West Indies all-rounder Roston Chase says they are better-prepared to tackle young Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw, whose initial onslaught had set the tone for their embarrassing defeat in the first Test.Young Shaw scored a century on debut, playing a key role in India’s big win in the series-opener.”I am sure our guys would have learnt quickly from what happened in the first Test and we will know some of the strengths of the young Shaw, who really took us apart early in the game. I am sure we will learn from our mistakes in the first game and move on smartly in the second game,” Chase said on the eve of the second Test.Hyderabad Test: Mayank Agarwal misses out again, India name unchanged 12-man squadWhile there is a plan in place for Shaw, Chase didn’t want to divulge.”We had a long chat after the first Test and came up with some plans. We discussed how we are looking to bowl at him in the second Test along with some of the other batters. I can’t obviously discuss our plans in the conference. I think we have a better idea of what we are looking to do against him.”West Indies skipper Jason Holder blasts critics: Don’t think they’ll ever shut upOne of the positives going into the second Test is the presence of senior-most pacer Kemar Roach and captain Jason Holder.Shaw has started his career on a good note but bigger challenges await: Gambhiradvertisement”It’s always good to have the captain back. I am not sure what the line-up will be for the next match. Can’t really say who is playing but it’s really good to have Kemar Roach back, a very senior player and brings a lot of experience to the team. So yeah, it’s good to have both of them back.”Prithvi Shaw a sharp guy but give him space to grow: Virat KohliChase also explained the reasons for his team’s batting debacle in the first Test.”Firstly, India scoring 600-odd runs. It was always going to be a hard task for us to comeback and surpass that score. I thought that on the first afternoon that we batted, guys were a bit tired having fielded so many overs. But after that, I thought we didn’t really apply ourselves on the pitch.Prithvi Shaw showed he belonged to the Test level: Sunil Gavaskar”We didn’t really mix the aggression with defence and weren’t really in control of some of the shots that we were playing. We attacked early and then when they set the field back, I thought that’s where we struggled after they took away our boundary options. I thought we didn’t really rotate the strike as well as we should, and that was what really led to our downfall.He also admitted that playing with two inexperienced pacers Keemo Paul and Sherman Lewis was also contributed to defeat as they were unable to control the rampaging Indian batsmen.”The bowling, it was always going to be hard coming in with two new very inexperienced bowlers, having lost our captain and Roach had to go back home. It was always going to hard to contain the batsmen, especially in the pace department. But it is Test cricket, you have to learn quickly.(With PTI inputs)
PRESS RELEASE – Directors and secretaries of the more than 30,000 delinquent companies on the company register may have their names, and that of the entities they operate, published on a quarterly basis as the Companies Office of Jamaica seeks to enforce compliance.Companies that will make the list for publication are those that the Agency’s compliance officers have made multiple attempts to engage through field visits, written and verbal correspondence.According to Heather Mae Sutherland, compliance manager at the COJ, “The Agency has had a challenge in getting company directors and secretaries to become compliant in filing the necessary documents as it relates to Annual Returns and change documents despite the manyefforts to educate and assist them in filing these documents.”Statistics from the COJ indicate that Kingston and St. Andrew account for approximately 72 per cent of the delinquency rate; as such Sutherland stated that “while the Agency will publish companies and the names of their officers from across the island there will be a focus on delinquent companies operating in the Corporate Area”.Sutherland continued: “Last year, we established a help desk and we had a Mobile at the Girl Guides Headquarters to facilitate filings from entities in the Corporate Area, and the turnout was not what we hoped for.Various forms of engagements were undertaken and the company officers identified said that they would come in but they didn’t.”Under the Companies Act, all registered companies have an obligation to file Annual Returns and change notices concerning the operation of the entity. The COJ as part of the initiative to enforce compliance will be targeting companies with multiple outstanding filings. Delinquent companies incur a maximum of $10,000 each year in late fees, in addition to the $5,000 filing Companies Office of Jamaica The Companies Office of Jamaica is an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce. fee. Companies that have ceased operation are required to make an application to be removed from the register pursuant to Section 337 of the Companies Act.The COJ’s compliance efforts include the Agency’s Mobile, which involves visiting parishes outside the Corporate Area to facilitate filings and registration. The Agency also has aCompliance Help Desk that can be accessed via appointments, along with its continued public education initiatives.