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Ahmedabad, Oct 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday tacitly warned people in his home state Gujarat about the possible pitfalls of picking a government of a party different from the one at the Centre.

Addressing a public meeting after inaugurating a slew of projects, some of them of the level of Vadodara Municipal Corporation, Modi said that as Chief Minister he suffered at the hands of the Congress led UPA government as it would sit over development proposals because of its “anti Gujarat, anti development attitude”.

Mimicking former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a low soft tone, Modi said that every time he went to him with a request about laying sluice gates at the Narmada dam, he would say: “Abhi tak aapka ka am nahi hua” (Your work still not done).

The Prime Minister repeated this twice to sound like Manmohan Singh.

Then, Modi went on to cite instances of the Morarji Desai government at the Centre and the Babubhai Jashbhai government in Gujarat as well as that of Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Delhi and Keshubhai Patel in the state and his rule in Gujarat.

The Prime Minister said progress had been achieved only when the government in the Centre was sympathetic to the state interest and of the same party.

“If Atalji government was not at Centre, Gujarat would have never emerged from the devastating earthquake (of January 2001). The Centre stood strongly with the Keshubhai Patel government,” he claimed.

“Gujarat should not let go of a single opportunity to benefit from the government at the Centre which is sympathetic to Gujarat.”

The Prime Minister also hit out at the Congress stating that the only news during those times was that of large scale corruption.

“One lakh crore rupees gone. Two lakh rupees gone. There was corruption in everything, coal, submarine or helicopter. Since I have come, now they keep asking is how much money has come.”

Listing out his government priority programmes as providing electricity to every home by 2019 and house to ever family by 2022, Modi criticized the opposition for lack of vision.

“To them, public welfare works are not the priority. They think it is their birthright to rule. They do not have capability to think or have vision,” Modi said.

Again, he mimicked the late Rajiv Gandhi without naming him to claim that his own government would not procrastinate before launching development works.
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Virginia’s governor on Saturday told white supremacists, who had gathered in Charlottesville to protest the removal of a Confederate statue, to “go home” after three people were killed in violence at a rally and in a helicopter crash that police linked to the protest.”I have a message to all the white supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesville today. Our message is plain and simple: Go home,” McAuliffe said at a news conference. “You are not wanted in this great commonwealth. Shame on you.”

McAuliffe said via Twitter that he declared the state of emergency “to aid state response to violence at alt right rally in Charlottesville.”

“The acts and rhetoric in Charlottesville over past 24 hours are unacceptable and must stop.

Trump, who was preparing to sign a bill to extend a veterans health care program, called for a “swift restoration of law and order” in the city, adding “no citizen should ever fear for their safety and security.”

He did not answer questions from reporters after signing the bill, such as a reporter’s request for an explanation of what Trump meant by “many sides.”

Shortly after the rally had been canceled in Charlottesville, a car rammed into people in a street as they appeared to be leaving a counterprotest rally. Video showed some bodies flying in the air.

A 32 year old woman was killed and about two dozen other people were injured.

Police said they had the driver of the car in custody, identifying him later Saturday as James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio. Fields was being held on suspicion of second degree murder.

Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer said on Twitter he was “heartbroken” about the death and urged all those still at the protest site to go home.

Hundreds of protesters from both sides were involved in Saturday’s melee, throwing punches as well as water bottles and other items. Police used tear gas to separate participants.

The gathering at the University in Virginia, dubbed the “Unite the Right” rally,
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had previously prompted McAuliffe to warn people to stay away from the campus.

In what they called a pro white demonstration, torch bearing white nationalists marched Friday night through the university campus and gathered around the statue of General Robert E. Lee, a Confederate Civil War hero. They shouted epithets and slogans such as “white lives matter,” a take on the grass roots organization Black Lives Matter, which was created after several killings of black Americas by police officers. cities against such Confederate memorials of the Civil War era.

“We should call evil by its name. My brother didn’t give his life fighting Hitler for Nazi ideas to go unchallenged here at home. OGH” Senator Orrin Hatch, a Republican from Utah, said on Twitter. There are not ‘many sides’ here, just right and wrong,” Representative Adam Schiff, a Democrat from California, said on Twitter.

Among the white supremacists at Saturday’s rally were alt right leader Richard Spencer and former Ku Klux Klan member David Duke.

Duke said the rally “represents a turning point for the people of this country.”

“We are determined to take our country back. We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump,” he added.

Signer, the Charlottesville mayor, said he blamed Trump for inflaming racial prejudices during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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Governor’s Address on False Alert

January 15, 2018

I want to begin by offering my personal apology for the fear, anxiety and heartache the false alert on Saturday created for you. It was terrifying for all of us our families, visitors, and especially, the children of Hawaii.

My number one priority is the safety and security of the people of Hawaii and our visitors. Our everyday heroes are protecting our state, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. I thank them for their dedication and sacrifice.

I will not stand for scapegoating of our emergency management personnel when a number of unfortunate errors caused this event. Death threats are completely unacceptable and not how we do things here.

I am the governor and these good, decent emergency personnel work for me. I am ultimately responsible.

I wish I could say there was a simple reason for why it took so long to get the correction to the false alert out.

While we got to Twitter, TV and Facebook fairly quickly, we were hamstrung by a number of factors making it difficult to get a timely cancellation out to cell phones.

It is clear what happened Saturday revealed the need for additional safeguards and improvements to our state system.

I already directed the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency to cease their ballistic missile defense internal warning drill until a full review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the false alert is concluded.

We created an immediate process with a pre scripted cancellation and false alert message.

We imposed a two step, two person rule for all TV, radio and wireless activation.

And we established better protocols and lines of communication across our emergency management network.

Moving forward, there is much to fix, plan for and do.

Today, I signed an Executive Order appointing Brigadier General Kenneth Hara, the Deputy Adjutant General, to oversee a comprehensive review of our emergency management enterprise and to immediately implement needed changes. He will be working closely with General Miyagi and the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency team.

General Hara is also tasked with helping us, government, businesses, families and individuals know what to do, where to go and how to prepare.

Children going down manholes, stores closing their doors to those seeking shelter and cars driving at high speeds cannot happen again. We will do a better job of educating the public.

General Hara will give me an initial action plan within 30 days and a formal report in 60 days.

We’ve already made a number of fixes.

On Saturday, we went to work immediately to implement improvements to our emergency management system, staffing, and procedures to fix these problems. Let me be clear, false notifications and waiting for what felt like an eternity will not happen again. You have my promise on this.

I have also been pushing for the ability to test the cellular alerts, just as we do the monthly siren test. But it has been blocked nationwide. This has prevented us from testing the cell phone warning alert system.

Long before Saturday, I signed a formal opt in agreement with FirstNet. This is a nationwide broadband network for the first responder community being built across the state.

FirstNet makes it possible to exchange critical information instantly among all of Hawaii’s responder community.

They will have the latest and most accurate information and will be able to respond more quickly.

FirstNet will continue to function should telephone circuits and cell systems be overloaded.

I look forward to partnering with the legislature and our Congressional delegation to make sure we provide you with the tools and resources you need to keep you and your families safe.

We are a resilient community. We look out for and help each other.

Hawaii knows how to stand strong and defend itself. But we must also work for a more peaceful world. We must demand a de escalation with North Korea, so sirens and warnings become a thing of the past.

In the words of Martin Luther King, Junior, who we remember today, “The time is always right to do what is right.”
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Fishermen Association (PEIFA) to improve the effectiveness, quality and sustainability of the fish and seafood sector. In total, the $4.6 million project with the PEIFA involves infrastructure and equipment investments.

Lobster harvesters will pay half of the cost of the equipment with matching funding by the Atlantic Fisheries Fund, up to a maximum of $3,000 per harvester.

of the big challenges we (have) on wharves right across Atlantic Canada is to arrive at the wharf and be able to deliver a high quality live product that markets expect, that consumers expect, that processors require, LeBlanc said following the news conference. one of the challenges is anything that can improve the quality that arrives at the wharf in the best possible shape means fishermen will get a better price for it. fishermen will work with the PEIFA to access funding. Applications should be available in about two weeks. Fishermen Association says $2.4M in funding is for all core fishers

As for the types of equipment, LeBlanc said a lot of it centres around tanks on vessels that will hold the product refrigerated equipment that can bring the lobster back to the wharf in top quality shape.

vessels might look at systems of recycled seawater that continually keeps the product fresh and alive, LeBlanc said, noting that some fishermen may already be using this technology.

market will obviously pay top dollar for the highest quality product so anything that ensures consistency in the quality can help but ensure they get the best possible price. lobster catches are going to live market all over the world and time is money. The $2.4 million his government and the federal government gave Island lobster fishermen Thursday will ensure those lobsters are top notch. product goes live to markets all over the world. To get the product to China,
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for example, involves a 95 hour journey.

they land at the wharf in better health, which they will with this investment, that improves the strength of the market, the satisfaction of the customer and the demand for our lobster, the premier said. catches are going up, as we know, and we expect that to continue. said ensuring the product is of high quality cannot be overstated.

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MacAulay said.

Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay took part in a federal fisheries funding announcement in his Cardigan riding on Thursday. MacAulay said the $2.4 million from the federal and provincial governments earmarked for the lobster and seafood industry will ensure top quality product goes out.

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But the Government said laws in place were already “adequate” to deal withdiscrimination on gender grounds a decision that Ms Thorp called “a cop out”

TheLondon tempturned up at PwC in flat shoes, but was told she had to have a two to four inchheel.

“We welcome the commitments made by the Government to increasing awareness of those rights, and hope that the next Government will monitor how this changes women’s experiences of the workplace.”

MPs had been told how women in heels were expected to climb ladders, move furniture and walk for great distances, while others were told to unbutton their blouses to entice male customers when they investigated the issue.

The Government rejected calls by the committees for changes to tribunal rules and more in depth monitoring of failed discrimination claims.

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said: “This petition, and our inquiry, have already done a great deal to improve public awareness of the law.

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“I very much hope that the next Government will honour the commitments made in the response to our report.”

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Senate leadership and the White House are negotiating over two parallel issues how long a government funding bill should last and what it should include, and what to include in a bill to protect DACA and improve border security, a source told Cordes. on Saturday, suggesting they expect a shutdown.

Sen. Joe Donnelly, D Indiana, Sen. Joe Manchin, D West Virginia, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D North Dakota, and Sen. Doug Jones, D Alabama, all announced on Friday they would vote for a short term funding bill, called a continuing resolution or CR.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R South Carolina, suggested a spending bill that even shorter than the current 30 day proposal. He wants something that would fund the government closer to through Feb. 8.

lengthy conversations with senators from both parties, I believe no one wants the government to shut down, Graham said. also believe that we are inside the 10 yard line on finding solutions on all issues previously described including immigration. House legislative affairs director Marc Short said he still thinks it possible to reach a short term spending deal Friday night, but that a deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is unlikely in the next 48 hours.

Late Friday afternoon, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said he thinks there is a good chance Congress will reach a deal before Monday, not offering much hope for a deal by midnight. Mulvaney floated the possibility of weekend votes.

On Friday afternoon, Mr. Trump spoke with Ryan by phone, according to a source familiar with the communication.

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CBS News Margaret Brennan reports. according to a White House official. Schumer told reporters afterward that progress had been made, but there no deal yet.

had a long and detailed meeting, Schumer said. discussed all of the major outstanding issues. We made some progress, but we still have a good number is disagreements but discussions will continue.

Mr. Making progress four week extension would be best!

Meanwhile, the executive branch is laying out plans for a shutdown.

A senior White House official on a conference call Friday night said the president could stilltravel to Davos, Switzerland, on Air Force One in the event of the shutdown, because funding for such travel is at his discretion. Mr. Trump had been scheduled to leave Washington for Mar a Lago for the weekend on Friday, but the White House canceled his scheduled departure.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said it would extend the declaration of a public health emergency for the opioid crisis. The initial declaration was to expire on Wednesday.

Mulvaney sent a memo of frequently asked questions and answers regarding what to do in a shutdown to department and agency heads.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief Scott Pruitt issued a memo to employees stating the agency has enough funding for now, and directing employees to come into work next week, no matter what happens. House passed the bill, known as a continuing resolution (CR), in a 230 197 vote Thursday night. Afterward, Speaker Paul Ryan, R Wisconsin, said he was urging Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D New York, not to shut down the government.

only people standing in the way of keeping the government open are Senate Democrats, Ryan said.

If lawmakers don extend funding by Friday night, the government will shut down early Saturday. It would be the first government shutdown since 2013. Mr. Trump tweeted about the possibility Friday morning.

Government Funding Bill past last night in the House of Representatives. Now Democrats are needed if it is to pass in the Senate but they want illegal immigration and weak borders. Shutdown coming? We need more Republican victories in 2018!

This marks the fourth short term spending bill Congress has had on its plate since September. Democrats, however, remain largely opposed to the measure because they want it tied to a larger immigration deal over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and border security. Shortly before the vote, the House Freedom Caucus said a majority of its members had voted to approve the measure, making passage more certain.

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led an unsuccessful effort to defund Obamacare. Republicans went on to retake control of the Senate in the 2014 midterm elections. It unclear how a government shutdown would affect either party in this year midterm elections in November.

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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp announced Wednesday she is running for re election in 2018, a decision she says was cemented the night before while attending a dinner with President Donald Trump.

“I really felt last night that there’s an opportunity to do some good bipartisan work,” Heitkamp said in an interview with The Bismarck Tribune. “If I didn’t think I was getting things done, I don’t know that I’d want to stay here.”

Many Republicans, including opponent state Sen. Tom Campbell, said her announcement was not surprising, citing the $3 million she’s raised in campaign funds. Heitkamp said she made her announcement Wednesday to answer the questions she’s been getting about her plans.

“A lot of people speculated, ‘She’s already made up her mind.’ That’s not true,” Heitkamp said. “I don’t think preparation is equal to decision.”

Heitkamp, North Dakota’s only Democrat to hold statewide elected office, has held the Senate seat since 2013 after narrowly defeating Republican Rick Berg.

Heitkamp has been in the national spotlight recently, last week flying on Air Force One with Trump to Mandan, where the president brought her on stage during his speech and called her a “good woman.”

She was one of three Democrats invited to the White House on Tuesday night to discuss tax reform.

“I’d love to see a broad, bi partisan tax reduction bill that really provides benefits to the middle class,” Heitkamp said.

She cited her efforts to support lifting the oil export ban, responding to concerns about the opioid crisis and fighting to improve lives for Native American children as some of her accomplishments.

“We have a pretty good record and I’d like to continue that work because there’s so much more to do,” Heitkamp said.

Kelly Armstrong, chairman of the state Republican Party, said he thinks Heitkamp is going to have a tough time explaining some of her votes to North Dakotans. Specifically, he mentioned Heitkamp’s vote against repealing methane emissions, which many criticized as a vote against the energy industry.

Heitkamp said, at the time, her vote was influenced by the position of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, which would have been most affected by the rule.

Campbell, of Grafton, is the only Republican who has announced he’s running, but several are rumored to be considering the race.

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of Bismarck, is considering a run and Rep.

“What Kevin decides to do will drive, I think, a lot of other things,” Armstrong said.

Armstrong said he hopes Republicans have five or six people seeking the seat to energize voters.

“Energy drives turnout, and if we turn out Republican voters in North Dakota, we should be able to beat Sen. Heitkamp,” he said.

Barbara Headrick, a political science professor at Minnesota State University Moorhead, said it will be interesting to see if the national Republican party tries to push for a particular candidate because it is a targeted seat.

“Given that North Dakota is a Republican state, I expect it will be close, but Heitkamp has the advantages that come with incumbency and an overall good reputation in the state,” she said.

Headrick added that she doesn’t think Heitkamp’s willingness to work with Trump on tax reform will hurt her with Democrats.

“You may hear a few grumble, but who else do they have that can win this seat?” Headrick said.

North Dakota’s Democratic NPL Party is thrilled that Heitkamp is running for re election, said chairwoman Kylie Oversen, calling her a “consensus builder” who fights for what’s right regardless of party affiliation. Senate, Heitkamp has been a staunch advocate for North Dakota, a powerful voice for our families and a tireless fighter for rural America,” Oversen said in a statement.

Dustin Peyer, a wildlands firefighter and Driscoll resident, also has announced he’s running as a Democrat for the Senate seat.

Peyer said Wednesday he’s glad Heitkamp stepped into the race. But he was critical of the out of state campaign funds that Heitkamp and other members of North Dakota’s Congressional delegation receive.

“I believe it’s time we have more candidates who are people funded and people oriented,” Peyer said.

Campbell, who said he spent 100 hours campaigning around the state last week, said he’ll support Trump’s agenda 100 percent of the time.

“I feel she’s sided with her liberal Chuck Schumer Democratic Party so often,” Campbell said. “I just feel that when you get somebody conservative like me you’ll know where I’m always standing.”

Heitkamp declined to comment about Campbell, saying she’s focused on what she’s done for the people of North Dakota and what she intends to do if re elected. Heitkamp, a former North Dakota attorney general and tax commissioner, lost a race for governor in 2000 against Republican John Hoeven,
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HALIFAX A Nova Scotia retiree who is fighting to regain a personalized licence plate after it was deemed unacceptable says governments allow many potentially offensive phrases and names, and anonymous complainers should not be able to take his good name from him.

The provincial government withdrew Lorne Grabher licence plate it reads simply, after officials agreed with a complainant that it was a unacceptable slogan. an affidavit filed this month in support of his constitutional challenge of the decision, Grabher cited Halifax Water transit ads headlined minds are in the gutter, sht, and proud of your Dingle, the last one a reference to a prominent waterfront tower.

my view, it is glaringly arbitrary and hypocritical for government to engage in such vulgar expression, when I am prohibited from displaying my surname on a licence plate, he says in the affidavit, filed in Nova Scotia Supreme Court.

He cited place names including Dildo, Red Indian Lake, and Blow Me Down Provincial Park in Newfoundland and Labrador; Crotch Lake and Swastika in Ontario; and Old Squaw Islands in Nunavut.

He also cited Sandy Hook, Manitoba, saying the name has become affiliated with gun violence after the 2012 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

Grabher battle is supported by the Alberta based Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, which argues that the wording of regulations for personal licences are so vague they violate freedom of expression guarantees in the Charter of Rights.

Grabher notes his family had used the plate for 27 years in Nova Scotia before the province withdrew it on Jan. 12, 2017, and a family member continues to use a similar plate in Alberta.

He says he has not intended to offend anyone, and is insulted and humiliated that his name had been deemed offensive.

am increasingly dismayed by the hypersensitivity of some people who are by every little thing they encounter. I am further dismayed that these offended ones are not content only to be personally offended. Rather, they seem uniformly inclined to try to use the power of a supposedly state to do something about their whining, he says in the affidavit.

is not a country where a person gets to be at everything. Canadians who complain to the government about every little thing should be politely but firmly informed that we live in a cultural mosaic that respects individual freedoms. Such diversity and freedom are impossible if the government seeks to eliminate or limit every little thing and every little difference that could be perceived as to someone.

am dismayed that some anonymous, misinformed, overly sensitive individual, hiding behind their anonymity, can dictate to an entire province that my good name is suddenly an slogan, when it has never before been any such thing, nor is it today. says his last name is a point of pride for his family and its Austrian German heritage.

A spokesman for the provincial Transport Department has said while the department understands Grabher is a surname with German roots, this context isn available to the general public who view the plate.

The personalized plate program, introduced in 1989, allows the province to refuse plates deemed offensive, socially unacceptable or in bad taste.
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Liberal government turned down funding slaughterhouse waste composting at Westwold and two other Interior locations in favour of a contract to truck material to Alberta. The decision means a provincial federal program will not fund proposed projects at Westwold, Grindrod and Silver Creek. Instead, it will fund Interior Agri Solutions Inc., which will truck both waste (brain and spinal cord tissue) that requires special handling as well as thousands of tonnes of carcass material with no risk. Joe Heemskerk, the Westwold feedlot operator and rancher whose project was bitterly opposed by residents, said he is disappointed but not surprised by the decision. “Feedlot operators supported it big time and got shouted down,” Heemskerk said. Cattlemen (Association) never supported it.” Heemskerk said government should look at the beef industry’s pleas for help with a careful eye after it did not back slaughterhouse composting operations. “Government shouldn’t give them any money for anything. industry.”
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America, remember this name: Mandy Harvey. The 29 year old singer, who is deaf, took to the America’s Got Talent stage with an original song, “Try.” Harvey lost all of her hearing when she was 18 and was accompanied on America’s Got Talent with her interpreter, Sarah.

“I have a connective tissue disorder, so basically I got sick and my nerves deteriorated,” she explained to Simon Cowell.

Harvey has been singing since she was four, but left music after losing her hearing more than 10 years ago. However, she returned to her passion thanks to muscle memory, using visual tuners and trusting my pitch. Before she sang, she took her shoes off to feel the tempo and beat of the music through the floor of the stage.

She penned “Try,” which impressed the judges, because, “after I lost my hearing, I gave up. But I want to do more with my life than just give up,” she said.

“Good for you,” Cowell said. He eventually used his Golden Buzzer on the singer from Florida after she wowed the judges. Just look at Mel B.’s shocked face the moment Harvey started singing. She received a standing ovation from Mel, Cowell, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel, as well as the entire audience.

“Mandy, I don’t think you’re going to need a translator for this,” Cowell said before hitting the Golden Buzzer.

“That was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen and heard,” Cowell told Harvey after he joined her on stage. “Honestly, I never think I’m going to be surprised or amazed by people and then you turn up. Just the fact that you are you, and it was your voice, your tone, the song was beautiful. Congratulations, you are straight through to the live shows.”
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You’ve seen them warming the Illini up during pregame and making sure the players are hydrated during games. Bet you didn’t know Illinois’ student managers could play a little, too.

The man who lit up the scoreboards at Williams Arena, aka “The Barn,” at Minnesota and at Wisconsin’s Kohl Center goes by Cliff Libman, a nickname devised from his penchant for the Cliff Bars stocked at the Illinois practice facility and his ability to wipe up sweat off of floors with Libman mops.

The Morton alum’s shooting motion isn’t necessarily textbook, but that doesn’t matter on this night. As he released shot after shot at Ubben Basketball Complex on the Illinois campus during the 9 o’clock hour, the arch of the ball was as pure as any shot taken next door at State Farm Center the following evening, when Illinois would take on No. 6 Michigan State.

“Hey, that guy’s hit four in a row,” said former Michigan State guard and former professional Thomas Kelley, who played point guard for the Michigan State managers. “Make him drive.”

Homa and the Illinois managers sat fifth in the country heading into Sunday night’s game in a ranking system devised by one of the Michigan State managers.

“We would all get together and play pickup in the offseason,” former Tuscola guard and current floor manager Kyle Pugh said, “and basically it was understood that we wanted to make it a bigger thing this season.”

Two years ago, three Michigan State players devised a system that ends with a manager Final Four, which takes place just before the real Final Four. To get to that tournament, a 64 team bracket is created. Rather than actually play out a full tournament, Twitter polls decide the winners up until the final eight. GoFundMe pages bankroll their trips.

Regular season games are usually hastily put together the day before real games. The ability to put on a game depends upon how many managers traveled with the team and how many support staff are willing to play for the road team. The managers may not know whether they’re playing until hours before the game, and even when they do, they don’t know who will decide to play.

“When they come to you, you don’t know if a coach is playing, if a former player is playing, a (graduate assistant),” said Blake Woodard, Illinois’ head video manager and acting coach for the manager team, “so you just adjust.”

Last Sunday, 6 foot 8 freshman Xavier Tillman and 6 foot 6 sophomore Kenny Goins, who would play the next day for Tom Izzo’s squad, walked into the gym at Ubben. Luckily for Illinois, they were simply there to watch, enthusiastically cheering on the guys who bring them their water, assist with their drills, cut up their film and do much more on a day to day basis.

Although none of them were in attendance last Sunday, Illinois coaches and players are engaged with the manager games.

“They’re always cheering us on in the office,” Woodard said. “It’s pretty cool, on road trips when we play, the next morning the first thing that’s always asked by the coaches and players is, ‘Did you guys get the (win) last night?'”

Ultimately, Homa and the rest of his team went cold in the second half of last Sunday night’s game, and Illinois’ lead dissipated against the Spartans. Kelley and Michigan State were too much for them in a 79 73 loss for the Illini.

After the game, the Illinois managers Facetimed with head floor manager and coach Jack Liss, and Homa smiled as he let out a few expletives.

Frustrating as it was, it was clear the Illinois managers didn’t take themselves too seriously as they gathered with the Michigan State managers for a photo.

The season, of course, is far from over. The Illini hope to make a run with the help of Illinois fans, of course.

“The last couple of seasons have been good,” Woodard said. “We haven’t done great in the Twitter polls, so hopefully Illini Nation can help us out this year. We’ve been good, but we haven’t been this good.”
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The funnyman is taking the reigns on hosting the first ever MTV Movie TV Awards, and while the awards show may have a new title, we have a feeling that if it’s like past years, the show’s going to be the same brand of insanity as per usual.

From Will Smith to Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Silverman and more, some of Hollywood’s wildest stars have hosted the music channel’s big movie show and had some truly zany and memorable moments. Let’s take a gander through the ghosts of hosts past and take a look at five of the most insane host moments of all time from MTV Movie Awards.

1. Sarah Silverman Goes for the Jugular in 2007:

The queen of comedy was out for blood when she hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2007. She was one of the first hosts to really give the censors a work out with her expletive filled hosting style. She was definitely not about playing Mrs. Nice Guy that night!

The bawdy brunette, who was also all about making vaginal lips out of her actual lips, had jaw dropping attack after jaw dropping attack in a Spartan esque monologue, calling out Hollywood, specifically Paris Hilton (who left the show early to head to jail for her DUI). Her hosting style may have made people’s skin crawling at times, but it was all about being a bad ass!
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Back in November, Jon tried to put the legal kibosh on having his kids appear on the cable channel. He and the network eventually reached a truce, but the same can’t be said for him and the current Dancing With the Stars contestant. While details of the deal paved the way for Kate’s return to the tube, Jon filed for primary custody of the eight just yesterday.

Well, too bad. Kate’s first special her new role as a single mom set to air sometime in June. And that’s not even half of the paso doble princess’s upcoming screen time.

She’s also getting her own series.

Twist of Kate will follow the megamom profiling women and their struggles based on letters she receives from women who claim to have been inspired by her story. And it won’t be a talk show will be visiting their homes and taking a hands on look at their lives.

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” she tells USA Today. “I want to be out there learning from others, helping to provide insight whenever I can, though I don’t consider myself an expert on anything.”

The new gig will last for 12 episodes and begin airing late in the summer.

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Kenneth Lee’s departure by Christmas will mark the an end of an era for the busy shopping street, once second only to the high street in terms of the variety of shops and people.

Kenley was one of three main fighter stations during the Battle of Britain, and thought Mr Lee, a good name for a shop, the moniker passing to him.

He said he would miss the shop but was pleased to have been of service to local folk for so long in his quaint shop.

Mr Lee, who went 25 years without a holiday as he established the business, said he was bewildered by the computer age with people buying shoes on line without trying them on.

In the early days a pair of shoes was an investment, usually British made in leather and many times mended before they were thrown away.

And although he still has some loyal, regular customers, the retail revolution has left him behind and taken many of his clients with it.

Surrounded by stacks of boxes and yellowing notes Mr Lee’s time warp shop is a far cry from the shopping malls and supermarket outlets that people are used to.

Some of his stock is so old, made by names long consigned to retail history, that they have crossed over into vintage and fancy dress.

But despite the apparent lack of order Mr Lee knows exactly what is where and can locate a man’s slipper or silver sandal in a flash.

Mr Lee started off working as a trainee manager for national shoe chain W E Turner which had two branches in Great Yarmouth.

After 10 years he decided to branch out on his own opening a shop in Pier Walk, Gorleston,
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in October 1964 and a shoe repair shop in Baker Street in March 1968.

In 1972 the Pier Walk shop relocated to Beach Road, trading well until it closed in October 2004.

The shoe repair shop closed in 1978 when he moved to his present site in Bells Road, becoming particularly popular for slippers,

“The idea behind it was to try and sell British made footwear,” he said. “Unfortunately now the majority of footwear is made abroad. It has all been taken over by the ‘wear and throw it brigade’. Footwear is virtually disposable whereas it used to be a reasonable investment.

“I wanted to sell everyday footwear for ordinary people. I did get quite famous at one time for Dr Martin boots selling to Australia all through word of mouth. I always tried to find what people wanted, odd sizes, big sizes it was basically customer service. I always tried to oblige.”

These days Mr Lee still finds a niche market for certain styles as well as canvas boat shoes and plimsolls, popular with students who have had a “mania” for them over the last three years.

“The moulded sole has its place in footwear history but it has become more disposable. Something that is leather is healthier to wear and can be repaired. A lot these days are just worn and thrown away,” he said.

Mr Lee plans to wind down from October and finish by Christmas, allowing him to spend more time with his wife of 60 years Kathleen, their daughter and grandchildren.

“I shall miss it,” he said. “I have got a great satisfaction out of satisfying people’s needs. The relationship with customers has gone with time. I am amazed that people buy footwear on the internet and seem to be pleased with that service.

“Some of the stock has been here since the 1970s. If you keep it long enough fashion repeats itself.”

He has sold yachting shoes to New Zealand, children’s shoes to Hawaii and sandals to South Africa and is reckoned to be one of the last independent shoe shops in the area.
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Called In Your Shoes, the meetings will be held at the Gorleston hospital next month as part of an initiative that aims to improve the quality of patient care.

Patients will have the opportunity to meet nurses, doctors, managers and other health care staff and tell them about their real life experiences face to face.

Mr Lower said: “We are really keen to listen to the experience and views of patients in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and surrounding areas, whether they feel there is room for improvement or have had a positive experience.

“This is a genuine opportunity to influence the future of the care we provide.”

“We sincerely hope people would like to be part of these sessions. We need their help as we can only improve and offer services when, where and how the people we serve want by listening and learning the In Your Shoes meetings offer us this opportunity.”

Next month’s In Your Shoes meetings follows several months of controversy at the hospital.

In November, trust chairman John Hemming resigned following criticism after two failed inspections by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The hospital, which serves east Suffolk and Norfolk, was criticised by the CQC for unacceptable standards in nutrition, feeding and meal times. For next month’s sessions the hospital trust wants to listen to a wide range of patients,
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Each session will last about two hours and will each involve 20 patients and 20 staff discussing experiences individually and in groups.

Travel costs, including parking, will be paid and refreshments provided.

The workshops are due to take place on Tuesday, January 17 from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm, Wednesday, January 18 from 9.30am to noon, Thursday, January 19 from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm and Friday, January 20 from 9.30 am to noon.
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Gordon Ramsay offers desperate chef work experience during online question and answer sessionTHE famous chef had been taking part in a Q session when the struggling chef asked for advice and Ramsay replied with the offer.15:11, 20 APR 2015The advice offered by Gordon Ramsay (Image: SWNS)

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FOUL MOUTHED celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay sent an online forum into meltdown after he offered a desperate chef work experience.

The Scots cook had been taking part in a Q session on the discussion forum Reddit where users had a chance to grill the chef with unusual questions.

But the event took a turn when a struggling chef asked for Ramsay’s advice on how best to manage the stressful life of working in a top kitchen.

The weary chef, who went by the username alfredo_linguini, described his home life as being a “disaster” complicated by having a “deadbeat” dad.

He said the only saving grace was the coffee at the end of a shift which made “the previous 14 hours of sweat and tears kind of worthwhile”.

Ramsay, who has reduced chefs to tears on Hell’s Kitchen for years appeared touched by the user’s plea and offered his advice for anyone dealing with burnout.

He said: “First of all, I’ve been in your shoes, and what you need to do is take a break.

“So I came out of my training in Paris, after getting my ass kicked in some of the best restaurants in the world.

“I took some time off, and got aboard a boat, and was a private chef on a yacht. And those 6 9 months off allowed me to regenerate.

“I’d run myself into the ground, as you described. Cooking at this level is so intense. So don’t give up.

“Be honest with yourself, and take a month out.”

Near the end of his response, Ramsay offered the troubled chef a life changing opportunity to experience work in one of his kitchens.

He said: “Listen if you send me your resume, I could look at putting you into one of the restaurants as a work experience, if you want to see something different, in order to make sure you don’t come off the rails, to see something different, to create that level of interest.

“Never give up. But don’t be scared to take a break.

“I did it myself, traveled the world, through Sardinia, Sicily, and had the most amazing time, and what i learned after that experience was that I could do in one hour on a boat what i was doing in 14 15 hours in the professional kitchen.

“It confirms what you’ve learned, when you walk into a new establishment. It shows how strong you are.”

His response quickly became the highest voted reply on the forum thread and sent other users into meltdown.

The shocked chef could not believe his luck and wrote back: “Just the fact that Gordon even responded, and his advice is on point!
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As a musician, he lived life for over 30 years, lucky to do most of it with his high school buddies. At home, he worked just as tirelessly at being a good father, son, brother, husband and friend. No one worked harder on every part of their life than Gord. No one. Minister Justin Trudeau was in tears as he paid tribute to Downie and how he devoted the last chapter of his life to advocating for the rights of Canada Indigenous Peoples.

loved every hidden corner, every story, every aspect of this country, Trudeau said.

wanted to make it better, he knew as great as we were we need to be better than we are. That why this last year been devoted to Chanie Wenjack and to reconciliation. This is something I certainly drawn inspiration and strength from.

are less without Gord Downie.

While the Hip was frequently described as quintessentially Canadian, Downie had dismissed the suggestion that he set out to celebrate his homeland in song.

haven written too many political lyrics, he said in an interview with The Canadian Press in 2014. have I written any pro Canada lyrics, any kind of jingoistic, nationalistic cant. That stuff doesn interest me and I don even know if I could write that if I tried because I don really feel it.

causes are quite obvious. Music brings people together. So my function in anything I do is to help bring people closer in. the aftermath of the shocking May 2016 announcement that Downie had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer the band said it would mount a tour which many correctly assumed would be the Hip last.

Interest was off the charts and tickets sold out nearly immediately. While the band managers assured fans that Downie was prepared to people minds, he was suffering from serious memory issues. In the recently released documentary Time Running, Downie recalled his struggles with lyrics as he prepared to perform.

actually couldn remember a damn thing. I think I started to cry, the singer said of the first tour rehearsal. Dave (Billy Ray) Koster, the Hip technical director, recalled Downie trouble with the hit Music at Work, a song which repeats its title in the lyrics 18 times.

would look at me and say,
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what that line called? and then he would write it down, Koster said. Downie ultimately had six teleprompters on stage to help him get through the concerts.

Despite conflicting with its coverage of the Summer Games in Rio, the CBC broadcast the last show of the tour live in the Hip hometown of Kingston, Ont. and thousands of fans also attended public viewing parties across the country to experience the band swan song.

An impassioned Downie led the group through a nearly three hour set and acknowledged the country enthusiastic support.

you, people, for keeping me pushing and keeping me pushing, he said from the stage, which prompted a chant from the audience.

He used the national platform to call for more attention to the inequities faced by Indigenous Peoples, particularly in the North.

in good hands, folks, real good hands, Downie said in reference to Trudeau.

cares about the people way up North, that we were trained our entire lives to ignore, trained our entire lives to hear not a word of what going on up there. And what going on up there ain good. It maybe worse than it ever been, so it not on the improve. (But) we going to get it fixed and we got the guy to do it, to start, to help. two months later, Downie released the multimedia solo project Path, which recounted the life of 12 year old Chanie Wenjack, who died in 1966 after running away from a residential school in northern Ontario. While Downie didn attend the Juno festivities, he appeared in a pre recorded acceptance speech during the telecast.
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‘You stabbed me, you bd!’ Gorbals knife thug sent to Carstairs after targeting four strangersEdward Coyle attacked a supermarket worker, a student, a project manager and a cleaner during his bizarre stabbing spree.13:25, 21 NOV 2017Edward Coyle started stabbing strangers in the Gorbals in Glasgow, inset, and has now been sent to Carstairs (Image: PA/Daily Record)

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A judge has ordered a man who stabbed four strangers over a three day period to be detained at a high security psychiatric institution.

Edward Coyle, 50, targeted a supermarket worker, a student, a project manager and a cleaner in Glasgow in March last year.

The High Court in Edinburgh heard how Coyle suffers from a serious mental illness and needs specialist medical care.

A consultant psychiatrist told judge Lord Armstrong that Coyle needed to be treated at the State Hospital in Carstairs, Lanarkshire.

Dr Prathima Apurva told the court that there would be a risk of Coyle attacking other people if he were sent to a mainstream prison.

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Edward Coyle was sent to the high security State Hospital at Carstairs after stabbing four strangers in three days, including a grandmother as she walked to work

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Lord Armstrong then passed an order compelling Coyle to receive medical treatment for his health.

He also passed a separate order which compels Coyle to be detained at the psychiatric mental health institution.

The judge then told Coyle that sending him to the State Hospital was the most appropriate sentence available to him.

He added: “You have been convicted of a number of serious crimes. I accept the information which been set out in the reports and the oral evidence of Doctor Apurva. It is my conclusion that I should impose a restriction order as well as compulsion order.”

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A judge ordered him held at Carstairs state mental hospital whilst doctors there assessed his health.

During proceedings, the court heard how Coyle stabbed Alberto Sanchez, 29, in the arm on March 15 last year as the victim headed to work in a supermarket in the Gorbals. Alberto told the trial he was left standing in “a puddle of blood”.

Hours later, Coyle assaulted student Fiona Robertson, 22, near the Merchant City. She wept as she told how she fought him off but was left with holes in her clothes.

That evening, project manager Paul Sweeney, 44, was walking to his car in the Gorbals when Coyle came at him “with some purpose” and knifed him in the chest.

Paul said he shouted at him: “You stabbed me, you bd!” Coyle struck again on March 17, stabbing cleaner Margaret Campbell, 58,
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six times as she walked to her cleaning job in the Gorbals in the early hours.