View post tag: Naval Training & Education Share this article German Defence Attaché Visits Commander of Navy German Defence Attaché to Sri Lanka, Colonel Hertgehs paid a courtesy call on Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, Vice Admiral Jayanath Colombage at the Naval Headquarters on 01st April 2013.They held cordial discussions and exchanged mementos to mark the occasion.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, April 2, 2013; Image: Sri Lanka Navy View post tag: Commander View post tag: Attaché View post tag: German View post tag: Defense Back to overview,Home naval-today German Defence Attaché Visits Commander of Navy View post tag: Defence April 2, 2013 View post tag: Navy View post tag: visits View post tag: News by topic
In response of to SP’s request,Philippine Army 3rd Infantry Division spokesperson Captain Cenon Pancito IIIsaid they are “very much willing” to comply once they receive a copy of theresolution.“We are not hiding anything and it is the right of every Negrense to know whatis really happening in the area,” he explained.The military official also said they are willing to present the currentsituation as they believe the local government should be more aware of thesituation at hand. BACOLOD City – The SangguniangPanlungsod (SP) has enjoined law enforcement agencies here to provide“appropriate information” on the recent mass arrest against activists andprogressive groups in this city. The local legislative body on Thursdaypassed a resolution addressed to the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group(CIDG) Region 6, Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office, Bacolod CityPolice Office, and Philippine Army’s 303rd Infantry Brigade. Of the 42 arrested and charged, 11have been indicted for illegal possession of firearms, ammunition, andexplosives by Senior Assistant City Prosecutor Fernand Castro of the Office ofthe City Prosecutor here. The charge against 31 otherrespondents has been dismissed for lack of probable cause, and they werereleased from the CIDG’s custody on Wednesday afternoon./PN To date, the CIDG has filed cases forillegal possession of firearms and explosives against 42 suspected CPP-NPAmembers arrested in operations in this city on Oct. 31. Councilor Wilson Gamboa, who authoredthe resolution, said he wants police and military personnel to disclose information without jeopardizingnational security to the SP.
Though the formal inauguration takes place this morning, the past week has been filled with celebration. The Arts Showcase, which featured student work and performances, was held in Bovard Auditorium and Alumni Park Wednesday evening to honor USC’s arts schools and student creatives. The following day, Faculty Symposiums showcased innovative faculty work and research from several fields of study, from advances in artificial intelligence to dance in the digital age. This event is a turning point for the University. In the face of troubled times, Folt ushers in an era of change. Though she joins the ranks of USC giants like Steven Sample and C. L. Max Nikias, her three months in office have already made history — Folt is the first woman to serve as president. “The inauguration of USC’s next president marks the beginning of a new era of excellence in teaching and research, institutional accountability, and service to our local communities, the nation and the world,” Rick Caruso, Chair of the Board of Trustees, wrote on the inauguration website. Today is a significant day in USC’s 139-year history. Carol Folt will take center stage in Alumni Park for her inauguration as USC’s 12th president. (Andrea Diaz | Daily Trojan) For part of the ceremony, leaders and members of the community will march in an official processional. Students, staff, parents, alumni and community members representing everything from academic programs to student organizations, will march from the steps of Bovard Auditorium to Alumni Park. Select students will carry heraldic flags that will fly at the forefront of the procession, representing the University’s degree programs. Following the procession, the community will celebrate the inauguration with a luncheon at McCarthy Quad. Amid all the celebration, today’s ceremony marks a literal and figurative step forward for the University of Southern California.
Nigeria’s Under-23 national team, ‘Dream Team VI,’ has been commended for qualifying for the quarter finals of Men’s Football Tournament in the on-going 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Africa’s biggest corporate supporter of football, Globacom, in a press statement in Lagos yesterday commended the fighting spirit and doggedness of the players which saw them defeat Japan 5-4 and also pick maximum points with a 1-0 victory over Sweden in the first and second matches of Group B . “The Dream Team has, so far, been outstanding in the tournament. We urge them to sustain the momentum during the last Group B match against Colombia on Wednesday so as to top the group and remain in the commanding position,” Globacom said.The company praised the team for making Nigeria and Africa proud and said it looks forward to seeing them progress to the final and ultimately winning the gold medal. This will make them equal the record of the first Dream Team which won the football gold at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, USA.The Globacom also praised the Under-17 national team, Golden Eaglets, on their victory over Junior Menas of Niger Republic.Eaglets defeated Niger by a lone goal in Abuja on Saturday in the final qualifying match for African U-17 Championship. The two teams will meet in the second leg encounter in Niamey in a fortnight.Globacom urge the technical crew of the team to remain focused as they intensify efforts to qualify for the next championship, adding that “The team should work assiduously toward victory in Niger,”“We appreciate the support given to both teams by Nigerians and the Nigeria Football Federation in particular. We enjoin all to continue to support the teams until the ultimate victory is achieved,” Globacom concluded. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram