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Trump tweeted on Saturday My use of social media is not Presidential – it’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL Make America Great Again — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 1 2017 Rio De Janeiro: Brazil’s national team had to change the venue of its training session on Wednesday after the UCLA campus where they planned to practice ahead of the Copa America Centenario became the scene of a shooting that killed two people File photo of Brazil’s soccer coach Dunga announcing which of his players will play the Copa America Centenario AP Brazilian Football Confederation spokesman Douglas Lunardi said the players were at their hotel when the shooting occurred Lunardi said that the late afternoon training session was transferred to the StubHub Center a multiple-use sports complex on the campus of California State University some 20 miles (30 kilometers) away Brazil’s first match in the Copa will be on Saturday against Ecuador Also in Group B are Haiti and Peru The Los Angeles police department said the shooting was a homicide followed by a suicide in the engineering building London:Russia remains banned from international track and field competition after the IAAF ruled Monday that it had not made sufficient progress in its anti-doping fight to merit reinstatement Russia was accused in a World Anti-Doping Agency report last year of widespread state-sponsored doping Its athletics team was barred from last summer’s Rio Olympics and will also miss the IAAF World Championships that get under way in London on Friday A number of Russian athletes however have been granted permission by the IAAF to compete as neutrals after meeting the exceptional eligibility criteria essentially demonstrating that they’ve come through transparent anti-doping testing Representational image Reuters IAAF president Sebastian Coe confirmed that 19 Russian athletes were in London to compete at the worlds But the country remains excluded as a whole after the Council of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) meeting in London voted unanimously to maintain the ban on the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) "The report has been unanimously approved by the Council" confirmed Rune Andersen independent chairman of the IAAF Taskforce looking into doping in Russia "Material progress has been made but there are still issues that need to be resolved" in terms of reaching several of the conditions established by Council for reinstatement of RusAF to IAAF membership Those conditions have not yet been met in full and several important steps remain outstanding he said "I can confirm that our impression is that they really want to meet all the criteria that has been set" Andersen insisted "We need to work with Russia RusAF and the authorities to remedy (the problems) and meet the criteria "The main issue is that no meaningful testing is being conducted" The Russian anti-doping agency (RUSADA) which Andersen said used to carry out 19000 tests a year —a figure currently down to a couple of thousand —is also "still not code compliant (with WADA). it needs to be reinstated" There has been an evident culture of change Andersen added "but they haven’t demonstrated that this is in place" The Norwegian also said that Russian authorities have still not acknowledged the McLaren report that pointed the finger at the state-sponsored doping "That needs to be resolved" he said "We haven’t outlined in details to RusAF or Russian authority on how they deal with this acknowledgement or possible rebuttal of the findings in the McLaren report" said Andersen "I think that needs to be delivered by the Russians "It’s difficult to get an excuse but we need some sort of an explanation on how they deal with this report in the most effective way" Andersen who stuck with the timeline of a Russian return to international action in November said the report was "not something they put away and say it was falsified" as they have done in the past "from the very top level down" "We’ll see how we move forward on that" Washington: Energy independence has been a goal of every president since Richard Nixon Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different ways to achieve it How energy is produced and where it comes from affect jobs the economy and the environment Where they stand Clinton pledges that under her leadership the US will be able to generate enough renewable energy to power every home in America within 10 years with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term She also vows to reduce US oil consumption by one-third through cleaner fuels such as biodiesel and natural gas and more fuel-efficient cars boilers ships and trucks Clinton generally supports oil and gas drilling on federal lands but would bar drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans Representational image Reuters After running as a champion of coal in 2008 Clinton now calls for protecting health benefits for coal miners and their families and helping retrain them for new jobs She offers cautious support for nuclear power Trump vows to "unleash American energy" allowing unfettered production of oil coal natural gas and other sources to push the US toward energy independence and create jobs Trump would sharply increase oil and gas drilling on federal lands and vows to revive the struggling US coal industry He also would open up offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean and other areas where it is blocked Trump calls for rescinding the Clean Power Plan a key element of President Barack Obama’s strategy to fight climate change as well as a rule to protect small streams and wetlands from development He also would cancel the 2015 Paris climate agreement and stop US money going to UN global warming programs Why it matters Although energy independence remains elusive increases in US oil production have lowered reliance on imports In 2015 the US relied on net imports for about 24 percent of petroleum use the lowest level since 1970 Domestic production of all types of energy except coal has boomed in recent years spurred by improved drilling techniques and discoveries of vast oil supplies in North Dakota and natural gas in states such as Pennsylvania Ohio New York and West Virginia Production also is up in traditional energy states such as Texas Oklahoma and Louisiana Prices at the gasoline pump have declined sharply to an average of $221 per gallon for regular unleaded in September according to the AAA auto club That’s down from $360 per gallon in 2012 Natural gas cleaner than coal has been embraced by politicians from both parties including Clinton and Trump Still critics worry that popular gas drilling techniques such as hydraulic fracturing — or fracking — and horizontal drilling could be harming air water and health Clinton has said fracking should not take place where states and local communities oppose it and she pledges to reduce methane emissions from all oil and gas production and protect local water supplies On climate change she vows to meet Obama’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30 percent by 2025 Trump says restrictions supported by Clinton would hurt energy-producing states such as Colorado Pennsylvania North Carolina and Virginia — battleground states in the election While arguing that tax credits and other subsidies for wind and solar power "distort" the market Trump says the US should "encourage all facets of the energy industry" Wind and solar power have grown in recent years thanks in part to support from Obama but renewable energy sources accounted for just 10 percent of total US energy consumption in 2015 Renewable energy is generally more expensive to produce and use than fossil fuels Clouds impair solar energy and calm skies slow wind farms Trump administration goes on the attack against leaks | Reuters World Reuters Aug 04 2017 22:02:40 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 04 2017 22:02 PM | Updated Date: Aug 04 2017 22:02 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Colombo: Sri Lanka’s batting great Kumar Sangakkara is still in talks with selectors to discuss his retirement from Test cricket captain Angelo Mathews said on Wednesday Local media had speculated that the 37-year-old will only play three more home Tests — two in the ongoing series against Pakistan and one against India in August — before ending his glittering 15-year career File photo of Kumar Sangakkara Getty Images But Mathews speaking to reporters ahead of the second Test against Pakistan starting at the P Sara Oval in Colombo on Thursday said the team’s senior pro had still not made up his mind "Kumar has still to confirm his retirement plans" the Sri Lankan captain said "He was supposed to meet the press over the last few days but he has not done that yet "I know he is still talking to the selectors" Left-handed Sangakkara is the leading current Test batsmen His 12271 runs and 38 centuries far exceed second-placed Alastair Cook of England who has 9000 runs and 27 hundreds The 131-Test veteran is unlikely to catch up with record-holder Sachin Tendulkar’s Test tally of 15921 runs and 51 hundreds but his 11 scores of 200-plus are just one short of Australian legend Don Bradman’s record of 12 In the first Test against Pakistan in Galle Sangakkara hit a 50 in the first innings — his 52nd half-century — and 18 in the second when Sri Lanka were shot out for 206 Sangakkara had hammered 203 against New Zealand in Wellington in January to continue a prolific streak that saw him make 221 against Pakistan and 319 against Bangladesh last year Mathews denied that Sangakkara had delayed the announcement because of Sri Lanka’s stunning 10-wicket defeat in Galle which put Pakistan ahead in the three-match series "He had been speaking with the selectors even before the series began" Mathews said adding the uncertainity had not affected the team morale "I think Kumar has earned the right to decide when he should go" said Mathews "He has served Sri Lanka well over the years and he will obviously be missed when he goes "But it now up to the younger players to step into the shoes of Kumar and Mahela (Jayawardene) It won’t be easy but they have a great opportunity to make a name for themselves" Jayawardene retired from Tests and Twenty20 cricket last year and quit the one-day format after the recent World Cup where Sri Lanka made the quarter-finals Sangakkara followed his close friend and long-time team-mate in quitting one-day and Twenty20 cricket at the same time but remained keen to play some more Test matches AFP Published: October 11 2013 2:13 am Related News Have you noticed the profusion of cosmosthe yellow wildflower that blossoms around the city at this time of the year Theres a sweet story behind itsays a conservationist friend of mine The proprietor of one of Punes prominent nurseries went out of his way to sprinkle cosmos seeds in the surrounding ghats several years agocorrectly guessing that its seasonal beauty would pleasure road trippers for decades to come But the magic beans proliferated and took over the hillsidesdriving out other species and earning the dreaded status of a weed Pune-based ecological consultancyOikosis planning to deal with the cosmos invasionwhich may be read as good or bad newsdepending on whether you think a pretty flower should be called a weed just because its a bit of a bully Whats assuredly good newsthoughis that the Pune Tree Fest was concluded successfully last week The fest a joint venture between several eco-sensitive groups was buzzing with activities such as guided tree walksskitsexhibitions and poetry-reading sessionsto raise awareness I once witnessed a dramatic poetry recital by a couple of Goan artistes on the theme of environmental damage something thats become topical in the sunny state plagued by illegal mining Who knew that free verse could be so effectively tailored to such ends Where sermons and pamphlets fail to make a markstage performances punch you in the head with an air of immediacy Watching a motivated performer sing or recite ballads about the death of Mother Nature is like pressing an open wound Everybody should do it Tree planting is one aspect that environmental festivals stress upon Tree counting is another oneand equally as important Did you know it that it takes 8-10 minutes to record a single tree during the tree census Firstthey write down botanical features of the treethen photograph itand finally capture its GPS location I am surprised the authorities have not yet trained giant snails to perform this task for them at its current pace Fortunatelysomeone has come up with an improvement Smart Surveys tree census app does the job in less than two minutesusing GISGPS and other new-fangled technologies that are finally being used for something more than launching projectiles at zombies and pigs Mappingtracking and identification the works Its a paperless exercisewhich makes sense considering the context The app has already taken off on a pilot project in Sambhaji Park and a few other areas One can only guess if Pune Municipal Corporation will eventually digitise its entire tree census operation In this age of alternative options ranging from hi-tech tablets to animal-dung paper it would be quite ironic to continue recording the existence of living trees on the remains of those cut down While the powers that be are left to make these monumental decisionswe commoners can return to admiring fluid landscapes of the seasons One could go on a long drive to Mulshi and look at the cosmos flowers if one hasnt already They may not be there forever Kruttika Nadig is a chess grandmaster and former national champion For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 21 2014 12:55 am Related News What began as a renovation work in a house in South Delhi’s Gulmohar Park locality ended with police rushing to the site with forensic anthropologists in tow all breaking their heads over a mystery 12 feet under Two human skeletons were dug up by labourers renovating a basement in A Block Gulmohar Park on Wednesday afternoon The two human skeletons both intact not only scared the labourers but has also got police puzzled Soon after the discovery police initiated an enquiry under 174 CrPC to ascertain whether a person died under suspicious circumstances or met with an unnatural death and if so its apparent cause According to police the labourers found the first skeleton some 12 feet underground “On further digging they spotted another skeleton The labourers informed police and a team of officers was sent to the spot The team took pictures of both skeletons and the site from where they were unearthed” a police officer said Police said a brick with ‘1964’ embossed on it was recovered from near the skeletons According to sources the skeletons have been sent for a forensic examination to analyse their age and gender A post-mortem examination will also be conducted “Forensic anthropological techniques will have to be used to assess and analyse the age sex stature and ancestry of the skeletons It will also help us ascertain the cause and time of death The bones will also be examined” the officer said Going by the geography of the area — the Siri Fort built during the rule of Khiljis is only a few kilometres away — police suspect the skeletons may even date back to the Delhi Sultanate period “Looking at the history of the area the discovery is not so surprising Though we are not ruling out any foul play and have initiated an enquiry into the matter we suspect that the skeletons dates back to the period of the Delhi Sultanate” the officer said “Hauz Khas used to be a tank from where water was supplied to the city of Siri It is possible that the remains date back to that period However the period to which they belong will only be known when the forensic report is out The matter is under probe” he said 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