Gobernador Wolf: 11 años a $7.25. Los trabajadores de Pennsylvania merecen un aumento

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter July 24, 2020 Economy,  Español,  Minimum Wage,  Press Release Hoy se cumple el 11° aniversario del último aumento del salario mínimo en Pennsylvania. El piso salarial del estado se ha quedado estancado en $7.25 desde el 24 de julio de 2009, cuando el gobierno federal, no el estado, aumentó el salario mínimo. Dado que tantos trabajadores luchan por sobrevivir, especialmente los trabajadores esenciales que brindan servicios vitales durante la pandemia, el Gobernador Tom Wolf hizo un llamamiento a la Asamblea General para que finalmente aumente el salario.“La fecha de hoy es un triste recordatorio de que en todo el estado muchos trabajadores son remunerados con salarios de pobreza porque Pennsylvania no ha aumentado el salario mínimo en más de una década. Muchos de ellos son trabajadores esenciales, quienes durante la pandemia de COVID-19 se han puesto a trabajar y se arriesgan para prestar los servicios en los que todos confiamos.“Mientras que esas personas tan dedicadas se quedan atrás, otros 29 estados, incluidos todos nuestros vecinos, han aumentado el salario de sus trabajadores. Es ridículo que un residente de Pennsylvania gane menos por el mismo trabajo que alguien en West Virginia, Ohio o New York. A los habitantes de Pennsylvania se los conoce por su tremenda ética laboral, pero muchos de ellos, especialmente nuestros trabajadores esenciales, no pueden afrontar el pago de sus necesidades básicas. Eso debe ser inaceptable para todos nosotros.“Once años es demasiado para que las personas trabajadoras, sin importar la edad, tengan que luchar contra los salarios bajos. Ahora más que nunca, es hora de que la Asamblea General los escuche. Es hora de aumentar el salario mínimo de Pennsylvania”.View this information in English.center_img Gobernador Wolf: 11 años a $7.25. Los trabajadores de Pennsylvania merecen un aumentolast_img read more

The unrivalled views and design helped attract top price for this home

first_img30 Meiers Road, Indooroopilly.AN INDOOROOPILLY property that sold for a whopping $2.2 million has been described as “far superior” to most other homes around it.McGrath Estate Agents – Paddington selling agent Alex Jordan sold the property at 30 Meiers Rd on June 1. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201930 Meiers Road, Indooroopilly.Mr Jordan said the median price for the Long Pocket precinct of Indooroopilly was $1.8 million.“This home is much better than average and is far superior to most other homes that surround it,” he said. 30 Meiers Road, Indooroopilly.Mr Jordan said a family with young children at St Peters Lutheran College bought the property.He said in this pocket of Indooroopilly stock had always been tight with strong buyer demand. “This is partly due to the area being made up of homes on large blocks (no units or townhouses), tucked in between the Brisbane River, Indooroopilly Golf Club and St Lucia Golf Links,” he said.“This property is one of the most elevated blocks in the area, on over 1000sq m,” he said.center_img 30 Meiers Road, Indooroopilly.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home was innovatively designed by Fergus Johnstone and never to be built out.last_img read more

House proves its family home status

first_imgBut it is outside this Queenslander really shines, with a spacious deck and entertainers pavilion.Mr Bird said they had made a few changes to the home — installing internal stairs, adding airconditioning in some rooms and sourcing antique oil lamps for lighting — but had tried to be sympathetic to the home’s old world charm.He said his fondest memories would be seeing the family gathered in the open-plan kitchen and lounge area for Christmas, or on the deck for a birthday barbecue.“I sometimes look around the house and think, it has been such a privilege to live here,” he said.The house is being marketed by Leigh Kortlang at Ray White – Ascot. 194 Bonney Ave, Clayfield, is full of character features“It was the first house we had where all of the children were able to have their own room,” Mr Bird said.“They (the twins and triplets) are two years apart and as they got older, the downstairs area was really good as they had their own space.”Wonga Villa was built at 194 Bonney Avenue at Clayfield in the early 1900s. Character features remain in abundance throughout the house, which sits on a 771sq m block.The journey back in time begins as you step through the front gate, and enter an established tropical garden overlooked by wide verandas.Stairs lead on to the wide veranda and in to a central hallway which gives direct access to two large bedrooms and a lounge and formal dining room of “ballroom proportions”. It is here that two marble fireplaces take centre stage. There is no shortage of charm in the main living spaceMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoA modern but character-filled kitchen overlooks an informal family room with ornate cedar fireplace and a spectacular tree-lined, private entertaining area. PATRICIA and Peter Bird’s grand colonial Queenslander has well and truly proven its worth as a family home.The couple bought Wonga Villa in Clayfield in 2001 and raised their five children — one set of twins and one set of triplets.But the kids, now adults, have flown the nest and it is time to downsize.center_img And the large spacious bedroom have been restoredOutside, there is a separate entertainers pavilion and a sauna on the main rear deck. The kitchen retains many character features but has been given a modern touchA further bedroom, study, two bathrooms and a sauna complete the upper level. On the downstairs level, there is an open-plan rumpus, kitchen, dining and living space, a third bathroom and four more spacious bedrooms. There is also a separate entrance further opening up the possibilities for Wonga Villa.last_img read more

August 11,2017 Police Blotter

first_imgAugust 11,2017 Police Blotter081117 Batesville Police Blotter081117 Decatur County EMS Report081117 Decatur County Fire Report081117 Decatur County Jail Report081117 Decatur County Law Reportlast_img

Early entries top 110 for 28th annual IMCA Harris Clash

first_imgSPRING VALLEY, Minn. – Early entries are in hand from more than 110 drivers for Tuesday’s Harris Clash. George Nordman, Mason City, Iowa Marcus Yarie, Wausau, Wis. Ryan Schilling, Durango, Iowa Robert Wittkopf, Green Bay, Wis. Jayden Larson, Mankato Richie Gustin, Gilman, Iowa Aaron Benson, Clear Lake, Iowa Tom Berry Jr., Newburg, N.D. Chris VanMil, Barnesville Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, Iowa Jared Nytroe, Brandon, S.D. John Burrow Jr., Denver, Colo. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, Iowa More information about the Clash, presented by the TraLo Companies of Owatonna, is available on the www.harrisclash.com and www.deercreekspeedway.com websites, and by calling event promoter Bob Harris at 515 292-9200.  Troy Cordes, Dunkerton, Iowa Tyler DeBouche, Green Bay, Wis. Josh Appel, Mason City, Iowa Modifieds race for $3,000 to win, plus a $500 bonus if their chassis was built by a Manufacturers’ Cup participant, plus a berth on the 2020 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. Top prize for the Northern SportMods is $1,200. Ryan Ruter, Clear Lake, Iowa Zane DeVilbiss, Farmington, N.M. IMCA Modifieds and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods headline the 28th annual event at Deer Creek Speedway on Aug. 6. Thirteen states are represented by the list of pre-registered competi­tors. Todd Stinehart, Waseca Bill Wegner, Armstrong, Iowa Robb Nutt, Armstrong, Iowa Steve Reynolds, Springfield, S.D. Jeremie Hedrick, Embarrass, Wis. Mike Mullen, Seymour, Wis. Dylan VanWyk, Oskaloosa, Iowa Jeff Ignaszewski, Wells Thomas Nelson Jr., Aurora, Colo. Rod McDonald, Manchester Ronn Lauritzen, LaPorte City, Iowa New this year is the 10-lap, $1,000 to win Harris Clash Race of Champions open to all former Clash winners and sponsored by Wehrs Machine and Racing Products. The highest finishing non-qualifier in that race receives a provisional start in the main event. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif. Jason Snyder, Dunkerton, Iowa Aaron Krohn, Slayton Adam Hensel, Baldwin, Wis. Chad Porter, Madison Lake Jake McBirnie, Boone, Iowa The Harris Clash will be broadcast by IMCA.TV.  Dakota Sproul, Hays, Kan. Nick Meyer, Whittemore, Iowa Jesse Skalicky, Fargo, N.D. Dan Paplow, Dundee Pre-registered Modified drivers include: Clint Hatlestad, Glencoe Garett Wilson, Carlisle, Iowa Doug Smith, Lanesboro, Iowa Ricky Thornton Jr., Adel, Iowa Zack Rawlins, Kellogg, Iowa Tim Ward, Chandler, Ariz. Austin Schrage, Cresco, Iowa Clint Morehouse, Colona, Ill. Matthew Meinecke, Jamaica, Iowa John Albrecht, Glencoe Joshua Moulton, Rush City Mike Kennedy, Madison Lake David Siercks, Princeton Jesse Sobbing, Malvern, Iowa Chris Burke, Altoona, Iowa Mark Noble, Blooming Prairie Dan Menk, Franklin Brekken Kleinschmidt, Shawano, Wis. Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa Jeff Larson, Freeport, Ill. Austin Wolf, Algona, Iowa And pre-entered Northern SportMod drivers are:  Mike Burbridge, Delhi, Iowa Zach Nitsch, Delia, Kan. Michael Wytaske, Hartland Joel Rust, Grundy Center, Iowa Chase Ellingson, Ackley, Iowa Scott Olson, Blairsburg, Iowa Rob Charapata, Green Bay, Wis. Brayton Carter, Oskaloosa, Iowa Zach Davis, Lonsdale Josh Foster, Newton, Iowa Troy Gudmonson, Savage Nicholas Carpenter, Leavenworth, Kan. Jason Bass, Fort Dodge, Iowa J.D. Auringer, Waterloo, Iowa Rocky Caudle, Ellsworth, Iowa Chris Abelson, Sioux City, Iowa Mark Elliott, Webster City, Iowa Sam Wieben, Dysart, Iowa Nate Whitehurst, Mason City, Iowa Bart Taylor, Sheridan, Wyo. Jason Pansegrau, Toledo, Iowa Ethan Braaksma, Newton, Iowa Aaron Johnson, Brainerd Geoff Jeche, Juneau, Wis. Tyler Soppe, Sherrill, Iowa Mike Mashl, DePere, Wis. Johnathon Logue, Boone, Iowa Jim Chisholm, Osage, Iowa Kelly Shryock, Fertile, Iowa Jeff Carter, Mapleton Tim Bergerson, Eagle Lake Brian Kauffman, Reinbeck, Iowa Jared VanDeest, Holland, Iowa Joe Docekal, Dysart, Iowa Dallas Nutt, Armstrong, Iowa Tony Wedelstadt, New London, Wis. Hunter Longnecker, Woodward Colby Fett, Sexton, Iowa Jacob Bleess, Chatfield Jake Sachau, Denison, Iowa Ben Chapman, Clarence, Iowa Brandon Schmitt, Sun Prairie, Wis. Kelly Henderson, Minot, N.D. Erick Thiesse, Brainerd Benji LaCrosse, Green Bay, Wis. Nate Chodur, Lake Mills, Iowa Jeremy Mills, Britt, Iowa Ben Stockton, Kansas City, Mo. Dustin Wudstrack, Tigerton, Wis. Mat Hollerich, Good Thunder IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National and E3 Spark Plugs Minnesota State points will be awarded in both divisions; Modifieds also earn Side Biter Chassis North Central Region points.  Pit gates at Deer Creek open at 3 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 4 p.m. Hot laps are at 6 p.m. with the drivers’ meeting and racing to follow. Spectator admission is $20 for adults and $5 for kids ages 12 and under. Pit passes are $35 for adults, $20 for students ages 6-15 and $5 for ages five and under. Brandon Williams, Platte City, Mo. Jake O’Neil, Tucson, Ariz. Jacob Murray, Hartford, Iowa Andy Tiernan, Madrid, Iowa Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif. Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla. This is the second year Deer Creek has hosted the Clash; defending race winners are Cayden Carter in the Modifieds and Jake McBirnie in the SportMods.last_img read more

Judge: Broward Wrongly Fired Teacher for Alleged Incident

first_imgA state judge has concluded that the Broward County School District should not have fired a teacher who was accused of choking a student.The defendant, 56-year-old Ava Williams, was fired last June from her job as a third-grade teacher at Watkins Elementary School in Pembroke Park.Last week, Administrative Law Judge John Van Laningham recommended that the district reinstate her with back pay.Williams, who has worked for the district for 21 years, made about $65,000 a year when she was dismissed.A district complaint alleged that in September of 2018, a male student in Williams’ class slammed his chair against his desk, and she “proceeded to grab [him] around the neck and choke him,” while yelling, “Do you hear me!’”The boy, referred to in the report by his initials P.P., also accused Williams of calling him a “lying, fat pig” when he and his mother reported the teacher to the school’s assistant principal.Van Laningham writes, “To begin with — and this is undisputed — P.P. is a liar,” the judge wrote. “That is a harsh word, ‘liar,’ one that the undersigned does not use lightly, especially with reference to a child witness. But here it is an accurate description. P.P. admitted under oath that he tells lies quite often, including to teachers. He has lied to get other students in trouble, among other things.”In addition, the judge says the child’s story makes no sense and does not describe choking.The boy claimed that on the morning of the alleged incident, Williams lined up her students to walk them to lunch, but required the boy to stay behind, according to the report.It states, “According to P.P., after everyone else had left, Williams stood in front of him and touched his throat with her open hand for one second, never squeezing, pushing, or making any movement at all — nor causing any pain — before withdrawing.”Williams’s account was more believable, according to the judge. The teacher says that she instructed the children to clean up for lunch, but the boy sat at his desk and refused to move. Another student said something that angered P.P., and he pushed a chair into the other student.“Without touching P.P., Williams raised her voice and said to him loudly, “Do you hear me now?” She instructed the other students to leave for lunch and began walking toward the door herself. P.P. followed Williams and then exited the classroom ahead of his teacher, who had waited at the door for him. At this point, the incident was over,” the judge explains.The district’s only other witness was fellow Watkins teacher Shawony Russell, who testified that Williams confided to her that she choked the boy. The judge did not believe that account, since the teachers are not close friends.“Why on earth would Williams tell someone whom she had no particular reason to trust that she had choked a student — a gratuitous confession that could have ruinous consequences, including potentially a criminal prosecution?” the judge asks. “Stranger things happen, of course, but the odds are against an unsolicited, unexpected admission of this nature.”The judge goes on to say that Russell did not seem concerned about the allegation and did not report it to Child Protective Services.“Wouldn’t you feel the need to report this potential child abuse to appropriate authorities for investigation, right away? Ms. Russell didn’t. Ms. Russell did not take any immediate action because ‘we were heading out to recess. I like to go outside and get my sun and just relax,’” the judge writes. “Promptly going outside to relax in the sun and forget the matter is not the response one reasonably would expect from a teacher whose coworker has just confessed to choking a student.”On the other hand, Williams testified that she told Russell that the boy is a liar “because he said I choked him.”The judge’s recommendation is non-binding, and the Broward School Board still needs to vote on whether to accept it. In most cases, the School Board upholds the judge’s decision.“I’m happy to see we were able to come up with definitive proof to show these were false allegations,” says Anna Fusco, president of the Broward Teachers Union, which represented Williams. ”I’m happy to see in some form or fashion there’s actual due process in the system.”last_img read more

Baskins Criticize Tiger King Series as Spotlight Shifts to Carole

first_img(Tampa, FL) — One of the women featured in a popular Netflix series, Carole Baskin of Tampa, feels betrayed by the show’s producers.Carole Baskin and her third husband, Howard, run Big Cat Rescue in Hillsborough County, Florida which cares for wild animals that have been abused. She’s also one of the main personalities in Tiger King, but she says she was misled as to what the series would be about. She says she was led to believe the show would be about the dangers tigers face from wildlife traders, like the show’s star, Joe Exotic.Instead, she says the series has missed the point, and it has ignored the abuse tiger cubs face. Also, the show shifted attention to the 1997 disappearance of her second husband Don Lewis. Many people believe that he was murdered, and that Carole was allegedly involved. His own children believe Baskin fed their dead father to the Tigers.Baskin says she is also worried the popularity of the series will lead to more tigers being exploited. Her husband tells the Tampa Bay Times there’s almost no way to describe the intensity of the feeling of betrayal. Listen to Full Rigor Podcast on the disappearance and possible murder of Carole Baskin’s second husband, Don Lewis, here.last_img read more

Rapid antigen testing site to open in West Palm

first_imgHealth officials have announced that rapid antigen testing for COVID-19 will be offered starting Wednesday at the FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.The testing site, on Military Trail south of 45th Street, will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will run Tuesday through Saturday. Appointments are required and up 625 tests will be offered each day. The tests are free and are being offered through the company TourHealth.last_img

Clippers win state soccer title 1-0

first_imgEllsworth soccer player Jack Weeks goes for the ball in the Class B State Championship on Saturday at Deering High School in Portland. Click here for more photos. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSPORTLAND — Ellsworth Eagles Coach Brian Higgins had one goal for his soccer team heading into the Class B State Championship on Saturday.It wasn’t to win or even to end a scoring drought that has plagued Ellsworth in state title games for the past decade.The objective was simple.“Don’t embarrass ourselves,” Higgins said before the Eagles’ matchup against the Western Maine champions, the Yarmouth Clippers.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThat pessimistic outlook was justified. An Eastern Maine team has not won the Class B state title in 21 years. The last to do it was Ellsworth in 1993.For the past 10 years, Ellsworth has competed in five state championships without ever scoring a goal in those games. The Eagles experienced their widest scoring deficit in 2010 in a 5-0 loss to Yarmouth.But this time, at Deering High School’s Memorial Field, the Eagles played better than Higgins had hoped. They kept with the Clippers defensively and only trailed them 1-0 with the final period coming to a close.Ellsworth soccer player Dagan Berenyi goes for the ball in the Class B State Championship on Saturday at Deering High School in Portland. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMS“I was thinking, even with three minutes left: ‘Wow, we played pretty good today,’” Higgins said. “’We lost, but we didn’t get embarrassed.’”Forty-one seconds later, that changed for Higgins and the Eagles.With the ball on Yarmouth’s half of the field, a referee blew his whistle and pointed far from the play to Ellsworth defender Brady White, who stood next to a Yarmouth player lying on the ground.“I saw that,” the referee yelled while jogging to the scene. “Stop the clock.”With the clock stopped at 2:19, players from both teams rushed into the mix. Some tried to prevent the escalation of the fight by clutching the back of players’ jerseys or guiding teammates away. Others engaged in the pushing and shoving that ensued.Before it was over, head referee Larry Giddings issued four red cards — all to Ellsworth players.“We just lost our composure,” Higgins said. “In the end, it was pretty embarrassing.”Higgins said he tried to substitute out the players involved in the confrontation, but the officials beat him to it. White, Griffin Nightingale, Kyle Golding and Jarred Whitney were ejected from the game.Ellsworth soccer player Anthony Gardner heads the ball in the Class B State Championship on Saturday at Deering High School in Portland. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMS“There’s not much you can do as a coach,” Higgins said. “You can tell them before the game and at halftime: ‘Don’t foul, stay composed,’ but in the heat of play…. We were yelling at them, but nobody could hear us anyway. Everyone was screaming so much.”Higgins said that kind of behavior was not representative of his team.“That’s not us,” he said.Different factors likely played into the breaking point for the Eagles.First in question was the officiating.“We’re just used to referees calling tighter games,” Higgins said. “In the different parts of the state you go to, it’s just not consistent.“So we got aggressive, too.”Players from both sides were constantly on the ground from hard collisions while going for the ball.“It was a very physical game,” Higgins said. “This referee seemed to want to let them play, and I think that came back to bite him in the end. Maybe he should have had a little more control of the game.”Another issue for the Eagles was the placement of fans. Before the game, Ellsworth fans were escorted from the bleachers behind the team benches to the other side of the field. They were told the fan sections must be kept separate.A block of Yarmouth students replaced Eagles fans behind the Ellsworth bench. Ellsworth players told Higgins that throughout the game, Clippers fans were calling out their numbers and names and even throwing things at them.“Their fans were right behind us, razzing us the whole game,” Higgins said. “That didn’t sit well, either.”After the ejection of the four Eagles, the Yarmouth student body was relocated away from Ellsworth’s bench.And on that note, the Eagles ended their season 16-1-1.Rewind to the beginning of the day.The Eagles boarded a school bus at 6 a.m. in the EHS parking lot for their three-hour journey to Portland for the 10 a.m. game.Parents decorated the bus with balloons and streamers and painted the Ellsworth players’ numbers on the windows. Paper bags of treats were arranged on the seats, each with the written-note: “Good luck!”Although Higgins said his team would need some luck, they also strategized a way to keep a win within reach. The key was defense.“We had a plan going in,” Higgins said. “We brought an extra defensive player back for the entire first half.”Midfielder Dagan Berenyi helped out in the backfield, which proved effective. Although the Clippers controlled possession for most of the game, they didn’t record their first shot until 13 minutes in.“Dagan was one of the keys in the first half,” Higgins said. “He did a great job in the middle deflecting balls and knocking balls away.“Defensively, we played with them.”The Clippers scored their first and only goal with 13:29 left in the first half. Ellsworth goalkeeper Nick Bagley blocked Adam LaBrie’s first shot from 15 yards out, but couldn’t hang onto the ball. Patrick Grant crashed the goal and capitalized on the error.“Nick made a great initial save,” Higgins said. “We couldn’t quite corral the ball, and they just had a guy maybe a little quicker than we did.”In the first half, Yarmouth outshot Ellsworth 8-2.“We didn’t take a lot of chances early in the game, basically because we were in defensive mode,” Higgins said. “Then we sort of loosened up in the second half.”In the second period, Ellsworth created a few dangerous situations for the Clippers.Anthony Gardner put a shot into the back of the net with 28 minutes left, but the goal was called back after an Ellsworth foul in the box.“I didn’t see what happened,” Higgins said. “Whether we pushed or tripped somebody… They didn’t call it all game, why would they call it there?”With 5:34 left, Jeff Weeks dribbled from midfield and drove a hard shot into Yarmouth goalie Alexander Lyon’s stomach. Lyon dropped to the turf, wincing in pain. Conor Maguire slid in for the rebound, but Lyon never let go of the ball.After the altercation at the end of the game, Ellsworth’s shot at tying the score was gone. The Eagles were forced to play the remaining two minutes and 19 seconds down four members.With the 11-on-7 matchup, Higgins conceded. A Yarmouth player stood over the ball while the Eagles watched the time run off the clock.“At that point, they could have scored five goals,” Higgins said. “They were happy just to hold it in the corner, and I was happy just letting the game go and not have anymore flare-ups.”Yarmouth outshot Ellsworth 8-3 in the second half. Ellsworth took four corner kicks in the game while Yarmouth had three.Bagley, who usually shares playing time with the injured Bruce St. Peter, played the entire game and totaled five saves.“We didn’t really know how good he was because our defense is so good that, usually, the goalies don’t have to do much,” Higgins said. “Nick did a great job.”But for many Ellsworth fans, the last two minutes of the game tainted what was, for the most part, an impressive season for the Eagles.“For a team to play that well for 78 minutes and then lose their composure at the end, it’s pretty tough to take as a coach,” Higgins said. “What are you going to remember: the 78 minutes you played well or the two minutes you lost your cool in the end?” Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Bio Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016center_img Latest Posts Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016last_img read more

Cricket News India vs West Indies, 2nd ODI in Visakhapatnam, Highlights: Match ends in dramatic tie

first_img 17:12 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Brilliant stuff from Virat Kohli as he whips a full ball outside off stump to the wide long on fence. Boy, those wrists are sublime and he is just 19 runs away from history. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:47 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In IT IS A TIE! IT IS A TIE! What a match. Shai Hope carves a wide ball to the deep backward point fence and the fielder cannot stop it. What a match. What a thriller. India lead the series 1-0 but this match will be remembered brilliantly.  16:31 (IST) 15:19 (IST) 15:58 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:21 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:11 (IST) MS Dhoni has entered the stage and he has a point to prove to his doubters. Can he answer them in his typical swag? But, all eyes are on Virat Kohli and he is just six runs away from becoming the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Just one run in Kuldeep Yadav’s ninth over. The asking rate has gone up to over six. In the last 10 overs, West Indies need 63. Can India get more wickets to build the pressure or will Shai Hope give the Windies something to cheer? Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:37 (IST) OUT! No heroics from Rohit Sharma today as he cuts a short and wide ball from Kemar Roach straight to point. Rohit Sharma c Hetmyer b Roach 4 (8). 21:54 (IST) 13:14 (IST) OUT! This is interesting. Kuldeep gets his third wicket as Rovman Powell edges a quick legbreak straight to Rohit Sharma at slip. The situation is now very tense for both sides. Rovman Powell c Rohit Sharma b Kuldeep Yadav 18 (18).  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In RECORD ALERT 2 | Virat Kohli now has the most runs in ODIs against West Indies, going past Sachin Tendulkar’s mark of 1573 runs. Many more to come. After three good balls by Umesh Yadav, he strays onto the pads and Hope flicks it to the fine leg fence to get the equation down even further. West Indies on track for a famous win. WICKET! Kuldeep Yadav strikes in his first over. Although West Indies have maintained a healthy run-rate, tackling spinners would be the key. Flighted googly that turns back in, Hemraj is bowled through the gate. Chandrapaul Hemraj b Kuldeep Yadav 32 (24), West Indies 64/2 in 9.3 overs Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Welcome back for the West Indies run-chase. They made 322 in Guwahati and they will have to do it again in Vizag. But, this Indian bowling attack, with the inclusion of the two wrist-spinners might make their prospects a bit more difficult. After two overs, West Indies are 7/0 19:48 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In OUT! Rishabh Pant misses a short, quick ball from Marlon Samuels and gets hit on the back pad, Kohli urges Pant to take the review but the ball is hitting middle stump. That was a poor review. Kohli might be legendary in a lot of things, but when it comes to reviews, he is a mere mortal. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:27 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:41 (IST) 21:01 (IST) 13:27 (IST) CENTURY! October 24th should be officially be rechristened Virat Kohli record day. Gets to his 37th century with a blazing drive off Marlon Samuels. After getting to the landmark, he pointed to his bat and said that the bat does the talking. We are all privileged to have witnessed this historic moment. Very lucky, this generation. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The ADA-VDCA stadium can also become a memorable venue for Virat Kohli as he needs just 81 runs to become the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs. Sachin Tendulkar holds the record when he achieved the landmark in 259 innings. Kohli can do it in just his 205th innings. What a freak! 20:31 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In India have opted to bat in the Vizag ODI against West Indies. Kuldeep Yadav replaces Khaleel Ahmed in the side while West Indies have also made one change in the side, with Obed McCoy replacing Oshane Thomas 14:18 (IST) DROPPED | This could be very costly for the West Indies. The back-of-the-hand legcutter from McCoy, Kohli miscues the lofted shot to long off but Jason Holder running back cannot hold on to the catch and he drops it. Oh boy! This was Obed McCoy’s moment to be the Real McCoy.  Steady start for India. Rohit Sharma gets off the mark with a leg glance to the fine leg boundary off Jason Holder. Shikhar Dhawan carefull plays out Kemar Roach. After two overs, India are 5/0 13:33 (IST) Shimron Hetmyer slams his fifth six and brings up his second fifty in ODIs. He blasted a century in Guwahati. Can he do the same and bring West Indies some glory on a tour that has proven to be a disaster so far?  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:46 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:17 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:39 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:26 (IST) Virat Kohli! Adjectives to describe his brilliance are not enough. With a tap to mid on, Kohli breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s record to become the fastest batsman to reach 10,000 runs. At the other end, Dhoni breaks the shackles with a big six as India stay on course to go past 300. What a moment. This is legendary from Kohli Hetmyer continues to pound the Indian bowling to all parts of the ground. The partnership is nearing 150 and Hetmyer is in the 90s. Can he hit back-to-back centuries? 20:20 (IST) 21:27 (IST) The match is interestingly poised at this moment. West Indies need 96 off 96 balls. Six wickets in hand but they have some big hitters in the shed in the form of Jason Holder. Hello and welcome to the second ODI at the ADA-VDCA stadium in Vizag. This ground has happy memories for MS Dhoni, for it was here in 2005 that he announced himself on the world stage with a dazzling knock of 148 against Pakistan. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:02 (IST) Here is WOW stat to start the match. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have five 200+ partnerships in ODIs. The remarkable thing – they have achieved it in just 64 innings. The real Test of West Indies’ mettle will be this point. Can they carry on from the good work done by Hetmyer and Hope? West Indies still need less than a run-a-ball but wickets is the key 19:03 (IST) 19:44 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:11 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Shai Hope guides a back of a length delivery close to the off stump to deep backward point and brings up his seventh fifty. It has been a wonderful effort and the Windies need these two to carry on. 13:51 (IST) Here are the playing XIs of both sidesIndia (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w), Rishabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja, Umesh Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra ChahalWest Indies (Playing XI): Kieran Powell, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shai Hope(w), Marlon Samuels, Shimron Hetmyer, Rovman Powell, Jason Holder(c), Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Kemar Roach, Obed McCoy Virat Kohli is nearing a fifty while Ambati Rayudu grows in confidence with a pull shot off a short ball from Obed McCoy to the long leg fence. Things are getting out of hand for the West Indies.  Another brilliant over from Shami and West Indies need 14 off the last over, which will be bowled by Umesh Yadav. Can West Indies still get over the line or will Umesh kill the game off? 13:55 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In OUT! Ashley Nurse has finally broken the 139-run stand. Flighted delivery and it spins back in, Rayudu attempts the slog sweep but misses it and is bowled. He cannot believe it and he walks back slowly. Ends a good knock but he looked good for a ton. 12:56 (IST) West Indies have gone past 100 in the 16th over, with both Hetmyer and Shai Hope looking in great touch. Although the West Indies are maintaining the required rate, the key for them will be wickets.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 16:06 (IST) 18:31 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 16:48 (IST) An expensive over from Umesh Yadav, 13 runs in the 35th over, tilts the advantage back to West Indies as they need 83 off 90 balls.  19:13 (IST) 18:55 (IST) FOUR! Nurse gets a lucky boundary to the third man fence and West Indies need 9 off 4 balls. India need to maintain the pressure.  Hetmyer and Hope continue to give West Indies some hope. The partnership is nearing fift yand with dew expected to be a factor, they have their task cut out.  18:51 (IST) WICKET! Ravindra Jadeja falls as he mistimes a lofted shot off a slower ball to be caught at long on. Obed McCoy gets his second wicket but King Kohli is motoring towards 150. DROPPED AGAIN | Rayudu clears the front leg and looks to slam a full ball from Kemar Roach over wide mid-off, but Obed McCoy dives to his left but lands heavily on his shoulder. The physio attends to him but he seems to be alright. Sublime Kohli! What consistency. Simply remarkable. He scores his 49th fifty and is now just 31 runs away from creating yet more history. Take a bow, skipper. India are 124/2 after 25 overs. Drinks time in Vizag. Rayudu and Kohli’s stand is nearing fifty. If West Indies don’t get a wicket soon, they could be staring at another big total. Samuels gets going with two consecutive boundaries off Kuldeep Yadav. West Indies’ best player of spin needs to step up now. 18:40 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:36 (IST) Panic stations alert! Chahal bowls a flatter ball and Hope taps it to backward point, Holder thinks about a single but is sent back. The throw is good at the non-striker’s end and the captain is short of the crease. India still have hope, not the West Indies batsman but confidence That brings us to an end to what has been a fantastic match. Join us on 27th for the game in Pune. See you 4,6,6. Shimron Hetmyer is on the rampage against India. The required rate has dropped below six for the first time for the West Indies. At this rate, Kohli’s knock could be upstaged in grand style.  21:23 (IST) 15:02 (IST) 21:17 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Kieran Powell and Chandrapaul Hemraj are breaking the shackles with a couple of boundaries. West Indies are slowly starting to pick up the pace but it will be interesting to see how they tackle the three spinners.  Kuldeep Yadav to Shimron Hetmyer. In the Test series, the West Indies youngster was all over the place while facing him. Will he have a similar problem in countering him in the ODIs? 20:44 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 18:10 (IST) New Delhi: Virat Kohli created history at the ADA-VDCA stadium as he broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record to become the fastest batsman to smash 10,000 runs in ODIs. While Tendulkar achieved the feat in 259 innings, the current Indian skipper has achieved the landmark in just 205 innings. Things got better for Kohli as he notched up his 37th century and helped India cross 300 against West Indies. The records continued to be broken for Kohli as he smashed his fourth score of 150+ in ODIs as India finished on 321/6. In response, Shai Hope’s magnificent 123* and Shimron Hetmyer’s brilliant 94 ensured that West Indies tied the match. India lead the series 1-0 but this match will be remembered for the thriller. Relive all the action here. (SCORECARD) Virat Kohli blasts his fourth 150+ score. Is there anything that this superman cannot do? Thanks to this effort, India have ended on 321/6. West Indies look utterly deflated.  17:16 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Virat Kohli launches Obed McCoy into the stands at long on for his first six. Hold on folks, yet another record for Kohli. He reaches 1000 runs in 2018 in ODIs. What is his average, a stunning 142. Divine batting.  16:19 (IST) The partnership between Hope and Hetmyer has ensured the West Indies are in touch with the run-rate but a few quick wickets could tilt the advantage back to India.  18 runs in Kemar Roach’s over. Virat Kohli is batting like he is from a different planet. In two overs, he has hit three sixes and is motoring towards a 150. West Indies look absolutely deflated. India have crossed 300 17:02 (IST) 17:33 (IST) Ambati Rayudu is looking in great touch at the moment and is scoring freely. Kohli, at the other end, has dropped anchor and is looking to bat thrugh. After 14 overs, India are 69/2. OUT! This is interesting. Kuldeep gets his third wicket as Rovman Powell edges a quick legbreak straight to Rohit Sharma at slip. The situation is now very tense for both sides. Rovman Powell c Rohit Sharma b Kuldeep Yadav 18 (18).  20:36 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Virat Kohli gets off the mark with a boundary but so far, the West Indies bowlers have bowled with some discipline unlike in Guwahati, where they withered under the onslaught. 14:51 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Shai Hope comes closer to a century. This will be a fabulous knock if he can get West Indies over the line here.  15:08 (IST) The asking rate has mounted and is touching close to eight. Some tight overs from India can really put the pressure on the West Indies but Shai Hope and Jason Holder are key for the visitors. Still anyone’s game? This pitch is already keeping a bit slow and low. Ashley Nurse has been introduced in the seventh over and is getting some turn. Maybe, this might not be a 300+ wicket.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:44 (IST) 20:51 (IST) Rayudu has outscored Kohli and is taking on the role of the aggressor. He is treating Jason Holder with disdain, slamming him for two fours in two overs. If this partnership continues, India could cross 300 with ease.  21:44 (IST) 21:06 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 16:39 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Just two runs in the 47th over. Brilliant stuff from Chahal. Now, all hopes on Shami and Umesh to ensure India sneak in a win. Superb fight from the West Indies but Hope will be hoping that he does not throw away the win. WICKET! Kuldeep might be leaking runs, but he takes wickets. Flighted ball and it breaks away on off stump, Samuels plays down the wrong line and gets bowled. The third umpire takes a look whether Dhoni broke the stumps but replays show that the ball hit the stumps. West Indies 78/3 in 12 overs, Marlon Samuels b Kuldeep Yadav 13 (10). 15:25 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Hetmyer continues to deal in sixes as he mows a slog sweep well into the stands at deep mid wicket. The 94-meter six has given West Indies momentum and the youngster is nearing his second fifty An update on Rishabh Pant’s injury: Nothing serious. He just has some lacerations in his fingers and on his left shoulder but he will be totally fine. A brilliant over from Shami has come to an end. Just two runs off the 43rd over.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 16:52 (IST) WICKET! Ashley Nurse gets the top edge to third man, attempted a scoop but the catch is taken. West Indies need 7 off 2. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Oh dear! Oh dear! What has Hetmyer done? Short ball from Chahal and the batsman looked to pull it to deep mid wicket, but he ends up top-edging it and Virat Kohli takes the catch at backward point. The batsman is distraught and he trudges off a disappointed man but he can be proud of his knock Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:14 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:12 (IST) 19:20 (IST) Shai Hope! Take a bow. What a knock. His second ODI century and it has come at a time when West Indies needed it the most. Hope’s knock has put a dampener on what should have ideally been Virat Kohli’s day. 14:33 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:42 (IST) 19:30 (IST) Ashley Nurse has kept things tight while Devendra Bishoo is getting some turn. A total in excess of 270 will be very challenging to chase in the second innings.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET! Poor shot from Kieran Powell. Shami bowls it on a good length and on leg stump, Powell flicks it to Rishabh Pant at deep mid wicket who takes the catch. The batsman shakes his head as he walks off while Pant chuckles as to how simple it was. Umesh Yadav continues to leak runs as he concedes three boundaries in his fourth over. Already, he has conceded 34 runs and West Indies have crossed fifty in just the eighth over.  18:23 (IST) Kohli’s record-breaking day could get even better as he nears a century. Rishabh Pant is slowly settling in. After 42 overs, India are 230/4 and they will be eyeing a score in excess of 300. 19:59 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 18:42 (IST) With back-to-back fours, Virat Kohli has not only helped the partnership go past 50 but he also reaches 4000 ODI runs in India. This is the start of the record trail which he might scale in the coming hours.  If Ambati Rayudu gets a big score today, then India’s middle-order conunudrum could be sorted out ahead of important series against Australia, New Zealand and eventually the World Cup. To think, Virat Kohli took just 11 innings to go from 9000 to 10,000. What a stunning effort. We can go gaga over Kohli’s feat for ages to come.  14:25 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 15:38 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In GONE! Obed McCoy might have not gotten Virat Kohli”s wicket but he gets the massive wicket of MS Dhoni, bowled for 20. Proud moment for this lad but Virat Kohli is nearing yet another century Kohli is once again getting into the groove. Every run scored is getting massive cheers. The crowd at the ADA-VDCA stadium know the milestone that beckons the Indian cricket team skipper.  12:50 (IST) 19:34 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:30 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Shai Hope has been given OUT LBW but he immediately reviews. Big inside edge on that and the decision has been overturned. West Indies still have some ‘hope’in this chase. Shikhar Dhawan is looking in great touch, gets two boundaries off Jason Holder, one an edge to third man and the other a slashing cut through backward point. After five overs, India are 29/1 A couple of good overs from Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja and the asking rate is mounting. After 20 overs, West Indies are 125/3, needing 197 more off 180 balls. Still gettable but wickets are the key. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In OUT | West Indies opt for a review against Shikhar Dhawan for an LBW. Nurse gets this delivery to drift in and straighten, Dhawan plays down the wrong line and gets hit on the front pad. Umpire Ian Gould says not out but on review, there is no bat involved and the ball is hitting leg stump. Big wicket. Shikhar Dhawan LBW Nurse 29 (30). 13:45 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:57 (IST) 13:39 (IST) This is sublime stuff from the West Indies. At the half-way stage, one must say it is advantage West Indies. Can Hope and Hetmyer give West Indies something to cheer? After 25 overs, the Windies are 162/3, needing 160 off 150 balls.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 17:23 (IST) 18:04 (IST) Slight halt in play here as Shai Hope gets some treatment on his hand, mostly for cramps. It is very hot and humid in Vizag at the moment. Will West Indies have a Herschelle Gibbs moment? One definitely hopes not. FIFTY for Rayudu | Now, the local lad joins in the fun. This is his ninth fifty and this knock might put to rest some of the doubts regarding India’s middle order muddle. Great stuff and now West Indies are under the pump Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:44 (IST) Kuldeep Yadav finishes his spell: 10-0-67-3. Shai Hope hits a six to get into the 90s. West Indies need 45 off 36 balls. One must say: Slight advantage West Indies but India can come back in the contest with quick wickets.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Rovman Powell hits another big six down the ground off Chahal but Rishabh pant, in trying to take the catch, hurts his shoulder on the boundary boards and has gone off the field. Can India get some moment of inspiration here? 21:40 (IST) Two runs off the fifth ball and West Indies need 5 off 1 ball. Six will win it and four will tie the game.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more