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Australia, first country classified for the quarterfinals of the ATP Cup

first_imgPicture: Reuters The younger Alex de Miñaur is once more decisive with one other comeback 01/05/2020 – 16:30 The Australian workforce, led by the younger Alex de Miñaur, has been the first to qualify for the quarterfinals of the ATP Cup after beating Canada, finalist in the final version of the Davis Cup in Madrid, by a convincing 3-0, and with out the contest of Nick Kyrgios.Sturdy victory of Spain over GeorgiaSerbia, Croatia and Japan clear up their debutsDe Miñaur returned to vibrate the native viewers that attended the Pat Rafter Area in Brisbane with a brand new comeback, this time in opposition to Canadian Denis Shapovalov, and received 6-7 (6), 6-Four and 6-2 to qualify to his workforce to the quarterfinals.Earlier than this duel, the Australian John Millman, who changed Nick Kyrgios as quantity two, as a result of Canberra’s was “stiff and sore” in line with Captain Lleyton Hewitt, did his homework in entrance of Completely happy Auger-Aliassime by beating him a blunt 6-Four and 6-2.The ‘aussie’ workforce needed to shut a brand new appointment in the undefeated ATP Cup, after successful on the first day of Group F to Germany by 3-0, and dubbers John Friends and Chris Guccione secured the third recreation in opposition to the Canadians Auger -Aliassime and Adil Shamasdin for 3-6, 7-6 (3) and 10-8.Germany beats Greece In that very same group and in addition in Brisbane, Germany turned to the epic to beat Greece 2-1. Stefanos Tsitsipas, defeated for the fifth time the German Alexander Zverev, who ended up obfuscated after committing ten double faults, in the first duel of the season between two gamers ‘prime 10’ by 6-1 and 6-4, to drive the encounter of doubles , after having received Jan-Lennard Struff to Michail Pervolarakis, 6-Four and 6-1.In the decisive double, the German couple composed of Andreas Mies and Kevin Krawietz, champions of Roland Garros, saved six match balls in opposition to the Greeks Pervolarakis and Tsitsipas to lastly win 3-6, 6-Three and 17-15. Russian maniata to the US In the meantime, in Perth, in Group D, Russia was once more relentless and sentenced the confrontation with the two particular person events in opposition to the United States to certify their victory (2-1)Quantity two Karen Khachanov endured the onslaught of American Taylor Fritz in the first set and managed to take the recreation in the third spherical with a consequence of 3-6, 7-5 and 6-1 in a single hour and 52 minutes with solely 15 errors not compelled.His compatriot Daniil Medvedev, revelation participant of the earlier season, left no hint of John Isner, who beat 6-Three and 6-1 in an hour, with solely two unforced errors and 24 successful strokes.In the doubles match, Austin Krajicek and Rajeev Ram defeated Medvedev and Khachanov, 6-Three and 6-Four to make up the consequence.Italy opens In that very same metropolis however in Group D, Italy was launched with victory, after falling in its debut in opposition to Russia by a blunt 3-0, and beat Norway for a 2-1 total consequence.The individual in cost of sealing the first level can be quantity two Stefano Travaglia who had no mercy with the Norwegian Viktor Durasovic by endorsing a double 6-1 in lower than an hour.Nonetheless, the Nordic participant Casper Ruud, who completed with the American John Isner in the first recreation, repeated the feat once more, after turning into the executioner this time of Fabio Fognini, who beat him by a double 6-2.This time they’d kind Fognini himself with Simone Bolelli, a pair accustomed to competing in the doubles circuit, to get the first level for the transalpine workforce after ending in opposition to Ruud and Durasovic himself 6-Three and 7-6 (3 ).Bulgaria, with agency step In group C, Bulgaria achieved the second victory on this competitors. This time by defeating Moldova by 2-1.Grigor Dimitrov didn’t hesitate in opposition to Moldovan primary Radu Albot and surpassed him by 6-2 and 6-Three in simply over an hour, after his compatriot Dimitar Kuzmanov did the similar earlier than Alexander Cozbinov 6-1 and 7-5 .Moldova signed its first victory in the ATP Cup after the pair fashioned by Albot and Cozbinov imposed themselves on Dimitrov and Alexandar Lazarov 6-Four and 7-6 (4).Comeback from Nice Britain The opposite confrontation of the group was the conflict between the groups of Nice Britain, who got here after dropping to Bulgaria at its premiere, and Belgium, which had not yielded a single level in its earlier check in opposition to Moldova.Veteran Steve Darcis stunned and added the first victory for Belgium after beating Cameron Norrie 6-2 and 6-4.Nonetheless, the British workforce didn’t quit and reaped the comeback after the victories, first of Daniel Evans over David Goffin by a double 6-4; and secondly with the level achieved in the doubles that confronted Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury in opposition to the Belgians Sander Gille and Joran Vliegan, favorable for the British 6-Three and 7-6 (7).last_img read more

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Grande Prairie RCMP search for men after assault

first_imgGrande Prairie RCMP are asking for the public’s help after a woman was assaulted early Monday morning.Police say the 28 year-old Grande Prairie woman picked up two men at approximately 3 a.m. in the area of 101/102 Street and 102/103 Avenue and drove to a gravel pit south of the city. She was driving a red two-door car.- Advertisement -She was then assaulted by the two males. One of the suspects is described as a tall aboriginal man with long, straight “feathered” hair. He was wearing jeans and a t-shirt.The other man is described as Caucasian, with red hair and he was clean cut. He was also wearing jeans and a t-shirt.Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to contact Grande Prairie RCMP at 780-830-5700 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Police would also like to hear from anyone who may have seen the two men either before the incident or when getting into the woman’s car.last_img read more

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Chelsea players at Euro 2016 assessed after the first round of fixtures

first_img 6 Gary Cahill (England) – 7 out of 10 – Click the right arrow above to find out how we have rated Chelsea’s players at Euro 2016… – The centre-back was solid, if uninspiring, at the back for England. Cahill was rarely put under pressure, although he was booked after giving away a cheap free-kick at the half-way line. He did well when dealing with the sizeable and unpredictable Artem Dzyuba. Cesc Fabregas (Spain) – 7 out of 10 – Alongside Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta, Fabregas helped ensure La Roja dominated the ball against Czech Republic in Group C. He was a little looser with the ball than the Barcelona duo but contributed well and got in the odd tackle and interception as their opponents tried to break forward. Thibaut Courtois (Belgium) – 7 out of 10 – Blues goalkeeper Courtois saw the ball hit the back of his net twice against Belgium but couldn’t be blamed too much for either goal, with his defence letting him down. He also pulled out two good stops, one from goal scorer Graziano Pelle and one from Ciro Immobile. Chelsea aren’t one of the most represented Premier League sides at Euro 2016 with just six players involved with three different nations.Their experiences so far have varied quite wildly with some offering up good performances, while others may be a little more disappointed.With incoming Blues boss Antonio Conte at the tournament in France, the players will need to show their best side as he will undoubtedly be watching.So, how have the Chelsea superstars done across the Channel in the first round of fixtures?Click the right arrow above to see our ratings… 6 Eden Hazard (Belgium) – 6 out of 10 – Busy, is perhaps the best way to phrase the Blues star’s performance against Italy. His dribbling was good but let down by some poor decision making and passing. He was restricted to just two shots and unable to really test Gianluigi Buffon. 6 6 Pedro (Spain) – 5 out of 10 – After a tough first season at Stamford Bridge, the winger found himself starting on the bench against Czech Republic. He was a used substitute, though, coming on for Nolito and managing eight minutes of action. 6 6 Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain) – Did not play – With Jordi Alba ahead of him in the Spanish pecking order, it’s unlikely Azpilicueta will get too many minutes in France.last_img read more

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HUGE ENTRY FORCES NORTH WEST 10K ORGANISERS TO SEPARATE WALKERS AND RUNNERS

first_imgIn a new departure this year the walkers taking part in the North West Charity 10k will start separately from the runners.The move by organisers is aimed at improving safety, minimizing delays and reducing congestion at the start of the charity event on Sunday week, May 6th in Letterkenny. The change will see walkers start down at the bottom of the Car Park in front of the Community Centre adjacent to the running track. The runners as usual will have their starting line at McGinley Motors on the Pearse Road.It has been confirmed that the Mayor of Donegal Cllr Noel McBride will give the signal for the walkers to begin the 10k.Meanwhile, Chairperson Grace Boyle has asked all the participants to pre-enter in the days leading up to an event that is expected to attract in excess of 3,000 runners and walkers.“In order to avoid delays and reduce congestion on the day of the 10k I would really appeal to all the participants to pre-enter on the Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. I would like to clear up some confusion out there that pre-entry is only for runners. That is definitely not the case as all walkers are also being asked to pre-enter where they will be able to pick up their t-shirts and numbers. Also the athletes will be able to get their chips for the race. We are also asking as many people as possible to come in fancy dress to make it a carnival occasion and there will be spot prizes for the best” the Chairperson said.Entries will be taken upstairs at Letterkenny Community Centre on next Wednesday 2nd, Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th of May from 6.00 to 7.30 p.m. Also on Saturday 5th May from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m. Visit the website www.northwest10k.com where you will get all the pre-booking details.The three main charities benefiting from this year’s North West 10k are the Buddy Bear Appeal; MS Ireland Donegal and the Donegal Down Syndrome Association. The walk and race takes place on Sunday week, May 6th in Letterkenny with a 2 p.m. sharp start.  HUGE ENTRY FORCES NORTH WEST 10K ORGANISERS TO SEPARATE WALKERS AND RUNNERS was last modified: April 27th, 2012 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:CLLR NOEL MCBRIDENorth West 10krunnerswalkerslast_img read more

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Fulham vs Crystal Palace: Start time, TV channel and team news

first_imgFulham are back in the big-time as they welcome Crystal Palace to Craven Cottage.Slavisa Jokanovic’s side have splashed the cash over the summer and will be hoping to hit the ground running against their cross-town rivals. FOOTBALL LATEST 1 Getty What is the team news? What time is kick-off?This Premier League opener is set for Saturday, August 11.Kick-off is at 3pm.The last time these sides met here was in a 2014 clash, where a late Chris David goal salvaged a 2-2 draw for the hosts.What channel can I watch it on?The game isn’t being broadcast live in the UK.But stick with us here on talkSPORT2, where we will have live coverage of Chelsea vs Huddersfield and updates from West London. possible xi Mitrovic has joined the club permanently after impressing on loan How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? Our first @premierleague starting XI in four years! ⚪️👊#FULCRY #COYW pic.twitter.com/9HurIFrazB— Fulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) August 11, 2018 Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes NEW ERA highlights Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more ALTERED smart causal How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? gameday Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Here’s the #CPFC 🦅 line-up for today’s game against Fulham! #FULCRY pic.twitter.com/MbcB8sMyCe— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) August 11, 2018last_img read more

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ANOTHER HOT, HOT DAY FORECAST FOR ACROSS DONEGAL

first_imgThe warm weather is set to continue across Donegal today with a high of up to 25 degrees forecast by Met Eireann.The slightly bad news is that there will be a little more cloud than yesterday but it still promises to be very warm with some good prolonged spells of sunshine throughout. Gardai and the emergency services have warned member of the public to observe bathing signs.The ESB has also asked the public not to swim in their freshwater reservoir at Assaroe in Ballyshannon.The following is Met Eireann’s forecast for today for ULster including Co DOnegal.“Dry again tomorrow, Wednesday with mist and low cloud becoming confined to coastal parts in the morning. It will be sunny and warm generally with highest temperatures of 20 to 25 or 26 degrees, warmest in southern parts of the province, though values will be a few degrees lower in coastal parts. Winds will be light to moderate north to northwesterly.” ANOTHER HOT, HOT DAY FORECAST FOR ACROSS DONEGAL was last modified: June 18th, 2014 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:donegalforecastMet Eireannsunshinelast_img read more

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Watching, waiting

first_imgYou might mot see them, but Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputies Leo Castro and Tomas Rodriguez are watching you. On Thursday, the partners trailed an MTA bus through Montebello, Rosemead, Temple City and El Monte, their eyes peeled for vandals. From inside their patrol car, Rodriguez watched a monitor receiving a signal transmitted from a camera inside the bus. The hidden camera broadcasts a live image from the back of the bus. The image is transmitted to the monitor by a signal, like a cell phone. Rodriguez and Castro are part of the Special Problems Unit for the Metro Transit Services Bureau their unit specializing in graffiti abatement. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week So far this year, Castro said, the team has caught more than 1,000 vandals who have caused more than $1 million in property damage to buse s in the county’s transportation system. Graffiti taggers like to put their spray-painted monikers on surfaces where they know they will be seen. “What better way to get your name out there than tagging it on a bus,’ Castro said. Climbing aboard a bus Thursday afternoon, the partners spotted familiar etchings cut into its plastic-paneled windows and air-duct panels. “We’ve been looking for this guy for a while,’ Castro said of one of the tags. Then, gesturing to another name, he added, “But we just got this guy with a search warrant. He’s in jail now.’ The deputies began using hidden cameras on buses last year, monitoring the live feeds from inside their patrol car. “It helps us catch them in real time,’ Castro said, “especially if there’s a specific area that’s popular to taggers. It also has a 100-percent prosecution rate because of the video record.’ Working 12- and 16-hour shifts investigating cases, the deputies have grown familiar with some of the San Gabriel Valley’s most prolific taggers. Driving near a high school, Castro noticed a tagged traffic sign. “We’ve been looking for that guy forever. I bet he goes to this school,’ he said. To investigate a hunch such as this, he’ll go to the school and talk to administrators, who may recognize the tag and identify the culprit. The partners also compare notes with local police departments. While the Valley’s bustling and increasingly integrated bus system is a boon for commuters, it also provides plenty of opportunities for graffiti writers, the deputies said. “Part of what makes this job difficult is that a tagger can ride the bus all over the Valley,’ Castro said. “They take the MTA, Foothill Transit. Now they can go anywhere with one pass.’ They typically use distraction to leave their marks, he added. While some members of a tagging crew block the bus driver’s vision, others scratch the crew’s name into windows or any other available surface. But the hidden cameras are proving to be a valuable weapon. One recorded video from a recent bust shows a tagger unknowingly looking directly into the camera as he scrawls on an upper panel of a bus. The cameras are so tiny and well hidden they are nearly impossible to notice. After capturing such an image, a deputy climbs aboard the bus and handcuffs the vandals. Property damage of more than $400 is a felony. Although Catro and Rodriguez work hard to combat the problem, both say that no amount of manpower will ever succeed in completely stopping graffiti on public buses. “I don’t think we’ll ever get rid of graffiti completely,’ Rodriguez said. “We just chip away at the rock,’ Castro added. Still, Rodriguez said, the work is important because it stops criminals early on in their careers. “We’re trying to slow everything down before they get into gangs,’ Rodriguez said. “I’ve worked gangs, narcotics. When you work the heart of it, you want to find where it starts. This is where it starts graffiti. We try to stop them before they get older and into gangs and drugs.’ @tagline columnist: :Sandy Mazza can be reached at (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026, or by e-mail at sandy.mazza@sgvn.com. 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

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Mark Carroll Named Director of Track & Field and Cross Country

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa – Mark Carroll, a successful head coach with tremendous international experience as coach and Olympian, has been named director of track & field and cross country at Drake University, director of athletics Sandy Hatfield Clubb announced Tuesday, June 27.”I am thrilled to welcome Mark Carroll to Drake University as our director of track & field and cross country,” said Drake University director of athletics Sandy Hatfield Clubb. “Mark has a tremendous record of success as both a coach and athlete at the collegiate and international level. His plan and vision of success for Drake track & field and cross country and our student-athletes aligns perfectly with the mission of the Bulldog Way. I want to thank associate athletic director Megan Franklin for her leadership during the search process in identifying the ideal candidate to lead the Bulldogs and add to the Drake’s track & field and cross country programs’ rich legacy.”Carroll takes over the Drake track & field and cross country programs after spending the last eight seasons as head cross country coach and assistant track & field coach at Auburn University. At Auburn, Carroll coached five All-Americans, two NCAA regional cross country champions, six Southeastern Conference Champions and 18 All-SEC honorees.”I want to thank Drake University director of athletics Sandy Hatfield Clubb for the tremendous opportunity to serve as the Drake University director of track & field and cross country,” Carroll said. “Drake University has a historic and rich tradition in track & field and cross country and I am very excited to lead the program to future Drake Relays, Missouri Valley Conference and NCAA success. My wife, Amy, and I are looking forward to joining the Bulldog family.”In his eight-year tenure at Auburn, Carroll also mentored seven student-athletes that qualified for the NCAA Cross Country Championships and seven school records were broken.”Mark’s emphasis on goal achievement in supporting student-athletes to reach their greatest potential speaks volumes given his own athletic and coaching achievements,” said Drake associate director of athletic and senior woman administrator Megan Franklin. “Mark has the skill and experience to capitalize on the successes of the current team and develop championship caliber performances. Furthermore, given Mark’s collegiate experience at Providence College, he appreciates the unique opportunity a Drake education and athletic experience provides student-athletes.”In 2012, Carroll served as the Irish Olympic team distance coach at the London Olympics and was also Ireland’s distance coach at the 2010 European Championships in Barcelona, Spain.Carroll boasts an elite-level pedigree as an athlete himself on the international stage as a two-time Olympian representing his native Ireland in the 2000 and 2004 Olympic games in the 5,000 meters and as a six-time World Championships qualifier.He set Irish national records in the 3,000 (7:30.36), 5,000 (13:03.93) and 10,000 (27:46.42) meters and won the 2000 European Indoor Championship in the 3,000 meters after finishing third in the 5,000 meters at the 1998 European Outdoor Championships. In 2002, he finished sixth in the New York Marathon with a time of 2:10.54 that just missed shattering the Irish national record in that event by 61 seconds.Carroll ran professionally for Asics, adidas and Nike and assisted the Athletic Association of Ireland prior to beginning his coaching tenure at Auburn. In his role with the Athletic Association of Ireland, he managed US based Irish athletes in preparation for national team competitions and facilitated support services for Irish athletes.Carroll competed collegiately at Providence College where he was a six-time All-American and the 1995 NCAA indoor champion in the 5,000 meters. In cross country, he was the NCAA Championship runner-up in 1995 and placed third in 1992. A seven-time BIG EAST champion, he was named the Providence College Athlete of the Year in 1995 and 1996 and inducted into the Friars’ Hall of Fame in 2008.A native of Cork, Ireland, Carroll is married to the former Amy Rudolph, a two-time Olympian herself and a USA Indoor Champion and former national record holder in the 5,000 meters.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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What’s the Best Method to Use When Paying Down Debt?

first_imgBy Carol Church If you or someone you know is carrying credit card debt, they’re far from alone. The Federal Reserve estimates at least half of U. S. cardholders don’t pay their bills in full monthly. Service members are far from immune to this issue. In fact, some research suggests that military members are more likely to have credit card debt (and more of it) than civilians.For some, this issue may be relatively minor—a few hundred dollars that will get paid off within a month or two. For many others, however, the situation is much more serious. Just as millions are in debt, millions also suffer from bad credit ratings, affecting so many things about their lives and costing them even more money. For service members, debt can be a distraction while deployed and may even result in revocation of security clearance.Of course, credit cards aren’t the only kind of debt that can cause problems. Car payments (especially those with high interest rates), medical bills, and student loans all also have the potential to become a problem. Many people have more than one type of overdue or problem debt.Those in this situation may feel like they have no idea where to start with getting the situation under control. However, the first step is to begin thinking about a clear plan of action. There are many possible ways to begin digging out of debt; we’ll discuss some common strategies below.The Snowball MethodOne approach to beginning to eliminate debt is the so-called “snowball” method. With this technique, you “get the ball rolling” on eliminating debt by (of course) making sure to pay the minimum on all debts monthly, but otherwise concentrating all “extra” payment on ONE debt first: your smallest debt. You do this regardless of interest rate. Return to article. Long DescriptionStockSnap/Pixabay.com, CC0The idea is to get this first debt erased quickly in order to enjoy the immense emotional and psychological satisfaction we feel when “zeroing out” a deb. Once the smallest debt is wiped out, you move on to the next smallest debt, and so on and so forth.This approach to debt is appealing to many due to basic human nature. Getting rid of a debt can feel like a big accomplishment and can provide debtors with motivation to keep going—and as with many things, the key here is to keep going! However, from a dollars-and-sense financial point of view, the snowball method is, at its root, unsound. You will pay more in interest this way!The Ladder MethodWith the “ladder” method, you again make sure to always put at least the minimum payment towards each debt, but concentrate on the debt with the highest interest rate first, regardless of its relative size. Even if it takes years to pay this one off, that is where you pay extra, because that is the debt that is losing you the most money.Some simple math demonstrates the common sense of this approach, if you think about it. It might feel good to pay off that annoying $1000 student loan with a 5% interest rate, but consider how little that loan “costs” you over the year compared to a $10,000 credit card debt with an 18% interest rate!The “Kickstart” MethodWith this method, you start off paying a small debt in full for the motivation value and then proceed to your highest-interest debt next for the financial “dollars and sense” value. If you’re losing motivation paying on a large, high-interest loan, you can temporarily “downshift” to paying off a small loan again for the emotional payoff, but then go back to the high-interest account.The “Rising Tide Lifts All Boats” MethodIn this method, debtors pay the minimum first, then divide whatever extra amount they have left for debt elimination pretty equally among all their debts. Typically not a particularly intentional strategy, this approach is nonetheless pretty common, and may make debtors feel like they are at least “making progress” on all their obligations.Which One to Choose?Many experts advise choosing a method based on knowledge of your own personality. Can you work well within the logic of the ladder? Will you need the emotional satisfaction of the snowball? Is the kickstart method a good compromise? Although those of us who work in finance may feel that the ladder (or at least the hybrid) is always better, be aware that real-life research on the matter suggests that the less mathematically valid snowball method may often work better for people in real life. In an experiment where people “worked” by playing games to “pay off” pretend debt and get real money, those who concentrated their efforts on the account with the smallest balances worked the hardest to “get it done.”And it does appear that concentrating on one loan at a time, rather than spreading out payments, is often best. Researchers looking at credit card data from nearly 6000 customers found that those who concentrated on paying off one account at a time were more successful than those who distributed their payments equally over multiple accounts. This effect was stronger when the debtors paid off smaller loans first.Whatever the plan, debtors should make it clear and easy to follow They will benefit from thinking carefully about the best approach, making a plan, and sticking to it.  Paying off debt is not easy, but it can be done.References:Boyer, R. (2012). The ‘snowball’ approach to debt. Retrieved from http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/news_articles/2012/snowball-approach.aspxTrudel, R. (2016). Research: The Best Strategy for Paying Off Credit Card Debt. Retrieved from https://hbr.org/2016/12/research-the-best-strategy-for-paying-off-credit-card-debtKettle, K.L.  Trudel, R., Blanchard, S. J., & Häubl, G. (2016). Repayment Concentration and Consumer Motivation to Get Out of Debt. Journal of Consumer Research, 43 (3), 460–477, https://academic.oup.com/jcr/article/43/3/460/2200459 Snowball, snowlast_img read more

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2002 post-Godhra riots: Gujarat High Court upholds conviction of 19 in Ode massacre case

first_imgThe Gujarat High Court on Friday upheld the conviction of 19 of the 23 persons who were found guilty and convicted by the SIT (Special Investigation Team) trial court in the Ode massacre case of the 2002 riots, in which 23 persons belonging to the minority community were killed by rioters in Anand district, central Gujarat.The High Court also upheld the acquittal of 23 others by the trial court.Maintains sentencesActing on a set of appeals filed against the trial court’s order, a High Court Bench of Justices Akil Kureshi and B. N. Karia upheld the life sentence of 14 convicts, as well as the seven-year jail terms given to five others. The court also ordered the release of those who have completed their seven-year jail term.The High Court acquitted three persons — Dilip Patel, Lalji Patel and Natubhai Patel— who were earlier convicted by the trial court in 2012, while one person, Harish Patel, who was convicted earlier, died during the pendency of his appeal in the HC. All four were sentenced to life imprisonment by the trial court.The brutal killings of 23 persons, including nine women and as many children of the minority community, by members of the majority community of Patidars in Ode village was one of the nine cases handed over to the SIT headed by the former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Dr. R.K. Raghavan for re-investigation.The incident occurred on March 1, 2002, when a mob gathered at Pirwali Bhagol, a minority locality, and burnt a house in which people had taken shelter fearing attacks by the rioting mob.In the High Court, the Special Investigation Team (SIT), which probed the case, along with the State prosecution and the victims sought death penalty for the convicts given life imprisonment and enhanced sentences to those awarded seven-year jail terms. They also sought conviction of the 23 people who were acquitted by the trial court.last_img read more

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