Share NewsRegional Hindus greet Trinidad and Tobago on Indian Arrival Day by: – May 31, 2011 Sharing is caring! Indian Arrival Day. Photo credit: trinigourmet.comPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Hindus have sent greetings to Trinidad and Tobago, one of the wealthiest nations in the Caribbean, as it celebrates Indian Arrival Day on Monday.Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement on Saturday, expressed warmest greetings on the upcoming Indian Arrival Day, wishing that it brought joy, happiness, blessings and cheer to all the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.Rajan Zed, who is president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, said that he would pray for this great country’s well-being, which is known for Carnival, mesmerizing beaches and calypso music.Indian Arrival Day commemorates the arrival of the first Indian indentured labourers from India to Trinidad on May 30, 1845, on the ship Fatel Razack. It has been an official public holiday since 1994. During 1845-1917, over 140,000 Indians were transported here, who brought with them a new culture.Celebrations this year reportedly include cultural shows, parades, patriotic songs, exhibition, chutney songs, dances, folk (Sohar, Khajari, Bhojpuri, etc.) songs, awards distribution, fashion show, concert, Bhangra-Giddah, etc., to mark the 166th anniversary of the arrival of East Indians to this country. The Indian High Commission in Port of Spain, with Malay Mishra as High Commissioner, is also said to be assisting in the celebrations.Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the first female prime minister of this twin-island nation, who took the oath of office on an ancient Hindu scripture Bhagavad-Gita (Song of the Lord) on being elected last year, will address various events during the day.Said to be settled at least 7,000 years ago, Trinidad and Tobago in the southern Caribbean is heavily influenced by petroleum industry. A $14-million Hindu temple and community center has been planned for Freeport, according to reports.Hinduism, the oldest and third largest religion of the world, has about one billion adherents and moksh (liberation) is its ultimate goal.Caribbean News Now Share 40 Views no discussions Tweet Share
Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhy Do Americans Consider Him To Be The Best President?Top 6 Iconic Supercar Movies6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made In reality West was a decent centre back in the mid 90s to early 00s in a generation where defending was far more about the ability to stop players than pass the ball at the back. The Nigerian International played for Auxerre in France before moving to Italy where he played for both Inter and AC Milan, eventually landing in England on loan and then moving on to Germany and Serbia.He was best known for incredible hair and his green and white braids made him famous in the 1998 World Cup, also playing for his country in the 2002 edition and winning the Olympics in 1996.But for all he achieved in reality on the pitch the defender, who could play on the left as well as in the centre, was arguably known best for being available for free at the beginning of Championship Manager 01/02- arguably the best version of the football sim, thanks in some part to nostalgia:Of course we can’t boil all his career down simply to a game but it’s true that anyone in their late 20s and early 30s, possibly beyond, who loved the serial of games must have had a save with West.Whether you started with a lower league team or one of Europe’s elite there was always the chance to sign the former Inter man on a free transfer at the beginning of the game and there was a chance you’d bag him. In another reality somewhere, Super Eagles legend Taribo West became the greatest defender that the world has ever seen.Whether that reality existed in your computer or a friend’s it definitely happened. We wish the greatest free transfer the game has ever seen a happy birthday!Footballers have a lot to thank Jean-Marc Bosman for. Without him they may have never had free trade once their contracts came to an end and for the rest of us we may never have got the cult of Taribo West.Advertisement Happy Birthday Taribo, you’ll always remain in our hearts, for your hair, your ability and the alternate reality where you really were one of the best! FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Not only could you sign him but you’d be guaranteed he would be a success. I have played 100s of saves on that game and signed him on most of those without a single failure.Read Also: Messi gifts €1m to hospitals to combat coronavirusWest was truly one of the cult heroes not just of the game but of 90s football. He played alongside the likes of Ronaldo, Javier Zanetti, Diego Simeone and Youri Djorkaeff in Inter’s UEFA Cup win in 1998 and Nwankwo Kanu, Jay-Jay Okocha and Daniel Amokachi in his country’s Olympic success in Atalanta in 96.
Brookville, Ind. — Several honors were handed out at the recent Franklin County FFA Banquet.Lori Kolb was named an honorary FFA member. Shelby Kolb earned the DEKALB Award and Andrew Herrmann was presented with the Bradley T. Hofer Award.Ludwig Contracting, MBC Group, Mr. Gary Bradburn, Mrs. Linda Ball, Mrs. Beth Chaddon, Mrs. Laura Frondorf, and Mrs. Marilyn Roberts were given the FFA Appreciation Award.There were 48 Greenhand Degree recipients this year, Peter Volk received the Star Greenhand Award. Twelve Chapter Degrees were awarded this year, Abrem Losekamp receiving the Star Chapter Member Award.This year there were four Hoosier Degree recipients. Ben Ball, Grace Moster, Sam Ludwig, and Luke Stirn will be receiving their Hoosier Degree at State Convention this summer. Nate Frondorf received the Oustanding Member Award and Shelby Kolb received the Outstanding Leader Award.After all of the awards were presented, the retiring of old officers and installation of new officers began. The retiring officers were: Shelby Kolb, President; Andrew Herrmann, Vice President; Grace Moster, Secretary; Ben Ball, Treasurer; Kayla Galyen, Reporter; Sam Ludwig, Sentinel; Sam Ludwig. The newly installed officers were: Grace Moster, President; Ben Ball and Kyle Seibert, Vice Presidents; Grayce Knapp, Secretary; Isaac Selm, Treasurer, Kayla Galyen, Reporter; Luke Stirn, Sentinel, Heather Stenger, Communications Manager; Nate Frondorf, Community Support Manager; Sara Weaver, Member Support Manager; Emily Wendel, Transportation Manager; Jenna Orschell and Austin Volk, Delegates.After the old officers were retired and the new officers were installed, the banquet was closed and adjourned by the newly installed officers. We are all excited to see what the next school year will bring with the help of the new officers and the Advisors, Mrs. Schneider and Ms. Stewart.
Rising Sun, In. — The Rising Sun Regional Foundation announced that it has awarded a total of $43,000 in scholarship grants to 43 graduating seniors who reside in Ohio and Ripley counties and the City of Aurora, the foundation’s southeastern Indiana grantmaking region. Each student has received a $1,000 scholarship award.Recipients of these RSRF scholarships are:Batesville Community School CorporationAudrey Amberger, Benjamin Craft, Haylee Harmeyer, Quinten Hylton-Gowdy, Coleman Jennewein, Morgan Kramer, Christopher Laymon, Carly Lents, Audrey Maupin, Madeline Pierson, Justin Puente, Samuel Wade, Angela Weisenbach, and Ana White.East Central Community School CorporationRebecca Dudley.Jac-Cen-Del Community School CorporationAudrey Adams, Conner Hubbard, Maggie Miller, Garret Mosier, Jodi Muckerheide, and Joel Tunny.Milan Community School CorporationVictoria Gobel, Annjeanette Laws, Abigail Riehle, Eric Spears, Alexander Volz, and DeLanie Weber.Oldenburg AcademyMelissa Meneses.Rising Sun/Ohio County Community School CorporationChristian Fisk, Tiara Harrison, Sam Markland, Caroline Stapleton, Anna Uhlmansiek, and Caleb Valentine.South Dearborn Community School CorporationSara Hambrick.South Ripley School CorporationSamantha Burns, Michaela Diem, Amanda Hansen, Samuel Lohrum, Mackenzie McQueen, Hanna Speer, Heidi Speer, and Cory Welch.All graduating seniors who reside in Ohio and Ripley counties and the City of Aurora, who have maintained a six-semester grade point average of 2.75 or higher, and who plan to attend a post-secondary educational institution, were eligible to apply for these scholarship awards. Winners of these scholarships were drawn at random from the pool of applications which were submitted to the Rising Sun Regional Foundation with official transcripts.The Rising Sun Regional Foundation is funded by the Rising Star Casino Resort, owned by Full House Resorts, Inc., which makes monthly contributions to the foundation based on a percentage of its Adjusted Gross Revenue.
El Periodico reports Barça are facing one of the most delicate economic times in the club’s recent history and had estimated they would lose €154m this season on their initial predictions. However, the final figure is dangerously close to €200m. The budget drawn up at the target of the season revealed the club would bring in €1.047bn in revenue this season, but the real number will be around €850m instead — they were hoping to be the first club to generate one billion.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonWho Earns More Than Ronaldo? Barcelona face a near €200m hole in their budget at the end of the financial year. read also:Messi to Man City chances now real Among the measured adopted to curtail the effects of the pandemic, players took a pay cut which saved the club around €40m. A number of staff members were also placed on furlough. But it seems the measures have been insufficient and the club will still record a big loss, with there still uncertainty about when fans will be able to return to games and the club’s full income will return. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Falling at the final hurdle once more would be even more heartbreaking for the Reds after missing out on the Premier League title by the finest of margins to City despite posting a club record 97 points.”If I sit here in four years, I am pretty confident we will have one title,” said Klopp on his first day at Anfield.Klopp’s impression was that if he had not delivered silverware in that time then he would not last more than four years in the job. Saturday’s meeting in Madrid is his last chance to deliver on that confidence. But even if he loses, Klopp will still be revered rather than relieved of his duties for putting Liverpool back among the European elite. The five-time European champions have by definition had many great nights in continental competition.But beating Barcelona 4-0 in their Champions League semi-final, second leg to overturn a 3-0 first leg deficit may be the best of all.”A moment like Barcelona is worth more than silverware. Wow! That’s exactly the picture we want to draw for the outside world, this is Liverpool,” said Klopp. London: The transformation of Liverpool and Tottenham’s fortunes under Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino has so far been measured in progress rather than trophies. That will all change for the winner of Saturday’s Champions League final with one of the two claiming the biggest prize in Europe. Klopp has not won any silverware since arriving at Anfield in October 2015, while Pochettino is yet to claim any trophy in his coaching career.However, the fact that Klopp and Pochettino are two of the highest rated coaches in world football is evidence if any was needed that there is more to good management than lifting trophies.Klopp has come close on several occasions. The German has lost three finals as Liverpool boss, on penalties to Manchester City in the League Cup and Sevilla in the Europa League during his first season in 2015/16 before fortune favoured Real Madrid in last season’s Champions League final. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Kolkata: On a high after 12 outings, fourth-placed Bengal Warriors want to make the best use of the home leg, beginning here on Saturday in their bid for an elusive title in the Pro-Kabaddi League, coach BC Ramesh said.Bengal Warriors, who have 40 points, 14 less than leaders Dabang Delhi K C, take on Gujarat Fortunegiants in their opening game of the home stretch. They will play a total of four matches here.“We have strengthened all the departments this time and Maninder Singh is leading by example. We have 100 per cent confidence of making the playoffs and winning the title this time. But we have to be patient and play tactically,” coach Ramesh said.The biggest plus has been the addition of Iranian all-rounder Mohammad Esmaeil, who has been brought on place of Korean raider Jang Kun Lee.“He is a versatile player and can play both as a raider and defender. Now we have a compact team with Singh showing the way. We have got the right ingredients to go all the way,” the coach said pointing out Singh’s overall show as he is currently the top four raider with 95 points.But it’s not that Bengal Warriors do not have any concerns as the coach wanted all his players to take up responsibilities to kill the close contests.The Kolkata franchise were unbeaten in first five matches but faltered in the dying minutes to lose four matches while tying two.“We have to work on team bonding as there has been a lack of communication between the raiders and defenders in the dying minutes. I will make them watch previous videos and hope that we won’t repeat the same in the home leg. We want to win all matches here,” Ramesh said.The second match of the day will see Dabang Delhi take on Haryana Steelers. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Published on January 25, 2016 at 2:20 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (13-8, 3-5 Atlantic Coast) hosts Notre Dame (14-5, 5-2) on Thursday night in the Carrier Dome. The Orange is coming off an eight-point loss to No. 13 Virginia on Sunday after winning three straight.Fighting Irish head coach Mike Brey discussed the upcoming matchup with SU on the ACC coaches teleconference on Monday. He spoke about the status of UND guard Demetrius Jackson, his potential replacement Rex Pflueger and Syracuse’s Michael Gbinije.On Jackson’s hamstring injuryNotre Dame is preparing as if Jackson won’t play due to a pulled hamstring injury he suffered on Saturday, Brey said. The junior point guard is second in the ACC with five assists per game while also averaging 16.6 points. He was selected to the preseason All-ACC first team before the season started.Brey said Jackson will be undergoing an MRI Monday afternoon to confirm the injury is not more serious than the initial diagnosis. It’s a 3-4 day recovery, Brey said, but he wants to be cautious Jackson doesn’t come back too soon.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I don’t want to bring him back too quick. I know how guys are, ‘I’m ready, I’m ready,’” Brey said. “I think we have to be really careful with this because you want to get it healed.”On Rex Pflueger’s recent playPflueger’s recent play makes the potential loss of Jackson more manageable for Notre Dame. The freshman has played 23, 18 and 32 minutes, respectively, in the past three games. Before that stretch, he had only played more than 10 minutes once. He’s racked up three steals and is averaging 6.7 points in those games.Brey said Pflueger has always played well defensively, but now is more dangerous being that his offensive game is coming around. After Jackson left on Saturday against Boston College, Pflueger continued finding his role in UND’s offense with the increased minutes.“We take such pride in taking care of the ball and our assist-to-turnover ratio, and that was new territory for him this preseason. He has come a long way there, and his shot selection,” Brey said. “… I thought it was a big day for another step of development, but he is really a key for us, and he’s really a key with Jackson out.”On GbinijeBrey said he likes to recognize when transfers play well since he was a transfer himself, moving from Northwestern State to George Washington. The combination of Gbinije’s ability to hit the 3 and drive to the basket is what makes him dangerous, Brey pointed out.Gbinije is averaging 37.8 minutes per game, but Brey said as an experienced fifth-year player, he’s more than capable of handling it. His 17.4 points per game is third in the ACC.The biggest concern the Fighting Irish faces in defending Gbinije, Brey said, is when he breaks down defenses off the dribble and uses ball screens to get into the lane.“He’s big, he draws fouls, and he has an ability to get rolling from the 3-point line,” Brey said. “But he’s a man, you’re talking about an old guard who’s seen it all. It’s a great challenge for us Thursday with the way he’s playing.” Comments