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How many more “bedroom radicals” like Aqsa may be dreaming of such exploits is, at this point, impossible to say. Salaries in the league can be wildly lopsided, with many players earning the minimum of $62,500. American national team captain Michael Bradley is the highest paid local player at third on the list with a $6.5 million salary from Toronto, followed by former England midfielders Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
Former Chelsea player Lampard is paid $6.0 million by New York City FC though he has not played this season due to a calf injury. Also in the top 10 is Toronto's American striker Jozy Altidore, the former Sunderland player who has not scored a goal this season. Former champion Roger Federer withdrew from the French Open on Thursday, citing fitness issues, as his record run of appearing at 65 consecutive grand slam tournaments came to an end.
The 34-year-old world number three's appearance at Roland Garros had been in doubt after he missed the Madrid Open with back problems and suffered an early defeat at the Italian Open in the build-up to the claycourt major he won in 2009.
Federer's withdrawal will have a significant impact on the draw as nine-times champion Rafael Nadal, ranked five in the world, will now move to fourth seed while defending champion Stan Wawrinka is bumped up to three. Spaniard Nadal could have faced world number one Novak Djokovic or second seed Andy Murray, as early as the quarter-finals. Federer, who for much of his career has been injury-free, needed a left knee operation after the Australian Open this year, saying afterwards he had torn his meniscus while running a bath for his twin daughters. Federer, who has been troubled by back problems over the past few years, said he was determined to recover full fitness and prepare for Wimbledon. Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow led England's recovery from a poor start as the hosts reached 171 for five before rain ended the opening day of the first test against Sri Lanka in Leeds on Thursday. Hales and Bairstow shared an unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of 88 to revive the hosts, who collapsed to 83 for five after Sri Lanka seam bowler Dasun Shanaka picked up three quick wickets on his debut. Hales moved on to 71 not out, his highest test score, with Bairstow unbeaten on 54 at tea and persistent rain prevented any play in the final session to leave the match finely poised. Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews won the toss in overcast conditions at Headingley and England openers Alastair Cook and Hales negotiated the first hour with few alarms in a partnership of 49.
Bowling a full length, the 24-year-old dismissed captain Cook for 16 with his seventh delivery before removing Nick Compton and Joe Root for ducks in an inspired spell.
Cook, needing 36 runs to become the first Englishman to reach 10,000 in tests, looked in good form until he drove rashly at a wide ball from Shanaka and was caught by wicketkeeper Dinesh Chandimal. Compton, under pressure for his place at number three, was undone by a full delivery just outside off stump which he edged low to Lahiru Thirimanne at first slip. Root was caught at gully following another loose drive and James Vince arrived at the crease on his test debut with England reeling at 51 for three.
Vince survived to lunch and hit two fluent fours after the interval on his way to nine, but he perished when another drive off Shaminda Eranga flew straight to Kusal Mendis at gully. Ben Stokes played in typically aggressive fashion, striking three fours in his 12, but he carelessly chipped Nuwan Pradeep to Mathews at mid-on to leave England tottering on 83 for five.
The former, trying to cement his place at the top of the order, reached his second test fifty and struck 12 fours while Bairstow was his usual busy self at the crease. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said Thursday he hopes to force his way back into national contention and put the disastrous World Twenty20 behind him with a strong return to English club Hampshire this season. The 36-year-old was not included in an ongoing boot camp ahead of Pakistan's tour of England that begins in July, with many pundits suggesting it was time for the flamboyant all-rounder to call time on his two-decade long career. Afridi issued a video apology to the cricket-mad nation after Pakistan's exit at the group stages of the WorldT20, and his leadership style was slammed in separate leaked reports by then coach Waqar Younis and team manager Intikhab Alam - both since sacked. Afridi, who retired from one-day internationals last year and from Tests six years ago, said he was looking forward to returning to Hampshire for the first time since 2011.
He managed only 107 runs across his last 10 matches at an average of 13.4 - almost half of them coming from a 49 against Bangladesh.
Pakistan are set to play four Tests, five one-day internationals and a Twenty20 on the tour of England. Gujarat Lions are back in the top four of the IPL9 table after thumping Kolkata Knight Riders by six wickets on Thursday. His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has congratulated the mountaineering team of the UAE Armed Forces for scaling Mount Everest, the world's highest peak at 8,848 metres (29,029 feet) above sea level. In a text message to the team on achieving the feat, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed said he was delighted at this signature milestone, praising the team's resilience and persistence to defy geographical and environmental challenges and hardships. He lauded the team's co-operation and solidarity for pursuing the adventure with the spirit of one team and for preparing and acclimatising themselves physically and psychologically.
The UAE climbers expressed their gratitude to His Highness for closely following their trek up to the peak and for encouraging and supporting them in achieving this landmark. The mountaineers reached the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu, several weeks ago and walked nine days to reach the Base Camp on the south side and then started out on the trek through four camps to reach the peak. The Armed Forces' team were among the first mountaineers to reach Nepal after a moratorium on adventures following the powerful earthquakes that struck the country and glacier landslides that destroyed the Base Camp.
President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a cable of condolences to French President Francois Hollande on the victims of the EgyptAir disaster who were travelling from Paris to Cairo. He expressed his condolences and solace to President Hollande and to the families of the victims. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, also dispatched similar condolences to the French President.
President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a cable of condolences to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on the victims of the EgyptAir disaster, expressing his condolences and solace to him and to the families of the victims.
Colonel Ahmed Abdullah Bin Darwish, Director of the Police Department for Central Region, said Operations Room received a call at 4.45am about the accident involving a number of trucks on Dhaid-Masafi Road, resulting in the death of the driver after one of the trucks caught fire. Police Patrols, the National Ambulance, Civil Defence, and the Municipality of Al Dhaid teams rushed to the scene to put fire and rescue the injured. Dubai-based real estate developer Limitless announced today that it will make an early payment of Dh2.07 billion to banks and trade creditors this month, following the successful conclusion of its restructuring agreement with lenders. Under the agreement, Limitless is required to pay its outstanding Dh4.45 billion in bank debt in three instalments in December 2016, 2017 and 2018. A payment of Dh1.9 billion will be made to banks, covering 43 per cent of the outstanding loan amount, and a payment of Dh163 million to trade creditors, representing around 28 per cent of the amount owed to them.
While director Omung Kumar rallies to amend that history lapse and make a hero out of an unsuspecting criminal, his narrative fumbles and falters, reducing Sarbjit's story into mere Bollywood fluff. It's his casting gaffe that stops this movie from turning into something genuinely spectacular. He'd rather give full power to a green-eyed (former) beauty queen, only because she promises more visibility, box-office presence and Cannes red-carpet glory, and very little acting talent. It would've worked, and possibly gone on to win her applause, had he not pitched her alongside two incredibly talented actors - Randeep Hooda and Richa Chadha. Minutes after the curtains roll up, we witness Aishwarya's strangely choreographed moves, amplified by a background score, to depict loss and pain. In fact, Kumar weaves in many tear-jerker moments, but it's when Sarbjit and Sukh are in the forefront that we are crushed. Aishwarya  shrieks, abundantly, and even hisses her dislike for the men across the border, but she never really surrenders to Dalbir or her loss. Fathi was responding to a reporter's question during a press conference on Thursday in Cairo. He said that he doesn't want draw conclusions but that analysis points to terrorism as a cause with a higher probability. Last October, a Russian plane flying from Egypt crashed into the Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people on board.
Expo 2020 Dubai joined forces with Wamda to host a summit bringing together businesses of all sizes to identify opportunities for collaboration and growth. The Collaborative Entrepreneurship Summit saw presence of more than 400 representatives from multinationals, corporations and startups. Research lead by Expo 2020 Dubai and Wamda illustrates how Collaborative Entrepreneurship can play a critical role in addressing Mena’s economic and employment needs.
The report, based on interviews with over 120 executives and experts, and a survey of over 700 entrepreneurs in the region, found that collaboration between corporations and startups provides mutual benefits including innovation capability and cultural change for corporations, and scaling potential and market credibility for startups. Attendees at the Summit heard from international and regional business leaders about successful collaborations between startups and large corporates. Whilst corporations can help startups to scale and spread their services and technologies, startups can, in return, help their corporate partners adapt to new business models and opportunities.
The Summit complements Expo 2020 Dubai’s ongoing BusinessConnect programme, a platform to engage the business community in dialogue, and the sharing of expertise as Dubai prepares to host the landmark mega-event.


Low-cost Saudi airline Flynas flight from Khartoum on its way to Syria today had to make an emergency landing at Cairo Airport due to a technical malfunction. The Middle East News Agency, Mena, quoted an airline source at Cairo Airport as saying that while the Flynas flight was passing over Egyptian airspace, the pilot asked the Airport Traffic Control tower for emergency landing permission at Cairo Airport due to a technical malfunction in one of its engines, preventing the flight from completing its trip.
A burst pipe on Al Khail Road caused waterlogging, affecting south-bound traffic on the busy highway from the early hours on Thursday. By afternoon, the gridlock had yet to disperse, even as emergency crew had been dispatched to drain the accumulated water, which saw motorists complain of being stuck in hour-long traffic jams.
The burst water pipe saw traffic snarls commence from the morning rush hour, with signs of it finally lessening by late afternoon. Dubai Police officials were also on the scene to control the traffic, but frustrated motorists were still complaining of jams.
A new version of the UK’s electronic visa waiver scheme, EVW II, will go live on Monday, May 23, 2016, making travel to the UK for business and tourism even easier for Emirati passport holders. In early 2014, the UK introduced the EVW scheme, allowing passport holders from the UAE to travel to the UK for a visit of up to six months without having first to obtain a visa. Tens of thousands of travellers have since benefitted from the scheme, which removed the need to give biometrics, attend a visa application centre or hand in passports in advance of travel.
Unlike the first version of EVW, which relied on passengers entering their personal information exactly as it appears on their passport, the new EVW form asks passengers to upload a copy of their passport biographic data page so that details can be checked for accuracy prior to travel. EVW II also features a simpler set of questions in both English and Arabic, making it easier for users in the UAE.
To cover the costs of developing and running the new system, an administrative fee of £15 per EVW is being introduced, which is significantly lower than the cost of a UK visit visa.
Immigration Minister James Brokenshire said, "Since the introduction of the scheme in 2014, tens of thousands of travellers from the United Arab Emirates have benefited from using an electronic visa waiver to come to the UK, which reflects the growing importance of our relationship with the region. Travellers who visit the UK regularly, or whose plans are likely to change at the last minute, may wish to apply for visit visas. An EgyptAir flight lost early Thursday over the eastern Mediterranean with 66 people on board fell 22,000 feet and swerved sharply in Egyptian airspace before it disappeared from radar screens, Greece's defence minister said. Greek authorities had mounted a search in the area south of the island of Karpathos without result so far, he said. 02:24 - EgyptAir flight 804 from Paris to Cairo enters Greek airspace, air traffic controller permissions it for the remainder of its course.
02:48 - The flight is transferred to the next air traffic control sector and is cleared for exit from Greek airspace.
03:27 - Athens air traffic control tries to contact the aircraft to convey information on the switch of communications and control from Athens to Cairo air traffic. In spite of repeated calls, the aircraft does not respond, whereupon the air traffic controller calls the distress frequency, without a response from the aircraft. Immediately the assistance of radars of the Hellenic Air Force is requested to detect the target, without result.
All seven crew members made it out safely when their B-52 crashed on Guam shortly after takeoff, the US Air Force said. The bomber was deployed to Guam from Minot, North Dakota, as part of the military's continuous bomber presence in the Pacific, The Air Force said. A message left with the Minot base public affairs office seeking further comment was not immediately returned. In addition, Air Force environmental specialists were assessing any potential impacts to the environment from burning aircraft materials. The Air Force said later Thursday that emergency responders and law enforcement officials had completed their initial checks.
The Air Force has been rotating B-1, B-2 and B-52 bombers through Guam since 2004 to boost the US security presence in the Asia-Pacific region.
As the search for the missing EgyptAir flight MS804 intensifies over the Mediterranean Sea, merchant ships have also joined the unified effort to locate aircraft that disappeared off the radar in the morning hours of Thursday. Marine Traffic, which provides real-time information to the public about ship movements and ports mainly across the coastlines of many countries around the world, has confirmed a number of merchant ships have also joined in the search. The Egyptian military has already deployed search aircraft and naval vessels to locate an EgyptAir flight with 66 people on board that vanished over the Mediterranean Sea.
Hopes faded on Thursday for the survival of about 150 people trapped under the mud and rubble of two landslides in Sri Lanka, as heavy rain hampered rescue operations and the death toll from the disaster rose to 41. Days of torrential rains have forced more than 300,000 people from their homes across the South Asian island nation, official data showed. That figure is likely to rise sharply, as authorities battling muddy conditions began to give up hope of reaching 134 people believed to be trapped under rubble at one site, and 16 at another, before time ran out. Rescue efforts have focused on the town of Aranayaka, 100 km (60 miles) northeast of the capital, Colombo, where three villages were buried late on Tuesday in the central district of Kegalle. Military officials used hoes and shovels to shift mud as they scrambled in the hilly terrain to find survivors amid heavy rain that made walking difficult.
Material from destroyed homes littered the area, where dog cages, water tanks, and a three-wheeler were swathed in mud. The military pulled three bodies from rubble at the site of the second landslide that buried 16 people, Ranasinghe said. Aid agencies in Colombo canvassed for boats to rescue hundreds of people trapped by rising waters near the banks of rivers.
Disaster management authorities said the 300,000 people displaced across the country by the disaster had been sent to 610 safe locations. Troops used boats and helicopters in rescue operations elsewhere, as the torrential rains since Sunday have caused floods and landslides in nineteen of the country's 25 districts. The Ministry of Interior (MoI), represented by the Naturalization, Residency and Ports Affairs, awarded UAE citizenship to 152 eligible candidates born to Emirati mothers. Major General Khalifa Hareb Al Khaiaili, Acting Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Naturalization, Residency and Ports Affairs, stressed that the generosity of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, was embodied by the award of UAE citizenship to 152 eligible candidates born to Emirati mothers.
The awarding of UAE citizenship highlights the deep vision of the country’s leadership and its keenness to provide familial stability and accentuate social union, in order to make a significant impact on the development of Emirati society, and provide these families with psychological and social security and stability. Brigadier Saeed Rakan Al Rashedi, Head of Naturalization Department at Ministry of Interior, said that the initiative is not new to His Highness the President of the UAE. He congratulated the beneficiaries of the citizenship, children of Emirati mothers, calling on them to preserve it, and devote love, duty, belonging, loyalty and ethical national practices to it. He pointed out that the UAE leadership views it as important that the children of Emirati mothers integrate into society, engage in constructive and developmental efforts, as real partners in this country, and be concerned with promoting and upgrading the nation.
During the ceremony, Major General Al Khaiaili, accompanied by Brigadier Al Rashedi, handed over the family books and the UAE citizenship to 152 male and female citizens. He indicated that, for their holders, the books and citizenship are symbols of allegiance and belonging to the nation and the leadership.
The recipients of the UAE citizenship expressed their heartfelt thanks and gratitude to his Highness President of the UAE. Hilal Sultan Al Shehhi, a Customs Department staff member in Ras Al Khaimah, expressed his thanks to His Highness the President of the UAE, for this initiative, which will greatly enhance their lives. He stressed that he has been serving the nation robustly, even before acquiring UAE citizenship, because he is a citizen of this country, and given his limitless joy, acquiring UAE citizenship gives him even more impetus to serve the nation to his fullest ability. Mishaal Mohammed Ahmed Al Madhani, a government official, and his brother Ali Al Madhani praised this magnificent decision. For his part, Salem Saleh Salem Al Khuzaimi, a government official, confirmed that this day will remain etched in his memory forever. Khalid Rashid Al Khanbashi, an employee at the Institute of Applied Technology in Abu Dhabi, expressed his thanks and appreciation to His Highness President of the UAE, for granting Emirati citizenship to the children of Emirati mothers, as it is an honor for everyone. According to Balkis Saeed Mohammed Al Saadi, a student at the University of Sharjah, this extraordinary happy event will totally change the course of her life.
The unremarkable sound of one toe, tipped with vibrant pink polish, testing the waters of this cyber-ponda€¦ Not a big deal to jump in, right?
The world is split amongst those who read novels on a pool chaise, some who slide torturously down the poolside ladder, those who bravely dive right in, and a few of us who first toe-check the temperature, knowing full well that, eventually, wea€™re going to get ourselves all wet. Maybe ita€™s the vestiges of eldest child hyper-responsibility or a sideways glance into the dressing room mirror to view my full amount of exposure. One of the a€?givensa€™a€¦ The attitudes and perspectives we surreptitiously tuck away inside of us ultimately reappear in one form or another along the way.
My kids made that not-so-subtle shift from "No more school!!" to "What is there to do?" this past week. Well; they'll have a couple of weeks of local vacation time with their dad next month, time that I've marked off for my own yet-to-be-planned venture.


Knowing that I will likely succumb to a last fling of adventure with the kids over some long weekend in August, I find I can really look forward to a trip with just "me" in the meantime.
Because I've since found alternate, equally valid renewal in the perfect moments that live on in my mind alone.
Whether traveling alone or with your favorite people, it's always about who you're with, and I've found my unadulterated self to be good company. Enjoy your summer travel, check out my blog for some fun kiddo adventures that stimulate the mind as well. My point is that, when in exploration mode, it's preferable to search for the more compelling camera perspective, rather than the closest ATM machine. When the kids and I traveled to Akumal, Mexico last April, I had a single mom's typical questions.
On the Virtual Tourist website, I was able to post practical, detailed questions and get quick responses from recent travelers to the area. Last August, when my daughter and I brain-stormed destinations for a quick week-end get-away, Niagara landed solidly atop her list. A week later, with reservations secured at the Embassy Suites in Ontario, we were on our way. The kids have learned to call such setbacks "adventures"; an early part of their training meant to minimize (my) whining and encourage problem solving, and it works! Air travel can have the feel of an odd sort of zoo outing in which you are actually confined with the fascinating creatures. She smelled of something alcoholic at ten in the morning and hated flying, not out of fear but more for the tie-down it represented.
Macy and Robert were traveling with another couple to a friend's time-share while this same friend was in the hospital awaiting surgery for a heart ailment. Turning out for Hampshire in 2011, he took 17 wickets in 10 matches and thumped 80 off 42 balls in the T20 semi-final defeat to Somerset, cementing his place as a fan favourite. His Highness also appreciated the efforts made by the women's team to reach the Everest summit. The team was also the largest of military groups in terms of the number of climbers in the Arab world. What the casting does, unfortunately, is expose Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's inability to bring to life a character that demands much more than a horrible wig and a fake accent. It's when we meet Randeep, boxed and tortured gruesomely, that we sense we are onto something non-filmi. Like most of his Bollywood peers, even he plays up the Pakistan stereotype, even when he lets his leading lady scream otherwise. Business leaders were equipped with practical tools to adapt Collaborative Entrepreneurship into their business strategies through workshops, hands-on training sessions and presentations. Collaborative Entrepreneurship seeks to provide an opportunity for these organisations to work together and understand how they can benefit from each other’s expertise. Many large corporations are only beginning to grapple with the rising influence of these agile businesses. This means that input errors can be picked up, significantly reducing the risk of issues when boarding or entering the UK. The UK offers a range of multi-entry visas, valid for six months, two years, five years or ten years.
The Air Force website says the aircraft is capable of carrying nuclear or precision guided conventional ordnance.
The crew members are with the 69th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron and were performing a routine training mission, it said. The Air Force is taking steps to mitigate any possible hydraulic oil and fuel contamination, said Capt.
That plane had been flying around the island as part of Guam Liberation Day celebrations, marking the day when the US military arrived to retake control of the island from Japan during World War II. They emphasized that words are not enough to express their thanks to the UAE’s Leader and the overwhelming joy of the occasion, which marks an important turning point in both their professional and social lives.
They pledged to safeguard and maintain their UAE citizenship, which they regard as a medal on their chests. She noted that belonging to the UAE is an unparalleled honor and that no words can express the happiness she and her brothers feel. A The fluid tones are familiar, heard before in movie soundtracks and traditional Chinese music, but the instrument is not. Maybe ita€™s blessed anticipationa€¦ Kind of silly; I write with the same regularity that I floss my teeth, and Ia€™m a hygienista€™s dream. I travel to discover and am often delighted to discover adventures within the confines of an ordinary day. With on-line travel guides, recent photos, and useful tips compiled by like-minded individuals (meaning those that deem travel to be a necessity, just slightly below food, water and shelter), the website has the up-to-the-minute details that you aren't likely to carry out of your local bookstore. As he transforms from a chirpy, young lad into a skinny prisoner over 140-minutes of screen time, you marvel at Randeep's ability to take on a character, mostly hidden in the letters his sister holds close to her heart.
While she owes much of it to the real Sukh, Richa's deserves equal credit, if not more, for handling every moment of unsettling pain with maturity and subtlety. There was too much emphasis on her going deglam, and ageing, that every other hurdle is conveniently brushed aside as probably inconsequential. There's even a note is written to him in English, a language many newspapers suggest was alien to Sarbjit. Anyone wishing to travel to the UK for more than six months, for example to study, settle or work, must still apply for a visa. Al Khaiaili congratulated the 152 candidates, calling on them to become examples of good citizenship. This initiative will have a positive impact on the work and productivity ecosystem in the country,” he added, praising the approach of His Highness the President of the UAE, which enhances community unity and cohesion, due to the enhanced stability that the UAE families will receive as a result of this generosity. Ahmed Al Khuzaimi, Director of the Police Officers Training Institute; along with a number of family members of the citizenship recipients, as well as officers from the Naturalization, Residency and Ports Affairs Department. They also pledged allegiance to the country’s leadership, which endeavors to provide a well-rounded lifestyle to both citizens and residents. I guess ita€™s a matter of choosing to sing original lyrics in the park rather than only within the relative acoustic safety of my tiled shower. And writing is also a decent way to move from one loop to the next before I get sick on the ride. By the time we arrive in our eighties, our attitudes are etched with particular emphasis onto our faces.
With kids, you don't even leave the dock without first checking for life jackets, extra towels and t-shirts, and enough emergency food to sustain your teen-ager. I guess that realization was what opened my mind and heart to "just go", with or without a travel companion.
Those rare moments of madness, as his solitude begins to wear him down, is when you sense what a great performer Randeep truly is. It's when she confronts Dalbir over being the face of the fight for justice, even though she suffers just as much or more, you sense her real worth. He encouraged them to be passionate about the country’s reputation and maintain its honor. I loathed geometric theorems and proofs, but from this safe distance, can vaguely recognize the value of establishing some a€?givensa€? from which to build onward and upward. Maybe if you can map your last steps, however, you can gain sensitivity to the tremors of today and tomorrow. His staggering weight-loss accentuates his act, but Randeep doesn't let Sarbjit remain a mere skeleton, despite life locking him down in a cell for many years. If I dona€™t write a€?eggsa€? on my shopping list, I will buy them in excess and still wonder if Ia€™m forgetting them when I drive by the grocery. Permanent gratitude or engraved displeasure for all to see and see througha€¦ There is no hiding of the heart.
While his rundown make-up is an acting crutch he uses well, it sometimes begins to distract and, even appears fake. A totally different travel experience, in that actually leaving is often a greater surprise than the eventual destination itself!



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