Records documenting residential school abuses to be destroyed as early as 2019

first_imgOTTAWA – Some of the records detailing painful abuses suffered by residential school students will be destroyed as soon as two years from now following a Supreme Court ruling that settles the documentation’s fate.The 7-0 high court ruling released Friday brings clarity to an issue that pitted the privacy of victims against the importance of documenting a dark chapter in Canada’s relations with Indigenous Peoples.For over a century, tens of thousands of Indigenous children were required to attend residential schools, primarily run by religious institutions and funded by the federal government. Students were not allowed to use their languages or cultural practices.Former pupils provided accounts of physical, sexual and emotional abuse as part of an independent assessment process to determine compensation — a program that flowed from a major 2006 settlement agreement aimed at ensuring a lasting resolution of the residential schools legacy.The Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that said the sensitive material collected for the independent assessments should be destroyed after 15 years, though individuals could consent to archival preservation of their stories.In its reasons for the decision, the Supreme Court said the negotiators of the settlement agreement intended the assessment process to be a confidential and private one, and that claimants and alleged perpetrators relied on these confidentiality assurances.Under the process, claimants disclosed intimate personal information, including a first-person narrative outlining his or her request for compensation. Applications were then forwarded to the federal government and the church organization that operated the residential school.If the claim was not settled at this stage, it proceeded to a hearing before an adjudicator, supervised by the chief adjudicator of the Indian Residential Schools Secretariat. The settlement agreement operations branch of the federal Indigenous Affairs Department represented the government as a defendant to the claims.Participants were advised that the hearings would be held in private, and that each person who attended must sign a confidentiality agreement.The secretariat and the operations branch both possess digital and physical copies of various records pertaining to more than 37,000 claims made under the assessment process.Chief adjudicator Dan Shapiro welcomed the Supreme Court decision, saying many claimants had told him they would not have participated in the assessment process without a promise of confidentiality “even from their families and even after their deaths.”Shapiro said during a telephone call with media Friday that the 15-year clock for destruction of records begins with the conclusion of each claim, and includes an alternative-dispute resolution program that preceded the assessment process.The first dispute-resolution cases were likely finalized in 2004, meaning the records involved could be destroyed as early as 2019, Shapiro said.The next step is to gain Ontario Superior Court approval of a notice program to inform all claimants they have the option of archiving their assessment records, or whatever account they are comfortable preserving, he said.“There is urgency to getting this program before the court and we are committed to doing that. We want to do it right.”The Assembly of First Nations had told the Supreme Court that overturning the decision to allow destruction of the records would amount to another breach of trust for the same vulnerable people who were abused at residential schools as young children.The federal government unsuccessfully argued the documentary record must be fully preserved to ensure what happened is never forgotten.It said federal laws governing access to information, privacy and archives provide the proper balance for safeguarding the records of historical value while protecting individual privacy and confidentiality.The 2006 settlement agreement led to creation of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission that documented the history of the residential schools. The Winnipeg-based National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is now archiving and storing records of the commission.Crown-Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett said she was disappointed in the high court ruling because the assessment records could have helped the centre do a deeper analysis of “systemic problems” related to the residential schools.Shapiro noted more than 7,000 former students had already provided voluntary statements to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.“There is no danger of the history of residential schools being forgotten or not being known,” he said.“What we’re talking about is the personal, intimate details of each individual’s experience and whether that adds anything to the historic record, and that’s a decision that each individual can and should make, free of pressure from others.”— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitterlast_img read more

Nav Canada says not enough air traffic controllers are women minorities

first_imgMONTREAL – Assil Bedewi loves the complex task of directing the movements of the dozens of aircraft that criss-cross her screen as they take off or come in for landing.As an air traffic controller for Nav Canada, it’s her responsibility to ensure the planes swooping in and out of some of Canada’s busiest airports have a safe path to take off and land without crossing paths.But while the 34-year-old is thriving in a job that’s regularly described as one of the world’s most stressful, she remains a minority in a field that’s largely still dominated by men.According to Nav Canada, the private company that manages Canadian civil air navigation, less than 25 per cent of the workforce at the Montreal control centre are women.It’s something they’re trying to change, in part by teaming up with Elevate, a volunteer-run network that promotes aviation careers for women.Bedewi says she doesn’t know why more women aren’t flocking to a job that often pays six figures and only requires a high-school education, other than to assume they don’t know about it.“It’s a matter of educating women to the fact that it’s a job out there that is available to them, about the possibility of all these great jobs that are out there,” she said.On Friday, Nav Canada and Elevate offered reporters and school-aged children a tour of the gated red-brick building near Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport that is responsible for the entire airspace of Quebec, as well as parts of Nunavut and Eastern Ontario.Lyne Moreau, the general manager of the Montreal Flight Information Region, said she hopes that more awareness about aviation careers is all it will take to attract more women and diverse candidates to a field that is traditionally male and white.“One thing is, it’s not a well known job, people don’t know … what the job is, what an air traffic controller does,” Moreau said during the tour.There’s also the reputation for stress, dramatized by Hollywood films that portray air traffic controllers as nervous wrecks, shouting into headphones as they scramble to avert near misses.But while Bedewi and Moreau acknowledged that the job is stressful, they said it’s not the intense pressure-cooker portrayed in the movies.Bedewi said that while tense situations do arise — usually when there’s bad weather or a plane has mechanical trouble — juggling multiple calls from pilots and supervisors has become second nature.“At certain point it becomes automatic, and you’ve learned to have this kind of active listening to what’s going on around you,” she said, adding that controllers and pilots work as a team to bring aircraft in safely.“Oftentimes, you don’t even realize you’ve just taken a message from a supervisor while you’re still doing the job.”Inside the control centre, the prevailing atmosphere was of calm rather than chaos.Workers sat in semi-darkness, murmuring quietly to one another as they stared at the myriad of blips and lines moving across their screens.Scaffolding ran overhead — due to repair work to improve soundproofing and lower the sound levels of an already quiet workspace, Moreau says.“(Employees) need to have a high level of focus as soon as they’re sitting in position, so we’re very careful with distraction on our sites,” she said, adding that workers are required to take breaks every hour or two to ensure they stay fresh.While little prior education is required, Moreau acknowledged the job isn’t for everyone.She credited the company’s intense, nearly two-year training program for weeding out those whose aren’t suited.The best candidates, she said, show laser-like focus, the ability to view things three-dimensionally, and, most of all, quick thinking.“With airplanes, they’re moving in the sky and you can’t stop them,” she said.“The idea of (saying) ‘I’m not sure what to do, can I pause,’ you don’t have that luxury.”last_img read more

Robert De Niro apologizes to Canadians for Trumps recent comments

first_imgTORONTO – Actor Robert De Niro ramped up his recent attacks on U.S. President Donald Trump by apologizing to Canadians on Monday for the American leader’s conduct and commentary following the G7 summit in Quebec.De Niro’s latest salvo lacked the profanity that accompanied his first rant against the president, which was delivered to enthusiastic cheers at Sunday’s Tony Awards in New York City, but it was just as scathing.“I just want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behaviour of my president, ” De Niro said in Toronto while attending a ground-breaking ceremony for a new luxury restaurant and hotel complex.“It’s a disgrace. And I apologize to (Prime Minister) Justin Trudeau, too.”Hours after agreeing to a joint communique with his G7 allies on Saturday, Trump tweeted that he had told his officials to abandon American support for the document and blamed Trudeau for the move.The president said Trudeau had made “false statements” at a summit news conference and went on to call the prime minister “very dishonest and weak.” Trump then threatened to go after Canada’s auto industry, a mainstay of the Ontario economy, in the same way he has already targeted the country’s steel and aluminum sectors.At a G7 news conference, Trudeau had referred to the national security premise behind recently imposed steel and aluminium tariffs as “kind of insulting” — language he had used several times on the issue in the last two weeks.On Sunday, Trump’s top economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Trudeau made the president look weak ahead of his high-stakes summit this week with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, while trade adviser Peter Navarro said there was a “special place in hell” for the prime minister.The remarks from American officials prompted a former U.S. ambassador to Canada to call for an apology, saying both Trudeau and the Canadian people were being subjected to “insulting and inappropriate remarks.”De Niro’s comments on Monday echoed that call.It marked the second time in 24 hours that the academy award-winning actor had lashed out at the U.S. president.Before introducing Bruce Springsteen at Sunday’s Tony Awards, De Niro began by launching an expletive at the president while pumping his arms for emphasis. And then he did it again. Many in the audience stood and cheered, while TV censors quickly bleeped out the offending words.“Bruce, you can rock the house like nobody else and even more importantly in these perilous times, you rock the vote, always fighting for, in your own words, truth, transparency and integrity in government,” De Niro went on to say of Springsteen. “Boy, do we need that now.”Trudeau has not issued any public remarks about Trump’s latest attacks.last_img read more

UN unaware of torture report on Lanka

The report on Sri Lanka had said that Sri Lankan security forces continued to torture Tamil detainees even after the election of reformist president Maithripala Sirisena in January. The charity said that more than a third of the alleged torture victims in the report had returned to Sri Lanka from the UK, some forcibly after their asylum applications were rejected.The FFT report, Tainted Peace: Torture in Sri Lanka since May 2009, looks mostly at abuses during the Rajapaksa era, analysing 148 case of apparent torture, but the charity said that it has continued to receive referrals of Sri Lankan torture victims in 2015. The report, by the UK-based charity Freedom From Torture (FFT) and published on Thursday, comes just four days before critical parliamentary elections on 17 August, the Guardian newspaper reported. The United Nations says it is unaware of the torture report on Sri Lanka but in general they clearly stand against the use of torture.UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarric said this in response to a question posed at the daily press briefing at the UN headquarters in New York. “The new leadership will need to tackle vested interests in the military, police and intelligence services who until now have resisted any proper reckoning for torture and other grave abuses committed during the civil war and the six years since the conflict ended,” the report said. Almost all the cases FFT reviewed involved Tamils, detained because they were suspected of having personal or family ties to the Tamil Tigers.The alleged forms of torture used include beatings, burning, rape and other forms of sexual violence, asphyxiation, electric shocks, mock executions, and stabbings. Seventy per cent of the inmates in the study were held in solitary confinement.The report alleges: “Methods of torture were often meted out simultaneously: every survivor was beaten, including with blunt instruments, pipes filled with cement or pistol butts. Often these blows were delivered while the person was suspended with both their hands and feet tied up. Some were dropped from a height with bindings still in place so they were unable to break their fall. (Colombo Gazette) read more

On first World Day Against Child Labour UN officials urge end to

“This first World Day Against Child Labour is intended to help spread the message that child labour remains a serious problem and that we must do more to combat it,” said Juan Somavia, the Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), which spearheaded the event. “We are asking everyone to join together in working towards a world where no children will be deprived of a normal, healthy childhood, where parents can find decent jobs and children can go to school.”From now on, the Day will be observed annually to intensify support for the global campaign against child labour and to serve as a catalyst for enhancing the growing worldwide movement against the practice. According to the ILO, 246 million children – or one in every 6 aged 5 to 17 – are involved in child labour. A recent report by the agency revealed that some 179 million children in that age group are still exposed to the worst forms of child labour, which endanger their mental or moral well-being.Reacting with “alarm” to these statistics, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) today called on all governments to move immediately and decisively against child labour. “That so many children should be forced to work – and endure the hardship and abuse that so often comes with it – is more than simply unacceptable; it is unconscionable,” said UNICEF chief Carol Bellamy, calling for “decisive leadership” from governments. “They are signatories on international treaties banning such practices,” she pointed out. “It is well past time for them to live up to their obligations.” read more

South Sudans political process not dead but needs resuscitation – UN envoy

“Regrettably, no party has shown interest in reviving the Peace Agreement,” said David Shearer, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and the head of UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), referring to the August 2015 accord between the country’s warring sides. Despite the peace agreement, South Sudan slipped back into conflict due to renewed clashes between rival forces – the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) loyal to President Salva Kiir and the SPLA in Opposition backing former First Vice-President Riek Machar. Mr. Shearer explained that unlike this time last year, where the conflict was construed on a bipolar basis, today the opposition has splintered, making it necessary for UN peacebuilding efforts to be more widely cast than previously. He told the 15-member Council that, “virtually no part of the country is immune from conflict. Yet, there has been no concerted effort by any party to adhere to a ceasefire. Instead, we are seeing an intensification of the conflict over the past month.”Mr. Shearer said that in some of the violence, Government forces have responded to attacks by opposition forces, notably in Wau and the Equatorias. In others, in contrast, Government-led operations such as those in Upper Nile and Jonglei appeared “more strategic in focus” and were aimed at taking opposition-held areas.VIDEO: Noting the “deteriorating” situation in South Sudan, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, David Shearer, outlines the UN’s efforts to deliver protection and assistance, while stressing the need to push for a political solution.He stressed that the UNMISS will work together with partners on opportunities to forge a viable solution to end the hostilities. “Despite what appears to be attempts by the parties to achieve victory through military means, a political solution is the only way forward for South Sudan,” Mr. Shearer said, noting that military offensives are fracturing groups and intensifying ethnic divisions to a degree that will hinder reconciliation. To revive the political process, the international community must speak with one voice, he stated, urging the Security Council, the African Union, and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to unite in dealing with the parties.Since his appointment as Secretary-General’s Special Representative three months ago, he has travelled to all 10 of UNMISS’ main field offices.He said that UNMISS directly protects over 220,000 displaced civilians in six different locations across the country, and the 12,000 UN ‘blue helmets’ and 2,000 UN police officers are vital to protect civilians more than ever. Roadblocks and denial of flight safety assurances severely restricts UNMISS’ ability to promptly reach key locations, but peacekeepers dispatched by troop-contributing countries are bravely trying to overcome many challenges, he said. AUDIO: Briefing the Security Council, UN Special Envoy David Shearer says that ending the hostilities in South Sudan should be the global community’s number one priority. read more

Growing up in the Troubles I remember showing a plastic bullet to

first_imgGrowing up in the Troubles: ‘I remember showing a plastic bullet to my Mum to excuse my lateness’ Shauneen Armstrong writes how Derry Girls shows what it was like for her and her friends growing up in Northern Ireland. AS SOMEONE WHO grew up in Belfast during the Troubles, Channel 4’s Derry Girls has struck a huge chord with me, as I always noticed how the life I knew was rarely reflected in the media.There would be many reports on news and current affairs on the Troubles but there was so much more going on that was never shown or celebrated.The television we watched as children showed kids in Birmingham, London and Manchester getting the chance to exchange toys on Swap Shop or dance on Top of the Pops. When we all got RTE aerials, this continued, as the shows we watched there also didn’t depict our lives.There are few exceptions, such as Graham Reid’s ‘Billy’ plays with Kenneth Branagh, which everyone watched, and everyone knew someone who knew someone who was in it. It was so refreshing to watch a story about people’s lives that weren’t centred around the Troubles.‘We never knew the wonderful Belfast before the troubles’Life happened, a normal life, until at times, as shown so powerfully succinct in the last episode of Derry Girls, something happened and you were hit with how it’s not normal and how people, not so far away, didn’t live with this.Once while in school we heard a bomb go off and the teacher stopped the class and asked us to pray that no one would be hurt. As we were praying we realised the teacher was crying and being 11 or 12 years old, we were shocked, embarrassed and did not know what to do.She told us how she was so sad for us because being born in the early 1970s, we never knew the wonderful Belfast before the Troubles. That was something we heard a lot growing up.When in town, it was normal to go into a security cabin to be searched. How, after that, you’d be searched going in and out of every shop. When talking about this on Twitter, someone remembered going into a shopping mall while on a holiday in America and stopping at the security guard to hold up their arms and be searched. The security guard thought she wanted a hug. It was an habitual routine you did without thinking.‘Mostly an inconvenience’I went to school in Andytown and then secondary school on the Falls Road. It was easy to get caught up in things beyond your control.Sometimes when there was trouble, like riots on the road, we would be kept in late or released early. I remember a particularly tense time in the mid 1980s when this happened a lot.Like the time our deputy head, wearing one of those old-fashioned black teacher capes, stood at our school gates, hands waving about trying in vain to stop people running into the school to escape the riot. His losing game of Bulldog was hilarious to us.Often when we’d be let out early from school, many of us would walk home into the trouble, and there were many, many walks home because the buses were taken off the roads. This was all mostly an inconvenience. It would be you and your friends walking home having the craic, I remember that mostly.‘Grabbed a plastic bullet as evidence’One time a gang of us were going home on the bus, only for it to be hijacked. I remember the hijacker got on the bus, and politely said something like excuse me, I’m going to be taking control of this bus, if you’d care to get off now please, that’d be great.So we did, and as we were near a pal’s house, we went there and drank tea. After a while we went back out on the road, the buses were back, and we got the next bus and continued up the road, only get as far as the next stop when the same hijacker got on and took that bus.After a second cup of tea in another friend’s house, we decided against waiting on the buses again and walked the rest of the way home. This washed over us, like water off a duck’s back, it was normal.Another time I got caught up in a riot on the way home one evening. It was already a lot later than I had agreed with my Mum and she was going to kill me, as being a teenager I had previous broken her curfew, well, a couple of times.I rarely remember being afraid growing up, but this time, I was frightened. Someone flung me into a doorway and the riot started and finished quickly with the lads running back off into the nearby estate.Meanwhile, I’m still in the doorway with other bystanders for what seemed like an age. Three unlit petrol bombs were abandoned a few feet from us and plastic bullets were flying by them and bouncing off the ground. For a time, I was terrified the petrol bombs would get hit.Once it was over and I was safe, I then had to contend with the fact that I was late, again. I now had to face my Mum which felt worse than any riot. It was a relief I could grab a plastic bullet and use it as evidence to my lateness.‘We made our own tribes’The perception, from the media, that bombs and riots were an everyday occurrence wasn’t the case, but, they did happen and there was a mostly blasé attitude to it. When you did hear a bomb, you’d try to work out how near you thought it was.I had an Australian visitor staying and a bomb went off as we were sitting in a friend’s flat. No one batted an eyelid and we all agreed the bomb was close. I realised the Australian was shook by the bomb but I think we probably laughed at him.The next evening we were going out and walking through the city centre when a car backfired. He hit the deck and I belly laughed about that for years.When we came of age to go out we started going back into the city centre which had previously been a no-go for those a little older than us. There was a lively and fantastic live-music scene with bands made up of people you knew, or knew of, in places like the Orpheus, Abercorn, Giros, the Crescent, or dancing in the Delta and the Plaza. And, as someone remarked on the Twitter thread, we made our own tribes.It was a really fun time to be a teenager, in so many ways. For the first time I’ve seen this reflected in Derry Girls and I’ve loved that. I would’ve loved to have it then, but I am so thrilled to have it now.Shauneen Armstrong is a freelance digital marketing professional, who loves telling stories. She can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @redmum By Shauneen Armstrong Digital marketing professional Sunday 18 Feb 2018, 3:00 PM 36,196 Views https://jrnl.ie/3855519 Share337 Tweet Email4 Short URL 46 Comments Feb 18th 2018, 3:01 PM Shauneen Armstrong Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Man breaks out dance routine after leading police on chase through Los

first_img(WSVN) – A man lead police on a chase before getting out of the car and performing a dance number on the side of the road in California.Police chased after the driver through the streets of Los Angeles on Tuesday night before the man got out of the car, went to the side of the road and showed off his footwork.The man danced for approximately 15 seconds as California Highway Patrol officers had their guns drawn on him.Officers took the man into custody after his brief performance.Charges against the driver are still pending.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Parties honing strategies for municipal polls

first_imgNarayankhed: As the municipal polls are on the way, main political parties are focussing to gain power in the council of Narayankhed. In fact, the town once became municipality and downgraded again to become panchayat due to revenue deficit. Now it has been given municipality level.The Congress had been showing its strength in the municipal region for a long time. Even in recent panchayat elections also candidates backed by the Congress. Also Read – TSBB, NGC promotes eco-friendly Ganeshas Advertise With Us The town became municipality in 1952 and continued till 1962 in the year it was downgraded to panchayat. The new Telangana government upgraded the town to municipality in 2018. The municipality has more than 22,000 population and 16,057 voters. There were 18 wards in gram panchayat. But now officials classified 15 wards in municipal limits. Enumeration of the SC/ST population has been going on. Also Read – CM KCR praises PRO for his books on Telangana Advertise With Us Though Congress had its hold in the region, the recent consecutive elections turned the trend slightly giving edge to ruling TRS. Local MLA Bhupal Reddy is trying hard to win the municipal elections this time. The ruling party is inviting the strong leaders of opposition parties into its fold. As the number of defections into ruling party is more, the number of aspirants also became more. Supporters and cadres of TDP and Congress are disappointed a lot. If the sweep of the ruling party continues, TRS may win council. But Congress party is also trying hard to retain its hold over the municipality.last_img read more

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first_imgVisited the Museum of Modern Art & felt a range of emotions; disturbed, moved, confused & this had me intrigued… twitter.com/RyanLindley14/…— Ryan Lindley (@RyanLindley14) January 9, 2013 Here is a pic of me with the skyline of Panama City in their background from a couple of days ago bit.ly/UAID3Z— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) January 9, 2013 Comments   Share   #WeWork #P2Nation @emekaesemonu @j_solboiii @mathieu_era twitter.com/RealPeterson21…— Patrick Peterson (@RealPeterson21) January 9, 2013 Nothing like sitting on your couch watching football with your son and answering all his questions— Jay Feely (@jayfeely) January 6, 2013 A long season finally over, the Arizona Cardinals have dispersed all over the world. But just because they’re not in the Valley does not mean they are out of sight and out of mind. Many players have taken to Twitter to share their adventures, and if you want to know what they are all up to, this is your one-stop shop.January 10 Dropping some knowledge on these kids! #P2Nation twitter.com/RealPeterson21…— Patrick Peterson (@RealPeterson21) January 12, 2013 I was always taught to share your blessings! 😁#goodmorning lockerz.com/s/275426714— DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) January 8, 2013 I feel blessed to say that I welcomed my daughter into the world on this day.— Robert Housler (@House81) January 9, 2013 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Check out me and @arob12_cards on vacation in Columbia bit.ly/UDVIej— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) January 7, 2013 January 7One Goal!!! #nationalchampions #cantwait instagr.am/p/UMtlyIBIqB/— Rashad Johnson (@49foyamind49) January 7, 2013 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact On the active volcano (Masaya) in Managua, Nicaragua today to celebrate my B-Day!!! instagr.am/p/UR3oFOoe89/— Andre’ Roberts (@ARob12_Cards) January 9, 2013 January 4My view twitter.com/MrBig434/statu…— Bobby Massie (@MrBig434) January 5, 2013 January 6Nothing like napping for a few hours, eating, watching a movie in bed, then goin back to sleep. #vegas recovery.— John Skelton (@johnskelton19) January 7, 2013 January 9@jareddudley619 fellow SD product and Playing in PHX. In NY for the week with my fiancé. Looking forward to the game tomorrow. Good luck.— Ryan Lindley (@RyanLindley14) January 10, 2013 Top Stories January 8Until next time Miami…. twitter.com/MichaelMFloyd/…— MichaelFloyd (@MichaelMFloyd) January 8, 2013 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Vegas with the O Line. This trip will be epic.— John Skelton (@johnskelton19) January 5, 2013 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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first_img – / 16 Arizona Cardinals’ Justin Bethel swings ropes during a team practice, Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) “He played last year for them, but this guy was a target,” Casserly said, adding anyone who plays opposite Patrick Peterson will be targeted by opposing quarterbacks. “But he did not play well last year. He struggled in coverage. He’s best in press, but in off-coverage his techniques weren’t good, his discipline wasn’t good, and he needs better instincts.”Bethel certainly had his rough moments over the final weeks of last season after he moved into the starting lineup following Tyrann Mathieu’s injury, but he said he was dealing with the foot injury for a while and is confident he can be a good NFL cornerback.Fellow NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger was asked to share his thoughts on Casserly’s concerns, and he did not seem to be as worried as his colleague, especially when it comes to the offensive line.“Well you know they drafted Evan Boehm from Missouri in the fourth round, I think he’s going to be their starting center — I think he’s going to upgrade that position, he started every game at Missouri — and you’ve got to see,” he said. “D.J. Humphries was drafted to eventually replace Bobby Massie. They brought in Evan Mathis to play right guard. For all the Arizona Cardinals did this offseason to shore up a team that reached the NFC Championship Game in 2015, they still by no means have a flawless roster.Granted, there really isn’t any single team who could say they are without holes, but for a team like the Cardinals, who have legitimate Super Bowl aspirations, potential issues could be severely damaging to championship hopes.But what are the Cardinals’ issues? According to NFL Network’s Charley Casserly in a segment going over playoff teams with issues heading into 2016, they are at right tackle and cornerback.“Right tackle, Bobby Massie has gone and left in free agency,” Casserly noted. “First-round pick from a year ago, D.J. Humphries, is slated to get first shot at the position.“Now, he had a disappointing rookie year; strength wasn’t good, focus/intensity wasn’t good, and the techniques weren’t good. Got to watch and see if he’s matured — he has the talent to do it. Key position, right tackle.”No doubt Humphries had a disappointing rookie season, given that he was not active for a single snap and made absolutely zero impact on the field. However, toward the end of last season Cardinals coaches expressed confidence in the former No. 24 overall pick, saying he had turned a corner and become a player they felt they could count on if needed.That tone has not changed at all so far this season, and as of now it appears the second-year pro is ready to assume the starting role and be a factor along the offensive line.As for the right cornerback, that’s where Justin Bethel — who is currently recovering from foot surgery — is slated to play. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “We knew coming in that D.J. Humphries was going to struggle. He was only 20 years old, he was undersized at Florida. So, you’ve got to give him that year to kind of grow this year and see if he can grow into that position. But I thought Evan Boehm and Evan Mathis were two good signings to solidify the middle of that line.”The idea that Humphries and Bethel are entering this season as question marks is not new, and no doubt eyes will be on them during training camp to see if they are in fact ready to handle their larger roles. Both have flashed top-level talent, though, and if they can step up and solidify their respective positions, the Cardinals will be one of the most complete teams in the NFL.center_img Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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Minister of state (housing) Sachin Ahir, he will take home a handsome?162000 while admitting to call time on his betting career convinced he could not be so lucky twice “My girlfriend thinks I’m mad spending so much time and money watching tennis Although I’m sure she’ll be rather delighted with the bet should I win as who could be angry when winning such an amount of money” Should he win which looks probably considering how Federer is playing ask what George what he would do with the winnings and he said “I’ll probably have to propose to my girlfriend as otherwise she may leave me when she finds out how much money I placed on this bet” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 15 2017 12:24 am Pandey a cardiac patient had been brought to the hospital on March 6 following a heart attack He died on March 13 (Representational image) Top News In yet another case of “medical negligence” the family of Sushil Kumar Pandey (41) on Monday got an FIR lodged at East Jadavpur police station against Medica Superspecialty Hospital on the EM Bypass The complaint of negligence which the hospital has declared as “false” alleged that the hospital did not share the patient’s medical progress report when asked Pandey a cardiac patient had been brought to the hospital on March 6 following a heart attack He died on March 13 Watch What Else Is Making News “The hospital first said he lost his heartbeat and an angiography was needed to revive him Following this doctors also carried out an angioplasty to maintain blood pressure At around 1 pm we were informed his left leg wasn’t allowing proper blood circulation and a surgery was carried out Doctor said this didn’t help much and the patient developed a septic infection His leg was amputated We don’t deny we were taken into confidence but given the way things moved we are sure of negligence on the hospital’s part and want a proper investigation When we asked for medical progress report hospital authorities refused to hand it over saying they needed 48 hours” Sumanjit Das a close friend of the deceased told The Indian Express Hospital authorities have dismissed the allegations as “baseless” “It’s absurd baseless and completely false The patient went into cardiac arrest five times during treatment and doctors kept trying to revive his heart We have all reports ready” Alok Roy chairman of Medica Superspecialty Hospital told The Indian Express “The entire treatment process including procedure consent and medical board discussions were properly documented The relatives were constantly informed and counselled Now some have also reported the postmortem report says no stent was found in the heart We have definite proof to refute the allegations” a hospital official said According to sources the patient’s kin had met health department officials over the issue and are likely to meet Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as well For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 13 2017 4:53 am On Saturday a total of 257 complainants visited the police stations to know the present status of their complaints “During the camp problems/issues were discussed and instructions/directions regarding these have been issued to concerned police officials/beat staff” added the spokesperson Top News Chandigarh Police launched a public grievances redressal campaign on Saturday for effective and timely redressal of public complaints with an aim to bring about greater transparency and accountability in police functioning According to a police spokesperson the programme will be held on the second Saturday of each month and the main idea behind the campaign is to dispose of maximum complaints or grievances in a shorter span of time “Today all SHOs along with E/Os were present at the police stations from 10 am to 2 pm SDPOs of each 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