Manchester United will eye a UEFA Europa League 2019-20 knockout berth when they host Partizan Belgrade on November 8. The UEFA Europa League 2019-20 Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade will be played at the Old Trafford. The Red Devils are leading Group L table with seven points from three games. On the other hand, Partizan Belgrade, who were handed a defeat by the United side a fortnight ago, will look for an upset. The UEFA Europa League 2019-20 Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade will commence at 1:30AM.United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged his side to recover from Bournemouth loss and bounce back in the upcoming home fixture. “We have two more games before the international break, we’ve got a chance on Thursday to qualify in Europe and then Brighton at home – so we need a response,” the Norwegian said. Apart from Paul Pogba’s long-term absence, the Solskjaer side will miss Eric Bailly, Axel Tuanzebe and Nemanji Matic. Luke Shaw has also been sidelined for this fixture.Meanwhile, Partizan Belgrade will miss Lazar Markovic onboard.UEFA Europa League 2019-20 Manchester United possible starting lineup vs Partizan Belgrade: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Young; McTominay, Fred; James, Mata, Rashford; MartialUEFA Europa League 2019-20 Partizan Belgrade possible starting lineup vs Manchester United: Stojkovic; Miletic, Ostojic, Pavlovic, Urosevic; Zdjelar, Natkho; Tosic, Soumah, Asano; SadiqWhat time is kick-off?The game will kick-off at 1:30AM on November 8.What TV channel is it on?Sony will show every game from the Europa League LIVE in India this season. Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade will be LIVE on Sony Ten2 SD and HD on Wednesday night.How can I stream it?The Europa League Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade live stream will be available on Sony LIV app in India for premium users. Europa LeagueEuropa League 2019-20footballManchester United First Published: November 7, 2019, 3:34 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.
The Government has allocated $615.6 million for work on the Public Sector Transformation Implementation Project this year.To be implemented by the Office of the Prime Minister from January 2018 to January 2024, the project aims to modernise interventions in three ministries, inclusive of organisational and process reengineering and information and communications technology investments, to improve service delivery.As outlined in the 2018/19 Estimates of Expenditure, the project also intends to create a network connecting eGov Jamaica Limited’s data centre to all ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) in the Kingston metropolitan area; upskill and retrain civil servants who may be affected by the reforms; expand the human resources management system to 85 MDAs; design and implement an operation model for three key, shared corporate services for the public sector; and conduct a public-sector compensation review.Among the targets for this year are (a) to commence roll-out of the GovNet infrastructure in three ministries; (b) executing retraining and upskilling workshops with select civil servants; (c) engaging consultants to conduct salary and allowance reviews and completing data centre design, and (d) establishing a shared office location for human resources management system and shared service teams.The Government of Jamaica and Inter-American Development Bank are jointly funding the project.
zoom Pascagoula-based shipbuilder VT Halter Marine has launched Crowley Maritime Corp.’s second Commitment Class container/roll on-roll off (ConRo) ship, Taíno.The LNG-powered ConRo will now proceed through the final topside construction and testing phase before beginning service in the U.S. Jones Act trade in 2018.Taíno, will join its sister ship, El Coquí, which was launched in March this year and is now in final testing prior to entering service in early 2018.Once delivered, the duo will replace tugs and triple-deck Roll-on/Roll-off barges currently sailing between Jacksonville and Puerto Rico.“Monday’s launch represents another momentous achievement for the men and women at Crowley, VT Halter Marine and other partners, who have dedicated themselves to designing and building this pioneering ship as well as sister ship, El Coquí,” the company’s CEO Tom Crowley said.Based on their design specifications, the ConRo pair will be able to transport up to 2,400 TEU and a mix of nearly 400 cars and larger vehicles in the enclosed Ro/Ro decks respectively. According to Crowley, the ships will be able to accommodate container sizes ranging from 20-foot standard, to 53-foot by 102-inch-wide, high-capacity units, as well as up to 300 refrigerated containers.VT Halter Marine, part of ST Engineering, and Crowley signed the construction contract for the duo in November 2013. The U.S. shipbuilder started building the LNG-fueled ships in October 2014.Image Courtesy: Crowley; Video Courtesy: VT Halter Marine
The people’s choice Midnight Madness Award went to Joseph Kahn’s “Bodied,” followed by first runner-up “The Disaster Artist” from James Franco, and second runner-up “Brawl in Cell Block 99” from director Craig Zahler. “Sir, it would be my privilege to sit down and have a beer with you someday.” First runner-up was “I, Tonya,” a mockumentary-style dark comedy starring Margot Robbie as disgraced U.S. figure skater Tonya Harding. The Craig Gillespie film explores Harding’s hardscrabble upbringing and ascension up the skating ranks, and looks at the infamous 1994 attack on American rival Nancy Kerrigan. The Martin McDonagh film about revenge and redemption in small-town America beat out several other buzzworthy titles for the Grolsch People’s Choice Award at a ceremony Sunday closing out the 11-day festival. The TIFF win comes on the heels of best screenplay honours for “Three Billboards” at the Venice Film Festival. The people’s choice documentary prize went to Agnes Varda and JR’s “Faces Places.” First runner-up was awarded to Tragically Hip documentary “Long Time Running” from Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, with second runner-up prize going to Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!” Advertisement “It’s a story that connects with people. It’s really well-acted,” festival director Piers Handling said of “Three Billboards.” “It’s just told with humour and grit and rawness and doesn’t pull its punches.” Advertisement “I think it’s very important to talk about women’s issues all around the world because still we are facing gender discrimination,” Foroughi said. “I really wish to have equality soon.”By: Lauren La Rose “It’s not an easy film to watch; but as far as being Indigenous and an Indigenous filmmaker, it’s the truth,” said Thornton of “Sweet Country,” which set in 1929 in Australia’s Northern Territory. Last year’s winner was “La La Land,” which scored a record-tying 14 Oscar nominations. The Los Angeles-set musical starring London, Ont., native Ryan Gosling went on to win six Oscars, including best actress for Emma Stone and the director prize for Damien Chazelle. Oscar winner Frances McDormand is emerging as contender for another best actress statuette for her powerful turn as a grieving mother seeking vengeance after the rape and murder of her daughter. Her fight for justice arrives in the form of three large-scale signs targeted toward police chief William Willoughby (Woody Harrelson.) Second runner-up was Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name,” a heartbreaking love story and coming-of-age tale set in the Italian countryside. The film centres on 17-year-old Elio (Timothee Chalamet) who finds himself infatuated with an older student (Armie Hammer) working for his father. TIFF’s annual people’s choice prize, which includes a $15,000 cash award, is often regarded as a bellwether for success at the Academy Awards. Actor Frances McDormand is shown in a scene from the film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” The film won the People’s Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-TIFF MANDATORY CREDIT The $15,000 City of Toronto Award for best Canadian first feature film went to Wayne Wapeemukwa for “Luk’ Luk’l.” The film is a hybrid documentary about five Vancouverites living on the fringes of society during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Facebook Iranian-born, Montreal-based filmmaker Sadaf Foroughi won the Discovery program prize for “Ava.” Her directorial debut centres on an Iranian teenage girl struggling between traditions and modernity, and also earned an honourable mention for best Canadian first feature film. “It’s the truth I needed to get out there not only about Australia, but to to the world, to say there’s an alternative history, an oral history that we have passed down; and we’re starting to use for celluloid to tell, and that’s really important for us,” he said. Advertisement In a historic gaffe, “La La Land” was mistakenly announced as the best picture winner at this year’s ceremony before the prize was awarded to “Moonlight.” The $30,000 Canada Goose Award for best Canadian feature film went to Robin Aubert’s zombie film “Les Affames.” Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment TORONTO — The signs could be pointing to award season accolades for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” after the dark comedy captured the People’s Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. Aubert was unable to attend the awards, but paid homage to David Cronenberg in a written statement. He said he is “forever indebted” to the legendary filmmaker for proving “forward-thinking genre films can also be made in Canada.” Other winners included Warwick Thornton’s “Sweet Country,” which captured the $25,000 Toronto Platform Prize, the festival’s juried program that champions director’s cinema from around the world. Twitter