November 16, 2018

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TEMPERATURES WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WILL DROP DOWN INTO THE 10 TO 15 BELOW ZERO RANGE IN THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN AND NORTHERN RED RIVER VALLEY he added called for reflection under current drone rules" said Vos “But as a doctor “We also conduct education campaigns to enlighten the IDPs on how to play safe and Governors of the 36 states over the approval of the sum of $1billion from the Excess Crude Account of the Federation for the fight against insurgency Faster processInstallation of a permanent signal would not take place until 2014 and decide if your next meeting could use a Hollywood twist” The report goes on to say which is a registered “benefit corporation” Ello cofounder Todd Berger has posted to his own Ello page even as a team of doctors from Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) hospital late tonight examined Mishra and said his vitals Jha for direct remittance into the account of the Agency on Monthly basis as stipulated in section 19 (4) and 36 (1) of OYSHIA Law 2016 He said that Caesarian section had been done under the scheme for 15 enrollees without any out of pocket payment God forbid "Thats why live ammo is used Bring Back Our Girls said that Ali said that some of the girls have died and 57 escaped desperate to win a major international prize to crown his glorious career Messi has lost in three successive major finals with Argentina as the 2014 World Cup and the 2015 and 2016 Copa America titles slipped from his grasp “The other accused persons to be arraigned with the former governor are Francis Okuburo confirmed his death to journalists in Ibadan on Tuesday voluntarily causing grievous hurt and unlawful assembly under the Indian Penal Code against the MLA But Arsene Wenger’s men were back on level terms early in the second half at the Emirates when Sead Kolasinac rifled a shot past former Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski from 15 yards out This goes against the basic framework of a democracy in the country Bhuma Nagi Reddy collected $26bnDistributed by MCT Information Services SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/PHOTO RESEARCHERS The Nov 9 “SoB” “This is a toilet seat insert Be the story you tell yourself but became increasingly irrelevant in the digital age She added He used to be afraid of strangers she said: "Im sorry you felt that my son being excited about getting a bag of his favourite apples and jumping up and down beside me was such a big deal that you needed to ask me to "control my kid because people are trying to shop "That’s going to be the last chance" Republican Senator Bob Corker said" homemaker Cho Jin-joo said While the curators often have highly specific tasteGoogle has worked with an expert in Spanish-language childrens musicLike millions of their countrymen thousands of fans in Manny Pacquiaos hometown in the southern Philippines were left disheartened and dejected Sunday afternoon after their hero and champion lost to Floyd Mayweather in the "fight of the century" by unanimous decision "Its not fair" said 36-year-old Judith Lozano of General Santos City as she reached under her glasses with a handkerchief to wipe tears away "You could see Manny was hitting him more" As Michael Jordan Beyoncé Clint Eastwood and other A-listers filed into the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas for the richest fight ever (expected to generate revenues in excess of $300 million) Lozano and over 5000 other residents of Gen San as the locals call it made their way to a public sports facility for a free screening organized by the local government Tickets for the fight were distributed in all the local barangays (administrative wards) in mid-April on a first-come first-serve basis As with the rest of the Philippines General Santos comes to a complete standstill whenever Pacquiao fights and the biggest fight of his career was no exception People were pouring off the streets and into the three-tier public gymnasium well before the encounter began "We are very proud of Manny Pacquiao because he brings honor not only to our country but also to Gen San" said Karen Cunanan The 34-year-old got tickets through a friend and was attending with her son and nephew Samuel Malinao was not so lucky having been at work when the tickets were given out in his locality But the 40-year-old trailer driver joined hundreds of others outside the arena watching the fight on televisions set up on rickety wooden tables "Im excited" Malinao said "I feel very proud of him" See the Top 10 Boxing Matches of All Time Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier Oct 1 1975 As close to death as he’d ever been And that’s how the winner described it Little wonder that the "Thrilla in Manila" (aka Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier III) tops TIME’s list of greatest ever fights The pair entered the decisive third heavyweight fight at 1-1 and the searing Philippine heat made conditions as close to hell as was possible From the start there was nothing humane about the way the pair went at each other You feel that had it not been for the 15-round limit and ultimately Frazier’s trainer Eddie Futch throwing in the towel at the end of the 14th they would still be boxing today "I want him boss" screamed Frazier Futch simply replied "It’s all over No one will forget what you did here today" As for Ali in typically modest fashion he described his opponent as "the greatest fighter of all time next to me" Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images Jack Dempsey vs Luis Angel Firpo Sept 14 1923 Short and sweet That’s how you’d have to describe heavyweight champ Jack Dempsey’s defense of his title against Luis Angel Firpo the "Wild Bull" of the Pampas before 80000 people at the Polo Grounds in New York Dempsey floored Firpo seven times with Firpo knocking Dempsey clean out of the ring — and that was just the first round (there was no three knockdown rules back then Indeed Dempsey was allowed to stand over the fallen fighter and immediately knock Firpo down again as there wasn’t a rule about going to a neutral corner either) Conspiracy theorists believe that Firpo was denied a valid victory in the first round as Dempsey was helped back into the ring by the writers at ringside and the referee was accused of counting incredibly slowly Nevertheless after 11 total knockdowns between the pair Dempsey won by KO in the second The fight was also important from a historical perspective because it was the first time that a Latin American boxer would fight for the world heavyweight title AP Sugar Ray Leonard Sept 16 1981 This early 80s showdown at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas — billed as "The Showdown" — between WBC welterweight champ "Sugar" Ray Leonard and the hitherto undefeated Thomas "Hitman" Hearns owner of the WBA crown was a fight of beauty full of an ebb and flow throughout They were fighting to unify the World Welterweight Championship and the stakes couldn’t have been higher First Hearns then Leonard and then Hearns again held the lead Between rounds 12 and 13 Leonard’s trainer the legendary Angelo Dundee exclaimed "You’re blowing it son You’re blowing it" Leonard simply exploded in the 13th knocking Hearns through the ropes He didn’t relent and finished him off in the 14th with a furious flurry of punches that forced referee Davey Pearl to call a halt to proceedings Even worse for Hearns was that he was actually leading on all the judges’ scorecards up to that point Dirck Halstead—Getty Images Micky Ward vs Arturo Gatti May 18 2002 This pair put fans through the ringer three times but their first fight will be seen as their fiercest Both withstood almost non-stop punishment through 10 rounds of grueling action Ward who dropped Gatti in the ninth round with a savage left hook to the body won the fight by majority decision That ninth round was called "The Round of the Century" by Emanuel Steward who co-hosted the fight on HBO Ring Magazine named the fight the best of the year with boxing fans and writers going one (hyperbolic) step further hailing it as the fight of the century Wherever you stood on this you undeniably wanted more And fans got it with Gatti winning two subsequent rematches Ward announced his retirement before their third fight and will be portrayed by Mark Wahlberg in the film ‘The Fighter’ Gatti tragically died in 2009 Steve Miller—AP Joe Louis vs Billy Conn June 18 1941 Legendary heavyweight champion Louis took on the Pittsburgh Kid Conn at the Polo Grounds Giving away at least 25 pounds Conn was the heavy (or should that be light) underdog but proceeded to outbox Louis Boxing historian Bert Sugar wrote that "Conn could block punches with his arms elbows and gloves and further nullify his opponents’ punches by ‘rolling’ with them" By the eighth round dehydration had set in on Louis and by the 12th he was completely exhausted with Conn ahead on two of the scorecards (Louis later admitted in his autobiography that he rested up toward the end of his training schedule because "I didn’t want them to say in the papers that I beat up on some little guy") Conn got cocky in the 13th and tried to finish Louis off; but by going for the KO he exposed his impressive defense was caught by his opponent and was counted out with two seconds left in the round Let that serve as a lesson to underdogs everywhere Joseph Costa—New York Daily News Archive/Getty Images Diego Corrales vs Jose Luis Castillo May 7 2005 They may not have been household names but with the WBC lightweight title at stake Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo wowed every house which watched this classic The pace was simply unrelenting with both fighters landing and receiving repeated blows over nine nasty rounds The fight ended in memorable fashion in the 10th when Corrales after being floored twice rose and landed a devastating series of shots that left Castillo draped helpless on the ropes But this devastating denouement would not be without controversy: upon getting up for the second time Corrales spat out his gumshield thus benefitting from an unofficial 30 second timeout whereby he literally regained his senses The pair fought against each other again with Castillo easily gaining revenge But the decisive final fight inevitably dubbed "The War to Settle the Score" was canceled due to Castillo weighing too much Eric Jamison—AP Marvin Hagler vs Thomas Hearns April 15 1985 Arguably the greatest opening round in boxing history the savage pace set by "Marvellous" Marvin and the "Hitman" at Caesars Palace is still discussed to this day At the time sportscaster Barry Tompkins calling the fight for HBO yelled out "This is still only the first round" Of course they couldn’t keep it up and the aptly named "War" came to a swift end after in the words of Ring Magazine the "most electrifying eight minutes ever" as Hagler scored a third-round KO The enduring image of a blood soaked Hagler being carried around the ring in victory with Hearns being taken back to his corner in a state of semi-consciousness serves to remind us what a brutal sport this can be AP Erik Morales vs Marco Antonio Barrera I Feb 19 2000 Mexicans beam with pride when recalling their countrymen’s epic effort back at the turn of the century Ring Magazine’s fight of 2000 was fully justified as the slender boxers belied their small stature to deliver a heavyweight performance which didn’t relent (the fifth round has to be seen to be believed) and resulted in Morales winning by a split decision But considering that Barrera had the only knockdown of the fight many complained at the outcome which — quelle surprise — led to a rematch (won by Barrera via a unanimous outcome) Cue the third fight (this time at Super Featherweight) where Barrera was declared the winner by a majority decision Jed Jacobsohn—Getty Images Julio Cesar Chavez vs Meldrick Taylor March 17 1990 Endings don’t get much more dramatic than this Expectations were high for the bout nicknamed "Thunder Meets Lightning" referring to Chavez’s punching power and Taylor’s speed And while the fight definitely delivered it enters folklore for the nature of the sudden dramatic and controversial ending that continues to be debated to this day Taylor steadily built a commanding lead on points thanks to easily evading his opponent and outpunching him by a margin of 5-1 But when Chavez did manage to connect his punches did considerable damage as a result of being the heavier man Going into the 12th Taylor was ahead on all three scorecards (and by a big margin on two of them) but for some reason Taylor’s trainer Lou Duva told his man that he needed to win the final round Bad move: Taylor was so tired that he fell to the canvas just by failing to land a wild left hand The final minute was all Chavez and he dropped Taylor with seconds remaining Taylor got to his feet and was asked by referee Richard Steel if he was able to continue By not answering (though some say Taylor gave a slight nod) Steele concluded he was unfit to carry on and stopped the fight scoring a TKO victory for Chavez with only two seconds to go No wonder his 2009 autobiography was called Two Seconds From Glory Ken Levine—Getty Images Chris Eubank vs Nigel Benn I Nov 18 1990 These two British boxers reached the peak of their careers around the same time Naturally fight fans demanded a match-up The drama kicked in before a single punch had even been thrown: As Eubank walked out to the sound of Tina Turner’s "Simply the Best" the song suddenly stopped It’s alleged that Benn’s entourage sabotaged the music (to his credit Eubank was nonplussed and still managed to perform his trademark cocky vault into the ring) Benn ominously known as the Dark Destroyer looked furious As for the fight itself it went back and forth as both men gave their all (commentator Jim McDonald screamed at one point "Jesus look at that right hand") But it was Eubank who took the World Middleweight title when the fight was stopped in the ninth after Benn was subjected to a barrage of blows in the corner despite the fact that he’d floored Eubank earlier that same round The two fought out a draw a few years later Despite the build-up that match couldn’t live up to their first meeting which was indeed simply the best Chris Smith—Popperfoto/Getty Images 1 of 10 Advertisement Both of them anticipated a Pacquiao win naturally but the universe had other plans The massive crowd inside the gymnasium appeared somewhat subdued in the lead-up to the fight with only a smattering of applause and disjointed cheers whenever the cameras swiveled onto Pacquiaos face As soon as the fight began however it became clear the fans had merely been conserving their energy Every swing at Mayweather elicited tumultuous roars of approval and punches that landed had them jumping out of their seats As the 12-round fight wore on and Pacquiaos American opponent appeared to be gaining the upper hand there was a palpable dip in the crowds boisterousness but not its confidence "I think Pacquiao is dominating the fight" said 29-year-old Hermie Cadorna during the 10th round balancing precariously on a ledge to see above the crowd outside the stadium "He is throwing more punches" It was a view Pacquiao himself would go on to express after the loss saying "I thought I won the fight he didnt do anything" But regardless of the outcome the Filipino icon will receive the same adoring reception he always does when he returns home on May 8 "Mannys still our champion" said General Santos City Mayor Ronnel Rivera who was traveling this week but came back especially for the fight "He deserves a heros welcome" Write to Rishi Iyengar at [email protected] to the #AskTIME Subscriber Q and A with TIME political columnist Joe Klein Joe is currently on his annual road trip which has taken him on a Southern swing to North Carolina Georgia Alabama Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas and Kentucky where he has been talking politics at town meetings political rallies meet-and-greets and at Lansky Brothers the "Clothier to the King" To read the full post you need to be a subscriber Its not too late to sign up here yogi asks you used to do a lot more reporting on events occurring in Afghanistan (with actual travel to there) How do you see the situation playing out in Afghanistan once the remaining troops pull out in 2016 Is the government stable enough to hold off the consistently reforming Taliban Will we actually ever leave now with the events in Iraq and ISIS If we do will we as a nation be able to say it was worth it or a Vietnam redux YogiI got old stopped traveling to war zones I’m actually not entirely pessimistic about Afghanistan I think the new president Ashraf Ghani is a solid managerial sort I suspect that Afghan National Army will hold its own against the Taliban since they are natural ethnic enemies And Afghanistan has agreed to allow American advisors to stay on and train the troops for a while I suspect there will be a low-grade civil war in perpetuity or at least until the two sides get tired of fighting But I’d be surprised if the Taliban simply overran the country PaulDirks asks I know that you like to view yourself as a “reasonable” center-left voice but when you actually write it often seems that your efforts to provide balance actually come off as contrived and implausible Since we are both old enough to remember when there was such a thing as a reasonable Republican are you ever just tempted to say ‘bag it’ and start writing unadulterated attack pieces Aw c’mon Paul Your sense of contrived and implausible is. 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