Anfieldchampions leagueChampions League 2019champions league live streaming First Published: October 2, 2019, 11:56 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Chelsea will face French side Lille away on Wednesday in the second matchday of the UEFA Champions League 2019-20. The London club lost 1-0 at home to the Spaniards a fortnight ago and the Group H game in northern France has taken on extra importance for both sides with Lille on the rebound from a 3-0 defeat away to Ajax.Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is confident his team can put their defeat against Valencia in their opening Champions League game behind them. Chelsea are fresh from winning their last two matches, including a 2-0 victory against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday, which left a team sprinkled with youth in seventh in the Premier League.Defender Fikayo Tomori and striker Tammy Abraham, both 21, will both hope to keep their places against Lille along with 20-year-old midfielder Mason Mount.Meanwhile, Lampard is hopeful midfielder N’Golo Kante will be fit to return after missing the last two matches in what has so far been an injury-hit season for him. The France star trained on Tuesday morning and will be assessed on the morning of the game.Barkley, who missed a penalty against Valencia, featured in several tabloid newspaper reports after apparently dropping takeaway food in the back of a taxi.What time is kick-off?The game will kick-off at 12:30am IST on October 3. There are eight Champions League games tonight with two of them in the early 10.25pm slot and six that will start at 12:30am on October 3.What TV channel is it on?Sony will show every game from the Champions League LIVE in India this season. Lille vs Chelsea will be LIVE on Sony Ten2 SD and HD on Tuesday night.How can I stream it?The Champions League Lille vs Chelsea live stream will be available on Sony LIV app in India for premium users.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.F <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/25e5d/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> The SkyTeam airline alliance is reportedly in talks with around 12 other airlines, two of whom may be added to the group by the end of the year. In an interview with Bloomberg, SkyTeam said new members were integral to expansion plans in Asia, India and Latin America, but declined to name which carriers were being pursued. Alliance chairman Leo van Wijk admitted only that most of the airlines currently in talks were regional carriers servicing either just one or a few countries. “Latin America is still a relatively wide spot for us,” he said. “It’s not easy to find a partner who covers all of it, so you have to go with multiple partners who cover pieces.” The alliance, which already includes Delta Air Lines Inc. and Air France-KLM, gained its 13th member this week with the official induction of Tarom Romanian Air Transport.Vietnam Airlines joined the alliance on June 10 and China Eastern is set to join in the coming months.
Share11TweetShare13Email24 SharesApril 20, 2016; Daily Campus (University of Connecticut)NPQ has written before about the movement to end university investments in the private prison industry. Now, the UConn Undergraduate Student Government is asking the UConn Foundation, which manages a $383 million endowment, to submit a statement showing any holdings it might have in private prisons.“The corporations profiting from private prisons have a financial incentive to promote the political and economic agendas of mass incarceration,” commuter student senator Haddiyyah Ali wrote in a statement of position, wherein it was also asserted that private prisons violate universal human rights, particularly those to “life, liberty, security of person, privacy, family, home, ownership of property and to not be arbitrarily deprived of property.”Last year at this time, Columbia University became the first university in the country to divest from private prisons, followed by Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass., and the University of California divested themselves of $25 million of investments in private prison corporations following protests from their Black Student Unions.As NPQ readers may remember, philanthropic institutions have also felt pressure to divest from this industry. Last year, the California Endowment announced that it was divesting from companies “that derive significant annual revenue from the operation of private prisons, jails, detention centers and correctional facilities.”As Rick Cohen wrote in 2014, “Divestment…is a pro-values strategy. But it demands that the institutions of our society that purport to be mission- and value-driven, such as private foundations, cannot stand on the sidelines with their billions in tax exempt assets and assume that their five percent devoted to philanthropic output automatically outweighs and camouflages the impacts of the investment of their 95 percent.”—Ruth McCambridgeShare11TweetShare13Email24 Shares