Jamai Raja fancied for Royal Dad Trophy

first_img THE ONE TO BEAT Having scored a fast-time victory over 1500 metres on September 24, JAMAI RAJA is tipped to repeat when he takes on six opponents in the Royal Dad Trophy 3-y-o restricted stakes over 1820 metres at Caymanas Park today. Among his rivals are the consistent WILL IN CHARGE, who finished 3 1//2 lengths second behind a very fast 1:30.2, as well as MR DOITBETTA, who was third. AWESOME DESTINY, who has been disappointing in recent races, should welcome this milder pace and should get significantly closer from the handy mark of 52.0kg. JAMAI RAJA, however, won so impressively last time out that the free-running colt from the stables of Richard Azan ought to be followed from the convenient mark of 52.0kg and top apprentice Bebeto Harvey again in the saddle. He is definitely the speediest in the lineup and although his detractors will point to the fact that his two wins this season came on muddy surfaces, his close second to BIGDADDYKOOL in the Lotto Classic (Governor’s Cup) over 2000 metres back in May, makes him the one to beat. The Robert Pearson-trained WILL IN CHARGE was highly fancied to beat JAMAI RAJA in the mud and although looking likely to mount a challenge entering the straight, failed to find extra and ended up in second place. He should make it closer over the longer distance of today’s race and looks the obvious danger to JAMAI RAJA. Elsewhere on the 10-race programme, the knotty looking open allowance sprint promises keen competition among the nine starters, including the recent winners CHACE THE GREAT, CRUCIAL APPEAL and NUCLEAR AFFAIR, along with CAMPESINO, TRADITIONAL PRINCE and DREAMCOMETRUE. The Dwight Chen-trained 3-y-o colt, CHACE THE GREAT, impressed in winning his last three races and despite the presence of stable companion CRUCIAL APPEAL – who won recently – is light enough with 48.0kg to win again. I also like FREE RANGE in the fourth race, HE’S A MACHINE in the sixth and GLYDER in the 10th.last_img read more

Signed oil agreement makes Govt look ‘silly’ – Gaskin

first_imgBy Samuel SukhnandanAs part of the new agreement signed with U.S. oil giant ExxonMobil, the Natural Resources Minister will have to file the company’s tax returns with the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), something outspoken political analyst and economist Ramon Gaskin has described as “foolish!”According to Gaskin, this agreement which the Government signed on to makes the Government look silly in the eyes of many, and only puts the Minister (Raphael Trotman) in a bad situation, where he has now become the oil company’s “waterPolitical commentator and economist, Ramon Gaskinboy”, who has to provide a receipt of payment to the company at the end.“The tax return to the GRA must be filed by the Minister because he is the ‘water boy’ and ‘messenger boy.’ And he has to show a receipt from the Commissioner General that the taxes have been paid in full…he takes to Exxon and says, ‘boss, here is the receipt; I paid it’,” the political analyst said.The new contract states that ExxonMobil and its partners shall provide the Minister with its income tax returns, to be submitted by the Minister to the Commissioner General of the GRA, so the Minister can pay income tax on behalf of ExxonMobil and its partners, as provided for under Article 15.4.Another contention raised by Gaskin is that Government has not named the individuals who negotiated both the 1999 and 2016 oil contracts on behalf of the Government. While they have said that a team from the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission was responsible, no one has been named.But, more importantly, Gaskin, a trained lawyer, told Guyana Times on Sunday that both ExxonMobil and the Government are in breach of the laws governing this sector. He noted that the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act sets out theNatural Resources Minister Raphael Trotmanprovisions for companies operating in this sector.He has said that while it is noted that a prospecting licence for exploration in Guyana allows the oil company to get more than 60 blocks, in the case of ExxonMobil, that company has more than 600 blocks.“This is ten times the amount allowed by the laws of Guyana. ExxonMobil has 60,000 square kilometres of territory — 12 times the size of Trinidad and 40 times the size of Barbados,” Gaskin claimed.And he pointed out that while this same law stipulates that each company is allowed only 10 years maximum to explore for oil before they have to leave, Exxon has been here for close to 17 years now.Gaskin maintained that Exxon’s “prospecting licence was up since 2009, and according to the Petroleum Act, they should have left already. Both the old 1999 and new agreement signed with ExxonMobil violates the laws of Guyana in many areas, and that should be noted.” He contends.Having read the entire agreement, Gaskin says he is now of the opinion that Guyana received a bad deal, one even worse than some African countries, including Angola, had received.“When you read the agreement…Who is going to pay compensation for damage to the environment in cases of a spill?” he questioned.“There is nothing in the oil contract about insurance, expect that ExxonMobil is self-insured. “So if they destroy the (fishes, marine life) out there, you will have to go to him and make your claim (the same guy who just did it). However, in the African agreements, the oil company is required to hire an independent international company to do the assessment, and not to self-insure.“While it should be a legal requirement to provide a performance bond and guarantees, we allow them to provide themselves (Exxon), rather than from an independent financial institution or bank,” Gaskin pointed out.Another issue raised by Gaskin is the provision for site visits. “The Minister has to give a seven-day notice, and also pay for his own expense and transportation. We should have people out there on the rig every day, seeing what’s taking place to guarantee that what we are getting is fair.”The Commonwealth Secretariat has been advising the Ministry of Natural Resources since 2013 on the legislative and institutional reforms required to regulate Guyana’s emerging oil and gas industry.On Thursday, ExxonMobil announced it made a fifth new oil discovery after drilling the Turbot-1 well offshore Guyana. Turbot is ExxonMobil’s latest discovery to date in the country, adding to previous finds at Liza, Payara, Snoek and Liza Deep, a release from the company has said.last_img read more

Pochettino gives backing to under-fire Lloris

first_imgIt is not the first time this term the Tottenham captain has made a mistake that ended up haunting his team.But Spurs boss Pochettino has always backed the France World Cup winner, even in the wake of a drink-driving charge earlier in the campaign.Pochettino confirmed Lloris would be in goal for Tottenham’s first game in their new stadium against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.“He is my captain. He’s one of the best keepers in the world. There’s no doubt,” Pochettino said.“There’s no doubt that Hugo is one of the best and he’s going to be in the goal.“It’s a situation that is so painful because I think we deserved more (at Liverpool), but in that kind of situation, which happens in football, it’s only to be strong and back our player.“I think Hugo is going to be, like always, great for us. He was great for us.“He was so important in all that process in five years, and for sure he’s going to be one of the most important players for the future of the club too.”Tottenham’s return home to their 62,062-seater stadium could not have come at a better time as they look for a morale boost after a wretched run.They have taken just one point from their past five Premier League games, which has seen them not only drop out of the title race but also put their top-four place in serious peril.There were signs of promise in the cruel loss to Liverpool and Pochettino is sure that their new home will be graced by Champions League football next term.– Top-four fight –“Of course, the best stadium in the world must have the Champions League,” he said.“It would be a shame to not be in the next Champions League.“But we are going to fight. We are in the top four, disappointed with the last result but of course it’s not the same.“Against Liverpool we deserved more, played really well second half, the feeling was so good. Playing like this I have no doubts we are going to be in the top four and playing in the Champions League next season.“It’s in our hands. It’s a mini-league and playing five games in our new stadium will be a big boost for our players and fans. It’s up to us to achieve that.”Tottenham, who have been playing at Wembley for the past two years, have had a painstaking wait following frustrating delays to the stadium’s opening this season, which have postponed their moving-in date from August 2018.But Pochettino is ready for a special day in the club’s history.“It’s going to be very special, at last the new stadium is a reality,” he said. “Now it’s so close, just over 24 hours until we play in our new home.“It’s an exciting moment in the history of the club. Everyone will realise the magnitude of the project.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo LlorisLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 2 – Mauricio Pochettino said on Tuesday that Hugo Lloris will remain in goal for Tottenham despite a series of costly errors this season.Lloris has endured fresh criticism after his fumble led to Toby Alderweireld’s decisive own goal in the final minutes of Tottenham’s 2-1 defeat at Liverpool on Sunday.last_img read more


first_imgResult of Under 16b final.Scoil Mhuire Buncrana 4-14 – Magh Ene Bundoran 0-10.Congratulations to Scoil Mhuire. Hard luck to Magh Ene. Only 2 points between teams at half time.  GAA: U-16 B FINAL – SCOIL MHUIRE BUNCRANA 4-14, MAGH ENE BUNDORAN 0-10 was last modified: May 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:GAA: U-16 B FINAL – SCOIL MHUIRE BUNCRANA 4-14MAGH ENE BUNDORAN 0-10last_img read more

Speedy passage from Gaza

first_imgRAFAH TERMINAL, Gaza Strip – It was a smooth debut Saturday for the first Palestinian-run border. Hundreds of travelers zipped through passport control without having to submit to Israeli security checks, savoring their new freedom after 38 years of military occupation. The West Bank also witnessed a milestone: Corruption-tainted veterans of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’ ruling Fatah movement were swept aside by younger activists in Fatah’s first primary, signaling a change of generations and the rise of jailed uprising leader Marwan Barghouti. The opening of Gaza’s gate to the world and the revamping of the movement that was founded by Yasser Arafat could boost Abbas’ chances of beating back a challenge by the Islamic militant group Hamas in Jan. 25 parliament elections. At noon Saturday, the Rafah terminal on the Gaza-Egypt border opened for the first time since Israel’s pullout from the coastal strip in the summer. Under a U.S.-brokered deal, the Palestinians are in charge, with backup from European monitors. Israel watches over closed-circuit TV, but cannot veto travelers. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Jihad Zanoun, 30, a government employee, was the first to cross. “It is the beginning of a new era that will open a new horizon for me,” said Zanoun, who was visiting relatives in Egypt. The border was open for just four hours Saturday – a day after Palestinians took control with an inauguration ceremony – to give European monitors more time to settle in, but it will eventually operate around the clock. European officials said 1,587 people crossed on the first day. “We are extremely happy,” said Cristina Gallach, spokeswoman for European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana. “It has gone very smoothly.” For fenced-in Gazans, the opening of the border between Gaza and Egypt marked the most dramatic improvement in their lives since Israel withdrew from the coastal strip in September. Before the pullout, Israeli security checks at Rafah – meant to stop militants and weapons smuggling – often caused delays of hours or days. During the last five years of fighting, Israel also imposed travel restrictions on Gazans between the ages of 18 and 45, and most couldn’t leave. Starting in mid-December, Palestinians also will be able to travel between the West Bank and Gaza for the first time in five years, at first in Israeli-escorted bus convoys. Construction is to begin on a Gaza seaport, and the United States has urged Israel to reach quick agreement with the Palestinians on reopening Gaza’s international airport. These changes could translate into growing support for Abbas ahead of the parliament election. Hamas has belittled Abbas’ nonviolent approach as ineffective and has boasted it drove Israel out of Gaza by force. A new Fatah slate for parliament also could help keep Hamas at bay. In local elections in the past year, the Islamic militants had waged a successful clean-government campaign, and many Palestinian voters say they back Hamas because of exasperation over Fatah corruption, not because they support the group’s violent ideology. Fatah’s “young guard,” led by Barghouti, swept primaries for the parliament list held in parts of the West Bank, preliminary results indicated Saturday. In Ramallah, Barghouti won 34,000 out of 40,000 votes, affirming his status as the most popular Fatah politician and possible Abbas successor. Barghouti, 46, is serving five life terms in an Israeli prison for his involvement in shooting attacks that killed five Israelis. The younger activists had long pushed for a greater say, especially after last year’s death of Arafat, who founded Fatah and controlled it for four decades. Abbas agreed to hold internal elections for the list of parliament candidates and, under pressure from the young guard, blocked demands by Fatah old-timers to be assigned secure spots on the slate. “The old guard has failed politically and administratively, and in running their organization in a democratic way,” said Palestinian analyst Hani al-Masri. “It’s time to go home.” Israel, meanwhile, said it would not release Barghouti, who supports peace negotiations but also justifies the use of deadly force to drive Israel out of the West Bank. “Marwan Barghouti has blood on his hands,” said Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom. “Marwan Barghouti will sit in jail until the end of his days.” Barghouti’s wife, Fadwa, said her husband’s strong showing is a message to Israel that “Marwan is not a terrorist, he is a leader of his people and his people will not abandon him.” On Friday, primaries were held in five of the largest West Bank districts – Ramallah, Nablus, Bethlehem, Jenin and Tubas. In coming days, primaries were expected in several more districts in the West Bank and Gaza. The new parliament will have 132 seats, up from 88 in the current legislature. Some 463,000 Palestinians registered for the Fatah primary. In all, 463 candidates competed in the West Bank and 311 in Gaza to get on the Fatah parliament list. Abbas will put together the final list from a pool of the top vote-getters. However, he’ll consider twice as many people as districts have seats, allowing him to choose from a larger group and giving him considerable say. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Glenn Harsh, June 25

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are Y-DROPping our second pass of nitrogen on the corn and we are moving along in between rainstorms. Luckily a couple of farms up north didn’t get quite as much rain, but at the home farm we got 3.5 inches over 3 days and then we got another tenth after that. It depends where you are as to how wet it is.We have a moderately high clearance rig but in some spots this corn is 6.5 or 7 feet tall and it is definitely pushing us. I was able to get out yesterday and go through a couple of those fields pushing the height for our rig.We are still tissue sampling and that looks pretty good. There are no major deficiencies. In some fields hit by those big rains w are seeing a little N loss in those fields and sulfur sometimes goes with that.There are going to be some holes in some soybeans from this last set of rains. I am seeing that around the neighborhood too. It depends on which rain cell you got under. You have to really watch your fields.It is definitely getting on the late side to replant some of those areas, but if you can get 30 bushels to the acre instead of zero there is some value there. It really depends on those rains this week and whether you are able to get into those spots. If we go another week, the chances are better for 20 bushels instead of 30 and you have to think about those green spots you’ll have to combine around next fall. Next week is a tougher replanting decision.You can go around and see those fields that were maybe worked one time and find that density layer with a soil probe. On these no-till fields with cover crops you don’t find that layer and that definitely helps with water infiltration and with more organic matter it can hold more water too.Our corn looks pretty good and the weed control is good. With soybeans there are a lot of fields that still need that post-emergent pass. Because of the rain and some wind people haven’t been able to get back out in the fields. There are still a lot of fields with foxtail or some of the pigweed species. It is time to get back into some of those bean fields.last_img read more

Luke Bryan to perform on an Ohio farm

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Country music superstar Luke Bryan will be performing on an Ohio farm later this month. The first stop on Bryan’s 2018 Farm Tour is Sept. 27 and will draw around 20,000 people to the Ayars Family Farm near Mechanicsburg in Champaign County.John, Bonnie, Lucas, and Eli Ayars milk 150 Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows and raise corn, soybeans and hay on 1,000 acres. Staring in 2010, the Ayars began using their milk to make homemade ice cream right on the farm. Ayars Family Ice Cream is available in over 30 stores. The family plans on serving up plenty of ice cream and is excited to host the concert.“This Luke Bryan concert is not something that happens every day,” Bonnie said. “We hope to turn it into something truly meaningful and we also want share it with our community.”On the tour, Bryan is celebrating a decade of saluting the American farmer as he takes his tenth annual Farm Tour 2018 to six cities this fall setting up stages in the fields of local farms from Ohio to Florida. Joining Bryan on the tour as guests this year are Chase Rice, Jon Langston, the Peach Pickers, and DJ Rock.Over 100,000 fans have attended the tour each year since its inception in 2009. In addition to the on-farm performances, Bryan will continue giving back to the farmers by awarding college scholarships to students from farming families who are attending the local college or university near the tour stops. To date, more than 50 scholarships have been granted.Tickets for the “Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2018” are on sale now at www.lukebryan.com/FarmTour.last_img read more

Martian canyons may have been carved by wind

first_imgAncient canyons scar the surface of Mars, a relic from a time billions of years ago when rivers flowed on its surface. But water may not be the only factor that shaped these canyons—the wind whipping through them could be just as important, according to a new study of river canyons on Earth. Scientists studying chasms in the Andes mountains in northeast Chile have found that wind carves some canyons 10 times faster than water. The discovery may be significant for understanding how much water flowed on the surface of ancient Mars.“The rates at which valleys and canyons can be abraded by the wind has not been well understood, and I think that is where this paper makes a great contribution,” says planetary geologist Nathan Bridges of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland.Even on Earth, it is usually difficult to disentangle the wind’s effect on a canyon from that of water. But geologist Jonathan Perkins of the University of California, Santa Cruz, and colleagues found a perfect “natural experiment” to tease out each force’s role: 36 canyons in northeast Chile, clustered into two groups. 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The windy canyons formed long gouges in the earth reminiscent of cat scratches, whereas the calmer canyons were stubby and shaped like amphitheaters. Apparently,­ abrasion caused by windblown sand had lengthened the canyons and polished out the kinks in their slopes.The canyons lie at the edge of the Atacama Desert, where the extremely dry, windy climate provides optimal conditions for the formation of wind-scoured canyons. Sandblasting wind gusts could shape canyons on the similarly parched surface of Mars as well, the researchers point out. Martian winds have shifted sand dunes and scoured bedrock, but when it comes to Mars’s canyons, scientists have usually assumed that water was the dominant shaping force. The new study indicates this might not be the case.On Mars, “it’s been dry for so long that the channels might have been modified by quite a lot” by wind, says geomorphologist Ken Ferrier of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, who was not involved with the study. But if scientists have been discounting this effect, “our attempts to estimate how much water used to be flowing on Mars … might be pretty strongly biased,” he says. If wind has expanded the canyons of Mars, scientists might overestimate how much water once flowed there if they neglect the effect of wind.Of course, Mars differs from Earth in its atmosphere, gravity, and type of rock, among other things, so more work is necessary to fully understand how those conditions might alter the wind’s ability to modify a canyon on that planet. “I don’t think it answers all the questions,” Bridges says, but the study still “provides us some good food for thought for trying to understand Mars.”last_img read more

PBA: TNT comes out firing in opener, crushes Blackwater

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MANILA, Philippines–TNT came out of the gates hard Wednesday night and destroyed Blackwater, 135-107, as the KaTropa opened their PBA Governors’ Cup bid on a convincing note at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:19Magalong: Albayalde also got SUV out of ‘agaw bato’ operation in 201301:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics The KaTropa were in their elements—thanks to a stint in the Terrific 12 in Macau—and played at a level the Elite couldn’t come close to matching as TNT primed itself up for a tougher game the next time up against Rain or Shine Saturday.KJ McDaniels scored 41 points and led four others who finished in twin digits for the KaTropa, the runners-up to powerhouse San Miguel Beer in the Commissioner’s Cup.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSBecoming his own manSPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40McDaniels also had 21 rebounds and seven assists, and his nine turnovers didn’t really matter as the KaTropa played with control all night.Rookie Ray Parks led the Elite with 39 points. This jewelry designer is also an architect Becoming his own man MOST READ P11-B loan for SEA Games hosting not an issue — Cayetano Canadian vaping study details danger from ‘popcorn lung’ chemical DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyers Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. UAAP: Juan Gomez De Liaño bails out UP with clutch steal, triple vs La Salle Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? View commentslast_img read more