Be it the brain or brawn or the smile, children tend to fall for that one teacher in their school at least once in a lifetime. TV actors like Divyanka Tripathi, Mrunal Jain and Mohammad Nazim go down memory lane and recall their crushes.On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, which falls on September 5, IANS gets TV actors to reveal their crushes on their teachers:Mrunal Jain, Ankit Gera, Divyanka TripathiDivyanka Tripathi: I had a crush on my WWF trekking instructor. My then best friend and me used to fancy him together during our wildlife and nature trips with no cat fights between us. We loved his brains and brawn. We were bookworms then, so we loved talking about brainy guys. This crush saga lasted for a year. Even now, when my friend and me meet, we laugh over our madness.Mohammad Nazim: I had a crush on my history teacher in the sixth grade. She was tall and sexy. She used to teach the subject well. The crush lasted for seven months. After that, she quit the job. The memories still stay with me. I got a group photo with her at one of the school functions and I still treasure it.Mrunal Jain: My geography teacher. Her hair was always shampooed. She used to motivate me to study hard. I was in Class 9. She used to even encourage me to participate in extra-curricular activities. She was my class teacher too and had made me the monitor as well. The crush lasted for six months as she was transferred to another branch of the school.Samiksha Bhatnagar: I was in the seventh grade when I developed a crush on my PT teacher. He encouraged me to play sports. The crush was for only four months as he got replaced. I couldn’t meet him again. I still remember he was tall, dark and good-looking and had a good smile.Ssharad Malhotraa: I was in Class 4 and I had a crush on her for two years. I always used to ask her for help in making me draw. Her smile was like (actress) Madhuri Dixit’s. She was my drawing teacher for two years. She even used to get chocolates for me. I felt very happy when she told my mother at parents-teachers meet that I am a sincere boy.Ankit Gera: I had crush on my English teacher when I was in the 11th standard. She was the most beautiful teacher. I was like Shah Rukh Khan of “Main Hoon Na”. She used to wear saris and her height was 5 feet 8 inches. She wore a distinctive perfume and had long hair. I used to carry perfume and before she would enter my class, I used to apply it. I was a backbencher, but during her period, I used move to the front bench. On one of the Teacher’s Days, I wrote her a love letter without mentioning my name on it. I kept that in the staff room. My crush lasted for one year, but I will never forget her.Sahil Mehta: I was 11 years old when I first had a crush on a teacher. She taught me civics and was also my class teacher. I was never a good student. She was pretty for sure, but I also liked the fact that she never shouted at me for not doing well in studies. I was madly in love with her for a year. When I completed my schooling, I told her that I wanted to move to Mumbai and pursue acting. She was very happy for me.advertisement
New Delhi, Jun 1 (PTI) Delhi High Court today observed that grappler Narsingh Pancham Yadav was not a “push over” to represent India in Rio 2016 and questioned compatriot Sushil Kumar for finding fault in the policy which had enabled him in the past to make it to the Olympics thrice.”This is the policy (of WFI) which have been in place since long and now you (Sushil) are saying that this policy is wrong,” Justice Manmohan asked Sushils counsel.”In 2004, 2008 and 2012, you (Sushil) had gone for three Olympics by following the same policy. Their (WFI) procedure has been consistent,” the court said.Senior advocate Amit Sibal, who appeared for Sushil, told the court that Sports Code has to be followed by Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) and it prescribes selection trial for international event like the Olympics.”The Sports Code has to be followed. Nobody had come to the court against my selection ever. The WFI has the exclusive monopoly in wrestling in India,” he said.The court, however, said, “He (Yadav) had qualified for the world wrestling championship and had won a medal. He is a champion. He is not a push over. He has proved his mettle in an international event.”To this, Sibal contended that he was not disputing the fact that Yadav had secured a berth for India in the Olympics by winning a medal in the world wrestling championship but selection trial has to be conducted.Thereafter, the court asked Sibal, “The fact that you (Sushil) are one of the best in the world is not disputed but after August 2014, you have not been active. Have you won any tournament after August 2014?”advertisementSibal responded to courts query, saying Sushil was injured at the time of trial for the world championship 2015 and after recovering from the injury, he was undergoing training under international and Indian coaches.The court was hearing the arguments, which would continue tomorrow, on a petition filed by two time Olympic medallist Sushil seeking a direction to WFI to conduct a selection trial to decide who will represent India in the mens 74kg freestyle category at the Rio Games. (More) PTI ABA PPS HMP RKS VMN
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola finds nothing abnormal in his team’s 2-0 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur but wants the side to learn from Sunday’s loss and put their Premier League campaign back on track.City could not cope with the intensity, pace and pressing of Spurs, ending Guardiola’s hopes of becoming the first manager to win his first seven Premier League matches.”We had problems; they were one step in front of us and we have to learn from that. Do I have regrets about my decisions? Maybe yeah. But we will learn so it doesn’t happen again,” Guardiola told reporters. (Also read: EPL: Tottenham Hotspurs end Pep Guardiola’s perfect EPL start by beating Manchester City)”I never thought that we would not lose a game. It is normal to the process; sometimes it happens and it can help us improve. At the end of the season you can win and still realise that you are not perfect.”The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss believes Spurs, who now sit second in the standings, are strong contenders for the league title.”They were fighting for the Premier League last season. We knew how aggressive they are. If you watch last season they were there,” Guardiola said.”Can they also win the league? Why not? There are many teams that can achieve that and Tottenham is one of them.”City, who remain top of the table, host Everton on October 15.
Ruling out the merger of the I-League with the Indian Super League (ISL) in the immediate future, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) told officials from Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan and East Bengal on Saturday that it will talk with all stakeholders before taking a decision on the matter.”Patel informed the representatives that the revised roadmap of India football has not yet been finalised and before a final decision is taken, stakeholders including the Asian Football Confederation would be consulted,” the AIFF said in a statement.”Indian football has made rapid progress over the last few years and it’s important for AIFF to take a long term view. The AIFF has been in discussion with AFC and will do what’s in the interest of Indian football,” the statement added.The AIFF also asserted that the I-League will continue to be the premier domestic tournament of the country until the merger.The question of the merger of the I-League and the ISL has acquired new urgency since unheralded north-eastern outfit Aizawl FC capped a fairytale season by winning the I-League, edging out formidable Mohun Bagan by a single point. (FIFA president Gianni Infantino congratulates Aizawl FC on winning I-League)But despite winning the I-League, Aizawl’s future in the top division is uncertain since the AIFF and IMG-Reliance – the organisers of the ISL – want clubs to pay a fee of Rs 15 crore to participate in the new unified tournament.The AIFF only wants to allow three clubs from the present I-League – Mohun Bagan, East Bengal and Bengaluru FC – in the new league.advertisementThe rest of the I-League clubs are supposed to play in the second division for the next seven seasons with no hope of promotion to the top division under the new rules formulated by the AIFF which inordinately favour the teams of the federation’s favourite corporate houses.While Mohun Bagan and East Bengal are trying hard to persuade the AIFF to waive the entry fee, Aizawl have virtually no hopes of playing in the unified league as they do not have the required financial muscle.However Aizawl’s owner Robert Royte has warned the AIFF that the club officials will try all avenues including hunger strike in their quest to gain admission.The club had made a formal application to the AIFF last Tuesday to continue being a part of the new unified league.
Chandigarh, May 12 (PTI) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today urged Home Minister Rajnath Singh to help provide assistance in enhancing the states agricultural productivity.Khattar asked Rajnath to make a strong recommendation to the Centre and the National Capital Region (NCR) Planning Board in this regard. He also urged the Union minister to upgrade agricultural marketing infrastructure in the region.Khattar was speaking at the Northern Zonal Council (NZC) meeting held under the chairmanship of Rajnath here.”North Indian states played a key role in ushering in the Green Revolution and the nation now expects us to lead the way in crop diversification, water conservation and promotion of organic farming,” he said.The chief minister said Haryana, a relatively small state, has led the way in several sectors of development, accelerating the economic growth in the region.”During the ongoing celebrations of the Golden Jubilee year of the formation of Haryana, we have registered many firsts,” he said.These include becoming the first kerosene-free state and ranking first among all North Indian states in the Ease of Doing Business ranking, he added.”We are proud to have registered a historic improvement in our sex ratio at birth and of our sports persons having brought laurels in many sports events including the last Olympic Games,” Khattar said. PTI VJ SUN CHS BSA
Transfers ‘Spurs wouldn’t snub £100m for Kane’ – Gascoigne feels summer sale could happen Chris Burton 00:00 6/5/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(3) Ian MacNicol Transfers Real Madrid Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur Premier League Primera División The former Tottenham midfielder believes the tabling of a big-money bid could tempt those in north London into parting with a prolific frontman Tottenham would not turn down a £100 million ($133m) offer for Harry Kane, claims former Spurs star Paul Gascoigne.The 24-year-old is coming off the back of another prolific season in the Premier League, with only Mohamed Salah having bettered his 30-goal haul.Kane hit a career-best 41 efforts across all competitions in 2017-18, with a two-time Golden Boot winner now preparing to captain England at this summer’s World Cup finals in Russia. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now A few eye-catching showings on a global stage could spark more interest in a proven performer, with Real Madrid having already been heavily linked with his services in the recent past.The Blancos may decide that this is the year in which to make their move, with Gascoigne of the opinion that Spurs’ hand could be forced by a big-money bid.The legendary ex-England midfielder told BetStars: “It’s player power now. If the money is right and Tottenham want to sell him, they will do.“That’s the thing nowadays is players have too much power, with their agents.“If a team comes in with £100 million for Harry Kane, I don’t think Spurs will turn it down.”While facing a fight to keep Kane on their books long-term, Tottenham are also having to fend off interest in head coach Mauricio Pochettino.He has been among those linked with a vacant managerial post at Real Madrid, with cryptic responses offered to questions regarding a possible role in the Spanish capital.Gascoigne believes the Argentine will stay put for now, having committed to a new five-year contract, but concedes that his services may be difficult to retain if he does receive the necessary backing from his board to lift Spurs into contention for major prizes at home and abroad.He added: “Without money, he’s going to struggle to take Spurs to the next level.“The new stadium will give the team a massive boost, and it will help attract players as much as the manager but without the investment, it won’t happen.”
Story Highlights A total of 179 Jamaicans, who have contributed to nation building, will be officially recognised on National Heroes Day. A total of 179 outstanding Jamaicans, who have contributed to nation building, will be officially recognised at the National Honours and Awards ceremony on National Heroes Day, Monday, October 21, on the lawns of King’s House.One hundred and fifty-two civilians will receive civil honours including the Order of Merit, Order of Jamaica, Order of Distinction (commander and officer class), and the Badge of Honour for Long and Faithful Service.These civil honours may be conferred on any distinguished citizen of Jamaica or another country, who has achieved eminent local or international distinction in areas including Science, and the Arts, Literature, among others.The highest civilian honour, which is the Order of Merit, will be conferred posthumously on Dr. the Hon. Olive Lewin, OJ, CD, for her distinguished service in the fields of Folk Music Research and Performance, and Music Education. She is already a member of the classes of the Order of Jamaica and the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander.Meanwhile, 27 members of the uniformed service, including the Jamaica Defence Force, Jamaica Constabulary Force, the Department of Correctional Services and the Jamaica Fire Brigade, will receive medals of honour for gallantry and meritorious service.The badge of honour for gallantry is conferred upon persons who have performed acts of gallantry or heroism or who have shown great courage in circumstances of extreme danger.Under the National Honours and Awards Act, promulgated on July 18, 1969, provision is made for those outstanding Jamaicans to be conferred with one of the honours of the Orders of the six Societies of Honour.The six honours are: Order of National Hero, Order of the Nation, Order of Excellence, Order of Merit, Order of Jamaica and the Order of Distinction. There is also the Medal or Badge of Honour, which recognises gallantry and meritorious service.Civil honours are awarded on the advice of the Prime Minister to the Governor-General based on nominations received from members of the public or Members of Parliament, Mayors and Custodes. The highest civilian honour, which is the Order of Merit, will be conferred posthumously on Dr. the Hon. Olive Lewin, OJ, CD. The six types of honours are: Order of National Hero, Order of the Nation, Order of Excellence, Order of Merit, Order of Jamaica and the Order of Distinction.
Canada’s economic success over the past decade has largely been thanks to Alberta’s success.A new study from the Fraser Institute shows the province contributed $221.4-billion more revenue to the federal government than it received in transfer payments and services between 2007 and 2015.Report co-author Ben Eisen said it works out to a net outflow of about $20-billion in tax revenue per year.“That means if Alberta’s contribution were more in line with the average province, the deficit would be about $20-billion bigger, it would be about twice as large as it is,” he said.“That’s dramatically larger than Ontario’s, despite the fact that Ontario is about three times as populous as Alberta, so it really is difficult to overstate just how big a contribution Alberta makes to the fiscal health of the country.”That hasn’t changed much since 2015.Alberta is also a province of just four million people so, that is a huge per person contribution, about $5,000 per Albertan per year.“Even today, even with oil prices much lower, even with Alberta having recently started to emerge from a very long recession, Alberta is still by far the largest net contributor to federal finances,” Eisen said.But it remains a cautionary tale for provinces who want to slow or stop energy development.“The economic growth in Alberta that comes in large measure from the resource sector and development there benefits people all across the country,” explained Eisen.Eisen added environmental considerations are important but these projects shouldn’t be opposed for opposition sake.
KINDERSLEY, Sask. – A British Armed Forces veteran is facing the prospect of his first Remembrance Day without his nine medals for years of service in the Gulf War, Bosnia and Iraq.Jim Watson’s medals were stolen during a break-in at his apartment in Kindersley, Sask., over the weekend along with military memorabilia and other household items.The 54-year-old discovered the theft early Monday when he returned from a weekend visit to his family’s home in Medicine Hat, Alta. The medals, which had just been remounted for the Nov. 11 ceremony, were missing from the sideboard where he left them.The former staff sergeant, who now works as a general sales manager in Kindersley during the week, says the theft left him devastated and in disbelief.“It’s just sickening,” Watson said Wednesday. “I’ve never attended a Remembrance Day parade and not had my medals.”Watson, a married father and grandfather, immigrated to Canada in 2003 after a 24-year military career and worked in the oilpatch before the economic downturn.“We love it in Canada and couldn’t imagine living anywhere else,” he said. “We’ve always felt safe here.”Watson said he planned to leave the medals to his family in his will but that may not be possible now.“They’re going to lose that,” he said. “The rest of the stuff I can replace … Even if I got replicas, they are not the same medals. They have to be those medals.”Along with his medals, the thieves took a series of keys hanging on hooks, including one to the Kindersley legion hall. The hall was also broken into over the weekend and alcohol was stolen.Kindersley RCMP spokeswoman Meghan Mochoruk says no one has been arrested and investigators are not sure how many people were involved in the break-in.Watson is considering offering a $500 reward for the return of his medals. He said he hopes someone who knows something about the break-in contacts police or that the medals are just dropped off somewhere in time for him to wear them on Remembrance Day.“This Nov. 11 is going to be really hard if I don’t have them.”— By Ken Trimble in Edmonton
Niagara police are looking for a woman after a St. Catharines senior had her purse stolen while she was out shopping. Officers were called to a grocery store near Louth St. and Fourth Ave. in St. Catharine on September 15. An 83-year-old woman told police that her purse went missing and she believed it had been stolen. Loss Prevention Officers reviewed surveillance video and saw a woman who appeared to be following the victim around the store. Police say the woman could be seen taking the purse from the victim’s shopping cart and then exit the store. Investigators describe the suspect as being roughly 25 to 35 years of age and was wearing a royal blue felt-like overcoat buttoned up, a black baseball cap with no logo, royal blue baggy pajama fit pants with a white flower print, black dress shoes and black sunglasses.Police are asking anyone with information to contact the 1 District St. Catharines office at 905-688-4111 ext. 4233.
Losing its fourth consecutive game, the No. 17 Ohio State men’s lacrosse team was unable to outscore the Loyola Greyhounds in the ECAC conference opener on Saturday. The Buckeyes had just come off a tough three-game road schedule, losing narrowly to No. 2 Notre Dame, No. 6 Virginia and unranked Albany. The Buckeyes struggled greatly with time of possession, as crucial turnovers and a nearly 2-to-1 ground ball advantage for the Greyhounds hindered OSU. “We’re not playing a championship brand of lacrosse right now,” OSU coach Nick Myers said after the game. “Credit Loyola — they’re a good team, but we didn’t play anywhere close to 60 minutes of Buckeye lacrosse today.” The Buckeyes were 8-for-25 in faceoffs, which also contributed to the their scant possessions. “Loyola is a team that is going to possess the ball,” Myers said. “When you don’t have the ball, your defense plays more than they want to, and ultimately that’s when breakdowns occur.” Leading the charge for the Greyhounds was senior midfielder Chris Palmer, who scored five goals. Fellow senior attackman Matt Langan also registered a hat trick. The Greyhounds set the tone early with a three-goal flurry in the first 12 minutes of the game. OSU rallied back in the second period to tie the game, 3-3, with Dominique Alexander scoring first. Alexander led the Buckeyes in scoring with two goals. Palmer was able to notch a goal near the end of the half to put the Greyhounds up, 4-3, at the break. The Greyhounds began strong in the third period with two goals. OSU freshman midfielder Michael Italiano responded quickly with a goal, but senior midfielder Mike Pires drew a two-minute nonreleasable penalty shortly after, which proved particularly damaging. The Greyhounds scored two quick goals while the Buckeyes were shorthanded, pushing Loyola up, 9-4. The Buckeyes were able to claw their way back into the game, bringing the score to 10-9 at the four-minute mark, but were unable to secure the win as the Greyhounds scored two final goals to put away the game. The Greyhounds star attackman Mike Sawyer was limited to one goal. Loyola managed to shut down the Buckeyes’ leading scorer, sophomore attackman Logan Schuss, who failed to score a goal for the first time in his entire collegiate career of 23 games. The loss starts the Buckeyes off at 0-1 in the early ECAC conference play, and brings them to an even 5-5 on the season. With the tough four-loss stretch, Myers said, his team simply will look to the future. “We have to keep working. We can’t focus on what’s been,” Myers said. “Right now we have the whole season in front of us, and this conference is wide open.” The Buckeyes will face Hobart at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, September 28, 2016 – News item on Tropical Storm Matthew issued by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology forecast office section, at 12 pm Wednesday, 28th September, 2015.At 11:00 a.m EDT, the center of Tropical storm Mathew was located near latitude 13.4 degrees north and longitude 60.7 degrees west or about 35 miles southeast of St. Lucia or 35 miles east-northeast of st. Vincent. Mathew is moving toward the west at 21 mph. A westward motion with some decrease in forward speed is expected during the next couple of days. On the forecast track, the center of Matthew will move through the windward islands during the next couple of hours, and move over the eastern Caribbean sea through Friday.Maximum sustained winds are near 60 miles per hour (mph) with higher gusts. Gradual strengthening is forecasted during the next couple of days, and Matthew could become a hurricane by Friday. The next news item will be issued at 6 p.m. Related Items:ts matthew, ts matthew now formed
Dan Cohen AUTHOR Multiple jurisdictions surrounding Joint Base Langley-Eustis will begin a joint land use study shortly to limit incompatible development outside the joint base in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia.James City County, York County, Newport News and Hampton are participating in the effort. The study has been approved by the Defense Department; the Office of Economic Adjustment is expected to allocate funding after it reviews the scope of work for the study, the Virginia Gazette reported this week.The possibility of new development interfering with operations at Fort Eustis assumed greater urgency when BASF Corp. applied to change its land use designation in James City County’s comprehensive plan for land it owns along the James River to mixed use. The corporation is considering selling the property to a potential waterfront developer. DOD said development on that land could come into conflict with operations at Fort Eustis.At the time, Virginia Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John Harvey Jr. urged the county to postpone any rezoning until after a joint land use study had been completed, according to the story.
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