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There a is a decrepit two-floor house with its plaster coming off and the gate almost falling away at Rani Bazaar area of Saharanpur in India. Last week, the house hogged all the attention among the locals.Writing in the Hindu Times, Mohammad Ali reported that this is the house where the Gupta brothers, Ajay, Atul and Rajesh, grew up before coming to South Africa where they ensconced themselves with Jacob Zuma.Ali remarked how South Africans may have turned hostile to the brothers, but the residents of Rani Bazaar continue to tell “inspiring stories” of the meteoric rise of these sons of the soil.Read it at The Citizen Related Items
One of the concerns when Leander Paes and Sania Mirza were named as the mixed doubles pair for the London Olympics was their combination on the court.Sania and Paes are excellent deuce (right) court players which mean that one of them will have to change to left court. With mixed doubles being India’s best bet for a tennis medal in the Olympics, the two will have to be spot on with their combination.The problem would not have surfaced had Mahesh Bhupathi and Sania played in mixed doubles as the former is a left court player.SP Misra, who has been appointed the non-playing captain for the London Games, for one thinks that Paes should stick to the deuce (right) court and Sania should change to left.”I feel Sania should play from the ad court. She has solid ground strokes and with her good returns she will be able to support Leander from that side. Leander’s strength has been playing from the deuce court and he need not change,” said Misra, a former Davis Cupper.Misra also pointed out that Paes has seldom played from the ad court. “He has played with various partners on the international circuit, but he has always played from the right side,” he added.However, it may be recalled that when Paes and Sania played at the Doha Asian Games, one of the few occasions when the two joined hands, it was the former who changed his preferred side and played from the left. The two returned with a gold medal.advertisementThe same debate raged when Paes and Sania played at the 2010 Commonwealth Games at home. This time the opposite happened. Paes played from the right and Sania changed to left. The experiment did not work out as they suffered a shock exit in the quarter-finals. Paes and Sania have not played together since then.While Paes has spoken to his men’s doubles partner Vishnu Vardhan and will play with him at the World Team Tennis event in USA, there has been no communication between him and Sania.
(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)Referee Ron Cherry took a nasty shot to the head and was knocked out by a USC player.Ron Cherry is a well-known referee in football. He’s well-known for one play call individual.But we’ll get to that later.First things first. Cherry took a helmet-to-head hit and went limp right away. With so much concern surrounding helmet-to-helmet hits, its easy to see why Cherry went down. Although he wasn’t hit too hard, the contact was more than enough to knock him down.Ron Cherry just got knocked out in the USC-Notre Dame game. @RedditCFB pic.twitter.com/7XMUkSm2xl— Henry Skutt (@henryskutt) November 26, 2016Cherry did get up and walk off the field under his own power, but looked clearly dazed.This is the same ref who gave us one of the best moments from a referee in football history.Ron Cherry is a legend. Not sure “giving him the business” is in the refereeing dictionary, but that won’t stop this guy.We wish him a very speedy recovery and wish him well.
zoom A fire broke out on board USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) while the ship was in Viktor Lenac Shipyard, Rijeka, Croatia. There were no personnel injuries in the fire which broke out on July 31, and was extinguished within 45 minutes by ship’s force and shipyard fire brigade personnel.The cause of fire and extent of damage are under investigation.Mount Whitney has been in Viktor Lenac Shipyard since January 2015, undergoing a scheduled maintenance overhaul designed to extend the service life of the ship to 2039.
Employers and workers now have quick and easy access to commonlyrequested information about laws affecting their workplaces. Fournew labour standards guides are now available on the Environmentand Labour website. “Posting these guides gives businesses and their employees mucheasier access to information on the Labour Standards Code andtheir rights under the code,” said Environment and LabourMinister Kerry Morash. Four plain-language brochures were produced – Labour Standards:An Overview, How to File a Labour Standards Complaint, Respondingto a Director’s Order and How to Appeal a Decision of the LabourStandards Division. A complete plain-language guide to the Labour Standards Code isalso available online. The code establishes provisions foremployment standards, such as minimum wage, vacation and specialleave, designated holidays and termination procedures. The LabourStandards Code applies to all Nova Scotia workplaces, unless theworkplace has established its own standards through a collectiveagreement. Inquiries about rights and responsibilities in the workplace arecommon. In 2003-04, the department received about 41,000 queriesby phone, representing an increase of about 18 per cent from theprevious year. E-mail inquires saw the greatest increase. Theywere up 80 per cent from the previous year, from 483 to 866. During the same time period, the department also reduced itsbacklog of complaints on workplace rights and labour standards.As of June 2004, the backlog of complaints dropped to less than100, down from 800 in August 2003. Customer service has improveddramatically and will continue to improve in 2004. “We’re really encouraged by the progress we’ve made so far, andare working hard to continue to improve access to services foremployers and employees,” said Mary Belliveau, director of LabourStandards. During 2003 the department implemented many improvements to theLabour Standards Code. It increased the minimum wage twice, toreach par with all other Atlantic provinces, and improvedstandards for overtime and vacation benefits, among otherchanges. By improving online access to the division’s many publications,the department is also providing employers and employees withconvenient, responsive and accessible information. The new brochures can be viewed online atwww.gov.ns.ca/enla/labstand .
CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Little Bras d’Or Bridge Highway 105, between Exit 17 and 18, will be reduced to one lane on the Little Bras d’Or bridge for repairs until Friday, Dec. 24. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-794-5120 -30- CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Trunk 22 Trunk 22, from about two kilometres north of Catalone Gut Road, south for about six kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Tuesday, Aug. 31. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-794-5120
LONGUEUIL, Que. – A provincial police officer who crashed into a car at high speed and killed a 5-year-old boy during a surveillance operation will likely be sentenced to jail time.The Crown and the defence submitted a joint proposal to the court on Monday in Longueuil, Que. recommending that Patrick Ouellet receive an eight-month sentence.Quebec court Judge Eric Simard is expected to render his decision at the end of November.Ouellet was convicted in July of dangerous driving causing the 2014 death of Nicolas Thorne-Belance.The maximum sentence for the offence is 14 years in prison.The police officer addressed the court, expressing his sympathy to family members of Nicolas, who were in the courtroom.Ouellet’s trial heard he was travelling at more than 120 km/h in a 50 km/h zone when he hit the vehicle carrying the boy in a suburb just south of Montreal.The youngster died a few days later in hospital.“We have taken into consideration all the jurisprudence, in particular the sentences handed down to police officers who have come before the court in circumstances similar to those in this case,” prosecutor Genevieve Langlois said.(Cogeco Nouvelles)
A collection of classic hits from the 1980s has been rejuvenated with re-imagined and updated versions by contemporary artists in The Time Is Now, a compilation album created specifically to benefit amfAR.The 14-track album will be released on October 7 by Republic Records and Mass Appeal and is available for pre-order today.Among the notable covers featured in The Time Is Now are the album’s first singles: a soulful rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” by singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc. Those who pre-order the album receive a copy of the track instantly. Check out the song here.The album will also include a rendition of New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle” performed by Sugar for Sugar, consisting of Scarlett Johansson, Julia Haltigan, Holly Miranda and Kendra Morris. In addition, the band Lower Dens provides their updated version of Hall & Oates’ “Maneater”, while the pop rock group DNCE puts its stamp on Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It.” Dita Von Teese and Sebastien Tellier revamp “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” by Culture Club, while the songwriting duo Marian Hill performs Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me).”The artwork for the album cover was designed exclusively for amfAR by the talented and generous British artist Tracey Emin.The Time is Now is the brainchild and labor of love of executive producers Michelangelo Lacqua, internationally acclaimed music curator, Andy Boose, longtime producer of many of amfAR’s events, and Peter Bittenbender, CEO of Mass Appeal.“The 1980s was a decade of revolutionary changes in the music scene, with an explosion of new sounds and rhythms, the ascendance of MTV, and the emergence of new musical movements on both sides of the Atlantic,” said Bittenbender. “Music also provided the soundtrack to people’s daily lives and was a source of inspiration and solace with the advent of HIV/AIDS. This album is a tribute to that extraordinary time.” said Lacqua. “The Time Is Now is a music-driven call to action in support of amfAR’s push to end HIV/AIDS in our lifetime.” said Boose.Since the beginning of the epidemic, musicians have supported the fight against AIDS in countless ways, raising awareness and funds through benefit concerts, donated royalties and proceeds, and other contributions. Throughout its history, amfAR has enjoyed the steadfast and generous support of the music industry. In 1985, Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight, and Stevie Wonder recorded a collaborative rendition of the song, “That’s What Friends Are For,” to raise money for amfAR. The song was Billboard’s number one single for 1986 and raised millions of dollars for AIDS research.“The Time Is Now is a great example of our longstanding relationship with the music industry, and we are deeply grateful to the artists who graciously donated their time and talents to the making of this album,” said amfAR Chief Executive Officer Kevin Robert Frost. “With continued support for HIV research, and we are confident that we will ultimately find a cure for the millions of people living with HIV/AIDS today.”The full track listing for The Time Is Now is:“Take Me Home” (Phil Collins), Performer: Phantogram “Bizarre Love Triangle” (New Order), Performer: Sugar for Sugar ”Under The Milky Way” (The Church), Performer: Metric “Whip It” (Devo), Performer: Brazilian Girls ”Rio” (Duran Duran), Performer: Bebel Gilberto ”What’s Love Got to Do With It” (Tina Turner), Performer: DNCE ”Billie Jean”(Michael Jackson), Performer: Aloe Blacc ”Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” (Culture Club), Performer: Dita Von Teese and Sebastien Tellier ”Maneater” (Hall & Oates), Performer: Lower Dens ”Genius of Love” (Tom Tom Club), Performer: Chaos Chaos and Slow Magic “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” (Whitney Houston), Performer: Marian Hill ”Pride (In the Name of Love)” (U2), Performer: LP “Lovesong” (The Cure), Performer: Yuna ”Dance Hall Days” (Wang Chung); Performer: Theophilus London
Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: The National Alliance of Theater Owners (NATO) announced Wednesday that the national ticket average for 2017 rose 3.7 percent year-over-year to $8.93, up from $8.65 last year.At that average, the estimated number of movie tickets sold last year is 1.23 billion. While that is only a rough estimate that does not account for the higher ticket prices for premium formats and theaters in more expensive cities like New York and Los Angeles, NATO’s estimate is the lowest since 1993, when “Jurassic Park” was the top grossing film of the year and an estimated 1.24 billion tickets were sold.READ MORE Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter
By Jorge Barrera APTN National News ATTAWAPISKAT–An ongoing blockade by Attawapiskat residents of an ice road leading to a De Beers diamond mine in northern Ontario is causing “significant financial damages” and “irreparable harm” which could force the mining giant to shut its operations down, according to the company.De Beers officials hand-delivered a letter Tuesday night to Attawapiskat resident John Edwards warning him the company could seek an injunction against him if the blockade doesn’t end. It’s believed De Beers plans to deliver similar letters to at least two other individuals the company believes are involved in the blockade.The warning letter comes as all sides prepare for a meeting Thursday to discuss the situation. A meeting was initially planned for Wednesday, but Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence won’t return to the community until she ends scheduled meetings in Moose Factory, Ont.The blockade, which began Sunday evening, is now entering into its fourth day and is the second such action in as many weeks. A previous blockade ended last Thursday. De Beers has an about 45 day window to ship supplies up the ice road.The blockade forced a convoy of empty fuel trucks to turn back to the diamond mine on Sunday. It is set up about 8 kilometres from Attawapiskat on an ice road leading to the mine. The Victor mine sits about 90 kilometres west of the community.The ice road to the mine is connected to a longer, main ice road which connects Attawapiskat to Moosonee, Ont., about 260 kilometres to the south.The ice road is blocked by a cube truck, loaded with frozen meats and pizzas along with two barbecues, pallets and a constantly changing number of pick-up trucks.The number of people at the blockade fluctuates throughout the day. A small group, including three pick-up trucks, was at the site shortly after midnight Wednesday and they feasted on two free pizzas from town.The situation has been described as a “crisis” which is entering into “uncharted territory,” according to two community sources with knowledge of the situation who requested anonymity.De Beers’ move to threaten a court injunction against the blockade has also opened the possibility of intervention by the OPP. While the Nishnawbe Aski police patrols the community, the force does not have jurisdiction over the ice road.While it began quietly, the blockade has slowly gained support among some sectors of the community and its core group inclues three or four families who have traplines running through the vicinity of area controlled by De Beers.The families are seeking compensation for the loss of their traditional territory. Others involved, however, say they joined the blockade because they believe De Beers should be investing in housing for the community. Some involved in the blockade also have personal grievances related to past employment and rates of pay.Edwards joined the blockade because his uncle’s trapline runs through the Victor mine and his grandmother is buried adjacent to the site.Edwards told APTN National News he had no plans to withdraw from the blockade.Victor Mine manager James Kirby told APTN National News that the ice road was the mine’s “umbilical cord” and essential for its resupply. He said a prolonged blockade could force the mine to shut down.The ice road is used in particular for the transportation of fuel, machinery and spare parts too heavy to fly into the mine’s airport.The ice road link, however, has been severed for eight days as a result of the two blockades.The warning letter to Edwards was signed by Fasken Martineau DuMoulin lawyer Tracy Pratt. Pratt says the company has retained the law firm and states that De Beers “will not hesitate to protect and enforce its full legal rights through an injunction motion” if the blockade doesn’t end.“This unlawful conduct is causing our client significant financial damages and irreparable harm. Among other things, the blockade has serious health and safety implications and consequences for the mine’s continued full operation,” the letter states. “The continuation of this blockade cannot be tolerated.”The roots of the blockade extend years and centre on an impact benefit agreement between Attawapiskat and De Beers which was ratified in 2005.Those involved in the blockade say the IBA did not have full community support when it passed. They argue that the IBA doesn’t address the needs of the community or give Attawapiskat full benefit of the riches in their territory.Under the IBA, De Beers has transferred $10.5 million into a trust fund held by Attawapiskat as of January 2011.APTN National News has learned that De Beers is looking to use the trust fund money, which was originally created to provide funding for Attawapiskat into the future, to pay for some of the compensation claims issued by those involved in the blockade.The mine had also generated $448 million on gross revenues as of January 2011, according to a De BeersPowerPoint presentation on the IBA.De Beers says it has invested about $1.022 billion of capital costs into the mine.De Beers says about $325 million worth of contracts have been awarded to “solely owned or joint venture companies run by the community” since construction began. Some in the community dispute the number accurately reflects the reality on the ground. Some have also questioned the make-up of some of the joint ventures.De Beers says in its PowerPoint that a shorter Attawapiskat blockade in 2009 cost the company $3.5 email@example.com@JorgeBarrera*Editor’s note: the IBA was ratified in 2005. The date has been changed in the above story.
Stockholm – The number of Nordic tourists who visited Morocco in the first quarter of 2014 increased by 58pc compared to the same period of last year.According to the representation of the Moroccan tourism office (ONMT) in Scandinavian and Baltic countries, the number of nights spent by these tourists rose by 133pc (90,268) in the same period as the number of visitors went up from 20,033 from January to March 2013 to 31,722 in the January through March 2014 period.“The sustained double-digit growth of the number of Nordic tourists in Morocco, maintained in the last three years, will help Morocco emerge as a preferred destination for these tourists”, explained ONMT director for Scandinavian and Baltic countries, Aziz Mnii. He also recalled Morocco’s presence in a number of specialized fairs and events in the region, including in Oslo, Goteborg, Helsinki, Copenhagen and Herning as well as the considerable number of trips organized for over 40 journalists in the first quarter of 2014.Tour operators and specialized bloggers were also offered a chance to visit Morocco, producing over 500 stories and 600 photos on the Kingdom’s tourism attractions.Meanwhile, the “GolfDigest Morocco Trophy” was launched. It consists in 40 Golf contests in Sweden with the final to be hosted by Morocco next September.In 2013, a total of 84,000 tourists from Nordic countries chose the Morocco bound which is set to attract in 2014 100,000 visitors from the region.
An elderly couple is dead following a blaze early Sunday morning in Etobicoke.Firefighters pulled two people from the burning home but they couldn’t be resuscitated.Flames ripped through the semi-detached home on Abigail Place at approximately 3:30am.Upon arrival firefighters were told two people were trapped inside.Neighbours say the victims are 80-year-old Frank Quintieri and his 76-year-old wife Mary.They had lived in the neighbourhood for more than 20 years.The cause of the fire is not known but investigators believe it started in the kitchen.Toronto firefighters went door to door in the neighbourhood Sunday morning reminding residents to check the batteries in their smoke carbon monoxide detectors to make sure they are working properly.Officials aren’t sure yet if the Quintieri’s had working smoke alarms.The fire marshal’s office has been called in to investigate the cause of the blaze.Post mortems are being done on the victims to determine cause of death.
Despite happiness after winning the amazing semi-final thriller against Romania, Norwegian head-coach Thorir Hergeirsson could’t be totally satisfied with his team performance:– I am not satisfied with all things we did, but I see some good things. For the fans, maybe it was historical match, but if you look in the details, something could be better – said Icelander, who will stay on the Norwegian bench until 2020.Norway have a great chance to, once again, make hat-trick consisted of all three big titles in world of handball – European, World and Olympic gold medals:-They have good shooters, one of the best goalie, they have a huge developments. We were waiting for them to breakthrough. It will be a very difficult match. It is always question will your 50% will be enough to beat their 50%. If you look how they played, their chances would be even bigger than 50%. They are flying Dutch. We can beat them, but it won’t be easy. I expect really good fight – concluded Hergeirsson.Final match will be played at 17.15 hrs. ← Previous Story SEHA GAZPROM: Veszprem and Zagreb win for the end of 2015 Next Story → SHOCK FOR GERMANY: Gensheimer to miss EHF EURO 2016! Denmark 2015Thorir Hergeirsson
Nokia’s having another one of its Conversations, and this time it’s about the upcoming Lumia 928 that’s due to launch on Verizon next week. What’s got Nokia so excited that it can’t wait to show this baby off? Everything.For starters, it’s the latest Nokia to include PureView camera technology. It’s still not that beastly sensor found in the 808, but it’s an astoundingly good low-light shooter. Carl Zeiss optics have been paired up with an actual Xenon flash — none of that LED tat for the Lumia 928. That should give the camera flash results that are on par with point-and-shooters. Optical image stabilization ensures that photo and video shot with the Lumia 928 will be jitter-free.Flipping the phone over reveals a display that’s similar (if not identical) to the Lumia 920. It’s a 4.5-inch AMOLED panel covered in Gorilla Glass of an as-yet-unspecified resolution. Nokia drops the same “PureMotion HD+” buzzwords it did with the 920, though, so it’s probably a 1280 x 768 affair.Nokia’s also jazzed about the Lumia 928’s cord-free features. NFC comes standard and allows you to pair and share with numerous other phones, tablets, and gadgets. The Lumia 928 can also handle inductive charging — so you can plunk it down on a FatBoy pillow or any other device that utilizes Qi wireless power tech.And remember those fancy high-amplification microphones that Nokia wanted banned from the HTC One? They’re part of the Lumia 928’s top-shelf audio gear, and Nokia’s Ifi Majid says they can capture distortion-free sound up to 140 decibels. That’s roughly equivalent to the noise level on the deck of an aircraft carrier — good to know if you’re ever on one and recording maneuvers.One other audio feature gets a mention: the external speaker. Nokia claims it’s one to two decibels louder than any other phone’s. That might not seem like much, but it should equate to tunes that are 25-50% louder than the competition.Like most other devices in its class, the Lumia 928 will sell for $99 on contract — but at least you’ll also snag a $25 credit for Windows Phone Store and those cool Nokia exclusive apps.
Runners and flip flops keep washing up on the west coast of Ireland The shoes are believed to be from containers that fell off a cargo ship in 2018. SINCE THE END of last month, runners and flip-flops have been regularly washing up along the west coast of Ireland. The most recent discovery was on Tuesday when three pairs of runners washed up in Quilty, Co Clare.In 2018, multiple containers fell off a cargo ship that was travelling from Shanghai to North Carolina.The contents of the lost containers have now made its way towards beaches along Ireland’s west coast as well as hitting a number of European countries.Donegal, Connemara, Valentia and Fanore are some of the locations in Ireland to have come across the flip-flops and runners while Jersey, Spain, Brest, Cornwall, Brittany and the Azores have also recorded sightings. Liam MacNamara who runs the popular Facebook page, Burren Shores, says that none of the runners or flip-flops are in a fit state to be worn, adding that bite marks are evident on the footwear.According to MacNamara, the items belong to two companies, both of whom “have confirmed that they had a shipment on that boat that lost the containers”.“They are all very evasive about giving answers, of course, they don’t want to admit to anything really,” MacNamara added. Source: Burren Shores Share32 Tweet Email2 May 2nd 2019, 6:20 AM 47,314 Views Image: Burren Shores Beachcombing and More. By Páraic McMahon Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Thursday 2 May 2019, 6:20 AM Source: Burren Shores Source: Burren ShoresBranding belonging to Nike also appeared on runners at Fanore, however they have stated they were not aware of any missing containers.An artist has expressed an interest in using the runners for a future project but apart from that, the cleanup will be left to volunteers.MacNamara said, “Generally it’s left to volunteers to just dump and end up in your rubbish bin or left back on the floor when nobody collects it, generally that is what happens.”In 2015, a number of ink cartridges belonging to Hewlett-Packard washed up in Fanore. The company subsequently made a donation to various environmental agencies and programmes, as well as issuing an envelope to return the ink cartridges.McNamara said he’s not “holding his breath” that something similar will occur this time. Short URL 29 Comments Image: Burren Shores Beachcombing and More. https://jrnl.ie/4614416
The Hellenic Foundation for Culture, in association with the Hellenic Museum sets sail with its latest exhibition on 23 September, celebrating the evolution of Hellenic maritime craft through the ages. The exhibition titled A Journey on the Waves of History presents model seafaring vessels dating from 5th Century BC to 19th Century AD, and will run until February. Writing in the exhibition’s catalogue, President of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture, Professor George Babiniotis says: “The sea is an element which is completely interwoven in Hellenic history and culture; it is also the element that brings different people and cultures together, uniting and often, inspiring individuals.” A Journey on the Waves of History will present the work of model maker Evangelos Grypiotis, who has been studying and constructing exquisitely detailed models of ancient vessels for 25 years. Visitors to the exhibition will gain a unique insight into Greece’s maritime history. “Beside the visual splendour presented, visitors to the exhibition will also discover themes encompassing shipbuilding, history, ethnology, mythology, economics and democracy,” says Professor Babiniotis. “The second half of 2011 promises to be a very exciting time for the Hellenic Museum and the Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Melbourne,” added Mr Harry Stamoulis, Chairman of The Hellenic Museum, “With this amazing exhibition and a second commencing in late November, we are working tirelessly to engulf the people of Melbourne in Hellenic history and the arts. Both exhibitions have a specially catered tour for visitors, and in particular for primary and secondary school students. I would encourage people to book early in order not to miss these magnificent opportunities to learn and discover the mystical life of the ancient mariner”. A Journey on the Waves of History – Miniature Model Ships dating from 5th Century BC to 19th Century AD runs at The Hellenic Museum, 280 William Street, Melbourne, from 23 September 2011 to 26 February, 2012. The exhibition is open Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm, and also by appointment. For further details and school bookings go to www.hellenic.org.au or call 03 8615 9016. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
WhatsApp Pinterest WWE Legend Pat Patterson WWE Legend Pat Patterson will be making his first public appearance in the United Kingdom on September 8th and 9th in Manchester, England for Wrestling MediaCon.The first-ever WWE Intercontinental Champion has been working for the WWE for decades, first as a full time performer, and later as a backstage official.To purchase tickets for the event, you may do so here.Our next guest for MediaCon is one of the most respected names in wrestling history…His first EVER public appearances in the UK. The first IC Champion and father of the Royal Rumble match…PAT PATTERSON. Come along Sept 8/9 in Manchester. Tickets from https://t.co/HKBmJ3wAG1 pic.twitter.com/gGvTIHGgIm— Wrestling MediaCon (@WrestlingMediaC) June 17, 2018Alexa Bliss’ inspiring new tattooWWE.com has posted a new article highlighting Alexa Bliss’ new inspiring tattoo. The former RAW and Smackdown Women’s Champion added a couple new tattoos, one of which says “I am enough” on her side.The WWE notes:Bliss’ message speaks to an idea of inclusion and self-value, ideals that are so critical for everyone, but especially younger people to latch onto these days. Five Feet of Fury spoke to how important the message is to her and hopes it will inspire others to always remember that they are more than enough.Bliss added a photo of the new tattoo on her Instagram profile, which you may view below.https://www.instagram.com/p/BkEZJN_hK6U/?taken-by=alexa_bliss_wwe_ Twitter Google+ Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Joseph Price RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte
West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini reveals Samir Nasri wants revenge after missing the last six months of action due to a drug ban.The Frenchman who recently signed a six-month deal with the Hammers after training with the club for a month, was banned for 18 months for doping offences, backdated for a year.Nasri impressed in his Hammers’ debut against Birmingham in the FA Cup, looking like a player that hasn’t lost his touch or finesse despite not having played competitive football for 13 months prior to it.Pellegrini has backed the former Arsenal playmaker to be the player that lit up the Premier League with the Gunners but in particular with City where the pair won the league title in 2014.Report: England’s Rice gets death threats George Patchias – September 9, 2019 England International Declan Rice has received death threats.Rice a one time Ireland International, switched allegiances only this year. The West Ham United man played for…The manager said, according to Football. London:“I think they [West Ham fans] can expect a lot from him because he is a top player. The way he continues having some minutes, when he is used to playing 90 minutes again he will be a top player at this club.”“He wants revenge also and for me it is so important to give him the opportunity to work with us so I hope we will recover the same Samir Nasri that we saw three or four years ago with me at Manchester City.”“[Revenge?] About the ban of twelve months or more, to decline his career. From Arsenal, City bought him. From there his career declined without doubt.”