Texila American University President Saju Bhaskar and Vice Chancellor, Dr Arulsamy Anand paid a courtesy call on Minister within the Public Health Ministry,From left: Texila American University Vice Chancellor, Dr Arulsamy Anand; Minister within the Public Health Ministry, Dr Karen Cummings; Texila American University President Saju Bhaskar and the Minister’s Personal Assistant, Richard FrancoisDr Karen Cummings on Thursday.Bhashkar and Anand discussed their initiative to provide a public health training programme for doctors at the New Amsterdam and West Demerara Regional Hospitals.The two representatives expressed gratitude to the Government for the support they are receiving at the Texila American University in Guyana.
0Shares0000Manchester United’s striker Alexis Sanchez gestures during the FA Cup fourth round football match against Yeovil Town January 26, 2018 © AFPLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 27 – Jose Mourinho hailed new signing Alexis Sanchez after he delivered a man-of-the-match performance to fire Manchester United into the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 4-0 win against lowly Yeovil Town on Friday.Sanchez was named in the starting line-up just days after he signed for United from Arsenal and was involved in the build-up to the first two goals, scored by Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera. Substitutes Jesse Lingard and Romelu Lukaku added late gloss to the scoreline as United ran out comfortable winners against their fourth-tier opponents.“Alexis Sanchez is a fantastic addition, everyone is happy that he comes,” said a delighted Mourinho. “Good players want good players. The question is always which one is going to be left out, it is not about that for us.“We have a fantastic group of attacking players and he is another one with more maturity and experience. His choice for the second goal is a choice that a player like Marcus Rashford is too nervous to make that kind of decision. He brings maturity and class.”Fresh from signing a contract extension with United, Mourinho put out a much-changed side for the fourth-round clash in his 100th competitive match in charge but the visitors still had far too much firepower for Yeovil.Sanchez lined up alongside Michael Carrick at Huish Park, with the veteran midfielder making his first start since September after he received treatment for an irregular heart rhythm.It was the second time the sides have met in the Cup in four seasons and United were desperate to avoid an embarrassing slip-up against a side fighting for their lives in the bottom reaches of League Two.United dominated possession early in the game but were unable to create many clear-cut chances despite a potent-looking forward line featuring the likes of Sanchez, Rashford and Juan Mata.– Sanchez sharp –Sanchez, wearing United’s iconic number seven shirt, looked sharp on the left side of the attack, drifting into central areas to orchestrate United’s attacks and taking some knocks from the rugged hosts.Seconds after he shot narrowly wide from the edge of the area, he was involved in the build-up to the opening goal, releasing Rashford on the edge of the box.Rashford lost control of the ball but a disastrous defensive mix-up in the home-side’s penalty area gifted the 20-year-old forward with a clear opening, and he made no mistake, giving United the lead five minutes before half-time.The football was scrappy after the interval, with the rotated United line-up struggling to find attacking rhythm but they extended their lead with half an hour to go, with Sanchez again central to the move.The Chilean carried the ball forward during a United break and fed Herrera, who finished impressively with his left foot.United began to find their fluency in the latter stages, with the in-form Lingard and Lukaku adding the goals to reflect United’s superiority.Elsewhere on Friday, Sheffield Wednesday beat Reading 3-1 in an all-Championship clash.On Sunday, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, who remain on course for an unprecedented quadruple, have a tough challenge against Championship high-fliers Cardiff while Chelsea face Newcastle.In another all Premier-League tie on Saturday, Liverpool host West Brom while Nottingham Forest’s reward for dumping out champions Arsenal in the third round is a trip to Hull.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Storm Eleanor is due to bring heavy downpours and potentially damaging winds to Ireland this evening, with weather warnings issued for throughout the night. Met Eireann have Status Yellow wind and rainfall warnings in place for Donegal this Tuesday night, with the wind warning to last through to Wednesday.Heavy and thundery rain is expected with this storm, with some spot flooding. Storm Eleanor will bring gale force and squally winds to the west this evening. There are warnings of severe and damaging gusts up to 90 and 110 km/h and very high seas on the Atlantic coast. STATUS YELLOWRainfall Warning for Connacht and DonegalValid: Tue. 02 Jan. 14:00 to Tue. 02 Jan. 21:00 Advertisement See https://t.co/9BeK3UcAwO for details. pic.twitter.com/kkyAhzXlhg— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) January 2, 2018Killybegs Cllr Niamh Kennedy has warned of the high probability of flooding in the area. She has issued a notice that sand bags are available at the Killybegs yard, adding that Bridge Street and shore front residents should be prepared as a precaution.RSA Ireland have alerted motorists that they should watch out for flash flooding and the risk of aquaplaning. Drivers are reminded that flooded roads may be deeper than they appear.The Irish Coast Guard are warning the public to stay away from exposed beaches, cliffs, piers and promenades during storm conditions. “If you see someone in difficulty in the sea or on the shore dial 999 or 112 and ask for the Coast Guard. Stay Back, Stay High & Stay Dry!,” the alert said. ESB has issued a strong alert to the public about potential outages and to stay clear of fallen wires. If you see damaged or fallen wires, call 1850372999 or 353 212382410. Do not approach.Featured image via @MetOffice Flood and wind warnings issued in Donegal as Storm Eleanor approaches was last modified: January 2nd, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Met Eireannstorm eleanorweather warning