Tottenham defender Alderweireld out until February

first_img0Shares0000Tottenham’s Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld clutches his hamstring during the Champions League Group H match against Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium in London, on November 1, 2017 © AFP/File / Adrian DENNISLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 12 – Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino confirmed on Tuesday that Belgium international defender Toby Alderweireld’s hamstring problem will keep him out of action until February.Alderweireld, 28, sustained the injury against Real Madrid on November 1 and the Belgian is expected to miss another eight weeks of competitive action. “We cannot change the reality. The reality is that he is injured and cannot play until February,” Pochettino said ahead of sixth-placed Spurs’ clash with Brighton on Wednesday.“You miss the players who are not fit but football is a collective sport about the team not individuals.“Some players have more influence on the team. But we have squad enough and players who can play.”Alderweireld’s layoff means the defender is likely to sit out crunch Premier League games against Manchester City and Manchester United but could return in February for matches against Liverpool and Arsenal.Spurs then face Juventus in the first leg of the Champions League last 16 on February 13.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Donegal public warned of danger of fireworks

first_imgSinn Féin Councillor Gary Doherty has today urged users of fireworks in Donegal to be mindful of their neighbours and to remember that unlicenced use in this jurisdiction is illegal.Cllr Doherty was speaking as the Halloween season gets underway and preparations begin for bonfire and fireworks displays across the country.He said “As we approach the Halloween festival we are beginning to see fireworks being set off in towns and villages across Donegal. I have had a number of reports from people, particularly the elderly and vulnerable about fireworks casuing them undue stress, especially if they are ignited late at night. Therefore I would ask that anyone setting these fireworks off be mindful of their neighbours and be aware that they may feel afraid by the noise at unsociable hours.”“It is also worth remembering that anyone found guilty of igniting a firework, throwing a firework or having a firework with an intention to supply it to another person without a licence can be imprisoned for up to five years and fined €10,000.“Only fireworks licenced for import and used by a professional licenced operator are permitted in this jurisdiction. I would certainly urge anyone planning a Halloween party or event to be mindful of the law surrounding fireworks.”Donegal public warned of danger of fireworks was last modified: October 11th, 2016 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

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Flood Recovery Updates: Illies / Glentogher to reopen

first_imgDonegal County Council have issued an update to the public on road repairs and assistance available for those affected by last month’s flooding:Summary of updates: –  R244 at Craignahorna on the Mountain Road between Buncrana and Carndonagh expected to open in 4 weeks.–  L-1381-2 – Meendacalliagh/Evishbreedy: Illies to Glentoghter – due to open at 6pm this evening.–  Local diversions not suitable for HGVs – HGVs being asked to use main roads (see below). –  59 households have now registered as being displaced by floods.–  115 bridges suffered flood damage and up to a quarter of these may have to be replacedRoads UpdateSince the severe flooding on the 22nd August, Donegal County Council has been working to have the priority regional routes in Inishowen open as soon as possible and below is an update on the status of these roads:R240 at Riverside between Quigleys Point and Carndonagh – is now open  to single lane traffic. Motorists are asked to remember that there is a 20 tonne weight restriction on this road and for this reason it is not suitable for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).R238 at Three Trees between Muff and Quigleys Point is now open to two way traffic.R244 at Craignahorna on the Mountain Road between Buncrana and Carndonagh remains closed. Work is continuing on repairing this road and a bespoke box culvert has been procured, ordered and is now being manufactured.  A bespoke skew box culvert is required due the the height of the bridge  and a temporary platform is required on site to lift the culvert into place.    It is expected that this road will be reopenedin 4 weeks.The L-1781-6 Grainne’s Gap is now open with a small diversion at Thompsontown bridge.  This bridge is due to open on Friday 15 September.Local diversions not suitable for HGV’sLocal diversions for these regional roads are not suitable for Heavy Goods Vehicles and the Council is asking that HGVs use the following: Buncrana to Ballyliffin to Clonmany to Carndonagh route orMuff to Quigleys Point to Moville to Carndonagh route.Rural roadsA number of rural roads across the peninsula have been closed due to damage caused during the floods and below is an update on the current status of these roads:L-1891-2 – Eskaheen Road to chapel – remains closed.L-1381-2 – Meendacalliagh/Evishbreedy: Illies to Glentoghter – due to open at 6pm on Friday 8 September. L-53912 – Annagh – remains closedL-7451-1 – Drumskillen Road – remains closedL-7631-3 – Glenbridge Road – remains closedL-7641-1 – Gortcormacan – remains closed and due to open on Friday 29th September.L-7681-1 – Lowertown Road/Gortcormacan – remains closed.L-7761-2 – Knowhead Road/Calfwarn – remains closed.The Council is continuing to identify and cost design solutions to repair the extensive damage caused to the 1500km road network is Inishowen. To date in excess of 600 issues have been identified. Road users are being asked to continue to exercise extreme care when using these roads. Bridges damaged by floodsApproximately 115 bridges has suffered flood damage and up to a quarter of these may have to be replaced. Council staff are dealing with these bridges on a priority basis and temporary repairs are taking place to allow access. However, it may take 6 – 12 months to arrange permanent replacements. Swan ParkSwan Park remains closed to the public due to extensive damage caused by the recent floods. The park is unsafe and we are advising members of the public not to visit the park.Housing AssistanceThe Council’s Housing Service is continuing to provide support and assistance to those affected by the floods.59 families have now registered with Donegal County Council as being displaced and at this stage, solutions been found for 31 families. In many of these cases, this is an interim solution until such times as they are in a position to move back to their home. Some have already moved to their new accommodation, and in other cases arrangements are being finalised or the Council is awaiting responses to offers made. A number of cases do not require action at this time and the Council continues to work with all displaced households on a case by case basis to addressing their housing needs.Information LeafletAn information leaflet has been delivered to each home in Inishowen setting out information on supports and assistance available to those affected by flooding and will be of particular use to those who do not have access to the internet.Irish Red Cross Humanitarian Support SchemeApplications for financial assistance have been received by the Irish Red Cross are currently being processed. This scheme is available for small businesses and community, voluntary and sporting bodies who do not have insurance in place. Application forms are available athttps://www.redcross.ie/news-and– events/Donegal+humanitarian+flooding+assistance/.Clean Up AssistanceThe Council is also aware that other areas in the county including Raphoe, Rathmullan and Bundoran were affected by recent floods and any household, business, sports clubs or community organisation affected in these areas can also access supports and assistance.  Anyone who requires help with clean-ups or who need skips and/or dehumidifiers should contact Donegal County Council at 074 91 53900.Counselling ServiceExperiencing flooding in your home or business can be very distressing. If you are feeling emotionally overwhelmed at the moment, call the dedicated HSE Helpline for Flooding on 074 91 67558 from 9am to 5pm on 07491 67558 or call the Samaritans at 116 123.DonationsThe Irish Red Cross has agreed to receive donations to help assist those affected by the recent floods.  You can make a donation at www.redcross.ie/donate or by calling 1850 50 70 70Anyone affected by the recent floods can contact the Council by calling into our offices or by calling 074 91 53900 during opening hours or 074 91 72288 during out of hours.You can also keep up to date by following Donegal County Council on Facebook or on Twitter.Flood Recovery Updates: Illies / Glentogher to reopen was last modified: September 8th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)Tags:Inishowen Floodinglast_img read more

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Tribute to South African theatre great

first_img26 June 2015Barney Simon, the co-founder and artistic director of Johannesburg’s world- renowned Market Theatre, was one of South Africa’s most courageous and innovative playwrights and directors. Twenty years after his death in 1995, his work still speaks to live issues in contemporary South Africa, while reminding us of our brave and painful history.Armed with little more than the conviction that culture could change society, Simon’s work directly challenged the apartheid regime. Born in the RSA was developed collaboratively at the Market Theatre Company in response to the declaration of a state of emergency by then president PW Botha in July 1985, under which thousands were detained by the state security forces. Presenting a cross-section of true-to-life characters, the production told the truth about a country imprisoned by censorship.Thoko Ntshinga, who performed the role of Thenjiwe in the original production, directs this 2015 revival with an ensemble of artists (Faniswa Yisa, Roeline Daneel, Vakalisi ‘Dobs’ Madotyeni, Emily Child, Francis Chouler and Zanele Radu) who have become blue-bloods in the South African stage, television and film industry. And the current version was produced by Baxter Theatre Centre director and chief executive Lara Foot, who studied under Simon and founded the Barney Simon Young Directors and Writers Festivals.Simon was known for his method of creating original plays through a workshop process, which involved improvisation, collaborative writing and field research. He encouraged his actors to draw on direct life experience, sending them out into the streets to observe, explore and experience the textures of the lives they would then portray on the stage.Workshop creationFrom July to August 1985, Simon created and rehearsed Born in the RSA with Fiona Ramsay, Terry Norton, Vanessa Cooke, Neil McCarthy, Timmy Kwebulana, Thoko Ntshinga and Gcina Mhlope. Their improvisations were melded into a series of interconnecting monologues that escalated into a riveting drama.The production was first staged at the Market Theatre in November 1985, and went on to tour England and the US to great acclaim.“When an outsider thinks of South Africa, chances are that he does not think of VCRs, marijuana, discos, fast food, telephone answering machines, bowling clubs and ‘hot’ male bodies. It’s one of the many achievements of Born in the RSA that the audience learns just as much about such diurnal trivia as it does about detention, police brutality and the rest of apartheid’s arsenal of repression,” wrote Frank Rich in The New York Times.“In this work, politics is inseparable from the everyday life of a society. Born in the RSA is that rare political drama with the power to make participants out of history’s voyeurs.”Living newspaperWith all the actors on a neutral non-site-specific set throughout the play, it has been described as a kind of “living newspaper”. Monologues and stories are fused and interconnected, bringing to life a slice of everyday South Africa and its people at the height of apartheid.Reflecting on the curatorial thinking behind this timeous restaging, National Arts Festival artistic director Ismail Mahomed says: “Inspired by the 20th anniversary of the National Unity & Reconciliation Act of 1995 that led to the establishment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a small number of productions were selected to be curated under the theme of Personal and Social Reconciliation & Justice.”Other productions at this year’s National Arts Festival that also explore the hard- hitting curatorial theme are:The Imagined Land – written by Craig Higginson and directed by Malcolm Purkey, this play deals with issues of colonialism, writing and representation, as well as the nature of biography and truth;Three Blind Mice – created by the multi-award winning Fringe festivals team Rob van Vuuren, James Cairnes, Albert Pretorius and Tara Louise Nottcutt, this no-holds-barred expose of the South African legal and prison system draws on horrific and barely believable narratives around (skewed) justice that have recently dominated the media (Oscar Pretorius, Shrien Dewane, the Waterkloof Four, and Marikana);A Voice I Cannot Silence – drawing inspiration from Alan Paton’s stories, poems and autobiography, this work pays tribute to a man who was haunted by the injustices of South African society, and whose life and writing were dedicated to freedom, equality and the alleviation of human suffering; and,Moving Into Dance: Double Bill – Man-Longing is a provocative work that explores the sinister world of human trafficking, while Ngiswize sheds light on questions of community, power, individuality and masculinity in a globalised society.The Baxter Theatre Centre will stage five performances of Born in the RSA during the National Arts Festival, which runs in Grahamstown, in Eastern Cape, from 2 to 12 July.Source: National Arts Festivallast_img read more

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Bridging Online and Offline Marketing With StickerYou

first_img4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… In an age where digital advertising is becoming increasingly important, Toronto-based startup StickerYou aims to bridge on- and offline marketing with a new service that lets anyone turn their website into a “sticker selling machine.” StickerYou lets you upload your own artwork in order to make custom stickers. You can select the images, size, and the die-cut you want for your stickers. For fans of stickers, that’s an exciting enough proposition right there.The company has just released a beta version of its Sticker Maker, which allows you to market your stickers on its website or on your own site via a widget. As with the other sticker-making services the company provides, StickerYou handles all the printing and distribution. Users can also use this to generate revenue from their artwork or logos, earning royalties on the sales of stickers they help initiate. The startup has already landed a number of major licensing deals, including one with Sony Pictures for stickers coinciding with the recent release of the Green Hornet film. But according to Joseph Puopolo, StickerYou’s VP of Marketing, the service isn’t geared to just large businesses but to anyone with a brand, logo, artwork or website. “We wanted to make it easier for sites that have unique content to have their own Sticker Maker by using our automated integration process. This will enable any brand or site’s profile to sign up for free and quickly allow their fans to express themselves uniquely via stickers.” Tags:#biz#Reviews audrey watterscenter_img 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…last_img read more

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Ateneo rout a ‘wakeup call’ for UP early in UAAP Season 80

first_imgBrace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Tyler Tio makes up for lost time, debuts with a splash for Ateneo LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games “What happened to us was like a wakeup call. We need to recover quickly,” said Desiderio in Filipino after his team slipped to 1-1. “It was really a struggle, we were scouted very well and almost all of our plays were countered.”UP head coach Bo Perasol called it a “rude awakening” but it was also something that his Fighting Maroons were eager to move past.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We had to move on immediately,” said Perasol in Filipino. “There’s really nothing left to do, we lost badly but it happens. We move on to Sunday and hope that we have a better game.”Against the hot shooting Blue Eagles, the Maroons were dismal on the floor, going 25-of-67 from the field. They also got sorely outrebounded, 51-38. LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of the Philippines was on a high after a dramatic 74-73 opening win over University of Santo Tomas after wingman Paul Desiderio hit a dagger of a three-pointer on Sunday.Come Wednesday, the Fighting Maroons were sent crashing back to reality after Ateneo put on a display for the convincing 92-71 win as the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament continued.ADVERTISEMENT Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president MOST READ For Desiderio’s part, he finished with just nine points on 4-of-18 shooting after scoring 17 points against the Growling Tigers.“I think we were complacent and we weren’t focused because of that,” said Desiderio. “I wasn’t able to adjust, I was too focused on scoring.”UP has a chance to bounce back on Sunday against University of the East, which has yet to win in two matches so far.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Read Next View comments BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fightlast_img read more

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World Cup semifinal preview: Fans expect Brazil to overcome loss of Neymar

first_imgBrazil’s NeymarBrazil did it once without Pele, and just about everyone in the country is waiting and hoping to do it again without Neymar. The Brazilians advanced to the semifinals of the World Cup last week, but they lost their best player in doing so. Neymar, the national team’s star attraction with the same yellow No. 10 shirt that Pele made world famous, broke a vertebra after being kneed in the back and will miss the rest of the tournament. That means Brazil will have to do without Neymar’s quick moves and sharp shooting when the team plays Germany in the semifinals on Tuesday at Mineirao Stadium. And for the final, if they make it that far. “It will be difficult, but we can win it without Neymar,” said Matheus Christoff, a 22-year-old chemical engineering student from Belo Horizonte. “In 1962, we won without Pele, so we can win without Neymar.” Pele became a global star when he was only 17, scoring two goals in the 1958 final to give Brazil its first World Cup title. Four years later in Chile, he was injured in the opening round and was forced to sit and watch as his teammates won again. But win they did, with Garrincha stepping up to carry the load. Watch: Neymar speaks in tearful video for Brazil after back injury rules him out of World Cup  This time around, there is no obvious goal-scoring replacement for Neymar, who cuts his hair in a fauxhawk and has become the face of the World Cup, at least on billboards and in TV commercials all over Brazil.advertisement Or, instead of one person stepping up to provide the goals, maybe there is more than one. “They have another 22 players,” said Patricia Mendes, a 35-year-old consultant in Belo Horizonte. “If they wear the yellow jersey, they can score.” Neymar did most of the damage himself in the first round, scoring four goals in the opening three matches to put Brazil at the top of Group A. The two strikers playing alongside him, Fred and Hulk, have combined to score only one goal, while defender David Luiz has provided the offense by scoring two in the last two matches. A slumbering attack, now without its most important component, is going to make it hard against the Germans, who seem to have put their defense back together after a substandard performance in the second round. And the loss of Brazil captain Thiago Silva, who is suspended for the match after foolishly picking up a yellow card in the quarterfinal win over Colombia, is going to make things even tougher. “I really don’t think we can win without Neymar and Thiago Silva,” said 23-year-old Rafael Seixas, who works at his family’s convenience store in Belo Horizonte. “They are the best players in the team, and Germany is really good.” The thought of losing to Germany, however odious that may be for most Brazilians, is still better than considering one other possibility of this year’s World Cup – an ultimate victory for Argentina on Sunday at the Maracana Stadium. “That,” Seixas said, “would be the worst possible scenario for the World Cup in Brazil.”last_img read more

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It wasn’t a ‘star conversation’ with Sachin Tendulkar: David James

first_imgKerala Blasters have roped in Michael Chopra – ISL draft’s top pickAs Indian football languishing in the 150’s in FIFA rankings looks to attract the attention of the football world through the Indian Super League set to begin in October, the stakeholders continue to remain upbeat.India Today.in caught up with former English goal keeper David James(2010 World Cup, 53 caps) who will work as a player cum manager for Kochi Blasters in the ISL. Sachin Tendulkar is a co owner of the team. What was his first line to Sachin before they began talking football? “Sorry am not much of a cricket fan.” This and a lot more in this interview..Q. David, for someone who has played at the top level for so many years, why India?A. India for many reasons. I could have kept playing football in England. But India provides me an opportunity to be a manager which is something I want to do. To do it in a different country, culture and opportunity to play some small part in development of football in a nation that I think should have more world coverage and competition. 152 ranking is not enough for a country of size of 1.2 billion. Having said that this would not have been possible for me had I not met Sachin Tendulkar where he expressed his desire and dreams for Indian football. It was a easy yes when I realized we had the same goals.Q. How was your first interaction with Sachin. Did you rib him of the battering India has received to the English cricket team?advertisementA. I know I am not supposed to say that but I am not a cricket fan. I wasn’t lured in because of Sachin’s remarkably successful career but for me he was a part owner of Kerala Blasters who wanted to meet me to see if we could do something. Cricket was hardly a part of the conversation. I might have opened with the line sorry I am not a cricket fan. We talked about his desires for the club. I wasn’t there for a star conversation.Q. You have roped in Micheal Chopra. How does he fit into the scheme of things? You are very high on his role in the league?A. Micheal Chopra fits in because he is a quality player first. He’s scored against me in EPL. He was our no.1 choice. One can’t always plan for drafts but we got the players we wanted. The focus will understandably be on Chopra for his Indian roots. We would want young Indian fans to look at Chopra’s career and say I can better that. If given an opportunity the world could be their oyster.Q. Indian football once contemplated having Micheal Chopra for the national team which did not materialise. For a football nation like India, is that an option to play players of Indian origin in the national team to raise the standard?A. No I don’t think so. Playing players of Indian origin in national team can be a short term solution. I don’t think that’s the answer. I think the long term solution is to develop coaches than players. Have more academies. That way one can have a more stable foundation. In England we have population which is insufficiently covered by A licence coaches. In Germany, France, Spain, their coaching numbers are three times ours although their population size is not too far ahead of us. Not surprising these are the teams that do consistently do well in World Cup finals.Q. One of the criticisms of ISL is that most marquee players are over the hill. How do you respond to that?A. Age is how one looks at it. For me, I played in Iceland last year. So I am more than fit enough to play. Look the reality is this is the first time league is being tried. There will be lot of tentative people. The international transfer window is about to get over so there may have been a lot of people who waited for other options. I think important that league goes all the way through in first year. I will have teething problems as manager in the first year of course. But we are learning. The league needs to get established so lesser questions will be asked. I don’t question the calibre of players we have got but the format is so much different to world football so people can get scared. That’s why I spoke with Micheal Chopra before the draft even if we could not be sure we would get him, that we were on the same page.advertisementQ. Finally what are your expectations of the Indian Super League?A. ISL is a wonderful format. We will see if there can be more teams in future.  We want a competitive and entertaining league. I know Liverpool are very well supported here. ISL needs to send the message to youngsters that structure is good. World’s eyes will be watching ISL. I am happy on coming here I have spoken with academies and other groups who want to develop football. Sooner India become a world force the better.last_img read more

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Govt. open to possibility of bidding for 2032 Olympics: IOA

first_imgChennai, Jun 16 (PTI) The Indian Olympic Association President N Ramachandran today claimed that the government has agreed to consider the possibility of India bidding for the 2032 Olympics hosting rights. Speaking to reporters here after being elected as President of the Tamil Nadu Olympic Association (TNOA), he said, “the government in principle has agreed to look into the possibility of bidding for the Olympics in 2032. It is at a very preliminary stage. We need to get all the approvals.” Ramachandran said bidding for the mega-event would involve an elaborate process.”IOA has to make a proposal and give it to the government. That has to be agreed to by the government. Then the government has to give a sovereign guarantee. Not only from the incumbent government but also from the Leader of the Opposition,” he explained. “And, the Chief Minister of the State in which the chosen city is located apart from the leader of the opposition have to say yes,” he said. Ramachandran played down the cost factor in bidding for the Games, which are next scheduled in 2020 in the Japanese capital of Tokyo.”It (the process) will take at least anywhere between six to eight years. It can be done easily. If you look at todays cost, it roughly comes to about USD 12 million, out of which roughly 50 per cent you get by way of revenue and funding from the IOC. “The balance, for a country of Indias size, it is not great money. (Rough) six million over eight years, shouldnt be difficult,” he said.advertisementRamachandran also said there was no problem in his holding the post of IOA president while being the head of TN Olympic Association.”(The late) B Sivanthi Adityan was president of IOA and TNOA. There is no bar on that,” he said.The elections to the TNOA were held on May 27 but because of a High Court order, the results were withheld. The Returning Officer S Sambandham, District and Sessions Judge (retired) announced the results this afternoon after the petitioner, A K Chitrapandian, who had been sacked as TN Volleyball Association secretary, withdrew his case seeking to stay the elections.Ramachandran said the aim would be to work together and take sports forward in Tamil Nadu.”We have a huge task ahead of us, in the sense that we have to do more. It will be important to help various sports associations build infrastructure,” he said.The other office-bearers elected are: Vice-presidents: Ishari K Ganesh, S Vasudevan, Solai M Raja, M Ramasubramani, T R Narayanaswamy, D V Seetharama Rao; General Secretary: J M Fernando and Treasurer: K Rajendiran apart from two joint secretaries and nine executive committee members. PTI SS PM PMlast_img read more

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