With new border crossing requirements coming on June 1, state officials are urging businesses to get enhanced identification cards for employees who regularly travel to Canada. Starting June 1, the federal Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) will require WHTI-approved documents for entry to the United States. That means that most U.S. citizens entering the United States by sea or land will need a passport, passport card, or WHTI-compliant document like a Vermont Enhanced Drivers License (EDL). According to Canadian government statistics for 2007, 17,500 Vermont jobs are supported by Canada–U.S. trade and Canadians made more than 765,900 visits to Vermont that year, spending $148 million here, while Vermont residents made 148,200 visits to Canada, spending $56 million.“In business, time is money,” said Kevin Dorn, Vermont Secretary of Commerce and Community Development. “An Enhanced Drivers License or Enhanced Non-Driver ID can cut down on delays in crossing the border with Canada.”“Our largest trading partner, as well as one of the most popular destinations for Vermont tourists, is Canada, specifically Quebec,” Dorn said. “An EDL makes travel to Canada much easier whether for business or pleasure.”Only Vermont residents who are also U.S. citizens are eligible to apply for an Enhanced Drivers License or ID card, and at this time they are only available at the Montpelier Department of Motor Vehicles office.An EDL/ID costs $25 in addition to the standard fees for licenses or non-driver IDs, and license fees vary by class, duration, and endorsement. A standard 4-year operator license is $40, so an Enhanced 4-year operator license would be $65.DMV staff will determine eligibility for an EDL/ID by verifying the information on the source documents submitted and conducting investigative applicant interviews to determine identity and citizenship.Obtaining an Enhanced Drivers License or ID will require, at a minimum, presentation and verification of a photo identity document; documentation showing the applicant’s date of birth; proof of the person’s social security number; and documentation showing the applicant’s name and address of principle residence.Officials from the DMV advised Vermonters to consult the department’s website and make sure they have the documentation needed.“We have had instances of people being turned away because they didn’t have the required paperwork,” said DMV Commissioner Bonnie Rutledge. “Since the process of verifying the documentation can take up to 20 minutes, waits at the DMV are a little longer and we don’t want people to spend that time waiting only to find out they don’t have proper identity documents.”
And no. I don’t think Ashwin must henceforth be referred to as the “Line of Punjab.”#AshwinMankads— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) March 26, 2019In the post-match press conference, Ashwin reiterated that he had done nothing wrong. “It’s there within the rules of the game. I don’t understand where the spirit of the game comes, naturally if it’s there in the rules it’s there. I don’t understand the point of sporting or sportive in that point because it’s rules. What applies for one man does not apply for everyone else,” Ashwin said. Upton, though, was blunt in his criticism. “I think R Ashwin’s actions tonight speak for him and represent him. When I looked in the eyes of his teammates, I’m not sure it represented his teammates. We’ll leave it up to the IPL fans to decide if that’s the kind of thing they want to see, and we’ll leave it up to the cricket world to judge R Ashwin’s actions tonight,” Upton said with anger. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. In April 2017, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) tweaked the rules and cleverly changed the title of the law related to Mankading, which stated that it was the batsman’s fault in case he got mankaded. The new law 41.16 notes: “If the non-striker is out of his/her ground from the moment the ball comes into play to the instant when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball, the bowler is permitted to attempt to run him/her out.” R Ashwin’s Mankading of Jos Buttler was the first-ever in history of IPL.Kings XI Punjab defeated Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur for the first time.Chris Gayle smashed 79 in the encounter while Jos Buttler hit 69. highlights This was not the first time that Buttler had been Mankaded, having been on the receiving end during the Edgbaston ODI between England and Sri Lanka in 2014 where Sri Lanka offspinner Sachithra Senanayake ran him out. Even for Ashwin, this was not the first time. In the 2012 tri-series in Australia, the offspinner had mankaded Sri Lanka’s Lahiru Thirimanne but the appeal was withdrawn by the-then captain Virender Sehwag. New Delhi: The clash between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab at the Sawai Mansingh stadium on Monday witnessed a controversial moment when Ravichandran Ashwin mankaded Jos Buttler when the England batsman was batting on 69 and guiding Rajasthan Royals towards victory. However, in a flash, Ashwin removed the bails at the non-striker’s end and appealed for a run-out. The third umpire had a look and gave him out. This resulted in a fiery exchange between Buttler and Ashwin and when the batsman was given out, he was livid. In the post-match greetings, there was no eye contact between Buttler and Ashwin while Rajasthan Royals head coach Paddy Upton exchanged some terse words with the offspinner. The incident fueled plenty of criticism on social media, with the England players having a go at Ashwin. Many former players believed that Ashwin’s action went against the Spirit of the Game and that it was unwarranted. Some former Indian players and commentators supported Ashwin’s actions while even Australian players, notably Rajasthan Royals mentor Shane Warne had some harsh words for Ashwin’s action.