Kolkata: Kolkata Police has seized drug and narcotics worth Rs 12 crore in past five days, which made the police lose sleep over the newly emerged market for narcotics racketeers where students are the targeted customers.During the past few months Special Task Force (STF) of Kolkata Police arrested several drug and narcotics racketeers and came to know that maximum number of their customers are students from various educational institutions across the city. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaDuring the probe, investigators came to know that drug and narcotics elements are entering India through Myanmar border. It has been the corridor for such illegal trade since a long time to deliver the drugs and other narcotics elements to Bangladesh. Even after trouble cropped up in North East, narcotics racketeers are still using the same area to smuggle in the drugs but changed the corridor to deliver those to Bangladesh using Kolkata and a few other Bangladesh adjacent districts of Bengal. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayAs a result a market for such illegal trade has emerged in Kolkata during last few years. According to police sources, earlier only rave parties and night clubs were the place where usually drugs and narcotics were used to be sold. After police came to know about such activities, several raids were conducted in late night parties and several persons were apprehended with drugs and narcotics elements. Since then such activities were controlled and supply of drugs and narcotics elements gone down a lot. According to police sources, during the past few months, STF personnel have arrested several narcotics racketeers with huge quantity of such elements and came to know that they are targeting students of educational institutions in the city. During a detailed probe police found that Amphetamines commonly known as ‘Yaba’ in tablet form is the most popular narcotic element among the youths as it is quite cheaper than the other narcotic elements. However, police are trying to create awareness and suggesting authorities of educational institutions across the city to arrange councelling sessions for their students in order to save the students from the clutches of drugs and narcotics elements. “We are concern about the illegal trade. Vigilance has been stepped up to prevent such trade,” said a senior Kolkata Police official.
Five stories in the news for Tuesday, Nov. 6———DENNIS OLAND’S MURDER RETRIAL BEGINS TODAYThe family of both murder victim Richard Oland and his accused killer, Dennis Oland, say they are steadfast in their support for Dennis as he faces retrial in his father’s murder. Evidence will begin to be presented today now that a jury is in place for Dennis Oland’s trial, which is estimated to take at least four months. Oland, 50, has pleaded not guilty in the bludgeoning death of his dad, Richard Oland, 69, on July 6, 2011. Oland has been free on bail while awaiting the retrial.———MPs TO VOTE ON $372M EARMARKED FOR VETERANS’ BENEFITSMPs in the Commons are expected to vote today on a motion brought by NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh aimed at getting promised veterans benefits paid out. The New Democrats used an opposition-day motion to pressure the governing Liberals to spend $372 million that’s been earmarked for veterans’ benefits in recent years but wasn’t spent. On Monday, the federal government revealed it shortchanged hundreds of thousands of veterans and their survivors in a multi-million-dollar pension error. Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan said repaying them will cost $165 million.———DECISION DAY: U.S. VOTERS HEAD TO THE POLLSNo one knows yet if it will be red, blue or purple, but a tidal wave of energized voters is expected to flood polling stations across the United States today as Americans deliver their early verdict on President Donald Trump. And while his name is not on the ballot, it seems to be on everyone’s mind — including his own. In a conference call organized by his campaign, he told supporters Monday to vote as if he was on the ticket, calling the election a referendum on his presidency and his movement.———SEVERAL CITIES TO HAVE U.S. MIDTERM VIEWING PARTIESPeople are expected to gather at viewing parties across Canada tonight to watch the American midterm elections unfold. The U.S. Consulate General in Toronto is hosting one event, which will be attended by representatives of both Democrats Abroad and Republicans Overseas. In the nation’s capital, the Harvard Club of Ottawa and Democrats Abroad are both set to throw viewing parties. Democrats Abroad will also host events in eight other cities, including Vancouver, Edmonton and Montreal.———FEDERAL PIPELINE BUY SEEN AS BETRAYAL: CSISCanada’s spy agency says many members of the environmental and Indigenous communities see the federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline as a betrayal, and suggests that could intensify opposition to expanding the project. A Canadian Security Intelligence Service assessment highlights a renewed sense of indignation among protesters and clearly indicates the spy service’s ongoing interest in anti-petroleum activism. Civil liberties and environmental activists questioned the rationale for CSIS’s interest, given that opposition to the pipeline project has been peaceful.———ALSO IN THE NEWS:— Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. will release its fall 2018 housing market outlook.— Statistics Canada is expected to release its building permits data for September.— Football player Jerome Messam, who is charged with voyeurism, is expected to appear in court. It’s alleged he videotaped a consensual sexual encounter in November 2016 without the woman’s knowledge.— The Transportation Safety Board will provide a briefing on its investigation into the midair collision over Carp, Ont.— Former governor general David Johnston will appear before a Commons committee reviewing his nomination as elections debates commissioner.
HONG KONG – The transfixing mystery of the Malaysia Airlines jet that went missing with 239 people on board has unfolded in a region where air travel is undergoing supercharged growth after decades of being beyond the reach of most people.The still unknown fate of Flight 370, which vanished from civilian radar on a nighttime flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, has riveted the flying public and baffled experts. The backdrop is also compelling even if far removed from the headlines.Air travel in Asia is surging as the middle class gets bigger, discount airlines proliferate and business ties with the rest of the world deepen. Airports are scrambling to expand as they bulge with passengers and an upstart Indonesian carrier has given Boeing and Airbus their biggest jet orders ever.The region’s economic boom, seeded in the early 1990s by China’s embrace of market style reforms, is the underlying reason.“When you’re poor you can’t afford to fly,” said Andrew Herdman, director general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines. “The big development of the demographics of Asia in the past 20 years has been the sheer number of people who have been lifted out of poverty into that middle income segment” of $10-$100 of disposable income a day.The International Air Transport Association has forecast airline passengers to grow by 31 per cent worldwide between 2012 and 2017. For Asia, that will mean the number of passengers increases an average of 6.3 per cent each year, nearly three times as fast at the U.S.Routes within or connected to China will be the single largest driver of growth, accounting for nearly a quarter of the additional 300 million passengers during those six years.Whether the Malaysia Airlines jet succumbed to a sudden catastrophe, hijacking or malicious pilot action, it is unlikely to change a two decade trend of ever more travellers, routes and planes.“People become cautious about a particular airline for a while but you don’t see travel patterns change,” said Herdman.Asian demand is a big reason why airlines are on the largest jet-buying spree in aviation history, ordering more than 8,200 new planes from Airbus and Boeing in the past five years. There are now 24 planes rolling off assembly lines each week, up from 11 a decade ago. And that rate is expected to keep climbing.The bulk of the planes are going to new or quickly-growing airlines that serve the expanding middle class in China, India and Southeast Asia.In Asia alone, Airbus has 1,375 unfilled airplane orders or about a quarter of its worldwide order book.The low cost carriers are the hungriest buyers. Malaysia-based AirAsia and its affiliate AirAsia X together have orders for 385 new planes. Those new planes alone have enough seats to put an additional 60,000 passengers in the sky at the same time. Many of those planes will make multiple flights a day, sending that figure even higher.Indonesia’s Lion Air has an order for 234 jets from Airbus and another 301 from Boeing. That’s in additional to the 107 Boeing jets it currently flies.They’re just two of the numerous low budget airlines that have opened up in the past decade, mostly in Southeast Asia, to service the growing demand for affordable air travel.Even China, which for years has enforced restrictive policies aimed at supporting the three dominant state-owned carriers, is starting to give budget airlines a chance.Last month, China’s aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said it would lower barriers for setting up a low cost airline, simplify approval procedures, cut charges for airports in lower-tier cities and encourage older airports to revamp terminals for budget carriers.“The reins are loosened,” said Will Horton, an analyst at CAPA The Center for Aviation.To keep up, Asian governments are scrambling to build new terminals and runways.Singapore, a wealthy city-state off the southern tip of peninsular Malaysia, expects additions to its airport will within a decade more than double the number of passengers it can handle yearly to 135 million.Airport construction is most rampant in China, with authorities in the world’s second-biggest economy authorizing the construction of dozens of new airports and the expansion of others.“It is clear that airport infrastructure must be expanded to accommodate demand,” said Campbell Wilson, CEO of Singapore-based budget carrier Scoot.He said several airports in the region are already operating near or at capacity including Hong Kong, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi, Manila, Jakarta and Beijing.“Many more airports will soon reach their limits,” said Wilson.___AP Airline Writer Scott Mayerowitz contributed to this report. Transfixing mystery of Malaysia Airlines jet unfolding in region where air travel is booming by Kelvin Chan, The Associated Press Posted Mar 20, 2014 6:29 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Sept. 25, 2012 file photo, budget airlines’ passenger jets, Malaysia’s AirAsia, top, Indonesia’s Badavia Air, third from bottom, and Indonesia’s Lion Air, second bottom, are parked on the tarmac with Indonesian planes of domestic airline Merpati Nusantara, second top, and the flagship carrier Garuda Indonesia at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Air travel in Asia is surging as the middle class gets bigger, discount airlines proliferate and business ties with the rest of the world deepen. (AP Photo/Trisnadi, File)
This is not a warning, but some friendly advice: Start planning your summer, Clark County.While adventuring with friends and family this Memorial Day weekend, it’s a perfect time to ask, is there a brew festival is in your future? Or perhaps a journey to Hawaii in Clark County? Maybe you can lay the groundwork for finally attending the Clark County Fair’s pancake breakfast this year.This is not a complete nor comprehensive list of summer events — that’s a list that would be three times the size. These are the events that folks lament to missing, who wistfully sigh and say, “if only I had know that was this weekend.”Consider this an attempt to ward off the “if onlys” of summer.June is a toast to popular events, featuring the Craft Beer and Wine Fest, a three-day event showcasing the best of Washington’s independent drink makers, especially highlighting the growing number of breweries and wineries in Clark County, running June 9 through June 11 in Esther Short Park, Vancouver’s summer stage.The perennial June highlight in the annual Recycled Arts Festival on June 24 and 25, as regional artists transform refuse into rusty masterpieces. This year will also feature the inaugural Procession of Species, which encourages everyone to create their own mask and costume related to animals or natural elements, linking art making with conservation efforts.The annual Vancouver Rodeo will be the bridge between June and July, as cowboys and cowgirls compete at the Clark County Saddle Club from June 30 to July 3. There will also be dancing, celebrations and plenty of boots. The rodeo also frames the many Fourth of July celebrations that will take place, from the Port of Camas-Washougal’s riverside concert and fireworks, to Ridgefield’s day-long community celebration, also capped by fireworks. Yacolt will be offering up a picnic atmosphere complete with games, while Independence Day at Fort Vancouver will shift to a free event, with evening concerts and food vendors.
Zinedine Zidane has revealed all on the “footballing philosophy” that he employed while in charge of Real MadridThe French coach led Los Blancos to three Champions League titles in under three full seasons, as well as the La Liga crown in 2016/17.Zidane sat down with the UEFA to discuss why was keen to get Real playing a possession game and how he always stuck to his principle of playing football that wins games, regardless of whoever is your opponent.“I always remained faithful to the footballing philosophy that I had conveyed to my players, regardless of who our opponents were,” said the 46-year-old.“When you have the ball, you’re not trying to win it back, so you’re normally in less danger. You can also make your opponents run and tire them out.“Knowing that my players had the necessary skill set, I felt an obligation to strengthen our identity as a possession-based team – not possession for possession’s sake, but possession for the purposes of attacking our opponents.“At the same time, having possession is no guarantee of victory!”Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Zidane admitted that he often did a lot of analysing on his team.But he decided not to tell the players everything in order ensure they would continue playing their natural game.He added: “At Real Madrid, my coaching staff and I used to spend time on team-level analysis, but we limited what we passed on, as I wanted our team to remain focused on our own game.“However, I spent time on individual analysis during the week, and I had a word with each player before each match.“When you’re coaching Real Madrid, you have to win everything, while maintaining a certain standard of play – that’s my philosophy.”Zidane is currently on a sabbatical after leaving Real at the end of last season.
CORBETT, Ore. (AP) — A Portland man died while hiking in the Oneonta Gorge near Corbett.The Multnomah County sheriff’s office says 22-year-old Hassan Roussi was hiking with three friends Wednesday when he left the trail and climbed on a log jam.Spokeswoman Mary Lindstrand told The Oregonian he slipped and fell into the creek, striking his head.
RelatedPosts Wynn Resorts to undergo internal restructure as part of refinancing plan IGT announces offering of €500,000,000 senior secured notes Melco Resorts & Entertainment has revealed that it plans to raise US$600 million from the offering of new senior notes in order to pay down debt.Announcing the pricing of the new notes on Thursday, Melco said they will consist of US$600 million aggregate principal amount of 5.625% senior notes due 2027, priced at 100%. The proceeds will be used to make a partial repayment of the principal amount outstanding under an amended revolving credit facility entered into by Melco Resorts (Macau) Limited, a subsidiary of Melco Resorts Finance, in 2015. Load More Evan Winkler appointed President as Melco Resorts implements latest management overhaul The credit facility totaled HK$13.65 billion (US$1.75 billion) at the time, comprising a HK$3.90 billion term loan facility and a HK$9.75 billion revolving credit facility;Melco said the new notes are proposed to be senior obligations of Melco Resorts Finance, ranking equally with all of Melco Resorts Finance’s existing and future senior indebtedness. It added that Melco will not be a guarantor of the new notes.
X Listen This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share 00:00 /50:31 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: On Monday’s Houston Matters: The Pentagon says 2,800 troops have been deployed to the Texas-Mexico border. They’re part of a total force of more than 5,200 that President Trump ordered to the border last month in response to a large group of Central American migrants headed north. We learn what they’ll be doing and get reaction from residents along the border.Also this hour: A new study from Rice University finds sulfur dioxide emissions from Texas coal plants pose greater health risks than pollutants that cause ozone smog. And yet, the state mostly focuses on tackling the smog. We find out why.Plus, we learn about a conference in Houston aimed at improving the diversity of teachers around the state.And Jeff Balke updates us on the latest news in Houston sports.We also offer a free podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps.
Winamp 5.8 Beta leak appears on the Web by Martin Brinkmann on September 16, 2018 in Music and Video – Last Update: October 19, 2018 – 41 commentsA beta version of the upcoming Winamp 5.8 media player found its way to the darker side of the Web where it is now being distributed heavily.Winamp, which was once a very popular media player for Microsoft Windows devices and is still used by die-hard fans up to this day, has had a rough patch in recent years.AOL, the then-owner of Winamp, announced in 2013 that it would shut down the service and the Internet Radio directory Shoutcast. The company sold Winamp in a turn of events later that year to Radionomy, owners of a platform to create, discover, and listen-to online radio stations.While that meant that Winamp was saved for the moment, it did not really improve the situation otherwise; new Winamp versions were not released and while developers did mention here and there that a new version was in the works, nothing came out of it in the almost 5 years after Radionomy’s acquisition of Winamp.Update: Winamp 5.8 has been released officially. You can check the changelog here and download it there as well.A Winamp developer revealed in 2016 that work was underway on Winamp 5.8 but that the team did not want to release the beta version at the time because it would lack quite a bit of functionality. A forum post on the official Winamp forum listed the changes of the beta version.Neowin reported today that a beta version of Winamp 5.8 leaked on the Web. It appears to the the “real deal” but a version from October 2016. It is certainly not something that you would install on a production machine or on anything really that is outside of a sandbox or virtual environment.Select Help > About Winamp to check the version of the player. There you find listed the version and the release date of the build (which is October 2016).A scan on Virustotal returns three hits out of 62 different engines; likely false positives. The beta version comes with quite a few important changes including the following ones:Winamp 5.8 is fully compatible with Windows 10 and Windows 8.1Minimum required operating system is Windows XP Service Pack 3.All Pro license features have been removed.Replaced proprietary decoders for mp3, aac, H.264 and Mpeg-4 with open source or free to use decoders.DRM support removed.CD ripping and playback uses Winodws API.Windows Audio (WASAPI) support.Shared DLL files are stored in Winamp\Shared.MP3 Encoder must be downloaded manually.Added an option to disable video support completely.Closing Words and verdictConsidering that the build is from October 2016, it is clear that development is progressing at a snail-speed pace. Whether Winamp 5.8 Final will ever be released is up for debate; what is clear is that lots of users seem to be interested in Winamp despite it being more dead than alive for a long time.It will be tough for the player to compete with regularly updated audio players such as AIMP, MusicBee, or the classic foobar2000.Now You: Would you switch back to Winamp?SummaryArticle NameWinamp 5.8 Beta leak appears on the WebDescriptionA beta version of the upcoming Winamp 5.8 media player found its way to the darker side of the Web where it is now being distributed heavily.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
GAYSTARNEWS- Jeff Amyx, who owns Amyx Hardware & Roofing Supplies, previously put the sign up in 2015. He put it up following the Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision.Following the sign, he began selling bumper stickers and baseball caps with the same slogan.Amyx, who is also a Baptist minister, removed the sign following backlash. He replaced it with a sign reading: ‘We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who would violate our rights of freedom of speech & freedom of religion.’Now, however, he’s put up the original sign once more as a celebration of the recent ruling. The sign in the store window | Photo: WBIR Trump official tells Supreme Court: Businesses should be free to put up ‘no gay couples’ signsJimmy Kimmel demonstrates why ‘freedom to discriminate’ against gay couples is dangerousIndia celebrates end of gay sex banRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/tennessee-store-no-gays-allowed-sign/ A store owner in Tennessee put up a sign in his store window that says: ‘No gays allowed.’ The sign went up following the US Supreme Court’s decision to side with a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple due to religious reasons. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Another sign in the store | Photo: WBIR‘A shock’‘I was shocked,’ Amyx told WBIR about the decision. ‘I was really shocked because of the track record of our Supreme Court.’Despite his celebration, it’s important to understand the decision was extremely narrow.The majority of Justices may have sided with baker Jack Phillips, but not on the basis of discrimination. Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion reaffirmed the equal rights of LGBTI people — to an extent — while coming down against hostility to religion.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .
The Navy says drills were not designed to specifically confront a threat from Iran. Tehran has warned it would try to close the Gulf’s strategic Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for sanctions over its nuclear program.Miller told reporters Thursday that the Kingfish could eventually be deployed with the Bahrain-based 5th Fleet and other places around the world.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Check your body, save your life Comments Share Sponsored Stories Top Stories DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – The admiral in charge of the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet says a prototype mine-detecting drone was put through more tests during military exercises in and around the Persian Gulf this month.The advanced sonar-equipped Kingfish sub is being evaluated by the Pentagon. Vice Admiral John W. Miller says the sub was used for the first time internationally during the maneuvers of more than 30 nations that wrapped up this week. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy
Top holiday drink recipes Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Check your body, save your life Mesa family survives lightning strike to home New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Comments Share The American Heart Association — which along with the American Red Cross, American College of Cardiology and the federal government had requested the IOM’s study — welcomed the recommendations.Cardiac arrest is “the most critically ill state a human being can be in,” said Dr. Robert W. Neumar of the University of Michigan, who chairs a heart association emergency care committee. The nation needs to create a culture where “if someone collapses in front of you with cardiac arrest, it’s your obligation to help.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. That’s not the whole toll: An additional 200,000 cardiac arrests occur in hospitals every year, and even there only a quarter of patients survive, the report found.Cardiac arrest is not a heart attack — it’s worse. It means the heart abruptly stops beating, its electrical activity knocked out of rhythm. CPR can buy critical time if it’s started immediately, but Tuesday’s report concludes the nation must take key steps to give victims a better shot.“Cardiac arrest survival rates are unacceptably low,” said Dr. Robert Graham of George Washington University, who chaired the IOM committee’s investigation. “There is a lot an individual can do to assist somebody if they witness one, and to work with their communities to improve the system of response.”What to do may sound straightforward: Call 911, and then start quick, hard compressions of the person’s chest until trained responders arrive. If a device called an AED — an automated external defibrillator — is available, use it.In reality, the IOM committee said fear, not understanding what cardiac arrest is, lack of first-aid training and concern about legal liability can hamper response and cost precious time. Each year, less than 3 percent of the U.S. population receives training in CPR or defibrillator use, while some European countries mandate training, the report found. –National standards are needed for emergency medical systems, to ensure that 911 callers are talked through how to provide CPR.–The National Institutes of Health should expand research for better treatments. Defibrillators attempt to shock the heart back into rhythm so it can resume beating, but most out-of-hospital cardiac arrests aren’t the kind of abnormal rhythms that a shock can fix, said IOM committee member Dr. Lance Becker of the University of Pennsylvania. Yet the report found the NIH spends far less on cardiac arrest research than on other cardiovascular problems.–Hospitals should have to meet national accreditation standards on cardiac arrest care. Survival of patients who suffer cardiac arrest while hospitalized for some other reason can vary by 10 percent between hospitals, IOM found.Improvement is possible, the IOM found, calling some communities examples. In King County, Washington, there’s a 62 percent survival rate among patients with a specific shockable form of cardiac arrest if they collapse in front of someone. Policymakers there have spent decades studying what care works best, and getting bystanders and professionals on board with response practices. Sponsored Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Moreover, there are wide disparities in outcomes: One study found that survival ranged from about 8 percent to 40 percent across 10 different communities.On Tuesday, the IOM called for a major public education effort to teach people how to recognize and react to cardiac arrest — including making CPR training a graduation requirement for high school. According to the American Heart Association, Connecticut just became the 24th state to pass legislation to do that.State and local health departments should team with health groups to create “a culture of action,” the IOM recommended. It also urged employers to stock defibrillators and train workers to use them, and expanded access to CPR training for people over age 65 and their caregivers.Good Samaritan laws provide varying legal protection by state. At the same time, laymen shouldn’t feel they have to provide perfect care, said IOM committee member Dr. Tom Aufderheide of the Medical College of Wisconsin.“Any CPR and any early defibrillation delivered by the public is better than no care at all,” he said.Other recommendations:–The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should create a national registry of cardiac arrest. There are no good statistics on this killer, the IOM said, calling its own numbers the best available estimates. A registry would track outcomes so communities could take steps to improve. The CDC said it will review the recommendation. WASHINGTON (AP) — Would you know what to do if you see someone collapse, not breathing — a loved one at home, a co-worker at the office, a stranger on the street? Far too many Americans die of cardiac arrest, and now a major new report urges a national campaign to improve survival in part by making sure more bystanders know how to help.Every year, about 395,000 people suffer cardiac arrest in their homes or other non-hospital settings — and less than 6 percent of them survive, the Institute of Medicine estimated Tuesday. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Top Stories
AccorHotels launches Seoul Dragon CityAccorHotels launches Seoul Dragon City – Korea’s First ‘Lifestyle Hotel-Plex’Korea’s first ‘lifestyle hotel-plex’ Seoul Dragon City will open on 1 October, featuring four AccorHotels brands, 1,700 rooms, 11 restaurants and bars, 17 meeting rooms, two multi-function grand ballrooms, and a world first: four full floors of entertainment in a Sky Bridge suspended between two of the towers.Featuring four distinct AccorHotels brands ranging from luxury to economy, Seoul Dragon City will cater to every demographic:Grand Mercure Ambassador Seoul Yongsan is designed for families and long-stay guests who enjoy an upscale lifestyle in a serviced residence, with 202 relaxing rooms featuring warm colours and locally inspired decorative motifs, prints, pictures and furniture.Novotel Suites Ambassador Seoul Yongsan is also ideal for long-stay business and leisure guests or those who like more space and flexibility, with 286 spacious modular suites featuring an ergonomic design for work and relaxation and non-partitioned space that can accommodate from one to four guests.Novotel Ambassador Seoul Yongsan will appeal to business and leisure guests seeking a comfortable and easy stay, with 621 large fully-appointed rooms with a simple, modern design, and non-partitioned space that is ideal for individual guests and families.ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Yongsan features 591 colourful and inspiring rooms with a bold personality, making it the choice for business and leisure groups, airline crews, families, friends, and frequent individual travellers who prefer all-inclusive rates.“2017 has been a record-breaking year for AccorHotels in South Korea, highlighted by this launch of the largest project we have signed in the country featuring four hotel brands in the same complex, including the introduction of Grand Mercure and Novotel Suites in this market,” says Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia.“Together, the four brands can cater to the needs of every guest,” he adds. “Grand Mercure combines rich Korean culture with elegant service, making it a great option for long-stay guests who require full residence services. Our Novotel Suites will attract medium- to long-stay business travellers and families on urban holidays. By the end of this year, the group will have 24 hotels in South Korea, which will be followed by eight more in the next two years. We will also be diversifying our brand portfolio to the luxury segment in the near future.”Jerome Stubert, Cluster General Manager of Seoul Dragon City, adds, “Korea is a very promising market where the number of in-bound travellers is on a steady rise. Seoul Dragon City is Korea’s first-ever lifestyle hotel-complex and consists of four AccorHotels brands serving all types of guests and suiting every budget. Grand in its scale, the complex features the widest range of convention space in Seoul, multiple restaurants and bars, and the amazing Sky Bridge. Offering an ideal combination of globally recognised high-standard hospitality and unmatched facilities, Seoul Dragon City is positioned locally, regionally and internationally to be Korea’s global landmark”.The pièce de résistance is indeed the Sky Bridge, with highlights including:King’s Vacation – the only lounge bar in South Korea where guests can experience a European décor that reinterprets the royal vacation, with an innovative range of cuisine and beverages, an indoor miniature swimming pool, Skywalk, and performance stage.Sky Beach – where guests can experience a private beach club, with music and international cuisine amongst a setting reminiscent of the legendary beach clubs of Spain, Greece, Singapore and Las Vegas.Taking its name from the Yongsan District in which it stands – known in English as Dragon Mountain – the area has become a magnet for foreign travellers who gravitate to its shopping centres and nightlife. In Korean mythology, dragons were powerful yet benevolent creatures associated with wealth, fortune and success, who controlled the cosmos and became a symbol of a king of the Joseon Dynasty, which left a substantial legacy to modern Korea. Seoul Dragon City is a reinterpretation of the magnificent heritage of the Joseon Dynasty and all the symbolism of the dragon, blending Korean tradition with the authentic hospitality of AccorHotels.The new ‘lifestyle hotel-plex’ is strategically located in the centre of Seoul close to major business districts such as Yeouido and Gangnam, as well as commercial districts including Itaewon and Myeongdong. The complex is adjacent to malls and shopping centres, movie theatres, tourist attractions and embassies. It is 57km from Incheon International Airport and 22km from Gimpo International Airport.To celebrate the spectacular opening, each of the four AccorHotels at Seoul Dragon City has launched a ‘Seoul Dragon City Amazing Opening Offer’ at www.accorhotels.com Source = AccorHotels
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and between 5 and 20 percent for textiles, The region’s farmers haven’t benefited as factories sprang up along the U. diodes and other electronic parts in its shopping-mall-sized warehouse.There’s no racing with them. you know all about it — snowmen, Featured Image Credit: Liverpool Echo “Buhari is a genocidal maniac who believes in conquest and oppression and who has turned a blind eye whilst his subjects are butchered in their thousands by Fulani terrorists. especially in the social media is the absence of interested and ready investors. It was gathered that the people preferred self medicate than go to hospital for treatment. says the money was allocated to the non-oil producing townships not to take away from the townships in the oil-producing counties but to recognize the road needs of the farther east counties.
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His minister brother Tej Pratap Yadav and state Congress chief and minister Ashok Choudhary too were present in the chief minister’s room.