Associated Press KarachiJanuary 31, 2019UPDATED: January 31, 2019 21:01 IST West Indies players celebrate (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSDeandra Dottin top-scored for the West Indies with 90 in a total of 160 for 2Pakistan, playing their 100th T20, were bowled out for 89 in 18 oversThe next T20s will be played on Friday and Sunday in KarachiThe West Indies women’s first cricket match in Pakistan was a 71-run victory that passed without incident on Thursday.Pakistan have staged only short limited-overs series against Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, a World XI, and the West Indies since a deadly terrorist attack in March 2009 against the Sri Lanka Test team in Lahore. A women’s team from Bangladesh also toured Pakistan in October 2015.The West Indies women, making their first appearance in Pakistan in 15 years, agreed to play three Twenty20s there before both teams fly to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for three one-day internationals.Opener Deandra Dottin top-scored for the West Indies with 90 in a total of 160 for 2, then Pakistan, playing their 100th T20, were bowled out for 89 in 18 overs. Medium fast bowlers Shamilia Connell (3 for 29) and Shakera Selman (2 for 8) led the way.The next T20s are on Friday and Sunday, all in Karachi.West Indies captain Stefanie Taylor will join the team in Dubai as she didn’t come to Pakistan due to security fears.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byJepher Nickels Tags :Follow Deandra DottinFollow Shamilia Connell West Indies women beat Pakistan by 71 runs in 1st T20 in KarachiWest Indies women’s team registered a 71-run victory over the Pakistan women’s team in the first Twenty20 International played in Karachi.advertisement
zoom Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc. (APSI) has delivered its second Aframax tanker to SeaRiver Maritime, Exxon Mobil Corporation’s U.S. marine affiliate.The 820 foot long, 115,000 deadweight ton tanker will transport up to 800,000 barrels of Alaskan North Slope crude oil from Prince William Sound, Alaska to the U.S. West Coast.The vessel is equipped with double hull protection, the latest navigation and communications equipment, and an energy efficient engine, the shipbuilder said.“Delivery of this vessel marks the conclusion of a successful project that has transformed our company for the better. We are proud of the Eagle Bay and are confident that she will serve the SeaRiver organization well over the decades to come,” said Steinar Nerbovik, APSI’s President and CEO.APSI delivered its first Aframax tanker, the Liberty Bay, to SeaRiver in 2014 and the ship is serving SeaRiver in their Alaskan trade.Aker Philadelphia is currently building four 50,000 dwt product tankers for Crowley. In addition the company has contracts for two 50,000 dwt product tankers for Philly Tankers LLC and two 3,600 TEU containerships for Matson Navigation, with deliveries in 2018.
Khan, of Goldsmith Road, Peckham, southeast London, was given a two-year prison sentence suspended for two years.Roxsanna, of Felixstowe Road, Edmonton, north London, was given a 19-month prison sentence suspended for two years.Haque and Begum, of Olive Road, Dartford, Kent, were handed prison sentences of 16 and 10 months respectively, suspended for two years.Maryam Arnott, of the CPS, said: “This is believed to be the largest ever visa fraud that the CPS has dealt with and it is staggering the lengths these individuals went to in order to exploit the UK’s immigration system.”Dave Fairclough, from Immigration Enforcement’s Criminal and Financial Investigation, added: “This was a highly organised, sophisticated attack on the UK’s immigration system.”Alison Chipperton, Assistant Director of HMRC’s Fraud Investigation Service, said: “These defendants willingly joined forces with an organised crime group to steal public money.“HMRC worked closely with the Home Office to gather the strong evidence that has helped convict this group.“Anyone with information on anyone committing this type of fraud should report it to HMRC online, or call our Fraud Hotline on 0800 788 887.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A gang of fraudsters who set up bogus companies to help 900 illegal migrants stay in the country in Britain’s biggest ever fake visa scam have been spared jail.The group laundered millions of pounds through 53 businesses, including ‘Immigration4u’ and ‘Mo’s Spice Inn’, and made temporary transfers into clients’ bank accounts.They also created fake payslips and provided false information on around 900 applications for general and entrepreneur visas between 2008 and 2013.Their aim was to make the migrants look as if they were well-paid employees, as applicants for entrepreneur visas must show they have access to at least £50,000. One of the gang’s customers was working at a fast food restaurant, but his accounts showed he had a £50,000 salary.The scam, which could have cost the taxpayer £16.6m if undiscovered, was described as “immigration fraud of industrial scale” and a “highly organised, sophisticated attack on the UK’s immigration system”.Taxi driver Mohammed Jillur Rahman Khan, 43, Shaheda Roxsanna, 47, and married couple Mazharul Haque, 46, and Maksuda Begum, 45, were all convicted of conspiracy to defraud the Secretary of State and conspiracy to cheat the public revenue. But they walked free from Southwark Crown Court today after a judge decided to suspended their prison sentences. Judge Martin Griffith said: “This case was part two of an immigration fraud of industrial scale.”For many people who come to this country which must be for economic reasons, there is a time-table because there comes a time where you must prove that you have substantial income to stay in the country.”Unfortunately the solution for some people is that they go to some services that prove income that just isn’t there – they pay through the nose.”Some of the migrants in the UK on temporary visas paid the gang at least £700 in cash to help them remain in the UK.The fraud was uncovered in 2011 when the Home Office identified a suspicious pattern in a series of points-based applications for Tier 1 general and entrepreneur visas.An investigation by Immigration Enforcement’s Criminal and Financial Investigation team was launched and HMRC called in to probe the validity of the companies and PAYE claims linked to them.The group had worked alongside another gang of five who were sentenced last year.The scam was led by London law student Abul Kalam Muhammad (known as AKM) Rezaul Karim, 42 – who was given a 10-year jail sentence in his absence in November 2018.