Tagged with: auction Donated goods Recycling 37 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Patrick Church at Giveacar. Photo: Luke Brown What do charities have to do to benefit?After signing up for free, our charity partners promote the scheme to their donors and supporters. It isn’t a requirement but it makes sense for them to do so. Advertisement What are the benefits of being a featured charity on your website?We feature a charity on our front page for six months at a time in order to keep the site fresh, and offer visitors a suggested charity to support if they haven’t yet chosen one. Although most donors have chosen, we know that featured charities do benefit form an increase in donations to them.British Heart Foundation is our fourth featured charity. They haven’t all been big charities either.We also offer advice to featured charities on how to make the most of the opportunity, with suggestions covering social media, promotion at events – we come to some of the featured charity’s events – and competitions. We make it clear too that some people will come to the site who are not yet in a position to donate a car.Which tactics have worked well for charities benefiting from Giveacar?Alzheimers Research Trust was the first featured partner and they found that internal promotion to staff, volunteers and shop volunteers worked particularly well.Also, we’ve found print media has been the most successful. So we produced some tailored marketing material for them, and the charity printed them out.How does Giveacar generate funds for charities?Once a donor hears about us and decides to donate their used car, they usually contact us. We’ve found most prefer to call us and speak to us. Some are suspicious of course, given that the car scrap industry hasn’t always had a good reputation.We arrange to pick up the car, and then we sell it for scrap or, if it is in good condition, we resell it at a trade auction. We usually get a much better price if we do the latter.We keep our costs low. There are only four of us in the office.How much can a car be worth?Of course it depends, but just this week we obliterated our record! A car was donated to an animal home run by the RSPCA and we sold it at auction for £13,000! Before that, our record had been £6,113.Of course, most cars don’t achieve that level of value. Not least because our most popular donation is a Ford Fiesta.But we have noticed that people are donating better quality cars, so we’re confident we can continue to increase the amount we raise for charities.How big is the used car market?It is hard to be precise but we estimate it is about 1.3 million cars a year, although not all are disposed of by legal means. Given that we handled 2,947 cars last year, we can see great potential for expanding what we do.We are in contact with a major car manufacturer so believe that will help us to increase the funds we raise for charities too.What next for Giveacar?One area of activity that we would love to do more of is ‘Giveacar Projects’. We are working with the Heal Kids Foundation to fund a particular project. As a result, they are half-way to building a school in Burma, all funded through Giveacar. Each car sold for the project raises about 1% of the cost of the school. We love being able to see the impact our activity is having, so plan to do more of this. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Interview with Giveacar’s Patrick Church As car donation programme Giveacar introduces the British Heart Foundation as its featured charity for the next six months, UK Fundraising spoke to the company’s General Manager Patrick Church about how it is helping charities.Which charities can benefit from Giveacar? Is it just the large national charities?Giveacar can be used to raise funds for any registered charity. The donor of the car chooses, and there is no charge for charities to be listed on the site. We are a not-for-profit social enterprise, and we arrange free collection of your car and then either sell it for scrap or at auction. We donate the proceeds to the chosen charity, after we deduct our administration fee. That is 25% of the car’s profit, plus 5% VAT. Howard Lake | 18 July 2014 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Clean Energy Wire:German politicians and the country’s heavy industry have welcomed the European hydrogen strategy presented by the European Commission, which closely mirrored Germany’s own strategy published last month.The Commission paper lays down a three-step plan, which starts with construction of electrolysers to produce green hydrogen for use in industries (steel, chemicals, refineries) up until 2024, followed by the creation of local hydrogen production hotspots, which will be linked to industrial users and buildings in so-called “hydrogen valleys”, by 2030.With increasing demand, these hotspots will be joined to create the backbone of a large European hydrogen infrastructure. Lastly, clean hydrogen technologies will reach maturity and are to be utilised at a large scale in heavy industry, such as steelmaking, between 2030 and 2050.The EU wants to see at least 6 gigawatts (GW) of renewable electrolyser capacity that can produce up to 1 million tonnes of renewable hydrogen realised by 2024 and 40 GW, producing 10 million tonnes, by 2030. The German plan aims for 5 GW by 2030.By 2050, cumulative investments in renewable hydrogen in Europe could be up to 180-470 billion euros, the Commission has calculated.[Kerstine Appunn]More: EU wants to become market leader in hydrogen technologies, create 1 million jobs EU releases plan for sharp increase in green hydrogen production capacity by 2030
Jacqueline Mary Meyer, age 74 passed away Monday, March 6, 2017 at her home in Brookville, IN. Born January 6, 1943 in Cincinnati, OH she was the daughter of Charles & Roberta (Homer) Knoephler.She retired from Cassono’s Pizza and was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Brookville, IN.Jacqueline is survived by her son Steven “Johnny” Meyer (Kathy) of Brookville, IN and daughters Judy Taylor (Kevin King) of Brookville, IN and Joann Skinner (John) of Shandon, OH. She will also be missed by 17 grandchildren, several great grandchildren and great great grandchildren and 4 sisters.Visitation will be Friday, March 0, 2017 from 9am-11am at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville, IN. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, 12 noon at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Brookville, IN. Burial will follow mass in Maple Grove Cemetery.Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Stock Cars – 1. Troy Jerovetz; 2. Steffan Carey; 3. Gene Henrie; 4. Andy Altenburg; 5. Tony Hill; 6. Kevin Roberts; 7. Jake Smith; 8. Nuggett Shupe; 9. Race Fisher; 10. Brendon LaBatte; 11. Chanse Hollatz; 12. Aaron Spangler; 13. Lonnie Foss. Thornton led every lap in winning the IMCA Modified feature on opening night of Winter Nationals at Cocopah Speedway. The victory came in the first sanctioned Modified event of the 2020 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing Season. Shelby Frye won the first Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature of the new season Thursday at Cocopah Speedway. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) Hobby Stocks – 1. Joshua Cordova; 2. Tim Gonska; 3. Brad King; 4. Eric Knutson; 5. Jason Beshears; 6. Nathan DeRagon; 7. Jason Penny; 8. Jason Duggins; 9. Scott Tenney; 10. Jim Robinson; 11. Kenzie Olsen; 12. Hunter Cavanagh; 13. Rick Hibbard; 14. Francisco Cordova; 15. Andy Pearce; 16. Oscar Duarte; 17. David Callis; 18. Jeffrey Callis; 19. Brian Johnson; 20. Scott Jeffrey. Jerovetz led start to finish in the Stock Car 20-lapper, outrunning Steffan Carey for the checkers. “B” feature winner Tom Berry Jr. started 16th and finished fourth while Hibdon completed the top five. Already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, Iowa transplant Thornton won for the 148th time in his IMCA Modified career. Runner-up was Jeff Taylor and Jake O’Neil challenged before finishing third. Cordova’s win came in front of Tim Gonska, 10th starting Brad King, 18th starting Eric Knutson and 11th starting Jason Beshears. SOMERTON, Ariz. (Jan. 9) – His return to his home state put $1,000 in Ricky Thornton Jr.’s bank account Thursday night. Northern SportMods – 1. Shelby Frye; 2. Tyler Inman; 3. Chris Toth; 4. Michael Johnson; 5. Miles Morris; 6. Manny Baldivez; 7. Joey Klemish; 8. Brian Carey; 9. David Pitt; 10. Camron Spangler; 11. Joshua Cordova; 12. Taylor Kuehl; 13. Brandyn Johnson; 14. Jimmy Davy; 15. Slade Pitt; 16. Douglas Hilkemann; 17. Javier Navarro; 18. Jimmy Wilson; 19. Mike Wells; 20. Ty Rogers; 21. Justin Brierley; 22. Tate Johnson; 23. Rex Higgins; 24. Ron Schreiner. Piloting Kollin Hibdon’s backup car, Thornton had started outside the front row. He walked away from the rest of the field following a lap 13 restart. Feature Results Ricky Thornton Jr. was the opening night IMCA Modified winner at Cocopah Speedway’s Winter Nationals. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) Modifieds – 1. Ricky Thornton Jr.; 2. Jeff Taylor; 3. Jake O’Neil; 4. Tom Berry Jr.; 5. Kollin Hibdon; 6. Bobby Hogge IV; 7. Marlyn Seidler; 8. Casey Arneson; 9. R.C. Whitwell; 10. Chaz Baca; 11. Austin Kuehl; 12. Justen Yeager; 13. Mark Carrell; 14. Lance Mari; 15. Bricen James; 16. Michael Thing; 17. Jessie Hoskins; 18. Kent Rosevear; 19. Tyson Evans; 20. Bobby Horton; 21. John Parmeley; 22. Doug Rivera; 23. Terry Hurt; 24. Tim Ward; 25. Jerry Flippo. Frye got the victory after being turned around by second-running Cody Thompson on the white flag lap in a Northern SportMod feature shortened by yellows. Tyler Inman, Chris Toth, 22nd starting Michael Johnson and Miles Morris completed the top five. Other winners in the lidlifter at Somerton were Iowan Troy Jervetz in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Shelby Frye in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods and defending track champion Joshua Cordova in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. Carey finished a car length off the pace. Gene Henrie, Andy Altenburg and Tony Hill were next across the stripe.
February 28, 2020 For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Associated Press VETERAN PRESENCE: Senior leadership could play a big role in the outcome of this game. Milan Acquaah, De’jon Davis, Ferron Flavors Jr., Brandon Boyd and Zach Pirog have combined to account for 73 percent of California Baptist’s scoring this season including 61 percent of the team’s points over its last five games. For Seattle, .OFFENSIVE THREAT: Terrell Brown has either made or assisted on 55 percent of all Seattle field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has accounted for 25 field goals and 17 assists in those games.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Redhawks have recently created baskets via assists more often than the Lancers. California Baptist has 29 assists on 78 field goals (37.2 percent) across its previous three outings while Seattle has assists on 33 of 76 field goals (43.4 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The California Baptist offense has scored 80.4 points per game this season, ranking the Lancers 13th nationally. The Seattle defense has allowed 72.2 points per game to opponents (ranked 229th).___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSeattle (14-14, 7-6) vs. California Baptist (20-8, 9-4)CBU Events Center, Riverside, California; Saturday, 10 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Seattle seeks revenge on California Baptist after dropping the first matchup in Seattle. The teams last played on Feb. 1, when the Lancers shot 36.7 percent from the field while limiting Seattle to just 28.4 percent on the way to the 72-65 victory. Seattle seeks revenge on California Baptist
Warriors free agent forward Kevin Durant plans to announce his free-agency destination at some point on Sunday night.According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Durant will announce his decisionon the account of his sports business show, The Boardroom. Among the suitors for Durant’s services are the Warriors, Knicks, Clippers and Nets.Source: Kevin Durant will announce his free agent decision tonight on his company … Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.
1 November 2013 South Africa has held steady in the World Bank’s annual scorecard on the ease of doing business around the world, released this week. The country was ranked 41st out of 189 economies around the world surveyed by the World Bank, which judges countries on 10 criteria that measure the time, cost and hassle involving in doing business. The World Bank’s 2014 report, titled Doing Business: Understanding Regulations for Small and Medium-Size Enterprises, sheds light on how easy (or difficult) it is for a local entrepreneur to open and run a small to medium-sized business when complying with the relevant regulations.How South Africa fared South Africa received points for its tax reforms, with its rating for paying taxes moving up two points to 24. The government made paying taxes easier for companies by replacing the secondary tax on companies with a dividend borne by shareholders. South Africa’s “distance to frontier” score also inched up in the rankings, to 70.93%. This measure represents the distance of each economy from the best performance observed on each of the topics. The country remains a strong performer when it comes to protecting investors (10), especially in the category “allowing access to all corporate documents before a trial”. Getting credit is becoming slightly more difficult in South Africa, however, with the country’s ranking dropping four places to 28th. South Africa is ranked at an impressive 39 for dealing with construction permits, and starting a business is also easier (53). The report notes that the country has lowered its registration fees and has substantially reduced its notary fees. Together with its Sub-Saharan partners, South Africa made progress in trading across borders, with its ranking improving four places to 106. Getting electricity in the country remains weak, however, at 150. While relatively simple procedurally, it takes too long at an average of 226 days, and is too expensive, the report finds. Global increase in regulatory reform The pace of business regulation reform in the past year has picked up, with 114 economies enacting 238 reforms, against 108 economies and 201 reforms in 2011-12. “This year, we see a higher number of reforms – 18% more – the second-highest number since the financial crisis,” said Rita Ramalho, programme manager for Doing Business at the World Bank Group. “This pick-up in pace of regulatory reform is good news particularly for small and medium-size businesses – the main job creators in many parts of the world.” In Africa, 66% of countries enacted at least one reform last year, against 33% in 2005. Nine African countries are among the top 20 most improved in terms of business regulations since 2009: Benin, Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Togo. Rwanda, in fact, rates as the most improved country worldwide since 2005. Sub-Saharan Africa is home to nine of the 20 economies narrowing the gap with the regulatory frontier, the most since 2009. Low-income economies narrowed this gap twice as much as high-income economies did, the World Bank says. Singapore retained its No 1 spot in the overall rankings for the eighth straight year. Hong Kong, New Zealand, the US, Denmark, Malaysia, the Republic of Korea, Georgia, Norway and the UK make up the top 10 countries with the most business-friendly regulatory environments. Reuters reports that an independent panel set up by the World Bank and headed by South Africa’s planning minister, Trevor Manuel, has recommended that the practice of ranking be scrapped because it can too easily be affected by small factors and is sometimes not objective. However, the World Bank says the ratings should be considered in the broader context of how much countries have improved their business regulations, and should not be taken as representative of every factor that impacts economic growth. “Doing Business is not about less regulation but about better regulation,” the World Bank says in the report. SA’s 2014 rankings 2013 rankings in brackets. Doing Business 2014: Download the full report Starting a business: 64 (56)Dealing with construction permits: 26 (25)Getting electricity: 150 (151)Registering property: 99 (95)Getting credit: 28 (24)Protecting investors: 10 (10)Paying taxes: 24 (26)Trading across borders: 106 (110)Enforcing contracts: 80 (80)Resolving insolvency: 82 (82) SAinfo reporter
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Continued dry weather aided fieldwork, but too little soil moisture is beginning to become a hindrance to crop emergence and conditions, according to Cheryl Turner, Ohio State Statistician of the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. There were 5.7 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending June 19th. Far Western and Northeast Ohio were reported as abnormally dry on the US Drought Monitor released Thursday. Sporadic storms passed from Cincinnati to Akron on Wednesday and Thursday, dropping localized heavy amounts and causing minor flooding. Some hail was reported. Producers are largely finished with planting, though some double crop soybeans will be planted after wheat harvest. Crop emergence is steady but uneven in quality, as the lack of available moisture is hurting some fields. Producers are worried that if the dry weather continues, crop damage will result. With the planting finished, growers are focusing on applying nitrogen to corn, spraying herbicide, and cutting hay. Hay making is going very well with the dry weather, with alfalfa in particular in great condition.Read the full report here
As you can see, there are a ton of options for working with rolling titles and credits in Premiere Pro. Experiment and have fun with it! Use a transition – perhaps the default Cross Dissolve – at the start and the end of your title. This will fade it in and fade it out for that professional look you’re after. When your titles come to an end, Premiere Pro will want to start from the beginning of your whole timeline which is a bit of a pain. So, trim your work area bar to just the length of your titles plus a little of the previous clip. This will allow you to see the transition for clip to title without having to go back to the start of the timeline. Rolling titles are a must for any professional film production. There are a few things that you need to know in Adobe Premiere Pro to make the process of creating rolling titles an easier one.Titles can be created in a number of ways in Adobe Premiere Pro.You could, for example, use the keyboard shortcut: CONTROL + T (PC) or COMMAND + T (Mac). You could click the ‘new items’ button at the bottom of the project panel or access the title tool through the menu bar – File > New > Title.*These options are great for a static title, but what about a rolling one? From the menu bar choose Title > New Title > Default Roll.The advantage of doing it this way is that it will create a new title with the right options in place for setting up the roll.*Note: if you want to convert a static title into a rolling one click the Roll/Crawl option box……and select the ‘Roll’ option in the dialogue box that appears:Don’t worry about the other options just yet, we’ll come to them later.Creating a Text Area in PremiereNext, we need to create a text area. Rather than just selecting the text tool and starting to type – which will create ‘point text’ (text that continues off the screen and will not wrap around) – you need to create ‘area text‘ and this can be done in one of two ways.First, you could select the Area Type Tool……and then drag out an area from the top left of the inner box (called the title safe area) to the bottom right of the same inner box. Simply click inside this area to add text.Another option is to drag the Standard Text Tool inside the box in the same way:Then, when you have finished the text cursor should be flashing. If it isn’t, just click in the new area you have created with the standard ‘T’ text tool and you are ready to start creating your titles.Font, size, etc are all up to you, but for this example I used a very large font and started to type out some names until they went off screen.Once text has gone off screen you get the little ‘+’ sign, which is simply telling you that there is more text than shown. S o, how do you show that text to create the rolling title?Rolling Titles in PremiereFirst, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE TEXT TOOL SELECTED!I have seen people really struggle to create a rolling title in the past because they have the wrong tool selected when they do this next step. It is very important that you have the text tool selected or else you will not be able to create a rolling title.Secondly, hold the Control Key (on PC) or Command Key (on Mac), and drag the handle at the middle of the bottom of the screen until you can see the next text (as shown below)…HandlesAbove I have shown the handles that will appear all around the screen when you hit the CTL/CMD key. To create the rolling title choose the middle bottom ‘handle’.Drag ArrowWhen you hover over that handle you will get this up/down arrow. Click and hold your mouse button and drag down until you see all the text you have created so far. When you let go you will see something like the following.After Dragging the HandleNow it moves into a process of repeating the same thing over and over. Type the next names in until they go off screen and then hold the CTL/CMD key and drag down and let go when you can see all the text.Lastly, when you’ve got all your list of credits into the title, hit return a few time then CTL/CMD drag down to a point where the names are off the top of the screen and you can type something like:Copyright 2012All rights reservedNote, if you want the © symbol on a PC the shortcut is Alt + 0169 on the main keyboard. For a MAC the shortcut is Alt + G.OK, now you’ve set up the title, use that scroll bar on the right-hand side to preview how your title will look. If something looks wrong, change it! If a name is still on screen at the top when you get to the end of the scroll – add in another line. If the copyright notice is too low, CTL/CMD + drag down just enough to get it in the right place – but be careful not to drag too much!Roll/Crawl Options in PremiereWhen you are happy with the way it scrolls, you are ready to move to the next stage – those roll/crawl options I previously mentioned.Roll/Crawl Options… and let’s have a look at each of these options in detail.PrerollHow long after the title appears do you want the title to wait before it starts rolling up the screen?For me, I usually choose the ‘Start Off Screen’ option and have the title background appear first and then have the text start to roll up from below the bottom.However, if you want the text to start on the screen and then start to roll up choose a Preroll amount IN FRAMES – not seconds! So, if you are working with NTSC (US and Japan) that would be 30 frames per second. For PAL (UK, Europe and much of the rest of the world) that would be 25 frames per second. Thus, if you wanted the text to stay put for 2 seconds before it started to roll you would type 60 (NTSC) or 50 (PAL) into the Preroll box.Ease-InHow slowly do you want to text to start moving?For example, if you have 0 in this box the text will start to move at once with no ‘easing’ which can look very amateur!What you want (if you start with the text on the screen) is the text to smoothly start to scroll up the screen starting very slowly and getting faster. So, if you wanted it to accelerate over say 1 second you would type 30 (NTSC) or 25 (PAL) in the Ease-In box.End Off Screen means that the text will simply continue up off the screen without stopping at any point.However, for me, I like the copyright notice and any logo that I may have added to stop at the end of the roll and wait for a while before the title ends. To do this, we need to use both the Ease-Out and the Postroll functions.Ease-OutOver what time would you like your title to slow down to a complete stop?I usually choose 2 seconds for this which would mean adding 60 (NTSC) or 50 (PAL) into this box.PostrollHow long do you want this title to stay still for at the end of your title roll?If you have an important notice or a copyright notice or a logo at the end you probably want to have it stay on screen for at least 3 seconds if not more. So in the Postroll box I would type 90 (NTSC) or 75 (PAL).So, a typical set up for the title starting off the bottom of the screen, then scrolling up and slowing down to a stop and waiting on screen for 3 seconds would look like this:Once you’ve made your choices, click OK and then shut down the title creation window. The new rolling title is now sitting in your project panel waiting to be added to your timeline like any other asset.Rolling Title SpeedNow, the speed of your title – how fast it actually scrolls up the screen – is completely in your hands. You can trim the title in the normal way by adjusting the clip length.Trimming the TitleHowever, you must bear something in mind…You have already specified that the title needs 5 seconds to slow down and stop on screen because we chose 2 seconds for ease-out and 3 seconds for postroll.This means that if the title is only 5 seconds long on your timeline that all the names will go through so fast you won’t even notice them before the titles slow down and stop! So, trim the length of your title out to the point whereby the names scroll up at the speed you want them to scroll up. You may need 20 – 50 seconds for even a small number of names – so try it out. Trim and have a look to make sure it’s what you want.Lastly, a couple of quick tips for rolling titles in Premiere Pro:
Usain Bolt will take on Team India’s Yuvraj Singh in a unique cricket face-offJamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt will make his maiden visit to India early next month, not to race but to compete in a cricket face-off against India discard Yuvraj Singh here.Both the Puma ambassadors are coming together for the event on September 2, organised by the sportswear giants at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. “Puma brings Usain Bolt down for a one-of-a-kind cricket face-off between two sporting legends. For the first time ever, watch the Fastest Man on Earth — Usain Bolt, challenge Yuvraj Singh to an exclusive cricket showdown at Chinnaswamy Stadium on September 2,” said a media release issued today.The face-off has been titled ‘Bolt and Yuvi – Battle of the Legends’. The 28-year-old sprint superstar from Jamaica, a multiple Olympic and world champion, is an ardent cricket lover and had expressed his desire in the past to play in the Indian Premier League as a fast bowler.Bolt ran his season ending race three days ago in Warsaw, Poland by clocking a new world indoor best time of 9.98 secs to win the 100m race in the 5th Warszawski Memorial Kamili Skolimowskie. The time, clocked in the main football stadium under a closed roof, bettered the previous mark of 10.05 secs of Frankie Fredricks.Bolt had recently revealed that he will put back his planned retirement until 2017 at the request of his sponsors. The six-time Olympic gold medallist and 100m and 200m world record holder had earlier intended to retire from the track after the 2016 Rio Olympics. It was learnt that Athletics Federation of India has no role in Bolt’s maiden visit to the country.advertisement”We have no role in Bolt’s visit to India. He is a PUMA ambassador, so too Yuvraj,” an AFI official said. Left-handed flashy all-rounder Yuvraj was awarded the Man of the Series trophy in India’s triumph in the 50-over World Cup in 2011.