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Governor Wolf Signs Bill to Prevent Further Spread of Substance Abuse

first_imgThe illegal drug industry has found ways to create “legal” drugs by modifying the composition of a legal substance to be one that is not covered by law. This bill would allow the Secretary of Health to be able to protect the public by quickly, though temporarily, declaring a “designer drug” as an illegal drug in order to avoid an immediate hazard to public safety. This designation lapses after a year, which provides adequate time for the permanent Controlled Substance scheduling to occur. June 08, 2016 The Secretary of Health, upon being notified of a controlled substance that should be rescheduled, has the authority to make the change and notifies the public 30 days before the rescheduling takes effect. The reschedule will remain in effect for one year to allow the secretary time to work with the Attorney General and the regulatory process to get the substance permanently scheduled at its new level. If needed, the secretary may keep the substance rescheduled for an additional year, as long as she republishes the notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. Governor Wolf Signs Bill to Prevent Further Spread of Substance Abuse Governor Wolf also signed the following bills into law:Act 36  – House Bill 150, sponsored by Rep. Maloney, which amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in registration of vehicles, providing for Share the Road plate.Act 38 – House Bill 1484, sponsored by Rep. Gillen, which amends the Act providing for designation of certain trees & land on grounds of State Capitol as “Soldiers’ Grove” to provide for duties of DGS & appropriation, as well as for preservation and construction of “Soldiers’ Grove.” A controlled substance is any type of drug that the federal government categorizes as having a higher-than-average potential for abuse or addiction. Such drugs are divided into categories based on their potential for abuse or addiction. Controlled substances range from illegal street drugs such as heroin (Schedule I), prescription medications such as oxycodone (Schedule II), and over-the-counter drugs such as Robitussin AC (Schedule V).center_img “We cannot only focus on traditional opioids in our fight against drug abuse,” said Secretary of Health Dr. Karen Murphy. “We must expand our understanding of drug abuse to include new hybrids that are constantly and increasingly finding their way onto our streets. In addition, many of these drugs, when mixed with opioids, are resistant to the lifesaving medication naloxone, and can cause death with even just a microscopic dose.” “This bill will act as another vital tool in my administration’s fight against substance abuse in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Wolf. “House Bill 608 empowers the Department of Health to get dangerous synthetic drugs out of our communities. I am proud of the work my administration is doing to combat the drug epidemic in our state, and I thank the legislature for sending this bill to my desk so that we can continue to work collaboratively to end this scourge.” Press Release,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA — Governor Tom Wolf today signed into law House Bill 608, sponsored by Representative Matt Baker, which amends the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device & Cosmetic Act to further provide the Pennsylvania Department of Health with the authority to control the schedules and regulations of controlled substances, liquefied ammonia gas, precursors, and chemicals. By allowing the Secretary of Health to temporarily reschedule controlled substances to a higher schedule, the Wolf Administration can continue to work to prevent widespread use of substances that have the potential to be harmful or even fatal to the public at large. SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Alphonso Davies tipped to become Bayern legend

first_imgAlphonso Davies has produced an incredible success story and can become a Bayern Munich legend, according to his former head coach Carl Robinson.Advertisement Davies has established himself as one of the most exciting players in European football since joining Bundesliga champions Bayern from MLS outfit Vancouver Whitecaps in 2018. Read Also: Don’t allow Lionel Messi to leave, Ronaldo warns BarcelonaRewind to July 2016 and Robinson – coach of the Whitecaps at the time – introduced Davies to MLS football, just one day after signing a league contract with the club.Davies came off the bench against Orlando City and became the second-youngest player to take the field in MLS at 15 years, 257 days, behind Freddy Adu (14 years, 306 days).FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The 19-year-old speedster – who capped a fine domestic campaign with the 2019-20 Bundesliga Rookie of the Year award – has been a revelation on the left side of Bayern’s defence, helping them to an eighth consecutive league crown and DFB-Pokal success as the Bavarian giants stand on the cusp of a treble heading into today’s Champions League final against Paris Saint-Germain.Davies also recorded a top speed of 36.51 kilometres per hour in Bayern’s 1-0 over Werder Bremen in June, the fastest of any Bundesliga player since the data started being collected in 2013-14, while he is now set to become the first Canada international to play in a Champions League final as Bayern eye their first European crown since 2013.The success of Davies, however, comes as no surprise to Welsh coach Robinson, who handed him his debut as a 15-year-old for the Whitecaps in MLS. Robinson knows Davies better than most and while he is on the path to greatness, the ex-Wolves midfielder insisted there is still plenty of room for improvement.“I do,” Robinson – now coach of A-League side Newcastle Jets – told Stats Perform News when asked if he thinks Davies can become a Bayern legend. “I know his dream is maybe one day to play in England, like it is for a lot of North American players, South American players, Australasian players. Going to play in Europe is the cream of the crop. That won’t surprise me at some stage if that comes, but that will only be based upon his development and continuation.“But one of my coaches had said to him, there was a clip where they saw him getting back on Mason Mount from 30 yards [in the Champions League against Chelsea]. Mount was breaking and Alphonso managed to get himself back into that area and stop the danger. Everyone was raving about how quick he is, ‘He’s not human, He’s so quick.’“It’s interesting that one of my coaches, Pa-Modou Kah, who is now the manager of Pacific FC in the CPL and a very talented coach, turns around and says, ‘Alphonso, you were in the wrong starting position.’“So, the way he gets taught is very important. He is scary in relation to his physical attributes but the detail in it was he was in the wrong starting position. Can you imagine if he plays against a player like him, who is as quick as him, speed of thought is quicker and more experienced? He’s not getting back and it will be 1-0. The teaching point for him there was he’s had an excellent season, so many attributes you can build on and they’re already talking about him being a €50million, €60million player, but there’s still areas of his game that he needs to improve.“What I’ve learned over my career, the top players need to be coached. If you don’t coach them, they complain and moan. They want to be taught. That’s why the best managers in the world and Premier League – the [Jose] Mourinhos, [Mauricio] Pochettinos, [Jurgen] Klopps and [Pep] Guardiolas – they are just so demanding of their players and you can see them getting frustrated sometimes with their top players because they need to be coached and you need to show them. If you do that, they progress.“Football is short. The lifespan of a footballer is very, very small. Your life actually starts when you retire. So, the window gets shorter every year but it’s important you learn. Lots of good things but also areas to improve if he’s to play at that level year in, year out, which I firmly believe he will. But when he comes up against a Marcus Rashford, he needs to be in the right position or he probably won’t get back in time.” Loading… Promoted ContentWill You Recognize Celebs In Their Kid Photos?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBeautiful Mutations: 15 Staggering Photos Of HeterochromiaDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth VisitingWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read Morelast_img read more

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EPL: Burnley face Liverpool acid test

first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Foxes attack Burnley Burnley vs. Liverpool Venue: Turf Moor Kick off: 5:30PMBurnley welcome Liverpool to Turf Moor in this evening’s Premier League fixture with both sides looking to build on positive results last weekend. Sean Dyche’s side almost picked up all three points at Molineux last Sunday, while the Reds put three past Arsenal at Anfield in what was a very impressive performance. Mohamed Salah was at his absolute best in that game but it is unlikely that he will have as much space in this game as he was afforded last week by David Luiz and the diamond formation implemented by Gunners boss Unai Emery. Roberto Firmino also looked impressive against Arsenal and his movement and ability to link up Liverpool’s forward play will be essential to breaking down Burnley’s oft stubborn defensive unit. The odds for this game certainly do appear to favour Jurgen Klopp’s side – they have won four of their five away trips to Turf Moor in the Premier League era and they are currently on a 12-game winning run in the top flight dating back to last season. The last time the Merseysiders won 12 games in a row in English football’s top division was back in late 1990 under Kenny Dalglish, but, in a quirk of history, the club have never made it to 13 consecutive wins before. It is unlikely, though, that that sort of thing will add any pressure to Liverpool, who are one of the most well-drilled and organised sides in the league. One glimmer of hope for Burnley, however, does come from Klopp’s usually excellent defence. They were shaky at times against Southampton and they are yet to keep a clean sheet in four games this season, which does suggest there will be opportunities for the home side. A win for Liverpool will maintain their perfect start to this campaign and keep them top of the table heading into the first international break of the season. Although Burnley fell 3-1 to Sunderland in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, it is difficult to put too much stock by that performance given the fact Dyche has generally shown little interest in the cups before and made 10 changes for the fixture at Turf Moor. Much more indicative are the club’s performances to start this season, such as last weekend’s showing against Wolverhampton Wanderers in which they were held to a draw by Raul Jimenez’s 97th-minute penalty. As such, Burnley may have to rely solely on set-pieces to fashion opportunities and it may be that VAR could be their ally in picking up shirt-pulling or fouls in the area. Burnley possible XI: Pope, Lowton, Mee, Tarkowski, Pieters, Lennon, Cork, Westwood, McNeil, Barnes, Wood. Liverpool possible XI: Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Mane, Firmino, Salah.Tags: BurnleyJurgen KloppLiverpoolMohamed SalahSean Dychelast_img read more

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T20 World Cup not ‘feasible’ in 2020 – PCB Chair

first_img(ESPNCricinfo) – PCB chairman Ehsan Mani believes it is not “feasible” to host the men’s T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020, and that the tournament is likely to be “deferred” by a year. A final decision on the matter is likely in the next “three-four” weeks.Mani becomes the second senior member sitting on the ICC Board in as many days this week to say that the T20 World Cup, scheduled between October 18 and November 16 in Australia, is unlikely to go ahead this year because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.On Tuesday, Earl Eddings, Cricket Australia (CA) chairman, said that it would be “unrealistic” and “very, very difficult” to expect the event to go ahead as planned, considering the number of infections that were still “spiking” in some of the 16 participating countries.“The biggest challenge in Australia – although Australia and New Zealand they have controlled COVID-19 – their governments are very cautious,” Mani said at a virtual media briefing yesterday. “If it is played this year they will likely insist it happens in a bio-bubble.“Like with the Pakistan team in England, teams come, stay in a hotel, with no crowds. This is okay for one or two teams but when 12-16 teams play in a T20 tournament, it becomes an impossible thing. I don’t think it is feasible today that there is any ICC event in 2020.”Apart from the ICC Board, Mani and Eddings also sit on the global cricket body’s second-most influential wing, the Finance & Commercial Affairs committee. Mani is the F&CA president while Eddings is one of six members on the panel, which also has ICC chairman Shashank Manohar and chief executive Manu Sawhney as ex-officio members.The F&CA committee decides and allocates budgets for each of the world events for both men’s and women’s cricket and also looks after the distribution of money that members get annually from world events,. That has been one of the main concerns for the ICC and has contributed to the body continuing to delay officially postponing the men’s T20 World Cup this year.With members needing clarity on the event in order to work on their own calendars, the ICC Board has already met virtually a few times over the last two months to discuss contingency planning for key world events which also include the women’s ODI World Cup, scheduled in New Zealand for February-March next year. The Board met last week and is scheduled to do so again on June 25.The ICC is keen to utlise 2022 – in which no ICC event is currently scheduled – within the current events cycle that stretches until the 2023 men’s ODI World Cup. India is scheduled to host that event as well as the 2021 men’s Twenty20 World Cup.However, CA is keen to host the 2021 edition of the event, something Eddings noted in his communication to the F&CA, contents of which were reported in the Times of India. Eddings said that it would be “detrimental to cricket” in case Australia failed to host the T20 World Cup in October-November 2021.He also suggested India would be fit to host the event during the same period in 2022, since it was likely the country would have fully recovered from the pandemic by then.The BCCI is yet to make any public comment on the matter, although it is understood the Indian board is concerned about hosting two back-to-back world events in the space of six months if it were to host the men’s T20 World Cup in October-November 2022, followed by the ODI World Cup, in February-March, 2023.“In my opinion I think (this year’s event) will probably be deferred for a year,” Mani said.“The ICC has time because ICC events were supposed to happen in 2020, 2021 and 2023. The gap in the middle can be filled and this will be deferred. That is where the talk is headed towards – what event will happen first and where, those talks are happening.“It is a big risk, God forbid, if in the middle of a big tournament a player gets an infection; the panic from that will be too much so we can’t take that risk.”A number of stakeholders, Mani said, need to be on board, which is why a decision hasn’t been taken in haste. “Cricket boards are one stakeholder,” he said. “Another stakeholder is the broadcaster – Star is the broadcaster, they will see their position, what is better for them. Other than Full Members, associates also get money from ICC events so discussions are on as to what their priorities are.“But you’ll see that in the next three-four weeks a decision will be taken on this. There is a conference call next week. We’ve had four-five con calls on this in the last month. Obviously a decision will have to be made about where the first event will be.Right now, it was to be Australia, then India and then a gap of one year and then India for the World Cup. Now we have to see whether it will be Australia first, or India, to see who will host in 2022.”last_img read more

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first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ After winning the 2013 national championship, Notre Dame went 16 games without a regulation loss before Monday’s matchup with Kentucky — a streak stretching from Oct. 26, 2013 to Sept. 8.A 90th-minute goal from Wildcats’ freshman forward Stefan Stojkovic sent Notre Dame to its first defeat in almost a year. Now a No. 20 Syracuse (4-0) team that hasn’t allowed a goal this season will host the No. 4 Fighting Irish (2-1-1) as the two sides open Atlantic Coast Conference play at 7 p.m. on Saturday at SU Soccer Stadium.After a 3-0 drubbing of Syracuse in 2013, Notre Dame comes into the 2014 matchup on more even ground with an SU squad playing arguably its best soccer in the Ian McIntyre era.“We’ve got a lot of confidence obviously, 4-0, four shutouts,” SU sophomore defender Louis Cross said. “We believe we can get a result if we really put in the effort.“Notre Dame will know that they’ve got a tough game on their hands.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange came into last year’s tilt with the Fighting Irish at 3-1, but was shut out to fall to 0-2 in ACC play. The visitors dominated in that game, outshooting SU 17-4.UND head coach Bobby Clark recalled that last year’s game wasn’t as lopsided as the score line indicated. With Syracuse coming in with yet another strong start to its campaign, Clark said his team is itching to get back on the field.“Obviously there’s disappointment (from the Kentucky loss), but I think good teams react to setbacks,” Clark said. “I would imagine that the team will be wishing we were playing (Tuesday), not having to wait until Saturday.”While Clark’s side is anxious to get back on the field after a stoppage-time loss, Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre is relishing his team’s six days off after two telling away victories against Rutgers and St. John’s this past weekend.SU needs rest if it’ll be up to the task of contending with the Fighting Irish, McIntyre said.“We’ve played a lot of soccer in a short period of time over the last week, hopefully recharge the batteries,” McIntyre said. “There’s no better program right now than Notre Dame obviously, with Coach Clark.“For soccer fans in this part of the country, I’m sure they’re going to be excited to welcome the national champions to town.”The attacking threat Clark had at his disposal in last year’s matchup is scaled down, he said. The departure of Harrison Shipp — a MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist and now a Chicago Fire forward — has left a hole up top that has yet to be filled.“We’re not sure ourselves yet (of an attacking threat) because we’ve not scored enough goals yet,” Clark said. “Nobody’s really yet stepped up to fill (Shipp’s) shoes so that’s going to be a challenge. I hope maybe we discover that person when we come out to New York.”For SU, McIntyre hasn’t had to worry about any departures from his defense — an area of struggle from last year’s game — but instead has welcomed the return of Tyler Hilliard and the addition of the transfer Cross, two players who didn’t partake in that 3-0 loss.After being ranked nationally in four different polls on Monday and Tuesday, the Orange is at its highest point since joining the ACC.The defending champions are well aware of the obstacle Syracuse presents, especially on the defensive end, and avoiding a two-game losing streak for the first time since November 2010 will be no easy task for the Fighting Irish.“We’ve got a lot of respect for the Syracuse team. Playing them in Syracuse, they’re going to be a challenge for us,” Clark said. “Obviously, we know every ACC game is a challenge and Syracuse is certainly one.” Comments Published on September 11, 2014 at 12:03 am Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

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Student addresses sexual harassment allegations against professor

first_imgKarissa Fenwick, a doctoral student at the School of Social Work, and attorney John Winer spoke publicly about the allegations in Fenwick’s lawsuit against USC and professor Erick Guerrero. Photo by Terry Nguyen | Daily TrojanThe student who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against a professor and USC responded to comments made by professor Erick Guerrero at a news conference Thursday.Karissa Fenwick, a doctoral student at the School of Social Work, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the University and Guerrero, alleging USC did not impose disciplinary actions that she found sufficient after investigating a sexual harassment complaint she filed in January. During the press conference, Fenwick directly countered Guerrero’s claim that she was taking advantage of “a serious issue to continue her life of white privilege.”“[Guerrero] is twisting the concept [of white privilege] around to use it to defend his position when in fact, he not only had gender privilege but more importantly, he was my direct supervisor and controlled my future,” Fenwick said. “He had a tremendous amount more power than I did in this situation.”On Wednesday, Guerrero filed a demurrer, which denied all the allegations in the suit. “Many of the causes are very small false narratives, and then [the plaintiff] tries to create a significant base out of them,” said Mark Hathaway, Guerrero’s attorney. “I don’t think any reasonable person would read the complaint and think it was gender violence, retaliation or a hostile work environment.”Emma Aguila, Guerrero’s wife and an assistant professor at USC, stated support for her husband in an email to the Daily Trojan.“Erick values his reputation in our Trojan community and he has always been very careful in dealing with co-workers and students to avoid any misunderstandings,” Aguila wrote. “With all my heart, I stand by him. I believe in USC as a great institution and I know the truth will prevail.”In a letter sent to Guerrero on Sept. 7, Martin Levine, vice provost and senior adviser to the provost, notified Guerrero that he would be suspended from teaching doctoral students among other consequences starting Fall 2018.However, USC’s statement to the Daily Trojan on Wednesday stated that he was barred from teaching and supervising students starting this academic year.The provost’s office declined to comment on the change from the statement to the letter, since they are unable to discuss specific personnel issues.The letter to Guerrero also stated that there were multiple offenses. Following other issues with administrators and faculty members that have come to light over the past several months, the University created a task force that will oversee and implement workplace standards to prevent similar issues in the future, a spokesperson from the provost’s office said. A new vice provost of leadership development and evaluation will also be established and will oversee hiring processes and the work environment, according to USC.While the University has made these changes to address the issues related to harassment and misconduct at the administrator and faculty level, some students at the Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work said they believe this is not enough.Robin Petering and Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, two doctoral students at the School of Social Work, created a group called Social Workers to End Rape Culture in response to the recent sexual harassment allegations against Guerrero. In a statement Thursday, they announced their support for Fenwick and victims of sexual misconduct at USC.“It is unacceptable that a school of social work, grounded in the values of social justice and equity, would condone the actions of one of its tenured professors in perpetuating such a negative and unsafe culture,” the statement read. “This coalition feels that the administration’s response has demonstrated that they are not committed to maintaining a culture of safety, transparency and accountability in regards to sexual harassment and misconduct.”According to Petering, the coalition has 60 former and current students and nine faculty members, but she expects these numbers to grow. “[We want to] acknowledge and support Karissa in how brave she is,” Petering said. “This is not easy to do. She took a big risk in an effort for a lot of people. We’re here to support her and future students who could be victims of sexual harassment and assault.”The Dean’s office in the School of Social Work did not provide a comment at the time of publication.EDITOR’S NOTE: Some comments have been removed because they violate the Daily Trojan’s comment policy: https://dailytrojan.com/info/last_img read more

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Vardy pledges future to Leicester

first_imgAfter scoring 24 goals to help the Foxes to the Premier League title, Vardy is expected to become a transfer target for several top-flight sides this summer.But the 29-year-old says he wants to stick around to try and help the club to defend their title.Vardy has also revealed that there’s been no talk amongst his team-mates of moving-on at the end of the season…last_img

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first_imgThank you, Hima.It was nice talking to you today.Hope to see you soon.— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) July 21, 2019 Written By Sure sir. Will definately come and take your blessings whenever i am back in India. https://t.co/VakKAjKBaC— Hima MON JAI (@HimaDas8) July 21, 2019 Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Duration 0:00Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio TrackQuality LevelsFullscreenThis is a modal window. This video is restricted from playing on your current domain Error Code: PLAYER_ERR_DOMAIN_RESTRICTED Loving the way you have been running in the European circuit over the last 19 days.Your hunger to win and perseverance is an inspiration for the youth.Congrats on your 5 🥇 Medals!All the best for the future races, @HimaDas8. pic.twitter.com/kaVdsB1AjZ— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) July 21, 2019 Last Updated: 22nd July, 2019 18:48 IST Dhing Express Hima Das And Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar Are Congratulating Each Other And Fans Are Ecstatic Master Blaster and ICC Hall of Famer Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to congratulate Indian sprinter Hima Das on obtaining her fifth medal in 18 days. He expressed his awe and admiration for the athlete who has been participating in the events in Europe over the last 20 days. Master Blaster and ICC Hall of Famer Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to congratulate Indian sprinter Hima Das on obtaining her fifth medal in 18 days. He expressed his awe and admiration for the athlete who has been participating in the events in Europe over the last 20 days. He said that her hunger for victory and perseverance is an inspiration for the youngsters of the nation.   WATCH US LIVE In reply, the Indian sprinter congratulated the Master Blaster for being inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame. She said that he was an inspiration for the current and future generation.  LIVE TV The Little Master responded graciously to the gold medalist and told her that he would love to see her soon. He added that he felt nice talking to her.   SUBSCRIBE TO US Congratulations #HimaDas 👏 We are Proud of u @HimaDas8Chase Your Dreams They do come true ❤🔥❤#HimaDasourPride pic.twitter.com/HvC9dnn1lj— Sachin Tendulkar🇮🇳FC (@CrickeTendulkar) July 21, 2019 READ | ‘India Is Very Proud Of Your Phenomenal Achievements’, PM Narendra Modi Hails Hima Das After She Clinches Her Fifth Gold Medal In 18 DaysIt has been a gold rush for Indian athlete Hima Das as she clinched her fifth gold medal in 18 days as she won the women’s 400m race in the Nove Mesto nad Metuji Grand Prix hosted by the Czech Republic on 20 July. The 19-year-old recorded her season-best timing of 52.09 seconds, announcing her return to the 400m race category. Das has been on a roll in Europe and had already added four gold medals prior to the latest one. She previously completed in the 200m race category and won four medals solely from the category. Her last 400m outing was in the Asian Championship held in Doha where she was forced to retire midway following which Hima marked her comeback to the 400m category in the current tournament and struck gold in the first go.    Netizens expressed joy over witnessing the two gems having a conversation on social media. Here are some of the reactions: COMMENT Sachin help her give your valuable suggestions she want a perfect guide she was future of nation— Krishna Perua (@KrishnaPerua) July 21, 2019 First Published: 22nd July, 2019 12:46 IST Sir, u r Contributing to Sports in a very healthy way. Thanx to God that u were born here in India.— Tooth Yanker (@shiva2470011) July 21, 2019 God always wit you and our god master blessings also wit u i hope sooooo heartly welcome to u🙂🇮🇳— Dvsnsimha (@dvsnsimha) July 21, 2019 Playing and doing for the Nation and making us proud— Kult Classic आउट्‌रेज्‌ बालक। (@TheShanichar) July 21, 2019 The 19-year-old beat her previous season-best timing of 52.88 seconds recorded earlier this season. Das dominated the 400m race, although her season-best timing is lower than her career-best timing of 50.79 seconds recorded at the Jakarta Asian Games. She had also missed a chance to participate in the World Championships. Nicknamed Dhing Express, Das raced to her first gold medal on July 2 as she dominated the 200m race at the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix in Poland where she clocked 23.65 seconds to grab the first place on the podium. Her second medal came from the same category at the Kutno Athletics Meet on July 7 in Poland, finishing the race with a time of 23.97 seconds.   WATCH | This Is The Hima Das Video Sachin Tendulkar, Amitabh Bachchan, VVS Laxman And Others Can’t Stop Talking About |  Koushik Narayanan The Dhing Express promptly responded to Tendulkar’s tweet and told him that she would visit him once she was back to India to take his blessings.  Sachin Sir is Master Blaster and Hima Das is Track Blaster.— sandeep suryawanshi (@11Milliondreams) July 21, 2019 FOLLOW US Congratulations @sachin_rt sir on being inducted into ICC Hall of Fame. You are truly an inspiration for all of us and future generations #SachInHallOfFame— Hima MON JAI (@HimaDas8) July 21, 2019 Session ID: 2020-09-09:73b9dc2a19386b8049d1653c Player Element ID: video_player_5f585ddfb3a3e OK Close Modal DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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UKGC releases 2016 gambling ‘behaviours, awareness and attitudes’ study

first_img Share Share Submit Related Articles UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has presented its latest 2016 statistics report into ‘UK gambling participation, attitudes and behaviours’ of British consumers. Focusing its research on consumer participation and perceptions of gambling verticals, the UKGC gives detailed insight on user habits, influences, product awareness and attitudes to betting and gaming.Presenting its 2016 results, the UKGC reports the headline figure that 48% of respondents have gambled in the past four weeks (a 3% increase on 2015), the figure drops to 33% when you exclude those that have only played the National Lottery.The survey make-up consists of 53% of men (50% in 2015) and 44% of women (41% in 2015) that have gambled in the past month. 17% of people that gambled did so online, with 97% of online gamblers gambling at home (unchanged from last year).James Green, UKGC programme director commented on the study: “This report paints an important picture of how consumers in Britain choose to gamble – identifying emerging trends and potential risks to the public. We are also now able to provide a more detailed snapshot of online behaviours, which featured for the first time last year.”“Effective protections come from strong evidence. Our research puts us in a powerful position to better understand the needs of gambling consumers.” UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service  August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020last_img read more

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