Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, March 31, 2017 – Providenciales – Clink on bottom link for a full list of what Royal Robinson calls “PDM Broken Promises” in regards to their firs 100 days in office.PDM Broken Promises in first 100 Days in Office#PDMBrokenPromises#PDMfirst100daysinoffice Related Items:
Jermaine Pennant revealed how he scored his only Arsenal hat-trick while hungover from partying the previous nightThe 35-year-old winger started out his playing career with low-league English side Notts County before being signed by Arsenal for £2m in 1999.After a string of loan spells, along with the occasional appearance from the bench, Pennant grew accustomed to his unfavourable circumstances at North London during the 2002/03 season.But following Arsenal’s shock 3-2 home defeat to the struggling Leeds United at Highbury, Pennant was handed his first Premier League start the next game with the Gunners’ title hopes now over.And Pennant responded brilliantly with a first-half hat-trick as Arsenal secured a 6-1 win over Southampton – in what was the first game of their historic 49-game unbeaten run.Speaking on the event 15 years later, Pennant revealed a little secret that manager Arsene Wenger had no clue about.“I’d been out the night before and had a big night, because I really didn’t think I would be playing, never mind starting the game,” Pennant told FourFourTwo.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I’d never started a game for Arsenal and I didn’t think that’d change, especially as Robert Pires, Freddie Ljungberg and Ray Parlour were all in the squad. I was guaranteed to be on the bench.“I thought, ‘Sod it’, went to an FHM party and got home at around 6am. I couldn’t believe it when I saw my name in the starting line-up!“I was still so hungover when I was playing; I just did everything in my power not to embarrass myself.“I can’t believe I scored. It was just a huge relief – I thought, ‘OK, you can take me off now.“Please, Arsene!’ I felt so sick and I could feel the vodka still bouncing around in my stomach. You could smell it on my breath, too.“I did OK to score a hat-trick: it shows I had talent, though it helps when you’re playing with Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira. That was the first game of Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten run.”
Choreographer-director Farah Khan has paid an ode to the King of Pop Michael Jackson in song Nonsense Ki Night from Happy New Year. Farah, 49, said she also turned lyricist with the funny song.In the song, the male actors Shah Rukh Khan, Boman Irani, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Vivaan Shah are doing signature moves of the late pop star’s Thriller and donning his iconic body-hugging shimmery leather red pants and jacket with black design.
Zambian President Michael Sata has died in London, where he had been receiving treatment for an undisclosed illness, a government source in Africa’s second-largest copper producer said on Wednesday. The private Muzi television station and the Zambia Reports and Zambian Watchdog websites said the southern African nation’s 77-year-old leader died on Tuesday evening at London’s King Edward VII hospital. ‘It is true. We lost the President. The acting president will make a statement soon,’ the source told Reuters. Sata is likely to be succeeded on an interim basis by defence minister Edgar Lungu, who stood in recently as acting president, or vice-president Guy Scott, who would become Africa’s first white head of state since South Africa’s FW de Klerk in 1994. The constitution says a new presidential election must be held within 90 days, with most analysts saying Scott is unlikely to run because of citizenship restrictions. The Zambian kwacha was largely unchanged. ‘Obviously there will be a sentimental temptation to go long dollars, but I’m also quite confident the central bank will do everything it can to protect the currency,’ one trader said.
She was a former student of Kalakshetra and had the privilege of being trained under Rukmini Devi. She taught for some years at Kalakshetra and toured all over the world as a member of its dance troupe. Millennium Post caught up with Leela Samson, a respected teacher, choreographer and writer, soon after her performance at Purana Qila in the national Capital.What makes today’s show a special one?The idea was to combine India’s most notable classical dance forms with the structural heritage. The Purana Qila presents a poignant background for the performance of India’s most notable classical dance forms. As an artist, dance is the biggest part of my life. I love to perform and I like to create new forms without any bias. And I think same is the case with every artist, they tend to do their job with a lot of fervour and joy without thinking about credits. Events like these, however, give an opportunity to artists like us to show our skills. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’After how long are you performing in Delhi?I am performing in Delhi after 10 years. I last performed in the year 2005. It’s actually good to come back after such a long time.This show is Delhi government’s first initiative in this field, what do you have to say on that?It’s basically about worshipping your art and I think that is the strength of India. People here follow their art irrespective of whether the great government of India calls them or not. It doesn’t stop artists from doing the things they have always done. Bismillah Khan sahib was playing the shehnai whether people called him or not. We sweat it out every day. It’s a creative process that cannot stop. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixWhat do you think is the future of classical dance in the country?Hundreds of people are taking to classical dancing. Many people are putting their children in this art, which is good, but when you have many people, mediocrity sets in. The number has increased with time, but the quality has suffered simultaneously. The teaching quality has gone down and now it’s kind of tenuous. We rejoice the numbers but we mourn the difference between those wonderful one time great performers, who were so soaked up in their art. It’s becoming more shallow and entertainment is now the only priority. But, let’s see, we have faith in the young generation.
Kolkata: A 13-year-old girl from South 24-Parganas’ Narendrapur committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan after she was allegedly rebuked by her family members for watching cartoon shows on TV all the time.The victim has been identified as Saheli Mondal (13). The incident took place in the Radhanagar area of Narendrapur police station on early Wednesday morning. The victim’s father Somnath Mondal works as a mason while her mother works as a labourer at a local factory. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIt was learnt that the victim was addicted to watching cartoons on television. The matter had gone to such an extent that the girl refused to go to school. The victim’s mother had rebuked her for her excessive indulgence in watching television on Tuesday evening. When her mother Sandhya Mondal returned hom from her work in the evening, she saw the girl watching a cartoon show. As the mother questioned her as to why she was watching television at the time of studying, the girl became agitated. A quarrel broke out between the two. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe girl later went to sleep after having her dinner. The family members never thought that she could take such a drastic step for being rebuked. On Wednesday morning, the victim did not open the door of her room. Her parents knocked on the door repeatedly but she did not respond. After being informed some locals went to their house and broke open the door. They found the victim hanging from the ceiling. The matter was immediately reported to the local police station. Police reached the spot and sent the victim to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced brought dead. The family members told police that the victim might have committed suicide after getting influenced by television serials where she might have seen people do it. Police have started a detailed probe in this regard.
Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now June 21, 2010 Enroll Now for Free The granddaddy of management gurus–If you want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive–is now an app.Seventy-four years after the publication of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People and 55 years after his death, his advice is being downloaded by the thousands, $2.99 for BlackBerry and 99 cents for iPhone (a bargain compared with the average Carnegie workshop fee of $1,600).The app, Secrets of Success , is no Tap Tap Revenge, but it does break down the core Carnegie leadership principles, functioning like a pocket-sized management prof and personal cheerleader. “You can review some sales pointers before a call or get a quick confidence boost to help you close the deal,” says Piera Palazzolo, senior vice president of marketing at Dale Carnegie Training. “And there’s a library of short videos that show the right ways to talk to someone.”So if you’ve struggled to pay sincere compliments or sweet-talk willful employees, these are the scripts you’ve been waiting for. Not to mention the arsenal of inspirational quotes you’ll have, literally, at your fingertips. Take it away, Dale–Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success. This story appears in the July 2010 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » 1 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.