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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Tier 2 nations have made a huge impression on this year’s World Cup so it’s about time they started being treated on a par with Tier 1 nations By Will MacphersonSadly, we’ve bid farewell to Japan, Georgia, Uruguay, USA and the rest of the Rugby World Cup’s smaller teams. They lit up the tournament with their upsets, their committment and their sheer unbridled joy.With them, though, I want to send a pejorative, patronising and inward-looking word that’s use does our sport no favours: minnow. I’m deeply shocked at how much the word has continued to be used. Why? For starters, here’s the dictionary definition:Minnownouna small freshwater Eurasian fish of the carp family, which typically forms large shoals.a small or insignificant person or organisation.Greatest stage: Georgia thrived from playing the All Blacks at the Millennium StadiumNow I understand that on the list of problems that these teams face, what we call them probably pales in comparison to the chronic lack of funding, the small player pools, the reluctance of the big boys to tour or host them and the fear that those nations might attract their best players. That’s before we get on to the shambolic, flawed judiciary process and the lop-sided World Cup schedule that sunk some of them. But “small and insignificant”? Really? Tugby is, better than that, surely. It’s not “them” and “us”. They are international rugby teams too, not pub sides.The fact that rugby is tiered is bad enough. That the ten Tier One nations are ring-fenced in their elite competitions and the 13 in Tier Two (let alone the serfs in Tier Three!) are forced to feed off scraps between World Cups is unquestionably detrimental to their development. Meanwhile, World Rugby and the top nations benefit commercially and competitively. In both hemispheres, based purely on rugby merit, there are major cases for expanded competitions involving more nations – it’s promising to hear USA is in the throes of starting a six-team professional league. Cosiness and logistics currently hold that back. If the situation is unfair, it is unquestionably exacerbated by the patronising language used by the haves towards and about the have-nots. For now, that’s another conversation. Rugby really does need these teams; they bring so much, so let’s pay them the respect they deserve and stop using a term that patronises them and only serves to widen a shrinking gap. That’s not to say rugby union is not doing better than other sports and doing better than it ever has before at growing the game, and that there is not a concerted effort being made to broaden the game’s horizons. There is also absolutely no question that those who are now out performed better than ever before. There was no disgraceful mismatch this time round, and no ritual embarrassment. As a result of their four weeks of nose tweaking, the Tier Two nations have built up a huge bank of goodwill and we are unquestionably closer to expanding the World Cup – and thus making it more of a World Cup – than shrinking it. Rugby’s growth and advancement could neatly be filed as a “qualified success”: lots of things being done well (I mean, one of these “minnows” is currently set to host the next World Cup), plenty more to do.Interestingly, the term minnow has all but vanished from cricket talk. The ICC are streets behind World Rugby and are even downsizing their World Cup in a bid to pretend their – so dispassionately named – Associate Members (equivalent of Tier Two) and Affiliates (Tier Three) do not exist and will struggle to improve, but that particularly feudal term is on the way out among media and fans. It’s seen as patronising, and a number of players for Associate Nations have gone on the record to say they can’t stand it, as it diminishes their work and achievements and presents them as an underdeveloped rabble.Crowd pleaser: Canada’s DTH Van der Merwe was one of the stars of the World CupThe term has the same effect in rugby. These players have trained hard, have plenty of fans and are not merely a circus wheeled out every four years for the World Cup, currently their only true oxygen – they want to play more, to win more. When they do win games, the narrative is almost invariably that the “minnow” was “plucky”; perhaps for the first time – in the game’s greatest ever upset – Japan’s win over South Africa focused on the excellent attitude of the winners, not the inadequacies of the felled giants. Long may that continue, because simply putting a win down to “pluck” – or worse “luck” – is an insult to the smaller nations.Rugby is moving in the right direction, but there’s evidently so much more we can do. Even before inviting them to the two major scheduled annual competitions, the Autumn Internationals are an obvious chance to get them more games against top teams, while the British and Irish Lions should be heading to the Pacific islands in 2017, and so – annually – should the All Blacks and Wallabies. South Africa’s links with Namibia and Argentina’s with Uruguay do not need spelling out. Eventually, perhaps a two or three tiered, five team competition with promotion and relegation is the way forward for Europe, with the same for the Southern Hemisphere, too. Inspiration: Japan were the standout Tier 2 team at the Rugby World Cup
Tis the season to gift that someone special in your life with a piece of jewelry. And whether you are buying a ring that is in stock or looking to have it custom-made , there are a few things you need to know before you visit the jewelry store.We are here to help with the anatomy of a ring. Yes, rings have a certain structure to them, from the shank to the gallery, we’ve got you covered on just the right vernacular to make you sound like a pro.Head- The head or some may refer to it as the basket, holds the center stone. There are different styles which include prong, bezel, tension, and more.Gallery– Visible from either side view is the gallery located just underneath the stone. As with the ring below, it is very simple but ring designs can also be more intricate and ornate.Shoulder– On the side of the ring located next to the gallery is the shoulder. This is often referred to when talking about the placement of side stones or the thickness.Shank– Most will refer to this as the band. The bottom portion of the shank is the sizing area where you can custom size your ring. It is also a popular area to add a personalized engraved message or date.Halo- Most recently, a popular style of design is the Halo. It is a small band of diamonds around the center stone. Halos can come is different sizes and styles. Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom TAGSRings Previous articleChildren’s Winter Camp coming to ApopkaNext articleUpdated Traffic Alert: Road Closure Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Tips to help you make the right decisions
“COPY” Save this picture!+ 11 Share Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/198651/house-in-svitavy-ov-a Clipboard CopyHouses•Svitavy, Czech Republic ArchDaily Czech Republic Projects Architects: OV-A Area Area of this architecture project Area: 105 m²Text description provided by the architects. The plot is located in a newly developed area on the outskirts of the city. A varied mixture of housing is emerging as a result of unregulated development. The investors wished to introduce a calming element into the location, to have an economy house designed and to create their own enclave.Save this picture!The basic concept revolves around the division of the house into two halves: northern and southern. The southern half is dedicated to the common family life opening to the sun exposure. It offers a connection to the garden, the luxury of an elevated area by the fireplace, an inward-facing study, and a terrace boasting a view of tree tops. The northern half is intended for the individual family members and contains bedrooms, a hall and technical facilities. Instead of a hallway, the interior layout features a common open area for family encounters.Save this picture!The spatial layout of the house stems from the geometry of construction. The ground plan scheme consisting of 4 by 4 meters modules constitutes a frame into which the individual functional units of the house are fitted. Windows span the entire width of the square module. Full size fibrous cement boards are used on the facade. Stairs are from steel plates, banister from a single piece of glass. Skipped fields in the outer shell reveal glimpses of the wood substance of the house in places of window apertures and the terrace. A fireplace and air-water heat pump heat the house.Save this picture!floor plansThe garage is disguised by a knoll fashioned from excavated soil. It thus becomes part of the garden, doubling as a cellar and heavy element complementing the light assembled house. A picket fence forms a blurred boundary between protected privacy and the environs.Save this picture!Project gallerySee allShow lessGreen Solution House / 3XNArticlesArchitectural Dialogues / Sasha WaltzArticles Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeOV-AOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSvitavyHousesCzech RepublicPublished on January 19, 2012Cite: “House In Svitavy / OV-A” 19 Jan 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis An anti-bullying network for schoolchildren and parents, a health-monitoring device for remote communities, and an advice portal for small businesses are among the projects short-listed for a national award for their innovative use of technology.PIONEERING PROJECTS REACH NATIONAL AWARD SHORTLISTThese are some of the 100+ projects entered by local authorities, businessesand voluntary sector organisations for the eWell-Being Awards – developed bySustainIT and supported by BT – the UK’s first accolade to identify andpromote the environmental, economic and social benefits of Information andCommunication Technologies (ICT). Advertisement Pioneering projects reach national award shortlist In the digital inclusion category, sponsored by BT, four groundbreakinginitiatives from voluntary organisations were short-listed. Each provides an inspirational service to disadvantaged groups who usually have little access to IT. The projects are an empowering IT skills project for Scotland’s elderly run by Age Concern Edinburgh; a national online anti-bullying resource for parents, pupils andschools from charity Bullying Online; a network of inclusive IT facilities for Wiltshire’s disabled community from charity SCAMP; and an Internet access project for socially excluded young people from charity YouthNet UK.Winning projects will be announced at an awards ceremony in London’s Living Room at City Hall, the home of the London Mayor and London Assembly, on Tuesday 10 June 2003. About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Awards Digital Technology 27 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 14 May 2003 | News
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 5 July 2012 | News Tagged with: Events Fundraising by doing nothing: Born Free gets comfortable 23 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Throughout this week wildlife charity The Born Free Foundation has been encouraging its supporters to “do nothing for charity”. The charity’s ‘Big Cat Nap’ is an attempt to stand out from other charity campaigns by encouraging a more relaxed approach to charity action.The campaign, which is running for the second year running, is designed to spread the word about threatened big cat species worldwide. Staff at the charity’s Horsham office embraced the theme by holding a “wear your pyjamas to work” day on Tuesday.On Twitter and Facebook, sedentary supporters have been posting photos of their own napping cats. The best photo will be chosen to advertise Big Cat Nap week 2013.During Cat Nap Week 2011, supporters joined in by organising cake sales, pyjama days and sponsored reading events. This year the charity has encouraged supporters to host a sponsored snooze or holding a leisurely lunch to raise funds.The idea for doing nothing for charity is not new. Sponsored silences and non-events have been used over the years, and there are also the various methods of using your idling PC’s spare processing capacity to do good.www.bornfree.org.uk/the-big-cat-nap About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Top StoriesTN Caste Killing Case : Lapses In Investigation Helped Acquittal Of Prime Accused Chinnasamy Manu Sebastian23 Jun 2020 1:10 AMShare This – xThe Madras High Court’ judgment setting aside the conviction of Chinnasamy in the 2016 Udumalpet caste killing case has caused widespread dismay and anger. The Sessions Court in Thiruppur had sentenced him to death in 2018, on the finding that he was the key conspirator behind the daylight murder of his daughter Kowsalya’s husband Shankar, a Dalit man. The gruesome murder, in full public…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Madras High Court’ judgment setting aside the conviction of Chinnasamy in the 2016 Udumalpet caste killing case has caused widespread dismay and anger. The Sessions Court in Thiruppur had sentenced him to death in 2018, on the finding that he was the key conspirator behind the daylight murder of his daughter Kowsalya’s husband Shankar, a Dalit man. The gruesome murder, in full public view, was allegedly carried out with the motive of protecting ‘caste pride’. Chinnasamy was deeply aggrieved that his daughter had married a low-caste man against the wishes of the family.In HC, a division bench of Justices M Sathyanarayanan and M Nirmal Kumar held that the “the prosecution is unable to prove the charge of conspiracy (against Chinnasamy) beyond any reasonable doubt”. The prosecution had projected the following circumstances to prove conspiracy by the main accused :Previous complaint given by Kowsalya and Shankar regarding the threat they faced from Chinnasamy.Mobile phone conversations between Chinnasway and two of the accused Mathan & Micheal and Manikandan.Withdrawal of money by Chinnaswamy from the joint account maintained along with his wife, and payment of the same to one of the hirelings.Meetings between Chinnasamy and the assailants at two locations – Children’s Park and Rope Junction at Palani – before the crime.Stay at a lodge arranged by Chinnasamy for two of the assialants – Kalithamilvaanam and Manikandan.As regards the first circumstance, the court noted that the complaints given in July, 2015, was closed by the police after recording the statement of Shankar that Kowsalya will be taken care of in his family. The Court also referred to a petition given by Kowsalya urging them not to take further action against her parents.As regards phone calls, the Court accepted the evidence of Call Detail Records that Chinnasamy had contacts with two of the accused between February 6, 2016 and March 6, 2016 (The crime took place on March 13, 2016). But, this by itself was not sufficient to prove conspiracy, the HC held.To prove that the Chinnasamy had met the assailants, the prosecution had cited two eyewitnesses – Kalidas (PW21) and Anbazhagan (PW22). Kalidas, an auto driver, told the Court that about 20 days prior to the date of crime, he saw Chinnasamy talking to four persons, including two assailants, at Children’s Park Palani. The witness added that he overheard Chinnaswamy talking in an agitated manner about his daughter’s marriage with Shankar.Anabazhagan told that on the previous day of the crime, he saw Chinnasamy with five assailants at Rope Junction, “in a fit of rage”.The Court rejected their testimonies on the main ground that both the witnesses had identified the assailants for the first time in the Court. The Court noted that though the witnesses had no prior acquaintance with the assailants, no Test Identification Parade was held.”The testimonies of the said witnesses as to the seeing of A1 in the company of some of the assailants is highly doubtful. It is also to be noted at this juncture that except A1, they do not have any acquaintance with the other accused and no Test Identification Parade was conducted and the identification for the first time was made in the Court and as such, this Court is not inclined to believe the said testimonies as regards the charge of conspiracy”, the Court observed in this regard.While it is true that identification of accused for the first time by the witness in Court is admissible, it is always safe and prudent to hold a Test Identification Parade(TIP) when the accused persons are not known to witnesses before. The SC has observed in a case that “Ordinarily, identification of an accused for the first time in court by a witness should not be relied upon, the same being from its very nature, inherently of a weak character, unless it is corroborated by his previous identification in the test identification parade or any other evidence” (see Dana Yadav @ Dahu v State of Bihar).In a sensational and shocking case such as this, it is surprising that the police did not take the abundant caution of holding a TIP. This lapse left the door ajar for the prime accused to escape.Further, as regards the prime accused arranging stay for two of the assailants in a lodge, the Court noted that the prosecution could not establish the same by way of documentary evidence.The names of the accused were not there in the lodge register, and the relevant records were not seized by the police.”…the names of the persons, viz., A5 and A8 who supposed to have stayed in the Lodge have not been indicated and Identity Cards have not been collected and no receipts for the payment of rent have been given and the counterfoil of the Receipt Book was not even seized by the Investigating Officer – PW67″, the Court said.There was no TIP even for the lodge managers, and they also identified the accused for the first time in the Court.The Court held that the prosecution was unable to prove that it was Chinnasamy who made arrangements for the two accused to stay in the lodge.To show that Chinnasamy had previous acquaintance with two of the assailants (A4 and A8), the SI of Palani station stated that he had stood as surety for their release on a previous occassion. Surprisingly, no documents/endorsements regarding the same were produced before the Court.As regards money transaction, the Court noted that though it was shown that Chinnasamy had withdrawn Rs 80,000 through ATM between February 12 and 14, there was no evidence that it was for payment to the assailants. It was the case of the prosecution that a sum of Rs.24,000/- was recovered from A4 and yet another sum of Rs.26,000/- was recovered from A6, and they were paid by Chinnasamy. This was based on the confession statements of the accused, stated to have been corroborated by recovery under Section 27 of the Evidence Act.The HC noted that in the admissible portion of the confession statement, there are no specific words regarding money. So, recovery of money was held to be beyond the ambit of Section 27 of the Evidence Act. Also, since it was a joint account of Chinnasamy and his wife, it cannot be said that Chinnasamy alone withdrew the amounts, in the absence of CCTV images from the ATM centre. The Court specifically noted that the investigating officer did not seize the CCTV records of the ATM.”The recovery of money said to have been paid by A1 to A4 to A8 as well as from A6, in the considered opinion of the Court may not fall strictly within the ambit of Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act and even for the sake of accepting the arguments advanced on behalf of the State, the prosecution has failed to prove that it was A1 alone had withdrawn the money from the joint account of himself and his wife under Ex.P41 marked through PW37, especially in the light of the fact that the said sums were withdrawn from the Automatic Teller Machines [ATMs]. It also came out from the evidence that A1 is also a Tourist Car Operator”, the Court said.From the evidence on record, the HC could only accepted two facts :Chinnasamy was unhappy with his daughter’s marriage to Shankar.Chinnasamy had phone calls with two of the accused till a week before the crime.Beyond that, the prosecution “failed to link the circumstances which would have been unerringly pointed out the guilt” on the part of Chinnasamy, the Court said. In a case of criminal conspiracy, it is incumbent on the prosecution to establish a “clear chain of circumstances” showing the meeting of minds of the accused.The Court also refused to overturn the acquittal of Kowsalya’s mother, Annalakshmi observing that the evidence “did not indicate her intention to wreak vengeance as to the inter-caste marriage between her daughter with Shankar”. The acquittal of two other persons were also sustained.While the Court pointed out the weakness of prosecution case to acquit the prime accused, the big question still remains : what motivated 5 assailants to hack Shankar to death in broad daylight in public view? Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Previous articleMixed emotions at Garda Robbie McCallion commemorationNext articleIMPACT union spokesperson says mayor Byrne is naive News Highland Donegal retains 14 Blue Flags, Lisfannon is not restored Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project By News Highland – June 29, 2010 Andrew McGinley says his children are getting him through life Facebook WhatsApp Google+ News Donegal County Manager writes to Environment Minister LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Gardai investigate deaths of two horses on the N56 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Donegal County Manager has written to Environment Minister John Gormley seeking clarification on the nature of a review into certain alleged planning irregularities in Donegal during the period from 1998 to 2001.Information was sought from the council last September on foot of allegations forwarded to the Minister by former Senior Planner Gerry Convie.Mr Mc Loone, who attended his final full council meeting before retiring, said he has contacted the Minister, pointing out that the allegations were in large, the same ones contained in a series of newspaper reports published in 2002 which led to legal proceedings and findings in favour of Mr Mc Loone and the County Secretary.The manager has not published details of the cases being reviewed, but says anyone with concerns can contact the council, and they will be told if anything in the cases relates to them.[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/mcloo8302.mp3[/podcast] Gardai investigate Castlefinn burglary
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News Facebook Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder Twitter Gardai investigate deaths of two horses on the N56 Pinterest Alcohol unit will not be located at Derry’s Nazareth House The Oaklee Trinity Housing Organisation has confirmed that it will not proceed with plans for an alcohol addiction unit at the Nazareth House site in Derry.There was substantial opposition from the local community when the plan for the unit was first mooted earlier this year, with local people saying there was a saturation of such facilities in the immediate area, and it couldn’t take any more.Now, the housing orgaisation says it will seek an alternative site for the alcohol unit, but will proceed with its plans to acquire Nazareth House and develop social housing there. Previous articleIBEC North West calls for investment and tax breaks in pre-budget submissionNext articleNo injuries after Letterkenny bus catches fire after school run News Highland Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Andrew McGinley says his children are getting him through life Google+ Donegal retains 14 Blue Flags, Lisfannon is not restored Gardai investigate Castlefinn burglary By News Highland – September 4, 2014 Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist