If this happened, she adds, the songs would be re-recorded to ensure so they’re all on the same page as far as recording value goes.Voting ends of Feb. 29, 2016. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The judges have picked a winner of the Alaska Highway Theme Song contest, but they won’t reveal their pick until a People’s Choice title is given to one of the songs.The Peace Liard Arts Council has released a list of their submissions for the contest, and has them on display for voters to pick their favourite.“We received 23 submissions in all, so they’re all up on the website,” said Donna Kane with the Peace Liard Arts Council. According to her, a lot of submissions came in right before the deadline of Nov. 30, 2015.- Advertisement -Kane says they have received so many stellar submissions that they will also be awarding a big prize to the people’s choice, though that hasn’t been determined. The top pick of the judges, however, will win $1,000 and have their song played at 2017 Alaska Highway celebrations.She also noted that there is a distinct possibility of a CD being released with a select number of songs on it.“I thought it would be great to have a CD that tourists and community members could put in their vehicle, and drive up the highway listening to those songs,” she said.Advertisement
Naomh Ultan Royal Flush Draw – Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of 03/02/2013 were 7, 9, 17 & 24. There was no winner of the jackpot of €660. Consolation prizes went to Micheal Boyle, Curraghfeehan, Teresa Howley & Dermot Alvey. Next week’s jackpot now stands at €700. 25 Card Drive – The 25 card drive continues on Wednesday nights. It commences at it’s usual time of 8:30.pm. Monthly Meeting – The club’s next monthly meeting will take place on Monday February 11th at 8pm upstairs in the clubhouse. Membership – Membership for the oncoming year can be paid as of now and up until the beginning of February. Please note how important membership is, it’s values were shown last year during the scramble for All-Ireland Tickets. €30 – General Membership, €50 – Senior/Reserve, €30 – Student/Unemployed, €20 – Minior, €15 – U16’s to U10’s and €70 – Family Membership.Sponsored Swim – A reminder to any participates of the St. Stephen’s Day Sponsored Swim who have yet to return their sponsorship money to please do so as soon as possible. It can be given to the club treasurer Margaret McNicholas or any other committee member. Again many thanks to all who took part in and supported the event. Senior Presentation Night – The Senior Presentation Night will take place on Saturday February 9th in MacLaughlin’s Point Bar.Senior Management – The club would like to announce Brendan McGready as new senior manager. Brendan is a former player and takes the reigns haven’t managed St Nauls for a couple of years. We wish Brendan and his backroom team the very best for the year aheadRoyal Flush Winner – Vice-Chairperson John Boyle and Club Treasurer Margaret McNicholas presenting Joe Kennedy with his Royal Flush Winnings of €5960 last week. Once again the club are delighted to see the jackpot, which was rolling over for almost two and a half years, go to such a great club man like Joe. The winning ticket was sold on Saturday Dec 29th by Daniel McGlynn and Patrick White. We at the club wish Joe all the best with his winnings.GAA NEWS: NAOMH ULTAN CLUB NOTES was last modified: February 5th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Naomh Ultan Club Notes
The Odisha government on Thursday further extended the deadline for enforcement of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, by another three months in view of the heavy rush at regional transport offices across the State.After the issue was raised in the State Assembly by both Opposition and ruling party members, State Transport Minister Padmanabha Behera informed the House that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has directed for extension of the deadline so that vehicle owners could get their papers ready.Asserting that the extension is being given for the last time, Mr. Behera said there will be strict enforcement against life-threatening actions like drunken driving.
Top government officials might have been party to the awarding of the controversial time scoring and results (TSR) system contract to Swiss Omega for the Commonwealth Games. But the CBI believes the criminal culpability in the case stops at CWG organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi’s door.CBI sources said there was little likelihood of government officials, who were in committees that vetted the deal, being called for questioning. A senior official answered in the negative when asked if the OC’s CEO Jarnail Singh would be summoned.A letter by Singh, in which he pitched aggressively for the Swiss firm and said its bidding and credentials were the best, does not make him a suspect as he was not involved in the process of selecting the firm, sources said.The CBI’s decision is likely to be contested by many who believe Kalmadi was but one among the many top shots who conspired to line their pockets as the government cleared the red tape to ensure CWG projects were completed on time.Urban development secretary M. Ramachandran, sports secretary Sindhushree Khullar and additional secretary (finance) V. Ramachandran attended the third meeting of the finance subcommittee on December 17, 2009, which approved the tender for TSR system. Rahul Bhatnagar, a joint secretary in the sports ministry, was among the special invites.”The selection of Swiss Timing was done by putting every stage through the highest level of scrutiny not only by the OC finance committee … but also the empowered finance sub-committee constituted by the government, which is chaired by the secretary (urban development),” his letter said.advertisementSingh, in a letter on February 10, 2010 to Bhatnagar also vouched for the integrity of the OC and the Swiss firm. “The Swiss firm knew they are the only bidder, they need not have given any discounts from their commercial offer. Yet, the OC was successful in obtaining a discount of Rs 26.35 crore, which reflects on the integrity of both the vendor and the buyer,” he wrote.But a former OC official disagreed with the CBI. “There were many allegations against Kalmadi after preparations for the Games began. The gov-ernment constituted several teams to ensure his decisions were vetted. It would be wrong to put all the blame on him,” he said.”The government officials, including Singh, must be blamed as they failed to prevent the loot of public money,” he added.Singh claimed the decision to give the contract to the Swiss firm was Kalmadi’s and the executive board led by him. “I have not approved the TSR deal. It was decided long back,” he said.
India’s Manavjit Singh Sandhu failed to enter the final of men’s trap event as he finished 16th in the qualification round of the 2012 London Games in London at Royal Artillery Barracks on Monday.The former World Champion got a total score of 119 with an average of 0.952. His best performance came in the fourth round where he had a perfect score of 25. However, it was a little late as he scored a low 22 in the previous round.Going into the second day of qualification, Manavjit had slim chances as he was 25th out of 34 after the first day of qualifying round.Manvjit performance also marks the end of a successful campaign for Indian shooters as they won two medals.Gagan Narang bagged the bronze in men’s 10-metre air rifle event while Vijay Kumar won the silver in the 25-metre rapid fire pistol.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish has called on fans and supporters to fill Hampden Park for their UEFA Nations League decider against Israel on Tuesday.Despite nine players dropping out of Scotland squad, they defeated Albania 4-0 in Shkoder and now need to a win against Israel to head to the playoffs of the UEFA Nations League.Scotland prepare to host Israel on Tuesday night and a win will see them secure a playoff spot for the 2020 European Championship and McLeish wants to count on the home support at Hampden Park to help them finish top spot in Group C1.“We always try to win so we have set ourselves up as have Israel and it should be a good game,” McLeish told Sky Sports.Scotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“We are at home so let’s hope there is a response from the Tartan Army. We’d like the supporters to come to cheer the guys to victory.“If we play to that level again then we have a good chance.”
Kolkata: A number of schools in the city performed well in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII examination, the results of which were announced on Saturday. Devansh Chandak of Birla High School is the probable topper from the state with 99 percent marks. Devansh has scored 99 percent marks in all the subjects and in Chemistry he secured 100 percent. “I had shifted to Birla High School in Class XI as my family members advised me that pursuing CBSE stream will give me an edge in Joint Entrance Examination. I am grateful to my teachers who have always been very kind to me and extended all help even beyond school hours. In my opinion, if somebody has a clear-cut vision in front of him, he can scale any heights,” Devansh said. He also thanked La Martiniere School from where he had studied till Class X and claimed that his foundation in studies have developed due to the teachers of that school. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsDelhi Public School Ruby Park has also performed very well with Tanishka Gupta bagging 98.6 percent marks in Commerce with an aggregate of 493 out of 500. Ashmita Ghosh topped in Science securing 96.8 percent.Soham Sarangi of DAV Public School in Kharagpur secured 97.6 percent marks. He will pursue higher studies at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru where he has already got admission. South Point High School’s Abhishek Pal secured 96.6 percent in Science stream with 483 marks out of 500. A total of 11,86,306 candidates had registered for the Class XII examination that were held at 4,138 centres in India and 71 centres outside the country.