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McAnuff eyes good result in Costa Rica


first_imgAttack-minded midfielder Joel ‘Jobi’ McAnuff, who missed an easy scoring chance for the Reggae Boyz in their 1-1 draw with Costa Rica at the National Stadium on Friday night, says he wants to make amends in their return CONCACAF semi-final round World Cup Qualifier in San Jose on Tuesday.The England-based McAnuff, one of the most influential players for Jamaica, especially in the first 45 minutes of Friday’s game, collected a fine defence-splitting pass, but sent his shot high and failed to trouble the Costa Rica goalkeeper.little disappointed”Yeah, I just probably tried to put a little bit too much power into it rather than placing it and I am a little disappointed that I did not put that into the back of goal,” he told journalists after the game.McAnuff, however, stressed that everyone gave 100 per cent during the game and the Reggae Boyz had chances to win the game.”We played them (Costa Rica) in the Gold Cup and we should have won that as well. We need to turn the ‘should haves’ into wins, and we believe we can do that,” he said.Historically, Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz have it all to do in San Jose as they have never beaten Costa Rica at home, but McAnuff said they will fight to win on Tuesday.”The group is getting stronger and we responded well to the goal on Friday. Maybe, in years gone by, we would have gone under and lost the game, but we held on and really made sure we were playing up in their half towards the end.”We are going to be right there to the end and get the points we need,” he stressed.Jamaica are third in the four-team group with four points. Costa Rica lead with seven while Panama, also on four points, are ahead of Jamaica on goal difference. Haiti are at the bottom of the group on a point. Only the top two teams will advance to the final round.last_img read more


Real Estate Opportunities touted during Premiers Sales Investment Blitz


first_img Record number of stars set to shine says TCHTA Related Items:chicago, new york city, premier’s sales blitz, turks and caicos hotel and tourism association, virgin hotel Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Tourism Pitch In Houston Impresses 45 Year Travel Agent New York Dancers share talent in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 21 May 2015 – Make the Turks and Caicos your home; the appeal last night in Chicago at the Virgin Hotel by Premier Rufus Ewing as attention went beyond pitching tourism and vacations but real estate and investment. The Premier said the country’s best beach and best island destination in the world prizes are worth boasting but there is also a strong economy with the country securing a triple B plus rating from Standard & Poor in 2014. The Turks and Caicos Real Estate Association is among those represented on the six city tour, which has now tackled four major US cities namely: Atlanta, Houston, Dallas and Chicago. Braving the 40° temperatures, travel agents turned out strong last night and remained impressed by the 12-minute video feature produced by Caya Hico Media. The delegation next journeys to New York City where likely the largest turnout will appear for a roof top luxury promotional event will be held at the celebrated Knickerbocker Hotel. last_img read more


Lashkars grand plot in Sri Lanka Bangladesh and Maldives


first_img Sri Lanka Attacks: What We Know So Far The Sri Lankan government even had a warning that Catholic churches were among the possible targets.twitterIndia’s deep state is well versed in the art of intelligence warfare. Its human intelligence-led inputs to the Sri Lankan establishment, though unutilised, showed that they were on top of their game. India has been tracking the National Thowheed Jamaat (NTJ) for some time now. New Delhi moved with great alacrity passing on direct actionable intelligence in the weeks and days leading up to the Easter Sunday bombings. And this happened from material accessed during interrogations of an ISIS suspect arrested in India.The Sri Lankan government even had a warning that Catholic churches were among the possible targets. The suspect gave Indian investigators the name of a man – Zahran Hashmi – he had trained, who is associated with a Sri Lankan extremist group implicated in the bombings. The shadowy man, Zahran Hashim, was identified in a video of the purported attackers released by ISIS, which claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday macabre massacre.IANS met several top intelligence functionaries to piece together the emergence of Sri Lanka as the new terror central. While doing so, it unearthed a gargantuan and deep-seated Lashkar plot which goes back at least 14 years showing how LeT had invested for years in Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives and even Malaysia as part of a larger encirclement strategy of India.Indian intelligence has been alive to this and has used all its skill sets and ground-level inputs to mitigate the terror threat emanating from the island and other neighbouring countries. It needs to be established here that ISI C Wing and LeT are two sides of the same coin as far as jihad is concerned.ISI has been using Idara Khidmat-e-Khalq (IKK) as a proxy to radicalise unemployed Muslim youth in Sri Lanka and coax them to join the NTJ. In parallel, India has bolstered its security apparatus in Tamil Nadu and Kerala due to the strong presence of NTJ members in these states.The rise of IS and its vile and noxious thought process of establishing a Caliphate has found takers in Lanka, Bangladesh and the Maldives. At least 200-250 Maldivians have reportedly fought for the IS in trouble spots like Syria and these are mules who make the trek to Yemen where they are further indoctrinated and trained, then sent on wars sometimes to Mali and Chad for fighting or to the combat zone in Iraq and Syria to fight under the IS flag.A Tokyo-based online magazine ‘The Diplomat’ validated this saying a December 2015 report by the Soufan Group, a private intelligence agency run by former FBI agent-turned contractor Ali Soufan, put out a count of foreign fighters who’d volunteered to fight for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. Four South Asian countries featured in that list – Malaysia, Pakistan, India, and the Maldives – sending an estimated 393 fighters among them. It was the island nation in the Indian Ocean that sent analysts and headlines into a tizzy with the rise of radical Islam with its bent towards Salafist tendencies. It had by far the highest per capita fighters in the sandbox.The Indian deep state has been following Islamic militancy in Sri Lanka, a fertile breeding ground since 2004. The tipping point in the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the emerald isle has Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT)’s handprints all over it. A special group headed by LeT’s Muzzamil Bhat from Sialkot and his lackeys made forays into Bangladesh, the Maldives and Sri Lanka between 2005 and 2007, knowing fully well that these areas could be used to further their agenda and to encircle India.Muzzamil Bhat is one of the planners of 26/11 and is reported to be the architect of the Chittisinghpora massacre. The entire construct of this plan to use these countries as a launchpad to train terrorists was part of his larger architecture.The FBI in its 26/11 charge sheet named Bhat as D, a key LeT military commander, who was involved in the Chittisinghpora massacre in Jammu and Kashmir on the eve of President Bill Clinton’s visit to India in March 2000.In its second charge sheet, filed in a Chicago court, the FBI named an ISI officer, Major Iqbal, and four LeT operatives – Sajid Majeed, Abu Qahafa, Abu Alqama and the unknown Lashkar member ‘D’. About ‘D’ the charge sheet states that after the arrest of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi in Pakistan in connection with the 26/11 attacks, he became the overall operational commander of LeT.According to FBI, ‘D’, who is yet to be arrested by Pakistan, was a handler of David Coleman Headley. Headley told Indian investigators that Muzzamil was involved in the Chittisinghpora massacre. In turn, Headley also said Muzzamil was most trustworthy lieutenant of Lakhvi and apart from Chittisinghpora killings of Sikhs, he planned the Akshardham temple attack in September 2002.According to Indian security establishment sources, Muzzamil is a Kashmiri born in 1976. He is married and his family lives in the Gujranwala town of Pakistani Punjab.Bhat, on the other hand, is a planner and his understanding was that with Indian intelligence and security forces keeping a close vigil on southern India in those years, he reckoned that taking the training camps offshore would be a better idea. SIMI was already active in southern India, they had set up a southern chapter across the four states, while Bhatkal had become a new centrifuge.Terror central was moving from Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra to the southern part of India. Hence Muzzamil arrived in Sri Lanka to test the waters and quickly realised that there was traction amongst Tamil Muslims after the Tsunami, ditto in Bangladesh among the Rohingyas between 2004-2008.But RAW which was extremely active in both Bangladesh and Sri Lanka did not allow Bhat or his henchmen to stabilise their operations.In 2011, ably abetted and assisted by ISI officer Amir Zubair Siddiqui (Counselor in the Pakistan High Commission in Colombo), a new name popped up on the radar – Zakir Hussain – who began to actively consort with and recruit Tamil Muslims on the island. The plan was to recruit them and unleash hell on diplomatic missions in Chennai and Bangalore, but RAW once again found the scent and pursued them to cut off their feedstock of financing, explosives and weapons.India engaged with Colombo and brought it up to speed on Siddiqui’s shenanigans who was then packed off from Sri Lanka. The diplomat Amir Zubair Siddiqui’s plot was to attack the US Consulate in Chennai, Israeli Consulate in Bengaluru, Eastern Naval Command HQ in Visakhapatnam and ports across the country.Once RAW had blown his cover, NIA moved in to charge sheet Siddiqui who was then visa counsellor at the Pakistan High Commission in Colombo. Siddiqui was arrested for allegedly conspiring to attack vital establishments in India and was quietly withdrawn even before the NIA’s request under Mutual Assistance Legal Treaty (MLAT) reached Colombo.The terror plot was uncovered after the NIA police personnel arrested an ISI agent Mohammed Zakir Hussain (37) through the ‘Q’ Branch of the Tamil Nadu police in 2013. The reason was that he was gathering details about vital installations in Tamil Nadu and sent photographs to Siddiqui. Hussain used his counterparts Sivabalan and Mohammad Salim to circulate fake currency in the state.During questioning, Hussain also confessed that he had also used Rafeeque (29) to pump in fake Indian currency in the state.A much larger network of Maldivians, Sri Lankan Muslims and Malaysian Tamils was discovered through this overarching probe. The hunters caught up with the quarry – Zakir Hussain – and another lynchpin was caught in Malaysia and the cartel was busted. Muzzamil Bhat was the spider who spun the web across the three countries and began the process of indoctrination in Sri Lanka. His tireless efforts paid dividends for he planted the seeds as far back as the mid-2000s. He was the first to connect the dots between Thowheed Jamaat which proselytises (mainly among the Tamil community), fights for “pure Islam” and actively promotes the construction of mosques in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lankan Tamil Muslim areas. 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New programming video courses for March 2019


first_imgIt’s not always easy to know what to learn next if you’re a programmer. Industry shifts can be subtle but they can sometimes be dramatic, making it incredibly important to stay on top of what’s happening both in your field and beyond. No one person can make that decision for you. All the thought leadership and mentorship in the world isn’t going to be able to tell you what’s right for you when it comes to your career. But this list of videos, released last month, might give you a helping hand as to where to go next when it comes to your learning… New data science and artificial intelligence video courses for March Apache Spark is carving out a big presence as the go-to software for big data. Two videos from February focus on Spark – Distributed Deep Learning with Apache Spark and Apache Spark in 7 Days. If you’re new to Spark and want a crash course on the tool, then clearly, our video aims to get you up and running quickly. However, Distributed Deep Learning with Apache Spark offers a deeper exploration that shows you how to develop end to end deep learning pipelines that can leverage the full potential of cutting edge deep learning techniques. While we’re on the subject of machine learning, other choice video courses for March include TensorFlow 2.0 New Features (we’ve been eagerly awaiting it and it finally looks like we can see what it will be like), Hands On Machine Learning with JavaScript (yes, you can now do machine learning in the browser), and a handful of interesting videos on artificial intelligence and finance: AI for Finance Machine Learning for Algorithmic Trading Bots with Python Hands on Python for Finance Elsewhere, a number of data visualization video courses prove that communicating and presenting data remains an urgent challenge for those in the data space. Tableau remains one of the definitive tools – you can learn the latest version with Tableau 2019.1 for Data Scientists and Data Visualization Recipes with Python and Matplotlib 3. New app and web development video courses for March 2019 There are a wealth of video courses for web and app developers to choose from this month. True, Hands-on Machine Learning for JavaScript is well worth a look, but moving past the machine learning hype, there are a number of video courses that take a practical look at popular tools and new approaches to app and web development. Angular’s death has been greatly exaggerated – it remains a pillar of the JavaScript world. While the project’s versioning has arguably been lacking some clarity, if you want to get up to speed with where the framework is today, try Angular 7: A Practical Guide. It’s a video that does exactly what it says on the proverbial tin – it shows off Angular 7 and demonstrates how to start using it in web projects. We’ve also been seeing some uptake of Angular by ASP.NET developers, as it offers a nice complement to the Microsoft framework on the front end side. Our latest video on the combination, Hands-on Web Development with ASP.NET Core and Angular, is another practical look at an effective and increasingly popular approach to full-stack development. Other picks for March include Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 4, a video that brings you right up to date with the recent update that launched in January (interestingly, the project is now backed by web components, not Angular), and a couple of Redux videos – Mastering Redux and Redux Recipes. Redux is still relatively new. Essentially, it’s a JavaScript library that helps you manage application state – because it can be used with a range of different frameworks and libraries, including both Angular and React, it’s likely to go from strength to strength in 2019. Infrastructure, admin and security video courses for March 2019 Node.js is becoming an important library for infrastructure and DevOps engineers. As we move to a cloud native world, it’s a great tool for developing lightweight and modular services. That’s why we’re picking Learn Serverless App Development with Node.js and Azure Functions as one of our top videos for this month. Azure has been growing at a rapid rate over the last 12 months, and while it’s still some way behind AWS, Microsoft’s focus on developer experience is making Azure an increasingly popular platform with developers. For Node developers, this video is a great place to begin – it’s also useful for anyone who simply wants to find out what serverless development actually feels like. Read next: Serverless computing wars: AWS Lambda vs. Azure Functions A partner to this, for anyone beginning Node, is the new Node.js Design Patterns video. In particular, if Node.js is an important tool in your architecture, following design patterns is a robust method of ensuring reliability and resilience. Elsewhere, we have Modern DevOps in Practice, cutting through the consultancy-speak to give you useful and applicable guidance on how to use DevOps thinking in your workflows and processes, and DevOps with Azure, another video that again demonstrates just how impressive Azure is. For those not Azure-inclined, there’s AWS Certified Developer Associate – A Practical Guide, a video that takes you through everything you need to know to pass the AWS Developer Associate exam. There’s also a completely cloud-agnostic video course in the form of Creating a Continuous Deployment Pipeline for Cloud Platforms that’s essential for infrastructure and operations engineers getting to grips with cloud native development. Learn a new programming language with these new video courses for March Finally, there are a number of new video courses that can help you get to grips with a new programming language. So, perfect if you’ve been putting off your new year’s resolution to learn a new language… Java 11 in 7 Days is a new video that brings you bang up to date with everything in the latest version of Java, while Hands-on Functional Programming with Java will help you rethink and reevaluate the way you use Java. Together, the two videos are a great way for Java developers to kick start their learning and update their skill set.last_img read more