The dates for the 2005 National Touch League have been confirmed as: Opens – Friday to Monday 11 to 14 March 2005 Seniors – Wednesday to Saturday 16 to 19 March 2005 Following on from the announcement of Permits for 2005 to 2007 the Australian Touch Association NTL committee has now been given the task of reviewing the General Conditions for the 2005 Tournament. In the interim the rules and regulations as set out in the current General Conditions Document information stand until the review is completed and the release of the 2005 General Conditions Document.
fournette congratulates chubbLSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette dominated Eastern Michigan on Saturday, rushing for 233 yards and three touchdowns on just 23 carries. But afterwards, he actually wanted to talk about another tailback who plays in the SEC.Fournette, in both his post-game press conference and later a tweet, congratulated Georgia running back Nick Chubb for tying Herschel Walker’s record for consecutive 100-yard games in a Bulldogs uniform. Chubb’s 146 yards came in defeat to Alabama. It was the 13th straight time he’s crossed the mark.Via NOLA.com:Congrats to the homie @NickChubb21— 7⃣ (@_fournette) October 4, 2015In just four games, Fournette has 864 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns. If he keeps it up, he’ll be breaking records of his own.
BOULDER, CO – OCTOBER 17: The Colorado Buffaloes mascot Ralphie runs onto the field prior to the game against the Kansas Jayhawks at Folsom Field on October 17, 2009 in Boulder, Colorado. (Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/Getty Images)Colorado football will reportedly fire Mike MacIntyre after six seasons, per a report.Things have gone way downhill for MacIntyre and the Buffaloes since the team made the Pac-12 Championship Game in 2016.The team lost its final three games in 2017, to finish 5-7 and miss bowl eligibility. This year’s collapse was far worse.The Buffs were 5-0 to start the 2018 season, including wins over rival Colorado State, Nebraska, Arizona State and UCLA. Since, the team has lost six straight.On Saturday, the team was blown out by No. 21 Utah, 30-7.A new report by ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg identifies a few names that could be on Colorado football’s list to replace Mike MacIntyre.The biggest name is probably West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen. Last night’s loss at Oklahoma State aside, the Mountaineers are having a tremendous season and could play for the Big 12 title game.If he wants a change of scenery though, Colorado is an interesting job in a winnable division, at least as long as USC continues to sleepwalk.Other names raised include former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, who coached the Ducks to a national championship appearance, Fresno State’s Jeff Tedford, Boise State’s Bryan Harsin, and Syracuse’s Dino Babers.“I’m hearing Colorado athletic director Rick George wants a recognizable name with previous head-coaching experience. Possible candidates include Fresno State coach Jeff Tedford, Boise State coach Bryan Harsin, former Oregon coach and Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich, and West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen, who may be interested in making a move. Syracuse coach Dino Babers also could be an interesting option.”All four college head coaches listed have had their teams ranked in the Top 25 this season, and two of the five names have Pac-12 head coaching experience.[ESPN]
Cabinet is expected to receive a draft of proposed amendments to legislations governing parish council operations from Local Government and Community Development Minister, Hon. Noel Arscott, shortly.The Minister, who made the disclosure at a Social Development Commission (SDC) community conference in Mandeville, Manchester, on October 2, said development of the “long awaited” proposed strategic laws for reformed local governance process has been completed.He informed that the reform process being pursued entails proposed amalgamation of the Kingston and St. Andrew, Parish Council, and Municipalities Acts into one legislation – the Local Governance Act.Enactment of the Local Government Financing and Financial Management, and Local Government Unified Services and Employment Acts, are also being put forward.These, the Minister explained, are intended to equip the local authorities with greater autonomy and responsibility to administer their affairs. They are also intended to formalize the involvement of organizations, such as parish and community development committees in the local governance process. The reform process being pursued will see the creation of the Local Governance Act. Story Highlights Development of proposed strategic laws for reformed local governance has been completed. The laws will equip the local authorities with greater autonomy.
Kolkata: Giving a boost to the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS), one more flight under the RCS UDAN ( Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme has started operation from Kolkata Airport.On July 20, Indigo started their non stop daily flight to Shilong from Kolkata. It was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Meghalaya Conrad Sangma. With 61 passengers on board, 6E 7986 made its maiden journey to Shilong at 3pm. With 8 routes added recently, the total number of routes that become operational under UDAN scheme has gone up to 194.
OTTAWA — It won’t be campaigning as usual for Justin Trudeau today as the Liberal leader grapples with the fallout from a bombshell that landed on the campaign trail.An 18-year-old photo surfaced Wednesday of him dressed elaborately as Aladdin, with his face and hands blackened by makeup.Trudeau apologized profusely for having indulged in what he acknowledged to be a racist act during an “Arabian Nights”-themed party at the Vancouver private school where he once taught.He conceded it will take some doing to restore his image as a champion of diversity and tolerance.“I’m asking Canadians to forgive me for what I did,” he said during an emergency news conference aboard the Liberal campaign plane before taking off from Nova Scotia for Winnipeg, where he is scheduled to have events today.“I shouldn’t have done that. It was a dumb thing to do. I’m disappointed in myself. I’m pissed off at myself for having done it. I apologize for it.”He added that he didn’t consider it a racist action at the time, “but now we know better.”“This is something unacceptable and it is racist.”Trudeau also confessed to having worn makeup during a high school talent show, while performing a version of Harry Belafonte’s “Banana Boat Song (Day-O).”He said he’ll spend this morning talking to his three kids about “taking responsibility for mistakes we make, about living every day to try to be a better person.” And he said he’ll be spending time talking to visible minority Liberal MPs and candidates, some of whom he spoke with Wednesday evening.Trudeau’s foes will no doubt also be grappling with the fallout while they go about their more routine campaigning. They all responded Wednesday night, but now have to weigh whether to pile on Trudeau or adhere to the political maxim of never interfering when an opponent is the process of destroying themselves.NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, the first federal party leader from a visible minority, is scheduled to be in Hamilton today. On Wednesday night, he responded more personally than politically, choking up as he talked about how people who have faced discrimination because of their skin colour will be hurt by the revelation about Trudeau’s past activities.Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer spoke only briefly after landing in Quebec, where he has events today in Saint-Hyacinthe, Granby and Sherbrooke, but signalled that he intends to give no quarter.“Wearing brown face is an act of open mockery and racism,” Scheer said. “It was just as racist in 2001 as it is in 2019. And what Canadians saw this evening is someone with a complete lack of judgment and integrity and someone who is not fit to govern this country.”Throughout the first week of the campaign, the Liberal war room has made hay with past comments and social media posts from Scheer and Conservative candidates, exposing what Liberals deem examples of intolerance toward minorities. Trudeau himself has called out Scheer for his refusal to march in gay Pride parades.On Twitter late Wednesday, People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier said he won’t accuse Trudeau of being a racist.“He’s the master of identity politics and the Libs just spent months accusing everyone of being white supremacists,” he tweeted. “He definitely is the biggest hypocrite in the country.”Green Leader Elizabeth May, who is to speak to the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations today in Vancouver, said Trudeau “must apologize for the harm done and commit to learning and appreciating the requirement to model social justice leadership at all levels of government. In this matter he has failed.”The Canadian Press
For his November/December U.S. tour, Morrissey has teamed up with PETA to spread his own brand of seasonal cheer: a campaign called “Holidays Are Murder on Turkeys.”Holidays Are Murder on TurkeysThe flier’s specially crafted artwork features photos of Morrissey with animals behind a cartoon image of the veg icon holding aloft a sign bearing the campaign slogan. He has recruited PETA members to hand the fliers to thousands of fans exiting each of his 17 U.S. shows, including performances at the Hollywood Bowl and Madison Square Garden.“We hope this unique artwork will end up on refrigerators across the country as a reminder that animals shouldn’t be sacrificed for holiday feasts,” says PETA Vice President Dan Mathews.Morrissey once hosted a PETA Thanksgiving dinner at which a turkey was the guest of honor rather than the main course
19 November 2008The United Nations human rights office today voiced regret over Israel’s confirmation that it does not plan to take part in the so-called Durban Review Conference next year, which will examine the progress made worldwide since the 2001 global anti-racism summit was held in the South African city. “Given the critical importance of the issues under discussion at the Conference, broad participation is essential,” said Rupert Colville, a spokesperson for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).“These issues of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance are issues which affect all countries and millions of individuals around the world on a daily basis.”The review conference will be held in Geneva in late April next year to monitor the implementation of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action, which was agreed to by consensus at the summit in 2001.The spokesperson said the Declaration and Programme of Action were extremely valuable and contained “important and innovative recommendations for tackling racism in all its manifestations.”Israel and the United States also pulled out during the 2001 conference, citing concerns they had that the forum was being used by some Member States to push an anti-Israel agenda.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Retailers bracing for impact of economic slump this holiday season FREEIMAGES.COM by Jonathan Muma Posted Nov 13, 2015 11:44 am MDT The shopping season is officially upon us, but with all of the economic woes facing the province; it may be a less than stellar year for retailers.Most are trying to stay positive.CrossIron Mills General Manager James Moller predicts people will stop shopping for themselves, before they stop shopping for others.“I don’t know if it’s about Christmas shopping, but maybe it’s more about (purchases of) that new winter coat, or those winter boats. We’ve seen that been a little bit slower off the mark,” he said.He says there’s one benefit from the slumping economy: the low Canadian dollar.“It’s kept a few more shoppers at home this year, that maybe would be travelling to the U.S., so, we’re hoping that translates into a bit more sales,” Moller said.It’s unlikely there will be row after row of empty parking spots, but Chinook Mall Spokesperson Paige O’Neil says volume is one of the factors to consider.“I think our traffic, the number of guests that come through the building will be equal to or more than last year. It will depend on how much they’re spending this year,” she said.Both O’Neil and Moller say retailers will really be pushing Black Friday this year, which should be a good gauge as to whether it will be Happy Holidays for all, or a Blue Christmas.Maggie Schofield with the Downtown Business Association is bracing for the worst, but hoping for the best.“Well we certainly know that this will be a tougher Christmas season than we’ve seen in a number of years, even last year was really not that bad, all things considered, so, it was sort of at the beginning of the real downturn,” she said.She adds retailers and businesses have been quick to get up the lights and decorations, which always helps to lighten the mood.
A statement issued by Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said the Secretary-General is “encouraged” by the commitment and determination of the leaderships in Belgrade and Pristina to achieve substantial progress in the context of the dialogue facilitated by the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton. The next round of talks is scheduled for 20 March in Brussels. The UN Security Council will also be discussing Kosovo later this week in New York. “The Secretary-General calls upon both parties to remain committed to reaching agreements through mutually acceptable solutions,” said the statement.“He stresses the importance of a successful outcome to achieve a stable and prosperous European future for the Western Balkans. He also urges both parties to conduct the remaining stage of the negotiations with the courage to compromise and the determination to bring about lasting stability in the region.”Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in February 2008, but Serbia does not recognize the declaration. The EU has been facilitating dialogue between the parties on a range of practical matters. The Secretary-General looks forward to discussing the progress with the parties in New York in the margins of the Security Council discussion on Kosovo, today’s statement added.
Michael Bidochka, Fiona Hunter and Joffre Mercier perform Irish music to raise money for the Haiti relief effort.It’s only the first week of the campaign, and Brock people are already opening their hearts and wallets for the relief effort in Haiti.A Red Cross online donation portal for Brock opened Monday. As of Wednesday morning, more than $2,000 had been donated to help the earthquake-ravaged country, said John Kaethler, director of International Services. International Services spearheaded Brock’s Haiti fundraising efforts, which includes staff and student groups around campus.“It’s been good. It’s been very good,” Kaethler said of the response. “But the need is so great.”The portal is located at www.redcross.ca/brocku. About 20 coin boxes are located around campus. Other fundraising efforts include:A bake sale Jan. 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in MacKenzie Chown A block. The sale is organized by the Ontario Public Interest Research Group. There will be a second bake sale on Jan. 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., as well as a silent auction with a chance to win personal training sessions at The Zone, Brock memorabilia and more.A Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Night Jan. 20 at Isaac’s Pub featuring Bobby Mair and John Ki. Doors open at 9 p.m.A samosa sale. International Services is taking orders until Jan. 29, followed by a general sale Feb. 3 in MacKenzie Chown A block. The cost is $1 per samosa or $10 per dozen (which includes two sauces per dozen). There will be an automatic delivery charge of $2 per order. Send completed order forms, with money, to the Office of International Services (DeCew 209). Click here to download the order form.On Wednesday, professors Joffre Mercier, Fiona Hunter and Michael Bidochka – all from Biological Sciences – played Irish music in the Schmon Tower lobby at noon. The performance raised more than $400.The Campus Store is also participating, offering customers the ability to add a donation to the price of their purchase. The Brock University Students’ Union is also holding a euchre tournament on Friday at 1 p.m. (Players can pre-register here.)Quick links:• Red Cross donation portal• Samosa order form• BUSU euchre registration form
It’s been a year of transition for the Ohio State men’s gymnastics team. Combine a young squad with an entirely new coaching staff led by former Oklahoma assistant, Rustam Sharipov, and it’s clear why some believed 2011-12 would be a rebuilding year for the Buckeyes. But for senior Ty Echard, that’s just not the case. “It’s gone better than I would have thought it ever would have gone,” Echard said. That’s not to say the changeover has been easy, though. “It’s a battle, the whole season’s a battle,” Echard said. In fact, Sharipov said the focus coming into the season was on molding the team internally, rather than to necessarily “accomplish a lot of stuff on the field.” “Our goal is more (to) accomplish (work) at the gym. In the practice, our goal is to unite the team, change their work ethics, how the guys interact with each other, with the coaches,” Sharipov said. “I think that’s going to affect how we look at the competition.” Sharipov said the way the team practices should dictate their performance against other teams. “(Our) outcome is going to come from how we act at the gym,” he said. Being ranked No. 7 nationally suggests the Buckeyes have done just that. Freshman Danny Steiner said he thinks the team has defied much of the expectations that surrounded them at the beginning of the season. “With the change in coaching with Rustam as our head coach now, I definitely think it’s gone a lot farther than anyone expected us to go,” he said. Steiner credits Sharipov and his staff as the reason the team has been able to get adjusted to the new coaching changes, and said he believes they’ve been able to “move forward and progress a lot faster than (they) would usually be doing.” Although OSU fell 355.500-347.200 to No. 2 Penn State Saturday, Sharipov said his team’s performance was an improvement from how they competed against Michigan more than two weeks ago. He said against the Wolverines, the Buckeyes’ hit percentage was too low, and it’s always tough traveling to a place where it isn’t a secret that they’re not liked. “They’re going to do everything to make you be uncomfortable,” Sharipov said. Against Penn State, though, he said he was pleased with OSU’s 77 percent hit percentage, despite the loss. Sharipov said consistently improving the Buckeyes’ hit percentage, which measures the frequency an athlete successfully lands his routine, is going to be a key to their success down the stretch, and he wants to see it improve to 80-85 percent by the end of the season. And with a contest at Illinois looming Friday, that mindset remains the same. “Our plan is to beat them on execution and the hit percentage,” Sharipov said. “I watched their routines against Penn State a couple weeks ago and they also messed up a couple events. Everybody’s a human being; there’s always room for error.” Steiner said he thinks this season has said a lot about what kind of team the Buckeyes have. “We’re a hardworking team who’s out to prove everyone else wrong — everyone’s assumptions about Ohio State and where the gymnastics has gone,” he said. “I think we’re just proving people wrong, just making our point saying, ‘We’re here, don’t count us out.’”
Facebook does not share its data unless it wants to, but will happily take all the data it can get from other services. And it was doing so up until a few days ago from Google by pulling down contact information from the Google Contact API.Google didn’t like the fact it was giving but not receiving, so it blocked users from connecting Facebook and Gmail accounts. We all thought that was the end of it, but Facebook decided to retaliate and has found a workaround to continue getting the data.AdChoices广告A hack implemented by someone on Facebook’s dev team allows the social network to use a feature Google has released that allows users to download their data. Facebook is piggybacking that and extracting the data for itself.It’s being viewed as a very aggressive move by Facebook, and one that Google is sure to see as hostile. Don’t expect the search giant to sit still on this one folks.UPDATE: A Google spokesperson has now responded to the actions of Facebook by saying:We’re disappointed that Facebook didn’t invest their time in making it possible for their users to get their contacts out of Facebook. As passionate believers that people should be able to control the data they create, we will continue to allow our users to export their Google contacts. Read more at TechCrunchMatthew’s OpinionThis strikes me as Facebook believing they are above working with Google and deciding to take what they want regardless. Google blocking the data on their service was a clear sign they didn’t want Facebook to take it without giving something back. Facebook’s response is basically saying “we don’t care, we’re taking your user data any way we can.”There’s some very clever people at Google, and I bet that the contacts data flow to Facebook won’t last much longer. The measures implemented next time won’t be so easy to circumvent and Facebook will face a complete cut off of data. In my opinion Facebook has given Google the perfect excuse to block them completely. If a service doesn’t want to share its data with you it’s their right to do so. If you then try and hack around the block you are opening yourself up to attack.The losers in this are the users who will now have a tougher time getting their contacts shared between the two services. The solution is for Facebook to start sharing its data with Google, but it doesn’t look as though Facebook are willing to back down on that front.
Chine : des morceaux de fusée se crashent sur un village du Sichuan, découvrez les imagesProvince du Sichuan, Chine – Les habitants d’un village ont été surpris de découvrir que le bruit qu’ils pensaient dû à un tremblement de terre survenu durant la nuit tirait en fait sa source du crash de plusieurs pièces issues d’une fusée. Les villageois de Jiangxi ont tout d’abord pensé que les deux explosions importantes survenues pendant la nuit étaient dues à un tremblement de terre. Mais à leur réveil le matin suivant, ils ont pu observer d’importants débris de métal jonchant le sol entre leurs habitations. Des images diffusées sur Internet par les villageois montrent ces morceaux de fusée, provenant de la seconde mission lunaire de la Chine. Personne n’a heureusement été blessé durant cet incident.D’importants débris métalliques se sont éparpillés dans l’atmosphère après que la fusée transportant la sonde lunaire Chang’e II a terminé sa course dans l’espace vendredi 1er octobre au soir. La fusée portant la sonde aurait manifesté des problèmes techniques dus à l’intense chaleur produite par la séparation de la sonde. La Chine avait lancé Chang’e II vendredi dernier, dans le cadre d’un programme spatial ambitieux qui vise à faire marcher un Chinois sur la Lune. La sonde avait été lancée à bord d’une fusée depuis le site de lancement situé dans la province chinoise du Sichuan. C’est du moins ce qui avait été indiqué par la chaîne nationale China Central Television. À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESALa sonde Chang’e II devrait permettre de préparer l’alunissage prévu en 2012, en perspective d’une future mission habitée prévue pour 2017. D’autres plans spatiaux chinois prévoient le lancement d’un module pour une nouvelle station spatiale l’année prochaine, suivi par d’autres qui viendront compléter et agencer cette future station. Découvrir les images : https://www.maxisciences.com/fus%e9e/chine-des-villageois-surpris-par-le-crash-de-morceaux-de-fusee_art9583.htmlLe 7 octobre 2010 à 12:26 • Emmanuel Perrin
Apex Legends may have lost some of the unbelievable momentum of its surprise free-to-play February launch, but millions of people still enjoy the battle royale from the makers of Titanfall (and the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order). Besides, we should applaud Respawn for not exploiting its employees to churn out constant constant like Fortnite.And there’s no better time to get back into a battle royale game than with a battle pass. So check out this nifty animated trailer for Apex Legends Season 2.While there’s no gameplay in this stylish cutscene, what we see here does have gameplay implications. Along with current characters Octane and Gibraltar, we see more of new character Wattson first revealed a few weeks ago at E3. Leaks suggest that the hacker Crypto, another potential new character, is being teased with a laptop already.Meanwhile, the action itself takes place in the Kings Canyon environment. But according to those same leaks an in-game EMP explosion has radically reshaped the land. It’s like a post-apocalypse with nature reclaiming the broken structures. Plus dragons and other creatures are set to play a bigger role on the battlefield itself.Along with all this, Apex Legends Season Two features a new ranked mode, Battle Pass rewards and skins, new challengers, and the new L-STAR machine gun. Still no word yet on playable Titans though. You won’t have to wait long. Apex Legends Season 2 launches July 2. For more on battle royale games read our review of Tetris 99 and pour one out for Mario Royale. Stay on target Finally, You Can Play ‘Apex Legends’ By YourselfWalmart, ESPN Target Video Game Guns Following Actual Gun Tragedy
Washington State University Vancouver is hosting a community conversation about the opioid crisis.The Initiative for Public Deliberation at WSU Vancouver is sponsoring the event, at 6 p.m. Feb. 27. The small-group conversations will take place at three locations in Vancouver:• WSU Vancouver Firstenburg Student Commons, 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave.• Vancouver City Hall Aspen Room, 415 W. Sixth St.• YWCA Clark County Community Room, 3609 Main St.The conversations will look at the causes and effects of opioid abuse in Southwest Washington.All forums are free. Register online at bit.ly/IPDforum.
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel hopes their 1-0 away victory at Cardiff has made Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s family proud.It was an emotional day as players, staff and fans paid tribute to the late owner in their first game since last weekend’s tragic helicopter crash.Demarai Gray’s lone goal in the second-half was enough to seal the three points for Leicester City.“I feel proud,” said Schmeichel, via Leicester Mercury.“It has been a really tough week for everyone. The way everyone has handled themselves, it is a testament to the family that Vichai built. That took a lot.“So proud of how everyone played, how professional they were.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“Always going to be an emotional day but I’m glad we got the three points.“You come across very few people in your life that hit you there and impact you. He had a really big impact on my life. You can see from the reaction of everybody that he had an impact on so many lives.“It’s a man that we’re immensely proud to have known. His family, that’s what we’re thinking about.“We’re all hurting, we’re really hurting, but we can’t imagine what they’re going through.“So we wanted to do it for him and for his family tonight.”
TACOMA — A woman arriving for work Monday at a child day care in Tacoma was severely beaten.Police spokeswoman Loretta Cool says the victim has been unable to talk with detectives because of a concussion and possible broken jaw.KOMO reports the man was waiting outside the Tender Heart Learnihng Center about 6:40 a.m. Monday when the worker arrived. He asked about enrolling a child, so she let him inside.The beating was interrupted by another employee arriving for work. The attacker fled on foot.Police are looking for the man, described as about 5-foot-6 with a very narrow face and short afro.
WILLISTON, N.D. — Authorities have identified one of two people who died in a camper fire in Williston.The Williams County Sheriff’s Office says 47-year-old Lawrence Norman, of Kelso, Wash., died in the blaze early Monday. Authorities are still trying to identify a female who also died.Authorities say the cause of death was smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.
New Delhi: The Supreme court will conduct hearing on the Ayodhya mediation report on Friday. The Ayodhya mediation panel, which was allowed time till July 31 to continue talks to develop consensus between Hindu and Muslim parties on the temple dispute, has submitted a report in a sealed cover. Based on the report, the top court will decide its further proceedings on Friday. Also Read – Trinamool, BJP activists scuffle at Dilip Ghosh’s event Advertise With Us In the last hearing, the court said it had received a report of the three-member mediation panel, headed by former apex court judge F.M.I. Kalifulla, and took on record the contents. The other two members of the panel are spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate Sriram Panchu. The court has barred publication of the report”s contents as the panel will continue the mediation process till the end of the month. Also Read – NRC in Assam to be released: list to finalize if a person is Indian or Foreigner Advertise With Us The top court had on March 8 appointed the three-member panel to talk to all stakeholders and try to reach a consensus to resolve the Ayodhya row. Recommending mediation, the court had said it was looking for “a possibility of healing relationships”. It expected mediation to succeed in developing a consensus on the sensitive matter. It asked the panel to conduct in-camera proceedings.