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The cargoes were carried onboard the Zhenhua 11.Dhamra Port is a joint venture of Tata Steel and Larson & Toubro and according to the Indian media, the port’s first phase will be operational by mid 2010.The new port will handle containers, bulk and breakbulk cargo for regional power, steel and mining sectors in which there is significant local investment. The port’s website says that the new port will have 13 berths, an 18 m draft, and the capacity to handle 83 million tonnes of cargo per annum, including dry and liquid bulk, project, breakbulk and containers.
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR and Brentford…Speculation continues over the future of Charlie Austin, with Everton the latest club to be linked with the QPR striker.Rangers want £15m for Austin, who has also been linked with the likes of Newcastle, Tottenham and West Ham. So far only Leicester have made an approach.AdChoices广告The Sunday People claim QPR are now prepared to lower their asking price to £13m following an approach from Newcastle, who apparently still see that as too much, potentially leaving the door open for Tottenham to sign him.Newcastle are still yet to make an approach for Austin, 26, while Spurs have shown no interest.Austin featured in QPR’s opening-day defeat at CharltonThere is again speculation that clubs are cautious about Austin because of his previous injuries, this time by the Daily Star Sunday, who believe QPR may need to accept £10m.Related West London Sport story: The Austin situation as it stands Meanwhile, French media reports say Brentford want to sign striker Sébastien Haller but have been unable to agree a fee.The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Dutch club FC Utrecht from Auxerre. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A local clothing store is holding a food drive until the end of November for the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society, with donors getting a chance at winning a big prize.Scoop Clothing Manager Haley Born said that the store has ditched the mannequins from its front window, and will be filling the space with all of the donations that get dropped off this month. Born said that the store hosts the fundraiser every year, and is especially looking for donations of non-perishable food items like baking goods and food for kids’ lunches.Born said that anyone that drops off a non-perishable food item or adds $5 to a purchase at Scoop will be entered into a draw for a $1,000 shopping spree at the store.- Advertisement –
1 Riyad Mahrez is keen to leave Leicester this summer Riyad Mahrez has promised to do his best for Leicester despite admitting he is still keen to discuss a potential move to Serie A side Roma.The 26-year-old winger, who won the Premier League with the Foxes in 2015-16, first expressed a desire to leave in May and boss Craig Shakespeare has said a July bid from Roma was rejected.Algeria international Mahrez – the PFA players’ player of the year in 2016 – is eager to speak to “great club” Roma, but until he is given permission to do so he will continue to fight for the Leicester cause.“I know Roma came in, but nothing was accepted so there is little I can do,” he told Sky Sports News HQ.“They are a great club who I would like to talk to but I can’t until Leicester accept a deal.“Leicester know my thoughts, but I will continue to give my best for the club as I always have.“Clearly it is flattering whenever you get linked with any big clubs but, as it stands, I have not talked to anyone as nobody has had a bid accepted but we nearly have a month left of the transfer window so we will see what happens.”France-born Mahrez scored 17 league goals as Leicester stole an unlikely march to the title 15 months ago but his levels dipped as the Foxes slipped to 12th in the table last season.