Rodriguez, clearly in good spirits throughout the match, was seen donning a Portugal shirt at the tight affair despite being born in Argentina.Rodriguez, donning Ronaldo’s No 7 jersey, saw him score the only goal of the game early on. Photo/DAILY MAILREAD: Ronaldo’s girlfriend Rodriguez supports Portugal in the crowd during narrow victory against MoroccoAnd she sparked rumours that the pair are now engaged by showing off a huge diamond ring on the fourth finger of her left hand.And the shirt she was donning in the crowd was the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s famous No 7 jersey.The 24-year-old was pictured hanging out with her friends and mixing with the fans as Portugal ran out narrow 1-0 winners in Moscow.Rodriguez sparked engagement rumours as she held up her hand while talking to a pal. Photo/DAILY MAILIt may have not been a spectacular display from Portugal but Ronaldo and Co will be pleased with the result following their opening draw against Spain.Ronaldo fired Fernando Santos’s side to victory in the opening stages after getting in front of his marker Karim El Ahmadi to power a diving header beyond Morocco goalkeeper Munir Mohamedi.It was far from convincing by the Euro 2016 champions, who were forced to weather a storm against a plucky Morocco outfit that have crashed out of the World Cup.The Portuguese have put themselves in a very strong position to qualify ahead of their final group encounter with Iran, picking up four points from their first two games.-By Daily Mail-0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The 24-year-old waves down to the pitch as she mixes with the Portugal fans inside the ground. Photo/DAILY MAILMOSCOW, Russia, June 20 – Cristiano Ronaldo was spurred on by his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez as Portugal beat Morocco in the World Cup on Wednesday afternoon.Rodriguez saw her man score the winning goal of the game in just the fourth minute as Portugal got off to the best possible start at the Luzhniki Stadium.
A fully fledged modern high voltage laboratory was a long felt need for the university education and the electrical engineering industry of Sri Lanka. The laboratory has been named after Prof Rohan Lucas as a gratitude for the dedicated long service over 45 years for High Voltage Engineering Education of the university and the country. The laboratory consist of a High voltage Impulse Generator, High Voltage AC Test System, High Voltage DC Test System, Artificial Rain Making Equipment and associated control equipment and auxiliary devices. The laboratory is capable of High Voltage Impulse Tests, High Voltage AC and DC tests up to 500kV and 300kV respectively at different environmental conditions. Sri Lanka’s first fully fledged modern high voltage lab was declared open at the University of Moratuwa today.The modern High Voltage Laboratory and Testing Facility was ceremonially opened under the patronage of the Chancellor of the University of Moratuwa, Prof. K K Y W Perera as the Chief Guest, Chief Executive Officer of LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited, Eng U D Jayawardana as the Guest of Honour, Vice Chancellor and Prof. Ananda Jayawardna, Dean of the Engineering Faculty. LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited has joined hands with the university as the industrial sponsor in construction of the laboratory. This is as another CSR project by LTL to up held the university education in Sri Lanka. Cost of laboratory was Rs 35 million appx out of which laboratory renovation and civil construction works around Rs 5 million was sponsored by LTL Holdings (Pvt) Limited.The lab facility will be of immense support to Undergraduate and Post Graduate Engineering students for their laboratory experiments, design and research projects and for the High Voltage Research Group of the University lead by Prof Rojan Lucas and Dr Rasara Samarasinghe. Further the testing facility is capable of carrying out HV Transformer Testing, HV Cable Testing, Meter Testing, HV Insulator and Bushing Testing, HV Switchgear Testing, HV CT/PT/ and CVT Testing which has been a long standing vacuum in the industry.This is the only test facility in Sri Lanka of this caliber with equipment including an impulse generator test set, HVAC test set and HVDC test set that are capable of carrying out most of the testing required by the power industry in the country. (Colombo Gazette)