Jayasurya, who went to work for wages and got full marks for the Plus Two exam, is a brilliant genius who will soon reach the hearts of the audience with her money. Jayasurya’s mother was with her in the episode which was full of love. Jayasurya’s fighting prowess was rewarded with Rs 1 lakh. Jayasuriya’s response to the gift was that he would get this much money if he took four more years of wage labor.Jayasurya, who was a student of Rajas Higher Secondary School, Kottayakkal, Malappuram, fought against his living conditions and achieved brilliant success. Jayasurya’s life struggle is aimed at a better life for her bedridden father and mother, who earns a living by collecting and selling acreage.Jayasurya also said that it was enough to learn to work, but she went to work because her mother was suffering alone. Akri was well educated and progressing as he went to pick up and go to the hotel as a supplier and other mercenaries.Watch the video;
Report a problem This item is… Other (1461) Displayed poorly Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Ads by Amazon By Steve GunnLocalSportsJournal.comKENT CITY – When asked how many 3-pointers his Kent City girls basketball team is averaging per game, Coach Scott Carlson politely declined to answer.He explained that he doesn’t want his players to start thinking too much about shooting triples, when that’s just one aspect of the Eagles’ potent offensive attack.“We will take whatever the defense gives us,” Carlson said. “We don’t want them to start thinking they have to keep up an average (of 3-pointers) or anything like that.”But the fact is that the Eagles can hit the three, better than most teams in the state.Zara WeberThey demonstrated that on Friday night, when they nailed 25 3-pointers in their 89-33 victory over Holton, to set a new single-game state record for a girls team.Five different Eagles scored from beyond the arc, led by Zara Weber with 10 triples, Jenna Harrison with eight, and Kenzie Bowers with five. The team had 63 attempts in the game.Harrison got things rolling by hitting six 3-pointers in the first quarter alone, and the momentum built from there.“It was just a good night,” said Weber, a senior. “If one girl starts to hit, then the next girl does, and it just keeps on going. It’s definitely contagious.”Weber led Kent City with 30 points in the game, Harrison added 26 and Bowers scored 21.“The girls shot crazy,” Carlson said. “They just started out on fire – 10 in the first quarter, another eight in the second. When they started going, they really started going.”“The team we played just left us open in the first half, and we kept making them,” Weber said.Jenna HarrisonAmazingly, this sort of thing is not rare at Kent City. The Eagles actually broke their own state record of 23 triples, set in a game in 2013. They also own third place on the state record list, with 18 3’s in one game in 2015.Whitmore Lake holds the single-game boys record with 29.So long-range shooting is obviously a top focus in practice for Kent City, and has been for some time.“The girls work really hard on shooting and their shooting form,” said Carlson, whose team is averaging an impressive 62 points per game through 10 games. “We stress that. The girls take it to heart and work on it. We’ve had a lot of really good shooters come through our program.“This team (this year) has an incredible number of great shooters. We have five who can really shoot it.”Kenzie BowersThe Kent City girls program has been very successful in recent years, winning conference championships in seven of the past nine seasons, including four in a row since the school joined the Central State Activities Association.Last year the Eagles advanced all the way to the Class C state quarterfinals, and returned all five starters this season.So it’s no surprise that Kent City is currently 8-2 overall and 5-0 in conference play. The Eagles have their sights firmly set on winning yet another conference title and having another long run in the postseason.“I think things are going pretty good,” Weber said. “We put in a few new things in the beginning, and it’s coming together really well. 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Caption: (L-R) Principal of Cooper City High Wendy Doll, Gillian Daley, Chair of the South Florida Princeton Prize on Race Relations Committee, Jonathan Colan and Mayor of Cooper City Greg Ross. Cooper High Senior awarded for promoting diversity at schoolJamaican-American Cooper City High Student Gillian Daley has been honored by Princeton University this week for her efforts to promote greater diversity and equality. Daley was presented the Princeton Prize in Race Relations this past Tuesday, May 17, in Miami, in a special ceremony, with Cooper City Mayor Greg Ross in attendance.A senior at Cooper City High School, Daley was praised for founding her school’s Multi-Cultural Club. The club seeks to engage students and teachers to talk about empowerment issues, diversity, and race relations at the club’s bi-weekly meetings. She also organized events such as a Privilege Walk, to illustrate the many factors that play into people’s success, and erected the school’s Peace Pole. The Peace Pole displays the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in 14 languages.Daley is one of 33 high school students selected from around the United States as recipients of the 2016 prize. The awards recognize young people who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the cause of positive race relations and who have worked to increase understanding and respect among all races. Daley was the only students selected from Florida for the prestigious prize.The award is part of the Princeton University Diversity Project. Established in 2003, the project seeks to recognize young people who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the cause of positive race relations and who have worked to increase understanding and respect among all races. A board that consists of Princeton University alumni, administrators and students select the recipients. Recipients receive recognition and cash awards up to $1000 for their efforts determined to have a significant positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities.
LIVE TV Written By Last Updated: 13th May, 2020 09:13 IST Pac-12 Football Coaches Pitch Uniform Start To Season As Pac-12 football coaches pitched an NCAA-mandated uniform start to the season, some of the latest plans to fight the coronavirus in California SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Associated Press Television News As Pac-12 football coaches pitched an NCAA-mandated uniform start to the season, some of the latest plans to fight the coronavirus in California further muddled how college teams will return to play in the West.Washington coach Jimmy Lake said Tuesday in a video conference with reporters that he would prefer for all major college teams to begin six weeks of preparation for the season at the same time.”I’m of the opinion it would be great if the NCAA made a blanket rule for the whole nation of when we would start, and I understand some states may be less hit by this than most. And I’m sure there’s going to be some different opinions on this,” Lake said. “In my opinion, I believe the NCAA should step in and say, ‘OK, here’s the date when everybody can start.’”Colorado coach Karl Dorrell and Utah’s Kyle Whittingham backed Lake’s idea. For the season to start on time around Labor Day weekend, when Washington is scheduled to host Michigan, teams would need to begin six weeks of conditioning and practice in mid-July. Meanwhile on Tuesday, a Los Angeles County public health official said, according to The Los Angeles Times, that the county’s stay-at-home order is likely to extend through July. That could leave Pac-12 members USC and UCLA waiting until at least August before they begin preparing.Also, the chancellor of the California State University system said he expects the vast majority of classes on the system’s 23 campuses to be taught online in the fall. Shortly after that announcement, the California College Athletic Association, an NCAA Division II conference, suspended its fall sports season.None of the Pac-12 schools are part of the California State University system, but San Jose State, San Diego State and Fresno State are all FBS schools competing in the Mountain West. Some CSU system schools such as Sacramento State and Cal Poly compete in FCS, Division I’s second tier.College sports leaders, including NCAA President Mark Emmert, have said college athletes can’t return to campuses that are not open to the rest of the student body. What exactly constitutes an open campus has not been defined.The NCAA doesn’t have much authority over major college football. Conferences are taking the lead when it comes to how and when the season will start, with the Power Five commissioners at the forefront.Even Emmert has acknowledged that it is probably not realistic to think that 130 major college football schools across 41 states — all taking different approaches to fighting COVID-19 — will be in position to start competing at the same time.“I think there should be a blanket start as to when that six-week process or whatever time frame it is to prepare for your season (begins). I think the NCAA should govern that,” said Dorrell, the former UCLA coach who took over at Colorado on Feb. 23.Whittingham agreed with a uniform start to the season and that all teams should have the same minimum lead time to prepare. He also said he wouldn’t want athletes in some states where restrictions have been loosened to be prohibited from taking part in some training and conditioning supervised by coaches.“There’s imbalances and inequities all across the board in the NCAA, facility-wise, recruiting bases,” Whittingham said. “Nothing’s equal when you really look at it, and so I would hate to see athletes just sitting around that you could be training and getting ready for the season just because other places aren’t quite yet to that point.”Knowing the season could be delayed or disrupted by the pandemic, conferences and schools are looking into all sorts of contingency plans.USC coach Clay Helton said Monday the Pac-12 has talked about playing an all-conference, 11-game football schedule if necessary, but any decisions on what the upcoming season will look like are still weeks away from being made. “I think where we are is the definition of a fluid situation,” Stanford coach David Shaw said Monday. FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE First Published: 13th May, 2020 09:13 IST
Written By FOLLOW US COMMENT South Korea said on Sunday, June 28 that it will start allowing restricted numbers of viewers at sports games as the country returns to new normal after months of strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions and social distancing protocols.According to reports, South Korea witnessed one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside China and had put drastic restrictions into efforts to control the virus with “trace, test and treat” strategy while never imposing a complete lockdown. READ: Asia Today: South Korea Reports 62 New Cases, China Has 17Sports Ministry to allow limited peopleAccording to international media reports, the social distancing rules were relaxed to some extent in early May following a drop in the cases of infection and some professional sports such as baseball and soccer started new seasons.South Korean Health Minister Park Neung-hoo reportedly said on Sunday that the authorities will be taking precautionary measures to allow spectators at sports events. The minister refrained from elaborating on the plan of action. READ: ON THIS DAY: Germany Suffer World Cup Exit Against South KoreaSouth Korea’s sports ministry is expected to hold a meeting this week to discuss the details, As per reports, the Korea Baseball Organisation is planning to fill around 30 percent of stadiums.The move comes amid the second wave of pandemic that has tired concern in recent weeks, with the country witnessing around 35 to 50 new cases per day mostly in the capital city of Seoul. READ: South Korea Police Raid Office Of Anti-North Leafleting ActivistREAD: South Korea Reports 28 New Coronavirus Cases First Published: 29th June, 2020 00:25 IST LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Sounak Mitra Last Updated: 29th June, 2020 00:25 IST South Korea To Allow Limited Number Of Fans At Sporting Events After Weeks Of Restrictions South Korea said on Sunday, June 28 that it will start allowing restricted numbers of viewers at sports games as the country returns to new normal.
Related iStock/Thinkstock(LOGANVILLE, Ga.) — A Georgia woman was arrested Thursday morning after police say she fatally stabbed her husband and four young children.According to the Gwinnett County Police Department, responding officers found a man and four young children dead at a home in Loganville, a small town situated some 35 miles east of Atlanta. A fifth child was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries.A woman, whom police described as the “mom/wife,” has been detained.Homicide update: 1 adult male & 4 young children are deceased, 1 child transported to hospital with serious injuries. Mom/wife detained. pic.twitter.com/rlVJRJavCQ— Gwinnett Police Dept (@GwinnettPd) July 6, 2017 Cpl. Michele Pihera said in a press release that the specific ages of the children or a motive for the “horrendous crime” remains unknown.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
The Thai–Chinese Friendship Association in collaboration with TAT and the FYC Badminton Club recently staged the 17th World Chinese Badminton Championships at the Eastern National Sports Center in Pattaya from November 19-21.More than 3,000 badminton players, many of Chinese descent, from a total of 16 countries and of all abilities attended the event and competed in 30 separate categories over the three days of competition.Badminton players take part in the 17th World Chinese Badminton Championships at the Eastern National Sports Center in Pattaya on Friday, November 19. This mega event is designed to help strengthen relations and cultural ties between Thailand and China and a highlight at this year’s competition occurred on the final day when all the athletes were invited to join in the Loy Krathong festivities taking place around town.Organizers hope that by hosting events of this nature and magnitude it will further cement Pattaya’s place as a regional sporting hub within Asia.
The Chinese businessman’s executives have been working in the offices at Cornella for several weeks now. Once he has signed off for the shares and he has assumed the club’s financial commitments and debt – the agreement has already been struck – the operation will be formally closed and Chen Yansheng will then be, at last, the decision maker at the club. Upd. at 13:54 Chen Yansheng will officially become Espanyol’s biggest shareholder during the coming week. The Chinese businessman, who arrived in Barcelona on Friday to close his purchase, will buy 56.2 percent of the club’s shares. Mr. Chen will then be present for the La Liga game between Espanyol and Villarreal at Cornella-El Prat next weekend. CET By that point, everything should be finalised and he will be able to watch the game as the club’s largest shareholder. He will also assume responsibility for the syndicated loans, which was an essential reason behind ex-presidents Sanchez Llibre and Condal’s decision to sell. That event is likely to be held in early March and it is then that they will reflect on the new shareholder structure at the Barcelona-based club. The next step, which could also happen this coming week, will be for the current Board of Directors to call an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders. 17/01/2016 Sport EN One question remaining, though, is whether Mr.Chen will help economically in the current transfer market or if he will reserve his investment on the playing side of things until next season, when the project will take on renewed excitement for Espanyol fans.
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Children are the most vulnerable groups to the adverse effects of climate change and changes in the natural environment. Given this, it is especially important that children are aware of climate change and other environmental concerns, how they can be affected and what they can do. Environmental education (EE) is a holistic approach to learning in order to achieve an ecologically and socially sustainable future. Its primary purpose is to enhance an individual’s knowledge, attitudes, skills, values and motivation to improve the quality of the environment. Environmental education takes a cradle-to-grave approach as a means to achieve sustainable development.Infusing environmental curricula in the schoolsThe EPA recognises the importance of environmental education and engaging students and teachers in topics related to the environment. The Agency is committed to training teachers to infuse environmental education in the various subject areas. Encouraging the infusion model approach, enables teachers to provide environmental education across a range of disciplines. This method of engagement creates holistic thinking, greater understanding and critical self-awareness among students upon their values. For example, a Maths teacher can design a lesson around electricity where students calculate how much electricity their family uses and compare it to other students. Environmental education goes beyond the purview of Science and can be incorporated in any subject, which include, Art, Language, Social Studies, Poetry and Comprehension.Workshop targeting Social Studies teachersIn light of this, the Environmental Protection Agency was invited by the Social Studies Department at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) to conduct a training session on the importance of environmental education, more specifically infusing environmental education into Social Studies. The training was part of a two-day workshop for Grade Six teachers from Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice). The workshop which benefited approximately 35 teachers provided practical applications using various topics in the Social Studies curriculum on how children can be stewards of the environment.Teachers also learned about the EPA, the importance of environmental education, ways to infuse it in their classrooms and current environmental issues both global and local. Participants were tasked with incorporating an environmental issue into an existing Social Studies lesson. Working in groups, they presented lessons on land pollution, waste management and natural disasters.Teachers were encouraged to be creative in their approach to environmental education such as, utilising the natural environment as a classroom, incorporating simple games like environmental bingo and scavenger hunts to make concepts more concrete.When it comes to environmental education, students must be given the space to explore and think critically. Environmental education helps students understand how their decisions affect the environment and builds the knowledge and skills necessary to address complex environmental issues.Awareness is the first step to making informed choices. Environmental education is important as students grow up in a world that faces the threats of climate change. Although students did not create the issues caused by climate change such as sea level rise, deforestation and species lost, they inherit an earth that faces these concerns and therefore must be equipped with the tools to address them. The EPA is committed to continuing to engage students and teachers on different ways they can get involved. The workshop with NCERD was instrumental and necessary towards this end and both organisations have committed to working closely on future workshops.In November, the EPA will be hosting its ninth Teachers Training Camp in Environmental Education. Teachers currently enrolled at the various centres of the Cyril Potter College of Education can look forward to an engaging three-day nature camp, focused on infusing environmental education into various subject areas. Interested individuals can check with the Administrative department of their centre for more information.You can share your ideas and questions by sending letters to: “Our Earth, Our Environment”, C/O ECEA Programme, Environmental Protection Agency, Ganges Street, Sophia, GEORGETOWN, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.