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Specify amenities on Eastern and Western peripheral eways Delhi HC tells NHAI

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response of the NHAI and HSIIDC on a plea to ensure basic amenities, including toilets, petrol pumps, ambulance and emergency facilities, on the Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways.A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice A J Bhambhani issued notices to National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) on the petition and listed the matter for further hearing on August 26. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder The court was hearing the petition filed by advocate and social activist Amit Sahni that said no such facilities are available on Western Peripheral Expressway or Kundli-Manesar-Pawal (KMP) Expressway, which was made operational about two years ago, though thousands of vehicles cross it daily and pay the toll. The plea, however, said some of the facilities are available at Eastern Peripheral Expressway or Kundli-Ghaziabad–Palwal (KGP) Expressway, which was inaugurated by the Prime Minister in November last year. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsIt sought a direction to authorities to ensure basic amenities like petrol pumps, toilet complex, ambulance and emergency facilities, eateries and police patrolling on both KMP and KGP expressways. “Directions may kindly be passed that the wayside amenities be integrally planned and developed along with national highways and such amenities be made operational by the respondent (NHAI) for all its future projects before the commencement of toll collection on all such highways, in order to ensure safety and security of the commuters…,” it said. The plea mentioned that other national highways which are connected to Delhi have basic facilities like helplines for crane, ambulance, route patrol, emergency services, nearest police station and hospital.last_img read more

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Saina crashes out of New Zealand Open after shocking loss to world

first_imgAuckland: India’s Saina Nehwal suffered a shocking first round loss to world number 212 Wang Zhiyi of China to exit the New Zealand Open here Wednesday. The 29-year-old Olympic bronze medallist and world number nine lost 16-21 23-21 4-21 to her 19-year-old opponent in the women’s singles match that lasted one hour and seven minutes. In men’s singles, Lakshya Sen’s campaign also ended with a hard-fought loss against Taiwan’s Wang Tzu Wei. Lakshya lost 21-15 18-21 10-21 in an hour and eight minutes. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: Rijiju Earlier in the day, the pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy fought hard against Chinese duo of Liu Xuanxuan and Xia Yuting before losing 14-21 23-21 14-21 in an hour and 10 minutes. But the men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy registered a win over New Zealand’s Joshua Feng and Jack Jiang 21-17 21-10. Saina, a World Championship silver medallist, trailed 0-4 in the first game and was unable to keep up with her opponent losing 16-21. Wang stretched Saina in the second game which the Indian won 23-21. There was no fightback from the Indian in the decider as Wang won eight consecutive points to win it easily. Anura Prabhudesai also lost to world number 15 Li Xuerui 9-21 10-21 in singles first round on a disappointing day for Indian shuttlers.last_img read more

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Paris Attacks Moroccan Bartender Risked her Life to Help Victims

Rabat – An exclusive footage of deadly attacks in Paris, released by the Daily Mail, shows how Moroccan bartender Jasmine El Yousfi risked her life to comfort an injured woman.The Moroccan young woman can be seen hiding under the bar and comforting an injured woman, while a merciless terrorist was only yards away shooting more victims.Immediately after the shooting, El Yousfi was seen pushing her colleague’s head further under the counter. Samir, her colleague, who is said to be her cousin, quickly wriggles away and flees down the stairs to the cellar kitchen. “My cousin, the waiter, ran downstairs to the basement. And I saw an injured woman, Lucille, and she ran to me. I wanted to protect her. She was hurt and she had a hole in her arm,” El Yousfi said.“I knew she was afraid, she was freaking out, and she was hurt. I would never have run and left her,” she added.Few minutes later, the brave Moroccan bartender was seen escorting the injured victim down the stairs to the cellar kitchen.After leading the other customers downstairs to safety, El Youssi went outside to check if she could help other victims.“I would have preferred to die, than let them die. I know how it feels to be alone and I just couldn’t live with myself knowing that I hadn’t tried to help them,” she said.“I didn’t want the people who had been shot to think they had been abandoned,” she added.The same footage of the surveillance camera of the pizzeria Casa Nostra, in the 11th arrondissement, also showed how a woman escaped an inevitable death after the gun of the terrorist jammed.The woman is considered the luckiest woman, after she managed to escape by miracle the bullet of the jihadist.According to the Daily Mail, the terrorist seen in the video is believed to be “26-year-old Belgian Salah Abdeslam, who is still on the run.” read more

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Employees invited to Presidents holiday celebration Dec 7

Faculty and staff are invited to an annual holiday event hosted by President Jack Lightstone.The President’s Annual Holiday Celebration and Faculty and Staff Recognition will be Tuesday, Dec. 7 at the Guernsey Market. There will be punch and hors d’oeuvres at 3 p.m. followed by presentations at 3:30 p.m.The event celebrates the holiday season and recognizes those with long-standing service as members of the Brock community. It also recognizes recipients of the President’s Distinguished Service Award and the Human Resources Distinguished Service Award for Leadership.

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USC lands Kliff Kingsbury as Heltons offensive coordinator

LOS ANGELES — Former Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury has agreed to become Clay Helton’s offensive co-ordinator and quarterbacks coach at Southern California.USC announced the hire Wednesday.Kingsbury is considered one of the top offensive minds in football despite being fired by Texas Tech on Nov. 25. He went 35-40 in six seasons in charge of his alma mater, but the Red Raiders consistently had one of the nation’s most dynamic offences.Kingsbury was pursued by NFL teams after his dismissal, but he chose to join the embattled Helton at talent-loaded USC.He replaces offensive co-ordinator Tee Martin, who was dismissed along with several assistant coaches after the Trojans (5-7) finished their first losing season since 2000.___More AP college football: and Beacham, The Associated Press read more

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Police officers share bag of chips with hungry illegal immigrant after arresting

Two police officers took a selfie of them sharing chips with a hungry suspected illegal immigrant they arrested on the side of the M1.PC Kieran Dempsey and PC Charlie Amodio, from Leicestershire Police, bought the food for the 35-year-old man after he was picked up walking on the hard shoulder of the motorway on Tuesday.The man was arrested under the Immigration Act but the officers dropped by a fast food outlet after he explained how he had not eaten for several days.One of the officers tweeted selfie pictures showing them in the front of their patrol car with the suspect sitting in the back seat tucking into a bag of chips.Writing on the @LeicsPoliceRPU page, the cops said: “Male found on motorway suspected to be an illegal immigrant into the UK. Male found on motorway suspected to be an illegal immigrant into the UK. He’s not eaten for days and we’ve not eaten for hours, so we’ve all shared some fine English cuisine …… a bag of chips!! 👍🏻 🍟— Leicestershire Road Policing Unit (RPU) (@LeicsPoliceRPU) 19 June 2018 A spokesperson for Leicestershire Police confirmed officers had found the man on the M1.They said: “It was a report of a man sitting on the barrier of the M1 motorway. He wasn’t seen near a car so there were concerns as to why he was there.“Officers attended and following inquiries a 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of immigration offences. He remains in custody.” “He’s not eaten for days and we’ve not eaten for hours, so we’ve all shared some fine English cuisine… a bag of chips!”Many praised the officers’ actions. One Twitter user said: “Great stuff! The human side of policing is being shown here.”Facebook user Jonno T wrote: “Never felt so proud of British cops. What a gesture of human kindness. The US could learn a lot from this little country.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

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first_img 12,362 Views Jan 18th 2017, 8:55 PM Wednesday 18 Jan 2017, 8:55 PM Get our daily news round up: Short URL Deer lock antlers in London’s Richmond Park after overnight temperatures in the south-east of England dropped below freezing. Source: Dominic Lipinski/AP#HOSPITALISED: Former US President George HW Bush was admitted to an intensive care unit today.#BREXIT: German and British media reacted very differently to Theresa May’s speech yesterday.#CLIMATE CHANGE: 2016 was confirmed as the hottest on record ever by the UN.PARTING SHOTThink you can drive drunk? Pat Kenny tested some people in the 70s who thought just that. Here, from the RTÉ Archives, is that glorious piece of television. No Comments center_img Here’s What Happened Today: Wednesday A murder in Lucan, a death in Cork and Brexit had people talking today. By Paul Hosford Share Tweet Email A man was murdered in Lucan, County DublinA woman was killed in Cork as a car went into a ditchA court case against a homeless shelter in a Dublin community centre beganThe Department of Foreign Affairs began contacting Irish people in GambiaTwo men were arrested after robberies in Dublin cityA man died in a shooting on the grounds of a Limerick hospitalA man was charged with the murder of Gareth HutchThe killer of Shane Geoghegan lost his Supreme Court appealINTERNATIONAL NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Garda teams at the scene of a murder in Lucan, County Dublin today. Source: Sam Boal/ Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Alpha Bank under pressure

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Alpha Bank became the second Greek bank to launch an exchange offer on its outstanding subordinated and senior bonds in recent weeks as the countries’ lenders scramble to plug capital hole.The Greek lender follows in Piraeus’s footsteps, it having launched a similar offer on October 15It is looking to exchange 27 subordinated and senior bonds originally amounting to 2.796bn, of which 1.086bn remains outstanding, for so-called non-transferable receipts.Investors will have the option of exchanging their holdings into either cash or shares. For those opting for cash, Alpha is offering to pay between 50.00 and 5.00, depending on the type of security.The results of the Greek bank stress tests are expected to be released this weekend and the country’s institutions are under pressure to find money from private investors to fill any capital shortfalls“The exchange offers are being made to strengthen the offeror’s capital base, which has been impacted by the impaired macro-economic conditions recently experienced in the Hellenic Republic that are affecting all Greek financial institutions,” the bank said in a statement.Piraeus also targeted both senior and subordinated debt holders for capital ahead of a possible equity capital raise.Citigroup and JP Morgan are dealer managers for the exchange offer, which expires on November 16.Source: IFR, Kathimerinilast_img read more

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Bigelow Aerospace Investigates Marketability of LowerEarth Orbit

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Bigelow Aerospace has formed a new subsidiary to manage and operate space stations in low-Earth orbit.Bigelow Space Operations (BSO) will handle sales, customer service, and operations for the manufacturer’s inflatable habitats.The densely packed modules are designed to launch on a rocket and inflate once in space.A prototype habitat—the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM)—in 2016 joined the International Space Station, where it allows astronauts to validate extendible lodging technology.If the module proves successful, similar designs may be used in future Mars missions; inflatable capsules could help reduce the cost of deploying space stations in orbit of Earth or other objects.But first, BSO must consider the global market: Is it even worthwhile to proceed with planned launches of two B330 modules in 2021?“The time is now to quantify in detail the global, national, and corporate commercial space market for orbiting stations,” Bigelow Aerospace said in a press release. “This subject has had ambiguity for many years. BSO will be spending millions of dollars this year to establish concrete answers.”And to find potential customers, like NASA, foreign countries, and other private companies. If Bigelow can’t scrounge up clients (no thanks to competition from global space programs), it may choose to ditch the B330 missions altogether.The firm this week also announced a partnership with CASIS, manager of the U.S. national lab aboard the ISS, to send commercial, academic, and government payloads to the station.“With larger commercial platforms on the horizon, BSO recognizes the importance of gaining experience on the ISS,” the company said.“Through this experience, BSO leadership hopes to gain a better knowledge of current and future customer needs on orbit as they pertain to larger-scale operations that are both science- and non-science-related that cannot be handled by the ISS.”The investigation should be complete by December, The Verge reported; the business will announce its results—good, bad, or ugly—at the end of the year. Stay on targetcenter_img NASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This WeekendHubble Captures Saturn’s ‘Phonograph Record’ Ring System last_img read more

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South Florida organization hosts toy giveaway for children in need

first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – The Michael Fux Foundation brought holiday fun to young patients and their families.Santa was handing out presents at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Saturday.The children got a chance to sit on Santa’s lap and play with some new toys at the holiday party.“Every year, I’ve been doing it for the last 12 years, and to watch the kids’ faces is like nothing else,” said the foundation’s founder Michael Fux.The foundation works to help sick and underprivileged children and their families.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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Coastal Residents Sue Plastics Plant on Water Pollution Claim

first_img– / 8Just down the Gulf Coast from Houston lies an enormous plastics plant, one of the nation’s biggest.It’s been a driving force in the local economy, and now it’s expanding, with promises of new jobs and tax revenue. But a handful of coastal residents are suing the plant, claiming it’s polluted the waters in their region for years.In a creek off a highway in Point Comfort, Texas, Ronnie Hamrick has his mud boots on, a net in hand. He’s scooping up handfuls of what look like little beads, but they’re not some kind of creek creatures. They’re plastic pellets, each smaller than a penny.Hamrick used to work at the Formosa petrochemical plant that makes the pellets, just across the road from where we’re standing. Now, he’s hell-bent on proving the plant is polluting.“They don’t have permits to put this in the water,” he says. “That’s the bottom line.”That’s also the gist of a federal lawsuit filed against the plant this summer.The local group “San Antonio Bay Waterkeeper,” part of the national “Waterkeeper Alliance,” is suing Formosa, saying the company is violating the Clean Water Act. They say the pellets can hurt fish and the region’s broader ecosystem, along with the local fishing economy.“I don’t think they thought we would go through with it,” says Diane Wilson, a longtime environmental activist who is also part of the suit. She says in addition to demanding that the plant fix the problem and clean up the pellets from the waters, the plaintiffs wants a monitoring system set up.“So if they say they’ve put in all these things and they’re not having discharges, we have monitoring in place to make sure,” she says.Wilson and Hamrick say they’ve documented the pellets washing up around Lavaca Bay since January of 2016. Their lawsuit asks for a more than $57 million fine against the plant. But at the University of Houston, chemical engineer Dr. Ramanan Krishnamoorti, says that’s not likely to happen.“Even in a state like California, where other companies have been charged with violating the Clean Water Act, the fines have been thousands of dollars,” he says.Not much for a multibillion-dollar company, and one that’s growing. The company’s currently building onto its existing plant in Calhoun County, and it’s getting ready to expand into neighboring Jackson County.“Right now they’re hiring construction workers primarily, so there’s a lot of R.V. parks in the area that stay full,” says Jackson County Judge Dennis Simons. He says his community is excited about the more than 300 new jobs the expansion could bring to a place where there’s not much other industry. And then there’s the tax money.Simons, calculating the numbers as we speak by phone, says his county could see several million dollars in new tax revenue. He says he’s not much concerned about the lawsuit, saying he trusts the company is doing the best they can to be environmentally responsible.Simons was the only local elected official we could get to talk to us about the case. But one commissioner did tell us the plant is the largest local employer, and the company already contributes millions to the local tax base.A Formosa spokesperson wouldn’t comment on the case, but did point us to a letter the company sent in April. It suggests the pellets are spilling out of rail cars and urges shippers to be more careful.Dr. Krishnamoorti, with the University of Houston, says what perplexes him about this case is that even after state regulators found Formosa was responsible for the pellets in the water last year, he says the company didn’t work to fix the problem as aggressively as other plants typically do.“This is really not standard operating procedure for plastics manufacturing,” he says. “You’re putting valuable product out into the waterways. Why would you do that? This makes you money.”As the federal lawsuit moves forward, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it’s developing an enforcement case against the plant on a state violation. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /04:06 Listen X Sharelast_img read more

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EA release official Dead Space iOS gameplay trailer

first_imgThose of you who enjoyed Dead Space on consoles and PC will soon be able to get another fix in mobile form.EA Mobile has been teasing the iOS version of Dead Space for a few weeks now with a drip feed of screenshots, but today the publisher has put up the first video of actual gameplay. We have to say the game is looking impressive.Dead Space for iOS will be available to play on iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. The gameplay video was shot running on an iPhone 4. It should appear on the App Store next week with the story in the game linking the first and second games available on consoles and PC. That works well for EA seeing as Dead Space 2 gets released on January 25.Read more at Touch Arcadelast_img

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FCm online tools netting government clients

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H FCm Travel Solutions is luring an increasing number of public sector clients through its technology services as the corporate travel agent continues its work with the Federal Government on simplifying public sector travel.          FCm regional director of sales Rob Dell says his company’s technology not only helps governments “streamline the travel booking process” but helps “drive ‘traveller behaviour’ to achieve maximum savings” as well.      “A drawcard for many government agencies has been FCm’s technology including our online booking and reporting tools, which can be configured to suit each and every government agency,” he said. “Data from e3, our online booking tool, in conjunction with our reporting tool provides government agencies with improved visibility of their travel patterns, spend and traveller behaviour.”  FCm was one of five travel providers appointed to a panel to tender for government jobs in July 2010 and has since taken on “a significant volume” of new government business, now working closely with over 39 public service agencies.“Our success to date is due to our ability to provide unique travel management solutions for each agency that will deliver ongoing time, cost and resource efficiencies,” Mr Dell said. “Since being appointed last year we have been helping various government agencies implement strategies to enhance their travel policies, online booking solutions, data reporting and travel sourcing through our sales and account management approach.In addition to offering technology solutions, FCm has done significant work on travel policy development for the public sector, as well as comprehensive traveller training and education.last_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Cardinals GM Steve Keim and head coach Bruce Arians watch a mini-camp practice. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Your browser does not support the audio element. Keim pointed to Freeney and Johnson as examples of the type of player he would be looking for at this point.“They have to have a mental makeup, and again, that mental makeup is to be a rare competitor, to be a guy who just wants to play football and again, it’s not about the paycheck,” he said.Are those players out there? Maybe. But even if they are, would they be able to fill one of the team’s few needs?Keim said when observing the market, he looks at the person and the value of the player as well as what position they play.But since the Cardinals are as deep as they are, he is mostly focused on the last of the three factors, with an eye on what his team may be searching for down the road.“I’m more focused on positions of need, where I think we can not only add a player who can help us on game day, but from a depth standpoint as well,” he said. “Positional versatility is huge — and that’s the one thing about when I look at our roster that excites me, is that we have so many players with positional flexibility. Guys who can play inside, outside, who in a pinch because of injuries can play in different spots. And you know, as it gets later in the year and injuries do occur, versatility is a key.” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “I really do think that we may be able to add another player or two that can contribute and help us out this year.”Some of the biggest names still available on the free agent market are receiver Anquan Boldin, cornerback Leon Hall, safety Donte Whitner and guard Louis Vasquez. Freeney is also unsigned, and has expressed a desire to return to Arizona if the team wants him.A look at the Cardinals’ roster would identify few true needs, though it would not be a surprise if the team added some veterans along the offensive line or in the secondary.Then of course, there’s always the possibility of injuries necessitating a move, though that cannot be predicted.For Keim the process of signing a player, even if he is added later in the year, began a few months ago.“I mean, generally, more than likely we’ve had conversations with these players at the start of free agency, but because of injuries or other factors, let’s be honest, their price drops,” he said. “The later it gets in the year, guys’ expectations come down and the later it gets, the more they have to become realistic.“So, that’s a part of it, but at the same time, I’ve always talked about it, you have to judge the person; I mean, it’s got to be the type of guy that’s not in it for the dollars, that’s in it to win a championship, to be a part of a team, and has probably had some success.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo LISTEN: Steve Keim, AZ Cardinals general manager center_img 0 Comments   Share   Some of the biggest contributors to the Arizona Cardinals’ success over the last three seasons joined the team late in the process.In 2013, Eric Winston and John Abraham came on board just before training camp.In 2014, Tommy Kelly was added after Darnell Dockett was lost to an ACL injury during training camp, while last season Lyle Sendlein and Chris Johnson were brought in after camp had already begun, and Dwight Freeney was signed weeks into the regular season. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling – / 15 Winston started 16 games at right tackle, Abraham made the Pro Bowl after notching 11.5 sacks and Kelly provided stability along the defensive line. Sendlein re-assumed his role as the starting center, while Johnson went on to lead the team in rushing and Freeney did the same in sacks.General manager Steve Keim’s ability to locate talent and head coach Bruce Arians’ ability to squeeze production out of players who many thought had little left to give has helped give the impression that while the Cardinals may be plenty happy with the roster they have now, it’s unlikely they have finished tweaking it.A guest of Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Thursday, Keim talked about how he’s not done building the 2016 Cardinals.“You know, you guys have seen me enough to know that I’m going to continue to stay active, so if there is a player out there — and we’ve monitored a few different players going into this time of year — we’ll bring him in and we’ll be aggressive about it,” he said. “Now, it takes two sides: it takes one side to give an opportunity, obviously, and the other side has to be on board from a financial perspective.last_img read more

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first_imgDallas – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineThe 279-room Rosewood Beijing will open Summer 2013 as the first China property for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, spearheading its ambitious Asia expansion plans. The hotel will be located in the central business Chaoyang District, opposite the iconic CCTV Tower.Designed by Melbourne-based Bar Studio, the ultra-luxury property will represent a number of firsts for both Rosewood Hotels & Resorts and Beijing.“Guests will see A Sense of Place – our guiding philosophy to reflect and celebrate each location’s culture, history and geography – exquisitely expressed in Rosewood Beijing,” says Radha Arora, president, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. “Contemporary and warm, homelike and refined, energetic and serene – all these aspects will be incorporated into the hotel’s design and ethos.”The hotel will offer more landscaped outdoor space than any other Beijing luxury hotel, with terraces, gardens and balconies integrated into the design of many of the restaurants, spa, recreational facilities, meeting and function areas. Bangkok-based P Landscape, acclaimed for its resort landscaping, will apply the same sensibilities in this urban hotel.With their residential-style layouts and floorplans, guestrooms will be designed to evoke sensations of luxury apartment living and, at 538 square feet (50 square meters), they will be amongst the largest in the city. The wide proportion of the rooms will allow maximum window aspect, enhanced by window seats. Natural finishes and textural overlays, spacious bathrooms and walk-in closets, and non-traditional, residential components and accessories with subtle Oriental overtones, will complete the sophisticated, homelike surroundings.Seven restaurants and lounges will serve authentic international cuisines amidst innovative design style. For example, the Chinese restaurant will feature a casual and contemporary lower floor restaurant as well as nine private dining suites on the floor above. The spacious dining suites — up to 1,200 square feet (110 square meters) in size – will be designed for exclusivity and luxury, including dining area, separate lounge, cloak room, and outdoor terrace.The Rosewood Sense®spa brand, featuring treatments reflecting the location’s cultural and natural environment, will make its first appearance in Asia and be accompanied by another Rosewood first: five spa suites designed for overnight stays. Complementary recreational facilities will include an indoor swimming pool, gym and yoga studio.An exclusive access lounge will be a spacious venue with an open kitchen, free-standing bar, Internet corner, boardroom and outdoor terrace.Meeting and function space will total almost 33,000 square feet (3,048 square meters.) This will include a pillar-less ballroom of 8,252 square feet (767 square meters) featuring an adjacent outdoor garden for weddings and other special occasions.The Pavilion – residential-style meeting and function space – will be a first for the group and debut a signature of all future Asia Rosewood properties. Occupying the Rosewood Beijing annex, The Pavilion will include two combinable areas for memorable events, with dining spaces, bar, lounges and show kitchens, all finished and accessorized as in an elegant private home.Mr. Marc Brugger has been appointed managing director of Rosewood Beijing. A Swiss native who speaks five languages, Mr. Brugger brings 20 years luxury hotel experience to his new role.Rosewood Beijing is the precursor to fast-paced Asia growth targeted to add 10 properties in operation or in the pipeline in the region to Rosewood’s portfolio within five years.www.rosewoodhotels.comlast_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Jun 11, 2019 4:06 am PDT CATSKILL, N.Y. — More decorative painting has been discovered on a wall of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in the Hudson Valley.The famed Hudson River School artist painted patterned borders just below of the ceilings in some rooms of his 19th century home in Catskill, New York. Those decorative patterns were lost beneath layers of paint for more than a century, until some of them were rediscovered in recent years.Administrators at the Cole historic site announced Monday the discovery of fourth decorative border on the walls of a first-floor room. About two feet of the painting has been revealed so far. It’s a red and black Pompeii-influenced design on a light red wall.Cole is known for painting lush mountain landscapes that inspired the Hudson River School art movement.The Associated Press More decorative art found at Cole house under paint layerscenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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side to be known for pushing and kicking opponents “Brazil are here to play football We have just one yellow card going into this match" said Amadeu A day after Weuck accusations FIFA stood by the match officials saying a beaten team should learn to accept the loss "I always think that in life we have to learn to accept loss and respect (a decision) Mistakes are part of the game Referees take a decision based on what they see and what they think And they do it in an honest way" Massimo Busacca who is the head of FIFA refereeing department said on Monday However this is not the first time in the ongoing tournament that the coach of a national side has targeted the referee in front of the media Niger coach IsmaliaTiemoko didn’t look happy with the refereeing decisions in their GroupB clash against Spain "People often say I don’t joke a lot But in this match (Niger versus Spain) there are a lot of things to joke about" Tiemoko’s said ofthe refereeing “Normally it isn’t my habit to criticise the referee Spain are far more experienced while this is our first time (at a World Cup) Their players were protected a lot by the referee” he added Niger dominated their Spanish counterparts in the opening 10 minutes restricting Santi Denia’s Colts from playing their trademark tiki-taka football In those first fewminutes Niger were in control of their passes and were outmuscling the Spanish players However Niger’s style of play was illegal according to the referee’s book who gave away free-kicks in Spain’s favour “Every time the game was in (our) hands something went against us from the referee It would have been a more equal (game) had some of these decisions gone in our favour We weren’t allowed to play our game by the referee” Tiemoko stated before adding"In all the cases when we were in physical contact with Spain fouls were given against us which pushed us back a bit The referee must respect our style of football" During the all-African quarter-final between Mali and Ghana the Ghanaian coach Fabian Samuel had questioned the referee’s decision to rule out Sulley Ibrahim’s equaliser which should have stood However Algerian referee Medhi Charef disallowed the goal for what he considered a foul on Fode Konate by Kudus Mohammed in the build-up to the goal"We did everything right we scored a perfect goal and it was disallowed I don’t know what to say again" So we have had three incidents now in which coaches of the national teams have targeted match officials for their poor referring which more or less cost their side an important win In a sport like football where one refereeing decision can change the outcome of the entire match the officials must keep in mind that they havetoadhere to the rules irrespective of age groups The result could have been different for Ghana and Germany had the officials been a bit more careful Lastly the ‘referees are humans too’ statement should be buried before the video assistant referees (VAR) completely takes away theessence of beautiful game we all love Thirty-four children mostly tribals were allegedly trafficked from Bihar and Jharkhand to Ludhiana in Punjab and some were converted to Christianity a police official said on Wednesday They were lodged in a missionary-run child shelter home in Ludhiana Superintendent of Police (SP) West Singhbhum G Kranthi Kumar said Representational image Twitter Kumar said the police swung into action after Jyotsana Tirkey a member of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) in Chaibasa lodged a complaint on 26 August Her complaint was based on a media report that claimed that 34 children from Chaibasa in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum district and Bihar were illegally kept in a missionary-run child shelter home in Ludhiana he said Following the complaint a police team was sent to Ludhiana and it along with the Punjab Police arrested a man He was produced at a court there before he is brought to Chaibasa on transit remand the officer said "Police has contacted 12 children of the 20 reportedly sent back to West Singhbhum before the police team reached there (Ludhiana) following disclosure of the alleged human trafficking incident" Kumar said Police are trying to trace the remaining children The 34 children from Bihar and Jharkhand were also admitted to an illegal school in Ludhiana and later shifted to another city-based school which was registered under the JJ Act and legal the SP said Two each are from Khunti and Ranchi are still pursuing their studies in the legal school he said adding that the matter is being investigated Kumar said the school which was running illegally did not inform the local CWC members about the children brought from Jharkhand and Bihar On the alleged conversion he said it was a matter of investigation but prima facie the report stated that some children were converted "We’ll be in a position to comment only when the man arrested in this connection is brought here" he said The SP said as per record around 300 children from Jharkhand were taken to Ludhiana Punjab since 2006 The Chaibasa CWC member Tirkey also alleged that attempts were being made to convert them to Christianity and engaged them as child labour? 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