Chelsea’s Hudson-Odoi suffers Achilles injury in draw with Burnley

first_img Reuters LondonApril 23, 2019UPDATED: April 23, 2019 13:09 IST Callum Hudson-Odoi was replaced with Pedro shortly before halftime (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSCallum Hudson-Odoi suffered what appeared to be a serious Achilles tendon injuryThe 18-year-old was replaced with Pedro shortly before halftimeIt is not sure yet whether he reptured his tendonChelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi suffered what appeared to be a serious Achilles tendon injury in Monday’s 2-2 draw with Burnley, assistant coach Gianfranco Zola said.Hudson-Odoi, 18, had to be helped off the pitch shortly before halftime when he was replaced by Pedro.”It’s not an easy one. I think it is a serious injury. It’s on his Achilles tendon. I cannot tell you the full extent of it,” Zola told reporters.The Italian said he could not comment reports that Hudson-Odoi had ruptured his tendon.”I am not sure about it. I think they will have to have an examination, but it is not looking good,” Zola said.Hudson-Odoi received his first England start last month even as he struggled to break into the Chelsea first team.Bayern Munich said they want to sign him from Chelsea, leading to speculation he could be sold during the close season.Also Read | Manchester United suffer 5th straight away defeat with 4-0 hammering from EvertonAlso Read | Liverpool back on top after 2-0 win over Cardiff CityAlso Read | Ashley Young confident misfiring Manchester United will be ready for Manchester CityAlso Watch | Love the energy of the Indian players in the IPL before World Cup: Virat KohliFor 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 byRoshni Tags :Follow ChelseaFollow Injury Chelsea’s Hudson-Odoi suffers Achilles injury in draw with BurnleyChelsea footballer Callum Hudson-Odoi suffered what appeared to be a serious Achilles tendon injury during Monday’s match against Burnley.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

Plan daction régional pour améliorer les taux de littératie

first_imgUn plan d’action en faveur de la littératie au Canada atlantique, rendu public à St. John’s (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador) aujourd’hui, 25 septembre, permettra aux Canadiens de l’Atlantique de bénéficier de meilleures stratégies en matière de littératie. Les ministres de l’éducation et de la formation du Canada atlantique ont montré qu’ils étaient résolus à améliorer la littératie au Canada atlantique en appuyant les objectifs du plan qui visent à favoriser la littératie à tous les niveaux, de la petite enfance jusqu’à la formation des adultes. « L’avenir économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse, et du Canada atlantique, dépend beaucoup d’un plan uniforme, de dire la ministre de l’Éducation et ministre du Travail et du Développement de la main-d’œuvre, Marilyn More. « Ce plan d’action vient s’ajouter aux progrès que nous faisons en Nouvelle-Écosse par le biais des initiatives dans les écoles publiques et des programmes d’éducation postsecondaire, les programmes pour adultes et ceux pour la petite enfance. » Le plan porte surtout sur les bienfaits de l’éducation de la petite enfance et sur le besoin de déterminer des mesures précises pour favoriser la littératie chez les jeunes enfants. Le plan aborde en outre la promotion de la formation des enseignants en littératie dans les programmes d’études et à l’université, les meilleures possibilités de perfectionnement professionnel et une plus grande sensibilisation aux avantages qui découlent de taux plus élevés de littératie chez les adultes au Canada atlantique. « Les taux de littératie ont un impact profond sur la qualité de vie d’une personne et sur la prospérité économique du Canada atlantique, de dire Mme More. Ce plan contribuera à aider les Canadiens de l’Atlantique à vivre mieux en atteignant les taux de littératie dont ils ont besoin pour améliorer la productivité de la main-d’œuvre et améliorer la prospérité économique et sociale du Canada atlantique. » Au cours des trois prochaines années, les priorités de l’éducation publique en matière de littératie porteront sur l’élargissement des connaissances et des compétences des professionnels qui enseignent la littératie. On accordera également la priorité à l’évaluation, à la surveillance et à l’amélioration des résultats de l’apprentissage pour tous les élèves, peu importe leurs antécédents et leurs aptitudes. On se penchera également sur le perfectionnement du leadership en élaboration de programmes et sur l’amélioration des capacités en littératie pour faciliter l’apprentissage dans toutes les matières au programme. Les priorités liées à la littératie chez les adultes et en milieu de travail viseront une plus grande sensibilisation aux bienfaits d’une amélioration de la littératie chez les adultes, la promotion de l’engagement des employeurs, l’élimination des obstacles aux occasions d’apprentissage et l’assurance de la pertinence et de l’utilité de l’apprentissage pour l’apprenant. Parmi les autres objectifs, notons l’accroissement des normes professionnelles, des connaissances et des compétences en matière d’enseignement et de facilitation de la littératie et de l’acquisition de compétences fondamentales chez les adultes, et l’amélioration de la qualité et de l’efficacité des programmes de littératie et de compétences fondamentales pour les adultes. Les ministres de l’éducation et de la formation ont également pris des mesures aujourd’hui pour favoriser davantage la littératie avec l’établissement d’un programme d’études et le lancement d’outils d’évaluation qui pourront servir dans les écoles de la région. Ces ressources viennent soutenir de meilleurs résultats en littératie et en numératie; elles sont de nouvelles ressources stimulantes et adaptées pour répondre aux besoins spécifiques et uniques des élèves du Canada atlantique. La littératie : une clé d’apprentissage et une voie vers la prospérité – Plan d’action 2009-2014 pour le Canada atlantique. Préparé par le Conseil atlantique des ministres de l’Éducation et de la Formation. Le document sera disponible à l’adresse www.camet-camef.ca le lundi 28 septembre prochain.last_img read more

Man given up for dead in Lanka alive in India

A native of Ambasamudram, Boomi Durai came to Coimbatore in 1991 in search of work after passing class 10. He worked with his brother-in-law for a few years and did several odd jobs in Avarampalayam, Sitco, Kovai Pudur before getting his driver’s license in 1994. He went to Chennai in 1999 and worked for a rice trader for a year before joining the Chennai Central Call Taxi Drivers’ Association. He was president of the association for a year until serious clashes with AIADMK trade union members led to Durai being charged with criminal intimidation and attempt to murder. Fearing threat to his life, he quit the association and joined a private call taxi in Chennai, before leaving for Coimbatore in 2007. “I don’t know who the man was and how he came to possess my ID card. I know that the association refused to accept new members and perhaps gave my ID card to someone else after I quit,” he said.Khurram Ahmed, who was the president of the association from 2001 to 2003, said new cards were not issued.“By the time the cards were issued, internal squabbling had torn apart the association. Even I did not receive the card,” Ahmed said when asked about Boomi Durai’s version of events. A Chennai taxi driver, Boomi Durai N, suspected to have died in floods and whose body was believed to have washed ashore in Sri Lanka on December 6 is alive and well, the Times of India reported.The 41-year-old, the driver of private bus in the city, is a native of Poosaripalayam in Coimbatore, India. With the discovery of Durai the mystery has deepened over the identity of the man whose body fishermen found off Trincomallee port in Sri Lanka’s Eastern Province and handed over to the nation’s navy. “The man definitely did not die in the Chennai floods nor was he washed away from the city,” a senior ‘Q’ branch officer said. “We learned that he’s not a fisherman but could have died in Rameswaram. The sea may have carried the body to the Sri Lankan coast. We are probing every possibilities.” Officials of the Tamil Nadu ‘Q’ branch, which tracks extremist outfits, are not ruling out a possible LTTE link and say the man may have been an operative of the terrorist organisation. On seeing news about his “death” in the media, Boomi Durai called up the office of the Chennai police commissioner on the night of December 7 and informed officers he was alive. A ‘Q’ branch police team that had earlier visited NGO Colony in Choolaimedu in Chennai, the address given on the ID card, but failed to trace Durai. “We can’t do anything further unless the Union government intervenes at a diplomatic level,” the ‘Q’ branch officer said. The body was handed over to the Trincomallee government hospital by the Lankan navy.Durai told TOI that he never received the ID card that he had applied for from the Chennai Central Call Taxi Drivers’ Association of which he was a member for nearly two years. Drivers plying taxis at the Chennai central station were controlled by the association or union affiliated to the Labour Progressive Front, the DMK’s trade union wing. With a private bus service (A1 travels), he drives a bus from Coimbatore to Chennai every day carrying passengers to and fro.“I was shocked to learn that my ID card was found on a dead man,” he said. He added that the card held no value now as the association does not exist anymore. “I am unable to understand how someone had my card for over 10 years,” he said. read more