Four journalists convicted of treason are pardoned and freed

first_img February 10, 2021 Find out more News EthiopiaAfrica July 20, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Four journalists convicted of treason are pardoned and freed News News EthiopiaAfrica Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Ethiopia Ethiopia arbitrarily suspends New York Times reporter’s accreditation Newscenter_img Journalist attacked, threatened in her Addis Ababa home RSF condemns NYT reporter’s unprecedented expulsion from Ethiopia May 18, 2021 Find out more RSF_en May 21, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders voiced relief on learning that the Ethiopian government today heeded international pleas and pardoned 38 opposition members, including four journalists, who had been given jail terms ranging from six months to life on 16 July.The four journalists to receive pardons were Ethiop editor Andualem Ayele, Abay editor Mesfin Tesfaye, Asqual editor Wonakseged Zeleke and Dawit Fassil, the deputy editor of the now defunct weekly Satenaw. Two other journalists who were given life sentences in absentia – Menilik editor Zelalem Guebre and Netsanet editor Abey Gizaw – have not so far been included in the pardon.“We have finally had some good news in this interminable case, but we remain on our guard,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has taken account of the international community’s appeals but he made the release of these prisoners conditional on their signing an ‘apology to the Ethiopian people’ for the ‘mistakes made in November 2005′.”The press freedom organisation added: “This case will not be over until Zelalem Guebre and Abey Gizaw have also been cleared of all the charges against them.”——————-16.07 – Six journalists get jail terms ranging from 18 months to lifeReporters Without Borders voiced outrage at the federal high court’s decision today to sentence six journalists to jail terms ranging from six months to life. They are part of a group of 43 government opponents who were tried together. Most of them were found guilty of “trying to overthrow constitutional rule.”“We are certainly relieved that court president Adil Ahmed did not accept prosecutor Abraha Tetemke’s request for the application of the death sentence, but imposing life imprisonment on journalists who, to our knowledge, were just doing their job is outrageous,” the Reporters Without Borders said.“After the acquittal of eight journalists in April, we had reason to hope that Ethiopia would finally respect the right of its citizens to free speech,” Reporters Without Borders added. “Today’s sentences will just fuel tension in the country. We hope the defendants will be able to appeal and that the judges will then treat them with clemency.”Today’s high court sentences were passed on 43 members of the opposition Coalition for Unity and Democracy, of whom six are journalists. There were arrested for taking party in opposition protests in November 2005 following disputed legislative elections.Ethiop editor Andualem Ayele and Abay editor Mesfin Tesfaye received a life sentence, as did two other journalists who were tried in absentia, Menilik editor Zelalem Guebre and Netsanet editor Abey Gizaw. Asqual editor Wonakseged Zeleke was sentenced to three years in prison. Dawit Fassil, the deputy editor of the now defunct weekly Satenaw, who had been found guilty of publishing inaccurate information, was sentenced to 18 months in prison. After spending 17 months in prison, he was released on bail in April and was then re-arrested. The court is discussing the possibility of releasing him in view of the time he has already been held.The court also imposed heavy fines on the Serkalem, Sisay and Fassil press groups and ordered that they be disbanded. Organisation Receive email alerts to go furtherlast_img read more

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Where Homeowners Are ‘Overstretched’

first_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily October 29, 2019 1,246 Views Related Articles About Author: Seth Welborn Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Home Prices Leverage in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Where the Biggest Changes in Affordability Occurred Next: California Neighborhoods Endangered As Wildfires Approach Where Homeowners Are ‘Overstretched’ Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agocenter_img The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. Home Prices Leverage 2019-10-29 Seth Welborn Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Where Homeowners Are ‘Overstretched’ The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago While in most cases a the price of a home should not exceed three times a buyer’s annual income, in some cities, many potential buyers may find it difficult to find a home within those parameters. LendingTree examined the nation’s 50 largest cities to determine where buyers will have to take out the largest loans, and found that many are situated on or near the West Coast.Five of the top 10 cities where buyers are stretching themselves the most are in California, and Los Angeles and San Diego have remained the 2 cities where borrowers have to stretch their budgets the most.In especially overpriced areas of California, tech companies including Facebook, Google, and Microsoft are investing in affordable housing. Facebook recently announced that it will be committing $1 billion toward affordable housing in Silicon Valley. The aim is to produce up to 20,000 new housing units for workers over the next decade. Much of the new units are aimed at teachers, police, and other middle-class workers in the Menlo Park area, Wall Street Journal reports.“Though there is some speculation that the housing boom in California may be nearing its end, home prices in the state are still high,” said LendingTree Chief Economist Tendayi Kapfidze. “As a result, many buyers, especially those who don’t work in lucrative industries like tech, will take out large loans to cover the cost of their homes.”Outside of California, Salt Lake City is the place with the highest leverage ratio. Salt Lake City is currently undergoing a housing shortage, forcing buyers to overspend.On the other end of the scale, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Detroit are where buyers are taking the smallest loans relative to their incomes. An average leverage ratio of 2.08 could make these cities attractive to potential homebuyers. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago  Print This Post Share Save Subscribelast_img read more

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Evgeni Malkin injury update: Penguins center probable Monday vs. Flyers

first_img Leafs’ John Tavares has ‘absolutely no regrets’ over leaving Islanders It’s looking like Geno will be a go this week.Penguins center and alternate captain Evgeni Malkin is listed as probable for Monday’s game against the Flyers, coach Mike Sullivan announced. Related News Malkin, who has been dealing with a lower-body injury, participated in the team’s morning skate and will be a game-time decision for the intrastate rivalry game at Philadelphia.Sullivan also said defenseman Justin Schultz and forward Zach Aston-Reese will not play. Coach Sullivan on injury updates: “Malkin is probable tonight, but he will be a game-time decision. Schultz and Aston-Reese are out.”— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) February 11, 2019Malkin, 32, has 14 goals and 41 assists through 50 games this season. He is 15 points shy of 1,000 for his career.The Penguins should also get a boost from goaltender Matt Murray, who will resume his role in the net after missing the last two games following an injury suffered in a Feb. 5 loss to the Hurricanes.Philadelphia (25-23-7) hosts Pittsburgh (28-20-7) at 7 p.m. ET Monday.last_img read more

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Web Conference Helps Family Caregivers

first_imgTo The Editor:In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, the nonprofit National Private Duty Association (NPDA) has announced that it will host a consumer education web conference entitled Creating a Care Plan for Your Parents on Nov. 3, 2011, at 8 p.m. EST (7 p.m. CT). The live and interactive program will provide advice on how family caregivers can work with care professionals to develop an effective plan of care for a loved one. Caregivers will learn how to identify key issues and problems, locate needed experts, and outline expected outcomes to ensure that a parent is cared for in the best manner possible. The event is free of charge to participants.The web conference topics include setting up a successful plan, the plan components, implementation of care, managing expectations, care evaluation and warning signs.Empowering family caregivers through the use of an effective care plan aids both adult children and their parentsA well-planned and monitored plan helps an aging parent to thrive, while remaining comfortable at home.The event’s expert presenter is Bert Copple, general manager of the Home Instead Senior Care franchise located in Birmingham, Mich. This franchise has been named a Top 40 Workplace by the Detroit Free Press in 2010 and 2011. Pre-registration for the event is required. Sign up today by visiting the registration link at www.privatedutyhomecare.org.Sheila McMackinPresidentNational Private Duty Care AssociationIndianapolis, Inlast_img read more

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Seventh-Grader Takes The Lead In Student Anti-Bullying Initiative

first_imgRED BANK —The public school district is taking a new approach to the age-old problem of bullying, employing a student initiative to get kids more involved.Since September, middle school administrators have allowed students to establish an anti-bullying squad.The idea for the squad was brought to the administration by seventh grade student Elijah Gray. Elijah told of his own experiences with bullying, going back to the third grade.“I was being teased about my clothes and my hair,” which his father would cut, Elijah explained about his experience.“Students continued to target me throughout the years,” he acknowledged. “I was feeling a sense of hurt at being targeted.” And it was that experience that formed the basis for his idea of starting the squad. “I continued to see the bullying and I stepped up,” said Elijah, who is now 13.According to Principal Maria Iozzi, about 45 students are participating in the squad.“In terms of investigation nothing has changed,” regarding the administration’s role in combating bullying, Iozzi said. School officials contact the parents of students involved immediately, as well as the state Department of Education representatives, as required by department guidelines.Elijah and his fellow squad members take an active role when they become aware of incidents occurring among the student body, and act as intermediaries pulling in the one doing the bullying and the victim“A lot of times students don’t want to come out,” if they’ve been victimized, afraid they’ll be labeled a “snitch” or “tattletale,” Elijah explained.And among the students who’ve been accused of bullying, oftentimes they say they didn’t even consider their behavior as inappropriate, seeing it as simply play.“We really try to reach out to the students, telling them to think before you speak, before you act,” Iozzi said. And when there is that meeting between the two, “We ask the target, were you offended?” Iozzi said. “And it becomes quite clear.”“You really try to moderate the situation,” is how Elijah explained the squad’s role in this.The range of offensive behavior can range from some including incidents of cyber-bullying, the principal said, to what Elijah called “stinging’’—teasing, name calling, pulling pranks.Elijah and his other squad members prepared for their role in the anti-bullying initiative with training that included watching a film and doing some role playing and even discussing the implications of coming forward or tattling, he said.Students who need help with anger issues are referred to programs designed to address their problems. The program for girls is called GLO–acronym for Girls Leading Outward. A similar program designed for boys is called ExCel, which stands for Excellence, Community, Empowerment and Leadership, said Superintendent of Schools Laura Morana.This year the state Department of Education enacted additional policies concerning harassment, intimidation and bullying, or HIB for short, requiring school officials to provide additional documentation of bullying incidents and of how officials’ respond. Schools will receive a report card from state education officials assessing each district’s effectiveness in addressing bullying incidents.This year, Iozzi said, “We’ve definitely seen our cases decrease,” though she did not have statistics available immediately.“What’s remarkable,” Morana observed, “is that Elijah and his peers are part of the solution.’“I just love that the students are involved in this,” Morana said. By John Burton Red Bank Middle School student Elijah Gray (pictured with Superintendent of Schools Laura Morana (l.) and Middle School Principal Maria Iozzi (r.) initiated a program to address bullying in the school.last_img read more

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Mbeki slams apartheid lawsuits

first_img16 April 2003President Thabo Mbeki has slammed the lawsuits being brought in the US against companies on behalf of victims of apartheid, warning that judgments handed down in foreign courts will not be honoured in South Africa.Addressing Parliament during a debate on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report, Mbeki said it was “completely unacceptable … that matters that are central to the future of our country should be adjudicated in foreign courts, which bear no responsibility for the well-being of our country and the observance of the perspective contained in our Constitution of the promotion of national reconciliation”.A number of South African-based companies, including mining giants Anglo American and De Beers and petrochemicals firm Sasol, have been named in a reparations claim being brought by controversial US lawyer Ed Fagan.The government had previously said that it neither supported nor opposed such suits. Mbeki’s comments on Tuesday were more forthright, however, with the President assuring Parliament that the government was not and never would be party to this litigation.Senior government ministers echoed Mbeki, with Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin saying that the government was “contemptuous” of the lawsuits, and Justice Minister Penuell Maduna noting that South African issues such as reparation and justice could not be solved through legal action by courts in the United States.Maduna called on people rather to make contributions to the reparation trust fund which the government had established for reparations to apartheid victims, as recommended by the TRC report. “There is a call that has been made, that if you are able to do anything about the plight of the majority out there, do it”, Maduna said.Mbeki also said on Tuesday that the government had rejected the TRC’s recommendation of a once-off “wealth tax” for South African companies found to have benefited from apartheid.However, Mbeki said that business, just like any other sector of the population, had a role to play in reconstructing the country, and should contribute to the reparations fund, that would be managed by government and representatives from business.Mbeki says no to ‘wealth tax’The government will also provide a once-off R30 000 grant to about 20 000 individuals identified by the TRC as deserving reparation for suffering under apartheid.The amount comes to about R660-million, and is in addition to more than R50-million government has already paid out, as an interim measure, to 16 500 of the 18 800 victims identified as needing urgent relief.Grants for apartheid victimsSouthAfrica.info reporterlast_img read more

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Subframe Audio Editing in FCPX

first_imgVideo clips are still relegated to frame by frame movement, but this trick for subframe editing in Final Cut Pro X gives you greater control over your audio edits! Edit your audio in Final Cut Pro X with extreme precision – up to 1/80th of a frame!Want to have more precise control over your audio edits in FCPX?   Nudging an audio clip up or down an FCPX timeline by subframe will move it approximately 1/80 of a frame, allowing you to get meticulous!This type of precision is especially useful if you’re trying to line-up dialogue during ADR or working on short commercial spots (where every second, and half second counts!)Edit Audio by Subframe in Final Cut Pro XFirst, select the audio clip you’d like to move in the timeline.  Then use this shortcut: hold OPTION and tap either the Period or Comma key.The Period (>) key will move the audio clip right in the timeline.The Comma (,) key will move the audio clip left in the timeline.last_img read more

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Gilas Pilipinas, Korea resume bitter basketball rivalry

first_imgUPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games That victory was the first after a series of heartrending defeats in major international events, and it left the packed Mall of Asia Arena crowd shedding tears of joy as the Filipinos entered the title game. They eventually lost to Hamed Haddadi and Iran the following day.But it wasn’t the gold-medal loss that remained in the minds of the Filipino fans.Up until this day, when Jimmy Alapag, the retired former Gilas captain, anchored Team Philippines’ swashbuckling finish with huge triples, the game this country remembers most is the one against Korea.Of that Gilas squad, only Gabe Norwood, Jason Castro and the injured June Mar Fajardo are in Lebanon.Korea also has a new look, with the veteran Oh Se Keun leading this young squad that dealt the Philippines an 83-72 defeat in the Jones Cup in Taipei more than three weeks ago.ADVERTISEMENT Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief MOST READ Water polo team sinks Thailand View comments Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Oh Se Keun helps Korea shoot down Japan and is expected to be a major obstacle to Gilas Pilipinas’ bid to reach the semifinals. —FIBA.COMThe stage is set for another emotional match that could end in either heartbreak or triumph.Gilas Pilipinas battles South Korea again Wednesday and, unlike the last time these two countries met just over three weeks ago, their quarterfinal clash in the Fiba Asia Cup in Lebanon has a lot at stake.ADVERTISEMENT WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding But that loss didn’t hurt, it was actually just a pinch.Knowing the rivalry of these two teams, defeating the resilient Koreans could matter more than the Filipinos’ upset of the Chinese. So much so that the game will be a guaranteed tearjerker.The Koreans sealed their clash with the gung-ho Filipinos after ripping Japan, 81-68, on Monday night. They will be the first of three huge roadblocks Gilas has to hurdle to regain Asian cage supremacy.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutGetting back to the top of Asia in the sport the Philippines treats like religion became an achievable dream a week ago when the Filipinos upset the balance of power in the biennial conclave. Undersized as usual and with less than two weeks practicing together, they brought down defending champion China.The game is set at 11:30 p.m. (Manila time) at Nouhad Nawfal Sports Complex in the Lebanese capital of Beirut and the Filipinos would like nothing less than a repeat of their 2013 triumph in the Final Four of this event in Manila. Read Next Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIESlast_img read more

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Sharapova doesn’t know Tendulkar. But do you know any of these Indian athletes?

first_imgIndignant at Maria Sharapova admitting she didn’t know who Sachin Tendulkar was, some Indian cricket fans ran an online campaign of sorts to belittle the Russian tennis player.While some jokes bordered on funny, most others hit way below the belt. While the tennis player became the butt of jokes yesterday, here’s a harsh truth. We may deify our cricketers but, as a nation, we have scant respect for our athletes. Since people do not care, the government doesn’t bother either. Here are some athletes who live in penury while cricket boards become obscenely fat cats.Sita SahuSita SahuSport: AthleticsNow: Golgappa sellerFrom being a two-time bronze medal winner in the Athens Special Olympics in 2011 to selling gol-gappas and papdi chaats, Sita Sahu’s tale echoes the story of several sportspersons who have faded into oblivion due to poverty.The 15-year old Olympian from the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh has been forced to work at a shop owing to financial troubles. A bronze medal in 200 meter relay race and another in the 1,600 meter race was not enough to aid her family of six. Along with three of her siblings, Sita spends her time at home making the base for the chaats in their one-room house in Dhobia Tanki. In the evening, her brother Dharmendra Sahu carries boxes and utensils on a hand-cart to sell the gol gappas under a street light. The family on an average earns Rs.150-180 a day or even less.”I am unable to recall the last time I offered a glass of milk or fruits to my children,” said Kiran Sahu, the athlete’s mother, “I don’t even remember the last time my family had a complete meal. We have been forced to sell chaats as my husband cannot take on a physicallydemanding job. This is our only source of income and life has been going on like this for the past many years.”advertisementThe state government is yet to offer any support to the family. “Poverty was never a deterrent to my aspirations to earn for my family, though the lack of support or empathy occasionally does demoralise me; even the government has not helped us, ” she added. According to Sita’s coach Sajid Masood, there were announcements of cash prizes for Sita from the state government “but nothing came her way despite several reminders”. Watch video: Asiad medallist forced to work in brick kiln Sita’s brother Dharmendra had even approached Social Justice Minister Gopal Bhargava about the announcement he has made in front of the contingent after Sita was awarded the medals. “The Minister had announced that those winning gold medal will be given `1 lakh cash reward, silver medal winners will get Rs 50,000 and while bronze winners were to get `25,000,” claimed Dharmendra, “the government has failed to fulfill its promise. It will be great, if they could at least give us some space near the lamp post,” he added.By Anup Dutta in Bhopal—-Shanti DeviShanti DeviSport: KabaddiNow: Vegetable sellerShanti Devi, the 40-year-old former player of Bihar kabaddi team is now selling vegetables at the Sonari Aerodrome Market at Jamshedpur to feed her three sons and a daughter.Shanti Devi, who represented Bihar in the 30th, 31st and 32nd National Kabaddi Championship in the 1980s, said, “Our inadequate income has forced us to discontinue school for the children, while two of my sons work”. Stating that she had represented the undivided Bihar team more than 30 times in various championships, Shanti Devi regretted that she was ignored.”But any government could have offered me a job,” Shanti said. She went on to win the 31st and 32nd National Kabaddi Championship in 1982 and 1983 at Jamshedpur and Amravati respectively. She won the silver medal in Guwahati National Kabaddi League and bronze in All India Women National Kabaddi Championship.She also won the Bihar Kabaddi Federation Championship. She said she had kept aside her medals as did not want her children to take up the game. “I have never encouraged them, as I don’t want them to face the same frustration.Nauri MunduNauri MunduSport: HockeyNow: TeacherOwing to financial issues, 33-year-old Nauri Mundu gave up the dream of being a hockey player five years ago. Mundu, who’s from Jharkhand’s Khunti district, has represented the national team 19 times. Today, Mundu teaches in the Mahil School, a private school run by a non-governmental organisation called SINI. Besides teaching, Mundu has also been forced to do farming because the Rs.5,000 she earns from her teaching job is not enough to feed her family of 14.advertisementMundu stated her career in 1995 by winning Nehru Hockey Tournament. In 1995, she was awarded the best hockey player ward by former chief minister of Bihar Lalu Prasad Yadav and in 1996 she won bronze in Nehru Girls Hockey Tournament and National Women’s Games. In 1997 she won silver in the 43rd National Senior Games Championship and 15th Bihar State Hockey Women’s Championship.With many more awards in in between, she also she won the Jharkhand Women’s Hockey Association Award in 2008 “I have put my best foot forward, but I soon realised that without adequate funds I won’t be able to support my family,” she said, “I would have continued if I had been helped by the government, much like it does with cricket players. I moved pillar to post but without any respite.”Nisha Rani DuttNisha Rani DuttSport: ArcheryNow: JoblessThe 21-year-old archer Nisha Rani Dutt from Pathmada village in Jharkhand had to leave the sport two years ago after she realised she had to help out her family. Dutt, who won the best archer’s award in Taiwan, participated in the Asian Grand Prix, won the best player award in Sikkim and bagged another silver at the South Asian Championship held at Jamshedpur in 2008.She participated in the Bangkok Grand Prix in 2008 and won a bronze in the team event, besides coming out with flying colours at a tournament in Taiwan. “It was difficult for me to continue the game and support my poor parents. In 2005, I joined Tata Archery Academy and remained there till 2008. Though I earned a monthly stipend of Rs.500 to 600, it was not sufficient.”When asked about her family, Dutt said “My father, who’s a farmer, sometimes doesn’t even have enough money buy seeds,” she adds, “To meet my family’s needs, I went to Bangalore in 2008 and stayed with Mittal Champions Trust and earned `3,000. But now for the past two years I am in Jharkhand doing nothing.”Dutt remembers how she was forced to sell her priced possession – a set of Korean bow and arrows worth `4 lakh for just Rs.50,000 for the maintenance of their worn-out mud house. Things Dutt, hopes, are about to improve. “I prepared myself to face the banking exams. I passed the interview too and was taken in by PNB with a salary of Rs.11,000.”By Saiful Haque in Ranchi—S. SanthiS.SanthiSport: AthleticsNow: Brick Kiln LabourerEarning laurels for her country has neither given due recognition nor changed life for the better, as S Santhi , the silver medalist at the Doha Asian Games, still struggles to find a foothold. Santhi failed a gender test that followed the women’s 800 mt event.Worse was to follow as she worked in a brick kiln in Tamil Nadu’s Katthakurichi village to support the family of six. The journey from penury to Doha has not taken her anywhere but brought the girl back to be a daily wagelabourer who earns a meager Rs 200 a day. Her persistent efforts might land her in Patiala to get trained as a coach. She is hopeful about getting admission to the Sports Authority of India Institute soon.advertisementDespite the results of the gender test, former chief minister M Karunanidhi had extended a cash award of Rs.15 lakh. With that, the family purchased agricultural land but with rain playing truant, the land lies fallow. Santhi’s plight attracted media attention ahead of the London Olympics and brought some succor with public sector giant GAIL promising Rs1 lakh to meet the immediate expenses. “Only a fellow athlete could understand the trauma of another.Track and field queen, Ashwini Nachappa, who has also acted in movies, spoke to me for over five minutes and asked for my resume. I still believe she is interested in getting me some job,” says Santhi.By M.C. 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