John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university PLAY LIST 01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Read Next MOST READ “I don’t understand the rule,” said Nikola Vucevic, who had 24 points and 12 rebounds for Orlando. “Pretty much any home team, if you’re up one and still got 1 second (on the clock), as soon as somebody throws it, just run the clock, and if somebody touches it, it’s a jump ball. It doesn’t make any sense. I think they’ve got to look into that. That’s frustrating when things out of your hands hurt you. But at the same time, that’s not why we lost the game.”Aaron Gordon scored 28 points and made a driving, go-ahead layup with 5 seconds to play for the Magic, who trailed 106-97 before scoring 10 straight points. Lopez then drew a foul while backing into the low post with 0.6 seconds left, and he coolly made both free throws.“I knew I was going to hit them,” Lopez said. “It was bizarre. I guess we had the game-winning jump ball.”Lonzo Ball had 16 points, six rebounds and five assists for the Lakers, who broke open a tie game with an 11-0 run midway through the fourth quarter, capped by Lopez’s thunderous dunk with 6:09 to play. But the Magic stormed back and trimmed LA’s lead to 106-105 when Jonathon Simmons made one of two free throws with 33 seconds left.Isaiah Thomas added 13 points and nine assists off the bench for the Lakers, who thrived despite the absence of leading scorer Brandon Ingram for the third straight game due to a strained groin.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ threatens Games View comments “It’s obvious we’ve got a young group, and we didn’t execute down the stretch,” Thomas said. “I still don’t even know how it ended. I don’t even know what the call was. That (stinks) for the Magic. I’m glad we won.”TIP-INSMagic: Before the game, Orlando waived guard Rashad Vaughn. His sore knee would have prevented him from playing out the rest of his second 10-day contract, so the Magic made the move. … Evan Fournier scored 11 points before being sidelined during the second half by a sprained left knee.Lakers: They wore their powder-blue Minneapolis Lakers throwback uniforms. … Ingram won’t return until Sunday against Cleveland at the earliest. … The 7-foot Lopez somehow didn’t get a rebound in 35 minutes of play. “Fun fact,” he said with a sardonic grimace.ROOKIE ROLLKyle Kuzma had 20 points and 10 rebounds in one of his best games of 2018. The University of Utah product had at least 20 points and 10 rebounds for the first time since Dec. 22 at Golden State. He appeared to hit the rookie wall in January.THE BIG PAYBACKWhile recording their 10th win in their last 11 home games, the Lakers avenged an embarrassing loss in Orlando on Jan. 31. The Magic routed the Lakers 127-105 at Amway Center, even without Gordon in the lineup. That embarrassment partly sparked the Lakers on their current run of strong form, with nine wins in 14 games since that defeat.UP NEXTMagic: At Sacramento Kings on Friday night for the third stop on a five-game road trip.Lakers: At Denver Nuggets on Friday night. Lopez scored 27 points and hit two free throws with 0.6 seconds to play, and the Lakers blew a nine-point lead in the final 90 seconds before rallying back to beat Orlando 108-107 on Wednesday night.The game ended with a curious sequence of events. When the Magic inbounded the ball at midcourt after Lopez’s free throws, the clock started before anyone had touched the long pass. But because the mistake was technically a clock malfunction, the officials said the teams must have a jump ball at center court instead of replaying the possession, effectively preventing the Magic from getting a final chance to win.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“Just common sense would tell me in that situation, if the clock started early, just redo the possession,” Orlando coach Frank Vogel said. “They felt otherwise.”The weird ending ruined an otherwise thrilling finish between the Magic, who have lost nine of 11, and the surging Lakers, who have won six of seven. LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton and Orlando Magic head coach Frank Vogel, hidden in a crowd of Magic players, waiting for a ruling on the final play of the game in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles Wednesday, March 7, 2018. The Lakers won, 108-107. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)LOS ANGELES — After the Los Angeles Lakers surged to a big late lead, the Orlando Magic erased it all and even went in front with 5 seconds left. Brook Lopez put the Lakers back ahead in the final second, setting the stage for a momentous finish.Thanks to a mistake with the Staples Center clock, the Magic didn’t even get the chance.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH James delivers in clutch as Cavs shoot down Nuggets Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus
ST. LOUIS— The New York Mets left 25 men on base and went 1 for 26 with runners in scoring position. In the end, they still managed to pull out a win.Ruben Tejada hit a sacrifice fly in the 18th inning and Mets outlasted the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 Sunday in the second-longest game this season.Boston beat the Yankees in 19 innings in April. In this one, it took 5 hours, 55 minutes for the Mets to top the NL Central-leading Cardinals and avoid a three-game sweep.After Tejada’s bases-loaded fly gave New York the lead, Eric Campbell drove in another run with a squeeze bunt.“Weird stat,” Campbell said. “Not something to be proud of but you get the ‘W’ and it makes everything else better.”New York loaded the bases in the 18th on singles by Wilmer Flores and Curtis Granderson followed by a sacrifice from Plawecki that Martinez didn’t cleanly handle. Tejada followed with his deep fly and Campbell then bunted.The game was scoreless until both teams got a run in the 13th.Carlos Torres (3-4), the seventh Mets pitcher, gave up one hit in two innings.Carlos Martinez (10-4), who was scheduled to start on Tuesday night, was pressed into relief and was the Cardinals’ eighth pitcher. He allowed five hits and four walks in four innings.“We were trying to stay away from Martinez but it got to the point where it was not possible,” Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. “We needed him to come in and pitch some tough innings.”The Mets got 16 hits and drew 13 walks. Kevin Plawecki hit an RBI single for their lone run until the 18th.The Cardinals got 13 hits, including Kolten Wong’s leadoff homer in the 13th inning, and five walks. St. Louis went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position.“We just couldn’t push it across when we needed,” Matheny said. “It’s a shame but they just kept coming.”New York put at least one runner on base in every inning except the first and had runners in scoring position in all nine extra innings. The futile hitting with runners in scoring position was the majors’ worst since at least 1974.The Mets’ total of stranded runners tied the third-most in major league history and they became the first team since Kansas City on June 6, 1991, to leave as many runners on and still win. Only Philadelphia (27) in 1973 and San Diego (26) in 1979 left more runners stranded in a game — and both teams lost.“That’s not good,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “We aren’t happy about that. Neither are some of the guys that left them on. I’ve never seen more flying helmets in my life.”Mets starter Jonathon Niese gave up five hits in 7 2/3 innings. Cardinals rookie Tim Cooney pitched three-hit ball for 5 2/3 innings.This wasn’t the first time these teams endured a scoring drought against each other at Busch Stadium. They played 18 scoreless innings on April 17, 2010, before both teams scored in the 19th and the Mets won 2-1 in the 20th.Granderson doubled in the 13th and scored on Plawecki’s single off Carlos Villaneuva.Wong tied it with his homer off Jeurys Familia. Jhonny Peralta singled with one out and went to third on a two-out double by Yadier Molina before Familia struck out Tommy Pham to extend the game.TRAINER’S ROOMMets: OF Michael Cuddyer said after the game he might have to go on the disabled list if his sore left knee doesn’t respond to treatment scheduled for Monday. He left the game in the bottom of the eighth after singling in the top of the inning.Cardinals: OF Jason Heyward didn’t start after exiting Saturday night’s game because of leg cramps. Heyward also has been dealing with a head cold that Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said has been making the rounds through the clubhouse. Heyward later pinch hit.UP NEXTMets: Trailing Washington by two games in the NL East, New York opens a three-game series Monday at Nationals Park. Matt Harvey has not allowed a run in 13 innings while beating the Nationals twice this season. Gio Gonzalez starts for the Nats.Cardinals: Have their last off day in July before opening a two-game series at Chicago against the White Sox on Tuesday.TweetPinShare0 Shares
The Music Empowers Foundation and platinum-selling recording artist and American Idol winner, Kris Allen have announced the start of the Music Matters To Me video contest.During the month-long contest, music education supporters will submit short videos explaining why they feel music education is important. All participants will have the chance to win thousands of dollars for their favorite local music education programs.All music education supporters who submit a qualifying video will receive a $50 DonorsChoose.org gift card, which they can use to help fund a classroom education project of their choosing. Those who submit a winning video will receive up to $2,500 in DonorsChoose.org gift cards and a direct donation from Music Empowers and Kris Allen to their local music education program in their honor.“My fans are very generous and they love to see their contributions put to work at the local level, ” said Mr. Allen, who recently raised thousands of dollars for Music Empowers Foundation with an online concert. “Music Empowers and I thought this video contest would be a fun way to help channel some money right back into local music ed. programs that the fans get to choose.”According to Andy Davis, founder of Music Empowers Foundation, funding isn’t the only goal of Music Matters To Me. “Because all the videos submitted will be shared on our website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed, we are hoping to generate increased awareness of the importance of music education and maybe inspire a few new advocates as well,” explained Mr. Davis.The contest is open to all supporters of music education and videos can be submitted through August 31st. Contest winners will be announced after Labor Day.To enter and learn more about the Music Matters To Me video contest, click here.Source:PR Newswire
UK regulator Ofcom has awarded its first two licences for local digital-terrestrial TV channels.The first channels licences to be awarded were to Latest TV Ltd to offer a service of the same name in Brighton & Hove and Channel 7 Television Community Interest Company to offer a service called Lincolnshire Living in Grimsby.The licences are for up to 12 years. The move follows a invitation in May to apply to run local TV services in 21 areas. Services are expected to be available on the internet, cable and satellite as well as via the reserved DTT capacity. Ofcom hopes that some channels will be on air by the end of next year.
Telefónica is reportedly offering Vivendi a TV content deal on top of its €6.7 billion bid for the latter’s Brazilian unit GVT as it battles it out with Telecom Italia to secure an agreement with the French media giant.Reuters has reported that the Spanish telco is offering at TV content deal alongside its €6.7 cash and shares offer, citing an unmanned source. Telecom Italia reportedly is preparing an offer worth €7 billion to secure the acquisition of GVT by its Brazilian subsidiary TIM Brasil in a deal that could see Vivendi take a 20% stake in the Italian operator.Telefónica is in the process of acquiring control of Canal+ España from Prisa Group and Mediaset in Spain, while Vivendi owns Canal+ France and is keen to build alliances and make acquisitions that would provide opportunities for the latter to distribute its content internationally.The latest development follows news that Telecom Italia is preparing a €7 billion shares-based offer, reported by Bloomberg, citing unmanned sources. Telecom Italia, in which Telefónica is the largest single shareholder through the Telco holding vehicle, has confirmed it is interested in creating “an industrial combination that include integration of the Brazilian businesses of the two groups” but said that “no offer has been finalized or made”.Telecom Italia deputy director Marco Patuano met Vivendi chairman Vincent Bolloré in Paris last week to discuss the matter.
DerryMOSS PARKPolicePolice appeal over hoax security alert in DerryPSNI ShareTweet “Keeping people safe is of paramount importance and we will not take any chances. “Police would ask anyone who was in the area or anyone driving in the area with dash-cam footage that could assist us with our enquiries to contact detectives at Strand Road on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 1664 12/07/19. “Alternatively, information can also be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, which is 100% anonymous and gives people the power to speak up and stop crime.”Police appeal over hoax security alert in Derry was last modified: July 15th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: DETECTIVES are appealing for witnesses and information following the report of a suspicious object in the area of Moss Road, Derry on Friday, July 12.This suspicious object was examined by ATO and declared a hoax. A PSNI spokesperson said: “Police would like to thank the local community for their patience while we worked to keep them safe.
By Angela Betsaida B. Laguipo, BSNJul 10 2019Premature infants who fail to grow as expected or thrive may have problems with the development of their microbiome, a new study suggests.A team of researchers at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago found that extremely premature babies fail to grow while others develop normally due to certain metabolic differences triggered by specific gut microbiome alterations.The study, which was published in the Scientific Reports, shows that the reason behind why premature infants fail to thrive or develop normally like other infants despite similar caloric intake is because their bodies respond as if they were fasting. The study also suggests that the unique makeup of gut bacteria might also be linked to their inability to appropriately metabolize certain nutrients. “Our identification of the distinct features within the microbiome and metabolism associated with growth failure might point to new ways to predict, prevent and treat this pervasive problem among preterm infants,” Dr. Patrick Seed, Associate Chief Research Officer of Basic Sciences at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and co-author of the study said. The researchers believe that the study, specifically comparing microbiome and metabolism of infants, can help improve preterm baby development and interventions in the future. Journal reference:Younge, N., Newgard, C., Cotton, M., Goldberg, R., Muehlbauer, M.J., Bain, J., Stevens, R., O’Connell, Rawls, J., Seed, P., and Ashley, P. (2019). Disrupted Maturation of the Microbiota and Metabolome among Extremely Preterm Infants with Postnatal Growth Failure. Scientific Reports. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-44547-y “In our study, we investigated the relationships between the intestinal microbiome, metabolism, and growth in preterm infants. The significant associations we found will need to be reproduced by more studies in the future,” Dr. Seed explained. Prematurity and the baby’s needsDuring the first few months in a premature baby’s life are mostly focused on critical care providing the needed nutrients for healthy development. Over the past decades, the quality of care and nutritional practices in dealing with a premature baby has dramatically improved. These had led to many babies coping well with infancy and becoming healthy children.But, some infants may have problems with nutrition and they do not progress at the same rate as their peers. What’s more, some preterm babies seem to be unable to metabolize nutrients are effective as others. Hence, the researchers believe that the differences in gut microbiome make up may play a pivotal role in the baby’s ability to develop normally.The gut bacteriaRelated StoriesNon-pathogenic bacteria engineered as Trojan Horse to treat tumors from withinA bacterium may limit cardiovascular risks of 1 in 2 people, study showsFood allergy caused by absence of beneficial bacteria in the gutThe gastrointestinal tract consists of trillions of microbes. This means that there is more gut bacteria present in the digestive tract than the cells found in the body. From there, there are at least 400 species of bacteria and they’re crucial for digestion of food, synthesizing nutrients and vitamins, and fighting off harmful pathogens. Overall, they are vital for overall health.Research shows that specific microbiome characteristics are major factors in the development of certain conditions, including asthma, obesity, allergies, diabetes, depression, autoimmune disease, and some types of cancer.Also, among premature infants, some studies have shown that their gut bacterial composition is markedly different in those who were born at the right age. The new study followed 58 preterm babies, all with an average age of gestation of 26 weeks. When they turned 40 weeks, about 60 percent of the babies had severe postnatal growth failure, which means their weight was less than the third percentile on growth charts.Moreover, 36 infants had growth failure and the rest developed normally. Also, the groups had persistent differences in gut bacteria and metabolism regardless of complications of prematurity, including intestinal perforation, intestinal inflammation or necrotizing enterocolitis, and blood infection or sepsis.They also found that premature infants, particularly those who fail to grow had altered maturation of gut bacteria. They also found delayed metabolic development, suggesting deficiencies in the metabolism of glucose and other non-lipid compounds. They, therefore, depend on fatty acids. The infants are in a consistent state like fasting. Bacteria Lactobacillus, 3D illustration. Normal flora of small intestine, lactic acid bacteria. Illustration Credit: Kateryna Kon / Shutterstock He added that current medicine lacks the ability to determine infants who are at highest risk for growth failure. The study on microbiome may pave the way to guide individualized care for preterm infants. “This might explain why simply increasing caloric supply for infants with growth failure often does not work. In order to develop effective treatments, we need to better understand how their inability to utilize nutrients for energy is influenced by delayed maturation of the microbiome and metabolism,” Dr. Seed added.
Explore further Ukraine on Thursday marked 32 years since Chernobyl, the world’s worst nuclear disaster, saying it would “remain an open wound in the hearts of millions.” A total of nearly 350,000 people living within a radius of 30 kilometres of the plant were evacuated for many years.About 600,000 Soviet citizens who became known as “liquidators”—mostly emergency workers and state employees—were dispatched with little or no protective gear to help clean up and build a concrete sarcophagus over the damaged reactor.The number of deaths directly due to the accident is still a matter of debate, with estimates varying from around 30 to one hundred thousand.In November 2016, a massive metal dome was erected over the remains of the reactor paid for with 2.1 billion euros ($2.5 billion) in international funding to stop future leaks and ensure the safety of Europeans for generations.As a result, radiation levels close to the reactor fell by 90 percent over the course of a year, according to official estimates. The accident spread radioactive fallout across Europe in 1986, particularly contaminating Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.”Chernobyl will always remain an open wound in the heart of our country, in the hearts of millions of people,” President Petro Poroshenko wrote on Facebook.Several hundred people gathered overnight for a ceremony at a memorial to victims in Slavutych, a town 50 kilometres (30 miles) from the nuclear power plant.Mourners lit candles and put flowers in front of memorial plaques. Many of the power station’s personnel moved to Slavutych after the accident. In Minsk, people also gathered at a memorial to victims and soldiers marched bearing baskets of flowers.On April 26, 1986, reactor number four at the Chernobyl plant, some 100 kilometres north of the capital Kiev, exploded during a botched safety test.The reactor burned for 10 days, sending radioactive elements into the atmosphere that contaminated three-quarters of Europe, according to some estimates.Soviet authorities tried to cover up the accident. Sweden was the first to raise the alarm after scientists detected a spike in radiation levels on April 28. Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev did not make a public statement until May 14. Citation: Ukraine says Chernobyl remains an ‘open wound’ 32 years on (2018, April 26) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-04-ukraine-chernobyl-wound-years.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Ukraine marks Chernobyl disaster amid efforts to secure reactor (Update) © 2018 AFP People light candles and place flowers at the monument for victims in Slavutich, some 50 kms from the accident site Soldiers bearing flowers at the Chernobyl victims’ memorial in Minsk
Thomson Reuters executives announced that the staff reduction of 3,200 jobs would affect 12 percent of its workforces, while the number of its offices would be reduced by 30 percent to 133 locations Citation: Thomson Reuters announces 3,200 job cuts over two years (2018, December 4) retrieved 17 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-12-thomson-reuters-job-years.html Financial data and news agency Thomson Reuters announced Tuesday cuts of 3,200 jobs and dozens of office closures worldwide over the next two years as part of a restructuring. Explore further Executives told an investor conference in Toronto that the staff reduction would impact 12 percent of its workforce, while the number of its offices would be reduced by 30 percent to 133 locations.”The majority of employees have already been notified,” spokesman David Crundwell told AFP.He said Thomson Reuters routinely looks to streamline its operations. “This disciplined approach sometimes includes the need to make personnel, or other, changes which allow us to balance our internal resources with the needs of our customers in a highly competitive environment,” he said.The markets welcomed the company’s cutbacks, sending Thomson Reuters stock up 1.17 percent to $50.40 at around 1830 GMT in Toronto and New York.The announcement comes after the company sold a 55 percent stake in its financial and risk unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group in order to focus on its legal and tax businesses.Thomson Reuters is also one of the world’s largest news services, ahead of The Associated Press and Agence France-Presse, but its news operations account for only six percent of the company’s total revenues.Last month, it reorganized its European news bureaus, laying off journalists in France, Germany and Italy. Newswire clients including newspapers, television, radio and online have been struggling with an erosion of readership and plummeting advertising revenues.In October, AFP announced cuts of 125 positions or five percent of its workforce over five years in a bid to return to black. © 2018 AFP Thomson Reuters to cut 3,000 jobs This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Next Mumbai: 12-year-old boy drowns in pit at Worli Sea LinkThe boy was admitted to a nearby hospital by locals but he was declared brought dead.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiJuly 13, 2019UPDATED: July 13, 2019 20:12 IST A 12-year-old boy drowned in a pit in Mumbai, Maharashtra | Photo from ANIHIGHLIGHTSThe pit was dug for Coastal Road Project at Coastal RoadThe boy was rushed to a nearby hospital after the incidentThe boy was declared dead by the hospitalA 12-year-old boy in Mumbai drowned in a pit on Saturday.The 12-year-old boy drowned in the pit dug for a Coastal Road Project at Coastal Road, Worli Sea Link.The boy was admitted to a nearby hospital by locals but he was declared brought dead.Earlier in the week, heavy rainfall in Mumbai led to the temporary suspension of activity at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.Large parts of the city and suburbs, besides Palghar, Thane and Raigad, were lashed with heavy rain since this week.As Mumbai started the week on a flooded note, a roof collapsed in Shivaji Nagar in Govandi. Eight people were injured in the incident.According to the Indian Meteorological Department, Mumbai will experience intermittent rain or showers with heavy falls at isolated places.Also Read | Mumbai’s Tulsi lake overflows due to heavy rainsAlso Read | Mumbai: Unable to locate 3-year-old Divyansh who fell into gutter, search teams call off operationsAlso Watch | Did this scooter fall into a rain-filled pothole’ in Mumbai?For the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byMohak Gupta Tags :Follow MumbaiFollow Worli Sea Link
WB: ASI allegedly thrashes shopkeeper for filing complaintThe complainant Raju Dey, a resident of Duttapukar claimed he was threatened by a local Arjun Mondal. advertisement Next Asian News International DuttapukurJuly 13, 2019UPDATED: July 13, 2019 19:14 IST Raju Dey (in pic) said he was called to the police station where he was brutally beaten by ASI Anich Ali Khan. (Photo: ANI)A shopkeeper was allegedly brutally beaten up by an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) at the Bidhannagar South Police Station here for filing a complaint against a person who had threatened to kill him.The complainant Raju Dey, a resident of Duttapukar claimed he was threatened by a local Arjun Mondal.According to Dey’s family, Mondal parked his bike in front of his shop on Friday and passed lewd comments and gave a life threat to him. Following which, he filed a complaint with the Bidhannagar South Police Station.Later, Dey said he was called to the police station, where he was brutally beaten by ASI Anich Ali Khan, who questioned him about his complaint.On Saturday, Raju lodged a complaint against the ASI, demanding immediate action against him.Raju was shifted to a government hospital where he is presently undergoing treatment after being allegedly beaten up by the policeman.TMC councillor Nirmal Dutta condemned the incident and told ANI that Bidhannagar police has assured strict action against the ASI if he is found guilty.Also Read | Man arrested for posing as police officer in Delhi’s Karol BaghAlso Read | 5 cops suspended after old video of them thrashing woman with belt goes viralFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byChanchal Chauhan