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WINDHOEK Brett Anderson Jersey , Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- Senegal's maturity and intelligence won them the qualifier for the 2017 African Nations Cup (AFCON) against Namibia in Windhoek Saturday.


Both of the Teranga Lions' winning goals came from players who ply their trade in the fast-paced English league.


The first goal came from Cheikhou Kouyate into the first half, while Sadio Mane scored the second in the second half.


Kouyate is a central midfielder with West Ham United in England and Mane is at Southampton Football Club as a winger.


Although six of the Brave Warriors players are playing for South African teams, they could not match the skills and the ball intelligence of the Senegalese players.


Even the Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti, admitted after the match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium that his players were in a rush, while the Senegalese took the game with the patience of a python.


"The fans were there, and they (players) wanted to win and that compromised them. We were a little too much in a rush and in those moments Senegal was better than us," he said.


According to Mannetti the Senegalese had the advantage of height and speed.


"When Namibia fell behind, two tactical substitutions had to be made as the team needed speed," he explained.


A humble Senegalese coach, Aliou Cisse, said the game was not easy, and was happy with the outcome.


The loss was Namibia's second in Group K where it was drawn with Niger, Senegal and Burundi.


Namibia lost 0-1 to Niger in June in the match played at the General Seyni Kountche Stadium in Niamey.


Saturday's loss has sent Namibia to the bottom of Group K log standing where Burundi is second and Niger third.


The loss is also the second time Namibia has lost to Senegal after their 1-3 defeat in a friendly match in 2008.


For Senegal, this was their straight second win after thumping Burundi 3-1 to sit atop the Group K log.


Namibia will play against Burundi in March next year.


PARIS, June 7 (Xinhua) -- In its latest economic outlook, the Organization for Economic and Cooperation Development (OECD) on Wednesday projected accelerated global growth for the 2017-2018 period, saying "greater efforts are needed to ensure that the benefits from growth and globalization are more widely shared."


Updating its last estimate issued on March, the Paris-based think-tank saw global growth in 2017 at 3.5 percent, up by 0.2 percentage. The figure was set to accelerate to 3.6 percent in 2018 due to "stronger business and consumer confidence, rising industrial production and recovering employment and trade flow."


"Among the major advanced economies, the recovery will continue in the United States," the organization estimated.


However, it revised down its gross domestic product (GDP) forecast this year to 2.1 percent this year and 2.4 percent next year from previous estimates of 2.4 percent and 2.8 percent respectively.


The organization report showed a steady outlook for the euro area at 1.8 percent over the period while that of Japan would increase to 1.4 percent this year before slowing to 1.0 percent in 2018.


In China, growth is expected to slow to 6.6 percent in 2017 and 6.4 percent the following year in 2018, according to the OECD data.


"After five years of weak growth, there are signs of improvement. The modest cyclical expansion underway will not, however, be sufficient to sustain strong gains in standards of living across OECD countries," said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria.


Gurria recommended "deeper, sustained and collective commitment to coherent policy packages that support inclusiveness and productivity growth," to ensure that the benefits of economic recovery would be translated into the improvement of people's standards of living.


"We need a more inclusive, rules-based globalization that works for all, centered on people's well-being," he added.


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Finance > Insurance > Home InsuranceGurgaon: Ideal Destination for Midrange Home Buyers

Posted by gauravjr12 in Finance on February 2nd, 2014


Gurgaon has emerged as a one of the largest dwelling unit of DelhiNCR. After national capital Delhi, Gurgaon is the only city which can provide accommodation to the large number of people. It has attracted large number of home seekers to buy their dream home in the classy location of millennium city. As a result the city has emerged as an ideal destination for middle class buyers. Well-planned and improved infrastructure and fast connectivity- properties in Gurgaon is rising with hope and writing success story of India property market.


The skyline of the city has changed drastically and is now blessed with ample of mega residential and commercial projects. The main advantage of this city is that though it is adorned with world class infrastructural facility but still it is an affordable market for midrange homebuyers. If you are getting income range of between forty to fifty thousand per month you can plan for the dream home in the IT hub city of national capital. The rate at which construction and development going on this area soon Gurgaon will become one of the most comfortable and affordable residential destinations in the whole of the NCR. If we look for the major reasons for this we find primarily, good connectivity from all major dest.

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