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Liverpool 1-4 Man City: Alisson errors help send leaders five points clear

Liverpool 1-4 Man City: Alisson errors help send leaders five points clear

Sports
Last updated on 2 hours ago2 hours ago.From the section Premier LeagueManchester City took a potentially decisive hold on the Premier League title race as they thrashed Liverpool at Anfield - helped by a virtuoso performance by Phil Foden and a nightmare display from the champions' goalkeeper Alisson.City's comprehensive triumph, their first at Anfield since 2003 and Pep Guardiola's first away to Liverpool as a manager, was achieved in such comfort that they were able to recover from Ilkay Gundogan's first-half penalty miss.Gundogan, who skied his spot-kick after Fabinho fouled Raheem Sterling, made amends when he put City ahead four minutes into the second period, after Alisson could only push out Foden's shot.Mohamed Salah equalised for Liverpool from the spot just after the hour after h...
PACL case: Sebi extends deadline for investors to check status of application, rectify errors

PACL case: Sebi extends deadline for investors to check status of application, rectify errors

Finance
New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi on Friday extended the deadline to October 31 for investors of PACL Ltd, having claims of up to Rs 5,000, to check the status of their application and rectify errors in the form. Earlier, the deadline was July 31. Now, the last date for checking the status of applications and rectification of errors has been extended to October 31, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said in a statement. The portal for investors to view status of their claim application has been operational from January 24. PACL, which had raised money from public in the name of agriculture and real estate businesses, was found by Sebi to have collected more than Rs 60,000 crore through illegal collective investment schemes (CIS) over a period of 18 years. A panel, head...
ITN’s Alastair Stewart steps down after social media ‘errors of judgement’

ITN’s Alastair Stewart steps down after social media ‘errors of judgement’

Entertainment
ITV News presenter Alastair Stewart is stepping down from his role following what ITN called "errors of judgment in Alastair's use of social media".In a statement, the veteran broadcaster, 67, said: "It was a misjudgement which I regret."ITN said he had breached editorial guidelines, but did not elaborate on the reasons for his departure.He added: "It's been a privilege to bring the news to households throughout the UK for the past 40 years."Stewart joined ITV in 1980 and began fronting News at Ten nine years later. The newsreader's Twitter account has now been deactivated.ITV presenter Julie Etchingham wrote on Twitter: "So sad to learn this - we have worked on many big stories together & Al is a trusted friend and guide to many of us."Fellow newsrea...
Disney Plus subscribers face technical errors on launch day

Disney Plus subscribers face technical errors on launch day

Entertainment
Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Streamers waiting to see Disney Plus movies and shows on Tuesday's launch faced technical errors. Thousands of subscribers saw error messages after logging in, and Walt Disney Company blamed oversize demand as it tapped into the streaming market with established players such as Netflix and Amazon. "The demand for #DisneyPlus has exceeded our highest expectations," Disney Plus said in a Twitter post Tuesday morning. "We are pleased you're excited to watch all your favorites and are working quickly to resolve any current user issues. We appreciate your patience." Downdetector.com reported a peak of 8,391 Disney Plus subscribers affected by the outage around 9 a.m. By 2 p.m., the online technical glitches monitor reported 769 outages left. The service launched Tuesday in th...
Physician burnout, depression can lead to major medical errors: Study

Physician burnout, depression can lead to major medical errors: Study

Health
Does your doctor’s mental health and well-being affect the care you receive? A new study says yes -- burnout, fatigue and depression may affect major medical errors. Medical errors contribute to an estimated 100,000 to 200,000 deaths per year, according to the Institute of Medicine. Burnout -- defined as emotional exhaustion or depersonalization -- occurs in more than half of doctors, according to the study. Researchers surveyed physicians across the country to understand the relationship between burnout and major medical errors in their careers. Their findings, published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, suggest burnout, by itself, plays a large role in errors. Other independent factors affecting errors include the perceived safety of the workplace, physician fatigue and physician men...