The planes between Poland and Croatia will continue to fly, without changes

first_imgFrom the latest provision of the Polish Government on the ban on flights – Croatia has been deleted, said Agnieszka Puszczewicz, director of the CNTB office in Poland. Read more about the official decision HERE Although it was announced that Poland will ban flights from 02 countries, as well as from Croatia, from September 46, the planes between Poland and Croatia will continue to fly, without changes.last_img

Ennis heads into NBA Draft with fluctuating stock after 1 college season

first_imgTyler Ennis declaring for the NBA Draft had become all but a formality by the time he did so on March 27. His ascension from an unproven freshman to college star had taken just a matter of months. A 1-for-9 shooting performance against Minnesota on Nov. 25 was followed by a career-high 28 points against California the next night. He took over at home against Pittsburgh on Jan. 14, singlehandedly turning a one-point deficit into a three-point lead with five seconds remaining. Then, on Feb. 12, a 35-foot, buzzer-beating 3-point shot to beat the Panthers on the road. “Teams know what I can do on the court in games,” Ennis said. “We just have to wait and see what actually happens in the draft. I think there’ll be a lot of surprises.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNow, with the draft on Thursday night at Barclays Center, Ennis’ stock isn’t as sure as his road to having one. He sees himself getting drafted anywhere between No. 7 or No. 20, but he was once almost exclusively projected as a lottery pick. But the topic of conversation has shifted from his unprecedented poise to questions about his outside shooting and man-to-man defensive abilities. “I think his stock is kind of all over the place right now,” said Jonathon Givony of “It’s hard to get an accurate read on exactly where he stands.”Givony has Ennis going at No. 19, but said that he’s concerned about the consistency of his 3-point shot, noting that he didn’t take many at Syracuse. He also called his man-to-man defense a “big question mark” because SU plays a 2-3 zone. In the past few weeks, Ennis has worked nearly every day with Jay Hernandez in Long Island to develop those skills. Hernandez has him taking NBA 3s coming off of pick and rolls, working on his conditioning and defending other NBA draft hopefuls.“The one thing that you expect from lottery picks,” Hernandez said, “is that they can control the environment, they control the game with their style of play.“(Ennis) is a guy that really controls his team and imparts his will on the game.”In the weeks leading up to the draft, Ennis has worked out for the Raptors, Lakers, Kings and Magic. He’ll showcase his skills then typically have dinner with team officials so they can get to know him better. On his trip to Los Angeles, he was able to catch up with Steve Nash, who he met when Ennis played in the FIBA Under-19 World Championships. In many ways Ennis is trying to be the player Nash has spent the past 18 years solidifying himself as — a pass-first point guard that can also threaten with his shooting ability. But he has a long way to go. “He’s showing them what he can do, and that’s really all you can do,” said his father Tony McIntyre.Even though Ennis has seen his stock dip, McIntyre insists it’s not a concern. Whichever team that drafts him, he said, will want him. And that’s all that matters. Hernandez — who has trained six NBA lottery picks in the past two seasons — echoed that sentiment, still believing that Ennis is a lottery pick despite what experts may say. More importantly, so does Ennis himself. “I don’t think my stock has dropped,” Ennis said. “… A lot of things can happen draft night.” Asst. sports editor Phil D’Abbraccio contributed reporting to this story Comments Published on June 26, 2014 at 11:56 am Contact Sam: | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Alia, Katrina and Malaika prove red is the hottest colour this season

first_imgThe award-function season is at its peak, and celebrities are leaving no stone unturned to steal the show with their stylish outfits.Recently held Hello Hall Of Fame Awards, Golden Petal Awards and the very recent, GR8 Women Awards have given us a variety of red-carpet looks, and guess what–they’re all red!Red has risen to the position of being the hottest colour, again.Kat looked like an empress in the Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla gown at the Hello Hall Of Fame Awards, and we haven’t seen her look hotter than that, ever, hands down. The silhouette accentuated her body beautifully, and the peplum added some quirk to the look.The lovely gown showed just the right amount of cleavage, making Katrina look smoking hot!Picture courtesy: Yogen Shah Also Read: Alia Bhatt is flaunting her bra straps with a classy dress, and we couldn’t be prouderMalaika Arora Khan attended the Golden Petal Awards sizzling in a maroon gown by Erol Albayrak.Malaika was mesmerising in the glimmering sweetheart-off shoulder gown, and we fell short on words for how amazing she looked.Picture coutesy: Yogen Shah Alia graced the GR8 Women Awards in a red Christian Dior gown, and we don’t remember anyone looking so ethereal.Alia had a high-bun hairdo and absolutely no accessories complementing her enticing outfit. Pictures courtesy: Instagram/aliabhatt Also Read: What Parineeti Chopra wore is not something we’d want in our closets, everWith these tinsel-town beauties sporting red, the colour has regained its lost fandom on the red carpet.advertisementlast_img read more

Justice Hill One of Four Big 12 RBs Over 100 Yards Per Game

first_imgAll five of Justice Hill’s freshman record 100-yard rushing performances have come against Big 12 teams. He broke Thurman Thomas’ true freshman yardage record last weekend and will take aim at the all-time record of 961 yards held by Mike Hamilton in Bedlam and the bowl game. He’s already at 943 yards so getting there (and beyond to 1,000) should not be an issue.It goes deeper than that, though. Not only is Justice re-writing the Oklahoma State books, but he has also been one of the three or four best RBs in the entire conference with just one Big 12 game left to go. Here’s a look at the top rushers in yards per game in conference games only.screen-shot-2016-11-21-at-8-54-52-amWhoo boy. Foreman, Mixon and Hill are your top three Big 12 RBs so far. Now, I’ll listen to arguments for Justin Crawford of West Virginia because he’s averaging nearly nine yards a pop, but get back to me when he hits the 100 or 120-carry mark. Part of being a great RB is shouldering a heavy load.“I’m very proud of our running backs, the way they’re running,” said Mike Gundy on Saturday. “Thankfully we have evolved, and we can run the ball pretty well now.”“Pretty well” is an understatement.The Chris Carson-Justice Hill combo is averaging nearly 180 yards per game in Big 12 games (note that Carson did not play all eight Big 12 games). Compare that to last year when the entire team averaged 127 yards on the ground, and you can see why everyone is so bullish on another Bedlam win.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more