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20 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

On Tuesday, March 19, the Minister of Culture outlined the main lines of his policy to support francophone live performance. New means will be deployed to promote the circulation of French-language works and artists, particularly through the residency system. One year after the speech of President Emmanuel Macron at the Institut de France on the […]

20 Mar 19
INJI T.

As expected, Vizag, helped me in getting that perfect introspective moment about India’s foreign rulers that made my trip here all the more worthwhile.

20 Jun 17
Lucy Pierce

The Spanish capital is elegant and interesting, with plenty of world-class museums, an eclectic cuisine, wide boulevards lined with grandiose buildings, and enough artistic flair to keep the hipsters talking. When we say that Madrid is buzzing, we are by no means talking about the afternoon slump, known as a siesta, when Spaniards go home […]

20 Mar 19
The Collecting Guru

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20 Mar 19
VideoPhoto.Guru

Promo and Real Estate is a great After Effects template for displaying commercial and residential real estate. It’s so easy to use and it works incredibly well with both images and videos. A neat way to sell houses, villas, apartments, flats, warehouses and office spaces. Creating beautiful looking real-estate videos doesn’t get any easier than […]

20 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
THE clock is ticking down as we approach the climax of another rollercoaster Scottish Premiership campaign. Our league might not be as revered as other European divisions, but by heck do we love it! Where else would you get a rival player dressing up as the captain of the league champions? Step up, Shay Logan. Celtic will be champions again, but at least there was a brief title race to savour, with Rangers improving under Steven Gerrard. Steve Clarke has continued to work miracles in Ayrshire, with Kilmarnock in contention for a European finish. While Livingston have defied the odds by steering clear of relegation, taking points off the Old Firm and thumping Hearts. With just eight games of 2018/19 left to play, SunSport takes a look at the Premiership’s top performers in our team of the year… so far. Allan McGregor Overall appearances: 46 Goal conceded: 35 Clean sheets: 20 It’s like Greegsy has never been away from Ibrox. The keeper has won points on his own for Rangers this season, pulling off a number of outstanding saves – particularly in the early stages. As things stand, Livingston’s Liam Kelly has recorded more clean sheets, but McGregor just edges it into our TOTY due to his overall contribution. James Tavernier Overall appearances: 50 Clean sheets: 22 Assists: 17 Goals: 14 Gers captain Tavernier is often used as a scapegoat by fans whenever things go wrong. Granted, he’s not the best defender, but his attacking threat cannot be underestimated. Tavernier has racked up the most assists in the top-flight this season – James Forrest has the most in all competitions – and has been involved in 31 goals for Gerrard’s side in all competitions. Not bad for a right-back, eh? Dedryck Boyata Overall appearances: 31 Clean sheets: 20 Goals: 1 Boyata threw the toys out the pram when he was denied a summer move to the English Premier League with Fulham, refusing to play in Celtic’s Champions League qualifiers. His antics left him in an awkward situation with the Parkhead faithful. But he’s shut up his critics this term by turning in some rock solid performances at the back. You may argue that the Belgium internationalist is trying to win a deal elsewhere, with his contract up in the summer. Either way though, it’s worked out well for the Hoops. Scott McKenna Overall appearances: 30 Clean sheets: 10 Goals: 1 McKenna has been a standout for Aberdeen this term – and the Dons board deserve huge credit for resisting the chance to cash in. Celtic, Hull City and Aston Villa all tabled big money offers for the stopper in the summer, but Pittodrie chiefs refused to budge. The Scotland star is destined to go on to bigger and better things one day. However, with his contract running until 2023, Derek McInnes will be hoping to hold on to him for a while yet. Greg Taylor Overall appearances: 33 Clean sheets: 12 Assists: 4 Goals: 0 In recent years, Kieran Tierney has made the TOTY left-back position his own, but the Celtic star’s campaign has cruelly been disrupted by injury problems. Therefore, it’s only fair that Taylor gets the nod. The Kilmarnock star has a long way to go before he can be considered in the same bracket as KT. But the 21-year-old has won the trust of Rugby Park boss Clarke by playing the majority of games for Killie this term, making a big impression. James Forrest Overall appearances: 48 Goals: 15 Assists: 19 Forrest has taken his game to another level in recent years. The attacker has emerged as a key player for club and country, helping Scotland win a Euro 2020 play-off place by scoring five goals against Albania and Israel in November. The baby-faced assasin has chipped in with some big goals for Celts too, putting FOUR past St Johnstone, with 19 assists to his name. Callum McGregor Overall appearances: 49 Goals: 6 Assists: 10 Like Forest, McGregor is another player who has worked his way through the Parkhead youth ranks to become a regular starter. The 25-year-old provides the perfect balance for the Hoops in midfield and rarely misplaces a pass. He has a knack of finding the net in big games too, which is always a bonus. In November, McGregor stepped up in the absence of crocked skipper Scott Brown and was unplayable at times. Surely a contender for Player of the Year. Lewis Ferguson Overall appearances: 36 Goals: 7 Assists: 6 Ferguson was always going to have a lot to live up to by following in the footsteps of dad Derek and uncle Barry, but the teenager is making a name for himself in his own right. The ex-Hamilton starlet announced himself to the Red Army with a sensational overhead kick at Burnley and followed that up with a Betfred Cup semi-final winner against Rangers. He was recently rewarded with a bumper new contract at Pittodrie and if he keeps progressing, it won’t be long before he lands a call-up for Scotland. Scott Sinclair Overall appearances: 47 Goals: 17 Assists: 6 He might be Celtic’s Mr Inconsistent, but you can’t ignore the winger’s impressive stats. Sinclair has never hit the heights of his stunning first season at Parkhead, but he’s still been prolific, scoring 60 goals during his time in the hoops. Hoops chiefs hold the option to extend his contract beyond this summer, but it remains to be seen whether the ex-Aston Villa ace has a long-term future at the club. Alfredo Morelos Overall appearances: 44 Goals: 29 Assists: 11 Pedro Caixinha didn’t get much right at Rangers, but the £1million signing of Morelos in 2016 turned out to be a masterstroke. It’s scary to think where the Light Blues would be without the Colombian’s goals this season. Gers have paid the consequences for his indiscipline though, such as the Betfred Cup semi-final where Umar Sadiq started his first and only game. But when the striker keeps himself away from trouble, Morelos is a total menace for every defence in the country. Sam Cosgrove Overall appearances: 35 Goals: 18 Assists: 5 Patience is a virtue – just ask Derek McInnes. The Aberdeen boss stuck by ex-Carlisle ace Cosgrove during his 16-game goal drought. But the powerful frontman hasn’t looked back since breaking his duck with a double against St Mirren at the start of October. Now a fans’ favourite, Cosgrove is the focal point for McInnes’ team and his towering presence will cause problems for most teams. 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20 Mar 19
Orange & Blue Press

Jeff Bull gives you a luxurious and link-laden look at MLS Week 2, and the five games that are most worthy of your undivided attention.

20 Mar 19
Newsdiaryonline

By Ahmed Ubandoma The wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, has advocated for more synergy among stakeholders to end the spread of tuberculosis epidemic in Nigeria. Mrs Buhari made the call at the TB Screening and Awareness Campaign in Abuja on Wednesday. The event was organised by the Future Assured initiative of Aisha Buhari […]

20 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Scotland is without left-back Andrew Robertson and Kieran Tierney for the game in Astana Euro 2020 qualification: Kazakhstan v Scotland venue: Astana Arena Date: Thursday, March 21st Kicking off: 15:00 GMT Cover: Listen to BBC Radio Scotland 810MW / DAB / online; Live text commentary on the BBC Sport website; See highlights on BBC Scotland […]