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first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Clarendon College edged closer to gaining a berth in the inter-zone round of the 2015 ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup as Group H winners, following a 1-1 draw at Lennon High yesterday.After seven matches, the defending champions are on 15 points and yet to lose a game. They are two points in front of a resurgent Edwin Allen High, while the faltering Lennon have 11 points from six matches.The Paul Davis-coached Clarendon College have racked up 30 goals and only four against to dominate the group, and with the return match against second-from-bottom Thompson Town to come on October 10, they are in pole position to be amongst the teams to participate in the cash-rich FLOW Super Cup, which will have its launch today in Montego Bay.Over in Group D, former winners Godfrey Stewart High defeated The Manning’s School 1-0 in the Savanna-la-Mar derby to jump into the lead on 11 points. Previous leaders Petersfield (10 pts) were idle and can retake the lead when they clash with Little London tomorrow.Manning’s remain third in the group with nine points and will have a tough time amassing enough points to keep either Godfrey Stewart or Petersfield from advancing.Knox College’s 1-0 win over Bellefield left Group G in a bind, as apart from leaders Holmwood, who tagged Alston 3-1 for their 14th point of the campaign, four of the remaining teams are locked on 11 points.Knox, Spalding, Alston, and Christiana are neck and neck in the race to advance – along with favourites Holmwood – from the group.last_img read more

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first_imgAlan Pardew believes his “unplayable” Crystal Palace side are all-but safe from relegation after picking up their ninth win of the Premier League campaignThe Eagles secured a 2-1 away win over Stoke City thanks to goals from Glenn Murray and Wilfried Zaha, and boss Pardew believes his side need only a few more points to guarantee their place in the top flight for the second successive season.“It’s nearly safe, we probably need a couple more points but it’s the wins, nine wins this year I think will be enough so we just need to see it home now,” Pardew said following the game.“The form were in, in patches we can be unplayable. At the end of the first half, we had a golden spell and we really could have run away with the game.”Asked about his side’s future, the Eagles boss said Premier League status is all that matters for the club and hailed his men for their efforts so far this term.He added: “The most important thing is Premier League status next year forget about anything else for this football club because when we arrived we was in the relegation zone, we’ve done unbelievably well to get this point total and now it’s about seeing if we can maintain those standards.”last_img read more

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first_imgFour Indian men who were friends of Anmol Sarna, a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) youth who died in 2013 in New Delhi under mysterious circumstances, were charge-sheeted under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act by the Delhi Police.Sarna, who was 20 then, was under the influence of “designer drugs and cannabis,” according to the charge-sheet presented in the court. Apart from the four men — Ridham Girhotra, Shivank Gambhir, Madhav Bhandari, and Pranil Shah — two drug peddlers and two security guards were also charge-sheeted in the case.The drug peddlers were charged under the NDPS Act while the guards were charged for culpable homicide not amounting to murder, according to the Indian Express.“The medical board stated in its report that Sarna’s behavior was erratic, violent, abusive and hallucinating — typically seen in drug abuse cases, also known as ‘run-amok’ condition. Such behavior is seen in cases of excessive intake of narcotic drugs where a person is unable to control his actions due to the effect of the intoxicating substances/drug leading to erratic behavior,” the police stated in its charge-sheet.Sarna, who finished high school in New York, was supposed to go to Canada. But he was found dead outside his friend Pranil Shah’s house in Kalkaji on Sept. 13, 2013. Sarna was beaten up by the two guards for creating a ruckus in the complex after a party at Shah’s house lasted until midnight.Sarna was found bleeding in the apartment complex around 2 am and was taken to the hospital, where he died.Nine people were arrested for the murder and consumption of narcotics. One of the accused, Dushyant Lamba, committed suicide later. He was a drug peddler who had procured LSD from China hidden in books that he ordered online.“He was procuring LSD from a Beijing-based contact, identified as Eric, via email. Later, payments were made through a money transfer service. He paid around $300-500 for one sheet,” the police stated in the charge-sheet.The incident made headlines in 2013. Initially, the police had blamed only the two guards who beat up Sarna after he became violent for his murder, but the investigation was later expanded to also include his friends and the peddlers. Related Itemslast_img read more

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