The Windies have handed maiden Test caps to 2016 ICC Youth World Cup-winning captain Shimron Hetmyer and fellow Guyana Jaguars left-hander Vishal Singh. They become the 310th and 311th players to wear the maroon cap for West Indies in Tests. The Test is the 50th to be staged at this venue and between the two sides. Teams: WEST INDIES: Jason Holder (captain), Kraigg Brathwaite, Kieran Powell, Shimron Hetmyer (on debut), Shai Hope, Vishal Singh (on debut), Roston Chase, Shane Dowrich (wicketkeeper), Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel PAKISTAN: Misbah-ul-Haq (captain), Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Younus Khan, Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper), Muhammad Amir, Yasir Shah, Wahab Riaz, Muhammad Abbas (on debut) UMPIRES: Richard Illingworth (England), Richard Kettleborough (England) VIDEO UMPIRE: Bruce Oxenford (Australia) MATCH REFEREE: Stuart Broad (England) FOURTH UMPIRE: Gregory Brathwaite (Barbados) West Indies will bat first, after Pakistan won the toss on the opening day of the historic first Test in the Brighto Paints presents the Q Mobile Cup Series today at Sabina Park here.
INDONESIAN carriers will be allowed to fly once more to the United States after the country’s safety rating has been upgraded by the US Federal Aviation Administration, according to Indonesian media reports.Indonesian news agency Antara quoted the director of airworthiness and plane operations at the Indonesian Transportation Ministry’s Directorate General of Air Transportation, Mohammad Alwi, as saying the South-east Asian nation had been upgraded from category 2 to category 1. The upgrade was subsequently confirmed by the Jakarta Post.”After 10 years of efforts, we finally passed it and the US ambassador has congratulated me on it,” Alwi told the news agency, adding that the FAA was due to officially present a certificate of aviation rating. “After we have seen four ministers and four director generals being replaced, the efforts were finally successful. I have told Jonan (former Transportation Minister Ignatius Jonan) that I have accomplished my duties for the FAA.” Garuda expected to be an early beneficiary of the change with airline’s president, Arif Wibowo, saying previously it would open flight routes linking Jakarta to New York and Los Angeles in 2017.Indonesia was demoted by the US in 2007 to category 2 and banned from flying to the European Union after a series of crashes and concerns about the oversight of the country’s safety systems. An International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) uudit of Indonesia’s aviation authority at that time uncovered 120 instances of failing to comply with international safety standards.Part of the problem has been a massive expansion of aviation in the populous nation, which consists of thousands of islands. And while flying on some Indonesian carriers may now be considered safer, there are still concerns about others.While the EU lifted the ban on Indonesian flag carrier Garuda in 2010 and widened the exemptions this year, all but seven Indonesian airlines remained banned after a review of the EU safety list in June. Those not on the banned list are Garuda, Airfast Indonesia, Ekspres Transportasi Antarbenua, Indonesia Air Asia, Citilink, Lion Air and Batik Air.Arnold Barnett, an MIT statistician specialising in airline safety, told The New York Times in late 2014 that the death rate in plane crashes in Indonesia was one per million passengers or 25 times the rate in the US.
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Juventus will have to pay two million euros ($2.2 million) to compensate their former kit provider Nike for including a third star on the club’s jersey during the 2012-13 season in reference to wining the Serie A 30 times, although the Italian football federation only recognises 28 of them following the 2006 Italian football scandal.It seems that Juventus have contracted another sponsor to provide unofficial kits including the three stars, which led Nike to file a complaint against Italy’s football giant, reports Efe.After the 2006 scandal, better known as the Calciopoli, Juventus were stripped off the 2004-05 and 2005-06 league titles following match fixing investigations.The arbitration court in Geneva received a complaint from Nike to impose a fine of 80 million euros ($88 million) against Juventus, which was later mitigated to $2.2 million.Now, it is up to Juventus’ management, whether to accept the punishment or appeal against it.