Delhi Metro celebrates 25th foundation day

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) celebrated it’s 25th Foundation Day with Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu as the chief guest. The Silver Jubilee celebrations were held at Manekshaw Centre on Friday. Speaking about the popularity that the DMRC has achieved over the past two decades, Vice President Naidu said, Delhi Metro is the pioneer in Metro expansion in the country. It is the symbol of the progress the country has made in the last few years.” The Vice President congratulated Delhi Metro for entering the 25th year and lauded the commendable efforts of DMRC in providing world class services. He urged the urban administrators to focus more on exploring different forms of public transport to decongest the urban space.last_img read more

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News Corp to name entertainment company 21st Century Fox

by The Associated Press Posted Apr 16, 2013 4:46 pm MDT News Corp to name entertainment company 21st Century Fox AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – News Corp. says the name of the entertainment company that will survive when its newspapers are spun off into a different company will be 21st Century Fox.That plays off its movie studio, 20th Century Fox, for the current century. Previously News Corp. planned to call the movie and TV show company Fox Group.CEO Rupert Murdoch said the new name draws on the rich heritage of the movie studio while hinting at the innovation and dynamism of its properties.21st Century Fox will hold pay TV channels like FX and Fox News Channel, the Fox broadcast TV network, movie and TV studios under the 20th Century Fox umbrella and European pay TV providers such as Sky Italia.The publishing company will still be called News Corp. read more

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Stock indexes drop extending losses to third week as oil prices fall

by The Associated Press Posted Mar 13, 2015 2:15 pm MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks are closing lower, led by declines in utilities and materials stocks.The price of oil took another sharp turn lower Friday and the dollar moved higher against the euro, threatening to pinch the profits of big U.S. exporters.The Dow Jones industrial average slumped 145 points, or 0.8 per cent, to 17,749.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index fell 12 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 2,053. The Nasdaq composite declined 21 points, or 0.4 per cent, to 4,871.Crude oil fell $2.21, nearly 5 per cent, to $44.84 a barrel in New York. Oil has fallen 10 per cent this week and is close to a six-year low.Rig operator Transocean dropped 5 per cent.U.S. government bond prices didn’t move much. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was unchanged at 2.12 per cent. Stock indexes drop, extending losses to third week, as oil prices fall and dollar strengthens AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Traders gather at a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, March 13, 2015. U.S. stocks are opening slightly lower a day after the market notched its best performance in five weeks. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) read more

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SMMT technology roadmap webinar

The roadmap also focuses on industry trends and drivers, paying special attention to the technology developments needed to encourage a sustainable future for the automotive industry. Framework provided in the project includes:  Taking into account the views and expertise of supply chain representatives, academia and other specialists, the technology roadmap delivers information on evolving markets, products, systems and technologies. The broad scope of the roadmap reflects the complex nature of the road transport system and the changing environment in which it operates. The data was obtained from workshops carried out in 2008 and re-emphasises the importance that should be placed on technologies to reduce CO2 emissions from vehicles. ·         Encouraging technological innovation in road vehicle systems in the short, medium and long-term.·         Enabling communication, discussion and action within industry collaborations, academia and networks.·         Mapping future innovation paths for key technology areas. To view the technology roadmap, login to the Low Carbon KTN at and select roadmap from the navigation.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) SMMT held a successful webinar on 22 October, focused on the SMMT Foresight Vehicle Technology Roadmap, now live and available through the Knowledge Transfer Network. Over 60 people accessed the webinar online. SMMT chief executive, Paul Everitt, discussed the significance of the New Automotive Innovation and Growth Team’s recommendations on low-carbon technology.  Brian Lawrence, SMMT Foresight Vehicle programme manager, outlined the work of SMMT Foresight Vehicle in supporting the industry and provided a comprehensive synopsis of the new technology roadmap. read more

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Matchmaking event links researchers with community groups

Instead of a love connection, a recent ‘match-making’ event aimed to create a bond between Brock researchers and community organizations.The Nov. 8 session connected local groups with Brock academics whose expertise complements their specific needs in an effort to spark new community-University research projects.Julie Gregory, project facilitator with SJRI, and David Butz, SJRI affiliated professor of Geography, speak with Susan Venditti from Start Me Up Niagara.Making a Difference in Niagara: University-Community Research Collaborations was hosted on campus by Brock’s Social Justice Research Institute (SJRI).Brock has a history of successful and meaningful engagement with the Niagara community, said Rebecca Raby, Professor of Child and Youth Studies and Director of the SJRI. The recent event was intended to help grow that engagement, creating mutually beneficial partnerships that better Niagara as a whole.“Making a difference is at the heart of Brock’s mission statement,” said Tim Kenyon, Brock’s Vice-President, Research, during the event’s opening remarks. That “difference,” he said, can happen in many ways, such as conducting new research, engaging in new ways of looking at problems, or informing new policies. “Research exists to make a difference,” he said. “Nobody gets into research because we hope nobody is ever going to read it.”University-community partnerships can help answer questions researchers often ask, he said, such as “How can I make a difference? How can I encourage uptake of my research? How can I make my research accessible to the people who need it?”Four community organizations attended Making a Difference in Niagara, presenting their research needs directly to Brock faculty and students who are concerned about social justice issues.For Jeff Sinclair, who chairs Niagara Region Homelessness Services’ program advisory committee, “idea generation” was considered a major benefit of working with the University.“Many people in our organization have been doing the work for years,” he said. “Students bring a fresh perspective.” Tools of Empowerment for Success (TOES) Niagara Executive Director Nyarayi Kapisavanhu, on the other hand, hoped Brock researchers may help evaluate the role of education in the empowerment of women leaders. The organization works to identify and interpret the leadership qualities of marginalized women leaders in the region.The clients of Start Me Up Niagara deal with issues of marginalization, isolation and loneliness, said Executive Director Susan Venditti. The organization, which she described as a “Petri dish for research,” is interested in research that conceptualizes its model of care.Melenie Neamtz, a program co-ordinator at the Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre, focused her pitch on the organization’s Mental Health for Newcomers Program.“We need quantitative and qualitative data,” she said. “We know that stigma is a major barrier (to accessing services) among the newcomer population, many of whom come from countries where mental health is not something people talk about, even within their own homes.”Neamtz experienced the benefit of Brock partnerships after working with the University’s Nursing students on the recent Road to Resilience: A Multicultural Art Exhibition. The project has local artists and art students volunteering to create representations of newcomers’ stories of lived experience. Stories and art pieces will be displayed at The Robby, 85 Church St. in St. Catharines, on Tuesday, Nov. 20.This time around, Neamtz requested help with data collection and analysis, expertise around data management and privacy, and capacity to share and mobilize the data that is collected.All four organizations pointed to the need for local data, especially when it comes to applying or reporting to external funding organizations.“We need Niagara-specific information, not just information from Toronto or even Hamilton,” Neamtz said. “We know Niagara has its own problems, but we need to be able to point to the proof.”The benefits of University-community research projects are not just financial. All presenters noted how research can help them better serve their client base.“We understand our participants,” said Venditti, “but we need to evaluate what we are doing so we know what’s working. We need quantitative data.”Sociology Professor and SJRI affiliate Nancy Cook wanted to be sure the community organizations understood what to expect from working with the University’s SJRI. “We undertake our research with a social justice lens,” she said. “We are driven by our passions, values, commitment to progressive change.”The event may represent the early steps in several potential new collaborations. Faculty and student researchers, having heard the organizations’ pitches, were invited to indicate on cards which organizations they were interested in collaborating with. The team at SJRI collected the cards so they can match researchers with community groups and make the necessary introductions. Faculty and students expressed interest in all the organizations. Any interested faculty or students who could not make it to the event are welcome to contact Julie Gregory  at for more information.Faculty affiliated with the SJRI are eligible for community engagement and research seed grants. Students wanting to get involved with community research should contact the SJRI or an affiliated faculty member.Brock’s Social Justice Research Institute aims to nourish the construction and mobilization of knowledge that addresses contemporary social problems, opens pathways to progressive social change, and ultimately, helps to build a more just society in and beyond the Niagara region. For more information, visit the SJRI website.Rebecca Raby, Director of Brock’s Social Justice Research Institute (far right) welcomed representatives from four community organizations: Nyarayi Kapisavanhu from TOES Niagara, Melenie Neamtz from Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre, Susan Venditti from Start Me Up Niagara, and Jeff Sinclair from Niagara Region Homelessness Services at the Making a Difference in Niagara event Nov. 8. read more

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Matheny hired by Royals possible successor to Yost

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mike Matheny has been hired by Kansas City as a special adviser for player development, putting the former St. Louis Cardinals manager in position as a possible successor to Royals manager Ned Yost.The 64-year-old Yost has managed the Royals since 2010 and led the team to the 2015 World Series title, the second in franchise history after 1985. Kansas City announced on the final day of this season he had agreed to a contract for 2019.The 48-year-old Matheny succeeded Tony La Russa as Cardinals manager after St. Louis won the 2011 Series and became the first manager to lead his team into the playoffs in each of his first four seasons. He was fired on July 14 this year with the Cardinals at 47-46.Royals general manager Dayton Moore said Friday that Matheny will assist in scouting and player development. Like Yost, Matheny is a former major league catcher.“It has always been our policy to hire the best baseball people we can, and this is the perfect example of that,” Moore said. “Mike has contributed so much to our game as both a player and a manager and has a wealth of knowledge that can only make us better.”___More AP MLB: and Associated Press read more

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Sandia Labs demos inexpensive bombdefusing robot hand

first_imgYou’ve probably seen plenty of videos demoing incredible, lifelike robot hands. There’s a reason all you ever see is the video, though. Robotic hands are incredibly expensive to build — often into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. With the aid of a grant from DARPA, Sandia Labs is working on a robotic hand that is cheap enough to disarm bombs and work in other dangerous environments.For some tasks, the cold mechanical claw on most robots just won’t do it. At times like that, you want a more human-like touch. With grasping implements running so expensive, that often means a real person could be put in harms way to disarm that bomb. The Sandia Hand demoed on video looks like it at least comes close to the dexterity of the human hand.The device can be altered with interchangeable magnetic finger attachments. This extreme flexibility allows operators to use tools like screwdrivers, flashlights, and cameras. The modular approach also makes the Sandia Hand more durable in that fingers won’t break if the hand is struck — they just snap off. The robot can even pick up its own disconnected fingers and reattach them. I’m not sure if building self-repairing robots is a good idea in the long run, but it’s really neat.The hand has three fingers and a thumb, just like a Simpsons character. The articulation might not be as extraordinary as some other robot hands, but the cost is currently expected to be around $10,000 in low volumes. That’s already a fraction of what other systems run and the cost might come down further.last_img read more

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Greece calls snap referendum on bailout deal with Europe

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Greece’s prime minister has announced a snap referendum in a last-ditch attempt to get the country’s European creditors to back down on their demands to secure its eurozone future. Alexis Tsipras called the surprise vote, to be held on on July 5, having spent Friday night holed up in an emergency meeting with his cabinet. The question to be put before voters is whether or not the country is willing to submit to the conditions being demanded by the International Monetary Fund, European Union and European Central Bank. Speaking to Greek television, Mr Tsipras said: “[Our creditors’] proposals, which clearly violate the European rules and the basic rights to work, equality and dignity show that the purpose of some of the partners and institutions was not a viable agreement for all parties, but possibly the humiliation of an entire people,” Greece’s finance minister Yanis Varoufakis said it was time for the people to decide. As soon as the prime minister announced the vote, extreme Left wing elements within his party called for the country to reject the terms of the lenders. Panagiotis Lafazanis, Greece’s energy minister, said the Greeks should provide a “resounding no” to the deal on the table. It came after Greece rejected a €15bn rescue plan on Friday, lashing out at attempts to blackmail the country into submission. Eurozone finance ministers are due to meet in Brussels on Saturday, as differences over tax rises and spending cuts continue to hold back an agreement. The meeting had been billed as the last possible opportunity for Greece to cede to creditor demands and stave off a default. In the absence of a deal, creditors are planning for a series of emergency default scenarios, as the banking system would likely face ruin. Capital controls in the form of enforced bank holidays and deposit withdrawal limits could come as early as Monday, according to analysts at Credit Suisse. Source: The Telegraphlast_img read more

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WSUV students shift into high gear with OMSI exhibit

first_imgWashington State University Vancouver students are working together to create an OMSI exhibit, with the sponsorship of Vancouver-based Dick Hannah Dealerships. This is the first in an occasional series following their work.The 10 Washington State University Vancouver students walked into the meeting at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry with two ideas, knowing only one idea would survive. They’d spent weeks in friendly competition over how to create an educational exhibit on automobile technology that would appeal equally to adults and children.Soon, they’d be working together on the single project favored by OMSI’s exhibit staff and representatives of Vancouver-based Dick Hannah Dealerships, which is funding the exhibit. Their mission would be to complete their work before graduating from WSUV in May. But now they were trying to sell their competing ideas to a committee that would set the course for the rest of their term.The OMSI exhibit, tentatively named “Autovation,” represents a rare convergence of community priorities. By tapping students to create the long-term exhibit, OMSI gives a boost to STEM — science, technology, engineering, and math — education. By providing $40,000 for project costs, Dick Hannah Dealerships shows its support of WSUV and, specifically, the university’s Creative Media and Digital Culture program that pushes innovative use of digital technology. By participating in the project, students can expect to gain skills they can leverage into jobs and careers.All big thinking aside, the students’ first major step was to pitch their ideas to officials from OMSI and Dick Hannah on a cold January morning. They didn’t get off to the best start. The first van carrying five students ran late from WSUV because its door locks had frozen shut. The second van was even later as students squeezed in a morning class before heading to Portland.last_img read more

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Hotel Stays For Harvey Survivors Extended To November 7

first_img Share Twitter User @statesatriskHurricane Harvey survivors who need more time to find housing are getting an extension to stay temporarily in hotels while they look for an alternative place to live.The Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program, which pays for short-term hotel stays, has been extended. The new checkout date is two weeks away on Nov. 7.Participants eligible to continue in the program will receive a phone call telling them what they need to do to remain at their current hotel or find a new hotel. Applicants must meet certain requirements to remain eligible.Hurricane Harvey survivors who recently applied for assistance will be notified automatically of their eligibility. To be considered for TSA eligibility disaster survivors must be registered with FEMA for disaster assistance.More information can be found on the FEMA website. last_img read more

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Saluting the real stars

first_imgTarun Shienh, the real estate guru and CMD Premia Group graced ceremony as the chief guest of honour.Personalities like Kalpana Singh Chitnis(Indo American Poet and Film Maker), Navnit Sikera(IPS), Rohit Bal, Miland Lavate(Finance Investor) Arun Bakshi(singer and actor), Dr.M Wali (Medical), Rajesh Kumar Griha(Environment Scientist ‘C’) were some of the awardees of 2014, who have displayed exceptional work in their respective field and have devoted for the society and the nation. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The award ceremony was conducted in the presence of honorable celebrities and distinguished personalities. Tarun Shienh gave away the awards for the various social activities.He said, ‘It’s been an honor for me that the foundation has invited me to honor these awardees who are recognized in their respective fields. All these personalities have done remarkable jobs in their respective fields and have set our country on the height of success and honor due to their hard work.  Rajiv Gandhi  was great personality and I pray to the almighty to give peace to the noble soul of our former Prime Minister Late Rajiv Gandhi and bless with divinity of mind and soul’.last_img read more

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In The Herd Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak embarks on life after Kobe

first_imgWith the Kobe Bryant Farewell Tour complete, nobody is under more of a microspore this coming season than Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak. After 38 wins in the last two seasons, they’ll begin next year with a young roster led by rookie head coach Luke Walton.Last night, the Lakers drafted 6’11’’ stretch 4, Brandon Ingram out of Duke with second overall pick. Ingram adds more scoring and three point shooting to the stable of inexperienced talent like Julius Randle, Jordan Clarkson and D’Angelo Russell.Mitch Kupchak joined The Herd today to talk about his expectations for the upcoming year and how Brandon Ingram fits into their plans. He said although he received considerable interest from teams wanting to trade up for the pick, none of the offers were worth passing up Ingram.“There was a lot of activity. There wasn’t much that we would do to trade the pick. We felt real comfortable with either one of those guys at the top.” The Lakers don’t look like they’re anywhere close to competing, but fans are growing impatient and want to see progress. Kupchak said that although the Lakers won’t be competing for a title next year, he wants to put an entertaining product on the floor that gives the fans hope.“To me the most important thing is not so much winning all the games we can win this year. I mean a we can add veteran free agents that may be a little long in the tooth and win an extra four or five games.But the most important thing, I think, is to develop our core, add some free agents if possible, and every 10 to 15 games next year, knowing that you’re going to lose some of them, show improvement. And bring something to our partners and our fans that they can watch over an 82 game schedule.”With Kobe gone, the Lakers will have to shift their focus from selling tickets to winning games, something they haven’t done a lot of recently. If they don’t, it could be Mitch Kupchak’s farewell tour. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Step into my office

first_imgColin takes you on a tour of his office after today’s episode of The Herd, his thoughts on today’s show, and tells you what you can expect to find on

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Las Vegas hits jackpot with Prince Harry scandal

first_imgLas Vegas cashes in on the publicity boom with campaign, ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’ Las Vegas tourism hit the jackpot with Prince Harry’s recent naked scandal, with a tongue in cheek campaign reminding visitors of the city’s unofficial code: ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’, the Vegas Sun reported.According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) the value of publicity that came from news coverage of the scandal and an online campaign, viewed by an estimated 154 million people, is approximately USD$23 million.The campaign condemned the leak of the naked pictures, urging visitors to keep hush-hush about wild Sin City weekends.LVCVA board chairman Tom Collins said “God bless Prince Harry, he made us a bunch of money.” Source = e-Travel Blackboard: K.Wlast_img read more

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Marriott International adds 30 leading hotel brands to its portfolio

first_imgMarriott International, Inc. has expanded its portfolio to include 30 of the most desirable and prestigious hotel brands along with the addition of the Starwood Hotels & Resorts portfolio.Travellers seeking an enriching experience can now choose from the most diverse selection of hotel brands ever. The brand now includes 5,700 hotels and 1.1 million rooms in over 110 countries across the globe.Members of Marriott’s leading loyalty programs, Marriott Rewards – which includes The Ritz-Carlton Rewards – and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG), have been invited to link their accounts at to enjoy the benefits, recognition and experiences each program has to offer. Members will have their status matched across programs and be able to transfer and redeem points across programs for travel to more destinations than ever before. On linking the accounts, members will be able to transfer points at a three-to-one ratio (three Marriott Rewards points = one SPG Starpoint) between the programs for redemption stays or on the Marriott Rewards Experiences Marketplace or SPG’s Moments platform.last_img read more

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Biennale celebrates the existence of Muziris through Muziris A Citadel of Spices

first_imgAmidst the stellar artworks at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016, there is a rare showcase of the story behind Muziris as an ancient seaport in Kerala, with established trade roots with 33 countries around the world dating over 2000 BC.‘Muziris- A Citadel of Spices’, is a collateral exhibition at the ongoing Biennale. It attempts to provide a ringside view to the heritage, trade, culture and history of the ancient port and Kerala in general. The display, divided into 10 subdivided segments beginning from 9th century AD and ending in early 18th century AD, is being organised in collaboration with Kerala Tourism’s Muziris Project Ltd and is set to run till March 29, 2017, when the Biennale ends.“We see this exhibition as a promotional activity for tourists and locals to gain understanding about the Muziris region and to tell them about the history of Kerala. Over 2,500 years ago Muziris was seen as an urban centre, as an ancient emporium of trade with 33 countries in the world,” said Dr. Midhun C Sekhar of the Muziris Heritage Project, who has curated the showcase with Shine K S.Situated inside an old warehouse surrounded by the backwaters of the Arabian Sea in Mattancherry area of west Kochi, the exhibition displays a selection of various artifacts dug up during a series of excavations at Pattanam village in North Paravoor.In the exhibition there are also details of 28 museums of the Muziris Heritage Project. These include the Paliyam palace, a three-storied building built by the Dutch in the 1700s, representing a blend of Kerala-European architecture, and the Paliyam Nalukettu, a typical Malayali traditional house built entirely from wood with a basement storage area.“We have a hop on hop off boat service for visitors to go to all the museums we have set up. The entire journey spans six hours. We have in and around the area fishing activities, lot of interior backwaters and different types of agriculture such as plantation of coconut, areca and nutmeg, which provides visitors a glimpse of the wonderful culture of Kerala. Our aim is to promote a relaxed tourism experience combining heritage and backwater cruises,” added Dr. Shekhar.last_img read more

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Finance committee wraps up discussions on banks and real estate

first_imgThe House finance committee on Monday concluded discussion of amendments to the Business of Credit Institutions Law, which allows banks to manage real estate properties and companies via debt for property swaps.The bill, submitted by the finance ministry, is set for a plenum vote this Friday. It had been intended to go to the plenum floor last week, but was withdrawn at the last minute after parties decided further tweaks were needed.One modification that has been locked into the amending law is a clause explicitly stating that, whereas a bank may appoint a manager at a company it has acquired a stake in, this shall not impact the rights of other shareholders.Another amendment regulates the persons appointed as senior executives or managers at credit institutions licensed in Cyprus.Under this, it is forbidden for persons to hold or act in such a position if they have been declared bankrupt or have been convicted for an offence involving fraud or dishonesty in any country.A further proposed amendment concerns the appointment by the bank of a receiver and manager to companies controlled by the lender.These appointments would take place only when a company is deemed not viable.Citizens Alliance MP Anna Theologou warned that this would lead to the creation of ‘zombie companies’ which would be managed until their assets are sold off.It would be better if banks were allowed to appoint managers only where companies are slated for liquidation, she argued.Responding, a Central Bank official said the appointment of managers by a bank is merely a measure to ensure that no company staff is laid off.In any case, the same official said, the law stipulates that banks may keep properties or companies on their books for up to three years.You May LikeTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoFigLeaf Beta AppFigLeaf brings You 3 Easy Steps to Privacy on Your Terms…FigLeaf Beta AppUndoAll Pro SaverCalifornia: Seniors Born Before 1970 Surprised By New Mortgage RuleAll Pro SaverUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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