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first_imgAbel Hernandez scored in the first half, Mathias Corujo added a late breakaway goal and Uruguay beat Jamaica 3-0 on Tuesday night to snap a five-game Copa America winless streak.Both teams were ruled out of contention for the knockout stages after loses in their first two games. Mexico clinched Group C and advanced to the quarterfinals after tying Venezuela 1-1 Monday. (Also read: Mexico top Group C after draw with Venezuela) Uruguay took its first lead of the 2016 tournament in the 21st minute. Nicolas Lodeiro slid a through ball between two defenders and Hernandez powered a shot into the top of the goal. It was just Uruguay’s second goal of the tournament.Uruguay went ahead 2-0 in the 66th minute on Je-Vaughn Watson’s own goal. Hernandez’s errant one-touch in front of the goal ricocheted off Watson’s right hand into the goal.In the 88th, Corujo raced to win a glancing header of a long goal kick and he beat Jamaica goalkeeper Andre Blake in a one-on-one battle.Jamaica was the only team to not score a goal in the tournament.last_img read more

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first_imgIn a thoroughly a one-sided series, the only minor blip In a thoroughly a one-sided series, the only minor blip could be the performance of opener Shikhar Dhawan who failed in the Kolkata Test and should be worried about his place in the side. Murali Vijay had a couple of half-centuries while Gautam Gambhir, coming back after two and half years, scored a half-century to increase selectorial dilemma. For New Zealand, opener Tom Latham scored three half-centuries in three matches and the only batsman to aggregate a total of 200 runs — something that Kohli scored in a single innings. With captain Kane Williamson not managing to negotiate Ashwin well with only 135 runs — one of his disappointing series in recent times, the New Zealand batting looked brittle. In bowling, the spinners led by Mitchell Santner (10 wickets) tried their best but against a quality batting line-up, they were expected to be found short. Trent Boult (10 wickets) bowled his heart out but there was little help from the other end as neither Matt Henry (6 wickets) nor Neil Wagner (5 wickets) had the expertise to bowl on Indian pitches. Boult did miss Tim Southee as his experience would have come in handy. PTI KHS CM CMlast_img read more

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first_imgHere you will find all player of the final and player of the series awards for all divisions at the 2005 Asics NTL. You will also find the referee grand final appointments, the referee of the tournament awards and the upgrades that several referees achieved. Congratulations to all award winners! PLAYER AWARDS: Womens 20’s: Player of Final- Melissa Tyack (Sharks) Player of Series- Jarah Jennings (ACT) Mens 20’s: Player of Final- Scott Naughton (Southern Suns) Player of the series- Ricky Morris (Northern Eagles) Mixed Open: Player of the Final- Tony El Takchi (Mets) and Megan Smee (Mets) Player of the Series- Riki Best (Sharks) Amy Fong (Sharks) Womens Open: Player of the Final: Louise Winchester Player of the Series: Sharyn William Mens Open: Craig Pierce Medal for the Player of the Final- Ben Robinson (Sharks) Player of the Series- Drummayne Dayberg (Sharks) Mens 30’s: Player of the Final: Garry Sonda (Mets) Player of the Series: Jason Yee (Mets) Mens 35’s: Player of the Final: Paul Forbes (Mets) Player of the Series: Andrew Yiangou (Mets) Mens 40’s: Player of the Final: Jeff Cheung (Scorpions) Player of the Series: Wayne Moore (Sharks) Mens 45’s: Player of the Final: Bill McLean (Cobras) Player of the Series: Gary Simmons (Scorpions) Mens 50’s: Player of the Final: Len Blakeney (Hornets) Player of the Series: Michael Gallagher (Hornets) Womens 30’s: Player of the Final: Tracey Frith (Crusaders) Player of the Series: Jody English (Scorpions) Womens 35’s: Player of the Final: Debbie Potts (Hornets) Player of the Series: Debbie Potts (Hornets) Womens 40’s: Player of the Final: Carol Forlonge (Sydney Scorpions) Player of the Series: Michelle Smidt (Sydney Scorpions) REFEREE AWARDS OPENS AND 20’S AWARDS: Mens Open Final: Adam Foley, Gavin West, Jason Charlton Mixed Final: Lawre Gafa, Dave Baggio, Brad Smith Mens 20 Final: Mike Medlin, Dale Lawrence, Luke McKenzie Womens Open Final: Richard O’Connor, Nick Hollingworth, Jenny Madders Womens 20 Final: Garry Mournehis, Matt Vernon, Sam Mournehis Referee of the Tournament: Adam Foley No 1 Ranked Female of Tournament: Jenny Madders Upgraded to Level 6 Badge: Sam Adarti (NSW) Jodie Burnes (QLD) Sam Esen (NSW) Russ Hendry (QLD) Alan Hodsdon (WA) Phil Morabito (NSW) Sam Mournehis (NSW) Jamie Oliver (QLD) Derek Shuttleworth (NSW) Anthony Smith (NSW) Upgraded to Level 5 Badge: Annabelle Connolly (WA) Steve Cratchley (VIC) Martin Jones (NSW) Greg McBrien (NSW) Kim Skelly (NSW) Deon Wilson (QLD) Karen Woods (WA) REFEREE AWARDS- SENIORS TOURNAMENT: Mens 30s Final: Lawre Gafa, Dave Baggio, Luke McKenzie Mens 35s Final: Bill Slade, Willy Barnes, Derek Shuttleworth Mens 40s Final: Barry McNamarra, Mick McGrath, Peter Cominos Womens 30s Final: Mark Fenton, Sharon Foster, Greg Taylor Mens 45s Final: Kerry Disney, Steve Lyons, Joe LoGrande 6.Mens 50s Final: Damien Carlson, Steve Cratchley, John Bedford Womens 35s Final: Dave Brown, Alan Davison, Luis Piriz Womens 40s Final: Jon Hall, Karen Strachan, Freda Black Referee of the Tournament: Lawre Gafa No 1 Ranked Female Referee: Kerry Disney (unavailable for Womens 30 Final appointment due to work commitment) Upgraded to Senior Level 6 Badge: John Bedford (WA) Dave Brown (NSW) Mark Fenton (NSW) Greg Taylor (ADF) Upgraded to Senior Level 5 Badge: Rick Andrew (QLD) John Frost (NSW) Jim Hogan (QLD) Dave Piccinelli (QLD) Steve Ryan(NSW) Rob Ward (QLD)last_img read more

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first_imgIt’s been a busy week for the Australian Men’s Open, Women’s Open and Mixed teams, commencing on Saturday with a training camp at Tempe, NSW. Touch Football Australia’s High Performance Manager Wayne Grant says that he was impressed with the performance of the teams at the camp. “All three teams trained at Tempe, they trained all day Saturday and Sunday. They had some trial games that went really well.“Everyone is really excited to get out there and have a run. They are all jumping out of their skins to play, I think that’s because we have a fair few new ones and young ones, they bring a little bit more energy to the teams,” Grant said. All three Australian teams have a number of debutants for the Series, which begins on Friday.“They’re looking really good. The new ones look like they are fitting in quite well and they’ve got some good speed, they’re looking really fast. I just hope we can put it out on the field now, they all just want to get out there on the field.” The teams arrived in Auckland on Tuesday night, and while the Mixed team used Wednesday as a rest day, the other two teams spent the day training.“The Men’s and the Women’s teams went and trained at the Auckland Domain this morning, just had a light run to get their legs moving. The Men are off to somewhere in South Auckland for a trial game and the Women are off the other way to North Auckland, to play a trial game against North Harbour(on Wednesday afternoon).“Tomorrow we do a few of the official things, we do our jersey presentation, we have that around lunchtime…We have a walk around the stadium to have a look at the venue and some more training in the afternoon and the official civic reception is on Thursday night,” Grant said.  The New Zealand Warriors’ Steve Price will be the guest speaker at Thursday night’s pre-match dinner. Grant is hoping that the Australian teams will be able to repeat 2009’s Trans Tasman Series whitewash in the final encounter between the two teams before next year’s World Cup in Scotland. “I’m quietly confident. This one is going to be a challenge due to the changeover in the teams and obviously playing New Zealand on their home soil, this one’s going to be a much bigger challenge. “They (New Zealanders) tend to support their teams pretty well, we are expecting some big crowds out there,” Grant said.Stay tuned to the TFA website for all of the Trans Tasman news including Tour Diary entries from members of the Australian teams. To view the 2010 Trans Tasman Series website, please click on the following link:http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-6976-0-0-0&sID=155406last_img read more

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first_imgJalen Hurts of the Alabama Crimson Tide celebrates with his teammates after winning 24 to 7 against Washington Huskies.ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 31: Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide celebrates with his teammates after winning 24 to 7 against Washington Huskies during the 2016 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome on December 31, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)We’re just weeks away from the college football season. Now, we know more about the broadcast for Alabama vs. Louisville.The defending national champion Crimson Tide enter the year as the top team in the country. Louisville is in a bit of a transitional period.Former Heisman winner Lamar Jackson left for the NFL after a pair of stellar seasons as starting quarterback for the Cardinals. He is now a Baltimore Raven.Alabama and Louisville are set to kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET on September 1. The game will be broadcast on ESPN, from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.ESPN has announced that Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Maria Taylor will be on the call for Alabama vs. Louisville.From ESPN‘s release:Lead analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who was recognized as sports most outstanding analyst in the offseason, and reporter Maria Taylor will begin the 2018 season campaign by working three games in five days, while lead play-by-play commentator Chris Fowler will call two games with his weekly prime-time commentator tandem in the midst of his comprehensive US Open schedule.Fowler, Herbstreit and Taylor will be in Orlando for the 2018 Camping World Kickoff as the defending College Football Playoff National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Louisville Cardinals in the season premiere of ABC’s Saturday Night Football (8 p.m.).It will be a busy Labor Day weekend for the trio. Two days after the game in Orlando, they will call the ACC battle between Florida State and Virginia Tech on Sept. 3 in Tallahassee.[ESPN]last_img read more

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first_img1. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 2. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 3. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 4. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 5. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 6. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup 7. STARTECH Range Rover Pickup The Jeep Gladiator Helped Me Rediscover Fun Outdoors Editors’ Recommendations Kia Telluride Is the Perfect Road Tripper for All Two- and Four-Legged Friends 6 Fastest Cars in the World Right Now center_img Putting the motto “build it and they will come” to the ultimate test, German tuner Startech has announced plans to introduce a pickup truck based on the Land Rover Range Rover at next week’s Shanghai Motor Show.The truck immediately stands out from the stock Range Rover thanks to a more aggressive front fascia characterized by a deep front bumper with numerous air vents, a new gloss black radiator grille and two up-swept rows of LED daytime running lights. Side skirts and massive multi-spoke 23-inch alloy wheels tucked away under flared fenders noticeably increase the Range’s road presence.Things get even more interesting beyond the C-pillar. In lieu of the traditional cargo compartment, Startech’s one-off Range features a 43-inch long bed that has been sprayed with a protective plastic coating. The tailgate can be automatically opened and closed by simply pressing a button on the key fob.Those who aren’t too distracted by the pickup body style will notice that the truck also gains quad exhaust outlets, an air diffuser and a small T-shaped rear window integrated into a metal partition that separates the bed and the passenger compartment.The cockpit has been spruced up with four individual seats upholstered in diamond-quilted black leather, a full-length center console and acres of real carbon fiber trim.Startech has not made any major mechanical modifications, meaning the pickup is powered by a stock Range Rover-sourced supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine. However, a custom-built exhaust system adds about 16 horsepower, bumping the eight-cylinder’s output to 518 horsepower. The truck can reach 62 mph from a stop in 5.3 seconds and go on to an electronically-limited top speed of 155 mph.Startech has not revealed how much the Range Rover pickup will cost, how many examples it plans on building and in which countries it will be available in. Additional information will be announced next week during the biennial Shanghai show. Zach Klein Is the Reason We’re All Obsessed with Cabin Porn There’s Never a Bad Time to Visit Whistler, the Four-Season Outdoor Playgroundlast_img read more

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first_imgGary Barlow will be heading back to the beautiful and intimate setting of London’s Royal Albert Hall for a very special night of music in aid of Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, on Tuesday 22 April 2014.Gary Barlow said: “I feel really honoured to have been asked to perform for Nordoff Robbins. It is a charity that makes such a difference to people’s lives, using music to give a voice to those who don’t always have one. We had such an amazing time at the Royal Albert Hall the last time we were there so I know it’s going to be a very special, intimate show.”Dr Marcus Stephan, CEO at Nordoff Robbins said: “Gary Barlow is one the UK’s most successful and well-respected singer-songwriters and we are thrilled and delighted he is performing for Nordoff Robbins. “This is a perfect opportunity to raise funds and awareness for Nordoff Robbins, an organisation which has music at its very core. As a musician, Gary Barlow understands only too well about the power of music and the positive difference music therapy can make to people’s lives. All the money raised from the event will help Nordoff Robbins fund music therapy sessions across the UK for people who are vulnerable and isolated.“I would like to say an enormous thank you to the Royal Albert Hall for their incredible generosity in granting us their annual free charity let. This will substantially increase the amount of money we are able to raise at the event, thus enabling us to deliver even more music therapy sessions to those who really need it.”Chris Cotton, Chief Executive of the Royal Albert Hall, said: “It is a privilege for the Royal Albert Hall to continue supporting the inspiring work of Nordoff Robbins by awarding them our Annual Charity Free Let 2014. In addition, I am sure that we will continue to support them through our sponsorship of the Best British Act at the O2 Silver Clef Awards. Both charities believe in transforming lives through live music; it is very close to our hearts. We are delighted to welcome Gary Barlow back to the Royal Albert Hall for what will be an amazing concert. Come and join us to raise much needed funds for Nordoff Robbins”. This week also sees the release of Gary’s first solo studio album in over 14 years ‘Since I Saw You Last’.With Take That, Gary Barlow can count eight Number One albums, selling more than 30 million copies, to his name. He has also been party to fifteen No.1 singles, sold seven million concert tickets as well as being the proud recipient of six Ivor Novello Awards. He was awarded an OBE for his contribution to British music last year following the work he has done with BBC Children in Need and the hugely successful Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert. Gary currently sits as a judge on the UK’s No 1 show The X Factor for the third year running.Tickets are on sale now from:www.royalalberthall.comwww.ticketmaster.co.uk www.gigsandtours.comlast_img read more

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The average value for the Canadian dollar on Monday was 78.71 cents US, down 0.12 of a cent from Friday.The U.S. dollar was at C$1.2705, up 0.20 of a cent.Pound sterling was at C$1.6483, down 0.01 of a cent, and US$1.2974, down 0.21 of a cent.The Euro was at C$1.4975, down 0.09 of a cent.Quotations provided by the Bank of Canada.

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World leaders must pay more attention to the role that information and communication technologies (ICTs) can play in addressing many of the challenges of the 21st century and in achieving the Millennium Development Goals, the head of the United Nations International Telecommunications Union (ITU) says.“Although ICTs are not a panacea for the world’s long-standing problems of development and international tension, they can nevertheless help address many of the needs and global challenges of the 21st century,” ITU Secretary-General Yoshio Utsumi said yesterday. “ICTs can provide a powerful tool for the benefit of all citizens and for the UN in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).”At the opening ceremony of the third and last preparatory conference (PrepCom-3) for the upcoming Tunis Phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), Mr. Utsumi said that in this regard world leaders must pay more attention to ICTs.The 19 to 30 September meeting of the ITU at the UN complex in Geneva gives some 1,350 delegates from more than 130 countries and over 150 such groups as international organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and businesses the chance to work out an agreement before the second phase of WSIS, which begins on 16 November in Tunisia, ITU said.Key agenda items for PrepCom-3 include financing for ICT development, implementation mechanisms for the WSIS Action Plan and the issue of Internet governance, as the Internet is transformed from an academic research network into a mainstream communications platform and a key strategic resource in today’s emerging information society, it said.The growing importance of the Internet as a source of information and knowledge, along with the advent of a host of new ICT-related issues, such as spam, protecting online intellectual property, cybercrime, network security and secure frameworks for e-commerce, has led some countries to propose a new management structure that would be independent of any single government, the agency said. Some key delegations already have publicly disagreed with this and “the issue remains highly contentious and is expected to be the subject of vigorous debate,” ITU said. read more

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Mr. Guterres, aged 67, was Prime Minister of Portugal from 1995 to 2002, and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees from June 2005 to December 2015.If the Security Council’s recommendation is confirmed, Mr. Guterres will succeed current Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, of the Republic of Korea, who was appointed in 2006 and will leave the post at the end of this year. The new Secretary-General will assume the role in January 2017 and will serve a five year term, which can be renewed by Member States for an additional five years.On an official visit to Italy, last week when the Council forward its decision to the Assembly, Mr. Ban said in Rome that Mr. Guterres is “an excellent choice,” noting that the two had worked closely during Mr. Guterres “long and outstanding tenure” as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. Under procedures for appointing the world body’s new chief, after the recommendation is transmitted from the Council to the Assembly, a draft resolution is issued for the Assembly to take action. After appropriate consultations with Member States, the Assembly President fixes a date for the draft to be taken up. The last five Secretaries-General were appointed by the Assembly through a resolution adopted by consensus. A vote will take place only if a Member State requests it and a simple majority of those voting would be required for the Assembly to adopt the resolution. But the Assembly could decide that the decision requires a two-thirds majority. If a vote is taken, it will be by secret ballot. The UN Charter, signed in 1945 as the foundation of the Organization, says relatively little about how a Secretary-General is to be selected, aside from Article 97, which notes that the candidate “shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon the recommendation of the Security Council.” At its first session in 1946, the General Assembly was much more active in the selection process. It created resolution A/RES/1/11 determining that the Council take the lead in the selection process, agree on a single name in a private meeting, and pass that name down to the General Assembly for a vote.In addition to Mr. Guterres, 12 other candidates were in the running for the position. Thursday’s action in the Assembly will be the culmination of an historic process: the selection of a new United Nations Secretary-General, traditionally decided behind closed-doors by a few powerful countries, has for the first time, involved public discussions with each candidate campaigning for the world’s top diplomatic post.These so-called ‘informal briefings’ between the candidates, UN Member States and civil society representatives kicked off on 12 April, when the first three candidates presented their ‘vision statements’ and answered questions on how they would promote sustainable development, improve efforts to create peace, protect human rights, and deal with huge humanitarian catastrophes should they be selected to lead the Organization. In addition, this past July, the UN held its first-ever globally televised and webcast townhall-style debate in the General Assembly Hall, where the confirmed candidates at the time took questions from diplomats and the public at large. read more

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← Previous Story New “Super-Goal” from Celje: An action finished by goalkeeper! (VIDEO) Next Story → Igor Karacic with “one leg” in Vardar Skopje The fans, visitors and exhibitors can see today how the riders meeting with media representatives before an important match of the Champions League with Danish – Silkeborg. Everyone who visited today “yellow-white-blue” stand could “overhear” what they have to say coach Bogdan Wenta and players: Mariusz Jurasik and Marcus Cleverly, before the game in Denmark.It’s not the end of things. As it turned out to players in addition to journalists, waited for the fans who wanted to get an autograph or take a common image. As usual, the most “snapped” person was the coach Bogdan Wenta. VTK coach before a long time not only was it available to the editors, it still had to do in the meantime, dozens of photos and signed hundreds of gadgets.Of course, the fans in addition to the conference and the many attractions waiting for autographs. Everyone can take pictures of the trophies that VTK taking in recent times and get merchandise to promote the club and region.VTK booth this year, enjoys great popularity in comparison to previous years. By “yellow-white-blue” place in Kielce Trade Fairs every scrolling hundreds of fans and visitors from the Polish, but also across Europe. Everyone receives a lot of memorabilia from the club!VTK stand at Kielce Trade Fairs in Hall D No. 20 is open to the public till tomorrow.15.00.The Sports-Winter Fair 2012 is waiting for you many activities such as skiing simulator, which tried Mariusz Jurasik. Bogdan WentaVive Targi Kielce read more

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first_imgA motorcyclist was injured after striking a deer while riding northeast of Salmon Creek on Monday.Emergency crews responded to a call at about 10:45 a.m. of a motorcycle crash on Northeast 179th Street near Northeast 53rd Avenue, said Tim Dawdy, division chief for Clark County Fire & Rescue.Upon arriving at the scene, Dawdy said, crews found the man and his motorcycle in the road. The man, estimated to be in his 60s, was riding east on Northeast 179th Street when he veered to avoid the deer, and the motorcycle tipped and slid on its side.“The deer was limping but got up and ran away,” Dawdy said. The man, whose name was not released, was injured. He was treated by paramedics from Fire District 3 before being transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.last_img read more

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first_imgSupporters of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (not pictured), who many nations have recognised as the country`s rightful interim ruler, listen as he addresses the crowd in Merida, Venezuela on 15 June 2019. Reuters File PhotoVenezuelans seeking refuge in Chile can request a “democratic responsibility visa” at any Chilean consulate in the world, and not just in their homeland where the visa has been available until now, Chile’s foreign ministry said on Saturday.The visa can be requested as of Monday. It will allow Venezuelans fleeing their crisis-hit country to stay in Chile for one year, and can be extended for an additional 12 months, a statement posted on the ministry’s website said.”We have instructed that all Chilean consulates in the world also begin to be able to offer visas of democratic responsibility,” Chilean foreign minister Teodoro Ribera was quoted as saying in local press reports on Saturday.The minister added that for Chile the “real solution” would be for “the rule of law be restored” in Venezuela. Chile is part of the 12-nation Lima Group of Western states pushing for the resignation of Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro. Opponents accuse Maduro, a socialist, of being a dictator.In another policy change, the interior ministry announced that Chile will immediately start requiring tourist visas for Venezuelan visitors who plan to stay in the country for short periods. Previously, Venezuelans could arrive without tourist visas and stay for 90 days.Venezuela’s economic collapse has unleashed the biggest migratory crisis in recent South American history.This week about 200 migrants, the vast majority Venezuelans, were stranded on the border between Peru and Chile trying to enter Chilean territory after a change of regulations in Peru slowed their movement.last_img

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first_imgKolkata: Authorities of the Victoria Memorial Hall have considerably reduced its entry fees for SAARC nationals to attract more visitors from these countries.The entry fee, which was Rs 500 per person, has been slashed to Rs 100 with effect from March 1. People from countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Afganisthan and Pakistan will now have to dole out Rs 100 only for a visit to the Victoria Memorial. The entry fee for home visitors, which is Rs 30, remains unchanged. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata Bose”We had two broad classifications when it came to the entry at the Victoria Memorial Hall — Indians and Foreigners. For Indians, the entry fee was Rs 30 and for foreigners it was Rs 500.Our staff, who man the ticket counters brought it to our notice that people from SAARC countries particularly from Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan often complain about the high entry fees.Many of them visit the Victoria Memorial Hall on more than one occasion for various purposes. We discussed the matter at our board of trustees and we decided to reduce the entry fees for the SAARC nationals. We also wrote to the Ministry of Culture for their approval and have got the permission to bring down the entry fee from Rs 500 to Rs 100,” said the Victoria Memorial Hall curator and secretary, Jayanta Sengupta. The SAARC nationals will have to furnish their passport at the ticket counters to avail of the facilities. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataApart from normal visitors, scholars from SAARC countries also come to the Victoria Memorial for research activities on Bengal’s rich history, art and culture and architecture. Several specimens of Bengal’s architecture are present in Victoria Memorial Hall’s collection. According to a senior official, out of 38 lakh visitors in a year, around 90,000 are foreigners and a majority of them are from SAARC countries. However, the Victoria Memorial authorities have doubled its entry fees to the garden from Rs 10 to Rs 20. It may be mentioned here that out of 38 lakh annual visitors at the Victoria Memorial, 18 lakh avail of the tickets for the garden alone. The authorities have also brought about a change in the timing of entry at the Victoria Memorial with effect from January 28 this year.On weekends, the timings to visit the heritage structure are 10 am to 8 pm. In May last year, the Victoria Memorial had for the first time in 97 years, increased the timing of both the museum and the lawns by an hour from 5pm to 6pm on all days except Monday, when the museum is shut.last_img read more

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first_imgPunjab: Sikh Dharma International (SDI) hosted a fund-raiser for a regional hospital in Venezuela. The lack of food and medicine in that country is overwhelming and raising money is just one-step – finding a way to spend that money on the people who need it. Sikh dharma international hosted the programme with Valentina Keeler and her organization Lejos Pero No Ausentes (Far Away but Not Gone). She sends shipments to Venezuela of basic foods and medicines, through a channel of relatives, and successfully gets supplies in-country where big organizations can’t. Sikh Dharma has send over $11,000 last fall, whereas, Valentina Keeler is still spending and sending packages every month. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf “Sikh Dharma International is working for the good of deprived and needy world over. One of our aim is to help people live with dignity and respectable life by providing basic necessities of life”, said Shanti Kaur Khalsa from Sikh Dharma International. Ivonne Capechhi, a nurse at the hospital and recipient of these shipments, recently wrote: “Friends how to explain the terrible situation that we found yesterday – we need the help of everyone”. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive In the hospital, they deliver medicine basic needed amenities. Sikh dharma international appreciates the foundation Lejos Pero No Ausentes and Valentina Keeler for the special food she sent for malnutrition. Ram Krishan Kaur Khalsa from Sikh Dharma Argentina, the foundation to which she belongs, has made it possible for food to be served to so many people in hunger. Although the fundraiser from Sikh Dharma has finished, please keep the people of Venezuela in your thoughts and prayers. Lejos Pero No Ausentes takes donations directly on their website if you wish to give.last_img read more

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first_img6. Daytona Beach and International SpeedwayIf you fancy dipping your toes into the Atlantic on Florida’s East Coast, Daytona Beach might be the place to try. Daytona Beach is unusual in that it allows cars on the beach, and the town as a whole is famous for its motor racing. It’s home to the Daytona International Speedway, which hosts the NASCAR meets and various other races. Take a tour, and experience the thrill of being in a race in one of its simulators. Keep an eye on the race calendar if you’d like to be in the crowd. 2. Lake Kissimmee Swamp TourSee some of Florida’s wonderful wildlife by taking a ‘swamp tour’ on one of the state’s most well-known bodies of water, Lake Kissimmee. Several companies offer tours, for which you can find money-off coupons in local tourist brochures. Swamp tours take you on an exhilarating high-speed boat trip through the lilypads and swamps that form an ecosystem that’s home to countless species of flora and fauna. Look out for sandhill cranes, bald eagles and, of course, alligators. 3. See the lakes from the airThe landscape to the north of Orlando is peppered with lakes, and the best way to see just how many there are is from the air. Take to the skies in a floatplane and you’ll not only see the lakes from above, but you’ll get to land on them, too. There are several floatplane schools that can be easily reached from Orlando; Jones Brothers & Co in Tavares is a particularly good one. 4. Mr Ripley’s Believe It or NotIf the Florida heat gets a bit much, Mr Ripley’s Believe It or Not on International Drive is a fun place to retreat for air-conditioned comfort. The innumerable curiosities in this bizarre 1930s museum were amassed by the eponymous Mr Ripley, housed in a building that appears to be half-sinking into one of Florida’s infamous sinkholes (don’t worry, it’s not really). All kinds of weird and wonderful things await visitors to this ‘Odditorium’, from a model of the world’s tallest ever man to a fragment of the Berlin Wall.5. Go DowntownDowntown Orlando is the city’s business district, and its skyline has high-rise buildings aplenty. It’s best enjoyed in the evening, when the place comes alive as its restaurants and bars buzz with activity. Orange Avenue is particularly noted for its eating establishments, so it’s perfect for dinner. If you visit during the day, Lake Eola Park is worth a look for the insight it gives into what Orlando was like before Disney brought mass tourism to the area. 7. Clearwater Beach and the West CoastFlorida’s impeccably white sandy beaches on its Gulf of Mexico coast make for a great day trip from Orlando. Clearwater Beach is one of the most popular in Florida. Watch pelicans dive-bombing into the sea catching fish, and stroll along Pier 60, from which you can see shoals of fish swimming below. Between 6 and 9pm every night, the pier is the setting for Sunsets at Pier 60, with craft stalls and family entertainment, as the sun sets over the Gulf.Find flightsFind hotels in OrlandoDiscover more of The Sunshine State:Top 10 things to do in Fort LauderdaleHow to save money at Disney WorldSkyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hireReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map It may be best known for its theme parks – from Disney World to Universal Studios – but there’s a lot more to Orlando than rollercoaster rides and costumed characters.In fact, there’s enough to do in and around Orlando that you need never go near such things as giant mice, so don’t write off the Sunshine State as a holiday destination if theme parks aren’t your cup of tea. Rachel McCombie shares seven of her favourite things to do in Orlando, and there’s not a mouse in sight.1. Kennedy Space CenterEven if you were to do nothing else in Florida, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, on Florida’s Atlantic coast, just an hour-and-a-half’s drive from Orlando, would more than make the trip worthwhile. As well as its space museums, a must-do is the bus tour of Cape C’s working facilities, including the launchpad from which Apollo 11 left for the Moon. Unveiled in 2014, the most impressive exhibit is none other than the Space Shuttle Atlantis, until recently part of the iconic fleet that was NASA’s means of shipping astronauts from Cape Canaveral’s launchpads out to the International Space Station. Suspended from the ceiling as though in flight, you’ll get so close that you can almost reach out and touch it. 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