AC Milan coach Gattuso urges Higuain to reject Chelseaby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso admits he doesn’t want to lose Gonzalo Higuain.On-loan from Juventus, Higuain is now in talks with Chelsea.”If Gonzalo wasn’t training the way I like to see, then I would not have made the decision to use him in the squad against Sampdoria,” assured Gattuso ahead of their Coppa Italia tie with Sampdoria.“There is gossip around him at this moment, but seeing the way he trains, the effort he puts in and the professionalism with which he treats me, you wouldn’t know.“The rest is down to his brother, his agent and Leonardo. I hope Higuain remains as long as possible, but if that doesn’t happen, then we’ll see. As long as he is here and continues to behave with this level of professionalism, it won’t be a problem for me.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp talks Aussie keepersby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits he’s a fan of Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan.Klopp discussed the Aussie ahead of facing Brighton this weekend.He said, “Usually in goal, I didn’t know him [Matthew Ryan] really before I came to England, but Mitch Langerak was my second goalkeeper at Dortmund and I always thought is it possible for Australia to have a better goalkeeper than him? “Yes, obviously because Ryan is fantastic on the line.”
A man found unresponsive in his cell at Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility today, April 7, has died. The man was found unconscious and unresponsive shortly after 8 a.m. Staff contacted emergency health services and immediately began medical treatment. The man was pronounced dead at 8:59 a.m. “My heart goes out to the friends and family on the loss of their loved one,” said Justice Minister Lena Diab. “Any loss of life is tragic, and department staff will be investigating.” The man’s next of kin have been notified. Halifax Regional Police are investigating the death. The body has been turned over to the medical examiner to determine the cause of death. The Justice Department will also conduct an internal investigation.
Riyadh: Drone attacks sparked fires at two Saudi Aramco oil facilities on Saturday, the interior ministry said, the latest such assault claimed by Yemeni rebels as the energy giant prepares for a much-anticipated stock listing. Huge palls of smoke rose into the sky after the pre-dawn attacks on Abqaiq and Khurais, two major Aramco facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia, which follow a spike in regional tensions with Iran. The attacks highlight how the increasingly advanced weaponry of the Iran-linked Huthi rebels — from ballistic missiles to unmanned drones — poses a serious threat to oil installations in Saudi Arabia, the world’s top crude exporter. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US”At 4:00 am (0100 GMT) the industrial security teams of Aramco started dealing with fires at two of its facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais as a result of… drones,” the interior ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency. “The two fires have been controlled.” The statement added that an investigation had been launched after the attack in the kingdom’s Eastern Province, but did not specify the source of the drones. It also did not say if there were any casualties or whether operations at the two facilities had been affected. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsThe full extent of the damage was not immediately clear as reporters were not allowed near the plants where Saudi authorities appeared to have beefed up security. In recent months, the Huthi rebels have carried out a spate of cross-border missile and drone attacks targeting Saudi air bases and other facilities in what they say is retaliation for a long-running Saudi-led bombing campaign on rebel-held areas in Yemen. The rebels launched “a large-scale operation involving 10 drones that targeted refineries in Abqaiq and Khurais in eastern Saudi Arabia”, the group’s Al-Masirah television reported. Last month, an attack claimed by Yemen’s Huthi rebels sparked a fire at Aramco’s Shaybah natural gas liquefaction facility — close to the Emirati border — but no casualties were reported by the company. Rebel drones also targeted two oil pumping stations on Saudi Arabia’s key east-west pipeline in May, shutting it down for several days. The growing attacks underscore how Saudi infrastructure, including oil installations, are increasingly vulnerable to rebel attacks four years after a Saudi-led coalition launched a military intervention in Yemen. The Abqaiq facility, 60 kilometres (37 miles) southwest of Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters, is home to the company’s largest oil processing plant. It has been targeted by militants in the past. In an attack claimed by Al-Qaeda in February 2006, suicide bombers with explosive-laden vehicles attempted to penetrate the processing plant, killing two security guards. The two bombers also died in the attack, which failed to breach the compound, authorities reported at the time. In 2014, a Saudi court sentenced a man to death for links to the 2006 attack. Two other Saudis were jailed for 33 and 27 years respectively, state media reported. Khurais, 250 kilometres from Dhahran, hosts a major Aramco oil field.
OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear former NHL great Guy Lafleur’s bid to seek damages stemming from an arrest several years ago.Lafleur was seeking financial compensation following his 2008 arrest for giving contradictory testimony at his son Mark’s bail hearing.The ex-Montreal Canadiens star had claimed the Crown and police were cavalier in issuing the arrest warrant, that his reputation was tarnished and that he incurred financial losses following the highly publicized event.Lafleur was arrested in 2008 and found guilty in 2009, but the conviction was overturned on appeal in 2010. Mark Lafleur eventually pleaded guilty to charges of assault, forcible confinement and uttering threats against his girlfriend.The police and Crown had maintained they were justified in proceeding with the warrant given the seriousness of the rare Criminal Code offence.Quebec Superior Court Justice Andre Wery said in a 2015 decision there was valid reason to pursue the charge against Lafleur at the time — a ruling Lafleur unsuccessfully appealed, prompting him to take his case to the Supreme Court.
Lucknow: Opposition Samajwadi Party Monday urged the Election Commission to remove Uttar Pradesh’s police chief OP Singh from the post alleging he was “favouring” the ruling BJP and affecting elections.The party also alleged that in at least two polling booths the VVPAT machine showed the voting for the BJP when the ballot was cast for the SP. SP chief Akhilesh Yadav’s wife Dimple is contesting from the constituency. Party leader Dharmendra Yadav said the DGP was “misusing” government machinery to help the BJP. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework”We demanded from the EC to remove him immediately,” Yadav told reporters here. He was part of an SP delegation that met CEO L Venkatenshwar Lu and submitted a memorandum demanding the immediate removal of the DGP. It highlighted the issue of “faulty” EVMs. “The police are terrorising minority voters. The force is being misused in favour of the BJP. We have apprised the CEO about it,” SP spokesman Rajendra Chowdhury said.
VANCOUVER — The case of a senior executive of Chinese tech juggernaut Huawei Technologies is scheduled to return to court in Vancouver today.The U.S. Department of Justice laid out its case Monday against Meng Wanzhou and Huawei, unsealing 13 criminal counts of conspiracy, fraud and obstruction.The indictment, based on 23 grand jury allegations, accuses Huawei and Meng of misrepresenting their ownership of a Hong Kong-based subsidiary between 2007 and 2017 in an effort to circumvent U.S. sanctions against Iran.The company’s U.S. branch is also accused of stealing trade secrets and equipment from cellphone provider T-Mobile USA. Meng, who is the company’s chief financial officer and daughter of its founder, is charged with bank fraud, wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit both.She is free on bail in Vancouver after her arrest Dec. 1 at the behest of U.S. authorities, who Canadian officials say have already filed a formal request for Meng’s extradition.Huawei called on Washington to stop what it called “the unreasonable crackdown” on the company, and China today called on Washington to withdraw its request for Meng’s extradition from Canada.Meng’s arrest has touched off a political furor marked by days of angry anti-Canada rhetoric from China’s foreign ministry, culminating Sunday in the firing of John McCallum as Canada’s ambassador to China.McCallum, a former longtime Liberal MP and cabinet minister, had publicly expressed confidence in Meng’s case against any U.S. extradition order.The Canadian Press
To flesh out the programme, which will cost a total of $17.4 million, the Zambian Government will undertake such improvements as swapping $1.3 million in debts owed by the Zambian National Savings and Credit Bank for equity and providing another $1.2 million in new cash resources, the UN International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) said.”This programme supports the Government’s Financial Sector Development Plan by creating new community-based financial institutions, promoting rural banking services and testing innovative ways of providing financial services to rural producers,” IFAD Vice-President Cyril Enweze said.Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and local microfinance institutions will provide the training and advisory services necessary to create between 1,500 and 2,000 accumulated savings and credit associations, enabling members to generate savings that can be lent to other members. Another 300 to 400 existing savings and credit groups will also receive support, along with special safeguards to make sure their activities are sustainable.A credit facility will enable commercial banks to lend money to companies that contract small rural producers for small-scale production.IFAD noted that it is supporting 192 rural poverty eradication programmes and projects worldwide, in which it has invested $2.8 billion of the total cost of $6.5 billion.
Season ticket-holders will be able to choose their tickets in a new online system starting in 2016.Credit: Courtesy of OSU.Ohio State football season ticket holders will soon be able to select their specific seats online, akin to the way one would buy concert tickets on a virtual map.In the past, seats could be changed by making a request during the renewal process. OSU would then consider the request and possibly make accommodations, said Martin Jarmond, OSU executive associative athletic director.The ability for specific ticket holders to improve their seats depends on their standing within the university’s “donor priority system.” The point system, which is based on a weighted calculation of the ticket holder’s current, past and revocable donations, will not change, said Martin Jarmond, OSU executive associate athletic director.The only access change will be the ability to pick specific seats, rather than requesting seats in a general area.The university began mailing out brochures Tuesday explaining the new process, according to The Columbus Dispatch. The new system will distribute tickets on a four-year basis and begin for the 2016 season.The new system was rolled out for faculty and staff this season, and Jarmond said this smaller demographic, which is roughly half of the number of public ticket holders, served as a sort of beta test, and results have been better than he expected. The biggest issue with the technology has been poor function on certain browsers.The availability of the technology was the No. 1 reason for the change. The new system will be easier for the fans and for the university, as OSU won’t have to use its manpower to screen change requests, Jarmond said.As for a financial benefit of the change, “We really have no idea. That remains to be seen,” Jarmond said. “It’s just a system change, but we don’t know yet if people are going to be donating more because of it.”The distribution method for student tickets also will not change, Jarmond said, as the lack of a seating priority system moots the need to change the student ticketing process.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 11, 2017 – Grand Bahama – The University of The Bahamas wishes to advise that, considering weather conditions and the need for further post-hurricane assessments, UB-North in Grand Bahama remains closed until further notice.Students and faculty who returned to their respective islands as Hurricane Irma posed a threat will be permitted time to safely return to their campuses and resume classes. Faculty members will extend some latitude to those affected students concerning academic requirements.Press Release: University of The Bahamas
, Posted: June 27, 2018 Chula Vista high schools burglarized multiple times in three-week span June 27, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsA string of break-ins at two Chula Vista high schools in just the past three-weeks has school administrators and Chula Vista police on the lookout.Olympian High School is missing expensive electronics and was left with more than $5,000 dollars in damages to clean up.Olympian has been the target of this string of burglaries three times in the past three weeks.Overall, $20,000 worth of equipment and $5,000 in damages has been caused at the school.The burglars stole important items for the education programs at school — computers, cameras and tools the engineers use. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Virat Kohli doesn’t mind showing off some dancing movesMark Evans/Getty ImagesGood footwork is very important for batting. But it is also the basis of good dancing. Virat Kohli seems capable of using his feet to good effect in both activities. While Virat is a Punjabi, he seems quite fond of the dandiya dance form that comes from the province of Gujarat.However, Indian cricket fans must be quite surprised to see the Indian captain performing this dance on the field of cricket during an ongoing Test match. That is what happened during the first Test between India and West Indies in Antigua.The cameras caught the master batsmen getting very groovy during the play on day 4 of the Test. It is not hard to understand why Kohli was in such good mood. After his team had given West Indies a target of 419 runs to win, Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah wreaked havoc with the new ball to reduce the West Indians to 15/5 at Tea. They were eventually 50/9 but managed to double that score thanks to some lusty blows from Kemar Roach.@imVkohli playing dandiya ?❤️❤️#WIvIND ( Credit – YouTube ) pic.twitter.com/yFtzQC5zBM— Virushka Fan (@DevanshiBhattB2) August 25, 2019 However, that didn’t prevent the Indians from registering a victory by 319 runs – their biggest, in terms of runs, away from home. Virat scored a half-century in the second innings of the match but failed to convert it into a big score. In the end, the emphatic nature of victory would prevent him feeling too dejected with that.It’s a pity that Cheteshwar Pujara and Ravindra Jadeja, the two bona fide Gujaratis in the team, didn’t join in the act. It was still a memorable performance from the Indian skipper.
When 50 people assembled for a symposium dealing with mental illness and the law, they expected a presentation from experts in both fields. Instead, they got touching testimony on the impact these affiliations have on family members and friends.The Xi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority of the District of Columbia, in partnership with The Pearl and Ivy Foundation and the Reed Smith Law Firm held a symposium, “The Intersection of Mental Health and The Law” Nov. 3 at Reed Smith’s offices. Lavdena Orr, president of the chapter, said that mental health issues need to be addressed with a sense of urgency.“This issue is not a singularly but is multi-disciplinary,” Orr said. “As a pediatrician, this is an issue that we are concerned about.”Clubhouse International estimates there are 60 million people who live with a form of mental illness, particularly bipolar disorder. Theresa Donaldson-DePass, who moderated the program and is the chapter’s health promotion leader, said in her presentation that one in five Americans will personally deal with mental illness during their lifetime.According to data compiled by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, Blacks are 20 percent more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population.Alpha Kappa Alpha and the National Alliance for the Mental Ill entered into a partnership in 2015 to spread the word among Blacks about mental illness, the best ways to approach it, and to debunk outmoded ways of thinking and dealing with the affliction such as “praying it away” and “getting over it.”Judy Harris, who is White, isn’t a member of the sorority but was a speaker at the event. Harris, an attorney at Reed Smith and is married to famed political writer and scholar Norm Ornstein, talked about the struggles she and her husband had with their son, Matthew. “My son Matthew died at the age of 34,” Harris said. “When he died he was trying to earn back God’s love. We tried to get him to use prescription medication but he would not do it.”While Matthew seemed like a gifted, well-balanced young man, she began to notice changes in him. It would appear that Mathew hit a psychological wall when he possessed photos of the slain children of the Holocaust and had his family go through a strange personal ritual honoring them. Harris said she called the police and throughout the process of being a patient at the Sheppard-Pratt facility, he began to distrust his parents and authority.As Harris shared her story, Natalie M. Tao began to weep. When she spoke, she sympathized with Harris. “This is not a Black problem or a White problem,” Tao said. “This is everyone.”Tao said her son was a typical teenager until he started talking strangely and quoting the Bible, which was out of character for him. She cited an incident where her son was found naked and trespassing on someone else’s property.Tao said the man was about to do serious harm to her son but stopped when her son begged to be killed. Like Matthew, Tao worked to get her son to the Sheppard Pratt facility and lamented the changes in her child. “My son had an onset of schizophrenia and was bipolar,” she said. “But you would not know that by looking at him. You cannot tell whether someone has a mental illness by looking at them.”By conventional standards, Melinda Hasbrouck would seem to have it all. A longtime District resident, she has a bachelor’s degree from Towson University, a juris doctorate from the William & Mary School of Law, and a master’s degree in public health from the George Washington University Milken School of Public Health.However, Hasbrouck suffers from mental illness and wanted to be optimistic about her story.“I am here to deliver a message of hope,” said Hasbrouck, who is in treatment for bipolar disorder, bulimia, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal tendencies. “At one point I was living in a car and even paying rent in two places.”Like Harris and Tao, she blamed an ineffective mental health system. “I was abused in the system and survived in the system,” she said. “The last time I went to the psych ward was in 2009. I’m better but it’s not over.”
SYRACUSE, NY – University of Louisville head coach Scott Teeter is leading the 2019 Canada Women’s Field Lacrosse U19 National Team Evaluation Camp, which continues through Sunday, June 30 in Syracuse, NY.Teeter has served as head coach of the Canadian U19 National Team since 2009.The camp will be used to determine Canada’s final roster for the U19 Women’s Field Lacrosse World Championship, which will take place in Peterborough, Ontario from August 1-10.”I’m extremely excited to get back on the field with these talented young women,” said Teeter. “Although we have some tough decisions to make, we feel these athletes are very talented and will leave it all on the field. I challenge my staff and I to get it right as we look to defend our world championship in August.”Teeter guided the team to a bronze-medal showing during the 2011 championship in Hannover, Germany, before earning the country’s first women’s field lacrosse title at the 2015 FIL World Championship in Edinburgh, Scotland. Also in 2017, Teeter led the Canadian National team to a pair of silver medals, both at the FIL World Cup held in England and the World Games in Poland.For the latest information on Louisville lacrosse, visit GoCards.com, or follow the team’s Twitter account at @LouisvilleLax or on Facebook at facebook.com/UofLLacrosse.Print Friendly Version Story Links
No matter how bad a film is, but if it supports positive enjoyment, trash films could also provide amusement and would often be considered entertaining to the audience, says a study.Typically, trash films are low budget films, which do not correspond to the mainstream standards and taste. For the study, an online survey was conducted among regular consumers of trash films and it was found that most of the participants agreed that the term “cheap” best describes trash films like Sharknado, Plan 9 from Outer Space and The Toxic Avenger.Almost all participants mentioned low budget horror films as typical examples. The study not only arrived at supporting established hypotheses and assumptions on “bad films” but also at providing new and surprising findings on trash fans and their attitude towards these films.“Although to a large extent the participants stated that the films in question were cheaply made and thus “trash”, the study also confirmed that trash films are overwhelmingly perceived as a form of positive entertainment,” said Keyvan Sarkhosh, researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics – a Germany based non-profit association.The study provided strong evidence that trash film fans are predominantly male-centric and contain highly enthusiastic film buffs. The authors of the study were able to show that an active engagement in exchanges considerably contributes to the enjoyment of trash films.
Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Ministry of MSME, Government of India inked an exclusive partnership with Raymond Ltd to position Khadi as a ‘fashion fabric’ globally. This first of its kind initiative explores synergies between two iconic Indian brands that boast of Make in India legacy and represents the rich cultural heritages of India. Branded as ‘Khadi by Raymond’, the collection would be available at KVIC outlets and Raymond Shops across the country from February 2017. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIn the august presence of Vinai Kumar Saxena, Chairman KVIC and Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond Ltd, the agreement was signed by Usha Suresh, CEO, KVIC and Sanjay Behl, CEO Raymond Ltd.Speaking on this partnership, KVIC Chairman VK Saxena said, “Inking an agreement with Raymond for value added marketing of Khadi is an act of integrating rural industry with urban industry, which in other words is the socio-economic unity of nation’s creative diversity. This is a historic agreement where a major fabric producer like Raymond will promote Khadi. In line with the Prime Minister’s vision, this agreement is going to bridge the urban-rural divide. The best of India’s minds and resources should work for the poorest and rural have-nots. This therefore is a humble gesture of KVIC in this direction.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveReckoned as ‘Fabric of the Nation’, Khadi is a symbol of self-sufficiency and independence that played a major role during the freedom struggle of India. It is a standing testimony to the nation’s economic liberty and dignity. Commenting on the association, Gautam Hari Singhania, said, “In the Indian context, spinning charkha has always been a symbol of self-reliance and it gives me an immense pleasure as Raymond now has Khadi – a true Indian fabric as a part of its product portfolio. In our quest to remain committed towards ‘Make in India’ initiative and aligned with Prime Minister’s vision for Khadi, this is a defining moment as this association with KVIC will create multiple employment opportunities and will empower the artisans, especially women in rural India.” This initiative is conceptualised under KVIC Act that permits it to promote the sale and marketing of Khadi or products of village industries or handicrafts and forge links with established marketing agencies through the PPP mode. Under this convergence, Raymond has agreed for a guaranteed minimum procurement of Khadi and Khadi products for a period of 5 years with primary purchases of muslin cotton and silk.Branded as ‘Khadi by Raymond’, a mélange of Indian ethos and latest trends is sure to position Khadi as a viable fashion fabric. As a part of this strategic association, Raymond will also bring in the design interventions at Khadi manufacturing clusters across the country along with providing technical expertise. Additionally, Raymond will procure all India Khadi varieties from departmental sales outlets of KVIC for OTC sales as well as crafting readymade garments for its apparel brands.Elaborating on this strategic initiative; Usha Suresh, CEO KVIC said, “KVIC is committed to the cause of enriching the livelihood of its khadi artisans. It has taken several steps for improving marketing of khadi products including the introduction of the Khadi Mark. All genuine khadi products shall bear the Khadi Mark. To promote Khadi as a global and a fashionable fabric, this partnership with Raymond will provide Khadi a niche among the fashion conscious global Indian who is also a genuine lover of hand spun fabric.”In line with the Prime Minister’s vision of promoting ‘Khadi for Fashion’, this initiative will ensure that Khadi is positioned as a fabric of choice through multiple communications and promotions reaching out to the discerning consumer. Additionally, the Khadi Logo will be displayed inside the Raymond stores through visual merchandising, where Khadi products are displayed.Currently, Khadi is being marketed by Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan’s stores as well as through the sales outlets run by the institutions financed by KVIC and KVIB. During the occasion of signing this agreement, Sanjay Behl said, “There is an evolving trend of customer’s preference shifting towards natural fibers over synthetic blends. Khadi is a perfect solution offering the widest array of natural fibers, which are also hand spun and hand woven. With this association, it is our endeavor to position Khadi by Raymond as a true Indian fashion fabric globally. Raymond will offer a wide array of fabric blends and garments spanning across Khadi suits, jackets, shirts and trousers, in line with international design and quality trends.”Khadi by Raymond products will be available at KVIC outlets, The Raymond Shops across India and leading e-commerce portals. On this occasion Gautam Hari Singhania donated charkhas for project Sahyog, whereby unemployed spinner women are provided with livelihood opportunities by KVIC.
Ibis Kolkata Rajarhat is embracing this holy month of Ramadan by introducing their ‘Shan-e-Iftar’ menu, in the presence of Mizan Uddin, Hotel Manager, Ibis Kolkata Rajarhat, Nikhil Malhotra, Head of the sales and Executive Sous Chef Avishek Chakraborty.The city becomes a melting pot of flavours and communities during Ramadan. Keeping that in mind, the menu contains fresh fruits like watermelon, apples, bananas and dates with which every Muslim breaks their fast. There is mouth-watering ice lemon mint tea to satisfy everyone’s quench for thirst. Moving on to the succulent starters, they have a wide range of veg and non-veg items like mirch ke pakode, beguni, onion ke pa kode, Punjabi Murgh Tikka, tawa fish, gilafhi seekh kebab to name a few. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe main course contains the much eagerly awaited dish Haleem along with delicacies like Murgh Dum Biryani, Sabz Biryani, Kadhai murgh and assorted Indian breads to choose from. Desserts are the most important part of every meal. For people with a sweet tooth, ibis Kolkata Rajarhat is offering some lip smacking desserts like dates kulfi, sheer khurma,shahitukda. Speaking on this occasion Mizan Uddin, Hotel Manager, Ibis Kolkata Rajarhat, said, “Ramadan is a very special month for every Muslim around the world. It is that time of the year when people fast the whole day and break their fast after the sunset. Sitting with the family or friends and having an iftar is altogether is a very different feeling. We wanted to recreate this warm feeling at ibis Kolkata Rajarhat hence the hotel decided to come up with their special iftar menu where families and friends reconnect with their loved ones over delicious food.” Guests can enjoy this exquisite menu from June 1, 2019 till June 4, 2019. The Iftar menu will start from 5:00pm – 8:00pm, priced at Rs 599+ GST per person.
Lionel Messi is a sorcerer. In the 32nd minute of the Copa America semifinal against the U.S., he put Argentina up 2 – 0 on a free kick they’ll build an ad campaign around. It’s easily the goal of the tournament. It may be the perfect goal.There’s just no stopping free kicks like these. Take a bow, Leo Messi. ? #USAvARG #MyCopaColors https://t.co/9HeE3OqVMf— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 22, 2016The U.S has definitely made progress, but there’s still a wide gap to be closed to get on Messi and Argentina’s level. Opinions to the contrary are nothing more than delusional nonsense.
Phnom Penh will be served by an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER AircraftEmirates to fly to Phnom PenhPhnom Penh in Cambodia will be the latest destination Emirates will serve from July 1 this year*, with a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a two class configuration.Outbound, flight EK388 will Depart Dubai at 0915hrs, and will arrive in Yangon at 1725hrs. It will then depart Yangon at 1855hrs, before arriving at Phnom Penh at 2125hrs. The departure time of flight EK388 from Dubai seamlessly connects with a number of European services such as Paris, London, and Frankfurt. On the return segment, flight EK389 will depart Phnom Penh at 2310hrs, and will arrive in Dubai at 0540hrs the next day, after a short stop in Yangon. All times are local.The launch of daily services from Dubai to Phnom Penh will coincide with the introduction of a direct, non-stop route between Dubai and Hanoi. From July 1, Emirates passengers travelling to Hanoi will no longer stop in Yangon before reaching the Vietnamese capital.Phnom Penh, located in the south-central region of Cambodia, is the most populous city in Cambodia and is a gateway to World Heritage Site Angkor Wat, near Siem Reap. Recent growth and infrastructure development has led to Phnom Penh becoming a significant economic and tourism destination. There were more than 4.7 million foreign tourist arrivals to Cambodia in 2015 and this is forecast to rise to 8 million by 2020. The inauguration of the Phnom Penh Airport terminal extension in March last year will complement this growth, effectively doubling passenger capacity.The new Dubai-Yangon-Phnom Penh route will also enable passengers from Yangon to travel to Phnom Penh and vice versa. Emirates will be the only airline with a direct service between these two cities.In terms of cargo, garments and clothing are expected to be popular exports from Phnom Penh on this route.All services between Dubai and Phnom Penh will offer two classes of travel – Business and Economy, with generous free baggage allowance (up to 35kg in Economy Class and 40kg in Business Class). Passengers on Emirates flights can also look forward to the award-winning inflight entertainment, ice, with more than 2,500 channels and free Wi-Fi, which is available on select Emirates aircraft.Tickets can be booked online through www.emirates.com/au or authorised travel agents.Source = Emirates
Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories The Colts officially parted ways with Manning when theyannounced Wednesday at a press conference in Indianapolistheir plans to release him. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Could Peyton Manning be deciding between his final threesuitors? ESPN’s Adam Schefterconfirmed a Denver Post report, former four-time MVP quarterbackwill be making the rounds to meet with potential futureemployers, starting with John Elway and the Denver BroncosFriday night.The long-time heralded leader of the Indianapolis Colts’offense has Arizona at the top of his travel list, aswell.One NFL source said Manning will also visit the ArizonaCardinals and Miami Dolphins after visiting with theBroncos. A source said Manning would like to make adecision by Tuesday, the first day of freeagencyThis report is positive news for the Cardinals, who appearto be a serious contender in the Manning sweepstakes. The14-year veteran quarterback has been cleared by his neckspecialist and has seemingly made great strides in hisrecovery over the past few weeks. 0 Comments Share Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away