Vitol Anker shifts pension scheme from Netherlands to Luxembourg

first_imgThe €62m Dutch pension fund for commodities firm Vitol Anker (SPFVA) has liquidated and placed its pension plan with insurer Integrale Luxemburg.It is the first time a Dutch scheme has moved across the border to the Luxembourg-based insurer, and Integrale said there was growing interest in this option.SPFVA said the Dutch regulator, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), had concluded that the scheme was vulnerable and its board needed to spend a disproportionate amount of time running it. It had a funding level of 94% at the end of 2015, and 550 participants in total.SPFVA indicated that, by involving the insurer as of 1 January this year, it was able to prevent rights cuts. The new pension arrangements run by Integrale are purely defined contribution (DC), whereas the previous plan combined defined benefit and DC. The DB element applied to the first €35,000 of an employee’s salary, and DC applied to any remainder up to the national cap of €100,000.The scheme’s board emphasised that the new plan would produce the same pension result as the old scheme, and added that Vitol Anker would not financially benefit from the changes.On its website, the board said that the Luxembourg arrangements required an employer’s guarantee if agreed returns weren’t achieved. It declined to provide additional details about its choice.The board made clear that it would keep administration and communication in-house, provided by Anchor Insurance Rotterdam, one of the scheme’s affiliated employers.SPFVA implemented the pension plan for fuel trading firm Vitol, oil storage and transport company VTTI, DUPI Insurance Group, and Anchor Insurance.Integrale Luxemburg – a subsidiary of parent company Integrale Belgium – said that Vitol Anker was the first Dutch pension fund that had placed its pensions with the insurer.It cited Dutch pensions advisers indicating more interest for its proposition, but said that it was not in talks with other candidates.Integrale was also reluctant to provide more details of insured arrangements in Luxembourg.“We know how sensitive the issue is in the Netherlands,” a spokesperson said. “But of course we would be happy to point out the benefits to interested parties.”Integrale Luxemburg said it was particularly focused on smaller pension funds with assets of up to €200m. It also offers other services including fiduciary management, reporting, and compliance.French asset manager Amundi has recently set up a Luxembourg-based pan-European pensions vehicle for DC plans, aimed at European schemes of multinationals. Last December, it said it already had a dozen clients.Amundi offers both asset management and administration, and claimed that asset management costs in Luxemburg were 30% lower than elsewhere in Europe.It added that supervision in Luxembourg was no less strict but more flexible than in the Netherlands and Belgium.last_img read more

Bernhard Schulte, Columbia Join Forces on Ship Supply

first_imgBernhard Schulte Shipmanagement and Columbia Shipmanagement have combined their global buying power to create an independent procurement company.The new unit, GP General Procurement Company Limited (GenPro), will negotiate framework supply agreements with international ship suppliers on behalf of its members’ clients with a view to securing the lowest prices achievable on all consumables.This new agreement allows a pool of 800 vessels managed by BSM and Columbia the access to a wider range of consumables at the best prices available globally, the parties said.It will capitalise on the best practices and strengths of its members by driving efficiencies into the whole procurement process to help reduce clients’ vessel OpEx costs and return real value to the client by way of volume-related discounts in a fully transparent and auditable way, the parties explained.“We believe GenPro will change the way global procurement is delivered to shipowners on an international scale and will in time become a compelling new force in the industry. Both companies are leveraging their industry links and relationships to owners and we believe this is something owners will welcome,” Ian Beveridge, CEO of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement said.The scope and reach of the procurement effort will not be limited to maritime products and consumables but will include all products and consumables associated with the operation of the maritime business, onshore and offshore.last_img read more

Security Breach: Mentally ill man causes security stir at airport

first_imgNewsRegional Security Breach: Mentally ill man causes security stir at airport by: – April 24, 2011 29 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img Share KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaican authorities Saturday confirmed there had been a breach in security at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) but said that there was no danger to passengers or aircraft.NMIA communications manager Mark Williams said that a mentally disturbed man, armed with two stones, had barged into the facility late Thursday.“He had two stones and wanted to gain access to the terminal building. He was apprehended by security taken to the medical post and evaluated and then taken to the police station,” Williams said.He said that while the ticketing hall is now accessible to the general public the un-named man was stopped “at the first security checkpoint where he tried to gain access to the departure lounge.“My information is that he was tracked on all the security cameras. The security measures that we put in place actually worked and proved that they worked this time around,” Williams added.The man has been taken to the Bellevue Hospital – an institution for mentally ill persons.Last November, the security at the airport was breached after a man was found wandering on the tarmac after reportedly hiding in a parked commercial plane for several hours. Sharelast_img read more

Djokovic donates €1m to help Serbia combat coronavirus

first_img Loading… Promoted ContentThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Best Cars Of All TimeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In ThailandWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks The player was speaking in a video conference from the southern Spanish city of Marbella, where he and his family are currently hunkering down under nationwide lockdown orders.“Our donation is for the purchase of life-saving respirators and other sanitary equipment,” said the tennis star.Normally based in Monaco, the family’s stay in Spain is “a pure coincidence”, according to his spokesperson.The 32-year-old said he was working on keeping a “positive spirit” and enjoying the family time with the tennis season thrown into chaos by the pandemic.The men’s ATP and women’s WTA Tours have been suspended until June 7, with the French Open postponed and Wimbledon facing possible postponement or even cancellation.“I don’t remember spending so much time with my family since I became a father,” added Djokovic, who declined to discuss tennis matters and told reporters he was passing time by reading a book on the “history of the Serbs”.He also said he plans to start “posting physical exercises I do in our apartment on social networks”.Novak Djokovic is donating one million euros to help Serbia fight th coronavirusRead Also: Wilfred Ndidi named best ball-holding midfielder in Premier LeagueDjokovic thanked China for sending several shipments of medical equipment and doctors to Serbia, where they are now helping guide Belgrade’s COVID-19 strategy.Seven people have died and more than 450 are known to be infected with the respiratory disease among Serbia’s seven million population, according to authorities.“I thank China from the bottom of my heart on behalf of myself and the entire nation,” he said.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic said Friday he was donating one million euros ($1.1 million) to help his native Serbia buy respirators and other gear to combat the coronavirus.Advertisementlast_img read more

‘PNP can’t be lenient on curfew violators’

first_imgMembers of the Philippine National Police (PNP) secure the border of Mandaluyong and Manila on March 17, 2020. ABS-CBN News “We cannot be lenient because this will definitely defeat the purpose of the declaration of the Enhanced Community Quarantine which President Duterte approved purposely to contain the COVID-19,” he added. PNP Police Lieutenant General Guillermo Eleazar said in a radio interview on Sunday that they cannot be lenient on curfew violators as it will defeat the purpose of the enhanced community quarantine declaration. “Sila po ay dadalhin sa police station for booking. Through the electronic or online inquest proceeding, ire-refer natin ang kasong ‘yan sa skeletal force ng ating Office of the Prosecutor,” Eleazar said. “Dahil na rin po sa request ng ating local government chief executives, hindi po kami magiging lenient dito. Tuloy pa rin po ang pag-aresto,” Eleazar, commander of the Joint Task Force Corona Virus Shield (JTF CV Shield), said in an interview with DZBB. “If the curfew violators will be released over a decision that the regular filing of the case will be done after the ECQ, curfew violators must be held for a maximum of 12 hours while being admonished so as to deter them from repeating the offense,” he added./PNcenter_img Eleazar, however, changed his tune on Sunday after the Department of Justice activating an online inquest proceeding. MANILA – The Philippine National Police (PNP) warned that curfew violators under the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) will now be arrested as the number of offenders continue to rise. Eleazar said the enforcement will be a little lenient against curfew violators by allowing them to go home after booking them instead of detaining them until they posted bail but it was rebuffed by the Department of Interior and Local Government. The JTF CV Shield, the enforcement arm of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, said a total of 42,826 curfew violators were apprehended in the first 11 days of the declaration in light of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).last_img read more

Man charged with animal cruelty after video shows him hitting dog on South Beach

first_imgA man was caught on tape trying to kill a dog near Ocean Drive and 13th Street, Sunday afternoon.The video shows a man choking the dog with the leash, and yanking him to the ground.Witnesses were screaming and crying in hopes that the man would stop. Others stepped in and held down the dog’s attacker, 51-year-old Louis Sepulveda, until police arrived.Sepulveda was arrested and is facing a felony charge of animal cruelty with intent to injure or kill.There is currently no word on the dog’s well-being.Full video and story on wsvn.com.,A man was caught on tape trying to kill a dog near Ocean Drive and 13th Street, Sunday afternoon.The video shows a man choking the dog with the leash, and yanking him to the ground.Witnesses were screaming and crying in hopes that the man would stop. Others stepped in and held down the dog’s attacker, 51-year-old Louis Sepulveda, until police arrived.Sepulveda was arrested and is facing a felony charge of animal cruelty with intent to injure or kill.There is currently no word on the dog’s well-being.Full video and story on wsvn.com.last_img read more

Timeline for track restoration still unknown

first_img Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 Bio ELLSWORTH — The April 7 storm that packed winds up to 77 miles per hour might seem like a distant memory to some. Power that was lost by thousands has long been restored, and fallen trees that blocked roadways have been cleared away.But for the Ellsworth high school and middle school outdoor track teams, that storm left a lasting impression when it flipped some 150 feet of aluminum bleachers onto the track they share.Dan Higgins, superintendent of the Ellsworth schools, said he contacted the School Department’s insurer as well as the bleachers’ manufacturer the next day after a custodian discovered the stands lying upside-down on the oval track located on Forrest Avenue.Three weeks after the storm, the site looks just as it did that morning.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“The determination will be whether or not the bleachers need to be replaced or could be repaired,” Higgins said.Higgins said the manufacturer/installer and an engineer are expected to assess the damage sometime this week and decide what will happen next.Higgins said the bleachers, which were purchased from a company headquartered in Connecticut called GT Grandstands, were installed in the fall of 2014 for $94,600.It took about a week and a half to assemble the stands, and Higgins expects it will take “some time” to take them apart if they need to be moved offsite.Higgins said there also appears to be some damage to the track’s polyurethane surface from the force of the impact, making the timeline for when the facility will be entirely usable again even more unpredictable.“We’re hoping to get everything taken care of so we can resume activities as planned,” Higgins said. “But it’s a matter of waiting for the appropriate parties to look at the damage so we can determine the next steps.”Meanwhile, the Ellsworth high school and middle school track teams are figuring out ways to keep their seasons alive.“You just have to roll with the punches,” said Ellsworth High School Athletics Director Josh Frost. “We’re making adjustments. We certainly haven’t cancelled our outdoor track season.”Both the high school and middle school teams were each scheduled to host two meets over the next few months. EHS has already relocated its first home competition that was slated for April 23.EHS was also scheduled to host a meet featuring all the Hancock County schools on May 20.Frost said he is optimistic about hosting that meet, but a back-up plan has already been set. The competition will be held at Mount Desert Island High School if needed.The EHS team has been traveling to MDI once a week to practice on the high school’s track.“You do what you have to do,” said EHS assistant coach Dennis Ishle. “They were nice enough to allow us to come down and practice there.”As for the other four days of the school week, the high school and middle school teams have worked out a system for sharing the half of the track not covered by the bleachers.Frost estimates some 45 athletes comprise the high school team while almost 100 compete for the middle school.“You obviously can’t have 150 kids on the track, using half the track,” Frost said. “So we’ve set up a schedule.”When all else fails, Ishle said the team uses its resources. Distance runners have jogged around town, and throwers have practiced behind the high school.However, the long jump pit is hard to replicate, and Ellsworth’s is currently under the toppled bleachers.Ellsworth’s pole vault pit, which Frost said would cost around $15,000 to replace, is also unavailable for unrelated reasons. Mice and mold inhabited the pad over the winter — a discovery made three days before the storm took out the other half of the track.But student-athletes are not the only ones affected.Higgins said he is also notifying community organizations scheduled to use the facility that their events will depend on the time it takes to restore the track.One of those upcoming events is the Relay for Life on June 3 and 4 — an overnight fundraiser for the American Cancer Society that typically attracts hundreds of participants.“If they don’t have the bleachers off by then, that’s going to be an issue,” Ishle said. “There are a lot of people it’s going to impact.” Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016center_img Latest Posts Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all)last_img read more

Steady Kerber advances to third round

first_img(REUTERS) – Second seed Angelique Kerber stayed on track in her quest to unseat Serena Williams as world number one by beating Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia 6-2, 7-6(7)yesterday to reach the third round of the US Open.Australian Open winner Kerber rifled home an ace to finish the first set against the free swinging, 34-year-old Lucic-Baroni, then won a see-saw second set in which each player was broken three times on the way to a tiebreaker.The Croat held two set points during the decider before losing it 9-7.The left-handed German was one match win away in Cincinnati from ending Williams’ long reign as number one before losing to Czech Karolina Pliskova in the final and has another chance to leapfrog the American at Flushing Meadows.Lucic-Baroni raised her game in the second set but could not overcome the steady Kerber as the big-hitting Croat blasted 37 winners while gifting the German with 55 unforced errors.last_img read more

Football News Premier League: Liverpool win ensure top 4 finish, Manchester City become Centurions

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah set a new Premier League record with 32 goals in 38 Premier League games this season to guarantee Liverpool’s place in the UEFA Champions League next season as the Reds beat Brighton and Hove Albion 4-0 at Anfield on the final match-week on Sunday.Whereas, fifth-placed Chelsea failed to put any kind of pressure on five time UCL winners by going down 3-0 against Newcastle United at St. James’ Park.At the bottom of the table, Swansea’s seven season stay ended in the Premier League as they joined West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City in the Championship. Liverpool are targeting for their sixth European trophy when they face two time defending Champions League winner Real Madrid on May 26.But Jurgen Klopp-managed Reds knew they would have to beat Brighton to be back in the UCL next season, if they fall short in Kiev.Salah started the proceedings with a goal on 26th minute on the clock to take his tally to 44. Centre back Dejan Lovren then extended the lead with a towering header and then Dominic Solanke then added to the tally with his first Liverpool goal, left-back and one of the key players of Liverpool this season Andy Robertson then wrapped up the game with fourth of the night for Liverpool.In the other game, Chelsea succumbed to their 10th Premier League defeat of the season after a brace by Ayoze Perez and a Dwight Gayle strike ended their hopes, putting more pressure on Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, just six days before Chelsea’s final game of the season in the FA Cup final against Manchester United.Whereas, Champions Manchester City broke yet another Premier League record by becoming the first side in English top flight history to reach 100 points mark as Gabriel Jesus cleverly chipped in a delicious Kevin De Bruyne’s lob pass on the last kick of the game to defeat Southampton 1-0. The victory also meant that City set a record of Premier League margin of victory of 19 points from second placed Manchester United. last_img read more

Cricket News IND vs WI, 3rd T20I Highlights: Kohli, Pant 50s give India seven-wicket win and 3-0 clean sweep

first_imgNew Delhi: India (IND) vs West Indies (WI), 3rd T20I Live Cricket Score Updates: India has won the toss and will bowl. Rahul Chahar makes his debut while Deepak Chahar replaces Khaleel Ahmed. KL Rahul is in and Rohit Sharma has been rested. Deepak Chahar took three wickets and wrecked the West Indies top order but Kieron Pollard blasted a fifty and shared a partnership of over 50 with Nicholas Pooran. Navdeep Saini took two wickets and some late blows from the lower order helped West Indies reach 146/6 after 20 overs. In response, India lost KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan cheaply but Virat Kohli slammed his 21st fifty and Rishabh Pant came back to form as he notched up his his first fifty to help India win by seven wickets and achieve a 3-0 whitewash. (SCORECARD)00:33 hrs IST: Sealed with a six. Rishabh Pant blasts Brathwaite for a six and India win by seven wickets and achieve a 3-0 whitewash against the West Indies.00:22 hrs IST: Pant blasts a six off Oshane Thomas and India are 141/3 after 18 overs, need six runs off 12 balls. 00:19 hrs IST: WICKET! Full and wide ball from Oshane Thomas, Kohli steers it to backward point and he falls. India are 133/3 after 17.3 overs, need 14 runs off 15 balls.00:17 hrs IST: First fifty for Rishabh Pant and he has overcome his poor form in grand style. Blasts Cottrell to the fine leg fence and India are 129/2 after 17 overs, needing 18 from 18 balls. 00:09 hrs IST: 21st fifty for Virat Kohli and he crunches Narine to the deep midwicket fence. Superb stuff from the skipper and India are nearing a win. India need 32 off 26 balls. 00:06 hrs IST: Kohli smashes a four and Pant blasts a six off Keemo Paul and India are 109/2 after 15 overs. India need 38 off 30 balls.00:01 hrs IST: Virat Kohli thumps a four to deep extra cover off Carlos Brathwaite as he survives a top edge previous ball. India are 95/2 after 14 overs.23:56 hrs IST: Rishabh Pant thumps a crucial six as the West Indies bowlers are bowling well in the death overs. India are 85/2 after 13 overs.23:48 hrs IST: Kohli thumps a four off Carlos Brathwaite and India are 71/2 after 11 overs.23:41 hrs IST: Kohli and Pant hold the key now as they strike boundaries and India are 58/2 after nine overs.23:37 hrs IST: Kohli thumps a boundary off Allen and India are 45/ after seven overs.23:32 hrs IST: Rishabh Pant gets going with a boundary while Kohli is rotating the strike aggressively. India are 39/2 in the seventh over.23:26 hrs IST: WICKET! Rahul tries to be too aggressive and he is stumped as Fabian Allen gets his wicket. India are 27/2 after the fifth over.23:17 hrs IST: Virat Kohli gets going with a boundary off Sheldon Cottrell. India are 18/1 after three months.23:12 hrs IST: WICKET! Poor shot from Dhawan. Thomas bowls it short on leg stump, Dhawan swivels and the pull shot is it straight to short fine leg. India are 10/1 after 2 overs.23:08 hrs IST: KL Rahul blastsa six to get going and Oshae Thomas suffers an injury while trying to stop a boundary. India are 10/0 after 1.4 overs.22:50 hrs IST: Some big hits from the West Indies lower order help them reach 146/6 after 20 overs. This will be a tricky chase for India.22:36 hrs IST: WICKET! First wicket for Rahul Chahar and Carlos Brathwaite falls. After getting hit for a mighty six, Brathwaite is caught by Washington Sundar. West Indies are 119/6 after 17.2 overs.22:29 hrs IST: WICKET! Saini gets the dangerman and he gets the full length delivery right. The ball swings away slightly and the ball crashes into the stumps. West Indies are 108/5 after 16 overs.22:24 hrs IST: Krunal Pandya is getting taken to the cleaners by Pollard. One Mumbai Indians knows another Mumbai Indians. Two sixes are hit and West Indies are 100/4 after 15 overs.22:21 hrs IST: Pollard is again hit on the pad by a full toss and India decide to review it. However, this time, it is sliding down the legisde. West Indies are 84/4 after 14 overs.22:15 hrs IST: WICKET! Navdeep Saini breaks the stand and Pooran falls. Good length ball angled across outside off, Pooran flashes at it and the edge is taken by Rishabh Pant. West Indies are 80/4 after 13.1 overs.22:09 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard and Nicholas Pooran’s partnership has crossed 50 and West Indies are 73/3 after 12 overs.22:03 hrs IST: Pollard is dealing in sixes and even Nicholas Pooran gets going with a six off Krunal Pandya. West Indies are 65/3 after 11 overs.21:58 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard blasts two sixes off Rahul Chahar, one to long on and one to wide long off and West Indies are 46/3 after nine overs.21:55 hrs IST: Washington Sundar is into the attack and he starts well. West Indies are 33/3 after eight overs.21:52 hrs IST: While Deepak bowls brilliantly, Rahul Chahar does not get off to an ideal start as Nicholas Pooran hits a four and West Indies are 30/3 after seven overs.21:47 hrs IST: Another excellent over from Deepak Chahar and he has figures of 3-1-4-3. West Indies are 22/3 after six overs.21:43 hrs IST: Kieron Pollard blasts a six off Bhuvneshwar Kumar and West Indies are 21/3 after five overs.21:36 hrs IST: WICKET! Deepak Chahar on fire. He again gets this fullish delivery to swing back in and Hetmyer is caught on the crease and is adjudged LBW. West Indies are tottering at 14/3 after 3.5 overs.21:33 hrs IST: WICKET! Chahar gets this length delivery to cut back in and Lewis is trapped in front. He is given out LBW and even the review cannot save him. West Indies are 13/2 after 3.1 overs.21:30 hrs IST: Evin Lewis flicks a boundary and then gets three runs to deep cover for three runs. West Indies are 13/1 after three overs.21:23 hrs IST: WICKET! West Indies lose a wicket early again. Good length ball outside off an Narine toe-ends the lofted shot to mid on. West Indies are 4/1 after 1.5 overs.21:19 hrs IST: Evin Lewis is finally off the mark in this series. West Indies are 1/0 after one overs.21:11 hrs IST: The rain has started again but it is only a brief spell and the covers are being removed.20:56 hrs IST: Here are the playing XIs of both teams1 KL Rahul, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Rishabh Pant (wk), 5 Manish Pandey, 6 Krunal Pandya, 7 Washington Sundar, 8 Deepak Chahar, 9 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 10 Rahul Chahar, 11 Navdeep SainiCarlos Brathwaite, Evin Lewis, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, ShimronHetmyer, Rovman Powell, Sunil Narine, Keemo Paul, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Fabian Allen20:51 hrs IST: India has won the toss and they will bowl. Rohit Sharma is resting while Rahul Chahar makes his debut. Deepak Chahar replaces Khaleel Ahmed.20:44 hrs IST: The toss will take place at 21:00 hrs IST. The match will begin at 21:25 hrs IST.20:30 hrs IST: Rahul Chahar will make his debut today. He was handed his cap by the Indian team. Proud moment for the Chahar family again.20:09 hrs IST: The next inspection will be at 11 AM local, which is 20:40 hrs local time. We might have a curtailed game.20:05 hrs IST: Rohit Sharma and Carlos Brathwaite are having a discussion with the umpires. Does it mean that Virat Kohli is not playing this match?19:55 hrs IST: There are still some dark clouds looming in the horizon. It is windy at the moment and the umpires are conducting an inspection. Some covers are still on the outfield.19:34 hrs IST: The outfield is still a bit wet but Providence is a quick drying ground. Not like the Bourda Oval where even a drizzle would result in knee-deep flooding.19:28 hrs IST: It has stopped raining in Providence, Guyana and the sun is out. The delay might not be too long.19:24 hrs IST: The conditions are still overcast. However, there is a tinge of grass on the wicket. The wicket in Guyana is traditionally slow and low and could assist the spinners.19:13 hrs IST: It is currently raining in Providence, Guyana. So, the toss will be delayed.19:10 hrs IST: West Indies has won just two T20I games in 2018 and 2019. They are yet to win a game this year and they will be hoping to break their jinx in Guyana.19:02 hrs IST: The final game in Providence could give India a chance to test out the likes of KL Rahul and the Chahar brothers. Maybe Ravindra Jadeja might be rested and Rishabh Pant might warm the benches after two poor shots in Florida.18:52 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the third and final Twenty20 International between India and West Indies from Providence stadium, Guyana. Virat Kohli’s side will be gunning for a 3-0 whitewash for the second consecutive time against the Windies. 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