in Greenough Hall.Lawrence, who comes from Leawood, Kan., said she is excited to get started.“It’s crazy to me to think that I am actually starting college. But my suitemates are here, and we all clicked right away,” she said. “We’re all excited.”Freshmen have a busy week ahead of them with a full calendar of opening days events and programming, culminating in Convocation on Sept. 1. Returning students begin arriving Thursday when the residential Houses open. The first day of classes is Sept. 2.You can share words of advice for and photos of the Class of 2018 by using #WelcometoHarvard and #Harvard2018 in your posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and explore the collection of words and images already shared by the Harvard community. 13In Greenough Hall, Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana laughs with MacKenzie Lawrence ’18 and her mother, Sandra, of Leawood, Kan. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 6Chloe Li ’16 (left), Ellie Bridge ’17, and Pooja Podugu ’16 serenade incoming students and their families. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 9President Drew Faust and Dean of Freshmen Tom Dingman greet Peer Advising Fellows Amarachi Erondu ’15 and Katie Schmalkuche’16 (right) outside Straus Hall as they prepare to help freshmen move in. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 11At Mower Hall, Valerie Kalkejian ’18 gets a helping hand from her mother, Marcella Mora. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 4Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith greets Handong Park ’18 in Matthews Hall in Harvard Yard. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 10Shahd Tagelsir (center), from Sudan, jokes in front of Grays Hall as Jennifer Kizza ’16 (left) and Ilham Tagelsir look on. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 12Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith greets Jeita Phillips, a proctor in Greenough. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 18Peer Advising Fellows help freshmen move into Matthews Hall as Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana observes. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 8Nathaniel Horwitz ’18 leans out a window of Grays Hall with his harp, fencing foil, and lacrosse stick at his side. Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer 17Carter Allinson ’18, his sister, Brooke, and mother, Hilary, receive a welcome in Hurlbut Hall from Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer 15Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana hugs Austin Harcarik ’18 in Matthews Hall. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer
For LPP, liquid alternatives are considered to encompass alternative risk premia strategies, active relative value strategies and dynamic directional strategies. The two founder funds – London Pension Fund Authority (LPFA) and Lancashire County Pension Fund (LCPF) – are targeting a 50%-55% allocation to alternatives, according to a spokesperson.The procurement is not about asset advice nor is LPP seeking anyone to perform due diligence.The procurement is open until 4 September and the contract has been valued at £3m.LPP was created by the LPFA and LCPF a year ago, and has since launched three pooled funds, for global equity, private equity, and infrastructure.It recently said it plans to launch credit, fixed income, and total return funds in the coming months. The UK’s £12.5bn (€14.2bn) Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) is looking for access to independent third party analysis as a check on its internal recommendations for alternative investments.According to a procurement notice, the pension services provider is looking for access to a “broad library of detailed investment and operational due diligence research papers”.The partnership would use such material to help “round out its thinking” about investments, according to a spokesperson. The procurement notice referred to access to external research providing a “devil’s advocate to internal investment recommendations”.The focus is on liquid alternatives, private equity, private credit and infrastructure.
Shamarko Thomas means no disrespect to Chandler Jones when he says Syracuse’s defense is tighter this year. Jones was a first-round pick in the NFL Draft who is now in training camp with the New England Patriots, but the defense he left behind may have improved its chemistry.Five seniors will start on the Orange’s defense, and together, they’ve made sure everyone understands what needs to be done to improve.“I feel like this year, our defense has a bigger bond,” Thomas, Syracuse’s starting strong safety, said. “That’s the key of a great defense, champions, is being brothers and being on the same page. And I feel like that’s going to take us far. “Syracuse’s finished near the bottom of the Big East of nearly every defensive category last season, allowing 28.5 points per game. SU was last in total defense, allowing 386.4 yard per game, and sixth in rushing defense with 128.2 yards allowed per game. The Orange also had the fewest sacks in the Big East, 28.On the surface, nothing about last year’s defensive performances give much encouragement to a better season in 2012. The defense did not improve as the season went on.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the unit is placing a collective emphasis on the smaller points that it might have missed last season. Defensive end Deon Goggins also said some of last season’s struggles were because of inexperience.“Honestly, we just had a lot of young guys. We were just young as a team,” Goggins said. “That’s all it was. After last year, going through what we went through, I see the changes in a lot of the young guys that have to step up.”Goggins said the unit took the initiative this spring to continue working after the practices were over, when no coaches were around. They walked through drills, worked one-on-one and continued on their days off.They also left the SU campus and went on trips to build chemistry.Even a small trip to Green Lakes State Park in nearby Fayetteville went a long way toward improving that bond, Goggins said.Marquis Spruill, who’s moving from middle linebacker to outside linebacker, said he remembers that even during his freshman season, SU’s defensive players weren’t as “in sync” as they are now.He was a freshman in 2010, when the unit ranked seventh in the nation in total defense.They hold each other accountable, and compete in everything from lifting in the weight room to seeing who can go the longest without getting tired during drills outside in the sweltering heat.As practices progress, their work intensifies and continues to improve.“As the practices go, it gets better,” Spruill said. “I saw it during the springtime. We came off a bad record. It leaves a sour taste in your mouth. You only want to get better, and that’s what everyone wants to do.”Losing Jones would seemingly be a big hole to fill, but Goggins said it’s not something the defense is concerned about. The defensive end was glad to see Jones go accomplish his dream of reaching the NFL.It also gives someone else on the Syracuse defense a chance to step up.Whether or not the off-the-field improvements carry over to the defense’s performance on the field remains to be seen. For now, at least, the players are optimistic that they’ll make a difference.“I feel like our mentality is just come together,” Thomas said. “Come together and be hungry. If you be hungry and you work hard, it’s all going to come together for you.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 3, 2012 at 5:55 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman
David Luiz has been dropped for the game at Stamford Bridge, where N’Golo Kante starts.Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has brought in Andreas Christensen. Antonio Rudiger is on the bench and Luiz has been left out of the squad altogether.Kante finally returns to action following his hamstring problem, handing the champions a major boost.For United, Phil Jones, Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera, Ashley Young, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford all returnChelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Cahill; Zappacosta, Bakayoko, Kante, Fabregas, Alonso; Hazard, Morata.Subs: Caballero, Rudiger, Ampadu, Drinkwater, Willian, Pedro, Batshuayi.Manchester United: De Gea, Bailly, Jones, Smalling, Valencia, Hererra, Matic, Young, Mkhitaruan, Lukaku, Rashford.Subs: Romero, Blind, Darmian, Fellaini, McTominay, Lingard, Martial. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
We remember the days when our mothers and fathers would tell us to put down the Xbox controller and play outside with our friends. Video games are a waste of time they said. Well here we are in 2019 and we’re about to see esports cross the $1 billion in revenue mark. Take that one mom!All jokes aside we can confidently say that the gaming industry is here to stay. And when you are locked in and ready to “drop in” on Fortnite you better make sure you’re equipped with the right gear. What’s the most important piece? Your gaming throne.The ReadWrite team was lucky enough to receive an Opseat Master Series to review. Don’t tell the boss this one but we definitely took some time out of our workday to give this chair a go! Here’s what we think:Getting Setup Takes Less than 15-MinutesThe Opseat comes in a larger than life box ready to be assembled. We scanned for other reviews online and found that many mentioned the box came a bit banged up. Ours did too, but that’s is definitely not an issue on Opseat’s end. Like the other reviewers the contents in the box were in perfect condition and were packaged neatly.Assembling the Opseat is a breeze. After laying out all the pieces on the floor, it took about 15-minutes to get the chair fully assembled. Opseat provides a small tool to fasten all the nuts and screws, but you may want to use a socket wrench for convenience.Comfort and FeaturesThe Opseat is made out of high quality PU Leather that provides a soft yet sturdy feel. The leather is also perforated to keep cool during those intense shootouts on Call of Duty Blackout. The chair also comes with both neck and lumbar pillows that can be easily adjusted using velcro straps.As far as adjustments go, you can pretty much customize everything. The chair even reclines to a full 135 degrees in case you need to sit back and take a quick nap. The one small downside is that the vertical adjustment seems a bit limited. The average height of our tester was about 5′ 11″ but we use adjustable standing desks to find the perfect gaming harmony. Opseat lists all specs of the seat on their website, so if you have a fixed desk we recommend doing some quick measurements before purchasing.Price and Final ThoughtsAll in all we think the Opseat Master Series is a great choice for the price. The chair retails for $229.00 as of the publishing date of this article. In comparison to other gaming chairs and ergonomic office chairs you’ll see that $229.00 is on the cheaper end. Since you are paying a lower-price you sacrifice a few small features like the use of plastic instead of metals. The chair has plastic arm rests, wheels, and other accents. We can only assume this is done to save cost.If you’re looking for your next gaming throne, and you want to get some great bang for your buck than look no further than the Opseat Master Series! ReadWrite Product Reviews Molekule Air Purifier: Small in Stature, Big on… Related Posts Canvia Digital Art Turns Home and Office Walls … The ReadWrite reviews team provides reviews on the latest and greatest technologies, services, and products.For all review inquiries please email [email protected] HyperDrive Power 9-in-1 USB-C Hub Blueair 680i Air Purifier: Clean Air For Your H…
Sporting Images have been here again shooting team and action shots for the 2005 NTL. A small gallery of these shots is available to be viewed using the ‘Gallery’ link on the left hand side of the ATA homepage. Photos will be available for purchase from www.sportingimages.com.au apporoximately one week after the tournament.
Man Utd target Pochettino: I’m focused solely on Tottenhamby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has played down speculation he could replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. Mourinho was sacked on Tuesday after two-and-a-half-years at the club, with Pochettino listed as a heavy favourite to join the Red Devils.”I think after nearly five years there are a lot of rumours that have happened in my position here, as manager of Tottenham,” said Pochettino.”I cannot answer this type of question. These type of rumours happen in this business, in football.”I always respect the opinion of everyone, whether people praise me, whether people do not agree with me, whether people say different things. The business we know very well.”A lot of rumours happen but it is not my business what happened at another club. I am so focused in trying to deliver my best job at this football club.”We have ahead of us a very busy run of fixtures, tomorrow we play another derby.”It is so important for us – the quarter-final of the cup and I think everyone understand I am focused on tomorrow and doing my best job.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Man City midfielder Gundogan: We needed response after Norwichby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan believes his side had to show a response after their poor result at the weekend.City were humbled by Norwich City in the Premier League, losing 3-2 away from home.But they showed their quality in the first game of the Champions League group stages, with an impressive 3-0 away win against Shakhtar Donetsk.Speaking about the win, in which he scored, Gundogan said to the club’s official website: “We played quite well I think. The first goal away helps you but we never relaxed, kept the ball well and created a lot of chances. the result is great for us at a tough ground.”We had at least a couple of clear chances. But the third goal killed the game and we were able to play down the last 15 minutes.”It was necessary to respond and respond well (to the Norwich defeat) All of us, not just individually. They created good chances but we were solid at the back.”
PITTSBURGH, PA – SEPTEMBER 20: Tailback James Conner #24 of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers runs with the ball against the University of Iowa Hawkeyes during a college football game at Heinz Field on September 20, 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Hawkeyes defeated the Pitt Panthers 24-20. (Photo by Matt Kincaid/Getty Images)Pitt running back James Conner has inspired many during his battle with Hodgkin lymphoma. The Panthers star was diagnosed in December, and has participated in off-season workouts and practices while undergoing chemotherapy.Conner, who missed almost all of last season with an MCL injury, is aiming to be back in action when Pitt opens up its 2016 season against Villanova on Sept. 3. This afternoon, Conner’s story will be detailed on The Ellen Show. The full show airs at 4:00 p.m. ET, but you can check out Conner’s segment on YouTube below. Conner is truly an amazing story and someone worth pulling for.