New Delhi: After making India proud with one gold and two silver on the second day of the 2018 Asian Games, shooters, wrestlers, gymnast and archers now moved forward to better the medal tally on the day 3 of the sporting event. The third day will witness events of swimming, archery, basketball among others. Indian men and women Kabaddi teams will continue their respective group matches while the Indian hockey women team is set to take on Kazakstan in Group B match on Tuesday.Read | Asian Games 2018, Day 3: India’s complete Schedule, Timings, Live Coverage, and moreOn Monday, India witnessed a nail-biting second day of Asian games 2018 as wrestler Vinesh Phogat became the first Indian woman to bag an Asian Games gold. The 23-year-old thrashed her Japanese opponent Yuki Irie to add the prestigious medal to her kitty. Indian shooter Lakshay Sheoran won silver medal by finishing second in the men’s trap final. Manavjit Singh Sandhu, on the other hand, finished fifth in the same. With this, India rose to the seventh spot in the Asian Games medal tally and bagged 2 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze so far.Also, Day 3 has a slew of exciting matches lined up and the fans are definitely in for a treat as Indian athletes eye for more medals in Asia’s Asian sporting extravaganza.Here are the updates on Asian Games 2018, Day 3:# 03:19 PM: Sepak Takraw: Another Bronze! India win first ever medal in Sepak Takraw. They lost its semi-final tie against Thailand.# 01:32 PM: Tennis – India’s Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan enters the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles event. # 01:10 PM: Tennis- India’s Sumit Nagal and Ramkumar Ramanathan enters the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles event.# 01:05 PM: #MEDAL TALLY – India-8 (3 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze) # 12:53 PM: Shooting – India’s Sanjeev Rajput wins Silver medal in Men’s 50m air rifle, secures the third position. # 07:42 AM: Gymnast Dipa Karmakar, Indian archers, and shooters set to begin their campaign on the third day of Asian Games 2018.Read | Asian Games 2018: India’s gold and silver tally | Know all about it # 11:34 AM: Kabaddi: India women’s kabaddi team thrash Indonesia by 54-22.# 11:15 AM: Tennis – India’s Ankita Raina enters the quarter-finals of the women’s singles event.# 11:00 AM: #MEDAL TALLY – India-7 (3 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze) # 10:43 AM: Shooting: Abhishek Verma wins BRONZE in men’s 10m air pistol. # 11:40 AM: Former Asian Games champion Vijender Singh wishes Saurabh and Abhishek for their performance at Asian Games 2018. # 11:47 AM: “Phenomenal feeling to see all the hard work, sweat, and long hours spent on the mat paying off! Nothing can match the feeling of winning a Gold for #India and all the wonderful people of our country whose blessings and wishes give me strength 🇮🇳💪🙏,” tweets Vinesh Phogat. # 11:35 AM: Rajyavardhan Rathore congratulates shooters Saurabh Chaudhary and Abhishek Verma for their mind-boggling performance at Asian Games 2018. # 10:42 AM: Shooting – Sixteen-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary clinches Gold in men’s 10m air pistol.# 09:15 AM: Shooting – Sanjeev Rajput qualifies for the finals of 50m Rifle 3.# 09:14 AM: Shooting – Saurabh Chaudhary and Abhishek Verma qualify for 10m Air Pistol Finals.# 08:18 AM: Kabaddi – INDIA 38-12 SRI LANKA.# 08:04 AM: Swimming – India’s Virdhawal Khade qualifies to the finals of men’s 50m freestyle category.# 07:54 AM: Rowing- Indian rower Dattu Bhokanal qualifies for final of the Men’s single sculls as he finishes on top in the repechage. For all the Latest Sports News News, Asian Games News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. # 12:35 PM: Wrestling – India’s Gyanender outmuscles Thailand’s Wiratul Piyabut 10-2 in men’s Greco-Roman 60kg event.# 12:04 PM: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has announced Rs 50 lakh award for Meerut’s Saurabh Chaudhary who won a gold medal in 10m air pistol event.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at USC opened its doors Wednesday to post-9/11 veterans and their families seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions. The clinic arose from a $15.7 million donation by Steven A. Cohen, CEO of Point72 Asset Management, through his foundation, the Cohen Veterans Network. This family clinic, located on Flower Street, is a collaboration between Cohen’s foundation, the USC School of Social Work, and the Keck School of Medicine of USC.Out of the 2.6 million post-9/11 veterans, 40 percent do not access the healthcare available to them, and 20 percent experience post-traumatic stress, according to Veterans and PTSD. It’s the hope of the clinic, Arnett said, to reverse that trend by using innovative technology, social support and community interaction to help both veterans and their families continue on with their lives. One of the goals of the clinic, according to director Kathryn Arnett, is to go above and beyond therapy sessions and provide veterans with the tools they need to transition into civilian life. “The kind of services veterans seek are not just a 15-minute behavioral health session,” Arnett said. “They’re looking for things like housing and social support and resources and how to access those resources.” The Cohen Military Clinic integrates family care with veteran care because children, partners and close friends are also negatively impacted by a service member’s post-traumatic stress. “What makes us different is that we provide care for families of service members,” Arnett said. For many veterans, getting to a clinic isn’t feasible because of distance or disability, so the Cohen Military Clinic plans to create satellite clinics in order to provide veterans with the care they need without having to leave their homes. One of Arnett’s goals for the future of the clinic is to bring holistic care to veterans throughout California, not just those around the USC location.“The most important goal is that we meet veterans where they are,” Arnett said. “Our outreach team is already out in the community working with veterans side by side, letting them know what our services are and how we can help.”Arnett said that a highlight of the Cohen Military Clinic is its care for veterans who are not covered by the U.S. Veterans Association, including those who served in the National Guard or Reserves. “We work with veterans that have an other than honorable discharge,” Arnett said. “We also have a very robust tele-mental health program.”In addition to hosting the Cohen Military Clinic, the School of Social Work has trained 1,300 students in military social work, and the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families is providing the community with evidence-based care. The $15.7 million donation by the Cohen Foundation is part of a larger donation of $275 million to create the Cohen Veterans Network, launched in April 2016, that will provide care to veterans across the country at 25 clinics. USC is the third clinic to open. There are four other clinics open in Texas and Pennsylvania.
– ‘We must fight’ –In Buenos Aires, Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli admitted his team had blown a golden opportunity to force themselves into the automatic qualifying places following Chile’s defeat earlier in the day.Sampaoli blamed poor first-half finishing for his side’s failure to take all three points against the Venezuelans.“We have two games left against Peru and Ecuador and we need to win both of them,” Sampaoli said. “We had three chances to score in the first half and everything could have been settled.”“We must continue to fight in attack and give strength to the players.”Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi echoed Sampaoli’s sentiments after watching his side slide to a dispiriting loss in La Paz. “We will fight, we will make the greatest effort possible, we believe that we have the ability to compete with the best and we will try to obtain the results that allow us to qualify,” said Pizzi.Although Chile have a difficult run-in against Ecuador and Brazil, Pizzi said his side had not lost hope.“There are two matches left, I’m going to fight and my players are going to fight, with all the force we have,” Pizzi said. Share on: WhatsApp Messi in action on Tuesday.Montevideo, Uruguay | AFP | Argentina and Chile’s World Cup qualification hopes were left on a knife edge Tuesday after the South American heavyweights slipped up once again on the road to next year’s finals in Russia.Argentina needed a second-half own goal to help them snatch a 1-1 draw against already-eliminated Venezuela in Buenos Aires while Chile crashed to a 1-0 defeat against Bolivia in La Paz.The results left 2014 World Cup finalists Argentina and reigning Copa America champions Chile outside of the automatic qualifying places and sets up a nail-biting final two rounds of matches next month.Argentina are fifth in the standings with 24 points from 16 games while Chile are sixth with 23 points.The Argentinians — who would face a playoff against New Zealand if they remain fifth — host fourth-placed Peru next month in Buenos Aires before an awkward final game at altitude against Ecuador.Chile meanwhile will face Ecuador in Santiago on October 5, before heading to Brazil for their final qualifier five days later.At the top of the table, Brazil have already qualified and assured themselves of first place. The Brazilians picked up another point on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw against third-placed Colombia in Barranquilla.A spectacular volleyed goal from Willian gave the Brazilians the lead on the stroke of half-time before Colombia clawed back a share of the points with a battling second-half display capped by a headed equaliser from Radamel Falcao. – Uruguay on brink –Uruguay meanwhile moved to the brink of qualification with a typically combative 2-1 win over Paraguay in Asuncion.Paraguay, riding high after a brilliant 3-0 win over Chile in Santiago last month, were left stunned by two opportunistic Uruguay goals.Federico Valverde fired Uruguay into the lead with a deflected shot on 76 minutes before Luis Suarez then broke clear to set up the visitors second.The Barcelona superstar rounded goalkeeper Anthony Silva and then saw his shot hit the woodwork only to rebound into the net off Gustavo Gomez.Angel Romero pulled a goal back for Paraguay but hopes of a dramatic late fightback came to nothing.The result leaves Uruguay second in the standings with 27 points from 16 games. A win in Venezuela in their next game would see them through to the finals.Seventh-placed Paraguay still have an outside chance of qualification but will probably need to beat Colombia in their next game before wrapping up their campaign against Venezuela.
Facebook37Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Unitarian Universalist CongregationAfter an intensive, year-long search The Rev. Thomas Perchlik was enthusiastically called to lead the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation (OUUC). The Rev. Perchlik comes to Olympia from First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, Missouri, where he was minister since August 2011. He will lead his first congregational service on August 14.“We are excited to welcome The Rev. Perchlik,” said Melanie Ransom, a member of the seven-person search committee. “He brings his passion for social justice as well as experience in guiding a congregation like ours that is rapidly growing and committed to making a difference in the Olympia community.”Rev. Thomas PerchlikDuring his years of ministry, The Rev. Perchlik has been active and involved in social justice issues, often taking a leadership role in ecumenical activities to address issues of importance in the local community as well as state and national arenas. He was drawn to the OUUC, in part, because of its focus around social justice issues, and particularly its accomplishments around ending homelessness. The OUUC played a key role in the development of Quixote Village, a 2.17-acre, $3.05 million real estate development housing previously homeless adults in Olympia. It was featured in a New York Times article as a template for homeless housing projects across the country. The OUUC also supports Out of The Woods Family Shelter, which is located on OUUC property.“I love working in the larger community,” Perchlik says. “It is an important part of my ministry to my church. I have come to see the unique gifts we Unitarian Universalists have to add to the larger liberal religious cry for justice.” “My idea of the best church would be one whose members seek a robust understanding of our religious identity, and one that includes the global range of Unitarian Universalist history,” said Perchlik. “I desire a congregation that actively supports ministerial excellence.”On August 7 at 12:30 pm, the Reverend Thomas Perchlik will dedicate the Black Lives Matter banner on the congregation’s building. Reverend Perchlik brings his experience with Black Lives Matter from his work in St. Louis and Ferguson. The banner is a visible statement of OUUC’s commitment to address racism, implicit bias, and inequality, and a call to all people to join the movement toward a just world community. It is also a response to the national Unitarian Universalist Association’s call for its member congregations to support the Black Lives Matter movement and black-led justice organizations working for racial justice. OUUC offers forums and workshops to develop deeper understanding of the interconnected nature of racism with all systems of bias. The public is invited to join these conversations about ways to build a community that is equitable for all. For more information, contact [email protected] About the Olympia Unitarian Universalist CongregationIn 1952, a small band of like-minded folk founded the Unitarian Fellowship of Olympia, which went on to become the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Unitarian Universalists believe that each person is free to search for his or her own personal truth on issues, such as the existence, nature, and meaning of life, deities, creation, and afterlife. UUs can come from any religious background, and hold beliefs and adhere to morals from a variety of cultures or religions. The OUUC recognizes that being located in the state capital gives us special opportunities and responsibilities. In fulfilling our mission, we proclaim Unitarian Universalist values and advocate legislation that upholds them. OUUC Mission Statement: We are a liberal religious community that opens minds, fills hearts, and transforms lives.
Fresh off a successful performance in the Heritage City, the Nelson Senior Leafs took the show on the road to capture the Castlegar Novice tournament Sunday in the Sunflower City.The Senior Leafs won all three games by a combined 25-4 scored.Nelson opened the tournament by stopping Greater Trail Snipers 12-0 on goals by Max Jean, Cash Linnen, Griffen Wanhella, Miller Tedesco, two from Larson Proctor and a hatrick from both Jack Boyes and Wyatt Groenhuysen. Shea Anderson registered the shutout.Nelson kept on rolling, blasting Cranbrook Key City Drywall 8-2 Saturday.Jack Boyes had another hat trick with singles going to Kale Gehrmann, Cohen Wolbaum, Sawan Bhabra and Larson Proctor.Goalie Shea Anderson stopped a lot of great shots and pretty much stood on his head.Sunday Nelson completed the sweep edging Creston Valley Chiefs 5-2.Wyatt and Grady Groenhuysen scored along with Miller Tedesco.
McHugh celebrates his goalDonegal native Carl McHugh helped Bradford take a step closer to Wembley glory in the League Cup when his team overcame Aston Villa 3-1 in the first leg of their semi-final clash.McHugh even chipped in with the third goal in Roy of the Rovers stuff for Bradford.Another Donegal man who wasn’t smiling was Lifford man Shay Given who was in goals for Villa. The money must be on Bradford who take the 3-1 advantage into the second leg.Bradford Manager Phil Parkinson said: “We’re absolutely delighted with the way we played, obviously, because from the first minute to the last the lads were tremendous.“But equally we know we’re only halfway there, we’ve got a very difficult job in a fortnight’s time.”“Against Arsenal it was a great night for us but I think the all-round performance tonight was better,” he said. “Villa played a very attacking team and we had to defend well, and equally they left a lot of space on the pitch for us to play. “Our quality players had to stay composed on the ball and they certainly did that.” MCHUGH GETS STEP CLOSER TO WEMBLEY AT GIVEN’S EXPENSE was last modified: January 9th, 2013 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) Tags:Aston VillaBradfordCarl McHughShay Given
1 February 2011The World Health Organisation’s (WHO’s) South-East Asia regional office has teamed up with popular mobile social networks MXit and JamiiX – both developed in South Africa – to bring emergency preparedness information to chat users in disaster-prone Indonesia.This new approach is part of WHO’s wider effort to strengthen disaster preparedness in the region and build public awareness of the urgent need for safe hospitals in disaster zones.“The WHO campaign illustrates the value and power of social networking in assisting communities that need help most,” Mxit founder and CEO Herman Heunis said in a statement last week.“As climate change and severe weather variations take a hold of many locations around the world, it makes sense to develop ways for communities and countries to receive life-saving information and assistance in a reliable and affordable way.“We commend WHO for initiating this important project.”Leveraging new technologyIndonesians using MXit chat will be able to access personal preparedness information, including what to do in the case of natural disasters like floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and cyclones, how to prepare an emergency kit, and how to plan for possible evacuation.This information is teamed up with facts on safe hospitals in disaster zones and ways, as an individual, to support WHO’s drive for safe health facilities.“We are leveraging new communication technology in order to ease the availability, accessibility, and effectiveness of health information and services,” said Dr Roderico Ofrin, regional adviser for WHO’s emergency and humanitarian action. “Through this campaign we will continue to explore innovative means of bringing critical information in times of emergencies.”Power of social mediaOver the last decade, more than half-a-million people in South-East Asia have died in devastating floods, cyclones, earthquakes and tsunamis. People living in the region can support the campaign by adding their voice and signing up on MXit to assist WHO to reach its one-million supporter target.“Being able to access life-saving information at your fingertips is an empowering initiative by WHO, and we are excited to be part of this campaign, which displays the power of social media,” said Marlon Parker, CEO of JamiiX and founder of RLabs.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… With the end of the month approaching, deadlines for several grants and incubators are just around the corner.Not sure you can make the deadline to have a proposal ready for Wednesday? Well, here are a few new funding and incubator opportunities you should know about too:Compute.orgCompute.org, a Seattle-based non-profit, announced on Friday that it would be awarding major seed grants to a variety of Internet and software startups. Grants will be range from from $10,000 to $50,000 and according to founder Andre Conru, “Compute.org is far more interested in startups that are able to provide a social and environmental impact.” The foundation has a goal for raising $5 million in financial support by the end of the year and hopes to seed between 50-100 startups.New Hampshire Innovation Commercialization Center The New Hampshire Innovation Commercialization Center (NH-ICC) is a new startup accelerator in the state, launched in partnership by the University of New Hampshire and a team of state tech entrepreneurs. The nonprofit center will provide some startup capital as well as business and legal expertise and is focused on software, networking, Internet, telecommunications and related areas. The NH-ICC hopes to “attract entrepreneurs from throughout New England to build their startup business in New Hampshire,” says Mark Gavin, NH-ICC managing director.And your June 30 deadlines:Creative Commons Catalyst Grants Creative Commons is accepting applications for their Catalyst Grants through the end of the month. These grants are meant to seed activities that support the Creative Commons mission. Applications due June 30.Startupbootcamp Copenhagen-based Startupbootcamp, member of TechStars global affiliate program, is accepting applications for its three-month incubator program. Companies accepted into the program receive DKK 25,000, office space in the incubator, and access to a network of over 50 mentors. Applications due June 30.Mini Seedcamp LondonMini Seedcamp London is a one day event in London – July 27. This will be the last opportunity to apply for Mini Seedcamp, prior to Seedcamp Week 2010 in this fall. Applications due June 30The ReadWriteStart Calendar tracks both startup-oriented events as well as application deadlines (for competitions, grants, and incubators, for example). If you’d like to add something to the calendar, leave a comment here or email us. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Tags:#events#start audrey watters
Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now When one designs a sales process, it is normally presented on a slide, beginning on the left side with a box, normally titled “target.” It ends on the right side of that same slide with the box titled “won/lost.” It is shown to be a linear process.We generally follow the same format when we present the buyer’s journey, another orienting generalization with real value, even if it is not as straightforward for B2B as it is for B2C. That process is also shown as something linear, with a straight path that is predictable and easy to follow.Some sales organizations have decided to pay less attention to their sales process, preferring instead to believe their role is to facilitate the buyer’s journey. Others are slavishly devoted to their sales process without much regard for where the buyer is in their process, driving hard to move through their sales process, buyer be damned. Still others work diligently to line up these two processes. That, however, is not easily done.Not a Journey, but JourneysWhen you look at the major, disruptive trends in complex B2B sales over the last couple decades, none of them might be as important or as difficult for sales organizations as the number of stakeholders involved in a single opportunity. Not only do more stakeholders slow the process, more people involved in a decision tends also complicate things by revealing conflicting interests and internal priorities that are often at odds.As it pertains to lining up a sales process and a buyer’s journey, more stakeholders immediately destroy almost any approach one might take.Maybe the executive leadership understands the nature of their problem and is highly compelled to change. This is a wonderful occurrence if you’re the one calling on executive leadership in this hypothetical, especially if you have their support. But, what if at the same time their IT department is wedded to the status quo and willing to defend to the death any attempt to change things? These two groups are out of alignment in any buyer’s journey, and recognizing where each group is in your sales process isn’t all that likely to help you sort out their differences.Complex, and Increasingly SoBecause the buyer’s journey is nonlinear, the sales process is now nonlinear as well. Complex B2B sales is ever more complex.I wrote The Lost Art Closing: Winning the 10 Commitments That Drive Sales, to provide salespeople with the commitments that are generally needed to help people and organizations change. The commitments provide a bridge between the sales process and a buyer’s journey, acknowledging the fact that different stakeholders may be in very different places when it comes to their buying journey, and providing some guidance on what to do to help move them forward.