China’s foreign ministry said on Friday that it extended congratulations to U.S. President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris, who won the Nov. 3 election that President Donald Trump has refused to concede.“We respect the choice of the American people. We extend congratulations to Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris,” foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a regular daily briefing. “We understand the results of the U.S. election will be determined according to U.S. laws and procedures,” he added. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) shake hands with U.S Vice President Joe Biden (L) inside the Great Hall of the People on December 4, 2013 in Beijing, China.Getty Images
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Indianapolis, In. — Hunters can apply online now for a reserved turkey hunt by visiting hunting.IN.gov and clicking on the “Reserved Hunt Info” link.The application period ends March 19. No late entries will be accepted. The online method is the only way to apply.Applicants must possess a hunting license valid for the hunt for which they are applying.Hunters will be selected through a computerized, random drawing. Drawing results will be posted at wildlife.IN.gov within two weeks after application deadlines, and an email will be sent to applicants when results are posted.Turkey hunts open for application are as follows:—Atterbury Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Aukiki Wetland Conservation Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30-May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Chinook Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29.—Crosley Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Deer Creek Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29.—Fairbanks Landing Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Glendale Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29.—Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Hillenbrand Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-30.—Hovey Lake Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29.—J.E. Roush Lake Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30-May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Mississinewa Lake: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30-May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge: April 25-26; April 27-28; April 29-30. (Youth only: April 21-22).—Pigeon River Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Salamonie Lake: April 25-27; April 28-30; May 1-3; May 4-6; May 7-9; May 10-13.—Sugar Ridge Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29.—Tri-County Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Willow Slough Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.—Winamac Fish & Wildlife Area: April 25-27; April 28-29; April 30- May 2; May 3-5; May 6-8; May 9-11; May 12-13.Only one application is allowed per license holder. No changes can be made once the application is submitted.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on April 6, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: [email protected] | @mark_cooperjr Before Stephanie Watts’ first at-bat every game for the Syracuse softball team, she leans over to the ground. She writes something, gets up and goes to the plate. The initials ‘DJS’ are left behind in the dirt.‘My grandmother passed away and she never got to see me play in college,’ Watts said. ‘It’s in memory, so she can always see me play.’A little tribute for someone that meant a lot.Watts’ grandmother, Dolores, died on Aug. 5, 2008, due to complications from diabetes. Her death occurred just a few weeks before Watts moved to Syracuse for her freshman year. It was a huge loss for the sophomore, who had a very close relationship with her grandmother.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘She told me she does that, and I bawled my eyes out,’ said Mary Watts, Stephanie’s mother. ‘She was very proud of (Stephanie’s) accomplishments. When Steph played during summer ball, she always called to find out how (the team) did.’Watts has started all 81 games that Syracuse has played since she’s been on the team, and every single time she has written ‘DJS’ in the dirt before she bats. She’ll pay her tribute twice more today as the Orange (15-15) hosts St. John’s (13-16) in a doubleheader beginning at 3 p.m. at SU Softball Stadium. Syracuse is coming home and looking to rebound from a disappointing weekend at Georgetown, where the team lost two of three. Watts will be a key factor when Syracuse tries to turn things around against the Red Storm Wednesday. Despite being only a sophomore, the second baseman is growing both as a player and as a leader. ‘She’s a kid that is open to growing,’ head coach Leigh Ross said. ‘She is looked at as a leader as only a sophomore. That’s tough for a kid that’s still trying to grow and find herself, but she’s willing to take that on.’Since the first time she stepped on the field for the Orange, Watts has been one of SU’s primary offensive players. She homered in each of her first three games of her collegiate career last season at New Mexico and finished tied for the team lead in home runs with seven as a freshman. She’s continued her contributions this season, hitting two home runs and driving in 14 runs through 30 games.Grandma would be proud.‘She was very excited, very proud that Stephanie got a scholarship and was really excited to see her do well in college,’ Mary Watts said. ‘Then she took a turn for the worse and passed away before all this happened.’Watts was the first person in her family to get an athletic scholarship. The tribute to her grandmother before the game is just one sign that she is growing more mature, Ross said. She has also done away with tossing her helmet after a strikeout, a bad habit that hindered her ability to be a leader for the Orange.‘She kind of reminds me of myself with her passion,’ Ross said. ‘Sometimes when you’re young, you don’t quite understand how to use that passion. Whenever you get so angry you want to throw something, you need to turn it into a positive. I see her doing that now.’During Spring Break, Watts could not find the earpieces for her helmet. The earpieces usually fell out of her helmet when she would slam it down. Ross poked fun at her, ‘Did you throw it again?’ A former sign of immaturity became a joke.In the stretch run of her second season for Syracuse, Watts has harnessed her passion and is now one of the leaders of a young Orange team looking to climb to the top of the Big East. Her will to win and love for the game facilitate her success, and they are the reasons why she will leave a lasting image on Syracuse softball by the time she’s done, Ross said.For now, Watts will leave an image in the dirt next to home plate for someone who left a lasting image on her life. ‘My mom would be very pleased and touched that Stephanie would think of her to do something like that,’ Mary Watts said. ‘She would realize how much Stephanie has matured. (Stephanie) has accepted her challenges and deals with them.’[email protected]
Enugu Gov gives immediate employment to Chukwu’s sonDuro IkhazuagbeAiling former Captain of the Green Eagles, Christian Chukwu has received the lifeline promised him by billionaire oil magnate, Femi Otedola.The former head coach of the Nigerian senior football team yesterday in Enugu received the money promised him by Otedola to enable him proceed to UK in early May for treatment of the prostrate cancer he has been battling for sometime now. THISDAY learnt last night that the COO of Otedola Foundation, Phillip Akintola represented the chairman of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd at the cheque presentation to Chukwu.He was accompanied to Chukwu’s home by Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and others.“Otedola’s decision to extend his hand of fellowship to Chukwu is a “token of support to a great Nigerian who served this country to the best of his ability,” THISDAY was informed by a top football personality in Enugu last night.In a similar development, Gov Ugwuanyi has directed the immediate employment of Emeka Chukwu, the first son of the ailing Chukwu into the state’s civil service fold.The State Commissioner for Sports, Josef Udedi made the announcement after a closed-door meeting between the delegation and the family of Chukwu.Udedi said that the engineering graduate would be given automatic employment by the state government.On his part, Pinnick said that the NFF would approve an appointment for the former skipper of the Green Eagles as a Life Ambassador of the organisation.He said that the management of the NFF would work out a stipend that would be paid to him.Pinnick said that the football house was desirous of improving the welfare of ex-internationals.He said that one of the objectives of the proposed NFF Foundation was to build a database of every player that represented the country whether in the past or in time to come.The NFF president described Chukwu as a living legend, adding that the NFF would not allow him to die.Responding, the son of the former coach, Emeka Chukwu, thanked the donor and the NFF for their interests in his father’s illness.The NFF had originally offered to step in to help the 68-year-old, who captained the Super Eagles to their first Africa Cup of Nations title in 1980.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram L-R: Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Former Green Eagles Captain, Christian Chukwu, NFF President, Amaju Pinnick and Phillip Akintola at the presentation of cheques to Chukwu in Enugu…Wednesday
Olympic gold medallist Christine Ohuruogu says she will continue top level athletics and is targeting next year’s World Championships in Moscow.But Ohuruogu, 24, who added Olympic silver this summer to her Beijing gold, will not commit to Rio 2016.“For me to retire, I’d have to be bored with what I’m doing – and I’m not,” the Great Britain athlete told BBC Sport.“We always look at the championships and Moscow is one that we have pinned down to run next year.”Ohuruogu, who won 400m world gold in Osaka in 2007, struggled for form after her triumph in Beijing and was disqualified from the 400m final at last year’s World Championships after a false start.However, she produced a blistering finish in the Olympic final on home soil to pip DeeDee Trotter and Amantle Montsho on the line to take silver behind Sanya Richards-Ross.She added: “I still think there’s a lot more for me to do and work on as I’m not extremely happy with how I run the 400m.“I want to push on from the ground I made this summer. Me and my coach are changing things a little this season.”Should Ohuruogu compete in Rio, she will be 32 and it will be her fourth successive Games.“I can’t think seriously about competing at Rio,” she said. “I don’t know what will happen tomorrow let alone in four years.“Everything comes down to fitness, passion for the sport, injuries and whether you’ll be competitive – there are a lot of factors.“Of course I’d love to go to Rio but I’m happy with what I have done in my career so far. If it does take me to Rio, that will be brilliant.”