Pochettino issue rallying call ahead of Inter test

first_imgAhead of a tough game against Inter on Wednesday, Mauricio Pochettino has urged Tottenham to reproduce the same level of performance that helped them demolish Chelsea 3-1 on Saturday.Tottenham were easily the better side in Saturday’s London derby as they overloaded a toothless Chelsea side, and Pochettino has called for the same level of energy and hunger as they prepare to face Inter at Wembley, in a game that will determine their Champions League fate.“The most important thing is to try to replicate the same performance and attitude that we had against Chelsea,” Pochettino told the club’s website.“We have no excuse not to behave or perform in the same way and with the same attitude.Tammy Abraham, ChelseaChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.“Football is today, not yesterday. Of course, we are so happy with the performance we had against Chelsea but now is (time) to build the consistency and always try to give your best. After that, the performance is going to be a consequence of your attitude.“We know very well that it’s not easy to play every single game in your best way but with the right attitude, everything is possible.“It should be a good example to keep going, to be consistent and it’s clear that playing that way we can achieve the things we want.“It will be so tough because Inter are a very good team, but we are going to try. If you try, you can achieve. If you don’t try, it’s difficult to achieve.”last_img read more

CBI books BoM official 14 others in fraud case

first_imgCBI has registered case against former Assistant General Manager of Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) posted in Maharashtra beside 14 others for causing an alleged loss of Rs. 42.38 crores (approx) to the bank. Recently, BoM Aurangabad Zone, has lodged a complaint with the CBI against the former Assistant General Manager A.M. Raje and 14 persons including proprietors, partners of a local private firms for causing the loss.It was alleged that then Assistant General Manager during the period 2012-2013 had entered into criminal conspiracy with other accused persons and sanctioned credit facilities amounting to Rs.5 Crores (approx) each to the borrowers under the Loan Against Property Scheme of BoM by taking on record false valuation reports of the mortgaged property wherein their values were highly inflated by the Panel valuers. “The borrowers miss utilized the funds and did not repay the funds. An alleged loss of Rs.42.38 Crores (approx) was caused to the BoM,” CBI statement reads.last_img read more

Helicopter parenting can affect kids

first_imgDo you hover around your children in everything they do and guide them? Beware, it can negatively affect your kid’s ability to manage his or her emotions and behaviour later, and may also affect his or her academics, according to researchers.Children whose parents showed “helicopter parenting behaviour”, which means constantly guiding children by telling him or her what to play with, how to play with a toy, how to clean up after playtime and being too strict or demanding, became defiant, others were apathetic and some showed frustration. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThese children also struggled to adjust in school and social environments, the findings showed.”Our research showed that children with helicopter parents may be less able to deal with the challenging demands of growing up, especially with navigating the complex school environment,” said lead author Nicole B. Perry from the University of Minnesota.”Children who cannot regulate their emotions and behaviour effectively are more likely to act out in the classroom, to have a harder time making friends and to struggle in school,” Perry added. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFor the study, published in the journal Developmental Psychology, the team followed 422 children over the course of eight years and assessed them at ages two, five and 10.Over controlling parenting at the age of two led to poorer emotional and behavioural regulation at the age of five.Conversely, the greater a child’s emotional regulation at age five, the less likely he or she is to have emotional problems and the more likely he or she is to have better social skills and be more productive in school at the age of 10.Similarly, by age 10, children with better impulse control were less likely to experience emotional and social problems and were more likely to do better in school.”Our findings underscore the importance of educating often well-intentioned parents about supporting children’s autonomy with handling emotional challenges,” Perry said.Managing emotions and behaviour are fundamental skills that all children need to learn and over-controlling parenting can limit those opportunities, she noted.last_img read more

Carnival Conversations agent program to include Toronto stop

first_img MIAMI — Earlier this week, Carnival Cruise Line kicked off its 2018 Carnival Conversations travel agent engagement program in San Antonio, Texas, designed to maximize training and development.Carnival has confirmed that the program will run through November 2018. Additional events are scheduled in Boston, Miami, Toronto, Orlando, and Providence, Rhode Island.This year, the cruise line is introducing an enhanced format to offer more targeted training for agents, as well as roundtable discussions to gather feedback on how the line can provide the best sales and service to partners.Each event will feature a panel discussion with Carnival executives on sales and marketing techniques highlighting technology, group sales, social media and business acquisition. At the end of each general session, agents will be assigned to smaller roundtable breakout sessions of up to 10 people to discuss topics more in-depth.“In creating our new series of Carnival Conversations events, we worked closely with agents in developing a format that would maximize their training and development and give them tools they could implement immediately after the event,” said Carnival’s Senior Vice President of Sales & Trade Marketing Adolfo Perez. “This program is richer in content than ever before and is designed to supplement the hundreds of additional field trainings we offer throughout the year.”More news:  Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughtsAgents may register to participate through Carnival Passport, located within the line’s travel agent web site GoCCL.com. Travel agents may also view a full list of Carnival Conversations trainings and events on Carnival Passport. Share Carnival Conversations agent program to include Toronto stop Posted by Thursday, March 1, 2018 center_img Tags: Carnival Cruise Line Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more