Kothari wins Pacific International Snooker Cship

first_imgKolkata: Reigning World billiards champion Sourav Kothari lifted the 2019 Pacific International Snooker Championship – The Reventon Classic, in Melbourne on Monday. In a best of nine frames, Kothari got the better of Tyson Crinis of Australia to bag the crown. Kothari won 5-1 games with scores of 70-13; 89-26; 77(43)-46; 44-62; 71(67)-46; 85-1 according to information received here. In the finals, the former national and Asian Billiards champion showed nerves of steel to take 3-0 lead. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach Arun After losing the fourth in a close battle, Kothari sprang back in the fifth and made a great come back with a finishing break of 67 to establish a commanding lead for the title. Tyson made a couple of unforced errors in the sixth game and that saw Kothari sail through the sixth to win the frame and match. Kothari also brushed aside challenges from some highly reputed snooker players, especially Kurt Dunham of Australia, during the meet. After beating multiple world Billiards Champion Peter Gilchrist of Singapore 4-0 in the quarterfinals, Kothari produced a remarkable performance in the semifinals when in a nerve wracking match he defeated another champion Australian Cueist James Mifsud.last_img read more

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Scheer Canada speaks with one voice on renegotiating NAFTA deal

first_imgWASHINGTON – In his first foreign trip as leader of the official Opposition, Andrew Scheer avoided any criticism of the Liberal federal government, telling a Washington audience that Canada speaks with one voice on NAFTA.The Conservative leader was at the Wilson Center on Wednesday explaining that he and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have their partisan differences, but not when it comes to preserving the Canada-U.S. relationship.”On NAFTA, the Canadian Parliament … is united,” Scheer told the think tank.”We have our partisan differences. When we hold the government to account, as is our role in our parliamentary system, we will absolutely point out what we think they should be doing differently,” he added. “But when it comes to our relationship with the United States we do speak with one voice.“We want to make sure we’re here to support our government’s efforts in maintaining and protecting what we have in NAFTA. I believe it’s important to send that signal to interests here in Washington.”He later avoided being pulled into the more controversial aspects of negotiations to renew the continental trade pact. One of the attendees of the event — David Wilkins, a former U.S. ambassador to Canada — asked him to suggest what concessions Canada and the U.S. should be prepared to make to get a deal.Scheer replied: ”I don’t think it would be helpful.”Scheer is in Washington with several Conservative MPs for meetings with the U.S. transportation secretary, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, former George W. Bush-era officials Robert Zoellick and Josh Bolton, and with some lawmakers on Capitol Hill.It’s his first working visit outside Canada in his new role.The head of the Wilson Center, former nine-term Democratic congresswoman Jane Harman, contrasted Scheer’s approach to NAFTA with the partisanship in Washington. She opined that the U.S. political model is broken, with politicians being rewarded by their primary voters for bashing the other party, and punished if they try working across the aisle to solve problems”Your politics are more adult,” she told Scheer.To which the Conservative leader replied: ”You haven’t seen (our) question period.”Scheer said he’s heard lots of anxiety from businesses in Canada, asking what he’s hearing about NAFTA in Ottawa. He said he’s now trying to learn more about the state of the negotiations from people in Washington.The next round of negotiations is scheduled for next week in Montreal. While U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to start pulling out of the agreement as a negotiating ploy, lately he has made more positive comments about the negotiations.Asked later if his visit had reassured him, Scheer said he had mixed feelings: he’s more confident that many people are fighting to keep NAFTA from being cancelled but cancellation remains a possibility.”(So) yes and no,” Scheer said.”I’m encouraged that there is a high level of engagement from people here in Washington — both on the elected side and from people that represent industries. One of our concerns was, ‘Will people here in the U.S. who support NAFTA become engaged and help make the case?’ I’ve been very encouraged by that,” he said.“But at the same time it’s also clear that they’re doing so because they think the risk is real.”last_img read more

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Economy to be based on foreign domestic private investment

“We have to expand our connections with the countries from which the well-spending tourists are coming. We have to liberalise access to sea and air services. Therefore action will be taken to develop air access domestically and internationally, while facilitating cruise services and the establishment of yacht marinas,” he said.The Prime Minister said that the government wants to transform Sri Lanka into the hub of the Indian Ocean, safeguarded by a knowledge-based, highly competitive, social market economy. Our ambition is to make Sri Lanka a prosperous country by 2025.“For this vision to become a reality, our activities should join hands with the external world. Sri Lanka is a small island right in the middle of a large world. For thousands of years we have benefitted from being located strategically. Unfortunately, we seem to have forgotten this competitive advantage of the location. Our vision is to reclaim that mantle of international connectivity. In here, we have to leave behind the decades of inward-looking policies that shrouded our capacity to grow,” he said. (Colombo Gazette) He said that people living in developed and developing East Asian and South East Asian countries such as China and Thailand have better jobs and higher living standards than the average Sri Lankans. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremsinghe told Parliament today that the effort of the Government is to create an economy firmly based on foreign and domestic private investment, driven by a dynamic and forward – looking private sector.Wickremesinghe also noted the importance of trade ties with China and India. “We are making great progress towards mutually beneficial Free Trade Agreements with Singapore, China, and India. These deals will give our economy a massive boost by opening huge new markets to our entrepreneurs,” he said.He also said that China and India are Sri lanka’s biggest and most rapidly expanding markets and so Sri Lanka must shift its tourism strategies accordingly. Download (DOC, 54KB) Wickremesinghe said that a key part of Sri Lanka’s economic policy will be entering into Free Trade Agreements with partner countries around the world. read more

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In Côte dIvoire UN chief spotlights importance of AUEU strategic partnership

“A strong and effective EU and a strong and effective AU are essential pillars of global cooperation for peace and security, development and human rights,” Mr. Guterres told the two organizations’ fifth summit held in the capital, Abidjan. “We must continue to make progress on all simultaneously.” Welcoming the AU-EU strategic partnership, the Secretary-General expressed the UN’s commitment to support the efforts of these organizations and described how such cooperation takes place in Africa. Three obvious examples of the importance of trilateral cooperation between the AU, the EU and the UN, are seen in Somalia, the Central African Republic and the Sahel. “It is exactly ten years since the joint Africa-European Union strategy was adopted and the time has come to strengthen the links between the two continents,” Mr. Guterres said, noting that the two regions can enhance their cooperation in tackling some challenges facing migrants. “When migration is done in an orderly and regulated way, migrants contribute positively to host countries and countries of origin. We will not put an end to the tragedies in the Mediterranean if we do not create significant opportunities for legal migration,” he said. These two conditions are essential to effectively combat traffickers and smugglers of migrants. First is to change the relationship with Africa and establish a new platform of cooperation that recognizes the enormous potential of this continent, and second is to increase joint efforts in conflict prevention and mediation. Mr. Guterres argued that it is time to provide the appropriate means to regional organizations, including clear and strong mandates, accompanied by an evaluation mechanism and an adequate and predictable funding system. For instance, the AU and the UN, with EU support, can help the G5-Sahel countries – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, and Niger – deal with transnational threats and terrorism. “We need a force with a mandate that lives up to these threats and sustainable funding,” he said, urging the Security Council to be ambitious in its choice on this issue. Turning to sustainable and inclusive development in Africa, the UN chief stressed the importance of investing in youth and women’s empowerment. EU-AU-UN task force to protect migrants along Mediterranean routesEarlier in the day, Mr. Guterres attended a trilateral meeting with the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, and Federica Mogherini, EU High Representative and Vice President of the European Council. They agreed to put in place a joint EU-AU-UN Task Force to save and protect lives of migrants and refugees along the Mediterranean routes and in particular inside Libya, accelerating the assisted voluntary returns to countries of origin, and the resettlement of those in need of international protection.The Secretary-General also met with Alassane Dramane Ouattara, President of Côte d’Ivoire to exchange views on the situation in the country and the sub-region. The Secretary-General reaffirmed the UN’s commitment to continued support for the country in consolidating peace and inclusive and sustainable development, following the withdrawal of UN peacekeeping force. read more

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Stakes remain high for Ohio State mens basketballs latest meeting with Kansas

With the faintest of grins, Ohio State’s Lenzelle Smith Jr. made sure to note that former Kansas big man Thomas Robinson won’t be in Columbus to bully the Buckeyes in the paint Saturday. “That’s a huge relief,” the junior guard said almost gratefully, as if the thought of the hulking 6-foot-10, 240-pound forward evoked memories – perhaps agonizing ones – of what happened the last time the teams met. Largely thanks to his 19 points and eight boards in last year’s Final Four matchup, Robinson, who was selected as the 5th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, helped ensure the anti-climatic end to what would’ve been OSU’s first national championship berth since 2007. Kansas coach Bill Self’s squad rallied from nine down at halftime to best the Buckeyes, 64-62, before falling to Kentucky on the sport’s biggest stage. Word of that might’ve taken some time to reach Smith Jr., though. “I didn’t continue to watch college basketball,” Smith Jr. said of his reaction to the season-ending loss. Almost eight months later – and more than a year ago since the Buckeyes’ first setback against the Jayhawks in a similarly hyped early-season matchup last December in Lawrence, Kansas, No. 7 OSU (8-1) might have another chance at revenge against No. 9 Kansas. Smith Jr., who admitted to have “been waiting for this game since our schedule got released,” stopped short of calling Saturday’s game revenge. “My mindset’s not on revenge,” he said. “We’re two different teams right now.” Smith Jr. likely is right in his assessment of playing the Jayhawks without Robinson and the likes of former guard Tyshawn Taylor, now of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets. Kansas (8-1) might not be quite the team it was last year – but maybe neither are the Buckeyes, which find themselves in a similar boat without the inside presence of former forward Jared Sullinger. “We’re trying to do our best with what we still have,” Smith Jr. said. And while the teams – in their personnel and dynamics – are different, the stakes aren’t quite as dissimilar. Similar to both meetings in 2011, Saturday’s showdown finds both clubs toward the top of the Associated Press poll – OSU at No. 7 and Kansas at No 9. In a 30 or 40-game season, hyped games such as these don’t always alter a team’s trajectory, but the outcome could serve as a projection. It did last season, after all. “Obviously you’re going to hopefully learn quite a bit about your basketball team as you get ready to head into January, February, March,” OSU coach Thad Matta said. “My job is to keep thinking big picture and knowing what lies ahead but you use this game as an opportunity.” Even inside the confines of the Schottenstein Center, Matta maintains an “experienced, seasoned” Jayhawks squad pose a threat that will almost certainly challenge an OSU team that’s been largely untested-save for a 73-68 loss against Duke on Nov. 28 at Cameron Indoor Stadium. “I think Kansas right now is playing at a level as high as anybody in college basketball,” Matta said. “They start four seniors. Man, it’s like wow.” Smith Jr. said Saturday might just to come down to which team proves more durable. “I think for both teams this game is going to be a toughness match,” he said. He’s not alone in that theory, either. “Who’s going to be the tougher basketball team?” OSU junior guard Aaron Craft said. “They do a phenomenal job of getting second-chance points, grabbing 50-50 balls, really limiting possessions for us offensively. “We have to find a way to overcome that-if not match that, or be better their intensity and their toughness. Because that’s what Kansas basketball is about.” The features Craft listed seem to be suggestive of a team matching its talent with as much effort. OSU, arguably, has struggled with that coming into their game against the Jayhawks and it might have been best exemplified against a mediocre Big South squad Tuesday, when OSU eked out perhaps its most ugly win of the season, 66-55, against Winthrop. “I guess what we’ve learned is we’re not going to be able to just come out here any given night and think we’re going to play our best basketball, we have to mentally prepare for that leading up to the game,” Smith Jr. said. “It’s part of being a winner and we’ve lacked on some that sometimes.” OSU and Kansas are scheduled to tip their game at 4 p.m. on Saturday. read more

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Controversial Mandela signer admitted to psychiatric hospital

first_imgTHE SIGN LANGUAGE interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s memorial, who claimed schizophrenia after being accused of being a fraud, has been admitted to a psychiatric hospital, South African media reported Thursday.Thamsanqa Jantjie sparked outrage for his translations of eulogies, including by US President Barack Obama and Mandela’s grandchildren, at the service last week, with sign language experts saying his signing amounted to little more than “flapping his arms around” and “just making funny gestures.”On Thursday the Star newspaper said Jantjie’s wife Siziwe had taken her husband for a check-up to a psychiatric hospital near Johannesburg on Tuesday, which suggested he be admitted immediately.“The past few days have been hard. We have been supportive because he might have had a breakdown,” she was quoted as saying.Jantjie had been scheduled for a check-up at the Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital in Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg, on December 10.But the appointment was moved after he was offered the job to sign at the memorial which took place the next day, the newspaper reported.Jantjie has claimed that he is a qualified signer but that his performance was down to a sudden attack of schizophrenia, for which he takes medication.“I saw angels falling on the stadium. I heard voices and lost concentration,” he has said.Local media then reported that he had been part of a mob that burnt two people to death 10 years ago – allegations that he has dismissed – and that he had also faced rape, kidnapping and theft charges.Mandela’s memorial was attended by nearly 100 sitting and former heads of state or government.The government apologised to the deaf community following the scandal.- © AFP, 2013Read: ‘Fake’ deaf interpreter at Mandela memorial says he had ‘schizophrenic episode’>last_img read more

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Tesla Sues BBC Car Show

first_imgTesla’s looking to take reality shows to a whole new level. The high end electric car manufacturer has sued the British Broadcasting Corporation, alleging that its Top Gear program faked a racing scene involving one of the company’s vehicles. In the scene, the Tesla vehicle grinds to a halt after running out of energy.The episode itself actually dates back to 2008–the car maker was prompted to file this suit this week, after it came out on DVD and began airing on global repeats. Tesla is looking to collecting around £100,000 in damages, citing the BBC’s failure to correct the faulty results. Telsa is suing for libel and malicious falsehood.The BBC will be “vigorously” fighting the suit. Said a spokeswoman for the show, “We can confirm that we have received notification that Tesla have issued proceedings against the BBC. The BBC stands by the program and will be vigorously defending this claim”last_img read more

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Plant dye used to create green lithiumion battery

first_imgThe madder plant has been grown and used for centuries as its root can be boiled down to create orange, red, and pink fabric dye called purpurin. But researchers have now discovered purpurin can be used to help create a sustainable, non-toxic lithium-ion rechargeable battery.The cathodes used in existing lithium-ion batteries rely on metal ores, with cobalt being a main ingredient. As well as having to mine the cobalt, the process of combining cobalt salt with lithium requires very high temperatures, and therefore energy. So producing a battery also produces a high amount of carbon.The research team, which is a collaboration between The City College of New York, Rice University, and the US Army Research Laboratory, have estimated that 72kg of carbon dioxide are produced for every kilowatt hour of energy in existing Li-on batteries. By replacing cobalt with purpurin, that would no longer be the case.As purpurin is grown, the madder plant will actually take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere rather than producing more of it. The process of combining purpurin with lithium salt can also be done at room temperature using alcohol solvent, so no energy is required to achieve high temperatures as with cobalt. And the final benefit is to do with recycling. As there’s no toxic components, the batteries can more easily be recycled or discarded.Apparently the process works so effectively it’s a case of when, not if purpurin will replace cobalt in lithium-ion batteries. The researchers still have work to do on increasing efficiency, but they say commercial green lithium-ion batteries are only a few years away.Using plant matter to enhance batteries isn’t a new idea. We’ve already heard about a plant virus that makes lithium-ion batteries last 10x longer, and seaweed that could give batteries a green power boost. It seems any future battery tech we use will rely on material being grown rather than mined, which is great news for the environment.More at The City College of New Yorklast_img read more

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The 5 at 5 Monday

first_img Share4 Tweet Email Monday 11 Jun 2018, 4:50 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: Shutterstock/1stGallery 6,693 Views No Comments The 5 at 5: Monday Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock… https://jrnl.ie/4065269 By Paul Hosford EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five biggest stories of the day.1. #BALLINCOLLIG: A gun has been found near the home of a Polish man who died in Cork after he was attacked yesterday.2. #MIGRANT BOAT: Spain has said it will allow a rescue ship carrying 629 migrants to dock in the eastern port of Valencia after the boat was refused by Italy and Malta.3. #BRAY: Gardaí in Bray are confident that they will be able to make an arrest in the case of a fatal assault which happened outside a hotel late last week.4. #PAPAL ATTRACTION: Details of the Pope’s visit to Ireland have been published and confirm that he will visit Knock.5. #DARNDALE: Gardaí are appealing after a man was critically injured by a scrambler while sunbathing over the weekend. Short URL Image: Shutterstock/1stGallery Jun 11th 2018, 4:50 PM last_img read more

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World Travel Awards arrives in Bogotá ahead of Latin America Gala Ceremony

first_img Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort to host World Travel Awards Grand Final 2015 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:san bartolome, teatro colon, world travel awards Diamonds La Gemma dell’Est to host World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2016 Sandals Resorts International Honored At Annual World Travel Awards Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBogotá, October 6th, 2015 – World Travel Awards has arrived in Colombian capital Bogotá as final preparations begin for the Latin America Gala Ceremony 2015.Hundreds of industry leaders from across the region are expected to attend the red carpet ceremony on Saturday, October 10th, with presentations taking place in Teatro Colón.The ceremony will be followed by a sumptuous banquet of traditional cuisine with a modern twist in Colegio Mayor de San Bartolomé.Speaking ahead of the event, World Travel Awards President Graham Cooke said: “It is an honour to be welcomed to Colombia for the first time and a privilege to host our annual Latin America Gala Ceremony 2015 here in Bogotá.“The Latin America Gala Ceremony has grown tremendously in recent years, and I look forward to welcoming the elite of both Central and South America tourism to the event on Saturday.”A full list of nominees can be seen here.World Travel Awards Gala Ceremonies are widely regarded as the best networking opportunities in the travel industry, attended by government and industry leaders, luminaries, and international print and broadcast media.There is more information on the official website. Recommended for youlast_img read more

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Sappi Mill Gets Rebate Invests 38M

first_imgSappi Fine Paper North America plans to invest $3.8 million on new equipment at its paper facility in Muskegon, Michigan, which produces magazine paper, a Sappi spokesperson has confirmed. The investment is offset by a seven-year state tax abatement awarded to the facility, for which the company expects to save about $317,000 per year. The $3.8 million investment is not expected to increase the facility’s number of personnel, which is about 200, the printer says.Earlier this year, Sappi’s Muskegon paper mill earned a chain-of-custody certification from industry environmental groups. Chain of custody is the process of tracking and recording the possession and transfer of wood and fiber from the forests through the different stages of production-primary manufacturing, secondary manufacturing, wholesaling, and retailing-to the end user.Sappi’s mills in Skowhegan, Maine and Cloquet, Minnesota also received certifications.last_img read more

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Celebrate NASAs Apollo 11 mission 50th anniversary with new USPS stamps

first_img Sci-Tech 3 NASA renames building after Katherine Johnson, Hidden Figures space star NASA busts out untouched moon rocks for study NASA hatches plan to solve Mars InSight mole mystery The other stamp is a photo of the moon taken in 2010 by Alabama-based amateur astronomer Gregory Revera.The photo shows the landing site of the lunar module in the Sea of Tranquility, which is indicated on the stamp by a dot. The margin paper (or selvage) of the stamp also shows an image of the lunar module.Both stamps include the inscription “1969 First Moon Landing.” USPS art director Antonio Alcalá designed the stamp art.The stamps’ release date and the details for the first day of issue ceremony are yet to be announced.And for space historians and coin collectors alike, the US Mint has also unveiled a limited edition coin depicting the image of Aldrin’s boot print on the moon.  Tags 11 Photos Share your voicecenter_img Here’s a look at the new USPS stamps celebrating the First Moon Landing in 1969. NASA/Twitter If you want to give the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing your stamp of approval, the US Postal Service (USPS) has you covered.USPS announced on on Wednesday two new stamps commemorating the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission by astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins in 1969.”In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing on July 20, 1969, the U.S. Postal Service is pleased to reveal two stamp designs commemorating that historic milestone,” USPS said in a statement.One stamp features a photograph of Apollo 11 astronaut Aldrin in his spacesuit on the surface of the moon. The famous image was taken by fellow astronaut Armstrong, who you can see in the reflection of Aldrin’s spacesuit helmet’s visor. The Eagle has landed: 11 amazing facts about Apollo 11 More space Comments NASA Spacelast_img read more

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Hoonah cruise ship dock to be completed in the fall

first_imgThe future site of the new dock. (Photo by Elizabeth Jenkins/KTOO)Hoonah will soon be getting more cruise ship passengers as it nears completion of a new dock at Icy Strait Point.The town currently receives as many as 4,000 tourists a day on cruise lines like Celebrity. But arriving ships have to anchor offshore and tender passengers over with smaller boats.Tyler Hickman, vice president of Icy Strait Point, says some vessels can’t accommodate that.“For instance, I know that Disney doesn’t carry tenders on their ships so they don’t carry any tender ports. And so it certainly opens the door where it was completely closed to them in past. So I think it sparks interest on all the cruise lines,” he says.For example, the Disney Wonder already has ports of call in Southeast and can carry up to 2,700 passengers.Huna Totem Corp. owns Icy Strait Point, a historic cannery turned tourist attraction with a museum, gift shop and zip line.Hickman says funding for the dock came from a public-private partnership.“The city has brought $14 million that was a grant from the state and Huna Totem Corp. is putting another 8 million into it,” he says.The dock is expected to be completed in October in time for next year’s tourist season.last_img read more

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Queer Eyes Antoni to open a restaurant in New York

first_imgTell me more!During a panel discussion at the 92 Street Y, Porowski spoke about this upcoming endeavor.‘I’m all about, like, cheese and pork belly and decadence, and as a result of the increased vanity of being on camera all the time and working out and eating healthy, I’m developing a fast-casual food concept restaurant that I’m gonna be opening here in New York,’ Porowski said, according to Out.com.As Porowski officially isn’t able to talk about the project yet, not many details are known. Still, it is clear that he’s excited for it.Fans love AntoniConsidering how fans on Twitter react to Porowski’s role on Queer Eye, one can only assume the restaurant will be a hit.WHEN IS ANTONI GETTING HIS OWN COOKING SHOW @netflix WHERE U AT #QueerEye Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski ‘Queer Eye’ Star Antoni Porowski Plans to Open Up a Restaurant in New York City. Can I please work here? https://t.co/ukQTaAa1cR— The Bitchy Waiter ® (@bitchywaiter) June 23, 2018 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… *me, watching queer eye*antoni: i wanted to teach you a simple dish, take the avocado and this dip-me: you’re so smart let me love you— kia (@LADYBlIRD) June 23, 2018 Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . I want Antoni from Queer Eye to be my friend and teach me how to cook — Buddy Glass (@cannon_27) June 23, 2018 GAYSTARNEWS- Can Antoni from queer eye PLEASE teach me how to properly cut an onion— haley hill (@hhill3060) June 23, 2018 — Emma (@graneadloaf) June 23, 2018 Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot is immensely popular, especially with season two’s recent premiere. Now, the show’s foodie heartthrob Antoni Porowski has announced plans to open his own New York restaurant. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski giving classic New York diner a makeover for his first restaurantSee this man hilariously recreate Instagram thirst traps from Queer Eye’s AntoniQueer Eye’s Antoni and Justin Trudeau will have a Pride brunch togetherRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/queer-eyes-antoni-to-open-a-restaurant-in-new-york/last_img read more

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Breaking News 6 dead in crash near Ladysmith

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Reports of a crash that occurred a few minutes ago on the R74 between Bergville and Harrismith Road has left 6 people dead.It is unknown at this stage how many vehicles involved.Also read: Update: Death toll rises to 7 dead in crash near LadysmithAlso read: Watch: 7 dead and 4 seriously injured in crash near LadysmithEmergency officials are responding to scene as well as our journalist.We will update you with more information once we know more. Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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Eastern Europe gives Volkswagen a sales boost

first_img Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Sponsored Stories Group sales in Europe were up 0.8 percent in the first nine months, as a 6 percent drop in western Europe excluding Germany was offset by a 3 percent increase in the home market, and a 23.1 percent increase in central and eastern Europe, including Russia.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvementcenter_img Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day BERLIN (AP) – Strong sales in Eastern Europe helped Volkswagen AG post a 6.5 percent increase in September sales over the same month last year, despite difficulties caused by the European financial crisis.Volkswagen said Friday it sold 801,000 vehicles in September, against 751,900 in September 2011. Overall sales through September were up 9.7 percent on the same period the previous year to 6.71 million.The number includes Porsche for the first time, which became a Volkswagen brand in August. Porsche has sold 22,800 vehicles since then. Top Stories Parents, stop beating yourself up 0 Comments   Share   last_img read more

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2018 was introduced

2018 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 12 March but couldn’t be taken up due to logjam in Parliament over different issues.

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