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Jaypee Punjab Warriors register their second win on home turf
January 24, 2016, Chandigarh: Jaypee Punjab Warriors registered their second win on their home turf today defeating Dabang Mumbai 3-1 in the seventh match of the 4th edition of Coal India Hockey India League. The match which was being played at the sector 42 Hockey Stadium Chandigarh, saw the home team bounce back with the win and moved to the top of the league table with 11 points in their kitty.
The first quarter of the match began with Jaypee Punjab Warriors attacking Dabang Mumbai, whose defence was caught off guard. The home team scored their first goal through young Indian forward Armaan Qureshi in the 9th minute giving him his first goal of the tournament and his team a 2-0 lead. The second quarter saw a tightened defence from Dabang Mumbai but in the 21st minute a penalty corner conversion by Christopher Ciriello put the match strongly in favour of the Punjab team with the score line at 3-0. The score stayed at 3-0 till the end of the first half.
The second half saw Dabang Mumbai enter the field reenergised, as they started pressing hard on Jaypee Punjab Warriors. The change in the tactics paid off for the visitors with a penalty corner in the 39th minute which was excellently converted by the rising Indian drag flicker Harmanpreet Singh reducing the gap by a goal. The third quarter ended with the score at 3-1 still in favour of Jaypee Punjab Warriors. The fourth quarter saw many chances being created by both the sides but both the goalkeepers stood strong foiling all attempts from either sides. The home team’s defence held their nerve till the end of the last quarter and the match ended with the score of 3-1 giving the Jaypee Punjab Warriors their second win in front of their home crowd.
The Coal India Goal of the Match award of INR 50,000 was presented by Mr. BK Upadhyay, Regional Sales Manager, Coal India Limited, to Armaan Qureshi from Jaypee Punjab Warriors, while Dabang Mumbai goalkeeper David Harte walked away with the Most Entertaining Player of the Match award. Tristan Clemons, Jaypee Punjab Warriors goalkeeper won the Man of the Match award of INR 50,000 while his team mate Varun Kumar won the INR 25,000 Hero Emerging Player of the Match award.
The next match of the 4th Coal India Hockey India League will be played between the Uttar Pradesh Wizards and Kalinga Lancers at the Major Dhyanchand Stadium, Lucknow on 25th January, 2016. The six team annual franchise based hockey league, the flagship event of Hockey India – the apex body governing the sport in the country and sanctioned by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) is being played across six venues in India from 18th January – 21st February 2016.

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Quake of M6.1 – STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR

Globe with Earthquake Location

Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude6.1
Date-Time
  • 25 Jan 2016 04:22:03 UTC
  • 25 Jan 2016 04:22:03 near epicenter
  • 25 Jan 2016 08:22:03 standard time in your timezone
Location35.741N 3.597W
Depth10 km
Distances
  • 62 km (38 mi) NNE of Al Hoceima, Morocco
  • 64 km (39 mi) NNE of Tirhanimine, Morocco
  • 69 km (42 mi) NNE of Imzourene, Morocco
  • 77 km (47 mi) NW of Melilla, Spain
  • 164 km (101 mi) ESE of Gibraltar, Gibraltar
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25 January 2016
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Looking back: at the Keres Memorial – ACP Open 2016
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25 January 2016
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Global news from a South Asian perspective
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Russian 5G fighter production in 2017

A PAK FA T-50 fighter jet performs a demo flight © Alexey Filippov

The final primary batch of PAK-FA fighter jets is almost complete and tests will be finished in 2016, top military officials told the media. The Russian Air Force hopes to start regular production of the new 5G jets soon, with the first planes coming in 2017.
The PAK-FA (Perspective Air Complex of Frontline Aviation) fighter jets are being manufactured by the KnAAPO (Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association) in the Russian Far East. Part of Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation, the KnAAPO is the country’s largest aircraft-manufacturing company, producing both military aircrafts and civilian planes like the Sukhoi Super Jet.
Air Force Commander-in-Chief Viktor Bondarev, who recently visited the KnAAPO production facility, has told RIA Novosti he is extremely pleased with the pace of the PAK-FA’s (also known as the T-50) development.
“The eleventh T-50 aircraft is on berth and is 60-70 percent ready. This aircraft is going to be the final one in the test series,” Bondarev said, adding he is 100 percent sure the jets will pass government testing by the end of 2016.
“Next year the aircraft goes into serial production,” he told RIA.
Bondarev said that the PAK-FA’s operational engine will be ready for testing next year and is likely to go into production in 2018. At the moment, the PAK-FA is powered with two AL-41F1 engines which enable it to fly at a supersonic cruise speed, have a 2,600 km/h top speed, and a range of 5,500 kilometers (with two drop tanks).
The next-stage engine, currently dubbed ‘Type 30,’ is expected to have better speed and fuel economy characteristics.
The Air Force commander recalled the incident in which a PAK-FA #5 caught fire at Zhukovsky Airfield near Moscow, where the 5G (fifth generation) fighters are being tested.
“The aircraft has been restored and it is flying. This serves as proof the aircraft is highly maintainable, we do need such machines,” Bondarev said.

Russian 5G fighter production in 2017

A PAK FA T-50 fighter jet performs a demo flight © Alexey Filippov

The final primary batch of PAK-FA fighter jets is almost complete and tests will be finished in 2016, top military officials told the media. The Russian Air Force hopes to start regular production of the new 5G jets soon, with the first planes coming in 2017.
The PAK-FA (Perspective Air Complex of Frontline Aviation) fighter jets are being manufactured by the KnAAPO (Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association) in the Russian Far East. Part of Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation, the KnAAPO is the country’s largest aircraft-manufacturing company, producing both military aircrafts and civilian planes like the Sukhoi Super Jet.
Air Force Commander-in-Chief Viktor Bondarev, who recently visited the KnAAPO production facility, has told RIA Novosti he is extremely pleased with the pace of the PAK-FA’s (also known as the T-50) development.
“The eleventh T-50 aircraft is on berth and is 60-70 percent ready. This aircraft is going to be the final one in the test series,” Bondarev said, adding he is 100 percent sure the jets will pass government testing by the end of 2016.
“Next year the aircraft goes into serial production,” he told RIA.
Bondarev said that the PAK-FA’s operational engine will be ready for testing next year and is likely to go into production in 2018. At the moment, the PAK-FA is powered with two AL-41F1 engines which enable it to fly at a supersonic cruise speed, have a 2,600 km/h top speed, and a range of 5,500 kilometers (with two drop tanks).
The next-stage engine, currently dubbed ‘Type 30,’ is expected to have better speed and fuel economy characteristics.
The Air Force commander recalled the incident in which a PAK-FA #5 caught fire at Zhukovsky Airfield near Moscow, where the 5G (fifth generation) fighters are being tested.
“The aircraft has been restored and it is flying. This serves as proof the aircraft is highly maintainable, we do need such machines,” Bondarev said.

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