Real Madrid Ronaldo Jr. outshines Real Madrid superstar dad with stunning strike Matt Dorman Last updated 1 year ago 06:43 6/8/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal World Cup Friendlies The art of goalscoring certainly appears to be in the Portuguese’s genes, with his son showcasing his talent after an international friendly Forget about Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo might have a talented new rival for world football fame: his own son.The Real Madrid great’s eldest child Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., nicknamed Cristianinho, looks to have inherited the family knack for scoring stunners judging by his brilliant top-corner effort in a post-match kickabout on Thursday.He received some of the biggest cheers of the night from the Estadio da Luz crowd, who earlier saw World Cup-bound Portugal ease to a 3-0 friendly win over Algeria. Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo senior went scoreless in his 150th international appearance, so the emergence of a new challenger – family or otherwise – might come as handy motivation on the eve of the World Cup.Ronaldo has taken great pride in the efforts of his son during his football career to date, with the youngster having seemingly picked up the skills required very quickly.His father regularly posts videos of stunning efforts on social media, with this the latest in a long line of strikes his dad would be proud of.All of the Ronaldo traits are there – the accuracy to find the top corner and a look as the ball hits the back of the net which suggests there was never going to be any other outcome.O apito final não quer dizer que acabe o espectáculo. Cristiano Ronaldo e Cristianinho: tal pai, tal filho.#ConquistaOSonhoThe final whistle doesn’t mean the show is over. Cristiano and his son, it’s clear the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree! #ConquerYourDream pic.twitter.com/YgebltOYpa— Portugal (@selecaoportugal) June 7, 2018Ronaldo will be hoping that he can produce similar at the World Cup finals this summer, with Euro 2016 winners Portugal set to open their campaign against Spain on June 15.
KUSI Newsroom Posted: August 19, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, August 19, 2019 Police believe son murdered parents in Torrey Highlands home then committed suicide Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego Police Department Homicide Detectives believe a man killed his parents before committing suicide by jumping off a freeway overpass on Friday Ausut 16th.At about 10 p.m. Saturday, a San Diego Police Department dispatcher received a call asking officers to check the welfare of a couple living in the Torrey Highlands Neighborhood at 7400 block of Via Rivera. The couple was expected in San Francisco earlier in the day but did not arrive. Concerned family members called police.Upon arrival, police tried to make contact at the door, then by telephone, with no success. The officers looked through a rear window and saw a body on the living room floor, police said.The officers forced their way inside the home and discovered the bodies of an Asian man and woman in their 50s with trauma to the upper body. Both were pronounced dead at the scene. No one else was inside the residence.On Friday, August 16, 2019 the San Diego Police received a call regarding a person jumping from the Eastgate Mall overpass over I-805. Officers responded to the location and discovered a male had committed suicide by jumping over the bridge, landing onto the freeway.Police said they believe the person who committed suicide was the son of the murdered couple found in their home.Homicide detectives were called to the scene and are investigating the deaths. The home did not appear to be disturbed.The victims’ identities have not been released pending confirmation by the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office.Detectives said they will continue investigating this case to determine a motive for the homicides. Updated: 1:57 PM
N R Narayana Murthy, founder and former chairman of Infosys.Reuters fileThe Infosys row has resurfaced after N R Narayana Murthy, the founder of the company wrote a mail to its board a few days ago, demanding that they make the Panaya probe report public, ET Now news channel reported on Thursday.Let us rewind. On February 16, 2015, a whistleblower had written to the Securities and Exchange Board of India, saying that Infosys had overpaid for the acquisition of Panaya, an Israeli firm. After a strenuous probe of two years, the Infosys management was given a clean chit in June this year by international law firm Gibson Dunn and investigation firm Control Risks.”We found no evidence supporting the whistleblower allegations regarding acquisitions, there were no conflicts of interests or kickbacks, required approvals for M&A were obtained, thorough due diligence was done, valuations of the target companies done by an outside advisor were reasonable and the purchase price was within the range determined by the advisor. We found no evidence that the CEO received excessive variable compensation or incurred unreasonable expenses for security, travel and its Palo Alto office,” the investigators said in a statement.In an assertive email to employees, Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka said, “Reports questioning the company’s acquisition of Panaya were orchestrated by people who are hell-bent on harming the reputation of the company and its employees.” He denied that the management of the company benefited in any sort from the acquisition, calling the allegations “libellous”.Sikka and his team were still struggling to move past the allegations and its aftermath when Murthy demanded Panaya probe to go public. Differences over corporate governance between Murthy and Sikka don’t seem to be abating.Previously, the founders of Infosys had also raised objections to the quantum of salary hike given to Vishal Sikka and size of severance packages given to former CFO Rajiv Bansal and former General Counsel David Kennedy.As told to ET Now by unidentified sources, Infosys has no plans to make the report public as this would violate client confidentiality agreements between Panaya’s investors and their limited partners.
Road Accident logoThree motorcyclists were killed in a road accident at Meghna Bazar in Madhabdi upazila in Narsingdi early Sunday, reports UNB.The deceased are Rafiq, 25, son of Emdad member of Puranchar in Madhabdi upazila, his two friends Sohel Mia, 25, and Ashok Saha, 24, hailing from Polash upazila.The accident took place when a motorcycle, ridden by the trio, hit the boundary wall of a roadside house in the area as its driver lost control over the steering at some time of last night, leaving all of them dead on the spot, said Madhabdi police station officer-in-charge Ilias Miah.Locals spotted the dead bodies in the morning and informed police.Later, police rushed to the spot and sent those to Narsingdi Sadar Hospital morgue.
Rathish Chandra Bhoumik. File photo Prothom AloThe main accused in the murder case of special public prosecutor Rathish Chandra Bhoumik died at Rangpur Medical College Hospital in police custody early Saturday, reports UNB.The deceased is Kamrul Islam.Ratna Roy, senior jail superintendent of Rangpur central jail, said Kamrul had been suffering from depression.”He tried to commit suicide by hanging himself with his bedsheet around 5:00am and got injured critically,” Roy said.He was later taken to the hospital where physicians declared him dead, the jail official said.Rathish, a public prosecutor at the special judge’s court in Rangpur, was killed over alleged extramarital affairs between his wife Snigdha Sarkar Dipa and Kamrul on 29 March this year.