A Taste of India in Letterkenny is gearing up to feed all hungry Rally fans with exciting offers this weekend.The multi-cuisine takeaway, on Lower Main Street, is a hotspot for hungry customers who want a varied menu to satisfy every craving.From authentic curries to fast food favourites and pizzas – you’ll get a top feed here. Taste of India is located at the heart of Letterkenny’s entertainment scene – just across the road from McCafferty’s Bar – and offers late night opening Taste of India Express A Taste of India has a packed menu of exceptional Indian dishes and delicious vegetarian options. But their fresh kebabs, hoggies and munch boxes really tickle the taste buds late into the night.As a top Tuesday treat, the takeaway offers buy one get one free pizzas. So you pay for one and get two!All special offers and meal deals are just a tap away, as Taste of India have a handy app for all collections and deliveries. Get 15% discount on online orders over €20.Download the app now for all the latest offers: https://tasteofindia-italianpizza.com and discover all the tasty deals for yourself. You can order through the app or call 074 91 25753 Make Taste of India your perfect pit-stop this Rally weekend was last modified: June 19th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegal rallylate-night food letterkennyletterkennyRALLY WEEKENDtakeawaytaste of india
Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. While I’ve designed a few single-family homes, I’m well aware that designing a high-rise office building is a whole ’nother kettle of fish. The challenge is far greater — at least an order-of-magnitude greater — requiring an experienced team that includes architects, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, and energy consultants.I spent some time mulling the complexity of high-rise design during a recent tour of Manitoba Hydro Place, a 21-story office building in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I’m not in Winnipeg very often; I was in town because I’d been invited to give a presentation at a fenestration conference called FenCon 17. At the conference I met Harry Schroeder, a building systems engineer at Manitoba Hydro, and Schroeder offered to show me around his employer’s downtown headquarters. A green showcase What’s so interesting about this particular office building? Since it was completed in 2009 (and certified as LEED Platinum in 2012), Manitoba Hydro Place has received lots of international attention for its unusual green features and energy efficiency.The high-rise office building is the headquarters of Manitoba Hydro, a utility that supplies the province with electricity and natural gas. The first floor of the building is mostly public space, including retail outlets. The lowest three floors, called the “podium,” have a bigger footprint than the tower above; the podium has a vegetated roof.In hopes of encouraging employees to commute by bicycle and public transportation, the basement has only a limited number of parking spaces (see Image #2 at the bottom of the article). Some of the relevant specifications for the building are shown in the sidebar below. ESSENTIAL INFO Building name: Manitoba Hydro PlaceAddress: 360 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg temperature range: -31°F in winter to 95°F in summerCompletion date: October 2008Number… This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in
Real Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez remains on Arsenal radarby Paul Vegas8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez remains on Arsenal’s radar.El Desmarque says Arsenal are looking at is Real Madrid’s Vazquez, who the Gunners were linked with over the summer.Right winger Vazquez has been on the fringes of the Madrid team so far this season, the 28-year-old already has offers on the table from Arsenal, Roma and Bayer Leverkusen ahead of a possible January move.He has found himself behind Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo in the thoughts of Real manager Zinedine Zidane – although he has managed one goal in six La Liga appearances so far this season.He could be open to a move when the transfer window opens in the new year, although Arsenal would have to cough up around £13m. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Twitter/@TeamSpeedKillsMissouri and South Carolina are both looking for a big SEC East win today, and each has a new quarterback at the helm for today’s game. Mizzou jumped out to an early lead, but the Gamecocks tied things up in a pretty unconventional way. In an attempt to avoid a sack, freshman quarterback Lorenzo Nunez heaved one up to star receiver Phraoh Cooper. A Tiger defensive back nearly makes a big pick, but instead bats the ball directly to Shon Carson, who takes it in for a game-tying touchdown.pic.twitter.com/PlLxtfnh6b— Brandon Larrabee (@TeamSpeedKills) October 3, 2015That’s pretty unlucky for Mizzou. The Tigers answered quickly, however, and took a 17-10 lead just moments later on a Drew Lock touchdown pass to Nate Brown.
Los Angeles: Actor Theo Campbell, who became blind in one eye after a popped champagne cork split the eye in half, says he can still see the light.On “This Morning”, the “Love Island” star opened up about on the eye’s damage and how is dealing with it, reports metro.co.uk.He said: “The split didn’t go through the pupil, it went from the white part to the iris and through again,” he said, revealing he had seven stitches but that he was lucky the surgeon could save the eyeball at all. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka”It’s like looking through a stain-glassed window, it’s a blur. You need two eyes to know where things are, distance is hard.”The incident occurred when Theo took off his sunglasses at the champagne party.He took the glasses off to wipe his eyes, and at that moment someone else popped a bottle and it hit him directly in the eye.”It was a bad pain, it was eerie and you just know, it’s common sense, that it wasn’t a good thing. At first, I thought ‘no no this can’t have happened’, and I hoped it hadn’t happened, but there was blood on my hand and security took me to medical tent… she didn’t speak much English and she was like ‘oh my god get him to the hospital’.”It was very painful, you get hit by anything and the pain eases up but it was constant for two days,” Theo added.
Six stories in the news for Friday, Nov. 2———GREYHOUND EXIT LEAVES SHELTERS IN THE LURCHGroups that help the homeless and people fleeing domestic violence say they’ve lost a vital resource with Greyhound’s exit from the West this week. They say they’re not sure how well the patchwork of alternatives will be able to fill the gap. Josie Nepinak of Awo Taan Healing Lodge says many clients come from rural areas and public transport is often the only safe option. The Calgary emergency shelter has 32 beds for women and children. She is worried about more women hitchhiking, putting them at greater risk of violence or even homicide.———TRUDEAU TO VISIT TSILHQOT’IN IN B.C. FOR APOLOGYThe Prime Minister’s Office says Justin Trudeau will apologize directly to members of the Tsilhqot’in community today for the hangings of six chiefs during the so-called Chilcotin War more than 150 years ago. Trudeau is also scheduled to meet with leaders of the tribal council and community members at Chilko Lake in British Columbia’s central Interior for a smudging and brushing off ceremony, gifts, traditional feast and bear dance.———TOP COURT TO RULE ON QUEBEC-N.L. HYDRO FEUDThe Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a decision today in one of Canada’s bitterest interprovincial feuds — the notorious 1969 Churchill Falls hydro deal between Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador. Profits from the hydroelectric dam and power station in Labrador have been in dispute for decades, and a ruling in Newfoundland and Labrador’s favour could mean billions of dollars to ease the cash-strapped province’s considerable financial burdens. The decision will determine whether Hydro-Quebec has a “good faith” obligation to re-negotiate the deal, based on unforeseeable changes in electricity markets over time.———VOTE COULD TOPPLE N.B. LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TODAYIt would appear New Brunswick’s Liberal minority government is on the verge of defeat today after both the Tory and Peoples’s Alliance parties said they’ll vote against the government’s throne speech. That would leave Premier Brian Gallant’s Liberals without enough support to survive the confidence vote. The Liberals won just 21 seats in the September election — one fewer than the Tories — while the Greens and People’s Alliance each won three seats.———TRIAL STARTS IN FATAL UNDERGROUND STABBINGThe trial of a woman accused of killing another woman in Toronto’s underground shopping concourse is set to get underway today. Rohinie Bisesar is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Rosemarie Junor, who was stabbed to death in a Shoppers Drug Mart in 2015. Earlier this week, a jury declared Bisesar fit to stand trial after officials who oversaw her treatment also declared her fit this past summer.———BANNON TO DEFEND POPULISM AT TORONTO DEBATEAmerican political strategist Steve Bannon is set to defend populism at a debate in Toronto tonight. Critics have already called for a halt to the debate involving the former key aide to U.S. President Donald Trump. They say Bannon’s views fuel hatred of marginalized groups. Bannon will go up against conservative commentator, David Frum, who will defend liberal democracy. The event in front of a live audience is part of the Munk Debates series.———ALSO IN THE NEWS:— Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will make an announcement in Halifax regarding the future Royal Canadian Navy fleet.— NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will make an announcement in Toronto on his party’s plan for tax fairness.— Catherine Adams of Hanna, Alta., is expected to be sentenced on two counts of animal cruelty.
The road hasn’t been too kind to the Ohio State men’s basketball team this season. Of the Buckeyes’ four losses on the year, three (Duke, Illinois, Michigan State) have come outside of the friendly confines of the Schottenstein Center. OSU (14-4, 4-2 Big Ten) is set to play an away game Saturday, but they shouldn’t have too much trouble notching a win. The team the Buckeyes are traveling roughly five hours to play is the conference’s worst club: Penn State. The Nittany Lions (8-11, 0-7) are the Big Ten’s only winless team in conference play. Their leading scorer, senior point guard Tim Fraizer, is out for the year with an injury after playing in just four games. PSU has struggled heavily to score the ball, as the Nittany Lions rank near the bottom of the country in nearly all offensive team statistics. Still searching for a team identity, as senior forward Evan Ravenel said, the Buckeyes are looking to start a win streak after defeating Iowa Tuesday night in Columbus, 72-63. If history is any proof, OSU shouldn’t have too much trouble doing that Saturday. The Buckeyes have won 17 straight games against PSU and have been victorious in the last six meetings that took place in State College, Pa. “I don’t know what it is. I do like the way we’ve come out of there in the times we’ve gone, though,” OSU coach Thad Matta said, speaking about his team’s previous treks to play the Nittany Lions on the road. Matta said has been sure to point out to his team that PSU has shown the capability in the past to knock off a ranked opponent, though. “He doesn’t want it to be us,” Ravenel said. The Buckeyes played like they were ready to go in practice this week, according to Matta. “If you don’t come to practice ready to play, you’re going to look really bad. I think guys have caught on to that,” Matta said. OSU’s leading scorer, Deshaun Thomas, will be coming off an injury Saturday. The junior forward gashed the area above his right eye in the contest against the Hawkeyes Tuesday and received six stitches. Thomas has been playing in the Big Ten for two-plus years, but the battle scar was the first he’s gotten. “In high school people barely touched me. Now, the Big Ten is physical,” Thomas said. OSU and PSU are set to tip-off at noon Saturday.
Real Madrid will face Liverpool in the upcoming Champions League final game but Zinedine Zidane insisted that he won’t rest his players in the league games that are about to be played before this crucial match.The French coach claimed that of course, if the player won’t be 100% ready, he won’t play – but besides that, everyone who is fit is going to be included in the match squads as usual.The Real Madrid head coach spoke about his side’s upcoming weeks as he said, according to Liverpool Echo:“No, not at all. I’m not going to think about that.”“If that were the case, there’d be no point playing tomorrow or in our four or five remaining games.”Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“If a player isn’t at 100%, though, he won’t play. But as for the rest, they’ll play as always.”“We can’t think about that. We have to focus on the game and on playing with intensity.”“It’s true that this year because the title is already decided, there is less expectation, but that’s normal.”“Before the match, it’s like that, but when the game starts I don’t think that’ll be the case.”