Mourinho targets top four by January

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first_imgManchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes his side will be in contention for top four by the end of the year.Manchester United are in eighth place in the Premier League table and 12 points behind Champions Manchester City after losing 3-1 to their bitter rivals at the Etihad before the international break but Mourinho is convinced they will close the gap by January.“It is a big gap but I know that until the end of December we have eight Premier League matches to play,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.“If I’m not wrong I think there are eight.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“We are speaking about 24 points for us to fight for and the other teams that are in the top four. I believe we are going to be there”Manchester United host Crystal Palace on Saturday at Old Trafford and are hoping to start closing the seven-point gap behind between them and Tottenham who face a tough London derby at home against Chelsea.last_img read more

Senate Panel Urges Appropriators to Offer DOD Flexibility in Spending FY18 Funds

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first_imgThe seven members of the Senate Armed Services’ Readiness Subcommittee are asking Senate appropriators to provide defense officials more leeway in spending the department’s fiscal 2018 budget allocation, with the department likely to have less than six months to use the extra funds afforded by last month’s bipartisan budget agreement. The lawmakers propose waiving the one-year limitation on spending operation and maintenance funds and the “80/20 rule,” which restricts officials from obligating more than 20 percent of one-year appropriations during the last two months of the fiscal year, reports Defense News. “Either of these two exceptions will ensure that service secretaries will have the flexibility to obligate funds in an efficient manner to restore readiness and execute the National Security and Defense Strategy,” according to the readiness panel’s March 5 letter. The request echoes a similar proposal House appropriators are considering.Air Force photo by Sr. Airman Joshua Kleinholz Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

Infosys gains Wipro goes exbonus from Tuesday Biocon up on lower GST

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first_imgEmployees of Infosys Technologies Limited walk in the campus of the company’s headquarters in Bangalore on April 13, 2017.MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP/Getty ImagesUpdate at 3.17 PM: Wipro recovered from its lows to trade at Rs 525.75, down 2.05 percent while Infosys was trading 1.47 percent higher at Rs 962.60, while Biocon gained 1.26 percent to trade at Rs 1,033 after the GST Council reduced the tax rate on insulin from 12 percent to 5 percent.The BSE Sensex was down 166 points to 31,095, dragged by Tata Motors, L&T, Wipro and ICICI Bank. Wipro shares go ex-bonus from Tuesday (June 13) while the record date for the 1:1 bonus shares is June 14, 2017.Update at 10.50 AM: Wipro shares crashed almost 3 percent to hit an intraday low of Rs 521.40 in response to the company flagging off Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections as a factor affecting growth. Infosy was also down 0.81 percent to Rs 941.”On November 8, 2016, Donald J Trump was elected the next President of the United States. As a candidate, Trump expressed support for policies impacting existing trade agreements, like North America Free Trade Agreement. He also proposed trade agreements, thus, promoting greater restrictions on free trade generally and significant increases tariffs on goods imported into the United States,” Wipro said in a regulatory filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).”Social, political, regulatory and economic conditions or in laws and policies governing foreign trade, manufacturing, development and investment in the territories and countries where we currently operate could adversely affect our business,” the company added. Original story:Political uncertainty in Europe, especially in the UK after election results threw a hung parliament, led to weak opening on Asian stocks markets on Monday, impacting India. The BSE Sensex opened about 150 points lower to hit 31,106 but partially recovered later to trade at 31,140, down 122 points, at around 9.45 am. Top losers were Wipro (down 2.6 percent to Rs 522), TCS and Adani Ports while stocks bucking the trend included Sun Pharma, Maruti Suzuki India and GAIL (India).The bearish opening for Indian stock market was on predicted lines. “Indian markets are likely to open flat and may trade in positive zone tracking the SGX Nifty and Asian markets,” brokerage Angel Broking said in a note on Monday morning.The government will be releasing May retail inflation data and April factory output (IIP) after markets close for the day on Monday. Finance minister Arun Jaitley will be meeting chiefs of public sector banks to discuss a slew of developments and initiatives, including NPAs.Brokerage Nirmal Bang Institutional Equities has forecast retail (CPI) inflation to come at 2.3 percent, lower than the record low of 2.99 percent posted for April.”May 2017 Consumer Price Index or CPI inflation is likely to come in at 2.3 percent, lower than the 3 percent reading for the previous month,” Teresa John, economist at brokerage Nirmal Bang Institutional Equities, said in a note on Friday.”The decline in CPI inflation can be attributed to the fall in food inflation, particularly continuous disinflation in pulses, and soft vegetable prices combined with the base effect,” she added.GST updateAfter tweaking tax rates on 66 items such as cinema tickets, cashew, insulin, incense sticks and computer printers, at its meeting on Sunday, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council will be meeting on June 18 to review its preparedness for rolling out the GST rates from July 1 2017.Petrol, diesel prices for Monday, June 12(The daily price mechanism currently valid in five cities will be extended to the entire country from June 16). A car enters an Indian Oil fuel station in New Delhi, August 29, 2016.Reuters filelast_img read more

President in Astana to attend OIC summit

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first_imgPresident Abdul Hamid arrives in Astana on Saturday evening. Photo: BSSPresident Abdul Hamid arrived in Astana on Saturday evening to attend the First Summit of OIC on Science and Technology to be held in the capital of Kazakhstanon Sunday and Monday.The president arrived at Astana Nurshultan Nazarbayev International Airport at 8:25pm(local time) by a VVIP flight of Bangladesh Biman.Minister for justice of Kazakhstan Marat Beketayev, first deputy mayor of Astana Sergei Mikailovich and ambassador of Bangladesh to Uzbekistan Mosud Mannan received president Hamid at the airport.Hamid is leading a Bangladesh delegation to the OIC summit.The summit is expected to discuss and adopt the OIC Ten Year Action Plan on Science and Technology ‘OIC STI Agenda 2026’.President Hamid will make a statement at the summit calling for creating a new story of development for the wellbeing of the Muslim Ummah through active cooperation in science and technology.He will emphasise that the contributions of the member states individually, jointly or collectively to science and technology will enhance the image of Muslims, embolden their position in the world and give them due respect in global debate and discourse while improving the conditions of the Ummah.The president will also share the initiatives, programmes and success stories of Bangladesh government with the OIC member states in many areas of science and technology and give invaluable guidance to the OIC with his recommendations.During the visit, he is expected to have bilateral talks with his Kazakh counterpart and some of the counterparts from the participating member states.President Hamid is scheduled to return home on 12 September next.last_img read more

Miss Universe wants to set right example

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first_imgNewly crowned Miss Universe Paulina Vega feels she has set an example for young girls to become “intelligent” women “with a great heart”.The Colombian beauty left behind 87 contestants, including India’s Noyonita Lodh, to win the crown.The 22-yr-old opened up about winning the title in an interview with saying: “When we participate in a pageant, we are examples to young and teenage girls. It’s very delicate.“I want to demonstrate that it is not the most important thing to be beautiful and have a glamorous life. It’s about feeling beautiful. Become an intelligent, professional, hardworking woman with a great heart. That is the example I want to set,” she added.last_img

Dilip Ghosh courts controversy after saying Vidyasagar wrote Sahaj Path

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first_imgKolkata: The ignorance of BJP leaders about Bengal continues to come to the forefront as the party’s state president Dilip Ghosh said Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar had written Sahaj Path.BJP national president Amit Shah, while addressing an election rally some days ago, had said Rabindranath Tagore was born in Santiniketan. The latest statement of Ghosh has come as a shock to the people of Bengal. Sahaj Path was written by Tagore for children. Vidyasagar had written Barna Parichay to introduce Bengali alphabets to children. He wrote several books for children which include Kathamala, Botrish Singhasan, Betal Panchabingsati along with a Sanskrit grammar book called Byakaran Kaumodi. “This is the culture of BJP. They do not know Bengal and its rich heritage and speak without sense,” said Partha Chatterjee, Trinamool Congress secretary general. He further added: “The way BJP workers desecrated Vidyasagar’s bust may not have ashamed them, but it has made all of us bow our heads in shame. They will only destroy our history and culture.”last_img read more