Published on September 27, 2014 at 10:48 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+ Juuso Pasanen turned to the stands as the clock ticked down in the final seconds, pumping his arms up and down to motion for the raucous home crowd to stand up.It was a feeling no Syracuse team has experienced since Oct. 17, 2001, when the Orange beat then-No. 8 Rutgers, 3-2, in overtime. It took 13 years and 16 tries, but SU knocked off a Top-10 opponent on Saturday night.“It puts us at that table with all those big-time teams,” junior goalkeeper Alex Bono said. “(Virginia is) a final four team and for us to come out and make a statement like that is definitely a big deal for us.”After a Skylar Thomas header goal put SU ahead with 15 minutes remaining in the first half, the back three buckled down to post its eighth shutout of the year as No. 18 Syracuse (8-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) took down No. 2 Virginia (4-3-1, 1-1-1 ACC), 1-0, at SU Soccer Stadium in front of 2,019 fans.The Orange has come close to knocking off national powerhouses, most recently in a 1-0 loss against then-No. 4 Notre Dame on Sept. 13., but it was finally able to edge a team SU head coach Ian McIntyre thinks can win the national title.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Tonight, it kind of validates what you’re doing,” McIntyre said.Just 10 minutes into the game, Virginia’s Ryan Zinkhan fired just wide of the left post from close range. Less than a minute later, Jake Rozhansky beat two SU defenders before Bono tipped away a would-be goal. A minute after that Rozhansky shot at the near post and Bono tipped it again.The game flashed before Syracuse’s eyes in a matter of three minutes, but the defense of Jordan Murrell, Thomas and Tyler Hilliard was able to weather an early storm.The hosts had their own bevy of semi-threats, but after a half hour of knocking on the door, Thomas used his height to his advantage on a corner kick.Julian Buescher whipped in a corner from the right side and the 6-foot-3 Thomas mounted two Virginia defenders before heading the ball into the top-left corner to give Syracuse the lead.“We’ve been working on that all week, all year actually, probably my whole college career,” Thomas said. “…working on crossing and finishing and hopefully I finally got it down.”With a minute remaining in the first half, yet another corner kick found a Syracuse head. Alex Halis directed the ball to the far-right corner from close range past the dive of UVA goalie Calle Brown, but Pablo Aguilar stuck out his hand to stop the ball from crossing the line, to which no penalty was given.It was a microcosm of the second half for SU, as Nick Perea, Chris Nanco and Halis all threatened to extend the lead but were unable to do so.On a day where Syracuse could’ve blown the Cavaliers out, it was the defense, yet again, that allowed the team to hold on in a 1-0 game.“We have eight wins this season and every single one of our wins has been a shutout, which is massive for our defense, massive for our entire team front to back,” Bono said. “If we won 1-0 every single game, I can’t say I would mind that.”McIntyre noted how his team was tired of being second-best to top-tier opponents. He referenced last year’s games against Notre Dame and Virginia as ones that stuck out.This time though, he didn’t have to harp on falling just short.“I can’t comment on respect on a national stage, but in our locker room, we know we’ve got a very honest, hard-working group,” he said. “Not just to knick a game — to play well tonight, yes it was close, but we played some good soccer.” Comments
Gov. Ron DeSantis has outlined what he believes are critical next steps for states that want to be medically secure when they are able to restart their economies following the pandemic.In an interview airing Sunday on Fox News Channel, DeSantis says that his administration has been investing heavily in serological testing, which measures the number of antibodies that are present in a person’s blood when the body is responding to the virus.According to the Florida Department of Public Health, nearly 176,000 Floridians had been tested for the virus as of early Sunday, and almost 19,000 of those are positive.“You see different studies that have been done overseas, and I think that the consensus seems to be emerging that whoever tests positive for it is probably just a small fraction of those who have actually had it,” DeSantis explains. “Because, of course, for people who are in the younger age groups, people who don’t have significant underlying conditions, this could be something that [has] relatively mild symptoms.”The governor goes on to say that at the beginning of the pandemic, many people who were feeling mild flu-like symptoms did not seek medical treatment, and may therefore not be included in the official infection counts.“I think we’ll be able to help us determine how widespread has this been [through antibody testing],” DeSantis adds. “And of course, that then will then inform what we do going forward because the more widespread it is, then I think the less efficacy some of the lockdown policies will ultimately have.”Additionally, DeSantis explains, “In most parts of the state, 90 to 95 percent of people who test, test negative. But then also it gives us data to be able to base decisions on. We need to know how this virus is circulating in various parts of the state.”The interview airs at 8 p.m. Sunday on Fox News’ “Life, Liberty & Levin.”
In this Sept. 10, 1973, file photo, Muhammad Ali, right, winces as Ken Norton hits him with a left to the head during their re-match at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Norton, a former heavyweight champion, has died, his son said, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013. He was 70. (AP Photo/File)by Tim DahlbergAP Sports ColumnistThey were young once, and perhaps it’s best to remember them that way.Magnificent men on stages equally as magnificent, they were part of the golden age of heavyweight boxing. With Muhammad Ali as the common thread, they fought in faraway places like Zaire and the Philippines, in Yankee Stadium and in the parking lot of a faux Roman palace on the Las Vegas Strip.“On any given night all of us could beat the other,” George Foreman said. “I had Ken Norton’s number and Joe Frazier’s number. Ali had my number, and Norton had Ali’s number. No one would give up.”For the better part of two decades, no one did. They fought each other and, if that didn’t settle things, they fought each other again. Ali in particular didn’t mind meeting a familiar foe, with three fights each against Norton and Frazier.For Norton, who died this week at the age of 70, fighting Ali didn’t just put him in the upper echelon of heavyweights at a time when heavyweights reigned supreme. It literally put food on his table for his son, Ken Jr., who would go on to play in the NFL for 13 years and now coaches linebackers for the Seattle Seahawks.The money was there because Ali made sure it was. He and Frazier met in what was truly the Fight of the Century in 1971, both getting $2.5 million purses that were unheard of at the time. In this June 9, 1978, file photo, Ken Norton, right, and Larry Holmes battle for the WBC heavyweight championship at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Holmes won the bout in a 15-round split decision. Gene Kilroy, who was Ali’s former business manager, says he’s sure Norton is “in heaven now with all the great fighters.” (AP Photo/File) In this 1977 photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, former heavyweight boxing champion Ken Norton helps Tina Turner jump rope in the ring at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau) A few years later, Ali was heavyweight champion again, though some thought his time had passed. He hadn’t looked that great against Norton in their 1976 fight at Yankee Stadium, and now he was going to defend his title against Alfredo Evangelista, a solid if unspectacular contender most noted as being the best heavyweight ever to emerge from Uruguay.“Why do you keep fighting?” a radio man asked Ali before the bout.Ali looked at the man like he had just landed from outer space before explaining why he was risking his heavyweight crown.“You know what they’re paying me for one night – $2.75 million. This is not Joe Frazier or Ken Norton or Jimmy Young,” he said. “I’m getting $2.75 million for a tuneup, a warm up, against a nobody.”There had to be some nobodies, of course, because the heavyweights who really mattered couldn’t keep fighting each other all the time. Sometimes, though, it seemed like they did, even to those actually doing the fighting.“They kept coming, and kept coming, one after the other,” Foreman said. “You just couldn’t find an easy target.”Norton was no easy target – far from it. The former Marine with the sculpted body came out of nowhere to break Ali’s jaw and hand him only his second defeat in 1973. The two would fight two more times and Ali would win both, though Norton went to his grave believing that he was robbed in their last fight in 1976 in Yankee Stadium.There was no such controversy two years earlier when Norton challenged Foreman for the heavyweight title in, of all places, Caracas, Venezuela. The fearsome Foreman, fighting one last fight before he and Ali would meet in the “Rumble in the Jungle” in Zaire, knocked Foreman down three times before the fight was mercifully called to an end in the second round.“A lot of people assumed he was afraid of me but he was never afraid of me,” Foreman said. “He got in the ring and took off his robe and I looked over there and he looks like Hercules. That wasn’t pretty at all.”Norton is gone now, never really having recovered from blows taken to the head and a car accident in the 1980s that nearly killed him. So is Frazier, and other less notable alums of the great heavyweight era like Young and Ron Lyle.Getting hit in the head by a 200-pound man can take a toll, though some weathered it better than others. I was with Leon Spinks last year when he and his wife sat in a small room at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas, where he was told his brain was shrinking because of the abuse it took in the ring and out.It was grand, though now it’s not so pretty. Ali himself is nearly mute and a trembling figure these days in Arizona, ravaged by the Parkinson’s Syndrome that did what no other opponent could do – silence The Greatest.“He’s living a more humble life now, but he’s doing good,” said Ali’s former business manager Gene Kilroy, who visited him earlier this year on Ali’s 71st birthday. “But he’s not the Ali he used to be when he would walk down the street and 5,000 people would follow as he yelled ‘Who’s the greatest of all time?’”Ali was, and of that there is little doubt. He captivated the world with his mouth outside the ring, and thrilled them with his work inside the ropes. Two wins each against Frazier and Norton and mighty upsets of Foreman and Sonny Liston were more than a career for any one man.His supporting class was awfully good too – the last batch of heavyweights to take up boxing before the lure of basketball and football took away so many good athletes from pursuing the sport. Like Norton, they were champions too, even if Ali always seemed to reign supreme.They were all young once, and they were magnificent.As another one passes, we’re all lucky to be able to remember them that way.____Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at [email protected] or http:twitter.com/timdahlberg
Longines Test S. Fleur De Lis Saturday , July 4NBCBelmont OaksBelmont ParkF/M Turf Saturday, Aug. 8NBCWhitney H.Saratoga RacecourseClassic Putting the spotlight on premier racetracks across the country, the 2015 television series begins with qualifying races on Belmont Stakes Day, June 6 from Belmont Park, in the Metropolitan Handicap and the Ogden Phipps. 2:30-5 p.m. Distaff Turf In the summer, the series jumps from coast to coast with Classic qualifiers at Santa Anita for the Gold Cup and then back east to Monmouth Park for the William Hill Haskell Invitational, won by last year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Bayern. In August, there will be three programs from historic Saratoga, including the Whitney, Travers Stakes and The Woodward. The series travels back to Belmont Park in the fall for The Jockey Club Gold, and concludes at this year’s Breeders’ Cup host site, Keeneland, for the Shadwell Turf Mile and Juddmonte Spinster Stakes, among others. TBD Stakes “We are excited to present our second series of Breeders’ Cup Challenge telecasts, which will help to build interest as we move from the Triple Crown races through the summer and on to the eagerly-anticipated Breeders’ Cup World Championships in the fall,” said Jon Miller, President of Programming for NBC and NBCSN. “Our 2015 season with NBC Sports Group continues a very successful expanded network partnership with the Challenge series designed to showcase the highest quality races from some of the nation’s premier racetracks” said Craig Fravel, Breeders’ Cup President and CEO. “The broad exposure of the “Win and You’re In” series combined with our digital marketing initiatives give us a great opportunity to provide fans with a clear path to the Championships and enhance the Breeders’ Cup brand.” NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the Breeders’ Cup will be streamed on NBCSports.com and on the NBC Sports Live Extra app on mobile and tablet devices. The NBC Sports Live Extra app is available on the iTunes App Store, Google Play and Windows Store. Suburban The complete 2015 Breeders’ Cup Challenge schedule will be released later this week. Shadwell Mile NEW YORK (April 9, 2015) – The Breeders’ Cup and NBC Sports Group today announced the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win and You’re In”™ television schedule featuring 18 of the best Challenge races leading to the World Championships from top racetracks across the United States. All races will be broadcast by NBC Sports Group and will be supported by an integrated marketing campaign. Spinaway S. 8-9 p.m. 5-6 p.m. 5-6 p.m. Saturday, June 6NBCSNMetropolitan Handicap Belmont ParkDirt Mile Sunday, Oct. 4NBCDixiana Bourbon S.Keeneland Race CourseJuvenile Turf 10 LIVE PROGRAMS FEATURING TOP QUALIFYING RACES FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE ENHANCED BY MULTI-MEDIA MARKETING PLATFORM To support the new Challenge Series, the Breeders’ Cup will be launching a multi-channel marketing effort that will aim to attract new fans to the telecasts and sport.Other Challenge platform assets include:A dedicated Challenge Series website with unique content and a team of writers, producers and experts, including NBC Sports Group personality Randy Moss, focusing on racing, lifestyle and human interest features from some of the country’s most iconic racetracks. http://challenge.breederscup.com/The Breeders’ Cup Million Dollar Finish fantasy game, a national consumer promotion that will allow fans to play along at home during each show to win great prizes.Below is the “Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win And You’re In” schedule on NBC and NBCSN. Breeders’ Cup Challenge races are listed in bold. Distaff The series continues the following Saturday evening, June 13, on NBCSN with the live telecast of the newest race to the televised series, the Stephen Foster Handicap from Churchill Downs. The 1 1/8 mile Foster will be the first of five televised automatic qualifiers for the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic, North America’s richest race, shown on the “Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series” this year. 5-6 p.m. In addition, several NBC Sports Regional Networks will present replays of select races after their initial airings on NBC and NBCSN. Juddmonte Spinster S. TBD 8:30-10 p.m. Ogden Phipps H.Belmont ParkDistaff Jockey Club Gold CupBelmont ParkClassic Six of the 10 series telecasts will be broadcast on NBC and four will be televised on NBCSN. 5-6 p.m. Summer at Saratoga Saturday, Aug. 29NBCTravers S.Saratoga RacecourseClassic Division TBD 5-6 p.m. TBD Stakes 4-6 p.m. Summer at Saratoga F/M Sprint Division Sunday, Aug. 2NBCWilliam Hill Haskell InvitationalMonmouth ParkClassic Summer at Saratoga Saturday, Oct. 3NBCClaiborne Breeders’ FuturityKeeneland RacecourseJuvenile Saturday, June 27NBCSNThe Gold Cup at Santa AnitaSanta Anita ParkClassic The expanded NBC Sports partnership includes multiplatform rights to the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series races, which will also be featured on NBC’s digital and mobile applications. Juvenile Fillies Classic Breeders’ Cup Challenge at Churchill Downs Sword Dancer Date/Time (ET)NetworkEventTrackChallenge/Division Mile The “Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win and You’re In”™, now in its second year, consists of 10 telecasts on NBC and NBCSN and features 18 “Win And You’re In” races. Winners of these highly prestigious races, which offer more than $13 million in purses and awards, automatically qualify for a spot in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 30-31). Saturday, June 13NBCSNStephen FosterChurchill DownsClassic 5-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5NBCSNWoodward S.Saratoga RacecourseClassic Division TBD Challenge Stakes Last November, Breeders’ Cup and NBC Sports Group announced a 10-year agreement in which the World Championships will be televised by NBC and NBCSN through 2025. About Breeders’ CupThe Breeders’ Cup administers the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, Thoroughbred racing’s year-end Championships. The Breeders’ Cup also administers the Breeders’ Cup Challenge qualifying series, which provides automatic starting positions into the Championships races. The 2015 Breeders’ Cup World Championships, consisting of 13 grade 1 races and purses and awards totaling $26 million will be held October 30-31 at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., and will be televised live by the NBC Sports Group. Breeders’ Cup press releases appear on the Breeders’ Cup Web site, www.breederscup.com. You can also follow the Breeders’ Cup on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and YouTube About NBC Sports GroupWhen the Comcast-NBCUniversal transaction was completed in January 2011, the sports assets of the two companies combined to form NBC Sports Group, which serves sports fans 24/7 with premier live events, insightful studio shows, and compelling original programming. The sports media company consists of a unique array of sports assets, including NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, NBCSN (NBC Sports Network), Golf Channel, 10 NBC Sports Regional Networks, NBC Sports Radio and NBC Sports Digital. NBC Sports Group possesses an unparalleled collection of television rights agreements, partnering with some of the most prestigious sports properties in the world: the International Olympic Committee and United States Olympic Committee, the NFL, NHL, NASCAR, PGA TOUR, PGA of America, Churchill Downs, Premier League, Tour de France, French Open, Formula One, IndyCar and many more. NBCUniversal Media, LLC is not a sponsor of the Million Dollar Finish promotion.
Below are Raphoe notes for the week….Raphoe Family Resource Centre Clg.Raphoe Family Resource Centre provides computer and internet access, photocopying, CV preparation and weekly employment lists via email. If you need any help on these areas, please call into us or give us a call. If you are interested in any of our following courses or programmes or would like to join in on any of our groups, please call in to see us or contact us on 0749145796 / 0873641503.Annual General MeetingRaphoe Family Resource Centre will hold their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 20th November 2019 at 7PM in the Centre, Sheep’s Lane, Raphoe. Everyone welcome to attend.Something Special Group – Drop-In Support Morning If you are a parent/guardian of a child or children with a physical/sensory/intellectual disability; Autism Spectrum Disorder; dyslexia/dyspraxia; or delayed communication and feel you need to talk to others in similar situations please feel free to come along.Types of support given are listening ear, help with applications, information sharing, and signposting to other support services and interventions. If you would like any further information, contact Laura on (074)9145796 or 0873641503. Our next morning will take place on Friday 29th November 2019 at 10 am.Toddler GroupLittle Smiles with Big Dreams Toddler Group will meet every Thursday from 10.30am to 12noon in the Presbyterian Hall, Meetinghouse Street, Raphoe.Anyone who is in the care of a child-parent(s)/guardian/aunt/uncle/child-minder or grandparent is welcome. Toddler groups are a great way to enhance your little one’s confidence and meet others of similar age. A light snack is provided for the kids while adults can enjoy a wee cuppa and chat! Cost €2 per family.Raphoe Boxing Club The local boxing club will host their 31st annual boxing tournament in the Deele College Sport Pavilion when they will have as their guests the Paddy Brennan International Boxing Academy from Tenbury Wells, England. Club coaches Gary Mc Cullagh and Gerard Keaveney have once again come up trumps with 14 quality contests down for decision featuring a number of Irish and English champions.The boxing will commence at 8PM sharp and everyone is welcome. The officials at the club would like to extend a very sincere thanks to all the generous business people of Raphoe and surrounding area’s for their continued financial support for without their support the local successful boxing club would fail to exist. Vincent’s Raphoe Eveningwear Sale Vincent’s shop in Raphoe has received a consignment of new stock from a bridal boutique. Among the items we have for sale are exquisite evening/prom gowns, bridesmaid dresses, first communion dresses, tiara’s and headpieces and various bridal/evening accessories.The items are all new and top quality brands. You can call into our shop in the Diamond Raphoe, or call 074 91 73933 to make an appointment to view and try on in private.Simon Mc Bride Memorial Tractor Run Presentation DanceA presentation dance will take place in Biddy Friel’s Drumoghill on Saturday 16th November 2019. €10 entry, pay at the door, starts at 9PM sharp. Music by the Rockhill Ramblers. An auction and raffle will take place on the night with some great prizes up for grabs! Proceeds in aid of Donegal Hospice and Cardiac Unit, Letterkenny University Hospital. Everyone welcome!Helping Hands Scheme Do you live alone or are no longer in a position, due to age or disability, to carry out odd jobs? Raphoe Family Resource Centre, supported by DLDC Tus Scheme have a helping hands project were odd jobs can be carried out such as grass cutting, path clearing, tidy ups, painting etc. Only outdoor work is permitted. If you would like to find out more please give us a call on 0749145796/087364150350/50 Bonus BallThe winner of last week’s bonus ball was Charlotte Watson, winning number 7. Congratulations Charlotte! To enter the bonus ball please call in!Raphoe Walking Group Raphoe Walking Group meet every Thursday morning at 10.30am, here in the FRC. Come along and join the group for a walk and a cuppa!!Seniors Alert SchemeRaphoe Family Resource Centre is registered under Pobal’s Senior Alert Scheme to provide personal alarms to those over 65 years living alone for significant periods of time during the day, or is a carer to someone else in their household. The purpose of the scheme is to enable older persons of limited means to continue to live securely in their own homes with confidence, independence and peace of mind providing them with a free personal monitored alarm which can be worn as a pendant or around their wrist like a watch. If you feel you or someone you know would benefit from this scheme please contact Laura at Raphoe Family Resource Centre on (074) 9145796 or 0873641503 for more information or to make an application.Are you interested in up skilling? Would you like to learn about computers? Are you from the Raphoe area? Donegal ETB will be starting a beginner’s computer course on Tuesday 24th September from 10am-1pm in the Volt House, Raphoe. On this course you will build your knowledge and skills, and gain more confidence in working with computers. This is a part-time course, free of charge and delivered to small groups in a relaxed atmosphere. For more information call Raphoe Family Resource Centre on 074 9145796 or call Georgie 0877002294 or apply online today through: http://www.fetchcourses.ieCo-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.Raphoe Friday Club The Friday Club meets every Friday morning in the Volt House from 10.30am-12.30. We would like more in our community to come along and be a part of the Group. Refreshments are also provided. Transport is available on Friday mornings and if you require this please phone 0749145462 and arrange.Raphoe Notes: Eveningwear sale at Vincent’s Raphoe was last modified: November 7th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
The Nehru jacket, a fashion oddity with its lack of lapels and the conventional collar, has perhaps travelled much wider and has proved more durable than its originator, India’s first prime minister.In the 1960s, it stormed men’s wardrobes, thanks to star supporters like Johnny Carson and the Beatles. It would,The Nehru jacket, a fashion oddity with its lack of lapels and the conventional collar, has perhaps travelled much wider and has proved more durable than its originator, India’s first prime minister.In the 1960s, it stormed men’s wardrobes, thanks to star supporters like Johnny Carson and the Beatles. It would have slid into oblivion in the latter part of the decade but for the James Bond films, with the original Bond, Sean Connery appearing in a Nehru-collared jacket in Dr No.The dress swam back to the future in the late 1990s – again tracing the 007 route – when comedian Mike Myers sported the Nehru jacket as Austin Powers, the ultra-hip British agent. It soon became a retro resurrect – something the Mao jacket never succeeded in doing.British Prime Minister Tony Blair has gone to town in a Nehru jacket and former South African leader Nelson Mandela has professed his fondness for the cut.
Mumbai, Jun 20 (PTI) The Bombay High Court has quashed an FIR filed by actor Sachin Pilgaonkar against a woman car dealer who had allegedly cheated him by selling a BMV luxury car at a subsidised rate of Rs 34 lakh.Sachin got his money back last week after the FIR lodged by him against the car dealer was quashed recently, his lawyer Swapna Kode said today.Sachin and the car dealer mutually agreed to quash the case and the latter had deposited Rs 34 lakh in the court. This money was returned to the actor few days ago, Kode said.The actor had registered the FIR in November 2015 against Anagha Borikar who had offered to sell him the BMV car at a discounted rate of Rs 34 lakh as against the original price of the car i.e Rs 54 lakh.Pilgaonkar had met Borikar recently at a sports event in Panchgani hill station near Pune. She introduced herself as a car dealer and offered to sell him the BMV at a subsidised rate.Sachin paid the amount to the woman and she sent him the BMV car as promised earlier. However, the showroom from where the car had been sent took back the car saying that it was sent to Borikar for a test drive and that they were yet to receive the full price of the car from her.Sachin then tried calling Borikar to know what had happened to the car but she did not respond to his calls.The actor lodged a complaint with Versova police against Borikar. Later, it transpired that there were more such complaints against her for allegedly cheating people by selling cars at discounted rates.advertisementFearing arrest, Borikar had urged for pre-arrest bail in sessions court which rejected her plea. She then moved the high court and declared that she wanted to settle the matter with the actor.The high court asked her to deposit the money received from the actor with the registrar of the court. Accordingly, she deposited Rs 34 lakh.As the parties decided to mutually settle the dispute, the money was refunded to the actor after the high court quashed the case, advocate Kode said. PTI SVS DK ZMN BAS
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Premier League trio eyeing Espanyol striker Borja Iglesiasby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveA raft of Premier League clubs are eyeing Espanyol striker Borja Iglesias.La Vanguardia says Leicester City, Wolves and Crystal Palace are all keen on the forward.Iglesias’ contract carries a €28m buyout clause.For now, Espanyol are yet to field any offers for Iglesias, though are aware of the English speculation.Espanyol’s record transfer is €20m for Gerard Moreno when he was sold to Villarreal.
Louisville just finished its regular season with a 59-57 victory over No. 2 Virginia at the KFC Yum! Center. What made the Cards’ victory so remarkable was just how they got it done.After Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon put the Cavs up 57-56 on a three-pointer with 16 seconds to play, Louisville had a chance to win it. The Cavaliers doubled UL point guard Terry Rozier off of a pick-and-roll, leaving big man Mangok Mathiang wide-open. Since January 31st, Mathiang had made just one of 16 field goal attempts. He had not attempted a shot in 14 minutes today. Naturally, he swished the foul line jumper off Rozier’s feed like it was second nature.Virginia’s foul-court inbounds pass landed out of bounds, and Rozier finished things off with a free throw. Louisville’s win clinched the No. 4 seed in the upcoming ACC Tournament, and a coveted double-bye into the quarterfinals.All thanks to the 6-foot-10 sophomore from Australia who found his way into the scoring column at the most opportune time.