Spurs, Alli deny Chelsea record win

first_img“We were competitive against a team in very good form, one of the best in Europe, and we feel very proud and pleased because the performance was very solid,” said Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino.Antonio Conte’s Chelsea must content themselves with having equalled Arsenal’s season record of 13 wins in a row from 2001-02 and they remain five points clear of second-place Liverpool.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliSPORTSWe are youngBut the end of their winning streak will give hope to their pursuers, not least Tottenham, who rose above Manchester City and Arsenal to third place in the table, seven points below the leaders.“It is a pity to stop this run, but Tottenham is a good team, a really strong team and I think is for sure one of the teams that can fight for the title until the end,” Conte told Sky Sports. Where did they go? 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Indian bakers make world’s ‘longest’ cake00:50Trending Articles01:38GCTA mess: BuCor given til March to review records of PDL returnees01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND Carbon copyWhereas Spurs had gone with four at the back in November’s 2-1 loss at the Bridge, here they effectively matched Chelsea’s 3-4-3 shape, which made for an attritional first half at White Hart Lane.Spurs saw most of the ball, their wing-backs Kyle Walker and Danny Rose carrying the fight, but they struggled to pick holes in Chelsea’s rearguard and the visitors posed a threat on the break.In the fifth minute, Nemanja Matic’s lofted pass over Spurs’ right-sided centre-back Eric Dier found Eden Hazard in ample space, only for the Belgian to shoot narrowly wide with his left foot.Victor Wanyama and Eriksen sent low efforts wide from range for Spurs and when the hosts finally got in behind, Dier ghosting in to meet Rose’s deep free-kick, Thibaut Courtois was on hand to save.But in first-half injury time, Spurs struck, Eriksen shaping a cross into the box from the right and Alli, hitherto close to anonymous, leaping to plant a glorious header in the top-right corner.It was the England midfielder’s sixth goal in four games and within nine minutes of kick-off in the second half, he would have a seventh.Urged on by a typically animated Conte, Chelsea flew out of the traps, Diego Costa testing Hugo Lloris with a skidding strike and Hazard nodding Marcos Alonso’s header wide from point-blank range.The celebrations, though, were Tottenham’s thanks to a near carbon copy of their first goal, Eriksen swinging a cross to the back post and Alli outleaping Victor Moses and Cesar Azpilicueta to head home.Conte made three bold changes, sending on Willian, Cesc Fabregas and Michy Batshuayi for Marcos Alonso, N’Golo Kante and Moses, with Pedro Rodriguez moving to a left wing-back role.But his players, finally, appeared spent and Eriksen came close to adding a third with a dipping free-kick that narrowly eluded the left-hand upright. Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town “My team are top of the table because we are working a lot. This league is very tough and it is important to continue to work.”Alli, 20, has now scored braces in three successive games and his latest double allowed Pochettino’s men to register a fifth win in a row — their best such run in nearly a year.It also enabled Spurs to claim a measure of revenge, both for their 2-1 defeat at Chelsea in November and the fiery 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge last May that ended their title challenge.Pochettino, meanwhile, could celebrate his 150th Premier League game as a manager with a deeply satisfying victory.“We are in a good position, third in the table,” he said. “But it is a long way to finish the season.”ADVERTISEMENT We are young PH among economies most vulnerable to virus MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Senators to proceed with review of VFA 105-year-old Frenchman sets cycling record Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Tottenham’s Dele Alli, second right, scores a goal past Chelsea’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at White Hart Lane stadium in London, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)In-form midfielder Dele Alli scored two near-identical headers as Tottenham Hotspur beat Chelsea 2-0 on Wednesday to torpedo the Premier League leaders’ hopes of a record 14th consecutive victory.Chelsea were bidding to become the first team to win 14 successive games within the same English top-flight season, but Alli’s goals, both set up by Christian Eriksen, brought them down to earth.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

Devastated employees and struggling Canadian content Behind the scenes of Shomis shutdown

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement “Hey Shomis,” said Shomi general manager David Asch. That jingle marked the start of every team meeting at the jointly-owned Rogers-Shaw streaming service, but former Shomi employee Cassandra James, noted something different in his voice that afternoon.“It was almost like he told us that our pet had died,” she remembered. She strolls into our meeting with her hands in the front pocket of her hoodie. After she reaches across the table to shake my hand, she recalls the day she found out that Shomi was shutting down.“I actually left. There’s this thing with my anxiety that I don’t like people witnessing my emotions,” said James. She left the room immediately after hearing the news and headed to the washroom to wipe away the tears and splash cold water on her face. Upon leaving, she noticed several colleagues lined up outside the bathroom for what she presumed to be the same reason.If content rules, Netflix is King At this point, Shomi had been operational for two years and was the first English-language streaming service to launch in Canada after Neftlix. Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Water main break in North Park causes flooding

first_imgWater main break in North Park causes flooding KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – North Park residents were dealing with flooding after a water main break today, and as public utility crews worked to repair it, about 70 homes were without water.The broken pipe was reported in the area of Myrtle and Arnold avenues at about 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Water flowed toward homes in the 3400 block of Arizona Street, according to police.San Diego Public Utilities Department crews shut down the water main at 9:30 a.m. Service is expected to be restored by 4 p.m. July 7, 2019 Posted: July 7, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

The world of vision

first_imgFrom the time immortal there lies a bridge between the beginning and end. This bridge is an ongoing process.  pre-historic character have established a contour through a flowing evolution. The contour which is ever changing, depending on environment and nature. These are evident in both physical and metaphysical aspects. But the spirit remains eternal. A mutilated fundamental entity results in detachment and destruction from the main-land.  Our dream revolves around that very spirit,  save some external modifications. Banerjee is an architect of that venture. Apparently it seems though that the sculptures and drawings are mercy pre-historic in nature and reflection.  An intense study of the same portrays it as a link between the two ends. In a nut-shell it’s art for art’s sake, vibrant with a esthetic beauty.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’For Banerjee, drawing is an essential form of self expression. He understood that drawing is not just taking notes of what the artist sees with his eyes, but also with his third eye. The world of vision and of fantasy, the conscious and the sub-conscious influences the artist. Drawing shows how an idea is born in the artist’s mind, the innate possibilities of the concept at the embryo stage,as it begins to grow naturally. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixTanmay’s world has frozen scenes that sometimes depict Neolithic rural life or hark back to Mesolithic primitive times. Some of the protagonists might be clothed but one or two appear nude. As in cave painting, a figure might be drawn over another. People are always there with domesticated animals. A normal pastoral scene gains momentum when one of the figures appear in the nude. One begins to wonder what difference would it make if we went around in Adam’s swear. Tanmay’s lines dance to the tune of unheard music. They are never nervous, but always bold, strong and fluid. They move from dark tone to lighter ones and gradually reach the final stage of white.They sometimes move into a calligraphic world. At times he enhances the linear movements by adding shades and areas of corresponding darkness. This is a world of reality that is tinged with fantasy. When: May 25 – May 31Where: Lalit Kala Academi, Rabindrabhavan Timing: 10 am to 7pmlast_img read more

Bullies least likely to be depressed says study

first_img“Humans tend to try to establish a rank hierarchy. When you’re in high school, it’s a very limited arena in which you can establish your rank, and climbing the social ladder to be on top is one of the main ways… Bullying is a tool you can use to get there,” lead researcher Jennifer Wong, a professor of criminology, was quoted as saying by National Post.Researchers at Simon Fraser University surveyed a group of Vancouver high school students and got the results which oppose earlier assumptions about bullies. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Also, bullying is in the genes and not something learnt outside, the researchers said.“Most anti-bullying programmes try to change the behaviour of bullies… and they usually don’t work, That’s probably because the behaviour is biologically hard-wired, not learned,” Wong said.Wong and student Jun-Bin Koh surveyed 135 teenagers from a Vancouver high school. A standard questionnaire — asking things like how often they were “hit, kicked or shoved” — divided the students into the categories of bully, bystander, victim or victim-bully. Some of the differences were  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflixnot statistically significant, but bullies —“about 11 percent of the group” —came out on top on three main outcomes: they scored highest on self-esteem and social status and lowest on depression, said the study published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence.Wong recommended a rethinking of how schools tackle bullying, saying that merely punishing the perpetrators not only fails to work, but in some cases enhances their status.last_img read more

Soon concrete roads to be constructed in New Town

first_imgKolkata: Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) has proposed to set up concrete roads in New Town in phases.This will reduce the maintenance cost of the stretches which eats up a major portion of the revenue collection. The potholes and crators that have been created due to the monsoon in areas under Sector V and Nabadiganta will be repaired before the Durga Puja. A workshop to find out methods to set up roads for longer duration was held in New Town on Thursday. Senior officials of HIDCO, New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA), Nabadiganta Industrial Township Authority (NDITA) attended the workshop along with engineers and experts in road construction. There are 200km roads in New Town while Sector V has another 25 kilometers road. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe experts said that while constructing concrete roads, the upper layer should be covered with a thin layer of tar. This would help the cars to move smoothly and reduce the level of environmental pollution as well. The experts suggested that for the good health of the roads, the cracks that are more than 3 mm deep should be repaired immediately. Representatives of a start-up company said they would provide vehicles fitted with CCTV cameras which will help them to detect the cracks. The specially-designed vehicles will move around in New Town. There will a central monitoring system. Once the cracks are detected, the road repairing agencies will be informed through the monitoring system. HIDCO will ask the firm to do a pilot study and on the basis of the report, subsequent steps will be taken. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedEmphasis will also be given on visual improvement. HIDCO has taken up elaborate measures to increase the green cover in the area. Tall tree nurseries have been set up and with the state Forest Department, massive plantation of saplings have been done. Saplings were given to NGOs and individual owners and cooperatives looking after housing complexes during the Forest Week. The roadside trees are being watered daily with recycled water with the help of specially designed vehicles.last_img read more

WB govt committed to reducing road accidents Mamata

first_imgKolkata: The West Bengal government is committed to curbing traffic offences, its initiatives have significantly reduced road accidents in the state, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asserted on Sunday. On the occasion of ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’, the CM said her campaign – ‘Safe Drive, Save Life’ – has earned the praise of the Supreme Court. “Today is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Our government is committed towards reducing incidents of road accidents in #Bangla. Our #SafeDriveSaveLife campaign has reduced such incidents significantly, earning praise of the Supreme Court,” Banerjee tweeted. The state government launched the campaign in 2016 as part of its initiatives to inculcate a “sense of safe driving and responsible road behaviour” among people. The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims is observed on the third Sunday of November every year in memory of millions of people who died in road crashes and their families.last_img read more

How Augmented Reality Has Changed Selfies Forever Infographic

first_img Throughout their lifetime, the average millennial will take 25,676 selfies, according to research compiled by eyewear company FramesDirect. Not only that, but millennials usually spend a whopping 54 hours per year taking selfies. Typically, a millennial will take nine selfies every week to either post on social media, snap a vacation shot, send to a significant other or celebrate a birthday.Related: Why AR & VR Are the Need of the HourIt’s clear that selfies have been taken to the next level, and with the help of augmented reality, it’s only getting bigger. In 2015, Snap introduced the first augmented reality filter with “rainbow barfing.” The year after, it amped up its AR levels with the highly popular dog filter. In 2017, the company launched Lens Studio, a desktop application that allows any user to create and submit an AR filter.Of course, Snap’s not the only social media platform tapping into the innovative tech — Instagram’s filters and Selfie Facebook Spaces include AR. Selfies go beyond social media, with their ability to unlock phones or pay for purchases.Related: How Augmented Reality Will Shape the Future of EcommerceTo learn more about how augmented reality is changing selfies forever, check out FramesDirect.com’s infographic below. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 2 min read August 19, 2018center_img Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right.last_img read more