Follow the news on Nepal Organisation June 8, 2020 Find out more RSF_en News to go further Nepal: RSF’s recommendations to amend controversial Media Council Bill June 8, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Supreme court rules in favour of radio news agency Communication Corner Help by sharing this information May 29, 2019 Find out more NepalAsia – Pacific Receive email alerts News Under Chinese pressure, Nepal sanctions three journalists over Dalai Lama story Reporters Without Borders today welcomed yesterday’s ruling by Nepal’s supreme court that a government order closing the radio news agency Communication Corner was illegal. The court issued its decision in response to a writ petition filed on 30 May by the head of agency, Gopal Guragain, challenging the order issued on 27 May by the information and communications ministry.Supreme court judges Ram Prasad Shrestha and Rajendra Kumar Bhandari instructed the government not to enforce the directive, stressing that the news agency has a valid operation licence issued by the information and communications ministry to produce news programmes for FM radio stations. During the hearings, government representatives revealed that the pressure to close the news agency had come from the defence ministry._________________________________________________31.05.2005Crackdown on radio continues with ban on “Communication Corner”Reporters Without Borders gave its backing to radio production agency ‘Communication Corner’ threatened with closure on the orders of the government, the latest move in its media crackdown, as radio stations campaign against censorship imposed since 1st February. The agency’s management received a letter for the ministry of information and communication on 27 May ordering it to halt all activities because of “complaints about illegal operations” The agency’s managing director Gopal Guragain on 30 May lodged an appeal before the Supreme Court. “Contrary to the government, we believe in the rule of law”, said Guragain who has been offered help by some 15 lawyers.One Communication Corner journalist told Reporters Without Borders that he feared security forces would act to close its offices. In defiance of the closure order, the editorial staff, though much reduced since 1st February, has produced several programmes.The closure decision was reportedly taken by Lokman Singh Karki, secretary at the ministry, under pressure from security forces, unhappy by the independent coverage put out by the agency, the only one of its kind in the kingdom.Until 1st February, Communication Corner, which was founded five years ago, employed around 60 staff to produce programmes for 14 FM radio stations across the country.Several hundred journalists demonstrated in the capital Kathmandu on 29 May to call for an end to radio censorship imposed by King Gyanendra. One banner read “Lift the ban on news on radio”. Most of Nepal’s FM radio stations have combined to create the Save the Independent Radio Movement (SIRM) The SIRM has planned a week of action starting 29 May in which all the radio stations will send a broken radio set and a copy of the Constitution to the information and communication minister. On 3 June, all radio stations are due to observe a two minutes silence. News Nepalese journalists threatened, attacked and censored over Covid-19 coverage News May 17, 2019 Find out more NepalAsia – Pacific
The Windham Foundation, one of Vermont’s largest foundations, has awarded nine Vermont non-profit organizations $70,000 in grants in its fourth grant cycle for fiscal year 2006. It also pledged a $100,000 donation to the University of Vermonts Rubinstein School of Natural Resources.Windham Foundation is an exempt foundation whose mission is to undertake and support historic restoration and preservation throughout the state of Vermont, as well as to develop projects and support charities to benefit the welfare of Vermonters. One of the ways it supports this mission is through its grants program.Every quarter, grants are awarded to non-profit organizations primarily in the areas of social services, the arts and education with active programs that focus on the needs and quality of life in Vermont, its citizens and its communities. Since its inception, the Foundation has provided more than $10 million in funding to hundreds of non-profits across Vermont.The following organizations are the Foundation’s recipients for this quarter:Champlain Islands Parent Child Center, Grand Isle, Grand IsleFunding for a family literacy program in the Grand Isle region.Child Care Fund of Vermont, Bennington, E. DorsetFunding for the Vermont Community Preschool Collaborative project, providing high quality preschool programs in the State; this project will specifically benefit the Brattleboro area.Compass School, Windham, WestminsterFunding for the Global Connections Youth Program, an educational program designed to better understand diverse cultures and communities. This program will focus on communities in Northern Mexico.Intervale Center, Chittenden, BurlingtonFunding for a two-year project to identify sustainable marketplace links between Vermont farmers and consumers.Right Foot, Inc., Windsor, SpringfieldFunding for the Life Skills Prevention and Education Program for this youth center aimed at 11-18 year olds.Townshend Historical Society, Windham, TownshendFunding for restoration to historic documents and books.United Way of Windham County, Windham, BrattleboroGrant for the organization’s Youth Initiative project which aims to empower youth through a variety of community programs.Vermont Academy, Windham, Saxtons RiverFunding for the private high school’s Vermont Environs Community Mapping Project, where students learn about Geographic Information Systems and Global Positioning Systems and produce educational materials and maps for the community.T.W. Wood Gallery and Art Center, Washington, MontpelierFunding for a comprehensive marketing and publicity plan to increase visitors to the year-round exhibitions at one of the oldest art galleries in Vermont.The Windham Foundation has also pledged a gift of $100,000 to the University of Vermont to assist with the environmentally sound design and expansion of the university’s Aiken Center, which houses the Rubinstein School of Natural Resources. The grant will be given over two years, with $50,000 payable this year and the remaining dollars given by the end of 2007.”The Windham Foundation was an early supporter of UVMs Aiken Center,” explained Stephan Morse, Windham Foundation President and CEO. “And as a foundation that works to help preserve Vermont’s natural resources, we feel that continued support of the Rubenstein School of Natural Resources in the Aiken Center will not only benefit the students of that school, but also Vermonters at large.”Detailed information on applying for a Windham Foundation grant in the 2007 fiscal year can be found on its website at www.windham-foundation.org(link is external).The Windham Foundation, established in 1963, is a not-for-profit organization located in Grafton, Vt. The Foundation is the parent company of The Old Tavern, Grafton Village Cheese Company and the Grafton Village Nursery in Grafton and the Retreat Farm in Brattleboro. As an operating foundation, it uses much of the annual earned income from the subsidiaries to fund its charitable programs.Media contact:Melissa Gullotti, 802-843-2211, [email protected](link sends e-mail)www.windham-foundation.org(link is external)
Chirico said the squad had to reach to a new level of play to defeat the Alberta side in the final.Airdrie had defeated the selects 4-2 on Saturday afternoon to win the pool. The Selects finished second after preliminary round action, advancing to meet Kootenay South Youth Soccer Association in the semi-final. Despite falling behind early 2-1 the selects battled back to lead 3-2 at the half and 5-2 at the fulltime whistle.Tyler Walmsley scored the winner at the 24 minute mark of the first half. Dylan Watts with two and Milo Klein and Berend Platje with one each rounded out the scoring. In the final Klein scored two goals in the first 10 minutes to set the tone. Airdrie battled back to tie the game at two early in the second half. Klein completed the hat trick at the 51 minute mark with the eventual game winner. Although the Airdrie keeper gat a hand to the ball he could not prevent it from nestling into the corner netting for the game winner.“The boys have been preparing hard to find a new level of play and they accomplished that today. A great confidence booster,” Andre Perez, Co-Coach.The Selects also defeated the Columbia Valley Titans 9-0 on Saturday. The stars continue to align for Nelson Selects U-13 Boys.Fresh from capturing the BC Soccer Kootenay Zone title, the Select defeated Airdrie FC 3-2 to win the 2017 Kootenay East Youth Soccer Association (KEYSA) Tournament Sunday in Cranbrook.“Playing Airdrie was great preparation for the Provincial B Cup championships coming up in Vernon, BC July 5-9th,” said Co-Coach Joe Chirico.
Tyler Baze59128620%44%$455,927 MIGHTY MEGAHERTZ HONORED MONDAYMegahertz, the mighty mite trained by the late Bobby Frankel for owner Michael Bello, will be honored at Santa Anita on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday with the running of a Grade III race named in her memory.A chestnut daughter of Pivotal bred in Great Britain by Cheveley Park Stud Ltd. on May 4, 1999, Megahertz ran all 34 of her career races on turf, 13 at Santa Anita where she won nine, generally coming from dead last to triumph in dramatic fashion.Alex Solis rode her 21 times, winning 11, including two Grade Is, the Yellow Ribbon and the John C. Mabee.“She was a little tiny filly with a big heart and a big finish,” said the Hall of Fame rider. “I don’t remember riding a filly with that kind of kick. She was very special.”Megahertz won 14 races, finished second six times and third five times, earning $2,261,594. She last raced on Oct. 29, 2005, finishing eighth of 14 in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Belmont Park.Her last win came in the Yellow Ribbon at Santa Anita Oct. 1, 2005, when she roared from seventh and last to score by a length under Solis as the 1-2 favorite. The field for the Megahertz for older fillies and mares at one mile turf, going as the seventh of 10 races: Do the Dance, Tyler Baze, 6-1; Prize Exhibit, Mike Smith, 5-2; Poster Girl, Alex Solis, 15-1; Jeremy’s Legacy, Mario Gutierrez, 10-1; Kenriya, Julian Auge, 5-1; Tiz a Kiss, Kent Desormeaux, 2-1; and Into The Mystic, Flavien Prat, 7-2. Norberto Arroyo, Jr.3973018%26%$309,580 Jerry Hollendorfer3357715%58%$565,874 Peter Eurton1231025%33%$119,025 Victor Espinoza2244518%59%$245,970 Doug O’Neill4766813%43%$299,138 Philip D’Amato1734418%65%$361,005 WITH NEXTDOORNEIGHBOR, IT’S ALWAYS MILLER TIMEWhether you cash a bet on him or not, you gotta love a horse like Nextdoorneighbor.The old boy just keeps trying.The bay gelding bred by John and Jerry Amerman in Florida is a virtual win machine, still going strong at age 10, as his 5 ¼-length victory in Saturday’s fourth race for $8,000-$12,500 claimers attests.While no California Chrome, the son of Lido Palace out of the Wild Rush dam Fencelineneighbor has compiled 15 victories, 11 seconds and seven thirds from 54 starts, earning $358,629.“I’ve won 10 out of 12 with him,” said trainer Peter Miller, who lost the horse via claim to Steve Knapp after yesterday’s race. “I love the horse and he likes me, too.”Knapp, who claimed Nextdoorneighbor for $12,500, took the horse from Miller for $8,000 last Oct. 30 then lost him back for $12,500 after the old warhorse ran fourth at Del Mar on Nov. 18. Apparently, Miller knows his hole card.“”We’ve got certain things that we do with him,” allowed Miller, without giving away any trade secrets. “His hole card is that he really likes being at San Luis Rey (Downs, where Miller has a string of horses).“If I had to point out anything, I think he likes the calm, quiet environment down there. That’s the main thing with him.” Mark Glatt1834217%50%$132,210 FINISH LINES: Santa Anita’s iconic Paddock Captain, John Shear, who will celebrate his 96th birthday on Tuesday and be honored in the Winner’s Circle following tomorrow’s sixth race, will also be Tom Quigley’s special handicapping guest tomorrow in the East Paddock Gardens beginning at 10:50 a.m. . . . Santa Ynez winner Unique Bella, prepping for the Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes at one mile on Feb. 5, worked a half-mile Sunday in 46.80. Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said he was “real happy” with the drill . . . Horsemen took advantage of a welcome extended break in the weather, with 290 recorded workouts at Santa Anita, including 34 on the training track. Jockey Club Gold Cup winner Hoppertunity breezed five furlongs for Bob Baffert in a minute flat . . . There is a single Pick Six Jackpot carryover of $179,083.51 into today’s races . . . With two wins Saturday, Tyler Baze holds a 12-10 lead over Flavien Prat in the early going for riding honors at the Winter Meet . . . Santa Anita’s popular horn blower Jay Cohen has been hors de combat recently but is expected back on the beat with his melodic calls to the post soon . . . Santa Anita offers holiday racing tomorrow, Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It will also be Dollar Day, with beer, sodas and hot dogs on sale for a buck apiece. First post time is 12 noon. Admission gates open at 10 a.m. Santa Anita will be dark for live racing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Live racing resumes on Friday, Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won FINEST CITY ‘FIT’ FOR GRADE II SANTA MONICAFinest City, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint at Santa Anita Nov. 5 and favored to win an Eclipse Award as outstanding female sprinter of 2016, worked five furlongs on a “fast” training track Sunday morning in a bullet 1:00.20 for her 2017 debut in next Saturday’s Grade II Santa Monica Stakes for older fillies and mares at seven furlongs.“We had to play it by ear dealing with the weather that altered training schedules, but we managed to dance through the raindrops and she’s doing fine,” trainer Ian Kruljac said of the five-year-old chestnut daughter of City Zip owned by Zeltzer Thoroughbreds and bred in Pennsylvania by HnR Nothhaft Horseracing LLC.“We’re ready to run and we’re ready to go,” said the 26-year-old Ian, son of trainer Eric Kruljac, who called the move under exercise rider Pedro Zavaletta “a beautiful work.”Added Ian: “She’s fine; she’s fit.”Probable for the Santa Monica: Bad Ju Ju, no rider; Cuddle Alert, no rider; Dr. Fager’s Gal, no rider; Fantastic Style, Rafael Bejarano; and Finest City, Mike Smith.Dr. Fager’s Gal worked five furlongs Sunday in 1:01.80 for Jerry Hollendorfer and Fantastic Style went the same distance in 1:00.60 for Doug O’Neill, both on the main track. John Sadler1454436%93%$243,824 Drayden Van Dyke4148110%32%$268,920 Peter Miller2575428%64%$336,260 FINEST CITY WORKS FOR THE SANTA MONICAMEGAHERTZ IS REMEMBERED BY ALEX SOLISNEXTDOORNEIGHBOR STILL LOOKS LIKE A ’10’UNIQUE BELLA’S DRILL HAS TRAINER HAPPY William Spawr940244%67%$134,541 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Richard Baltas3454515%41%$311,343 TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mike Smith1541327%53%$417,995 Martin Pedroza3255316%41%$186,765 (Current Through Saturday, Jan. 14) Kent Desormeaux3665517%44%$559,518 Stewart Elliott3754614%41%$178,590 Corey Nakatani1942121%37%$207,730 Rafael Bejarano4254912%43%$403,953 Bob Baffert2043320%50%$356,216 Gary Sherlock1231125%42%$67,400 Flavien Prat52104919%44%$670,933 Jeff Bonde930133%44%$75,540
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Exceptional community citizenship is one of the values that makes FFA, 4-H and Farm Bureau such successful organizations. These groups are partnering again for the 2020 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge, giving teens the chance to get involved and have a hands-on experience that will enable them to make their communities a better place.Up to 40 delegates will be selected for the 2020 Challenge. Delegates will travel to an all-expense paid advocacy training March 2-3 in Columbus for Phase One of the challenge and meet with Ohio legislators. Delegates will work in their assigned delegate teams during the following months to develop a public policy issue and proposed solution and prepare a presentation for public hearing. Delegate teams will come together again in Columbus May 16, 2020 to present their proposed policy. Finalist teams will be invited to compete at the Ohio State Fair July 31 for scholarship dollars..Read about the 2019 participants and winning projects.Who can be nominated or apply? Delegates must be in at least the ninth grade and between the ages of 14 and 18 during the 2019-2020 school year. Delegates are expected to have concern for local community issues and a desire to be more involved in advocating for their community. Cost to youth is $30 upon selection as a delegate. Students can be nominated by county Farm Bureau boards of trustees, or local teachers, or students can self-nominate.Delegate nominations must be received by Nov. 11, 2019. Delegate applications must be received by Dec. 15, 2019.Online extras2020 Challenge brochure2020 Delegate nomination information and form2020 Delegate application
They put on events, they readily share geocaching tricks and tips and they challenge new and seasoned geocachers with their hides. They are the January Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees.December 2012 Featured Geocacher of the Month, MoneydorkNow it’s your turn to help select one of them as the Featured Geocacher of the Month for January.Write a comment at the bottom of this blog about which of these geocachers you feel should be awarded the Featured Geocacher of the Month title.In December, Wayne, a.k.a. Moneydork was recognized for establishing himself as one of Australasian’s most prolific geocachers. His efforts to support the community as a Geocaching volunteer reviewer and good Samaritan have not gone unnoticed. He even managed to organize New Zealand’s very first Mega-Event from 3500 km (2175 miles) away. According to fellow geocachers, Moneydork’s hides and events are legendary Down Under and he never hesitates to give his all to the sport.Here are your nominees for the January Featured Geocacher of the Month. Some testimonials have been edited for length.KirretKirretMr Bluesky writes, “On November 29th, Don, [a.k.a. Kirret] will have found a geocache every single day of the year, since November 2011. He has done this in three different countries and on two continents. This year alone he has found over 1,700 geocaches, including a grand haul of 100 on March the 27th. Don worked in Scotland in 2010 and 2011 and I got to meet him through geocaching. We immediately became firm friends. I had the pleasure of geocaching with him in Canada in July 2012 and then again on August 18th in Scotland. Don is very enthusiastic about geocaching and has, just by meeting people while out geocaching, gotten many involved in this hobby by informing them of what he was doing and how enjoyable it is. He mostly geocaches with his wife and son and is one of Guildford, England’s most prolific geocachers. He is out in all weather conditions with a smile on his face and a GPS in hand. I think his achievements this year is a remarkable feat.” The WeaselThe WeaselSuperGoober writes, “Tim, a.k.a. The Weasel is what geocaching is all about. He gives back so much more than he takes. He hosted the very first CITO in the Midwest: EIGA 2004 CEDAR RAPIDS CITO EVENT. He is an active member and Board Director for the Iowa Geocacher Organization and a volunteer for the Linn County Conservation. Tim has conducted and assisted in over 50 geocaching 101, 201 and 301 classes and workshops throughout the State of Iowa and abroad. His knowledge of the wilderness extends well beyond that of an average geocacher. He uses his extensive knowledge of the outdoors to help other geocachers by placing some very creative and educational geocaches. The Weasel has an impeccable sense as to what geocaching is all about. He realizes that cache maintenance is very necessary to ensure that geocaching is fun and that the geocache is there. He is just unstoppable.”Comment below to tell us who you think should be the January Featured Geocacher of the Month. A panel of Lackeys will use your comments to help decide which geocacher is awarded the honor. Each featured Geocacher of the Month will receive an exclusive special edition featured Geocacher of the Month Geocoin, along with a Geocacher of the Month hat, a Geocacher of the Month profile icon and a certificate acknowledging their contributions, signed by two of the founders of Geocaching.com. We will be accepting comments for January’s award through Sunday, January 20th.Those whose nominees were not recognized here are encouraged to submit their nominations again next month. If you know an outstanding geocacher you would like to nominate to be a featured Geocacher of the Month, send an email to [email protected] and include the following information:Your name, the name of your nominee, their usernameA picture of the nomineeDescription (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Geocacher of the MonthPlease inform your nominee that you’ve submitted them for the award.Nominations for the February Geocacher of the Month must be received by Friday, February 8th. Once we have received all of the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so we might learn from each other.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedAnnouncing the December Featured Geocacher of the MonthDecember 28, 2012In “Community”December Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsDecember 7, 2012In “Community”February Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsFebruary 13, 2013In “Community” The RavenThe Raventtcm4geo writes, “If you visit Prescott, Arizona as we were one weekend, you will note something curious. Many of the geocaches you visit will have a note stating that ‘while you are in Prescott, you must find a geocache called Raven’s Labyrynth.’ So many geocacher said this that we finally decided to pursue it. The geocache itself is amazing, which I am sure took weeks to construct. Then we found out that the geocache owner has many similarly thought-out geocaches in the area. In fact, Prescott is known as ‘Ravenland.’ But, even more amazing is that if you email Dan, a.k.a. The Raven with a question, he promptly replies and tells you to call him. So we called him and got some assistance. He was very nice, and you can tell that his only goal is to help people enjoy geocaching. His geocaches are creative, well thought out and so much fun. He does all this work for people many of whom he will never meet. Therefore, I think he deserves this recognition.”
What the Tech?: Thinking about Technology & ParentingDate: June 30, 2016Time: 11:00 am-12:30 pm EasternLocation: What the Tech?: Thinking about Technology & ParentingFlickr [iPad Deployed by Aurimas, November 28, 2013, CC BY-ND 2.0]This session is being presented by Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, and Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFT. Bari is the Social Media and Webinar Coordination Specialist and Kacy is the project director for the MFLN Family Development team. They will be discussing ways in which technology has impacted parenting. Kacy and Bari will expound on the positives and negatives of the use of modern technological devices. Join us on June 30th at 11:00 am Eastern!We offer 1.5 National Association of Social Worker CE credits and CE credits for licensed Marriage and Family Therapists in the state of Georgia for each of our webinars, click here to learn more. For more information on future presentations in the 2016 Family Development webinar series, please visit our professional development website or connect with us via social media for announcements: Facebook & Twitter.
Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim NBA: Celtics to retire Paul Pierce’s jersey next season Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side The Scores:LYCEUM 75 – Perez 14, Nzeusseu 13, Jc. Marcelino 13, Caduyac 12, Ayaay 7, Baltazar 5, Jv. Marcelino 4, Ibanez 4, Tansingco 2, Pretta 1, Marata 0.LETRAN 68 – Nambatac 16, Calvo 11, Quinto 10, Balanza 8, Balagasay 6, Mandreza 6, Taladua 5, Caralipio 4, Pascual 2, Gedaria 0, Vacaro 0, Bernabe 0.Quarters: 18-26, 35-44, 53-59, 75-68. Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ LATEST STORIES Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Jaycee Marcelino added 13 points, seven rebounds, and three assists, while Reymar Caduyac was steady from the charity stripe, drilling all of his 12 markers from the free throw line.Lyceum faced its biggest deficit of the season as it trailed by 37-20, midway in the second quarter.But the Pirates soon after buckled down to work with Nzeusseu punishing the depleted Knights frontline, who was without the injured Jeo Ambohot and foul troubled Daryl Pascual and Irvin Mandreza.Lyceum snapped Letran’s four-game winning run and got a shot at a first round sweep with a win against Mapua on Tuesday.Rey Nambatac topped the Knights with 16 points and six rebounds, while JP Calvo had 11 markers, four boards, and two assists in the loss, as they finished the first round with a 5-4 card.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR MOST READ NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLyceum weathered a tough stand from Letran and pulled off a 75-68 victory Friday in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Pirates, who played without coach Topex Robinson who was serving a one-game suspension, rallied behind Mike Nzeusseu in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback from 17 points down.ADVERTISEMENT Nzeusseu fired eight of his 13 points in the payoff period, where the Pirates used a 10-2 run to turn things around and get the lead, 63-62, on amazing reverse from Marcelino with 5:41 left.READ: Letran coach warns Lyceum: ‘We will destroy whoever gets in our way’FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingThe Cameroonian also had 15 rebounds and three blocks to help keep Lyceum’s unbeaten record through eight games.CJ Perez tallied a team-high 14 markers and five boards, as he bucked a forgettable 6-of-19 clip from the field and drained the huge three with 3:30 to play to give Pirates some separation down the stretch. Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo View comments
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City boss Guardiola: No disaster if I don’t win Champions League hereby Paul Vegas25 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City boss Pep Guardiola insists it’ll be no “disaster” if he fails to bring the Champions League trophy to the club.Guardiola has so far failed to deliver the trophy at City, despite winning two Premier League titles, two League Cups and one FA Cup. Asked if European success was the next step for City, having dominated English football for the past two seasons, Guardiola said: “Yeah, definitely, but sometimes it cannot be possible.”Sometimes you take a few years and sometimes you take one year. Barcelona is my club in my heart and 1992 was the first one [European Cup] and Barcelona was born a long time ago.”The important games, the decisions, many games, the influence. But I’m sorry, I’m not going to live the next 10 months thinking if I don’t win the Champions League it would be a disaster, because my life is quite good.”