School District 60 sending students home early

first_imgSchool District 60 will be sending all students home at 1:00 p.m. on Friday.With the weather getting worse, school officials have arranged for busses to bring students home.Superintendant of School District 60, Larry Espe, says all schools in the district will remain open until the end of the normal day, for those students who want or need to stay.- Advertisement -Some teachers, who live further from the city, will also be allowed to leave.For current weather conditions, click here.last_img

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PRAMERICA UNVEILS NEW BOSS CAROLINE

first_imgONE of Donegal’s biggest employers has unveiled its new boss.Caroline Faulkner has been named senior managing director and head of Letterkenny’s Pramerica Systems Ireland Limited.She replaces Henry McGarvey who stepped down earlier this year to pursue other business interests. “We are delighted to promote Caroline to this position. Her proven skills and ability, depth of knowledge, dedication to quality service and commitment to community service make her the perfect choice to lead Pramerica into its future,” said John Fox, vice president, Global Business & Technology Solutions at PFI.“As one of our original seven employees, Caroline played a key role in Pramerica’s success. Since then, I have been continually impressed with her ability to lead business projects that are critical to the success of our PFI business partners.”Ms. Faulkner, who is also senior vice president and chief information officer at Pramerica, collaborates with PFI senior executives to help ensure continuous business improvement through cost reduction, quality improvements, innovation and risk mitigation, said the company.Ms. Faulkner joined Pramerica as senior programme manager when the company was established in 2000. In 2002, she was promoted to director of information systems and became chief information officer in 2010. In 2006, Ms. Faulkner was awarded PFI’s “Rock Solid Leadership” award for her strong people management and collaboration skills.Over the years, she has forged close working relationships between Pramerica, FAS Ireland and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) to develop educational programmes that have created a pipeline of talented and prepared information technology professionals.Prior to joining Pramerica, Ms. Faulkner was an information technology manager for Abbott Laboratories, a U.S. pharmaceutical company with five facilities in Ireland.Ms. Faulkner has a bachelor’s degree in computing science from the University of Ulster; a master’s degree in Leadership and Innovation from LYIT; and a diploma in accounting and finance from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.She is a member of the CIO Executive Council and the CIO European Research Board. She served on the LYIT Board of Governance for several years and was chair of its Audit Committee. Pramerica Systems Ireland provides essential computer-technology and client-contact services to PFI businesses around the world.Its Information Technology Group develops software and other systems solutions for PFI business groups and its Operations Group functions as a back-office contact centre for PFI business group.PRAMERICA UNVEILS NEW BOSS CAROLINE was last modified: April 30th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalletterkennypramericaPRAMERICA UNVEILS NEW BOSS CAROLINElast_img read more

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Is Darwinism Collapsing? Fitness Is Unmeasurable

first_img(Visited 734 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Key concepts like fitness and survival of the fittest are coming under attack, say evolutionists who suggest the theory needs “critical improvements.”Will Brown bring Darwin’s Down House down? Look at the title of a paper in the Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics by Christopher J. Graves and Daniel M. Weinreich of Brown University: “Variability in Fitness Effects Can Preclude Selection of the Fittest.” The very title suggests that core concepts underlying neo-Darwinism (fitness and selection) are in trouble. Although the paper is behind a paywall, we get an idea of the trouble from the Abstract:Evolutionary biologists often predict the outcome of natural selection on an allele by measuring its effects on lifetime survival and reproduction of individual carriers. However, alleles affecting traits like sex, evolvability, and cooperation can cause fitness effects that depend heavily on differences in the environmental, social, and genetic context of individuals carrying the allele. This variability makes it difficult to summarize the evolutionary fate of an allele solely on the basis of its effects on any one individual. Attempts to average over this variability can sometimes salvage the concept of fitness. In other cases, evolutionary outcomes can be predicted only by considering the entire genealogy of an allele, thus limiting the utility of individual fitness altogether.What? Can “salvage the concept of fitness”? Sounds like that key word in Darwinian theory is in need of rescue.CEH has often claimed that natural selection is indistinguishable from the Stuff Happens Law: i.e., it relies so heavily on chance (both mutation and selection) that it cannot make predictions, and therefore fails as a scientific explanation. The Abstract supports this contention by saying that “Evolutionary biologists often” predict outcomes on the basis of “fitness effects” that vary so much due to multiple factors (“the environmental, social, and genetic context of individuals”) that they can “preclude selection of the fittest” completely. Fitness becomes swamped in unpredictable variability and non-fitness-related effects, until there’s nothing left to select. Stuff happens!It’s worse than that. Look at this diagram about the paper posted on Phys.org:The fitness of a genetic trait (an allele) may vary over time, rather than remain constant. In this simple model, populations with two different alleles (black or yellow) see-saw between advantage and disadvantage as their relative fitness changes over time (blue line below). Credit: Weinreich et. al.Do you see a pattern there? No; you see a “see-saw between advantage and disadvantage” as individuals (vertical axis) vary over time (horizontal axis). Look at the blue line labeled “mean fitness”. The average fitness of the population goes up, down, up, down. The orange line “Fitness variance” is a constant: i.e., there is no net fitness gain. Darwin would have a fit over “fitness” that goes nowhere!Here are some quotes from the David Orenstein’s summary of Graves and Weinreich’s study on Phys.org. The authors clearly want to cling to some form of Darwinism, and they believe fitness might work in some cases, but it’s hard to feel enthusiastic about rescuing a theory with this many problems:For more problems with Darwinian theory, read this book.Why it’s difficult to predict evolutionary fate of a new trait. The phrase “survival of the fittest” makes the principle of evolution by natural selection easy to understand—individuals with a trait that adapts them well to their circumstances are more likely to pass that trait along. But as a new study explains, multiple factors make predicting the fate of a trait fiendishly difficult….Fundamentally, the problem is that a trait conveyed by a gene variant, or allele, may be advantageous for one or a few generations, but provide no advantage or become a liability when circumstances change, said senior author Daniel Weinreich, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Brown University. But most theoretical models of population genetics assume that fitness remains constant….Perhaps the most obvious way that the fitness of a trait can vary is that the environment can change, not only over time but also over space….Another dimension that can vary is the “social” life of alleles. Alleles that result in “cheating” are abundant in nature, but they are most effective when they are rare. Once everyone is cheating, it might no longer be an advantage, so the trait over time can become a victim of its own success….Even more complications. That any of these circumstances can change over time adds yet another layer of complexity, Weinreich said, because the rate at which circumstances change matters….Indeed, Weinreich said, many models for predicting the fate of alleles have overlooked the possibility that traits can go completely extinct.Meanwhile, the rate of environmental change is very similar to the rate at which natural selection acts, the math becomes especially tricky.These problems recall Jason B. Wolf’s revelation about “slippage on the treadmill” in neo-Darwinian theory (see 3/17/03). Wolf said that “indirect genetic effects” lead to push-backs on fitness. Gaining a new trait that provides some advantage, for instance, puts an individual in a competitive environment where the trait has less value. It would be like walking forward on a treadmill only to slip backward to where you were before. He thought that indirect genetic effects are “considerable” in real world environments. As a result, fitness would come to a standstill, and there would be no net evolutionary progress in fitness. “[T]he traditional paradigm, focused exclusively on direct effects of genes, is inadequate,” he concluded in 2003.Graves and Weinreich seem to be resurrecting that ghost that haunts the legitimacy of Darwinian theory. Do they have an answer to it? Yes: it’s out there in futureware land —Graphic for CEH by J. Beverly Greene. All rights reserved.Weinreich said he plans to delve deeper into the complexities of changes in fitness deriving from varying rates of change in social (e.g. cheaters), genetic (e.g. competing alleles) or environmental (e.g., weather) parameters.“The overlap between ecological and evolutionary processes—that those two things speak to each other very intimately in a way that’s been overlooked in many models—is the way forward,” Weinreich said. “That’s what’s needed to make critical improvements to models.“After 158 years since the Origin, who’s willing to wait to see if Darwin got something right? Maybe his theory took over the world because “the phrase ‘survival of the fittest’ makes the principle of evolution by natural selection easy to understand“, not because it actually functions as a scientific theory. After all, “Stuff Happens” is easy to understand, and it works, too. It explains everything!They talked about cheaters. Now we know who they are: the Darwinists.You should feel cheated. You ordered an app and only got a picture of one that is under development. Oh, it was a pretty picture. It was easy to understand as a concept. But if you had expected a functioning scientific theory, the marketing department (the Four Musketeers, 1/06/04) failed to reveal all the problems the developers were having in the back room. How long are you willing to wait for the futureware to be delivered? How long before you sue for false advertising? We want our money back: compensation for 168 million lives lost because of Darwin’s dangerous idea: “Stuff Happens.”last_img read more

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Hop on, hop off – and experience Jozi

first_imgThe unmissable red buses are a great new way of seeing the sights and sounds of Johannesburg. The tour also passes by interesting sites such as the Central Methodist Church, long known as a refuge for homeless people, migrants and refugees. The CEOs of the local and worldwide City Sightseeing operations, Claus Tworeck and Enrique Ybarra, with members of the Johannesburg team.(Images: Janine Erasmus) MEDIA CONTACTS • Carmen Lerm  City Sightseeing media enquiries  +27 82 825 5715 • Laura Vercueil  Johannesburg Tourism media enquiries  +27 82 920 2574 RELATED ARTICLES • Touring Joburg like never before • CT’s transport system lauded • Rea Vaya handed over to taxi industry • New lease on life for Joburg buildingsJanine ErasmusThe red buses have arrived – Johannesburg’s open-top city sightseeing service has officially launched and is expected to boost tourism in the vibrant multi-cultural city, especially in its southern suburbs.The event took place at Gold Reef City, the popular casino and theme park located to the south of Johannesburg’s CBD. Dignitaries present included Rob Collins, the chief marketing officer of hotel group Tsogo Sun; acting CEO of Johannesburg Tourism Phelisa Mangcu; Dawn Robertson, CEO of Gauteng Tourism; various officials from the provincial government and city management; and Spain’s Enrique Ybarra, CEO of City Sightseeing Worldwide, who brought his family along for the fun.City Sightseeing Joburg is operated by a local team headed by bus enthusiast and expert Claus Tworeck. The instantly recognisable global brand has been in Cape Town since 2004 and was introduced to Johannesburg in mid-2012. Since then it’s been a matter of working out the glitches and fine-tuning the logistics, and the service is now ready to roll in the only country in Africa to host City Sightseeing.The initiative has been helped along by the Gauteng provincial government, the City of Johannesburg, City Sightseeing and Tsogo Sun, the Johannesburg Development Agency, the Johannesburg Roads Agency and others. All have played a role in bringing the red buses to Johannesburg’s streets.“South Africa is not just about Cape Town or safari lodges,” said Collins. “Johannesburg is also a great destination. We at the Tsogo Sun love tourism and we want to help show that there are many places still to be appreciated by Jozi residents, never mind South Africans and international visitors.”These places will flourish, he said, with the help of services such as City Sightseeing. The inner city has been undergoing a revival for some years now, but there is also much interesting heritage to be found in the south.“Tourism is important to boost small and medium enterprises,” said Ruby Mathang, member of the mayoral committee for economic development. “The red buses will give access to many of these SMMEs.”“Having Johannesburg in our group means that it will be part of our global marketing programme,” said Ybarra. “This includes tourism trade shows around the world. We will carry the city of Johannesburg with us everywhere.”Ybarra commended the local team for its professionalism.“We want to get as many locals and visitors as possible not only on to the bus,” said Tworeck, “but off it, so that they can meet the wonderful people of Johannesburg. I want them to fall in love with this city and then go back home and spread the word.”At the moment the buses run only in Johannesburg, but there are plans to take them to Sandton and Tshwane, and Soweto was also mentioned.A different way to explore the cityThe service runs every day between 09h00 and 17h00, with a break on Christmas Day. The last bus to do a complete circuit leaves at 16h30.Tickets for adults cost R150 (US$17) and are available from the City Sightseeing office at Gold Reef City as well as on the buses and online, discounted to R120 ($13) for the latter option. If buying a ticket on the bus, the only payment option is a credit card. Kids between five and 15 pay R70 ($8) while toddlers under five travel free.The ticket is valid for the day of purchase only, but it serves a further purpose and that is to provide the bearer with a 10% discount for a City Sightseeing tour anywhere in the world.The route starts and ends at Park Station in town, but passengers may hop off at any stop along the way, explore the attractions in that part of town, and hop on to the next bus when it comes along. Secure parking is available at stops one and six, Park Station and Gold Reef City.Buses leave every 40 minutes, and there are 12 stops. After Park Station the bus stops at transport hub Gandhi Square, then the Carlton Centre – still the tallest building in Africa – then Santarama Miniland, the James Hall Transport Museum and Gold Reef City.From there it’s just a quick drive across the road to the Apartheid Museum, then on to the mining district in the CBD, the arty Newtown precinct, over the Nelson Mandela Bridge to the Origins Centre at Wits University, The Grove in Braamfontein and Constitution Hill before heading back to Park Station.Passengers can listen to commentary in numerous languages, including Portuguese, English, Zulu, German and Dutch, and there’s a special kids’ channel as well.last_img read more

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South Africa must honour heroes: Zuma

first_img11 April 2013 South Africa needs to honour the men and women who helped the country attain freedom and democracy, says President Jacob Zuma. Zuma was speaking in Pretoria on Wednesday at the official renaming ceremony of the Department of Correctional Services’ Pretoria Management Area to Kgosi Mampuru II Management Area. “As South Africans from all walks of life, regardless of the role we played in history or what we believed in then, we have a responsibility to respect and acknowledge the past, celebrate the present and build the future together,” Zuma said. The event also served as the official launch of Freedom Month. South Africa attained its democracy in April 1994 when South Africans of all races voted for their government for the first time. Kgosi Mampuru, a traditional leader who resisted colonial rule, was hanged in Pretoria prison on 22 November 1883, something Zuma said made it fitting to name the management area after him. “The new name should create a general feeling of belonging, because it captures our history and creates a context of relevance. We are pleased therefore, to launch Freedom Month with such a historic event. “This renaming today also marks a historical milestone in our correctional heritage. To be effective, and relevant, the field of corrections, as well as its facilities, must talk to the history that has gone before it, shaping it and drawing inspirations from it.” Zuma added that the government had an extensive ongoing heritage programme that included the upgrading and declaration of historic sites to ensure a more representative and inclusive South African history and heritage. He said the building and maintenance of new monuments and historic sites had great potential to stimulate economic activity and create jobs in communities where these sites were located. These sites would also contribute towards cultural tourism both domestically and internationally. “We will work together with the people of South Africa and the world to ensure that we preserve and promote our rich cultural heritage,” Zuma said. “We regard this work as central towards transformation, nation building, national identity and building a socially cohesive South African society that is non-racial, non-sexist, democratic, united and prosperous.” Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

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Transport Month celebrates the ‘heartbeat’ of South Africa’s economy

first_img“A resilient and fast-growing economy is at the heart of our radical economic transformation agenda and our National Development Plan,” Transport Minister Dipuo Peters at the launch of Transport Month at Mmorogong village in North West on Saturday.Transport is the heart of the country’s development, the heartbeat of the economy, she said.The theme of the month-long campaign is “Together we move South Africa forward”.“Our programme this year will showcase transport infrastructure projects, promote the use of public transport and advance the country’s road safety initiatives,” Peters said.The minister praised the transport industry’s accomplishments and explained its ongoing works.October is recognised as Transport Month on the official government calendar, and this year’s launch was been spectacular #OTM2016 pic.twitter.com/HCehbhqPdB— Dipuo Peters (@DipuoPeters) October 3, 2016Roads and airportsPeters commended the work of the Road Accident Fund, describing it as “the country’s social security safety net that covers and consoles those tragically maimed on South African roads”.Peters said the fund continues to deliver services despite a tough economic climate.She applauded work done by the Airports Company South Africa, saying airports across the country are becoming important catalysts for economic growth.“They are being transformed into multi-faceted, world-class, global gateways for travel, trade and commerce. As a result, business opportunities abound, particularly in property, retail and advertising.”Turning to maritime transport, Peters said under Operation Phakisa there were already a group of local and international investors collaborating to operate South Africa-flagged ships.Ongoing projectsThe Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa will be acquiring new stock over the next decade because the current rolling stock was over 50 years old, Peters said. “The acquisition of the new rolling stock will also include the upgrade of the current rail infrastructure, including stations in our main cities and towns.”She said progress was being made in the Moloto Road Development Corridor, in which investment in passenger rail will give commuters a safer, faster and more accessible connection between Mpumalanga and Gauteng.Peters said the refurbishment of the infamous Moloto Road will take five years to complete at a cost of R4.5-billion.“Moloto Road is notoriously known as the road of death. We are going to transform it into a road of hope,” she said.She described the national road network as arteries carrying life-giving oxygen in the South African economy’s lifeblood.Source: South African Government News AgencyWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using SouthAfrica.info materiallast_img read more

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Salesforce.com Acquires Radian6: Are Businesses Ready for the Social Data Fire Hose ?

first_imgThis morning, Salesforce.com announced its intent to acquire social media monitoring company Radian6, a market leader in the social analytics space, for $276 million. Radian6 boasts half the Fortune 100 as customers, including AAA, Dell, GE, Kodak, Molson Coors, Pepsico, and UPS. Last month Salesforce.com announced Radian6 for Salesforce, a module that enabled Salesforce.com users to monitor and engage in social media without leaving the Salesforce.com interface.Radian6 provides social media monitoring tools that go beyond just listing mentions of a keyword in social media. It provides detailed dashboards and basic sentiment analysis to give companies a more in-depth view of  how their brand is being discussed in the social media ecosystem. According to Constellation Research principal analyst and CEO R “Ray” Wang, “Most customers utilize Radian6 for brand management and monitoring, sales and lead generation, Social CRM, customer service, competitive intelligence, trend analysis, and crisis management.” Salesforce.com already had some basic social monitoring and analytics features but the Radian6 tools will greatly enhance its abilities.But are businesses ready to handle all the social data that can be mined from the net? Radian6 is great for mining lots of data, and providing it in real-time. But what exactly do you do with it once you have it? The company is working hard towards providing actionable insights, but the matter of dealing with the onslaught of social data remains.In the comments of our post about Dennis Howlett’s interview with Paul Greenberg and Estaban Kolsky, Kelly Craft wrote: “We do already have some of the right monitoring tools to collect the data, but we simply don’t have the right people yet to provide proper analysis.” Update: Craft was quoting Kolsky, see comment below.That’s something Greenberg himself hit on when covering Radian6 for his 2011 CRM Watchlist: “They understand that the ability to capture and organize (note I didn’t say analyze) all this unstructured data is useless unless the formats that are provided are both readable and provided in a way that makes the information meaningful.”Sameer Patel of the Sovos Group disagrees. He says the elephant in the room is lead generation, and few vendors and pundits want to address the issue. “The honest fact is that in most cases, raw social media data is far too unruly for a Sales rep to bother with,” Patel says. “They would rather make another cold call instead of perusing thousands of tweets.”“The devil is in the design details, but what Radian6 can potentially offer is filtered, timely and contextualized social media insight to complement customer information and conversations already available inside the CRM application, Chatter and Jigsaw. And more importantly, at appropriate phases of the sales cycle.” he says.Update: Patel asked that we include the rest of the comment on the news:All that said, with the addition of this new data source, the content tsumani aimed at the end user just reached dangerously high levels. There’s little doubt that significant software design considerations and change management will be required to make this all come together in a meaningful way to get uptake and ultimately accelerate sales and marketing performance.The need for employees that can understand and apply the data coming in from social monitoring tools has never been greater, and as social analytics companies get snapped up, expect to see the need continue to grow. Companies shouldn’t expect that purchasing a social analytics product is equivalent to having a social strategy.Here’s how Salesforce.com plans to further integrate Radian6 into its platform: klint finley 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Sales and Service Cloud: Social media monitoring and engagement has emerged as the requirement for any brand and customer engagement strategy, helping companies join conversations about their brands and stay connected to their customers and prospects. By combining Radian6’s social media monitoring and engagement platform with Sales Cloud and Service Cloud, companies will be able to keep customer success at the center of their business with real-time social intelligence.Salesforce Chatter: Radian6 and salesforce.com will create the bridge between public social networks, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogs and online communities, and Salesforce Chatter, the private, secure social network for the enterprise. Chatter feeds will no longer just contain the activity happening within the walls of a company, but will be filled with real time insights from fans on Facebook pages, followers on Twitter, comments on blog posts and more.Force.com Platform: Developers will be able to build apps that tap into the power of Radian6, putting the social web into everything they build. In such a dynamic market, this acquisition will present a huge opportunity for salesforce.com to extend its developer and partner ecosystem with technology not available anywhere else.Also of note is Salesforce.com’s internal use of social analytics. At the GigaOM  Net:Work conference last December Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff said that employees receive bonuses based on their participation in the company’s internal Chatter deployment. Integrating Radian6’s advanced analytics into Chatter could be interesting. Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…center_img Tags:#Analysis#enterprise IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…last_img read more

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As India gear up for Brisbane T20I, Adam Gilchrist catches up with Virat Kohli

first_imgTeam India continued to sweat it out at the nets ahead of their tour opener against Australia at Brisbane’s Gabba. Led by Virat Kohli, India will take on the Aussies in the first T20 International on Wednesday.India, who have lost Test series in South Africa and England this year, are leaving no stone unturned to rewrite history in Australia who will be without their two biggest stars: Steve Smith and David Warner.India have never won a Test series in Australia and several experts feel this could be their best chance to set the record straight. But the Test matches get underway only on December 6. Before that, there is a T20I series to be played – a format India fancy.India have been dominant against Australia over the years, winning 10 out of 15 T20 Internationals since 2007. Australia have won only five.The last time India played a T20I series in Australia, they blanked the hosts 3-0 as Virat Kohli finished with three half-centuries. Today, he is captain and without doubt, the best batsman in the world across formats. Also read – Australia dangerous but India determined to make a mark: Rohit SharmaThis time, India will be without MS Dhoni, who was left out of the T20I series against West Indies at home as well. But the likes of Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik give India options in the middle-order. It is no secret Dhoni has struggled for runs this year – Pant, on the other hand, is quickly establishing himself as heir apparent to the former India captain.advertisementIt is no secret Dhoni has struggled for runs this year – Pant, on the other hand, is quickly establishing himself as heir apparent to the former India captainLike they did on Sunday, India’s cricketers were at the Gabba to practice and get used to the conditions. Vice-captain Rohit Sharma conceded Australia’s pacers have the upper hand on bouncy pitches like Gabba and WACA but he said his colleagues were up to the challenge.But they were taking no chances. BCCI’s social media pages posted pictures of batsmen sweating it out at the nets – even Jasprit Bumrah turned his attack mode on.Also read – Have Australia learnt the dangers of needling Virat Kohli?And as the superstars of world cricket trained, their skipper was pictured exchanging pleasantries with Australia legend Adam Gilchrist.That moment at the nets when @Jaspritbumrah93 went Hammer and Tongs #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/mWLIlGYHbyBCCI (@BCCI) November 19, 2018Australia’s cricketers might have been guilty of crossing the line once too often with their verbal attacks but Gilchrist remained a favourite for crowds around the world. Known for his honesty (the man who would walk if he thought he nicked it), Gilchrist finished with 9619 ODI runs and 5570 Test runs.It would be interesting to hear what Gilchrist has to say about Kohli’s promise of not starting a sledging war. The India captain said he will retaliate only if Australia played dirty.Also read – Steve Smith, David Warner bans should stay, says Mitchell JohnsonMitchell Johnson and Pat Cummins were mildly surprised with Kohli’s attitude and they now wait to see how the world’s best batsman goes about his business.Gilchrist played only 13 T20Is for Australia but he made a massive impact in the Indian Premier League where he scored 2069 runs in 80 matches. Under his leadership, Deccan Chargers won the tournament in 2009.Also watch –last_img read more

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