If disruption was perhaps the most overused word of the past year, there was good reason for it. A year that witnessed immense churn-social, technological and political-has been an unsettling one for the global order and, by extension, for the personalities that stride the corridors of power, whether in Silicon,If disruption was perhaps the most overused word of the past year, there was good reason for it. A year that witnessed immense churn-social, technological and political-has been an unsettling one for the global order and, by extension, for the personalities that stride the corridors of power, whether in Silicon Valley, Washington DC or Whitehall.Great strides have been made in the tech world this past year, especially in new fields such as Artificial Intelligence. Yet, it has been a public debate on privacy and the manipulation of technology, for instance, to disseminate fake news, that has dominated our attention. And two tech giants, with two global Indians at the helm, have been at the centre of the debate.The political churn has seen its own contradictions. Growing anti-immigrant and anti-globalisation sentiment has seen the rise of new immigrant political voices. The daughter of Punjabi immigrants has cemented her place as one of the most influential players in a White House that has openly spoken of curtailing opportunities for Indian immigrants, while a junior Senator from California cemented her emergence as a rising star for the Democratic nomination in 2020. Increasingly, global Indians are finding themselves on both sides of the debate, defying both stereotype and convention. Their voices are having an ever greater say in resolving the big questions of our time.#1 Sundar Pichai, 45, CEO, Google Inc.Future clickGoogle CEO Sundar PichaiBecause he has become the most coveted tech CEO in the world, with his humility and foresight leaving him fortified against the global anger being aimed at the hubris of Silicon Valley’s giants (we’re looking at you, Mark Zuckerberg)advertisementBecause last year he bet big on Artificial Intelligence-which he declared would be a more disruptive invention “than fire or electricity”-and positioned Google to become the world’s leader in AI, from self-driving cars to machine learningBecause he has shown Silicon Valley and Corporate America that you don’t need to be arrogant to be successfulFighting fake news – Google and YouTube haven’t been entirely shielded from the public anger on internet sites spreading fake news. Google this year said it would no longer show search results from sites that masked their origin#2 Satya Nadella, 50 CEO, Microsoft CorpWindows of opportunityBecause in the past year he has done more to revive the sleeping tech giant than anyone thought possible, including achieving the ultimate mission impossible-making Microsoft cool againBecause he has achieved the balancing act of making Windows 10 a success-last year it crossed a remarkable 700 million users-while also ensuring the company is no longer reliant on its best known productBecause he is making Microsoft a leader in some of the world’s newest emerging industries, from cloud-based services to Artificial IntelligenceBecause he has in three years made Microsoft one of the most valuable companies, adding by some accounts more than $250 billion in valueWord-smith Nadella’s September 2017 book Hit Refresh provides an honest introspection of his journey of self-discovery and how he has refreshed both his personal mission and corporate responsibility#3 Nikki Haley, 46, United States Ambassador to the United NationsTrump towerUnited States Ambassador to the United NationsBecause she has not only survived a turbulent first year for the Donald Trump administration but emerged stronger and as a trusted confidante of the embattled PresidentBecause she enjoys the ear of Trump and is among the most influential voices on American foreign policy today, including as a trusted channel for foreign diplomats amid the chaos of the Trump White HouseBecause the only second Indian-American governor has navigated with ease the ‘swamp’ of Washington DC, and emerged victorious from a long-running feud with her now former boss Rex Tillerson, who was fired as Secretary of State in MarchTwitter Ambassador Haley’s a prolific and candid tweeter, just like the tweeter-in-chief at the White House, and to her 1.45 million followers holds forth on everything from matters of state to the Grammy Awards#4 Gopichand P. Hinduja, 78, Co-Chairman, Hinduja GroupFortune’s findGopichand P. Hinduja (Photo: Getty Images)Because the influential tycoon, along with brother Srichand P. Hinduja, added ?3 billion to his net worth, topping Britain’s ‘Sunday Times Rich List’ in 2017Because of the continuing expansion of the conglomerate, which includes Ashok Leyland and IndusInd Bank, with the latest project this year being the first Raffles luxury hotel in London, set to be completed in 2020ROYAL AMBITION The Hindujas are said to live in central London in a $300 million mansion overlooking the quaint St James’ Park, next to Buckingham Palaceadvertisement#5 Lakshmi N. Mittal, 67, Chairman and CEO, ArcelorMittalForging aheadLakshmi MittalBecause the steel tycoon has ceaselessly pushed to expand his already considerable empire, with his latest gambit a bid for Essar Steel to expand his footprint in India, and wields considerable influence in Britain’s relations with IndiaBecause he last year increased his net worth, despite the global troubles plaguing the steel industry, and is now valued at 14.6 billion, according to the ‘Sunday Times Rich List’, making him the second richest person in Britain after the Hinduja brothersFORGING IDEAS The Mittal family last year donated $25 million to Harvard University’s South Asia Institute, which will now be known as the Lakshmi Mittal South Asia Institute#6 Indra Nooyi, 62, Chairperson and CEO, PepsiCoVoice of AmericaIndra NooyiBecause she emerged last year as one of America’s most fearless business leaders, speaking out on issues from women’s rights to immigrationBecause she quit Donald Trump’s high-level strategy forum to express her opposition to his meek reaction to a far-right rally in CharlottesvilleBecause of her successful decade-long tenure at the helm of one of the world’s largest companiesDRINKS BREAK Nooyi will this year become the first-ever independent director of the International Cricket Council. She revealed on her appointment that she played the sport in high school and college#7 Shantanu Narayen, 55 Chairman, President and CEO, Adobe SystemsTechno-logicShantanu NarayenBecause in his first year as chairman in 2017, the technology giant grew from strength to strength, with its digital revenues up 30 per cent in the last quarter and set to cross a record $6 billion annually, underlining his status as among the most sought after tech CEOsBecause of the company’s successful transition, going beyond its roots in well-known products to offering web-based subscriptions and some of the most advanced cloud-based servicesSouthern comfort Like Google’s Sundar Pichai, Narayen is another Hyderabadi at the top of the tech world, and first started his tech career with rival Apple before moving to Adobe#8 Leo Varadkar, 39, Prime Minister, IrelandIrish SpringIreland PM Leo Varadkar (Photo: Reuters)Because he became the first-ever immigrant and openly gay prime minister of Ireland, in a strong message for tolerance and openness, when Britain and Europe are dealing with an anti-immigrant backlashBecause his bold stance on gay rights-he revealed his sexual orientation in a January 2015 interview-is said to have played a big role in the predominantly Catholic country voting in favour of same sex marriage later that yearHOMECOMING Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited him to visit India this year along with his family and father Ashok, who hails from Mumbai and moved to Britain to work in a hospital in the 1960s#9 Kamala Harris, 54, United States SenatorThe next big thingUS Senator Kamala HarrisBecause she is fast becoming one of the most prominent leaders of the Democratic Party as it struggles to fill the post-Hillary Clinton vacuum and combat Donald Trump ahead of the forthcoming mid-term electionsBecause the first Indian-American to be elected to the Senate is rumoured to be considering a bid for President in 2020advertisementBecause of her support for immigrants amid Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoricNO LOVE LOST Harris made her feelings towards Trump clear when asked by TV host Ellen, “If you had to be stuck in an elevator with either President Trump, (Vice President) Mike Pence or (Attorney General) Jeff Sessions, who would it be?” She replied, “Does one of us have to come out alive?” The Right, needless to say, was incensed#10 Yusuf Hamied, 81, Chairman, CiplaThe healerYusuf Hamied (Photo: Getty Images)Because the revolutionary founder of the drugmaker remains a towering presence in the pharma industry and last year began to spread his firm’s reach into the US, the home of big pharma that has long waged war on generic drugsBecause he was in October 2017 awarded by Columbia University in the US “for his extraordinary humanitarian and social efforts and pioneering role in the fight against HIV and AIDS”, underlining how even big pharma-dominated America has come round to appreciating his company’s role as a supplier of cheap vital drugs to millions in Asia and AfricaFAMOUS FRIENDSHIP Born in Vilnius to a Lithuanian mother, Hamied grew up in Mumbai and counted Zubin Mehta among his childhood friends. Cipla celebrated its founder’s 81st birthday in July 2017 by tweeting a childhood photograph of the two together#11 Fareed Zakaria, 55, JournalistWorld’s GPSFareed ZakariaBecause he was the go-to voice for the world in making sense of the chaotic first year of the Trump presidency, through his widely watched show on CNN and his columns in The Washington PostBecause he has been a forceful advocate for globalisation and a liberal America that embraces rather than shuns immigrants, pushing back at the rising nativism of Trump’s AmericaMUMBAI INDIAN Born in Mumbai, Fareed’s father Rafiq Zakaria was a well-known Congress party leader and scholar while mother Fatima is a journalist#12 Kal Penn, 41, ActorScripting changeActor Kal PennBecause he is Hollywood’s most influential South Asian and has continued to reinvent himself as an actor, most recently in the critically acclaimed television drama Designated SurvivorBecause of his political activism and determination to speak out, including resigning this year from the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, an advisory committee to the White House, to protest Donald Trump’s equivocating response to a right-wing rally in VirginiaLOUDER THAN WORDS When Penn received racist abuse on Instagram after commenting on Trump’s ‘anti-Muslim’ travel ban, he started a crowdfunding page for Syrian refugees in his abuser’s name and ended up raising $870,000#13 Ajay Banga, 58, President and CEO, MastercardSwipe to successAjay BangaBecause one of the world’s biggest global payments companies has not only ridden the wave of digital disruption but become among the most innovative online payment companies, leading the charge towards a cashless society with new services, such as MasterpassBecause he has emerged as one of America’s most influential corporate voices, serving on former US President Barack Obama’s advisory council and last year advising President Donald Trump at his tech CEOs summitFAMILY TIES His father, Harbhajan Singh Banga, was a decorated lieutenant general of the Indian Army who fought in the 1965 and 1971 wars#14 MINDY KALING, 38, Actor Laughter clubMINDY KALING (Photo: Getty Images)Because the American actor, born Mindy Choka-lingam to Tamil parents, has established herself as one of Hollywood’s freshest comedic and writing talents, starring this year in fantasy film A Wrinkle in Time along with Oprah Winfrey and Reese WitherspoonShe has broken American stereotypes of ethnic (particularly Indian) roles on TV, through her critically acclaimed show, The Mindy ProjectBecause Kaling, riding on the success of The Mindy Project, which ended last year after six seasons, is already working on a fresh show, to be aired on NBCFAMILY TIES Kaling’s lead character on The Mindy Project, where she plays a gynaecologist, is inspired by her mother. Both her parents were doctors who met while working in Nigeria#15 Anish Kapoor, 64, ArtistArtful activistArtist Anish Kapoor (Photo: Getty Images)Because he underlined his status last year as the world’s most sought after sculptor-artist, whose every installation becomes a front-page event and source of debate, the latest being the ‘Cloud Column’ in Houston, United StatesBecause he has used his public profile to speak out on issues-immigration to gun violence-and last year said he was “disgusted” by the National Rifle Association using his Cloud Gate in an adVIRTUAL ARTISTRY Kapoor last year unveiled his first ever Virtual Reality piece at Art Basel Hong Kong that sends users tumbling down a black hole into space#16 Homi Bhabha, 68, ScholarCulture kingScholar Homi Bhabha (Photo: Getty Images)Because the Harvard University professor of humanities remains one of the world’s leading public intellectuals and post-colonial thinkers, whose writing has reshaped how we understand culture, migration and identityBecause he has been a forceful advocate, in India and the United States, of greater support for the humanities as liberal arts institutions come under increasing pressure, both financially and from governmentsDampener- As influential as Bhabha’s work on culture has been, his dense writing has brought him criticism#17 Ajit Pai, 45 Chairman, US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)The heavy handAjit PaiBecause he is the first Indian-American to head America’s powerful media regulator, appointed by Donald Trump at a time when the country is roiled by debates on fake news, net neutrality and culture warsBecause he is at the centre of what critics are calling Trump’s war on the media, dubbed ‘Trump’s soldier’ by a news outlet for refusing to probe a right-leaning media group for distorting newsCalled out Pai found himself in the crosshairs of TV host John Oliver for siding with broadband companies in the net neutrality debate. Oliver said what was “dangerous” about Pai was that “he presents himself as a fun, down-to-earth nerd”#18 Rakesh Kapoor, 59, CEO, Reckitt BenckiserCorporate gladiatorRakesh Kapoor (Photo: Getty Images)Because he is among the elite group of Indians at the helm of a European conglomerate, whose brands range from Dettol to DurexBecause he is one of the United Kingdom’s highest-paid CEOs, even with his much-praised voluntary pay cut of ?11 million from his astounding ?24 million remunerationBecause he will, in 2018, decide the future of some of the world’s most well-known brands, after his most challenging year at the helm of the company as it takes forward the $17 billion acquisition of the children’s nutrition giant Mead JohnsonLoyalty rewards- The alumnus of Delhi’s Modern School joined Reckitt way back in 1987, and his appointment to the top job came a quarter century later#19 Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar, 56 and 54, ActorsComic successMeera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Photo: Getty Images)Because the power couple of British television continues to soar from strength to strength, with a string of successes over the past decade, starting with their humble beginnings in the hit show Goodness Gracious MeBecause Bhaskar will be returning this year for the third season as the dogged detective in the British crime TV show Unforgotten, while Syal will star in a new BBC divorce drama, The SplitDynamic duo – Their award-winning show The Kumars at No. 42 was such a hit that it spawned Greek, Russian and Pakistani imitations#20 Radhika Jones, 44, Editor-in-Chief, Vanity FairChic litRadhika Jones (Photo: Getty Images)Because in November she took over one of journalism’s legendary jobs from one of the profession’s most celebrated editors Graydon CarterBecause she is among the few Indian-origin journalists at the helm of an American media powerhouseIn the family – Radhika’s sister, Nalini Jones, is the author of What You Call Winter, a collection of short stories set in India and America
Good weather and some great entertainment are being credited for record breaking attendance at the just concluded Plymouth County Fair.Fair President Rich Benson says Saturday’s one-day attendance was estimated at 32,500 and fair officials estimated Sunday’s at 20,000 to bring the total attendance for the “Five Best Days of Summer” to 111,500.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/PLYFAIR.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC………make it great. ;10New attractions, such as the addition of helicopter rides, gave fair-goers a new experience.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/PLYFAIR2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC…………constantly going. :14Benson says the annual auction on Sunday afternoon raised about $25,000 for the fair.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppPort of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. 5November, 2016 – Exposure to toxic chemicals found in household cleaning products, processed foods and even clothing can severely damage a person’s health. Dr. Ahmad Khan, Director, Basel Convention Regional Centre for Training and Technology Transfer for the Caribbean (BCRC-Caribbean) stated that some pesticides, cleaning agents and industrial chemicals contain hazardous properties, which can cause cancer, developmental delays, dysfunction of the reproductive organs and reduce immunity.Dr Khan explained that one particular group of these toxic chemicals is referred to as Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPS). He added that exposure to POPS can be through direct contact with the chemicals, consumption of contaminated foods or environmental exposure (by air, water and soil). In light of this, Dr Khan emphasized the need for the Caribbean region to make the management of toxic chemicals to protect human health and the environment a priority.Recognizing the importance of this issue, the BCRC-Caribbean, in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), prepared a project document outlining the work required to strengthen the capacity of Caribbean countries to manage POPS. They also approached the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and were successful in acquiring approximately US$8 million dollars to support the project. The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) will implement the necessary activities to assist eight (8) Caribbean territories update their National Implementation Plans (NIPs) for POPS management, which includes the conduct of in-country POPs inventories and related capacity development.Dr. Khan said “The BCRC-Caribbean is committed to deliver services to our member Parties under the four ‘chemicals’ Conventions (Basel, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Minamata) that govern the environmentally sound management of hazardous wastes and chemicals. Through the successful implementation of this regional project, we will be able to establish the extent of new POPs in our countries and more importantly develop Action Plans to target the elimination and/or reduction in the use of these particularly harmful chemicals.”CARPHA Executive Director, Dr. C. James Hospedales, also pledged his commitment to reducing the Region’s risk. He said “The execution of this project will help strengthen the capacities of Member States to better manage hazardous chemicals with a view to implementing environmentally sound mechanisms for the storage, abandonment of use, identification of alternatives to use and final disposal/destruction of these types of chemicals.”In addition, the BCRC-Caribbean will host a Regional Workshop from November 8-10, 2016 in Trinidad and Tobago to initiate an update of the participating countries’ NIPs, POPs inventories and related capacity development. During the workshop, conducted by CARPHA, country representatives will present an update on the status of implementation of their NIP Action Plans.The regional representatives will receive training on the assessment of ‘new’ POPs. CARPHA experts will follow up the workshop by assisting investigations in each participating country to update the NIPs.Countries benefitting from this project are Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago. Related Items: Background The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from chemicals that remain intact in the environment for long periods, become widely distributed geographically, accumulate in the fatty tissue of humans and wildlife, and have harmful impacts on human health or on the environment.The Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal is the most comprehensive global environmental treaty on hazardous and other wastes. It aims to protect human health and the environment against the adverse effects resulting from the generation, management, transboundary movements and disposal of hazardous and other wastes.The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is the Region’s collective response to strengthening and reorienting our health system approach to address the changing nature of public health challenges. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
FortisTCI ready for the building boom and consumer demand for electricity; plans in place and new ones coming says CEO Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Editorial: Listen to your Mama Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, November 16, 2017 – Providenciales – FortisTCI today dispatches a team of five men from its Transmission and Distribution department to help storm battered Dominica and it includes an apprentice. The announcement was made on Wednesday that the crew will assist DOMLEC, the electricity supplier there, with getting the island which was pounded in Hurricane Maria, back online.FortisTCI explained that the request for assistance came through the Company’s membership with the Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC), an association of electric services, and other stakeholders operating in the electricity industry in the Caribbean region, Central and South America and globally. CARILEC is known locally as having assisted the Turks and Caicos Islands back in 2008 following Hurricane Ike, sending 40 utility workers to help rebuild the Transmission & Distribution network on Grand Turk.Now it is our turn to help and FortisTCI President and CEO Eddinton Powell said, “We are thankful to be in this position. We recently completed the restoration of electricity across Turks and Caicos, and we can now extend a helping hand elsewhere in the region. It is important that we support where and when we can. Dominica needs our help right now, and I could not be more proud of the team from FortisTCI that has volunteered to go and help restore electricity to the citizens and residents there. FortisTCI is sending well wishes to everyone, and we know that our colleagues will do a superb job.”Senior journeymen linemen Kavin Ewing and Aneil Lightbourne, a 3rd-year apprentice Jeffery Desir, and the Manager of Environmental Health and Safety Marcus Francis and Gregory Thomas will go for three weeks to Dominica, where 25 people were killed as a result of the hurricane.#MagneticMediaNews#FortisTCI#FortissendinghelptoDominica Premier salutes FortisTCI on round the clock work to restore electricity and visits 14 resorts after June 4 black out Related Items:#FortissendinghelptoDominica, #magneticmedianews, FORTIStci
With another steady performance at Bournemouth, Jose Mourinho is slowly taking back Manchester United’s real level of performance.It appears that the start of the season for Manchester United is slowly turning into a thing of the past to Jose Mourinho and his players, the Red Devils proved today that they are back in a positive dynamic with their performance at Bournemouth.Pretty much all the players who had been struggling this season, were the ones who delivered on the promise that they would massively improve their game.Even Alexis Sanchez was great today and he was the most criticized player until now, we are going to have to dissect the individual performances of several players because they have completely changed the switch and they should arrive at the Manchester Derby with great confidence.The best player for United was French winger Anthony Martial, he has taken over the leading role in the team’s offensive moments and he shared it with Alexis Sanchez today.Both players had been extremely criticized this season because they didn’t start on a very good note, today’s performance was a vindication of their talent and proof that Jose Mourinho has recovered both in the team’s benefit for the rest of the season.The squad was even capable of coming back from an initial negative result, as the Cherries scored first through [email protected], @AnthonyMartial, @MarcusRashford and @LukeShaw23 are today’s #MUFC Man of the Match nominees!🗳️ Vote now in our official app: https://t.co/glfzTiLXYO pic.twitter.com/pFtoRI31qw— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018But that goal was one of the few good moments that Bournemouth had, Manchester United dominated throughout the rest of the game and were brilliant up front with all the players who came to Vitality Stadium quite inspired.Martial was the one who scored the equalizer before halftime, he did it after Alexis Sanchez sent a cross from the right wing and struck the ball low for his goal.Getting that result wasn’t going to be an easy task for the Mancunians, they were always dangerous up front through Paul Pogba’s inspired night but the Cherries defense proved that they wouldn’t give away the result so easily.Alexis kept the role as the player who pulled back all the defenders with his movements, something that gave the rest of the strikers a little more freedom, especially during the second half as the Red Devils improved vastly thanks to Jose Mourinho’s modifications as the clock kept ticking.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…Pogba understood that he was going to have to keep the ball through more prolonged moments of the game, he was able to read the game and was able to lead his teammates to complete dominance during the second half.The sensation after Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera got in the game during the final 35 minutes of the game, was that Manchester United would win the game.We’re #MUFC – we fight until the end 👊 pic.twitter.com/x5F46GXwOi— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018The crucial moment of the night came until the very last minute, Manchester United never surrendered and was able to take the pressure in without letting Bournemouth breathe after every single ball they lost.The final play came from a beautiful cross that Paul Pogba got on the box with a soft elevated ball, both Martial and Rashford were waiting inside the box with many Cherries’ defenders covering them.The English forward was the lucky one who got to score the winning goal, he could strike a loose ball inside the box and buried the ball that gave Manchester United those three points that leaves them with 20 on the table and still with a great opportunity to fight for the title.With this victory, the Red Devils remain only six points behind leaders Manchester City only one week before the Manchester Derby at Etihad Stadium.However, Pep Guardiola’s side could still move 9 points past United if they beat Southampton this Sunday.It’s exciting to know that Jose Mourinho’s squad is slightly recovered from the poor form they were showing a few weeks ago, they will at least try to compete against the Citizens and maybe even get a positive result if they are lucky next week.Man. Like. Rashford. #MUFC #BOUMUN pic.twitter.com/MKBBwZrDzH— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018How would you qualify Manchester Unite’s performance at Bournemouth this Saturday? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.
Schalke 04 manager Domenico Tedesco insists his focus is on the game against Lokomotiv Moscow rather the weekend’s game against Augsburg.Tedesco insists rotating his team wouldn’t make the game unimportant, even though Schalke have already secured a place in the second round:“We need a certain freshness, the boys have put a lot in. We definitely want to win the game, and the Augsburg game on Saturday isn’t playing a role. We’ve got enough time to freshen up before then.” Tedesco said according to the club’s official website.Speaking about the club’s loss to rivals Borussia Dortmund:“Every defeat hurts, but a derby loss hurts even more. I have to be the engine and push the boys. We have to roll up our sleeves and go full throttle,” said Tedesco.Report: UEFA Champions League group D George Patchias – August 29, 2019 Champions League group D may not be the group of death but it is too close to call.UEFA.com officially announced Champions League group D…He also added that the criticism of his team following their poor start to the Bundesliga season: “We have to accept our current situation and I’ll face that.”The game on Tuesday will also have more significance, as Schalke face two former players.“The fans haven’t forgotten Jefferson Farfan and Benedikt Höwedes’ performances. I’m sure that it’ll be nice for the two of them as well. Höwedes was captain and an outstanding player for years. Farfan was a very strong finisher. We have to try to defend against them as well as possible,” added Tedesco.Tedesco also spoke about how strong Lokomotiv Moscow are defensive: “They defended well and were very focused on not letting anything happen. We have to be just as good as we were in this game, if not better.”