Leicester City reportedly work to scare off the interest of Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur in their promising defender by tying the newly promoted England international down with a new improved contractOne of the greatest revelations of last season’s Premier League campaign, Ben Chilwell, has drawn the attention of EPL heavyweights after some glittering performance with the Foxes.The versatile defender has already accumulated 44 league appearances under Claude Puel, as he started all eight Leicester City’s matches in the English top flight this season.According to the British publication, Team Talk, the 2016 Premier League champions have bound the 21-year-old player with a new deal that will last until 2024.Chilwell himself was delighted to prolong his stay at the King Power Stadium.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“Leicester’s always felt like the right place for me,” he said.“I’ve had fantastic support at every level since I arrived nine years ago and I’ve always felt opportunities would come if I continued to work hard. That’s a great feeling to have as a young player.“The club has really big, long-term plans and it’s really exciting to know that I’m going to be part of that. We’ve got a great squad with quite a youthful core so there’s a real opportunity for us to push on and achieve something together in the coming years.”A product of Leicester City youth academy, Chilwell has established himself as a first-choice left back and an integral part of the starting line-up ever since he returned from a brief loan spell with Huddersfield Town.
New Delhi, September 26 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 36.30 points up to stand at 19892.54. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 5.75 points up to stand at 5879.60. BHEL and JP POWER were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 7.53% and 5.89% along with Financial Technologies and Oberoi Realty with an increase of 4.73% and 4.44% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include HDIL and Indian Oil Corp with a decrease of 4.67% and 4.10% along with OIL INDIA and Reliance Communications Ltd. with a decrease of 3.85% and 3.79% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 4.29 points at 11,186.12 while the banking sector is down 36.74 points at 11,452.68 and the realty sector is down 11.42 points at 1,209.29. The Indian currency is up 0.43% at Rs 62.17 per dollar.
Photo: Christian Mundigler This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Oldest written document ever found in Jerusalem (PhysOrg.com) — In a study to be published this month in the Proceedings of the Athens Archaeological Society, archaeologist Michael Cosmopoulos of the University of Missouri-St. Louis shares his discovery of a clay tablet showing the earliest known writing in Europe. Located in the southwestern corner of Greece, the town where this discovery took place is Iklaina. This town dates back to the Mycenaean period of 1500 BC to 100 BC, and around 1400 BC was conquered by King Nestor.Cosmopoulos has been actively excavating this site for 11 years and has found evidence of a Mycenaean palace, including colorful murals, Cyclopean walls, and an elaborate drainage system made from clay pipes. However, this tablet has been his most unexpected find.Tablets of this nature were made from clay which was allowed to dry in the sun, making them very brittle and easily destroyed. The tablet they discovered however, had been thrown in a garbage pit and burned, thus firing the clay and leaving it preserved.The estimated 3,500 year-old tablet only measures around one inch by one and a half inches, but shows various symbols of Linear B, an ancient Greek writing consisting of 87 signs, each signifying one syllable. It appears that the Mycenaean’s used this tablet to record economic matters of interest to those in the ruling party. From what the researchers can distinguish, the front of the tablet shows markings appearing to for a verb relating to manufacturing. The back of this small tablet shows a list with numbers and names.While this is not the oldest writing ever found, it is the earliest example of writing found in Europe. Writing found in China, Egypt, and Mesopotamia is believed to date back to 3,000 BC.Originally believed that such tablets were only found in major state capitals or the time period, this find brings to that they were also used in what are considered second-tier towns. Researchers are hoping this find will help to shed some light on how these ancient Greek kingdoms were run. © 2010 PhysOrg.com More information: www.archetai.gr/site/eng_page_uc.html Citation: Oldest evidence of writing found in Europe (2011, April 4) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-04-oldest-evidence-europe.html Explore further
Kolkata: A six-year-old girl student was allegedly molested by a male teacher at a school in south Kolkata which triggered protests by angry parents in front of the institution, police said. Ananya Chakrabarty, Chairperson of the West Bengal Child Rights Commission, said that the student had been molested by the male teacher. The accused teacher was taken to a police station and investigation was on, police said. The police had a tough time to control the protestors who tried to enter the school. Brickbats were hurled at the police personnel in which some of them were injured, the sources said. The police had to wield batons to disperse the demonstrators. Deputy Commissioner of Police(South East division) Kalyan Mukherjee said, “The teacher was taken to the police station. Investigation is on”. The school authorities were not available for immediate comments.
Kolkata: Paying homage to Dr B R Ambedkar for giving shape to India’s Constitution, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said Monday that it was the responsibility of every citizen to protect the spirit of the “holy book”. “Today is #ConstitutionDay. Homage to Dr B R Ambedkar and all other members of the Constituent Assembly who gave shape to the Holy Book of our democracy – the Constitution, Banerjee said in a Twitter post on Monday. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeWe must do everything we can to protect the spirit of our Constitution – Sovereignty, Socialism, Secularity, Democratic Republic, Justice, Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality, she said in another tweet. Constitution Day is celebrated the country on November 26 every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India which came into effect on January 26, 1950. Dr B R Ambedkar is hailed as the prime architect of the Constitution. The Centre, in 2015, declared November 26 as Constitution Day.