first_imgTrainingOn 20 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article The virtual community has been listed as one of two finalists for the “best e-commerce site” of the year. The site, run by Sift Group, will take part in the Yell awards, run by the Yellow Pages on-line service The winner will be announced at a dinner on 11 July. is a virtual community for training, personnel and HR professionals with daily news bulletins, on-line training resources and a training and HR search engine.‘Court’ appearance drives safety message home• Managers from the electricity industry became the jury in a courtroom drama last month. Using vote-logging handsets and software, delegates heard a dummy case involving the death of a young boy. Around 230 delegates from the Electricity Association companies attended the two-day health and safety management conference to share best practice ideas and focus on the role of leadership in managing safety issues. Real barristers, with actors as defendants and witnesses, re-enacted a true-to-life court case involving the death of a boy who had tampered with a sub-station.£6m stake in on-line learning firm for Barclays• Barclays Private Equity (BPE) has made a £6m investment in on-line management training provider Academee. As part of the deal, BPE will take a minority stake in Academee and parent company Ellis Hayward, a training consultancy with clients including Glaxo-Wellcome, Nokia, Peugeot and ScottishPower. Academee was founded in 1998 by Simon Hayward and delivers Web-based training in management development and call centre training. Correction• The advertisement for the TD2000 conference “Training:an agenda for change” contains an error. Jeff Brooks of the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning will not be appearing. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Cricket News Watch: Hasan Ali dances to ‘Gallan Goodiyaan’ with wife Samia Arzoo after Dubai wedding

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali got married to Dubai-based Indian Samia Arzoo on Tuesday night. After the ceremony, Ali danced to the tune of Indian songs with wife Samia.A video shared on the Instagram page of Da Artist Photography, the official wedding photographers of the ceremony, shows Ali and Arzoo dancing to tune of famous Bollywood number ‘Gallan Goodiyaan’.They also shared several pictures of the wedding ceremony. These pictures and videos soon went viral on social media.The wedding was attended by close friends and relatives. Before the wedding, Ali shared a video of mehdi ceremony. One such video showed the Pakistan pacer celebrating his wedding the same way he celebrates getting a wicket. Pakistani journalist Saj Sadiq shared the video on Tuesday saying, “Hasan Ali doing his wicket-taking celebration at a desert safari ahead of his Mehndi today.”Hassan Ali doing his wicket-taking celebration at a desert safari ahead of his Mehndi today— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) August 19, 2019Before the wedding ceremony took place, Ali had shared a picture of himself with a caption: “Last Night as a bachelor! looking forward.”Last night as a bachelor..! looking forward— Hassan Ali 🇵🇰 (@RealHa55an) August 19, 2019Samia (26) is from Haryana. She is a flight engineer with Emirates Airlines, while her family members are settled in New Delhi. last_img read more

Briana Day controls the paint in 73-56 NCAA tournament win against Army

first_imgBriana Day slid across the baseline and lifted her arm in the air. The 6-foot-4 Day towered over Army’s 5-foot-7 Destinee Morris. After leaving Morris’ hands, the ball had only been in the air for a split second before Day swatted it out of bounds and into the front row of seats.Even in Syracuse’s 73-56 win, Black Knights head coach Dave Magarity remembered the play distinctly.“I’m sure Destinee Morris will have nightmares of that block,” Magarity said.The No. 4 seed Orange (26-7, 13-3 Atlantic Coast) blew out No. 13 seed Army (29-3, 17-1 Patriot) on Friday afternoon in the Carrier Dome in the Round of 64 of the NCAA tournament, 73-56, and Day served once again as the defensive stalwart she’s been all year. While only recording three official blocks, she got her hands on several other shots, took two charges and had a game-high 12 rebounds.Six-foot-2 Aimee Oertner, Army’s tallest consistent contributor, picked up four fouls within the first three quarters. She only played 17 minutes in total, allowing Day to have her way inside.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We tell our kids to let it fly when they are open, you don’t want to be indecisive,” Magarity said. “But, you may want to incorporate a ball fake in there.”Army’s offense was flustered the entire game. It ranks first in the country in 3-point percentage at 41.6. It averages 70.7 points per game.On Friday, the Black Knights scored just four first-quarter points and 10 in the second.“We didn’t want to foul,” Day said. “Just playing clean basketball, that’s what we talked about.”Orange head coach Quentin Hillsman stressed to his team that when Army does get to the basket, either block the shot or take a charge. Day did both.While Day made her presence felt on the defensive end, she also did it on offense. Her game-high six offensive boards elongated possessions and played a part in SU’s 21 second-chance points. Only one other time this season, has Day recorded at least three blocks and six offensive rebounds.“At the end of the day, she was a tremendous anchor,” Hillsman said, “and got us extra possessions. She had a good game.”A little more than three minutes into the second quarter, Day helped trap Oertner near the sideline at halfcourt. Oertner went to pass the ball to a teammate in the middle, but Day lifted her arms up, engulfed the passing lane and knocked the ball down to herself. Day dribbled half the length of the court and laid in the finger roll. On Army’s next possession, Day stuffed the Black Knights’ Aliyah Murray underneath the basket.Syracuse will next take on Albany on Sunday in the Round of 32. Great Danes forward Shereesha Richards ranks sixth in the country in scoring. But Day’s performance against Army was another example in a season filled with them of the influence she can have.“I don’t know a lot about Albany but we’ve played good teams with good post players,” Day said. “I don’t think it’s going to be a challenge.”It certainly wasn’t one against Army. Comments Published on March 18, 2016 at 11:12 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Related Stories Alexis Peterson leads Syracuse to blowout win over Army in NCAA tournamentSyracuse defense suffocates Army in 73-56 NCAA tournament winlast_img read more