The Championship team will host the English Premier League club Eagles in the Carabao Cup this Wednesday night at Riverside StadiumMiddlesbrough F.C. is currently sitting third in the English Championship.And on Wednesday the North Yorkshire team will host Crystal Palace, who is in the 14th position in the Premier League.But for Middlesbrough coach Tony Pulis, things will be different trying to win in the Carabao Cup match.Daniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.“The Palace game, I’ll make a lot of changes, I’ve got to do that,” he said to The Gazette Live.“The players have had so many games and people forget about the international break, some players have played for their countries in the heart of Europe.”“I’ll be looking at the team carefully although we want to do well and want to win the game,” he added.“I’ve obviously got a lot of affection for Stoke-on-Trent and the football club but we’ll be looking to put a performance in.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Dec 2015 – The Turks and Caicos is now among the six countries in the Greater Caribbean with the ‘Don’t Pack a Pest’ program activated. The Ministry of Health, Agriculture and Human Services joined by partners from the Florida Department of Agriculture, the Turks and Caicos Islands Airports Authority and the TCI Customs Department rolled out, at the Provo International Airport, the initiative which will encourage travelers to be careful of what they are packing so that harmful pests are not moving about and causing damage to the flora or fauna of the various nations. The ‘Don’t Pack a Pest’ initiative is another feather in the cap for the TCI as executives in the Ministry and the TCIAA were commended for swift action on providing the requisite information so that the program could be implemented. Work on the ‘Don’t pack a Pest’ started as a concept in 2011, but more vigorously as a standard of safety in the TCI earlier this year. It is said the outreach initiative was established in record time. Former Premier says PNP left plan for Salt Cay airport, but there is no evidence of the claim Airports Authority commanded to protect South Caicos airport by airline Recommended for you Related Items:agriculture dePARTMENT, customs department, dont pack a pest, Tciaa Airports Authority reveals sabotage at South Caicos Airport Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
“I promise that myself, and a number of people in the lodging industry will support a campaign for a half a percent sales tax increase in lieu of a bed tax.” Cooper has introduced an ordinance that would increase the sales tax rate, from 3 percent to 3.5 percent, in lieu of the bed tax. “I believe that 6 percent bed tax, which would make our tax here in Homer 13.5 percent, would encourage people to stay outside of Homer.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly vetoed the ‘bed tax’ ordinance going to the voters in the upcoming regular election, in a close vote of 5 to 4, at their bi-weekly assembly meeting last night. Assemblywoman Kelly Cooper: “When we talk about the bed tax not affecting us locally, it darn sure does.” Assemblyman Willy Dunne: “We’ve heard a lot of people testify tonight against the bed tax, and I have also heard a lot of people in favor of it. It’s not an easy issue.” During public testimony the assembly heard from residents and accommodation managers throughout the Kenai Peninsula regarding their stance on either a bed tax or a proposed increase in sales tax. The general response was split 50/50 in support and against each of the proposed taxes. Public testimony comments: “We believe that increasing and actually more than doubling our tax structure for the hotel industry will be detrimental to our industry.” Yes votes were cast by; Dunne, Bagley, Hibbert, and Smalley. Assemblyman Dale Bagley introduced the ordinance last year in hopes of offsetting ‘some’ of the boroughs deficit. A public hearing is set for April 3 on the proposed sales tax increase. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennfier-on-bed-tax-not-going-to-the-voters.mp3VmJennfier-on-bed-tax-not-going-to-the-voters.mp300:00RPd
Kolkata: BJP national president Amit Shah, on Wednesday reprimanded leaders in Bengal for not organising the party in 35 percent of the booths.There are 77,304 booths in the upcoming Lok Sabha election. He has asked the leaders to pull up their socks and take necessary measures to organise the party in the booth level.He has also asked them to explain how the party can win 22 of the Lok Sabha seats in Bengal. The state BJP unit had earlier sent a list of 22 seats, where they are expecting party candidates to win in the Lok Sabha election scheduled to be held in 2019. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsShah has come on a two day visit to Bengal. He held a meeting with party leaders and workers at Sarat Sadan in Howrah in the afternoon.The BJP leader has set up a target of winning 50 percent of the Lok Sabha seats in 2019. BJP now has two seats, namely Asansol and Darjeeling. Babul Supriyo and S S Ahluwalia were elected from the seats in 2014.BJP has launched a programme to reach important personalities coming from different walks of life, to make them aware of the steps taken by the Narendra Modi government.The party leaders have already approached film actors, theatre personalities and litterateurs and talked with them in this regard.Shah will visit Tarapith Temple on Thursday and will meet leaders and workers in Birbhum district.
FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) in a recent event in the national Capital on Wednesday felicitated eminent fashion designers Asma Hussain, for reviving traditional hand woven fabrics of Varanasi and Awadh, and Anavila Misra for innovative designs and Choti Tekam for reviving traditional art of Gond paintings. NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant, along with FICCI ladies organisation president ,Vinita Bimbhet and renowned fashion designer Sabayasachi Mukherji presented the ‘National Women Achievers award’ to these fashion designers and artists . From time immemorial, Indian handwoven fabrics have made their mark worldwide. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Gradually with the coming up of factory products, the usage of such fabrics somewhere is fading. However, through the efforts of these designers the usage of these fabrics has been kept alive.Asma Hussain has been awarded for reviving the traditional hand woven fabrics of Varanasi like Jamdani, Kimkhwaab, Mashru and famous traditional Banarasi saree. Apart from this she strengthened the innovative use of Awadhi traditions of Chikan, Zardozi,Muqaish and Tukdi work of Lucknow. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixState award winner from Madhya Pradesh Choti Tekam has been awarded for reviving the traditional tribal art of painting known as Gond art which has its distinct and elaborate illustrations. A distinct feature of Gond paintings is that nature in the form of trees, birds, comes alive on canvases, while tribal life is also a subject that is commonly used in Gond paintings.Anavila Misra has been awarded for innovative linen cloth product development designs and for the introduction of jari, playing with different weaves and techniques. Speaking on the occasion, Amitabh Kant said, “Start-ups and textiles are going to be the next big economic force in the country. “India is the world’s youngest and women driven start-up nation with most of the founders women and young below 35 years of age.” “With Government’s initiative close to 4500 start ups in various fields exist, the government is committed to make start-up India initiative a scalable reality and to provide an environment for our start-ups to thrive in. The new textile policy announced by the government generate employment, especially for women”, he further added. “Indian traditional handicrafts and handmade textiles represent the country’s unique cultural mosaic and identity to the world. Our rich heritage supported by the right policies could provide economic potential for women and fashion designers at all levels and across all sectors. “India has every thing it can give to the world” said renowned designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee was also present at the occasssion.