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  • Why You Have Not

    first_img Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now You have not developed the necessary mindset. You do not have an optimistic and empowered belief structure. Until you get your mind right, you will not have.You have not done the work. You have not taken the deliberate action, or you have not taken the disciplined action long enough to have. People who have, do.You have not developed the necessary skills. You have not worked on gaining the competencies necessary to have what you want. Level up your skills.You have not taken enough action. You have put your toe in the water and dabbled instead. You have not done enough to reach the tipping point. To have, you must act.You have not gone all in. You have not burned your boats at the shoreline. You have not given up your Plan B.You have not invested in yourself. You have not invested the time, the money, or the energy in the areas that would help you grow and produce the results you seek.You have not read the books. You have not taken the classes. You have not found a mentor. You have not done the work.You have not asked for help. You have not gained the assistance of people who could shorten your learning curve, make introductions, or in some way assist you in reaching your goal.You have not given up waiting to “be discovered,” waiting to be rescued, or waiting to be given something that you want. You have not given up the belief that you can’t have what you want because someone else has more.You have not had the courage to ask.You have not given yourself over to what you want.If you have not, then you have not embraced your real power.last_img read more

  • Iowa play-by-play man suspended for “King Kong” comment

    first_imgFernando had 11 points and 11 rebounds, including a go-ahead putback with 7.8 seconds left, to help No. 24 Maryland beat Iowa 66-65 on Tuesday night in Iowa City. In describing the game’s closing moments, Dolphin said the 6-foot-10, 240-pound African-American who was born in Angola “was King Kong at the end of the game.”This is the second time that Dolphin has been suspended this season.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesHe sat out two games after being caught on an open microphone criticizing Iowa guard Maishe Dailey in a win over Pittsburgh in late November. Coach Fran McCaffery called Dolphin’s comments about Dailey “inexcusable,” and this incident could further enflame tensions between the two.Jim Albracht will replace Dolphin for the rest of the season. Bobby Hansen, Iowa’s color commentator, will continue in that role. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:10Hong Kong’s leader rejects ‘police state’ label02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war Urgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief Dolphin, a fan favorite who is also Iowa’s football play-by-play man, apologized in a statement released Friday.“During the broadcast, I used a comparison when trying to describe a talented Maryland basketball player. In no way did I intend to offend or disparage the player,” he said. “I take full responsibility for my inappropriate word choice and offer a sincere apology to him and anyone else who was offended. I will use this as an opportunity to grow as a person and learn more about unconscious bias.”Iowa’s athletic department released a statement supporting Dolphin’s suspension, saying it “values diversity and is committed to creating a welcoming environment for all members of its campus community.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES MOST READ ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Maryland forward Bruno Fernando (23) drives past Iowa guard Connor McCaffery during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in Iowa City, Iowa. Maryland won 66-65. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)IOWA CITY, Iowa — Iowa play-by-play announcer Gary Dolphin was suspended Friday for the rest of the season for referring to Maryland’s Bruno Fernando as “King Kong” during a game.Hawkeye Sports Properties, the multimedia rights manager for Iowa’s athletic, announced the move just hours before the 21st-ranked Hawkeyes hosted Indiana.ADVERTISEMENT Dustin Johnson builds 2-shot lead in Mexico as Tiger Woods rallies SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte View comments US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusationslast_img read more

  • Cricket: Reason for India’s wild success in matches in Hyderabad? A Ganesha temple

    first_imgAdvertisement(Photo Courtesy: Business Line)It is common for someone to seek the blessings of the almighty when things aren’t going good. But is it believable that the upturn of events for team India in Hyderabad is a Ganesha temple? Yes you heard it right!The visit of the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Uppal (Hyderabad) isn’t just another ground but a pilgrimage as you are greeted by a temple for Lord Ganesha. It is known to have been constructed in the year 2011 when both team India and IPL franchise Deccan Chargers were not winning any match in this ground.Following the arrival of Lord Ganesha to the cricket stadium, luck has shone bright on the home side. The first Test at this venue was in 2010 against New Zealand which ended in a draw after which the temple came up. The hosts registered emphatic victories in the next three games here.This trend of winning doesn’t look like being broken anytime soon as India sit comfortably in the driver’s seat vs Windies in the ongoing test match.Asked on how the temple came up at the venue, priest Hanumanth Sharma claimed that it was built in 2011 as “neither the Indian team nor the now-defunct IPL franchise Deccan Chargers was winning any match at this ground.” “It was proving to be inauspicious for the home team. Then it was found out that there was ‘Vaastu Dosham’ (problem in the building design, as per ancient Hindu architectural system),” he said. “Lord Ganesha is the God of Vaastu Shastra. You can check the records and after 2011, the Indian team never lost here,” Hanumanth said.Hemanth also grinned while admitting that MS Dhoni always came up to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha after each practice session.Also Read:Ind vs WI- 2nd Test Day 2 Review: Rahane-Pant stand propells India to pole position Advertisementlast_img read more

  • India vs England, 4th Test, Day 3: As it happened

    first_imgWelcome to our coverage of the third day of the fourth Test between India and England in Mumbai. (LIVE SCORECARD | BALL-BY-BALL UPDATES)16.40 IST: Murali Vijay: Pressure was huge, and again I backed my ability. I went back home, worked on my basics, and came strong today. I was getting out to short-pitched deliveries and there was a lot of talk about it. I was confident, and came out with an open mind. The basic thing was I did not think too much about the short balls. We had some momentum with us, the way Virat started was fantastic and the way he ended was even more amazing. The pitch has a lot of assistance for the spinners, hopefully our bowlers can get more. Always great to bat with Pujara and Virat.At Stumps on Day 3 of the 4th Test, #TeamIndia are 451/7, lead #ENG(400) by 51 runs (Virat 147*, Jayant 30* ) #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/DLnLRWCm2I BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 201616.34 IST: STUMPS! An eventful day for India comes to an end. With two centurions leading from the front it was just about keeping up the momentum. After loosing Pujara just on the second ball of the day, Kohli and Vijay comfortably sailed over the first session with some quick-run scoring. India 451/7 at stumps, lead England (400) by 51 runsThe English bowlers will be disappointed as they could not bundled the Indians out in the final session where they could only get a single wicket. Again a bad day for England with the ball as they failed to capitalise on their chances. Jayant Yadav proved his point by sticking on with Kohli to take them through the day with just 7 wickets down. Kohli was sublime all through the day and looks like he has a plan to take the game away from the Englishmen.advertisement16.21 IST: Down the leg side, Jayant Yadav tries to clip it but fails to hit it. A huge appeal by the fielders and the umpire denies. They ask for a review but they have none left. Replays suggest there was a faint edge.16.06 IST: FOUR! Pitched outside off, Jayant Yadav goes for a hit and finds his inside edge flying behind the stumps for a boundary through fine leg.15.52 IST: NOT OUT! England go for a review as Jayant is not given out caught behind. The visitors are fairly confident though. Pitched up and outside off, Jayant Yadav goes to hit it but misses the ball. Bairstow appeals and the umpire denies. They have gone in for a review. The Ultra Edge shows that there was nothing hitting the bat. They have used up all the reviews now. India 411/7, lead England (400) by 11 runs15.45 IST: DROPPED! Root drops Jayant on 8. Pitched outside off and moving outside, Jayant goes to play for it and the ball takes the outside edge in process. A simple catch towards the left of Root is not gathered properly.Wankhede celebrates as @imVkohli brings up his 15th Test ton. This has been a batting masterclass from #TeamIndia skipper #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/N0xIy2CgNi BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 2016Most Test 100s by Indian captains11 S Gavaskar (74 inns)9 Mohd Azharuddin (68)8 Virat Kohli (34)7 S Tendulkar (43)#IndvEng Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) December 10, 201615.03 IST: CENTURY! Well played, Virat Kohli! Fuller outside off, Kohli drives it through covers for a single. There was a fumble at covers and that allowed the run. He takes his helmet off and celebrates his ton. He has played an absolute gem here. He actually celebrated it well, with a leap, a pump of the fist. India 370/7, trail England (400) by 30 runsAP Photo14.51 IST: WICKET! Jadeja departs for 25. Jadeja runs out of patience. Rashid floats it on off, Jadeja again looks to play the big shot. The bat seems to have turned in his hands. It skies in the air, Buttler comes across from mid off, goes to his left and takes the catch safely. Replays show there was a puff of dust when the ball landed. India 364/7, trail England (400) by 36 runsVirat Kohli 500 runs in this series, 2nd time in his career (692 in Aus 2014/15)Sachin Tendulkar 500+ in a series: never!#IndvEng Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) December 10, 201614.35 IST: FOUR! Hit away! Shorter outside leg, Kohli picks it early, rocks back and pulls it through mid-wicket for a boundary. Superb placement, that.14.12 IST: TEA! India 348/6, trail England (400) by 52 runs. An eventful session of Test cricket. The honours are probably even, with India still trailing by 52 runs. England struck at regular intervals in the session as the spinners finally found their lines and lengths to induce the false strokes. The stand between the Indian skipper, who has looked solid, and Jadeja though eased the nerves for the hosts.advertisementBoth Kohli and Jadeja played their shots to deflect the pressure back on England. With the pitch breaking up, every run matters and hence the visitors will hope to wrap this up quickly and get batting. India will aim to delay it as much possible and try and sneak in a lead. It promises to be another exciting session.13.59 IST: FOUR! Pitched short by Moeen Ali, Jadeja camps back and punches it down the track towards mid on for a boundary. India 344/6, trail England (400) by 56 runs13.43 IST: DROPPED! Pitched outside leg, Kohli hits hard straight to the bowler and Rashid cannot grab that one. Tough catch for Rashid. Kohli dropped on 68. How costly will that be?13.39 IST: WICKET! Root bowls outside leg, Ashwin tries to hit of his pads but he gets his shot straight in the hands of Jennings who was standing at forward short leg. Unlucky Ashwin and a really good catch by Jennings. Ashwin waited for the third umpire decision but that was a clear catch and the ball was no where near the helmet. India 307/6, trail England (400) by 93 runs13.29 IST: WICKET! Parthiv Patel departs. Joe Root bowls outside off on a good length and Parthiv tries to go inside out over the cover region. In process he gets an outside edge which goes behind the stumps. The ball hits Bairstow’s shoulder and goes up in the air for an easy catch for him in the second chance. India 305/5, trail England (400) by 95 runsMost runs in 2016 in all formats (Tests/ODIs/T20Is)2400* Virat Kohli, ave 85.712399 J Root, ave 49.972186 D Warner2048 S Smith#IndvEng Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) December 10, 201612.55 IST: WICKET! Good review from England. Floated on middle and leg, Karun comes forward to defend but is hit on his pads. The players go up in an appeal but the umpire says no. Ali comes across to have a chat with Bairstow who is not sure why it is not given out. Cook confers, is convinced and goes for the review. Replays show the bat was very close to the pad, there is a doubt over deflection. The bat actually hit the pad and also the ball and hence there are a couple of spikes which caused the delay. The umpire concludes there is no bat there and three reds follow. Karun Nair again has to go for a low score. Moeen Ali has another wicket. India 279/4, trail England (400) by 121 runs12.44 IST: FOUR! Innovation from Karun! Floated outside off, Karun premeditates it early and reverse sweeps it through third man for a boundary off Moeen Ali. India 278/3, trail England (400) by 122 runsFIFTY up for @imVkohli in the 4th Test #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/57qp2rKuP7 BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 201612.26 IST: WICKET! Vijay departs to a sharp catch! Floated outside off, Vijay looks to go down the ground but does not get to the pitch of the ball. He ends up hitting the low full toss back to the bowler. Rashid fumbles a touch and the ball almost pops out but he holds onto it. Vijay cannot believe his luck but he has to go. End of a fine knock by the Indian opener. India 262/3, trail England (400) by 138 runsadvertisement12.19 IST: Vijay slammed his second century of the series. (Read full report)12.11 IST: DAY 3, SESSION 2: Welcome back for the second session of play. India will aim to continue batting as long as possible. Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli stride out to bat.Well played #MuraliVijay???Gr8 balance,amazing timer of the ball & pleasing 2 the eye???Love watching him bat??? #INDvENG @BCCI VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) December 10, 201611.32 IST: LUNCH! India 247/2, trail England (400) by 153 runs. Vijay 124*, Virat Kohli 44*. Now that was an interesting session of Test cricket and India have won their second session in a row. Jake Ball struck with the second ball of the day, dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara but that was all that went in the favour of the visitors as both Vijay and Kohli held fort for the hosts with a fine century stand. Both of them have been keen on using their feet well to the spinners.Vijay got to his ton and looked a bit rusty looking to get going with the game. He survived a scare when he was given out lbw to Rashid but the inside edge saved him, albeit a review. India scored 101 runs in the session but will know with the trail still 153, they are a long way off from getting on top in this game.England will rue the indiscipline of their spinners. There were patches of brilliance followed by the customary bad balls. It was about this time that the visitors had collapsed a touch and will want to inflict something similar on India. They are still not out of it but need an inspirational spell to stay on top in this game. Do join us for the second session in a while.11.22 IST: NOT OUT! DECISION OVERTURNED. Bowled on the stumps, Vijay stretches forward trying to defend it and the umpire gives it out. The reviews show that bat was hit first. That seems to be a clear inside edge which the umpire missed and he has to reverse his decision. The bat and pad were really close. Vijay was quick to ask for a review and his confidence paves out. India 240/2, trail by 160 runsReuters PhotoCongratulations skipper @imVkohli – 4000 Test runs pic.twitter.com/DMDnjnoytF BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 201611.01 IST: MILESTONE! Virat Kohli completes 4,000 Test runs, becoming the 14th Indian to achieve the feat. India 219/2 (74.1 overs), trail England (400) by 181 runs.@mvj888 celebrates as he brings up his 8th Test ton @Paytm Test Cricket #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/064WqaskHL BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 201610.52 IST: CENTURY! Murali Vijay slams his eighth hundred off 231 balls. He reaches the milestone with a single towards point region. He has played a well composed knock to get to the three-figure mark. India 215/2 (71.5 overs), trail England (400) by 185 runsVirat Kohli in 2016Tests: 1000*ODIs: 739T20Is: 641In all intls: 2380* runs in 2016#IndvEng Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) December 10, 20161000 Test runs in 2016 for #TeamIndia skipper @imVkohli pic.twitter.com/rkCcXXZXRR BCCI (@BCCI) December 10, 201610.39 IST: MILESTONE! Virat Kohli completes 1,000 runs in Test cricket in 2016. India 209/2 (69 overs), trail England (400) by 191 runs10.18 IST: PARTNERSHIP! Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli have put on a fifty stand for the third wicket. India 197/2 (64.4 overs), trail England (400) by 203 runs10.10 IST: FOUR! SUBLIME! Stokes bowls it full outside off, Vijay presses forward and unfurls a glorious drive through extra cover for a majestic boundary. A shot a cricket lover can make love to. Beautiful, just too good. India 189/2 (62.5 overs), trail England (400) by 211 runs09.51 IST: SIX! Vijay finally makes it. Floated outside off, Vijay this time dances down the wicket and lofts it over the bowler’s head for a maximum. Vijay held his bat very straight, but India are not shutting shop. India 166/2 (57.1 overs), trail England (400) by 234 runs09.48 IST: FOUR! Kohli playing with fire! Shorter outside off, Kohli rides the bounce and guides it past the gully fielder for a boundary. Cook won’t mind the shot, Kohli won’t mind the runs.09.45 IST: FOUR! Risky but needed? Shorter length outside off, Kohli waits for it and guides it with an open face through the gully region for a boundary.09.38 IST: FOUR! Kohli off the mark. Shorter outside off, Kohli rides the bounce and guides it past the diving fielder at point for a boundary. He did well to get on top of that one. India trail by 250 runsReuters Photo09.32 IST: WICKET! Cheteshwar Pujara misses out on fifty. The move to open with Jake Ball today works. Angled on a length outside off, comes in sharply, Pujara lets it go but the ball wasn’t even bouncing and he has his off stump pegged back. That’s a poor leave but a brilliant start for England and Ball is delighted. Pujara has gone after a start. Replays show that the ball did brush the pads on the way to the stumps. India 146/2 (52.2 overs), trail England (400) by 254 runs09.28 IST: Game time! The players are out in the middle. Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara are out to bat.09.26 IST: PITCH REPORT – Sunil Gavaskar reckons that the pitch has not broken up yet. There are a few cracks which were bothering but they have held up well. The odd ball has spun a lot off the crack. The flatter trajectory has not allowed the ball to spin. Opines that Rashid can make a difference with Moeen keeping the ends tight. Mentions that the pitch will break up sooner than later given the history of the deck. Ends by saying that India will want to get as close to the England total as possible. Nasser Hussain admits that the England spinners were inconsistent and need to be a bit more disciplined and not let India run away with the game.Brief Day 2 Report: India’s batsmen made a strong start in their reply to England’s 400 all out on day two of the fourth Test, reaching 146 for the loss of just one wicket by the close.Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara put on 107 runs for the second wicket as batsmen enjoyed an easy, slow-turning wicket at the Wankhede Stadium that offered no hope to seamers and some assistance to spinners.England’s spinners were not able to control the ball as well as their Indian counterparts did. India’s spinners took all 10 English first innings wickets.At stumps, Vijay was unbeaten on 70 runs, while Pujara was batting on 47 not out. The hosts trail by 254 runs.The duo had come together just before tea when Lokesh Rahul (24) was bowled by Moeen Ali (1/44). Pujara and Vijay then added 84 runs after the break in a wicketless session for England. 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  • Messi’s dribbling or Ronaldo’s screamers?

    first_imgMessi’s dribbling or Ronaldo’s screamers – Goal readers have their say Goal Last updated 2 years ago 17:16 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid Getty Images Goal and UEFA Champions League sponsor Nissan asked YOU what makes the most exciting goals, which provided some intriguing results What makes a great goal? What type of strikes are the most memorable, which mean the most, and which echo loudest in history?Goal and UEFA Champions League sponsor Nissan wanted to find out, so we put that question to you, our users.The results were intriguing, and reflected the cultural and geographical differences between the way those of us around the world consume the beautiful game. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing But there were some things on which a general consensus was found. For example, everyone loves a screamer – regardless of the adjective we use to describe them. Football is, after all, a universal language.Nissan Messi Ronaldo 11092017Thirty-one per cent of Goal users from around the world cited long-range shots as the game’s most exciting goals. Unequivocally the most exciting type of goal to our global users, however, were those that arrived via magical solo-runs, with 35% preferring goals of individual brilliance; ostensibly preferring Lionel Messi’s dribbles to Cristiano Ronaldo’s bullets.Our global audience also agreed that team play provided the best origin of any goal, with 40% stating their preference for a strike that arrived after a slick passing move.Having established what type of goal you find most exciting, we wanted to know who you love to see scoring. The idol was popular across the board, with 37% of global users saying they wanted to see the star of the show.And of course, almost everyone agreed that nothing is more exciting than a stoppage-time goal in a final.Goal Nissan GFX Late GoalsGlobally, there was also a consensus that great goals are best experienced live at the stadium – which was particularly interesting in Asia, where a massive 54% debunked the myth that football fans from the continent are more interested in games taking place on the other side of the world.Asian fans also voiced their fondness for experiencing excitement digitally and, in a region where individuals are championed more than anywhere else, they categorically backed the idol – with a region-high 43% of users backing the superstar.Indeed, there were some interesting results when we broke down our feedback geographically. Spectacular shots from distance proved the most popular among European users, while individual goals were most enjoyed among football fans from Africa – a region that has always cherished the genius of the game’s great dribblers. Goal Nissan GFX idolThirty-four per cent of readers in Africa – a continent accustomed to losing its brightest talent at an ever-decreasing age – however, said they wanted to see the ‘wonderkid’ find the net. Indeed, Africa was the only continent that preferred seeing a goal from a youngster rather than an established star.South America, meanwhile, the region which continues to produce football’s greatest individual talents, predictably lauded the solo goal most, with a whopping 45% insisting they were the most exciting type of goal.Interestingly, South Americans told us they valued no origin of a goal more than that which begins with a pattern of team passing – though at just 27% it was the continent most undecided. South Americans were unanimous, however, in their love of the soundtrack to each goal. Goal Nissan GFX team gameIn a continent where radio played such a huge role in the early development of the game, the region unsurprisingly boasts the most excited commentators in the world, and South American fans insisted those calling the action brought an extra dimension to those special moments. Back in the old continent, 41% of users in Europe – where the game is undoubtedly at its highest standard but still has to import its individual talent from South America – preferred team interplay to individual moments, stating their excitement around great passing moves and ruthless counter-attacks. The bigger the club, the more goals are enjoyed in Europe, it appears, where 22% said they liked nothing better than seeing the giants hit the net.last_img read more

  • Corus Studios Announces Three New DocuSeries Ahead of MIPTV

    first_img Login/Register With: “Corus Studios’ strategy is to consistently develop and distribute premium content that is in demand and versatile across multiple platforms,” said Lisa Godfrey, Vice President of Original Content, Corus Entertainment. “This new slate of dynamic programming for our suite of channels offers an extraordinary opportunity to garner domestic appeal and deliver a wide-range of content to the international market.”Newly greenlit original series available at MIPTV are as follows: Big Rig Warriors (10×30) – Automotive/Docu-seriesDuring the week they earn a living travelling North America’s highways behind the wheels of their big rig trucks. But in their downtime, they meet on tracks where they drive on their own terms – and usually at dangerously fast speeds. Follow five dynamic truckers and the families and friends who support them during the exciting racing season, amid exhaust, roaring engines and burning tires, on their quest to cross the finish line and be crowned the “fastest.”  Whether they’re drag racing on the streets of cities or country towns, competing on traditional racing tracks, or going head to head in oval races in Las Vegas, they all share a common obsession: They race big trucks. And they race them fast.  Produced by Attraction Images in association with Corus Studios for HISTORY®.Rust Valley Restorers (8×60) – Automotive/Docu-seriesNestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is one of the most unique car communities in the world, also known as “Rust Valley.” It can’t be missed: acres upon acres of old and abandoned cars; a junkyard as far as the eye can see. And at its heart is a remarkable restoration shop run by a team of colourful and charismatic characters who use their impressive skills and experience to restore, trade and sell classic cars – transforming piles of rust into collectible car treasures. Produced by Mayhem Entertainment in association with Corus Studios for HISTORY®.World Without (9×60) – Pop History/Docu-seriesThis mind-bending and innovative series examines the butterfly effect of removing key individuals, ideas, inventions and influences from a given nation’s history in order to highlight what that country has contributed to global culture and human history. In each episode, the series imagines the world without a specific country – the United Kingdom, U.S.A., Italy, China, Germany, France –as their game-changing leaders, innovations and social-political achievements are erased from our shared timeline. What transpires? Global catastrophe, societal upheaval and chaos. Produced by Cream Productions in association with Corus Studios for HISTORY®.Previously announced greenlit original series starting production this spring include:Island of Bryan (13×60) – Travel/Renovation/Docu-seriesCan two parents with four school-age kids drop out of their busy lives, move to a tropical island paradise for eight months and rebuild and restore a rundown beachfront resort? Contractor Bryan Baeumler and his wife Sarah are about to find out. It’s a huge personal and financial gamble, but they’re ready to take the renovation ride of their lives. After more than 10 years of building a construction empire, Bryan and Sarah are about to embark on an unforgettable family adventure thousands of miles from home. Will they turn a ramshackle resort in the Bahamas into a luxurious boutique retreat and make it a buoyant business venture? Is paradise really all it’s cracked up to be? Produced by Si Entertainment in association with Corus Studios for HGTV Canada.STITCHED (12×60) – Fashion Competition SeriesThe deadlines are tight, the expectations are high and the judges are hard to please. STITCHED is a fierce original fashion competition series where a new wave of fashion designers match wits and stitches in an epic fashion throw-down in three rounds. In every high-style-meets-high-stakes episode, four competitors face off in dramatic themed challenges with one designer eliminated each round. Facing the oh-so-sharp resident judges and a new guest judge per episode, designers create ambitious outfits inspired by unique materials and concepts under tight timelines. In the end, one designer rises to the top with a couture-level creation that earns them the $10,000 prize. Fashion model Kim Cloutier hosts alongside style expert Joe Zee and ELLE Canada’s Editor-in-Chief Vanessa Craft. Produced by FORTÉ Entertainment in association with Corus Studios for SLICE™.At MIPTV, Corus Studios will be represented by Rita Carbone Fleury, who will be overseeing the global sales of Corus’ original content slate. For further sales inquiries, visit Rita Carbone Fleury, Corus Studios Worldwide Sales, this MIPTV at Stand R7.N3 (Riviera 7).Corus Studios is a division of Corus Entertainment.About Corus StudiosEstablished in 2015, Corus Studios, a division of Corus Entertainment, is a premium content studio that develops, produces and distributes a wide array of original lifestyle, unscripted and factual content globally. Offering dynamic programming that entertains, informs and drives audiences across platforms, Corus Studios content is featured across Corus’ suite of channels, including HGTV Canada, HISTORY®, Food Network Canada, and SLICE™. To date, Corus Studios content has been sold in over 100 territories worldwide.About Corus Entertainment Inc.Corus Entertainment Inc. (TSX: CJR.B) is a leading media and content company that creates and delivers high quality brands and content across platforms for audiences around the world. The company’s portfolio of multimedia offerings encompasses 44 specialty television services, 39 radio stations, 15 conventional television stations, a global content business, digital assets, live events, children’s book publishing, animation software, technology and media services. Corus’ roster of premium brands includes Global Television, W Network, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Canada, HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, HISTORY®, Showcase, National Geographic Channel, Q107, CKNW, Fresh Radio, Disney Channel Canada, YTV and Nickelodeon Canada. Visit Corus at www.corusent.com.  Advertisement TORONTO – Corus Studios, a division of Corus Entertainment, introduces three new docu-series for international sale at MIPTV in Cannes. The company continues to grow its slate of distinct original series developed for its portfolio of Lifestyle channels, which feature an array of genres including travel and escape, fashion, automotive, cultural and factual content. New original series available at the international market this year include, Big Rig Warriors (10×30), Rust Valley Restorers (8×60), World Without (9×60) as well as previously announced new original shows Island of Bryan (13×60) and STITCHED (12×60).  Additional broadcast details will be announced at a later date. Advertisementcenter_img Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebooklast_img read more

  • Annual Aboriginal Veterans Day marked in cities across Canada

    first_imgAshley BrandsonDarrell StrangerHundreds of people gathered at memorials across the country to remember First Nation, Metis and Inuit soldiers who died in war.In Winnipeg, more than a hundred people gathered to honour those from Manitoba who served.Ashley Brandson was there. Many Indigenous soldiers enlisted to fight in the World War One.Some never made it home and are honoured in the land where they fell.Alex Decoteau was one of those soldiers.Darryl Stranger has more.last_img

  • VC asks teachers not to comment on students

    first_imgNew Delhi: Jamia Millia Islamia’s first woman Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar has urged varsity staff to ensure that they pass no comments on students’ clothing, complexion, race or religion.Addressing the members of the teaching and the non-teaching fraternity, Professor Akhtar underlined the need for updating the existing courses, overhauling outdated ones and opening new courses in sync with contemporary demands. “Growth and development of an institution has two dimensions consolidation and expansion. We must try to consolidate what we already have, update and tone up programmes that have been running and overhaul those that are outdated and lagging behind,” she said. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesAkhtar said JMI is a gender-sensitive institution and right from its inception, it has embraced the idea of co-education and healthy mixing and growth of both genders. “Let us do nothing or make no such utterances that can be even remotely be interpreted as disrespectful or derogatory to women,” she cautioned. Staff members should not make any comments on a student’s clothing, complexion, race, place of origin or religion, Vice-Chancellor Najma Akhtar said. “Women empowerment will be a special focus of the current administration,” the vice-chancellor said, adding, “let us all cultivate common virtues of humanity and cosmopolitanism.last_img read more

  • UN Rights chief to urge UNHRC to give Sri Lanka more time

    The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Al Ra’ad Al Hussein, is to urge the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva to give Sri Lanka more time to show more progress in several areas.In an advanced version of his oral update on Sri Lanka to be presented to the Council tomorrow, which has been made public, Zeid Al Ra’ad Al Hussein says overall, the Human Rights Council should be encouraged thus far by the steps that the Government of Sri Lanka has taken to implement some of the key commitments made in Resolution 30/1, and the consultations and preparations now underway to further elaborate and design the transitional justice mechanisms. The High Commissioner believes the Government’s efforts to implement its commitments in Resolution 30/1 will require a comprehensive strategy that enables it to pursue different processes in a coordinated, integrated and appropriately sequenced manner.Such a strategy, he says, would bring together the currently unwieldy coordination arrangements within Government and facilitate greater coordination of international donor support.“It should be backed up by a concerted public information campaign that would mobilise the power and participation of civil society behind the transitional justice process. This would also increase transparency and ensure that the current consultation process with victims and civil society can be maximized and have a meaningful input into the design of transitional justice mechanisms. OHCHR continues to stand ready to provide further advice and technical assistance,” he says. “Once established, the new Office of Missing Persons will hopefully provide at least a form of immediate redress for the families of the disappeared. Nonetheless, the establishment of full transitional justice mechanisms will be needed to provide a comprehensive response to past human rights violations and ensure that they do not reccur,” he says. He says the restoration of the Constitutional Council, an independent Human Rights Commission and the ratification of the Disappearances Convention (CED) are important achievements that will leave a legacy for the future. He also notes that more rapid and sustained progress could have been made on other issues, such as the release of land and detainees and the revision of the PTA and witness protection laws, which would build confidence with the minority community.The High Commissioner says the early momentum established in investigating emblematic cases must be sustained, as early successful prosecutions would mark a turning point from the impunity of the past. Continuing allegations of arbitrary arrest, torture and sexual violence, as well as more general military surveillance and harassment, must be swiftly addressed, and the structures and institutional culture that promoted those practices be dismantled, to show there will be no tolerance for practices of the past. Nevertheless, the High Commissioner urges the Government to take concrete steps to address the impatience, anxiety and reservations towards the process that stem from various quarters, and reiterates the importance for all Sri Lankans to rally behind the process.He also says the encouragement and support of the Human Rights Council has been crucial in underpinning this process and giving assurance and confidence to all stakeholders, particularly the victim community.The High Commissioner therefore hopes the Human Rights Council will sustain its close engagement and he looks forward to reporting on further progress at its thirty-fourth session. (Colombo Gazette) The High Commissioner notes that inevitably, the transformative process on which Sri Lanka is embarked will take time and that dealing with the multiple tracks of constitutional reform, transitional justice, economic recovery and security sector reform would tax the capacity of any government. read more

  • Several airlines including Srilankan bans Samsung 7 Note

    Following a ban by the US Federal Aviation Authority, Japan’s transport ministry ordered airlines to completely ban the Note 7 from flights, including the country’s largest operators All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines. Several airlines including Srilankan Airlines have banned the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 over safety concerns.Srilankan Airlines said that passengers will be informed at airport counters on the move to ban the phone on its flight. The exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablets have highlighted the risks of lithium-ion batteries and their potential for damage within enclosed or flammable environments. But they are not the first battery-containing devices to be banned from flights. (Colombo Gazette) South Korea’s Asiana has banned Note 7s from all flights, while almost all mainland Chinese airlines including Cathay Pacific have also banned the device. Hong Kong’s international airport have prohibited passengers from carrying the device on any incoming or outgoing flights, either in checked or carry-on baggage, while Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express have both joined the ban.Australian and New Zealand airlines have banned the phone from all planes, as have Singapore Airlines, Taiwan’s two biggest airlines China Airlines and EVA Air and Malaysia-based AirAsia. Korean Air follows Government guidelines requiring Note 7s to be turned off in-flight and only transported in carry-on luggage, operating a total ban on flights to-and-from the US, Canada and Hong Kong.In Europe, Germany’s Air Berlin banned the Note 7 from flights from Saturday, while rival Lufthansa said that the device was banned on US flights and will soon be prohibited on all others. Italy’s flagship airline Alitalia joined in on the ban too, while British Airways prohibits the Note 7 on flights going to the US, Canada and Hong Kong.Several airlines have also started taking the precaution of fitting planes with new fire-containment bags, which are designed to seal up and prevent electronic devices that have caught fire from damaging the plane. Meanwhile the Guardian newspaper reported that airlines around the world have now banned Samsung’s troubled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone over the fire risks posed by the device’s lithium-ion battery. read more

  • West Miami Police find runaway teen

    first_imgWEST MIAMI, Fla. (WSVN) — Police have found a 14-year-old girl who, they said, ran away from home.According to West Miami Police, Stephanie Torralbas was safely recovered at 3:19 a.m., Monday morning.Police said she was last seen with her boyfriend, identified as Joan Depaz.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

  • No Love for the Little Guy

    first_imgNew York As Center of the UniverseOn the consumer side, ASME is acting as though New York City really is the center of the media universe. Last month, Folio: senior editor Dylan Stableford wrote a blog post asking whether the National Magazine Awards have become too New York-centric. Of the 128 Ellies finalists, 78 are based in New York City (with The New Yorker and New York combining for 21 nominations alone). “It’s always been a criticism of the media at-large,” Stableford wrote. “It locks its viewfinder on New York—and to a lesser extent, L.A.—and nothing else. And the media that covers media—particularly the journalists that cover the magazine and advertising industries—are especially prone to overstating the importance of New York, or, perhaps more accurately, not expanding the scope beyond Manhattan enough.”One respondent to Stableford’s post wrote, “I couldn’t agree more that ASME is a NYC club of the first water. In the past the media world really WAS centered in NYC. For some intervening years, there has been some terrific work and inspiring innovation elsewhere—even in Gasp!, the Midwest and Northwest. But now we’re seeing a retrenching of media in NYC because it’s the marquee brands that are monopolizing the attention economy.”Meanwhile, MarketWatch’s Jon Friedman also took a swipe at the National Magazine Awards (in a March 21st column titled, “Why the National Magazine Awards Are a Crock”). “Two words neatly sum up the selection of the nominees and winners: popularity contest,” wrote Friedman. “I’m not disparaging the quality of the nominees. The publishing world would, however, be much better served if these coveted Ellies, as the awards are known, were determined by something more relevant, such as a magazine’s primary subject.”Token Awards?Even the smaller titles that are recognized by the Neals and National Magazine Awards tend to be the same old faces. The Neals should be given credit for giving the occasional nod to smaller publishers, including nominations for Phoenix Media Network and Marketing & Technology Group (which won this year for Best Single Issue with its magazine Plate). However, both of these smaller publishers have been recognized in the past by the Neals.Smaller publishers are recognized by the Ellies typically in the under 100,000 circulation category (naturally), but not that often in other categories. In 2006, Virginia Quarterly Review was a surprise finalist and winner of two National Magazine Awards: general excellence among publications with circulations under 100,000 and fiction. After two more nominations in 2007, Virginia Quarterly Review has been named a finalist again for the 2008 awards. Denver city magazine 5280 (which has made a committed push to attract national editorial talent) is nominated as a finalist in the Public Interest category and two Emmis titles, Atlanta and Los Angeles, are also nominated while Emmis’ Texas Monthly saw its nearly decade-long streak of National Magazine Award nominations end this year. Recently, American Business Media named the winners of the 2008 Jesse H. Neal Awards while the American Society of Magazine Editors announced the finalists for its annual National Magazine Awards. The two awards programs single out the best of b-to-b and consumer magazine editorial. So how come “the best” always seems to be the same handful of large publishers? IDG and ALM dominated the field at the 54th annual Neal Awards, with IDG’s CSO winning the Grand Neal for an article titled “Red Gold Rush.” Counting its CXO unit, IDG was nominated for 15 awards and won seven. ALM was nominated for 12 Neals and won five. Other finalists included perennial Neal mainstays Advanstar Communications (six nods, down from a whopping 13 last year), McGraw-Hill and of course, Crain Communications. (Two of the usual Neal winners—Ziff’s Baseline and Advanstar’s Medical Economics—weren’t on the list of finalists this year.)None of this is really new. During the 2005 Neal Awards, an attendee told Folio:, “I’m not saying they’re not deserving but it’s getting to be like the Academy Awards. It would be nice to see some new blood up there.” last_img read more

  • National Bank embroiled in difficulties

    first_imgThe first general National Bank is embroiled in difficulties with its top loan defaulters as it’s not being able to either recover the loans or take legal action against the influential loan defaulters.Against this backdrop, the volume of the defaulted loans is escalating by the day, with interest adding up steadily.On the other hand, the bank is running with an acting managing director (MD) for the last nine months although the bank company act does not permit any bank to run more than three months with an acting MD.The bank company act rather stipulates that if any situation crops up when a bank needs to run with acting MD for more than three months, then it is the central bank – Bangladesh Bank – which would appoint an administrator for the bank.But in this case of the National Bank, the central bank remains silent.   National Bank chairman Zainul Haque Sikder, a person said to be very close to the present government, has investments in a medical college, a hospital, a tea garden, a power plant, and real estate. Six of his family members are directors of the bank.The five top debtors, Safari Traders, IPSU Trading, Cambridge International, Dreamwork Park and Monwara Trading, owe Tk 60 billion combined to the bank.Last June the default loans amounted to more than Tk 24 billion which is 11% of the total distributed loans.Bangladesh Bank appointed an observer from last October to no avail.Acting managing director of National Bank Choudhury Moshtaq Ahmed did not talk with Prothom Alo while deputy managing director ASM. Bulbul said, “We are trying to recover the money from the defaulters. Many have paid already. We’re trying to improve things.”Bangladesh Bank said during March-June, National Bank recovered only Tk 1.7 billion taka and rescheduled Tk 1.2 billion. It also recovered Tk 1.4 billion of written-off loans.The unaudited financial report shows the bank’s income has increased due to EPS (earnings per share) increase in July-September though the combined EPS drops.In 2015 Bangladesh Bank questioned the transparency of the Taka 27 billion loans sanctioned to IPSU and Cambridge International. It identified Sikder Real Estate, owned by Z H Sikder, as the real benefactor of these loans.According to the report of central bank, the Nimtoli branch sanctioned a loan of Tk 400 million on 21 April in 2013. The loan was issued against a 2-day old account in the name of Ipsu Trading. The money was used to buy a floor in ZH Sikder shopping complex of Sikder real estate. The shopping complex is located in Sirajdikhan’s Nimtoli bazar of Munshiganj. The per square foot price of that property was TK 12 thousand and 820 which was higher than the current market price.Another account was opened in the name of Cambridge International in the Simanta Square branch on 13 May, 2013. The account holder applied for a loan of  Tk1.32 billion for buying property which was approved in a meeting by the executive committee in the next day.Tk 550 million on 22 May, another Tk 550 million on 27 May and  Tk 410 million on 28 May was disbursed through Pay Order in favour the seller of the building and the bank’s MD Monowar Sikder. And the floor was purchased at Tk 12,000 per square foot in this case too. The bank’s directors are the real beneficiaries. Top loan defaultersAmong the top defaulters, Safari Traders has got a loan of Tk 1.57 billion, Ipsu Trading got 1.45 billion, Cambridge International Tk 1.36 billion, Dreamworld Park had Tk1.33 billion, Monwara Trading Tk 1.17 billion, Sagir & Brothers got Tk 1.21 billion, Jalal & Sons Tk 720 million, an engineer of  Landmark got Tk 660 million, Ahad Trading got Tk 640 million, Shah Jute and Plastic got Tk 430 million, Jamuna Agro got Tk 310 million, Sinha Securities got Tk 220 million, Mim Trading got Tk 200 million, Sinha Properties got Tk 190 million,  Citadel Properties got Tk 190 million, HR Group  got Tk 190 million, Newage Tobacco got Tk 170 million, Fa Apparel got Tk 180 million and Mansur & Sons had got a loan of  Tk 160 million.Running with an acting MDChowdhury Mostaq Ahmed, the additional MD, was appointed as the acting MD on 1 February when the previous MD, Shariful Islam, retired.Premier Property Development is said to take a loan of Tk 2 billion from the Banani branch of National Bank.  HBM Iqbal, the chairman of the bank and former member of parliament was the only guarantor of the loan. Instead of spending the money, the whole amount was deposited in the same bank as Fixed Deposit Receipt (FDR).Bangladesh Bank conducted an investigation and found the irregularity. They asked National Bank to recall the entire  loan. Mostaq Chowdhury deliberately gave false information about the loan, the report showed. That is why Bangladesh Bank did not allow him to be full-fledged managing director of National Bank.last_img read more

  • Indigenous man sentenced to death in Joypurhat

    first_imgA court in Joypurhat  on Wednesday sentenced an indigenous man to death for killing four people, including his son and mother-in-law in Panchbibi upazila in 2015, reports UNB.The condemned convict is Sumon Hemron.On 21 June 2015, in a fit of anger over the alleged extramarital affairs of his wife, Sumon Hemron hacked his own son, mother-in-law, sister-in-law and uncle-in-law to death at Bhimpur-Alapara in Panchbibi upazila.After examining the records and witnesses, Joypurhat district and sessions judge Momtaj Parvin handed down the verdict.last_img read more

  • Cards Drop Friday Games in ACCBig Ten Challenge

    first_img CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The University of Louisville softball team fell 9-8 to Northwestern in nine innings and lost 6-0 to No. 15/17 Michigan on day one of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge Friday afternoon at North Carolina’s Anderson Stadium. The Cardinals (3-4) will face the Wolverines again on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Watson (1-3) took the loss, after giving up five earned runs on seven hits and striking out one in two innings. Print Friendly Version Louisville tacked on another run in the third when junior Caitlin Ferguson doubled and crossed the plate on an error to push the lead to 6-3. The fifth inning brought one final Louisville run after Chung was hit by a pitch and was lifted for pinch-runner Jordan Wolfe who stole second, moved to third on a groundout and crossed the plate on a passes ball to give Louisville an 8-3 advantage. Danielle Williams (4-0) got the win, holding the Cardinals scoreless and striking out four in 3.0 innings. Newport paced the Wildcats offensively with three hits and a run. The Cardinals’ best chance to score came in the fourth when Hensley walked and moved to second on a wild pitch to put a runner in scoring position with one out, but a pair of strikeouts ended the threat. Funke accounted for Louisville’s only hit after she beat the throw for an infield single in the sixth. Northwestern (5-1) opened the game with three runs in the first. Rachel Lewis and Morgan Nelson drew back-to-back walks. An error on Jordyn Rudd’s fielder’s choice sent Lewis home. Nikki Cuchran’s two-run single gave the Wildcats a 3-0 lead. Matchup History The Wolverines capitalized on four hits and a sacrifice fly to tack on three more runs in the second with RBIs from Lexie Blair, Morgan Overatis and Katie Alexander. Northwestern 9 – Louisville 8 (9 inn.)The Cardinals built an 8-3 lead through six innings, but could not overcome a late rally by Northwestern as the Wildcats prevailed 9-8 in nine innings in the tournament opener. Senior Megan Hensley went 3-for-5 with a home run and a triple and drove in three runs to lead the Cardinals at the plate. Sophomore Danielle Watson struck out five in 2.2 innings of relief. Michigan 6 – Louisville 0 The Cardinals countered with a five-spot in the home half of the inning. Senior Sidney Melton was hit by a pitch and scored on Celene Funke’s third triple of the season. Hensley stepped up to the plate and drilled a shot over the fence in right center to even the score at 3-3. Roby followed with a single and, one out later, freshman Rebecca Chung lifted a two-run shot over centerfield to put Louisville on top 5-3. Next Game: vs. Michigan 2/16/2019 | 5:00 p.m. The final run of the game came in the fifth when Hoogenrad singled and scored on a hit by Peters.center_img Live Stats In the top of the seventh, Northwestern used three hits, three walks and a hit batter to put even the score at 8-8 and forced the game into extra innings. Maeve Nelson’s two-out solo shot in the ninth gave the Wildcats a 9-8 lead. Preview Michigan (4-2) took an early lead in the bottom of the first behind Haley Hoogenraad’s two-run single. Michigan 6 – Louisville 0In the second game of the day, the Wolverines built a 5-0 lead through two innings and added a run in the fifth to back Meghan Beaubien’s one-hitter as No. 15/17 Michigan beat Louisville 6-0. Story Links Northwestern 9 – Louisville 8 (9 inn.) The Cards added another run in the fourth when Funke single and scored on a triple by Hensley to make the score 7-3. Full Schedule Roster Watson took the loss after giving up one earned run on one hit and striking out four in 2.2 innings of relief. Roby got the start in the circle for the Cards and allowed three runs, one earned, on five hits while striking out two. Hensley entered the game in relief and surrendered five earned runs on five hits while striking out three. Beaubien (1-1) got the complete game shutout win while striking out eight. Hoogenraad went 2-for-3 with two RBIs to lead the Wolverines at the plate.last_img read more

  • QF adds services to Perth Dallas

    first_img‘Responding to passenger demand’, Qantas has announced it will increase services between Perth and Melbourne as well as Sydney to Dallas/Fort Worth.Commencing 15 October this year, the airline will replace flights currently operated by the Boeing 767 aircraft to the A330 – adding 24 extra A330 services between Perth and Melbourne, from 44 to 68 per week.The carrier will also reintroduce the Boeing 747 on services between Sydney and Perth from 9 July.The carrier’s domestic chief executive Lyell Strambi said the extra service would meet increasing demand for premium travel for business and leisure travellers flying to Perth.Meanwhile commencing 1 July the airline is hoping to tap into the growing US visitor market with extra flights between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth.Launching services to the region with four flights per week, the airline added two extra services in January this year and will move to daily next month. Qantas executive manager Stephen Thompson said extra services were in response to “a successful first year of operation on the route” and will help build a stronger international business.“As a perfectly located hub airport less than four hours from every major US city, DFW offers excellent connections to Australia for American visitors,” Mr Thompson said.   “With additional capacity on the route we look forward to bringing even more US visitors to Australia and onward throughout Qantas’ unmatched Australian domestic network.”In other Qantas news, last week the Australian flag carrier launched its new aircraft maintenance system that will see planes inspected on demand.Click here for more information. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

  • Football association deputy heads car target of arson attack

    first_imgA car belonging to the vice president of the football association, Giorgos Koumas, was destroyed by fire in Nicosia at around 4am on Wednesday.According to police, the Mercedes S class vehicle was parked in the underground parking of a five-storey block of flats on Kyriakou Matsis street at the time.The fire which is believed to be due to arson was under control by 4.26am. Three other cars were affected by smoke but none was damaged by the blaze.The football association later condemned the “malicious and cowardly act of arson” which resulted in the destruction of the car.In a statement, the association expressed its support for its deputy head and called on police to act swiftly and arrest the perpetrators.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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