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Weekly unemployment rates increase slightly

first_imgFor the week of August 7, 2010, there were 678 new regular benefit claims for Unemployment Insurance, an increase of 21 from the week before. Altogether 9,175 new and continuing claims were filed, a decrease of 246 from a week ago and 3,629 fewer than a year earlier. The Department also processed 2,840 First Tier claims for benefits under Emergency Unemployment Compensation, 2008 (EUC08), 11 more than a week ago. In addition, there were 1,591 Second Tier claims for benefits processed under the EUC08 program, which is an increase of 178 from the week before. The Unemployment Weekly Report can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/(link is external). Previously released Unemployment Weekly Reports and other UI reports can be found at: http://www.vtlmi.info/lmipub.htm#uc(link is external)last_img read more

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Rent falls put squeeze on London landlords

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Cricket News Cheteshwar Pujara ton, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma 50s keep India on top in Boxing Day Test

first_imgNew Delhi: For the second consecutive day in the Boxing Day Test, Australia spent long hours toiling away on the lifeless Melbourne wicket. Cheteshwar Pujara slammed his 17th ton, Virat Kohli was unlucky to miss one and Rohit Sharma did his Test causes a world of good with a solid fifty. After 1018 balls and three new balls, India finally declared on 443/7 and the Australian openers survived a testing spell from Jasprit Bumrah to ensure India held the advantage at the conclusion of an absorbing day’s play at the G. At the start of the day though, Pujara and Kohli displayed their class and Australia’s bowlers, with the exception of Pat Cummins, felt the heat.On day 1, Pujara had focused primarily on stonewalling the Australian pacers and he ensured India did not suffer any jolts on a wicket that was good for batting. On the second day, the Saurashtra right-hander continued to play straight and took minimal risks. He played Nathan Lyon, his chief-tormentor, well by using his feet and getting to the pitch of the ball with ease. He continued to be at ease against the short ball, employing the cut shot well against Josh Hazlewood and Cummins. At the other end, Cummins bowled with tremendous skill and was unlucky to have not gotten Kohli’s outside edge as the Indian captain hung on. Kohli played some loose shots outside off stump but the Australian fielders could not capitalise.Read More | India vs Australia, highlights, day 2: Kohli’s side on topPujara notched up the landmark in grand style as he danced down the track to Lyon and thumped him to the long-off fence to bring up the landmark. Pujara’s joyous celebrations summed up the mood as to how desperately he wanted to hit a century in Melbourne. The right-hander’s second century in the series, following his match-winning ton in Adelaide, was the fourth instance when Pujara has scored two centuries in a series. Australia ended the session without taking a single wicket and it seemed a total in excess of 500 was on the cards.Read More | Virat Kohli misses out on century, India skipper troubled by back painAustralia fightIn the second session, India looked to up the ante but Australia was given a stroke of good luck. On 74, Kohli pulled a short ball from Mitchell Starc to the deep square leg fence. However, he went after the shot so hard that he jarred his back and was in considerable discomfort. Physio Patrick Farhart attended to him and gave him some pain killers but the pain had not eased. Kohli hit a boundary off Starc to move into the 80s but with his back giving him trouble, the batsman upper-cut the next short ball to third man but Aaron Finch settled under the catch near the boundary to end the skipper’s superb effort. However, Kohli still had a record to his name as he went past VVS Laxman’s tally of most runs against Australia in Tests Down Under.Read More | Pujara slams 17th century, delivers Australia the knock-out blowPujara was cleaned up by a leg-cutter from Cummins which stayed low and he fell for 106. However, Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma strung a solid stand with both players helping India near 400. Lyon, who had gone wicketless for 40 overs, came back and trapped Rahane (34) LBW with an offbreak that kept low. It was the ninth time that Lyon accounted for Rahane, the most he has dismissed any player in his career.Read More | Rahane becomes Nathan Lyon’s bunny in Boxing Day Test in MelbourneRohit smoothly moved to his 10th fifty and Rishabh Pant struck some aggressive boundaries but the asking rate never went over three runs. When Pant and Ravindra Jadeja fell in quick succession, Kohli signaled his intent for a win by declaring. With a tricky 25-minute period for Australia to survive, Marcus Harris and Finch had a tough task. Jasprit Bumrah hit Harris on the helmet and both batsmen survived some the spell to end the day unscathed.However, the efforts of Pujara and the Indian middle order on a pitch that is starting to show variable bounce has gone a long way in ensuring India’s grip on the Boxing Day Test is firm. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Syracuse football opponent preview: What to know about Virginia Tech

first_imgSyracuse (2-4, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) plays No. 17 Virginia Tech (4-1, 2-0) at 3:45 p.m. on Saturday in the Carrier Dome. SU is coming off a disappointing 28-9 loss at Wake Forest, while VT is coming off a 34-3 beat down over then-No. 17 North Carolina. Both games were played through wind and rain brought on by Hurricane Matthew.Here’s what you need to know about the matchup.All-Time Series: Syracuse leads, 9-8Last time they played: The last time these two teams met was in 2003 in Blacksburg, Virginia. The Hokies crushed the Orange, 51-7. DeAngelo Hall scored three touchdowns for VT, including two on punt returns, and SU was down 21-0 within the first 10 minutes of the game.The Virginia Tech report: The Hokies’ big weapon in their hot start has been the defense. On a per-game basis, the unit ranks third in the country in total yards allowed (237.6), second in passing yards allowed (132.2) and 10th in points allowed (15.6). In addition, VT is also the best team in the country in first downs allowed, letting opponents get just 57 first downs over the course of the season. The unit also ranks 10th in tackles for loss per game with 8.6.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn offense, Virginia Tech is led by dual-threat quarterback Jerod Evans, who’s thrown for 1,039 yards and 15 touchdowns and has run for 258 more with two more touchdowns on the ground. The Hokies are just 69th in yards per game (412), but they capitalize on those chances by averaging 39.4 points, good for 25th best. They also rank 14th in time of possession (34:08).How Syracuse beats VT: Offensive consistency. SU’s big problem has been its lack of scoring ability after the early part of the game. In its past four games, the Orange has just 23 points of offense in the second half. As it is, it’s going to be hard for SU to win this game. The only way that’ll happen is if the SU attack can get going — far from a sure thing against this vaunted pass defense — and stay going.Stat to Know:131 — VT held North Carolina’s offense to 131 yards of total offense last week. The Tar Heels average 425.3 yards a game.Player to Watch: Andrew Motuapuaka, linebacker, No. 54The redshirt junior ranks 19th in the country and second in the ACC with 9.8 tackles per game. Wake Forest found success last week sending their linebackers blitzing. Motuapuaka could be used in a similar role. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 13, 2016 at 10:18 pm Contact Tomer: [email protected] | @tomer_langerlast_img read more

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