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10 months agoCardiff boss Neil Warnock hails away fans for Crystal Palace stalemate

first_imgCardiff boss Neil Warnock hails away fans for Crystal Palace stalemateby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCardiff City boss Neil Warnock hailed the away support for their 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace.Warnock made a point of instructing his side to applaud the 1,700 away end, with the players handing over shirts to supporters in the crowd.He said: “When you’ve got fans like that and a club supporting you, you’ve always got a chance. Our dressing room is our strength, but I think we play a lot more than we get credit for.”I think the lads get tainted because they’re my team, whereas I think we play as well as a lot of teams in the league and we’ve got a bit of steel about us.””I’m really pleased for the fans. We’ve had one point in I don’t know how many games. To keep that volume up is unbelievable, so all credit to them.”Warnock added: “We looked at the last time they played Burnley and I think they had 30-odd shots, so we knew what we’d be up against.”But I thought we were really well organised and broke at pace when we got time. I thought their keeper made the best save of the game if I’m honest from Kadeem and at the end we kept going and nearly won it at the death.”I know it was a 0-0 draw but I thought it was an exciting 0-0 draw if I’m honest.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

9 months agoHoedt free to leave Southampton admits Hasenhuttl

first_imgHoedt free to leave Southampton admits Hasenhuttlby Freddie Taylor9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has admitted Wesley Hoedt is free to leave the club this month.The Dutch defender has yet to feature for Saints since Hasenhuttl replaced Mark Hughes last month.”Nearly every player [has] played a game until now but he didn’t. It’s difficult,” Hasenhuttl said.”I made a decision for (Jannik) Vestergaard, Jack Stephens at Derby. I think Jack will take the part of Maya Yoshida who is gone for one month.”Yeah, it’s not the best for Wesley, that’s right. It’s the same for Gabbiadini or Steven (Davis). The guys went away to find other solutions, it’s better for them.”For Wesley it can be the same. We don’t send any player away but if he feels like he is not used like wants from us, he should think about it.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Auto sales fall eight per cent in December 26 per cent for

first_imgTORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. says light vehicle sales fell eight per cent in December compared with last year for a tenth straight month of declines.The auto consultant says 114,289 vehicles sold in December, compared with 124,247 in the same month last year, for a 12.1 per cent decline in passenger car sales and a 6.5 per cent decline in light truck sales.Total light vehicles sales for 2018 came in at 1.985 million, down 2.6 per cent from the record 2.039 million vehicles sold a year earlier.Light truck sales, which include pickup trucks and various types of SUVs, rose 0.6 per cent in 2018, while generally more fuel efficient passenger car sales dropped 9.7 per cent year over year.General Motors, which has faced criticism for plans to close its Oshawa Assembly Plant, saw sales drop 30 per cent in December from a year earlier.Fiat Chrysler Automobiles also saw a steep drop at 32.5 per cent, while Ford Motor Co. was down 8.4 per cent. Toyota sales were up 28 per cent and Honda sales were up 11.2 per cent. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Saif Ali Khans film with Aanand L Rai to release in September

first_imgMumbai: Saif Ali Khan’s upcoming film backed by Aanand L Rai’s Colour Yellow Productions is set for a September release. According to a statement issued by the makers, the team will soon announce the title of the film. The project was earlier named “Hunter”. As per reports, the film which is set in 1780, shows Saif as a failed sadhu (Hindu ascetic). The movie, directed by Navdeep Singh, also features “Mukkabaaz” actor Zoya Hussain and Manav Vij.last_img

Ernesto Valverde on Barcelonas victory against Levante

first_imgHaving scored four times away at Levante in 2017-18, Ernesto Valverde’s side was defeated  5-4, however, Barca was prepared this season as they didn’t want a repeat of that last Sunday night.Barca thrashed Levante 5-0 with a hat-trick from Lionel Messi and a contribution from Suarez.Lionel Messi bagged three goals for his side and assisted with two goals.“We are happy because last year we played here and conceded five after a whole season without losing,” Valverde said at his post-match press conference via Marca.“That was only a few months ago, they are having a great season and they keep showing that.Jose Mourinho, Lionel MessiMourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“We remembered last year and we managed to put it behind us and leave with a clean sheet.”“They started as we imagined,” he said.“We had to change the setup based on the casualties we had so it was difficult for us and they squeezed us.“They’re able to score and dangerous when they counterattack but we had the fortune of opening the score.”last_img read more

For a colourful cause

first_imgThis one’s for the art lovers in the Capital. An exhibition in India Habitat Centre will be displaying art works of about 100 eminent and upcoming Indian artists from across India. Works that form a part of this annual exhibition are that of- Raza, M.F. Husain, Jatin Das, Swaminathan, Sanjay Bhattacharya,  CD Mistry, Niren Sen, Jagdish Dey, Vigyan Vrat, Bhagat Singh, Dileep Sharma, Farhad Hussain, Balesh Jindal, and many eminent artists from pan India along with several upcoming artists . It will be effectively reflecting the colorful cause through their creativity. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’A set of four unique sandal wood sculptures  will also be displayed that were created sometime in the early 20th century by an awardee by the President of India, Mali Chand Jangid from Rajasthan whose generations were involved in such intricate craftsmanship since centuries. The craftsmanship is extraordinary and extremely fascinating  as it involves carving in a single piece of sandal wood.This excitement of the colors is experienced by the group of these artists from all over India who have gathered together during an art exhibition, Colors of Life, not only in terms of the geographic borders but also in an encounter of each other’s artistic framework and creative terrain, which manifests in the resulting creative out-pouring exhibited at the spacious Visual Art Gallery at the Indian Habitat Centre. The three days from 21 June 2013 followed by art display at the Art Mall from 25 Jun till 1st July 13 was the culmination of an idea mooted annually. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixEach artist rendered the work in his/her own distinct genre. Few have deployed a panoramic views of nature, some as tantric streak, submerged in detailed rendering of changing seasons, flora and fauna, snarling creepers, birds perched on fruiting trees and bees humming over flowering patterns, suggesting an influence of miniature tradition. In a different vein of popular culture, come water colour paintings linked to modern icons in media, and glamour in a mix of fun.In the Colors of Life, the artists could bond together, and engage in some fun filled opportunity.last_img read more

You are not irrational just a quantum probabilistic

first_imgWhat has quantum physics to do with human decision-making? A lot, say researchers, advising that the next time someone accuses you of making an irrational decision, just explain that you are obeying the laws of quantum physics.According to Zheng Joyce Wang from Ohio State University, the equations that most closely match human behaviour may be ones that are rooted in quantum physics that deals with ambiguity in the real world. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“We have accumulated so many paradoxical findings in the field of cognition, especially in decision-making,” said Wang, associate professor of communication.The work suggests that thinking in a quantum-like way — essentially not following a conventional approach based on classical probability theory – enables humans to make important decisions in the face of uncertainty.It also lets us confront complex questions despite our limited mental resources in life. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix“We usually think of quantum physics as describing the behaviour of sub-atomic particles, not the behaviour of people. But the idea is not so far-fetched,” Wang added.In social and behavioural sciences as a whole, we use probability models a lot. Sometimes we are not certain about how we feel or we feel ambiguous about which option to choose or we have to make decisions based on limited information.“Our brain cannot store everything. We do not always have clear attitudes about things. But when you ask me a question, like ‘What do you want for dinner”, I have to think about it and come up with or construct a clear answer right there,” Wang said. “That is quantum cognition,” she noted.Quantum cognition is what happens when humans have to deal with ambiguity mentally.With the quantum approach, Wang and her colleagues argued, many different and complex aspects of human behaviour can be solved.“This new trend may also help researchers resolve certain contradictions among the results of previous psychological studies,” the authors concluded in two new review papers in the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science and Trends in Cognitive Sciences.last_img read more

6yearold Bankura girl dies at city hospital swine flu suspected

first_imgKolkata: A 6-year-old girl from Bankura died at a city hospital with swine flu-like symptoms. The state Health department has sought a report from the hospital authorities in this regard.Sritama Roy (6), a resident of Kotolpur village in Bankura, was taken to the Institute of Child Health in Park Circus eight days ago, after she complained of fever and serious respiratory distress.After a thorough check-up, the doctors at the hospital decided to shift her to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). However, her health condition gradually deteriorated, Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifefollowing which she died at the hospital on Wednesday morning.Sources in the hospital said that the victim died as she had been suffering from swine flu for the past few days. The girl’s swab tests have also confirmed the disease. The hospital authorities are yet to confirm how the victim had contracted the disease.It has also been learnt from the sources that another patient has been undergoing treat-ment at the hospital withswine flu.The state Health department is yet to confirm if the child actually died of swine flu or not. The department has asked the hospital authorities to submit a report regarding the treatment of the victim. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe Health department had issued an alert to all the government-owned hospitals and medical colleges, after some patients were admitted to the city hospitals with swine flu-like symptoms a month ago. The hospitals were also asked to put in place an isolation ward, so that the patients with swine flu-like symptoms can be kept there.The department had also issued necessary guidelines to the hospitals for the treatment of the patients complaining of such symptoms.Sritama’s family members said that she had complained of fever around two weeks ago. They had then taken her to a local doctor. Some blood tests were done on the patient, but nothing was found. The doctor had also advised the patient to take some medicines.She had been under the medication of the local doctor for five days. As her condition failed to improve, some local residents told them to take the patient to the city hospital.last_img read more