No bail bond for rape suspect

first_imgILOILO City – The court recommended no bailbond for the temporary liberty of a rape suspect arrested in Pandan, Antique. The 39-year-old Rhian Dela Cruz of Barangay Mobo,Kalibo, Aklan was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 11 a.m. onSept. 20, a police report showed. Officers of the municipal police stationserved the warrant issued by Judge Bienvenido Barrios of the Regional TrialCourt Branch 3.center_img Dela Cruz was detained in the Pandan policestation’s lockup facility./PNlast_img

2020 Frontrunner Biden Renews Attacks on Trump

first_imgFormer Vice President Joe Biden has renewed his attacks on President Trump.Thursday, while campaigning at the Iowa State Fair, Biden said Trump aims to divide the American people.The Democratic presidential frontrunner also said that Trump is hurting America’s standing in the world.Meantime, Biden called the middle class the backbone of the U.S. and said it must be rebuilt.He referred to the 2017 Republican tax cut bill as “god-awful” and said the U.S. should be “rewarding work, not just wealth.”Biden also argued that millionaires and billionaires do not need tax cuts.He later addressed other issues deeming climate change as the top existential threat facing the U.S. and the world.Biden also vowed to rejoin the Paris climate change accord if he wins the White House.President Trump pulled the U.S. out of the deal in 2017.last_img read more

Cricket News Hashim Amla announces retirement from all forms of international cricket

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Hashim Amla made his Test debut in 2004 against India.Amla is the only South African to hit a triple century in Tests.Amla has an average of under 50 in ODIs and 46 in Tests. highlightscenter_img New Delhi: Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect. Amla, who made his debut in 2004 against India, retires from international cricket with 9282 runs in 124 Tests at an average of close to 46.64 and 8113 runs in 181 ODIs at an average of just under 50. Amla has long been considered as one of the best players South Africa have ever produced and his retirement will leave a big void after the retirement of Dale Steyn from Tests and JP Duminy from all formats after the end of the World Cup. In a statement released by Hashim Amla, the 36-year-old gave a heartfelt tribute to his South Africa teammates, family and the fans for being with him as well as the Cricket South Africa Board. “I would like to thank my parents for their prayers, love and support, it is their shadow over me that enabled me to play for years under the Protea sun. Also, my family, friends and agent, my team mates and every member of the support staff throughout this incredible journey. A heartfelt thank you to every one of you! The fans for energizing me when times were tough, and for celebrating with me when we succeeded together. Siyabonga South Africa!”, Amla said. The right-hander holds plenty of records for South Africa. He is the first Proteas player to score a triple century in Tests when he smashed 311 against England at The Oval in 2012. After a tough start to his Test career, Amla announced himself on the world stage when he smashed 149 in 2006 in a Test against New Zealand. 2010 and 2012 proved to be the most successful years in Amla’s career. In 2010, he smashed 253 and 123 against India and he remained unbeaten in the entire series as he averaged 78 with 1249 runs in 13 Tests. In 2012, his contributions in England and Australia helped South Africa do a repeat of their 2008 success. However, his form dipped in the subsequent years and the last couple of years proved to be turbulent with not a single century. In the 2019 World Cup, Amla blasted 80 in his final league game against Sri Lanka but the tournament was a disaster for South Africa as they won only three out of nine games to finish seventh in the table and once again stumble in a big ICC event.last_img read more

AVB bemoans ‘strange decisions’

first_imgChelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas criticised referee Howard Webb after the 3-3 draw against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.United came back from three down to snatch a point, but their manager Sir Alex Ferguson described the result as “two points dropped” and felt his team should have had a first-half penalty.Referee Howard Webb later awarded United two spot-kicks, the second of which was hugely controversial, with Branislav Ivanovic adjudged to have tripped Danny Welbeck.AdChoices广告Villas-Boas said: “Of course it’s not easy to take. It is a massive recovery by United. We had it in our hands and let it slip.“But there were some strange decisions. The first one is a penalty and I agree with it. The second is very unlucky. I’m not sure if Howard is trying to compensate for something.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more