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first_img News RSF_en News February 22, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information to go further Bangladeshi writer and blogger dies in detention News BangladeshAsia – Pacific May 11, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist accused of murder after refusing to hand over incriminating photos of policecenter_img Bangladeshi reporter fatally shot by ruling party activists RSF calls for the release of Bangladeshi journalist Rozina Islam, unfairly accused of espionage May 19, 2021 Find out more February 26, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Bangladesh News Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) has protested after police accused a photo-journalist of murder after he refused to hand over photos he took of police firing at demonstrators at a polling station, killing two of them.Freelance journalist Aurobindo Pal was arrested by police in the northern Mymensingh district on 10 May after he refused to hand over his negatives taken the evening before. To ensure he could not be bailed, they put him on a murder charge.Reporters Without Borders said it was dismayed that yet again police had arrested a Bangladeshi journalist on a false accusation. It urged Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Moudud Ahmed to intervene with the relevant authorities to obtain the journalist’s release and the lifting of trumped-up charges against him.The international press freedom organisation also called in its letter to the minister for the punishment of police officer Khohinoor Miah implicated in the arrest and other human rights violations, including the torture of the journalist Saleem Samad in 2002.A riot broke out against security forces at a polling station in the town of Nandail on 9 May 2004, where local elections were being held. Police, on the order of Khohinoor Miah, fired into the crowd, killing two demonstrators and injuring at least 17 others. Pal took pictures of the police action.Police turned up at his home that night to seize the negatives. Despite threats of reprisals, Pal refused. Police searched his home and one officer said he had been ordered to arrest him if he failed to comply.Pal, who is deputy chairman of the town press club, is to appear before the Nandail court on 12 May. He cannot be released on bail because he is accused of murder under Article 302 of the criminal code. District administrator for Mymensingh district said that the chief of police had acted against his advice.On the day of Pal’s arrest, the minister, Moudud Ahmed, told a meeting of donor countries that there was complete press freedom in Bangladesh and that journalists had been killed or attacked for reasons that had nothing to do with their work.Representatives of the donor countries had asked the Dhaka government to act to improve the situation, pointing out that there could be no press freedom as long as journalists worked under threat. BangladeshAsia – Pacific Organisation last_img read more

first_imgAFTER three days of intense battle, Guyana’s top softball teams, Regal Masters and Speedboat ended the three-day tournament as the top two teams when the inaugural tournament ended on Sunday at the Everest Cricket Club ground.The tournament, which witnessed softball in a new dispensation, was deemed a huge success by president of the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Incorporated (GSCL), Ian John.“What we witnessed over the past three days was definitely good for the game. Softball has definitely created that atmosphere in bringing people together, it has also created togetherness and sportsmanship; so yes, it was definitely a huge success,” John told Chronicle Sport during an exclusive interview.After three days of competitive cricket, Regal Masters and Speedboat teams were the deserving winners.Watched by a huge crowd that included Prime Minister and First Vice-President, Moses Nagamootoo, his wife Seeta; Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan; Minister of Social Cohesion with responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sports, Dr George Norton; Regal Masters whipped the visiting New York Hustlers by 24 runs in the Masters final while Speedboat eased past Regal All Stars by 55 runs in the Open division.The Regal Masters’ victory was first set-up by an attacking 68 from opener, Mahase Chunilall and a fluent half century from Eric Thomas.Chunilall and Mahendra Hardyal (28) added 96 for the first-wicket which laid a solid platform for Thomas, who hit one four and six sixes in his 53.After Hardyal’s dismissal, Chunilall and Thomas continued the assault, and together took the score to 172 before Chunilall, who struck one four and four maximums, was dismissed by Troy Gobin.Thomas and Eon Abel (13) ensured the eventual winners reached a challenging 199-4. In reply the visiting New York Hustlers reached 175-8 when the allotted overs expired.Speedboat won the Open category.Chob Richmond (44 not out), Shameer Sadloo (36), D. Chumney (19), Gobin (23), and Roy Matura (24), were the batsmen who produced innings of substance in a losing effort. Thomas was the pick of the bowlers with 3-23 for the City side.Meanwhile, Speedboat made a competitive 182-9 after they were asked to bat first. Anand Bharat and Lennox Marks put on 24 for the opening stand before Marks was bowled by Amir Nizamudin for 15.Vikash Dhaniram (09), and Greg Singh (15) were then bowled by Fazal Rafiek and Nizamudin, respectively, to leave the score at 98-4.Speedboat then lost Wazir Hussain (02), bowled by Esau, but Ricky Sargeant and Shazim Hussain propped up the total before Hussain was run out for 27. Sargeant made 21.Esau claimed 3-38, Rafiek 2-40 and Nizamudin 2-42.In the run chase, the City-based side were reduced to 39-5, and never recovered from that position, despite Navin Singh (15) and Sewchand Budhu (25), adding 33 as Regal All stars were bowled out for127 in 17.4 overs. Kishore Smith had 3-20.At the conclusion of the tournament, Azaad Azeez, Ralph Layne, Shawn Lall and Sewchand Budhu, were rewarded for taking five-wicket hauls while Vijay Surujpaul, Brian Mangar, Safraz Esau, Sachin Singh and Safraz Karim received awards for scoring centuries.Kishore Smith was named man-of-the-match in the final, while Esau (162 runs and 12 wkts) received one Hero motorcycle for being voted MVP in the All Stars category.Brian Mangar’s (201), highest individual score; Esau, highest wicket taker; Kawson Joseph, best wicket-keeper; and Delroy Perreira, best fielder; also received awards.Regal All Stars received the Prime Minister’s trophy and $100,000, while Speedboat pocketed a trophy and $600,000.In the Masters division, Mohamed Rafeek (highest individual scorer); Laurie Singh (highest wicket taker); Chunilall (MVP); R. Neil (best wicket-keeper) and Troy Gobin (best fielder), were outstanding performers.Thomas was named man-of-the-match in the final while Chunilall received the MVP prize. NY Hustlers took a trophy and $100,000, while Regal Masters grabbed the Prime Minister’s trophy and $500,000. Zaheer Mohamed of Kaieteur News received the reporter of the tournament prize.Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Prime Minister Nagamootoo congratulated the teams on their achievements and lauded the GSCL Inc on a well-organised tournament. – Regal Masters and Speedboat the champion teamslast_img read more

first_imgBrandon Triche and Michael Carter-Williams turned in nearly identical numbers in leading Syracuse against St. John’s on Sunday.They set the tone on both ends of the court in the dominant 19-point victory, harassing the Red Storm guards at the top of the zone, knocking down open jumpers and feeding their teammates with precise passes.The senior finished with 16 points, seven assists and a steal, while the sophomore registered 17 points, eight assists and six steals.“I thought Brandon and Michael played well,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “I thought this was their best game in a long time that they were good on defense, good on offense.”On defense, they were active and opportunistic, keeping their hands in the passing lanes and pressuring guards in their area.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSix-plus minutes into the game, the back-court duo combined to force a St. John’s turnover that led to an easy bucket on the break.Red Storm forward JaKarr Sampson held the ball in the left corner with nowhere to go. He looked to swing the ball back around the perimeter, but Triche denied the pass to guard D’Angelo Harrison on the wing. Sampson thought he had an opening to reach teammate Sir’Dominic Pointer at the top of the key. But that’s when Carter-Williams pounced in front and took off with the steal.The 6-foot-6 point guard dribbled down court with his left hand before switching to his right for an easy finger roll as Harrison flew by for a failed steal attempt.Syracuse took a 16-8 lead that soon expanded to 21-10 after a 3-pointer and assist by Triche. Another 3 by Triche off of a feed from Carter-Williams closed the half with the Orange up by 13.“We were just flowing and finding our open teammates and they were knocking down shots,” Carter-Williams said.While both scored and distributed the ball effectively, Triche was more impressed with the tandem’s low turnover total. The guards combined for just five turnovers, giving them a 3-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio.After a pair of turnovers by the guards in a 13-second span in the opening minutes, both settled in.Carter-Williams drilled a 3 off of a pass from Triche on the ensuing possession, inciting a fist pump from Boeheim as he urged Carter-Williams to get locked in heading down the court.He and Triche did that as the team’s catalysts, powering an offense with four players in double figures while helping put Baye Moussa Keita in position for eight points on 4-for-4 shooting.With the guards playing this way, Syracuse will continue to click as conference play continues.“They both played well,” Jerami Grant said. “Brandon played a great game. Mike played a great game – to get a contribution from them like that, we’re definitely going to be hard to beat going forward.” Comments Published on February 10, 2013 at 9:22 pm Contact Ryne: [email protected] Related Stories HE’S BACK: Southerland scores 13 in 1st game back as Syracuse defeats St. John’s 77-58Fair leads SU past St. John’s with 17 points in all-around performance Grant to continue starting despite Southerland’s returnSoutherland glad to be back on court after arduous suspensionGallery: Syracuse defeats St. John’s 77-58 in Southerland’s returncenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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