In the prohibitory order issued by him, George said he hadIn the prohibitory order issued by him, George said he had reason to believe that anti-social and anti-national elements had infiltrated the pro-Jallikattu protests and despite the government fulfilling the demand to conduct the bull taming sport, such persons and miscreants “are trying to spread rumours through the social media”, inviting students and others to congregate at Marina.They were doing so by “spreading their ideologies against the interest of the nation and the state and may again incite or lead acts of violence, mischief and rioting, that would affect the safety, peace and tranquillity of the citizens and would pave the way for damage to public property,” he said.Further, various forms of protests were not permitted at Marina and surrounding Foreshore estate area for long, he said, adding, all assemblies, processions, fasts, demonstrations, human chain and meetings were “prohibited.””Any person contravening this order shall be subjected to prosecution under the Indian Penal Code,” he said. Meanwhile, Additional Police Commissioner (South) K Shankar released videos regarding the violence by alleged miscreants and pictures of protesters holding placards threatening to observe the Republic Day as Black Day and some persons moving around with pictures of slain international terrorist Osama bin Laden. They were also seen criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi.On Monday, police were restrained while dispersing the protesters from Marina even as many had left voluntarily following polices appeal, he told reporters.Even when police came under attack from miscreants, who pelted stones and hurled petrol filled bottles at them, the police personnel only used minimum force to disperse them, he added.advertisementMany police personnel sustained injuries, he pointed out. PTI SA RC ZMN
U17 World Cup U-17 World Cup: Christian Wuck: “Satisfied with result not performance” Anselm Noronha Last updated 2 years ago 20:48 10/7/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) U17 World Cup Germany U17 Germany U17 v Costa Rica U17 Costa Rica U17 The German gaffer was surprised at the poor conversion rate of his side in their 2-1 win over Costa Rica in World Cup opener…… Noah Awuku scored a late goal to help Germany beat Costa Rica 2-1 in their opening Group C fixture of the U17 World Cup played at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Goa, on Saturday evening. Though the Deutschers earned three points, Christian Wuck was not in the best of moods after the game. “I am satisfied with result, not performance. The first 10 minutes were very nervous. Every player on pitch made mistakes and Costa Rica had big chances. After that we had many good chances. I know the (German) players. Normally they convert all chances. Today we lacked that,” said the coach of the winning side.As Germany next face Iran on Tuesday, who have the experience of playing in Goa before when they finished runners-up at the 2016 AFC U16 Championship. “It is very important for us to sleep and rest and to drink…only water, not beer. We have to look at the next game against Iran, to look at what was not so good today. Against Iran, it’s another game as they have an advantage because they know the weather in Goa,” he stated. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. On Arp’s celebration that was dedicated to the injured Kilian Ludewig who left Thursday’s training session with a heavily bandaged knee, Wuch added, “It was to tell him (Ludewig) that he is an important part of the team. He got injured and has to return back.”Meanwhile, the Costa Rica coach Breansse Camacho felt that his boys failed to capitalise against their German counterparts. “We put a lot of pressure in the first minutes but they scored first. We kept on trying but the German team kept on putting pressure on us. In the end the problem was that overall we didn’t take our chances,” he reasoned.”My players were better than Germany in some parts of the match. It’s very hard to lose a match in the 89th minute. We actually analysed Germany but couldn’t capitalise. Germany were physically very strong.”Both of the goals conceded by the Los Ticos were a result of defensive lapses, but the coach has backed his boys. “We worked to avoid mistakes but that can happen especially when you playing at the U17 level. It was a good experience for players in future. Now we need to support the players to improve their self-confidence and improve the performance in the next matches,” he concluded.