Facebook Twitter News SHARE Park Seong Guk Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Neither Mission nor Prudence in Kim’s Expression News By Park Seong Guk – 2012.02.09 11:12am Kim Jong Nam has revealed more about the rule of Kim Jong Eun and his view of the future of North Korea in previously unreleased e-mails between he and Tokyo Shimbun editor Yoji Komi .“In that young man’s expression I can see neither the mission nor the prudence of a man who has become the successor to a troubled country like North Korea, nor the expression of a man worrying about a future vision for the state,” Kim is quoted as saying in one of the correspondences.“In North Korea, the amount people who are earning money have to pay in bribes to high-ranking officials in order to survive is rising. A corrupt system like this absolutely will collapse. It reminds me of the Soviet Union right before it collapsed,” he reportedly goes on. “The people’s trust in the North Korean leadership collapsed thanks to the currency redenomination,” he also comments in an e-mail dated December 13th, shortly before the death of Kim Jong Il on the 17th. “An ageing leader, an inexperienced successor and a sunk economy… nations surrounding North Korea can’t help seeing it as dangerous.”“North Korea passed responsibility onto Party Planning and Finance head Park Nam Ki and executed him, but the people all know perfectly well that the currency redenomination could not have been done by a mere cadre,” he adds.Kim also offers a withering critique of the North Korean regime’s propagandist media in a November exchange, saying of Workers’ Party publication Rodong Shinmun, which is now available in print and online in both Korean and English, “They don’t have enough paper to print it so people can’t read it. For the electronic version you need to have a computer, but how many North Korean people actually have one… and even if they do, there is no electricity so how are they going to use it.”The formerly unreleased set of e-mails are to be officially released by Japanese monthly magazine Bungeishunju in its March edition, but were revealed by South Korean daily newspaper Donga Ilbo today. There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China
← 21st Luis Valtueña Humanitarian Photography Award August 21, 2017 Published by Ivona Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Global Summer Semester Residency at the University of Göttingen → Reddit +1 Deadline: 01 September 2017Open to: international undergraduate studentsBenefits: paid in weekly installments of AUD 500DescriptionThe International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) is pleased to offer Summer Research Internships begin on November 27th in 2017. In 2017 selected undergraduate students (preference to 3rd, 4th year, and honors students) from Australia and New Zealand will receive up to USD 6,000 over the 12-week internship (10 weeks work and a two week paid Christmas break)Eligibility Students must meet the following requirements:Applicants must be undergraduate students (preference will be given to 3rd year and above, including honors, but all currently enrolled students are welcome to apply);Internships will run for approximately 10 weeks of work during the period late November 2017 to February 2018, although dates for the internships are negotiable. Students are expected to start on the first day of the studentship program unless extenuating circumstances apply;The studentship is for up to USD 6,000 per student, paid in weekly installments of USD 500 for the duration of the studentship, including over the two week Christmas break (10 weeks total work, 12 weeks total pay);Applicants from outside WA will receive a return flight to Perth from their home city, as well as up to 50% accommodation subsidy from ICRAR;There will be a mandatory one-week induction with the Pawsey Centre in the first week for most students;Students must be studying at an Australian or New Zealand educational institution and not have held an internship with ICRAR in the past;Students will write a final report and give an oral presentation on their work at the conclusion of the project. There may be other requirements which will be made clear to students throughout the program;Students will be expected to maintain a high level of attendance throughout the duration of the internship and conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.BenefitsThe studentship is for up to USD 6,000 per student, paid in weekly installments of USD 500 for the duration of the studentship, including over the two week Christmas break (10 weeks total work, 12 weeks total pay).Applicants from outside WA will receive a return flight to Perth from their home city, as well as up to 50% accommodation subsidy from ICRAR.There will be a mandatory one-week induction with the Pawsey Centre in the first week for most students.How to Apply?The mode of application is online.All applications must include:Curriculum Vitae/Resume;Official Academic Transcript;Contact Details for two Academic Referees.For more information please visit the official website. CMU Australia Scholarships for International Students Share 0 Similar Stories PhD Scholarship in Archaeo-geochemistry: ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENT IN HUMAN REMAINS Pocket Tweet Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students Summer Research Internships at ICRAR
Among Big Ten schools, the penalties for failed drug tests vary between the first, second and third offenses. “The NCAA’s doping policy is outdated, and there needs to be more consistency among schools,” Hainline told the Wall Street Journal. “Our first priority is that we’re providing great care from a health and safety standpoint because we’re really worried about their well-being,” she said. Across the NCAA, student-athlete drug policies differ, a problem the association’s administration wants to fix. But creating one uniform policy might not be as easy as it seems. He said the educational counseling component of the disciplinary action is overlooked but important. “There are issues that are more prevalent in different areas of the country, so they could possibly be handled more efficiently at the institutional level than waiting for the minutiae and bureaucracy of the NCAA,” said Chris Hawthorne, a Big Ten representative for the Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and a formerGophers football player. Several other Big Ten schools including Ohio State, Nebraska and Wisconsin don’t require a suspension on the first offense. If the student-athlete fails his or her first NCAA-issued drug test, the penalties are much more stringent and include the loss of a year of eligibility and a full-season suspension. “In my opinion, it makes no sense to punish a kid if you’re not going to allow and encourage them to learn from the experience,” Hawthorne said. If a student-athlete at Rutgers failed a drug test for the first time, he or she may be suspended for up to two weeks. Brian Hainline, who was named the NCAA’s first chief medical officer in 2012, said it’s time to find common ground, taking the responsibility out of individual school’s hands. The group shares it by email with all student-athletes before the school year. It’s also in the student-athlete handbook, and all freshmen are educated on it in their orientation, said deputy athletics director Beth Goetz At Minnesota, a group that includes the athletic department’s sports medicine staff, sports psychologists and officials from Boynton Health Service reassess the school’s drug policy for student-athletes each year. The men’s basketball program at Syracuse also received heavy sanctions from the committee in March for failing to abide by their drug policy, among other violations. Many student-athletes may not realize usage of Adderall could lead to a failed drug test, Hawthorne said. Still, he said student-athletes shouldn’t put themselves into that risky situation. NCAA spokespeople did not return calls for comment for this story. Big Ten drug policies differ among schools Sam KraemerApril 30, 2015Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintWith the amount of change the NCAA has undergone in recent years, rectifying inconsistent drug policies from school to school may be next on the docket. Just last week, the NCAA Committee on Infractions put Oklahoma State’s football program on a one-year probation after concluding the team failed to follow the school’s own drug policy for student-athletes. For example, if a student-athlete at Minnesota failed a drug test for the first time, he or she would be required to do 20 hours of community service. The same applies for Iowa. Hawthorne referenced the abuse of Adderall — the prescription drug that enhances concentration — by students and student-athletes alike during exam periods. With all of the differences, Hainline told the Wall Street Journal he hopes for the autonomy conferences to draft a collective policy, rather than the current school-by-school basis. “If you’re a student-athlete, you’re coming to school for academics and athletics. There’s no place for abusive drugs to occur in my opinion,” Hawthorne said. “There’s a culture of abuse right now, and we need to do a better job of combating it.”
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The festive season is here. It is Christmas and New Year Time. In Christmas, the song, “Tis the season to be jolly, lalalalala” is being sung by a majority of people. However, Virat Kohli, the Indian cricket team skipper celebrated Christmas in a very special way. Kohli spent his christmas celebrations with children in a Kolkata shelter home and the celebrations will warm the hearts of each and every individual in the country. In a video shared by Star Sports, the nearly three-minute video opens up with a visual of a children’s shelter home in Kolkata. In the video, there are plenty of kids who are saying what they want for Christmas.Some kids wanted to meet their favorite superheroes like Spiderman, Batman while others are saying their favorite list of sportspersons. PV Sindhu, Cristiano Ronaldo and Virat Kohli are some of the names that they mention. However, little do the kids know that Kohli was watching the video on his Ipad and when one kid mentions why he liked Kohli, the kid remarked, “I like his beard.” Hearing that, Kohli breaks into guffaws.The very next day, the kids are given a surprise when the children home staff show the video of their demands. Some of the kids are embarrassed. Unknown to the kids, at the same time, Kohli comes in dressed as Santa Claus. He comes with a big trolley of gifts and said, “I know some of you have been naughty but I also know what everyone wants for Christmas.” One of the staff then says, “All the superheroes are currently on holiday. But, do you want to see Kohli?” The kids shout yes.Kohli, dressed as Santa, says, “I will make you meet Kohli.” He removes his disguise and when the kids find out it is Kohli, they are incredibly happy and they rush in to give Kohli a big hug. They then proceed to open the gifts. Kohli then remarks, “These moments are really special in my life. All these kids cheer for us all year long. I had great time bringing joy to all these kids. A merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to all of you.” This was part of Star Sports’ advertisement wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.Also Read | India Aim To End Decade On A High In Cuttack Shoot-Out Vs West IndiesKohli is currently in Cuttack for the third and final ODI and India will be hoping to win the series and register their 10th straight bilateral series win against the West Indies. They will also be hoping to end the decade in grand style.
In this Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014 file photo, Texas new head football coach Charlie Strong speaks to fans during a timeout against Oklahoma in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Austin American- Statesman, Ricardo B. Brazziell)Three weeks after being fired by Texas, Charlie Strong was hired Sunday to be the coach at South Florida, returning to a region where he has deep roots and a conference where he has won championships.Strong was fired by Texas on Nov. 26, the day after coaching his final game with the Longhorns. At No. 25 USF, he replaces Willie Taggart, who left the Tampa school to become coach at Oregon just a few days ago.“Charlie is a tremendous leader and mentor for our student-athletes and a widely-respected coach with a resume full of achievements at the highest levels of college football,” USF athletic director Mark Harlan said in a statement. “He combines a drive to win with great integrity and deep, long-standing connections in the state of Florida. The future of USF football is very bright under his direction.”The Bulls went 10-2 this season and finished second in the American Athletic Conference East division to league champion Temple.Strong was 16-21 with no winning seasons in three years at Texas after replacing Mack Brown. Before going to Texas, Strong was 37-15 in four years at Louisville (2010-13), including 23-3 in the final two seasons.The Cardinals were in the Big East/American Athletic Conference when Strong was coach and they won at least a share of two league championships.The 56-year-old Strong has deep roots coaching in the state of Florida. He did three stints covering 13 seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Florida under Steve Spurrier, Ron Zook and Urban Meyer, mostly as defensive coordinator. He was also defensive coordinator at South Carolina from 1999-2002.“Some of the best football talent in the country is right here in the Bay Area and throughout the state of Florida, and I feel blessed to have the opportunity to work with the young men in the USF football program and build on the strong foundation already in place,” Strong said in a statement.___More college football at http://collegefootball.ap.org/___Follow Ralph D. Russo at www.Twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP
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The Portland Pirates scored the first five goals of the game en route to a 6-2 victory over the Sens in AHL Calder Cup Playoffs action Tuesday in Binghamton.The Pirates, trailing 3-1 in the best-of-seven series before Tuesday’s contest, force a game six Friday in Portland. Mark Mancari, once on the power play and the second short handed and Luke Adam, on the power play, gave Portland a 3-0 lead before the game was 10 minutes old. Mark Parrish made it 4-0 before the period ended.The goal by Parrish sent Binghamton starting goalie Robin Lehner to the showers in favour of Barry Brust.Portland out shot the Sens 41-37 in the game.In the first round of the playoffs Binghamton rallied from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Manchester Monarchs.Game seven, if necessary, is scheduled for Saturday in Portland.Former Nelson Leaf rearguard Geoff Kinrade, who plays defence for the B-Sens, finished the game a with an even plus-minus.
Interviews for the next Galway football and hurling managers positions will be held next Monday night. After last weekend’s nomination deadline the three candidates for the football job are Padraig Joyce, Liam Kearns and Matt Duggan while outgoing hurling selectors Noel Larkin and Frannie Forde and former Galway U21 manager Tony Ward are in the running to become hurling manager. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
TOTTENHAM winger Lucas Moura has been rewarded for his goalscoring exploits in August by being named as the Premier League’s Player of the Month.Watford boss Javi Gracia picked up the Manager of the Month trophy after guiding the Hornets to three consecutive wins, before adding a fourth last weekend to welcome in September.3 Tottenham winger Lucas Moura has been named as August’s Premier League Player of the MonthCredit: Premier League View this post on Instagram The @premierleague Manager of the Month for August, Javi Gracia! 🏆 • • • #watfordfc A post shared by Watford FC (@watfordfcofficial) on Sep 7, 2018 at 3:00am PDTMoura – a January signing from Paris Saint-Germain – failed to hit the heights in the top-flight last season, but has been Spurs’ key man this campaign.The 26-year-old opened his account with a fantastic curling strike in the 3-1 win against Fulham at Wembley.That was before his double helped Tottenham stun Manchester United with a 3-0 win at Old Trafford.Mauricio Pochettino’s side won their opening three Premier League games before they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat against Watford at Vicarage Road on Sunday.3 Moura, 26, banged in a double against Manchester United during a 3-0 win at Old TraffordCredit: AP:Associated Press3 Javi Gracia’s side have won all four Premier League games this seasonCredit: Reuters View this post on Instagram The gaffer gets a soaking! 💦 • • • #watfordfc A post shared by Watford FC (@watfordfcofficial) on Sep 7, 2018 at 3:32am PDTGracia – who saw his side beat Brighton, Burnley and Crystal Palace in August – heaped praise on his side as he was awarded his prize at training.After a quick change of clothes having been soaked by his squad, the 48-year-old said: “We are a good family.“It’s important not to look at the end of the road, but to enjoy the journey as well.”He added: “I am very pleased. This award is a consequence of results in games we have played and that comes from the work of everyone here.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old Trafford”When you start something you must think you can do it, but it is always more difficult in reality.”Watford face Manchester United at home after the international break, while Tottenham welcome table-toppers Liverpool to Wembley.Goals of the Month: Watch the best goals from August in the Premier League
School 4 Nicholls sophomore Tessni Carruthers and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi sophomore Brandie Garcia, all-conference honorable mentions, return this season after top-15 finishes at the conference championships last year. Arkansas State 7 2 8 13 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi senior Philipp Baar returns for the Islanders after finishing seventh in last season’s conference championship meet and being a second-team all-conference selection. 12 6 Men’s Programs and 5 Women’s Programs Receive Preseason Regional RankingsSix men’s programs and five women’s programs appear in the U. S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s Preseason South Central Regional rankings. Lamar, Stephen F. Austin, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Sam Houston State, Central Arkansas and Houston Baptist all received men’s preseason regional rankings with Lamar ranked the highest at No. 3. Lamar, Central Arkansas, Stephen F. Austin, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Houston Baptist all received women’s preseason regional rankings with Lamar ranked the highest at No. 6. 14 Rice Despite losing two award winners from last season, Lamar’s men’s team still returns a first-team all-conference selection in junior Sam Stabler and a second-team all-conference selection in senior Ryan Creech. Stabler had a fourth-place finish in last year’s conference championships while Creech finished ninth. Also returning is graduate student Michael Kershaw who was a top-15 finisher at the conference championship meet and an honorable mention last season. 1 3 14 Houston Baptist 2013 Final 15 Texas 4 Stephen F. Austin senior Laurie Byrd returns for the Ladyjacks after being a first-team all-conference selection last season and a sixth-place finisher at the conference championship meet. School 4 8 7 11 SMU 2 Friday, Aug. 29· UNO Relays at New Orleans, 3 p.m.· Nicholls at UNO Relays, 3 p.m.· Southeastern Louisiana at UNO Relays, 3 p.m.· Double Duals at MacGregor Park at Houston Baptist, 5:45 p.m.· Sam Houston State at Double Duals at MacGregor Park, 5:45 p.m.· McNeese 6k Relays at McNeese State, 6 p.m.· Northwestern State at McNeese 6K Relays, 6 p.m.· Lamar at Aggie Opener, 6:15 p.m.· Stephen F. Austin at Aggie Opener, 6:15 p.m.· Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Rio Grande Valley Relays, 7 p.m.· Alamo City Opener at UIW, 7:15 p.m.Saturday, Aug. 30· Central Arkansas at Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic, 9:20 p.m. USTFCCCA Men’s Cross Country South Central Regional Rankings 6 15 Baylor 14 Arkansas 7 15 Graduate students Leigh Lattimore, Louise Webb and Claire Arnold all return for Lamar’s women’s squad. Lattimore was named female newcomer of the year last season, finished second at the conference championships and was a first-team all-conference selection. Webb, a first-team all-conference selection, captured a fourth-place finish at the conference championship meet last year. Arnold was a top-ten finisher at the conference championships and a second-team all-conference selection. 7 2 Texas Postseason ChampionshipsThe 2014 Southland Cross Country Championship will be hosted by Northwestern State and will take place at the NSU Golf Course on Monday, Nov. 3, in Natchitoches, La. For qualifying teams and individuals, the NCAA South Central Regional will be held in Fayetteville, Ark., on Nov. 14, followed by the NCAA Championship in Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. 22. 10 14 All-Conference Honorees and Three Award Winner Return for 2014 SeasonSeven men’s and seven women’s all-conference honorees from last year return this season. Lamar returns three men’s all-conference honorees and three women’s all-conference selections while Stephen F. Austin returns three men’s selection and one women’s honoree. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi returns one men’s selection and one women’s honoree. Central Arkansas returns a women’s all-conference selection and double award winner while Nicholls returns one women’s all-conference honoree. 5 10 3 Sam Houston State 14 Ark.-Little Rock 9 UT Arlington Rank 11 Baylor 12 3 5 Rice 2013 Final 9 Central Arkansas 10 8 1 Stephen F. Austin’s men’s team returns juniors Nicholas Guerra and Cody Brown and sophomore Anthony Gallardo. Guerra finished third at the conference championship meet last year and was a first-team all-conference selection. Brown and 2013 freshman of the year Gallardo were second-team all-conference selections, each finishing in the top-ten at the conference championships. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 9 1 13 8 Rank Stephen F. Austin 13 5 4 UTSA Lamar 10 6 North Texas 11 Texas A&M Lamar North Texas Houston 12 9 12 Central Arkansas Texas A&M Stephen F. Austin USTFCCCA Women’s Cross Country South Central Regional Rankings 5 1 11 3 Houston Baptist 6 UT Arlington 15 13 FRISCO, Texas –The Southland Conference starts its 51st season of men’s and women’s cross country Friday with eleven teams competing in races. Defending men’s and women’s conference champion Lamar travels to College Station, Texas, to compete in the Aggie Opener along with Stephen F. Austin, the men’s conference runner-up a season ago. Central Arkansas, last year’s women’s conference runner-up, competes on Saturday when the men’s and women’s teams travel to Memphis, Tenn., for the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic. Four men’s and women’s programs host meets Friday as New Orleans hosts the UNO Relays, Houston Baptist hosts the Double Duals at MacGregor Park, McNeese State hosts the McNeese 6k Relays and UIW hosts the Alamo City Opener. Weekend meets include: 6 Central Arkansas sophomore Brooke Cassar, 2013 female cross country athlete of the year and freshman of the year, returns for the Bears after finishing first at last year’s conference championship meet. Cassar also finished with the 54th (20:55.7) best time at the NCAA National Championship meet, which is the fourth-best finish among female Southland runners at the NCAA Championships. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Arkansas