Press Trust of India New DelhiMarch 5, 2019UPDATED: March 5, 2019 11:47 IST AIFF are awaiting Real Kashmir’s reply for rematch against Minerva Punjab (@ILeagueOfficial Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMinerva Punjab and Real Kashmir were slated to meet in Srinagar on February 18The I-League encounter did not take place after Minerva refused to travelReal Kashmir were awarded all three points as Minerva gave a walkoverDefending champions Minerva Punjab FC, who pulled out of their I-League clash against Real Kashmir in Srinagar citing security concerns, will get a re-match against the debutants, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) has decided.The game was originally scheduled for February 18 but did not take place after Minerva refused to travel to Srinagar, insisting that their foreign players had been advised against it by their respective embassies in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack.Minerva said the AIFF failed to give written security assurances that were sought by the club after the terror attack which killed more than 40 CRPF personnel.”The AIFF Emergency Committee on Monday decided that there will be a re-match of Real Kashmir and Minerva Punjab but the date and venue is yet to be decided,” I-League CEO Sunando Dhar told PTI.”We have communicated this to Real Kashmir (since they are the host team) and we will take a decision (on the venue and date) after they give a reply. The plan is to have the match before the Super Cup preliminary round starts (on March 15).”I don’t want to say anything on date and venue now,” he added.Real Kashmir had turned up for the game last month, asserting that all the security arrangements were in place and they be awarded the three points after Minerva’s no-show.Minerva went on to argue that their pullout could not be considered a forfeiture as it was security grounds. The club refused to forego the three points, taking the matter to the Delhi High Court.advertisementThe court asked Minerva to go back to the AIFF I-League Committee for a resolution. The decision to have a re-match was, however, taken by the AIFF’s Emergency Committee.The League Committee had referred the matter to emergency panel, which comprises the AIFF President, five vice-Presidents and the Secretary General.Asked if there was still a chance of the match being held in Srinagar, Dhar said, “Let us wait for what Real Kashmir wants, in their reply.”Both the clubs are already out of title contention.Also Read | Delhi High Court rejects Minerva Punjab plea against AIFF over Real Kashmir game in SrinagarAlso Read | Exclusive: Secure or not? Minerva Punjab, Real Kashmir in war of words over Srinagar matchAlso Read | Disappointing not to play the game vs Minerva: Real Kashmir coach David RobertsonFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPTI Tags :Follow i-leagueFollow AIFFFollow Minerva PunjabFollow Real KashmirFollow SrinagarFollow rematch Minerva Punjab to get rematch against Real Kashmir: AIFFMinerva Punjab and Real Kashmir were slated to meet in Srinagar on February 18 but the I-League encounter did not take place after Minerva refused to travel to Srinagar with Real Kashmir being awarded three pointsadvertisement Next
Nova Scotians will see more job opportunities in aircraftmanufacturing and related industries following the signing of anagreement today, Oct. 22, between the province and the Aerospaceand Defence Industries Association of Nova Scotia (ADIANS). The agreement will ensure a co-ordinated approach to improveemployability, recruiting, training and retention of a skilledworkforce within industries such as aircraft manufacturing andmaintenance, and the industrial and electrical trades. “The aerospace and defence industry, like other industries, isworking to narrow the skills gap and address workforce challengesincluding an aging population and rapidly advancingtechnologies,” said Education Minister Jamie Muir. “As part ofSkills Nova Scotia, the government is working with many partners,like ADIANS, to educate and train more people to work right hereat home, to create a prouder, stronger Nova Scotia.” The Department of Education and Nova Scotia Economic Developmenthave provided $25,000 to ADIANS to develop an implementationplan, governance model and business plan, needed to establish thenew partnership. “A skilled, productive workforce is vital for the competitivenessof the aerospace industry, while the industry, in turn, is avital part of Nova Scotia’s advanced manufacturing sector, whichproduces good jobs, high wages and spinoff employment,” saidEconomic Development Minister Ernest Fage. He said his department is proud to work with industry to helpNova Scotia companies make the most of aerospace opportunitiessuch as the Maritime Helicopter Program. There are currently 5,200 aerospace and defence workers in NovaScotia. The Department of National Defence (DND) employs another2,000 civilians in similar fields. It is estimated that withinthe next two years about 30 per cent of these jobs will bevacant, due to a shortage of skilled workers. Hal Davies, chair of the ADIANS human resources council, saidaerospace and defence sector participants in a spring workforcestrategy forum saw the value to the industry of a much closercollaborative effort by the private, public and educationsectors. One of the recommendations included in a forum reportwas that a human resources partnership be developed. “Improved competitiveness, an expanded market share, and betteremployment prospects will result from the enthusiastic desire ofindustry, government, college and university educators, workersand students to work more closely together,” said Mr. Davies. He said skills shortages, demographic change and improvingeconomic prospects are impacting the industry. “The partnershipwill provide the synergistic and collaborative framework toenable us to optimize the talent of our people and meet thechallenges of today and thereby enhance the prosperity of allNova Scotians.” Stuart Gourley, senior executive director of the skills andlearning branch, Department of Education, signed the document onbehalf of the department. Carl Kumpic, vice president of ADIANSsigned on behalf of the association and Jim Stanley signed onbehalf of Nova Scotia Economic Development. A copy of the ADIANS Workforce Strategy Report is available onthe ADIANS Web site at www.adians.ca . Skills Nova Scotia is the province’s co-ordinating strategy fordeveloping a skilled and competitive workforce. It involvesworking with partners to upgrade people’s skills from basicliteracy to the use of the most advanced technologies to furthersuccess in education and in the workplace. Copies of the SkillsNova Scotia 2002-2003 Action Plan, and the 2002-2003 Skills NovaScotia Progress Report are available on the Department ofEducation’s Web site at www.ednet.ns.ca .
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