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  1. Being a referee is one of the most strenuous and important jobs at the FIFA World Cup. In a tournament known for high octane drama and fiery emotions, and with every nations' pride at stake, a single wrong decision can have a lasting impact on the history of the game. That is why, despite England having won the 1966 World Cup, we still talk about England's controversial third goal 52 years after it happened; or Maradona's 'Hand of God' 30 years after the incident took place. Referees At The 2018 FIFA World Cup © Reuters A total of 35 referees and 63 assistant referees have been chosen to officiate at the World Cup in Russia. The 2018 World Cup is going to be the first World Cup to use the Video Assistant Referee technology. 13 VARs have been selected for the tourney. Training © Reuters FIFA's Chairman of the Referees Committee, Pierluigi Collina, famous as the referee of the FIFA World Cup 2002 finals, conducted the training session for all the referees. The training was to ensure that the referees are both technically and mentally prepared to handle the pressure while officiating at the world's biggest stage. Achieving uniform decision making was the underlying objective of the training sessions. The training included components like grueling physical fitness tests, theory modules, use cases of the Video Assistant Referee technology, and practical training with local teams. Preparing for the FIFA World Cup involves a rigorous regime, and these referees have been undergoing the same for two years. While it may be every referee's dream to get a World Cup game, there is always a chance that a wrong decision can turn it into a nightmare! Interesting Statistics © Reuters Referees cover an average of 12.5 kilometers per game, which is split as follows – ⺠5 kms – Jogging at speeds between 7-14 km/hr ⺠2.5 kms – Walking at speeds between 0-7 km/hr ⺠2.5 kms – Running at speeds between 15-20 km/hr ⺠1.5 km – Sprinting at speeds over 19 km/hr Pay © Reuters While FIFA hasn't announced official figures as of yet, credible sources have said that referees will earn a fixed fee of $70,000 plus an additional match fee of up to $3,000 per game. The assistant referees will get around $25,000 for the tournament, plus $2,000 for the game. VAR Technology © Reuters This is the first World Cup where the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Technology will be employed. For every game, 1 VAR, and 3 Assistant VARs have been appointed. They will look after the following aspects – ⺠Red Card Decisions ⺠Spot Kicks ⺠Mistaken Identity ⺠Off the ball Incidents Referees can announce a decision of an incident that has taken place earlier in the match at any point of time during the course of the game. Racism © Reuters In order to tackle and prevent instances of racism from hampering the beautiful game, the referees will be taking stricter action against racist chanters. In case any racist chants are heard, the referees can pause the match and request an announcement to be made. In case the chants still don't stop, the referees have the power to abandon, or even suspend a game. Referee Breakdown by Confederation © Reuters Referees have been chosen from across 6 Confederations that fall under the purview of FIFA. Here's a list – No English Referees © Reuters World Cup 2018 is conspicuous by the absence of English referees. It is the first time in 80 years that a World Cup is taking place without English referees. Ongoing diplomatic tensions between England and Russia led FIFA to make this decision. In fact, members of the Royal family and British bureaucrats have sworn against attending the tournament. List of Referees by Country
  2. US President Donald Trump's top economic advisor Lawrence "Larry" Kudlow, then an economic analyst, appears on CNBC at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, US, March 7, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files WASHINGTON: US President...
  3. If there was no Arnold, bodybuilding or even fitness in general, wouldn't have been what it is today. If it were not for him pushing around weights, most of us fit dudes would be fat. There's a reason why Arnold Schwarzenegger is the greatest of all time. The man's grit towards the sport is undying. Bodybuilding is embedded just as much in his personality as success is etched in his temperament. If you didn't know, Arnold underwent a very sensitive open heart surgery just a few weeks ago. Wishes from around the world poured in for the King and just as wished for, 70 years old Conan fared well. The surgery was aimed at removing an aging pulmonic valve which usually has a life expectancy of about 12-15 years. Suffering from a congenital heart defect, Arnold got his first replacement of the valve in 1997. What makes his recovery even more enticing is the fact that he's back in the gym yet again. And not just once a day but TWICE! The King posted this on the 31st of May assuring his fans that he's recovering just fine. Of course, you have got to CUUUURRLL! The comeback continues. Training every day, doing my reps, reps, reps. Your support has really pumped me up, so I remain grateful to each and every one of you. A post shared by Arnold Schwarzenegger (@schwarzenegger) on May 30, 2018 at 1:14pm PDT Posted on 2nd June, Arnold can be seen doing some crunches like nothing ever happened to him. Second workout of the day! The surgery comeback is all about reps, reps, reps. A post shared by Arnold Schwarzenegger (@schwarzenegger) on Jun 1, 2018 at 1:42pm PDT In both the videos you can see Arnie saying there's no magic pill, and he's actually walking his talk. If this doesn't inspire you, it's hard to say what will.
  4. According to researchers, the compound found in green tea breaks up and dissolves potentially dangerous protein plaques found in blood vessels. Photo: File Green tea could hold the key to preventing thousands of deaths each year caused by strokes...
  5. While the link between smoking and a range of cancers is well known, the World Health Organization warned Thursday there was too little awareness of tobacco´s impact on the human heart. Photo: fileGENEVA: While the link between smoking and a range...
  6. The Champions League final in Kiev is not a game the Liverpool fans are likely to forget in a long time. More than Real Madrid, Liverpool had itself to blame for league division type mistakes on the field and the scoreline truly justified the 3-1 result. © Reuters This, however, doesn't mean that the entire Liverpool squad is no good. Jurgen Klopp's team can be proud of itself for making it to the finals of the Champions League and retaining the top four spot in the EPL. Klopp has been instrumental in cultivating an aggressive mindset at Liverpool, which can be ostentatiously seen in his 'Jurgen press' plays. The Liverpool manager, therefore, has a mad fan following at the club and more so now that the team has started to deliver on its promises. Klopp is generally seen as a fan favourite and rightly so, because he respects and tries to keep in touch with the fan base. After losing to Real Madrid in Kiev, Klopp came out and celebrated their incredible journey this year with the fans, singing his heart out till the wee hours and thanking them for their support. Here's the video of Klopp with Liverpool fans: Jurgen Klopp at 6am this morning. What a man. ð´ pic.twitter.com/lrm22OVzRr — Oliver Bond (@Oliver__Bond) May 27, 2018 With such incredible fans and a super manager at the helm, Liverpool is sure to achieve great things next season and it's one team you definitely need to keep an eye on next summer.
  7. In the scientific advisory, the authors note that eating at least two weekly servings of fish - especially those with lots of omega-3 fatty acids - can help lower the risk of various diseases.-ReutersPeople who eat at least two servings a week of...
  8. His body was transferred to Accidents and Emergency ward of KMC Teaching Hospital in Khairpur. Photo: Geo News KHAIRPUR: A foreigner imprisoned in Khairpur central jail reportedly passed away Thursday night after suffering a heart attack, Geo News...
  9. Urooj Butt

    Heart, we will forget him,

    Heart, we will forget him, You and I, tonight! You must forget the warmth he gave, I will forget the light. When you have done pray tell me, Then I, my thoughts, will dim. Haste! 'lest while you're lagging I may remember him! ---- Emily Dickinson