The Punjab police on Monday set up a Special Investigation Team to probe the murder of the 36-year-old woman officer who was shot dead at her office last week in Kharar.Neha Shorie, posted as zonal licensing authority with the Drug and Food Chemical Laboratory in Kharar, was shot dead by a man who later killed himself as well.The five-member SIT, which will be headed by Inspector General of Police (Rupnagar Range) V. Neeraja, will probe into all the facts and circumstances leading to the incident, said an official statement here.
NEW YORK — Ron Hainsey is making a habit this week of scoring game-winning goals, a development the young Carolina Hurricanes will be happy to see continue.The veteran defenseman scored at 2:21 of the 3-on-3 overtime to lift the Hurricanes to a 3-2 victory over the New York Islanders on Oct. 29.Hainsey also had the game-winner in Carolina’s 3-1 victory at Detroit on Oct. 27.Against the Islanders, Hainsey took a pass from Jordan Staal and slid the puck past New York goalie Thomas Greiss near the midpoint of the extra period for his second of the season.“Obviously anything can happen 3-on-3. I was trying to beat their backcheckers up the ice. I saw the goalie move a little to the right so I figured if I could get him moving the other way, I’d have a half a chance,” Hainsey said. “It’s probably five years for me between game winners. I’m just happy to get two wins.”Brock McGinn and Chris Terry scored in regulation and Eddie Lack stopped 17 shots to help Carolina win its second straight to cap a 4-3-0 road trip.Terry had tied the score with 5:04 left in the third, finishing off a slick passing play with Eric and Jordan Staal. The goal was Terry’s second of the season.Matt Martin and Frans Nielsen scored for the Islanders, Nick Leddy had two assists, and Greiss finished with 26 saves.“We weren’t good enough tonight,” Martin said. “Five-on-five we have to play better.”Both goalies traded glove saves early in the overtime. Lack stopped John Tavares while Greiss denied Staal. Greiss stopped Jeff Skinner with an arm save before Hainsey scored the winner.The Islanders lost for just the third time in seven home games (4-1-2) at Barclays Center and moved into a tie with the Rangers for first place in the Metropolitan Division.“You’re not going to win every night but we have to bring a better effort,” said Nielsen, who scored a highlight-reel goal to put the Islanders ahead 2-1 with 7:10 left in the second. “Every point is huge.”Nielsen skated virtually unimpeded from his own blue line, splitting the Hurricanes’ defense and beating Lack with a backhand for his fourth of the season and third in the last two games.Greiss fell to 3-0-2 for the Islanders, who signed the German-born goaltender as a free agent last summer.The overtime defeat left Islanders coach Jack Capuano a bit miffed at his team but also giving credit to the Hurricanes.“They have a good young team, they have a fast team,” Capuano said. “That is one of the better teams that we have played. They deserved the win. But that was our worst execution in a long time. We didn’t manage the puck well.”Martin opened the scoring for the Islanders, tipping in Leddy’s slap shot at 8:56 of the first for his first of the season.McGinn tied it with 5:00 left in the first, taking a pass from Jay McClement and beating Greiss for his second goal of the season.Greiss replaced starter Jaroslav Halak who missed the game with unspecified illness. Islanders forward Ryan Strome also was a late scratch because of illness.The Islanders outshot the Hurricanes 8-4 in the first while the Hurricanes had a 8-6 shots advantage in the second period. The Hurricanes came alive in the third, outshooting the home team 13-4.“Clearly our best period was the third,” said Hainsey,’ who has 42 goals in 764 career games. “We did a better job of holding onto the puck in their zone. We know how it is when you have a lead. We had nothing to lose. We aired it out a little more.”The Islanders are 6-1-1 in their last eight games and continued their masterful penalty killing over their last seven games with 23 straight man advantages snuffed out.(ALLAN KREDA) TweetPinShare0 Shares
To purchase tickets, or to make a contribution to the We Are Family Foundation, please visit wearefamilyfoundation.org. Contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.Arrivals and reception begin at 6:30pm on Friday, April 29, 2016 followed by the awards ceremony, dinner and live concert with Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Bono beginning at 7:30pm at the Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom located at 311 West 34th Street in New York City. On Friday, April 29, 2016, the We Are Family Foundation (WAFF), a not-for-profit organization founded by legendary GRAMMY Award winning musician, Nile Rodgers, will honor Bono at Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.Bono will receive the We Are Family Foundation Humanitarian Award, which honors a person in the public eye who has made tremendous efforts and inroads into making the human condition better throughout the world. The lead singer of the iconic and award-winning band U2, Bono is also a long-time activist in the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty in Africa. He is the cofounder of ONE, a global advocacy and campaigning organization and (RED) which works with companies to raise awareness and funds for the fight against AIDS. Previous recipients of the WAFF Humanitarian Award have included Sir Elton John, Sting & Trudie Styler, Steven Van Zandt, Nile Rodgers, Jackson Browne and Peter Gabriel.“The DNA of musicians in general is to give the gift of music to people around the world. And, in times of tragedy, musicians are the first to organize and give their music and themselves to help raise awareness, funds and in many cases a place to start to heal. For decades Bono’s passion for humanity continues through his work as a voice to solve some of our biggest issues on a global scale. I am proud to have him as this year’s We Are Family Foundation Humanitarian honoree, and I’m honored to call him a friend.” says WAFF Founder & Chairman, Nile Rodgers.The funds raised will support WAFF’s mission and programs including WAFF’s signature program, Three Dot Dash, which identifies, supports and mentors Global Teen Leaders actively working on programs that address basic human needs and promoting a more peaceful world; and TEDxTeen, a global educational platform for extraordinary teenagers to share their ideas, stories and inspire millions.
Tony Cohen has stepped down as FremantleMedia CEO and will be replaced by Cécile Frot-Coutaz. She is currently the CEO of FremantleMedia North America and has been with the company for seventeen years. FremantleMedia said that Cohen is stepping down to “focus on his non-executive work”.Guillaume de Posch, co-CEO of FremantleMedia parent company RTL Group said: “I want to thank Tony Cohen for his outstanding achievements. He transformed FremantleMedia from a collection of individual entities into a global content power house.”