Male, Apr 28 (PTI) An injury-time diving header from striker Jeje Lalpekhlua earned Mohun Bagan a 1-1 draw against Maziya Sports & Recreation of Maldives as the Indian side confirmed their knockout round berth with an unbeaten record here today. Mohun Bagan, who came into the penultimate Group C match with a clean slate, were on the verge of tasting their first loss in five games before India international Lalpekhluas last-gasped strike in the third minute of the stoppage time saved them the blushes. Maziya Sports & Recreation captain Abdulla Asadhulla had put the home side ahead in the 65th minute at the National Stadium here. With 11 points from five games, last season I-League champions Mohun Bagan are certain to end at the top of the group, a reflection of their impressive run of form in this continents second tier club competition. Top two teams from each of the eight groups qualify for the round of 16 stage. Looking to avenge their 2- 5loss in the first leg in Guwahati, Maziya came closest to breaking the deadlock in a goal-less first half when midfielder Ahmed Imaaz struck the woodwork from a free-kick inside 15 minutes before striker Abdulla opened the scoring for them 20 minutes after restart. But just as it seemed Maziya were going to hold on for their second straight home victory, Lalpekhluas diving header at the death claimed a hard-earned point for Mohun Bagan as they remained unbeaten in Group G. “Our boys tried until the last minute and we managed to score in the last minute. We are top of the group and that was our primary target,” said Mohun Bagan coach Sanjoy Sen. “The first half was not good for both teams and second half was okay. But this is my first AFC Cup and Im happy so far with the results,” he said after the match. More PTI PDS PDSadvertisement
Shanghai will host IT&CM China 2011 Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H The inaugural Shanghai Business Events Week has been boosted by the inclusion of IT&CM China, which will anchor the initiative taking place from 11 to 15 April this year. Launched by the Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration (SMTA), the project will bring together six MICE events under one umbrella and will highlight China’s increasingly popular status as a MICE destination. “China has positioned itself well on the international stage and is attracting demand through increased and suitable space and inventory combined with competitive rates,” Hilton Shanghai business development director Victor N de Vries said. “Outbound wise, China has an already large and growing footprint on world business.” IT&CM China 2011 is the 5th edition of the international MICE event that seeks to “Promote China to the World and the World to China”, and will be held from 13 to 15 April at ShanghaiMart Expo. Themed “China’s Next MICE Wave”, the event will feature more than 2,000 delegates from across China and 40 countries worldwide. Joining IT&CM at the Shanghai Business Events Week will be SMTA’s China (Shanghai) International Meetings & Conferences Forum, Global Business Travel Association’s Corporate Travel Expert Certification Course, ICCA’s Association Database Workshop, IMEX-MPI–IT&CM China’s Future Leaders Forum and the TTG China Travel Awards.
Share Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) announced recently that Greg McCoskey has been hired as the company’s Lead General Counsel. McCoskey’s responsibilities will include working with the operations and management teams to provide counsel on corporate and litigation matters for NTC and to ensuring that NTC’s customers remain insulated from statutory non-compliance risk for any operation outsourced to NTC.”We’ve known Greg for some time and I have been impressed with his grasp of the complexities of compliance in our business,” said John Hillman, CEO at NTC. “Greg understands the role of general counsel and has experience as a successful litigator. He will strengthen our legal team, which will give our clients an additional layer of confidence that the work they ask us to complete on their behalf will be handled perfectly.”McCoskey has 20 years experience as an attorney and partner at significant local and national commercial law firms. He currently serves as Retained General Counsel for Mogean, Inc., a technology startup company, and the Ideal Consolidated Companies, manufacturers and distributors of industrial and construction products. McCoskey earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Maryland, and then attended The University of Georgia School of Law to earn his J.D. and M.B.A. “I’m very pleased to be joining this team,” McCoskey said. “Nationwide Title Clearing has earned its reputation by achieving the highest level of compliance in the industry. I look forward to joining a team that places such a high emphasis on quality, compliance, and ethical business practice.” in Featured, Headlines, News, Servicing Greg McCoskey Joins NTC as Lead General Counsel June 30, 2017 535 Views Compliance Greg McCoskey Law NTC 2017-06-30 Joey Pizzolato