5 5 Arda Turan (Barcelona) – Arsenal continue to be linked with the Turkey international and they will be boosted in their pursuit after Marca reported the player is up for sale. The Catalans are reportedly underwhelmed by the players impact after a switch last summer and accept they will make a loss on him. Now Euro 2016 is finally over, the transfer business might be about to get hectic as Arsenal look to improve their squad.Manager Arsene Wenger has been over in France watching the tournament and has no doubt had his eyes on a few players.A striker is clearly on his mind after he attempted to sign Jamie Vardy from Premier League champions Leicester City, but who else is he after?Click the right arrow above for the latest transfer rumours and news… Isaac Hayden – Arsenal have though done one deal with the Magpies as midfielder Hayden, 21, quits the Emirates in hope of kick-starting his career on Tyneside as Newcastle look to earn promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) – The Gunners are one of a number of top clubs to chase the Senegalese centre-back but Everton are also serious rivals with the Daily Mail suggesting they have enquired after the player, and could go high with their bid for the player. Mauro Icardi (Inter Milan) – The 23-year-olds time at the Serie A club may already up, despite just three seasons with the club, where he has become captain. According to his wife, who was speaking to Calcio Mercato, hes up for grabs this summer, which could see Arsenal and Chelseas interest in the forward perk up. 5 5 5 Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United) – Click the right arrow above for more Arsenal transfer news… – The French star came to life at Euro 2016 and was extremely impressive in the final against Portugal, despite Les Bleus extra-time defeat. Any hopes Arsenal had of landing the recently relegated Toon star on the cheap are fading quickly though, with owner Mike Ashley and managing director Lee Charnley unwilling to do business unless a serious bid of around £35m comes in for the 26-year-old.
Kolkata: Baruipur Central Correctional Home (BCCH) has come up with several modern facilities for the inmates, as well as foolproof security for them. The state Correctional Administration (CA) department has developed the BCCH as a model correctional home which was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee last year.A senior official of the CA department that the inmates are getting three star facilities in the Baruipur central correctional home. Two televisions have been set up on two opposite sides of walls so that the inmates can enjoy various TV programmes. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaChicken, fish and eggs are provided to the inmates on respective days. The BCCH has already been equipped with several facilities like a modern kitchen, a big dining space and more space for the inmates. The inmates of the Alipore Central Correctional Home (ACCH) were already shifted to Baruipur. Some more facilities are coming up. To ensure enough security and for better surveillance, a large number of CCTVs have been installed at Baruipur central correctional home. The CA department has given special emphasis on security at BCCH and have taken all possible measures for a fooproof security mechanism. According to a senior official of the department, steps are being taken to develop all the correctional homes along the line of BCCH. There are plans to set up gymnasium and separate infrastructure for playing games like hockey, football and badminton in other correctional homes. There will be facilities of a library and also an auditorium for holding workshops for the inmates.
EDMONTON — A man who was arrested in Edmonton with the help of a citizen after allegedly lighting vehicles on fire now faces charges.Police say no one was injured in the Friday evening incident near Whyte Avenue, but 13 vehicles were damaged.They say officers responded to multiple calls about a man who was reported to be walking around pouring fuel on vehicles and setting them on fire.In one instance, people with fire extinguishers rushed to aid a driver after liquid was poured on the hood of a vehicle from a jerry can and ignited.A suspect was arrested after he was chased and tackled by another man inside a coffee shop.Malice Sutton, who is 22, is facing various arson charges, possession of an incendiary material and assault with a weapon.Ross Lockwood, who was skateboarding with a friend in Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue bar and restaurant district, said he pulled out his camera and began recording when he overheard someone exclaim that a person had just set another car on fire.“There was a man wearing dark clothing carrying a jerry can full of gasoline. He was pouring the gasoline onto and by cars — parked cars — but more worrying, he poured it onto the hood of an occupied vehicle,” said Lockwood, who posted his video of the incident on Reddit.“The vehicle caught on fire.”In the video, the man appears to hold the jerry can towards people on the sidewalk, who kept their distance.“I think a lot of people recognized just how dangerous it is to try to intervene with someone who’s got a full can of gas and a lighter, and no one took real action until it was safe to do so, and that’s exactly what happened,” Lockwood said.The video appears to show the man walking across the street, raising his arms and throwing the jerry can into the air as his backpack falls to the pavement. He then appears to continue walking, apparently waving at pedestrians.The video then shows a person wearing a Hawaiian shirt and jeans running after the man, following him into a Starbucks, trailed by someone carrying what appeared to be a plank.“A man in a red Hawaiian shirt brought him to the ground, and after that, several others stepped in to aid the man in the red shirt and they held him until police arrived,” Lockwood said.Police said in an email that they responded to a report of a male pouring fuel onto multiple vehicles and setting them on fire on Friday night.With the help of a citizen, the email said, a male suspect was taken into custody and charges are pending.After 13 cars were lit on fire last night, the video has gone viral. Today I spoke with Ross Lockwood, who says he was initially taking the video for evidence purposes. He gives props to all the good samaritans with fire extinguishers, Hawaiian shirt guy, and EPS #YEG #WhyteAve pic.twitter.com/P8LDTNZPeS— Carly Robinson (@CarlyDRobinson) April 13, 2019Police said 13 vehicles were damaged but no one was hurt.Social media reacted to video with accolades for the man in the Hawaiian shirt. Some posts compared him to Magnum P.I. One Batman-themed meme had a picture of a spotlight shining into the air, but instead of showing a bat symbol, it had a Hawaiian shirt.Lockwood has no idea who the man was.“I have no background for the man in the red shirt, but I just want to say thank you for the actions that you took on Friday night,” said Lockwood, who has turned over his video to police.The Canadian Press