Team India manager allowed to stay in West Indies after apologising profusely

first_img Indo-Asian News Service New DelhiAugust 14, 2019UPDATED: August 14, 2019 23:41 IST Sunil Subramanium misbehaved with officials of the Indian High Commission in the West Indies. (Getty Images)HIGHLIGHTSTeam India manager Sunil Subramaniam has been handed one more chanceSunil Subramanium misbehaved with officials of the Indian High Commission in the West IndiesSubramanium had got a 45-day extension along with the Ravi Shastri-led support staffTeam India manager Sunil Subramaniam has been handed one more chance after he apologised profusely to the Committee of Administrators (CoA) for his misconduct with the bureaucrats in the Caribbean Islands.Having escaped Down Under after he misbehaved during the Perth Test in December 2018, Subramaniam fell prey to his own conduct this time when the CoA was informed of the issue by senior government officials in India.A board functionary confirmed the development and said that while Subramaniam has been forgiven this time, it would be interesting to see if he is now allowed to contest for the position of manager — the appointment is set to happen by the end of this month.”Yes, mails had been exchanged and while he had spoken about how it was an inadvertent mistake, the top bosses were pretty clear that he needed to return. But his apologising profusely after he was asked to fly back has seen the CoA change its stand.Also Read | 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli, India teammates congratulate Chris Gayle after fireworks in Port of SpainAlso Read | India vs West Indies: Chris Gayle sports special edition jersey in 3rd ODI in Port of SpainAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to 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 bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow BCCIFollow COAFollow Committee of Administrators Team India manager allowed to stay in West Indies after apologising profuselyTeam India manager Sunil Subramanium is a former left-arm spinner from Tamil Nadu, who has incidentally also been senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin’s personal coach during his formative years.advertisementlast_img read more

Premier Announces New Agreement in China

first_imgNova Scotia is the first province to obtain membership benefits with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) in Shanghai to help drive export growth and opportunity for Nova Scotia’s exporters in a key market. Premier Stephen McNeil announced today, Sept. 7, that Nova Scotia has committed to a one-year initiative to extend membership benefits to Nova Scotia exporters who are ready to do business in Shanghai. “CanCham has become an important partner in helping make connections to senior-level business leaders on our behalf,” said Premier McNeil. “As the fastest growing market in the world, and as Nova Scotia’s second-largest trading partner, China is a strategic priority for government and businesses.” CanCham is the pre-eminent member driven organization supporting Canadian business and community interests in eastern China. With Nova Scotia’s membership, qualified, export-ready businesses working through Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) will benefit from arranged meetings, logistics support, interpretation service and targeted industry connections. “We are pleased to partner with Nova Scotia as the first Canadian province to have access to our provincial membership benefits,” said Hélène Larochelle, executive director, CanCham Shanghai. “Entry into an unfamiliar market can be difficult to navigate. This agreement will open doors and connect companies to untapped resources.” Premier McNeil and Laurel Broten, president and CEO of NSBI, met with the organization’s Ms. Larochelle in Shanghai to discuss the initiative and the opportunity for Nova Scotia businesses. “The need to be globally connected has never been greater for businesses in Nova Scotia who can work, trade, and compete with anyone in the world, from right here at home,” said Ms. Broten. “The one-year membership is an example of new ways we can help our exporting companies grow and prove Nova Scotia’s products can compete on a global stage.” In 2016 Nova Scotia exported $491 million worth of goods to China. “China has developed into a key market for us,” said Ashley McConnell-Gordon, vice president of Benjamin Bridge, a Nova Scotia company focused on marketing to Asia. “It is encouraging to see an initiative that will connect us to new partners and potential business relationships.” Nova Scotia exporters interested in learning more about this opportunity, should go to read more