In an e-mail, Eric Robinson makes a reference to “the ignorance of do-good white people”.By Melissa RidgenAPTN InvestigatesManitoba’s deputy premier and Aboriginal Affairs minister stands by comments made in email obtained by APTN National News in which the he refers to the “ignorance of do-good white people.”A three-line email from Eric Robinson, NDP MLA for Kewatinook, dated Nov. 22, 2012, was sent to the province’s special advisor on Aboriginal women’s issues, Nahanni Fontaine. A copy was obtained though the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act [FIPPA]. It begins in response to an email from Fontaine outlining her concerns about a media report that a Winnipeg clothing store, The Foxy Shoppe, was holding a burlesque fundraiser, proceeds of which would go to Osborne House, a provincially-funded shelter for battered women.“This is SO bad and looks SO bad and is simply a bad idea on the part of the Osborne House ED [executive director],” Fontaine wrote to Robinson. “Like what was she thinking? Did the [Osborne House] board approve this ‘fundraiser’”?Robinson replied, “I know nothing of this matter and haven’t seen today’s freep [Winnipeg Free Press] but I will now.” The remaining two lines of the email are then blacked out.But when held to a certain light, the type under the black bar that is used to hide the blacked out words shows the words: “On the surface it is not a very good idea and moreover further exploits an already vulnerable group in society. It also further demonstrates the ignorance of do good white people without giving it a second thought.”When contacted by APTN, the deputy premier said, “The comment was internal between myself and some staff members. I don’t deny writing what I wrote which was about what white do-gooders are trying to do.”Asked if he was referring to The Foxy Shoppe or Osborne House executive and board, he said it was a “general statement” not specific to anyone. He went on to add he is “absolutely not” sorry for what he said and would “probably not” apologize if asked by Premier Greg Selinger and “probably not” resign if someone asked him to.“I don’t think [the fundraiser] sent a good message then, nor do I think that was a good message to this day.”Robinson doesn’t believe the comment will affect his role as deputy premier in dealings with the non-Aboriginal community.“I have a good record championing issues of violence against women and murdered and missing Aboriginal women and girls.”Robinson points out that of the 180 or so women and children who show up at the shelter each month, 80 per cent are Aboriginal.The FIPPA office said its decision to redact the minister’s inflammatory comment was covered under Sec 23 (1)(a) of the Act to protect against material that would “reveal advice, opinions, proposals, recommendations, analyses or policy options developed by or for the public body or a minister.”The Canadian Association of Journalists president Hugo Rodrigues questions that explanation.“The challenge we have with a lot of freedom of information legislation is it allows a big clause on ‘advice given to’ and there’s not a lot of guidance to the person interpreting the act,” he said.Rodrigues adds the public pays for politicians and government staff and should have reasonable access to their professional discussions, otherwise “what is the purpose of having freedom of information access in the first place?”This is the second time in as many weeks for the Selinger government has made news for questionable remarks. Last week, backbench NDP MLA David Gaudreau was stripped of his caucus duties after uttering a gay slur to a Conservative opponent in the Legislature. He later apologized.(Aug. 23, 11:54 AM: Updated with clarifications from Minister Robinson’s office.)
New Delhi: Under attack from the Congress for its failure to yet again designate JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, the government fielded Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for its defence who alleged that the original mistake, not only on Kashmir but also on China, was committed by Jawaharlal Nehru. Jaitley’s remarks came soon after the Congress blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy vis-a-vis China for the latter yet again blocking the bid to designate Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)’s chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. Also Read – Squadrons which participated in Balakot air strike awarded citations on IAF Day “The original mistake, both on Kashmir and China, was committed by the same person,” Jaitley said in a tweet. Referring to India’s first Prime Minister’s “infamous” letter to chief ministers dated August 2, 1955, the senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader said it was Nehru who said India taking China’s place in the United Nation’s Security Council (UNSC) would be “very unfair for a great country like China”. “Will the Congress President tell us who the original sinner was?” he asked. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documents on Reliance penalty Jaitley quoted Nehru as saying in the letter: “Informal suggestions have been made by the United States that China should be taken into the United Nations but not in the Security Council, and that India should take her place in the Security Council. …we cannot, of course, accept this as it means falling out with China and it would be very unfair for a great country like China not to be in the Security Council.” Earlier, with China for the fourth time putting on hold the proposal against Azhar in the UN Security Council, Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said it is a major setback for the global fight against terrorism and “reaffirms Chinese position of being an inseparable ally of terrorism’s breeding ground Pakistan”. Blaming Modi, he said: “The present situation also arises out of failure of a weak-kneed Modi government, bending over backwards before China over last 5 years, which has culminated into the present state of things where the Chinese have blocked Masood Azhar’s declaration as an ‘international terrorist’, without any reason and only to please its ally Pakistan.” The Congress asked if Modi would answer why he became “Maun Modi” (silent) as India’s interests are repeatedly being compromised.
The United Nations tribunal set up to deal with the worst war crimes committed during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s has granted temporary provisional release to a former senior Bosnian Croat figure who is currently on trial.The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), which sits in The Hague, ruled on Tuesday that Bruno Stojić be granted leave on humanitarian grounds until 5 May, when the defence case in his trial is scheduled to begin.Mr. Stojić and five other co-accused, all former high-level leaders in the Bosnian Croat wartime entity known as Herceg-Bosna, stand accused of war crimes committed in 1992 and 1993 against Bosnian Muslims and other non-Croats in south-western and central Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially the municipalities of Prozor, Gornji Vakuf, Jablanica, Mostar, Ljubuški, Stolac, Capljina and Vareš. The many charges include murder, rape, unlawful deportation, imprisonment, cruel treatment, unlawful labour, the wanton destruction of cities, towns and villages, and persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds. 1 May 2008The United Nations tribunal set up to deal with the worst war crimes committed during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s has granted temporary provisional release to a former senior Bosnian Croat figure who is currently on trial.
Two United Nations agencies are to work together to slash carbon dioxide emissions by the postal sector. The UN’s Universal Postal Union (UPU) and Environment Programme (UNEP) have announced that they will work together to calculate the quantity of greenhouse gas emissions created by postal services around the globe, including a survey of buildings and an assessment of the mileage covered and fuel consumed by vehicles. Once emissions have been calculated, the UN agencies will offer a range of solutions to postal operators in the UPU’s 191 member States, focusing on ways to cut greenhouse gases. The UPU said yesterday that 660,000 postal establishments use some 250,000 motorcycles, over 600,000 cars, vans and trucks, as well as hundreds of aircraft, to deliver mail to the four corners of the world. In addition, tons of paper are used for daily communications. “The sector therefore has a significant role to play in cutting greenhouse gas emissions,” the agency said. 6 May 2008Two United Nations agencies are to work together to slash carbon dioxide emissions by the postal sector.
Twenty-four candidates took part in yesterday’s election, with a run-off round scheduled for next month if no single candidate receives more than 50 per cent of the overall votes.“As Guinea awaits the results of the vote, the Secretary-General calls on all concerned to continue to respect their commitments to a peaceful process based on respect of the rule of law, and to accept the outcome,” according to a statement issued by Mr. Ban’s spokesperson.The Secretary-General commended Guinea’s Government, independent electoral commission, political parties and civil society groups, as well as the people as a whole, for the peaceful atmosphere prevalent during voting yesterday.Guinea has been dominated by autocratic and military regimes since it gained independence in 1958, and the country remains mired in poverty and under-development.In September last year, members of the military forces shot more than 150 unarmed demonstrators who had been participating in a peaceful pro-democracy protest on the streets of the capital, Conakry. Countless others were sexually assaulted or otherwise physically attacked.International condemnation, including from senior United Nations officials, followed and a Government of national unity was established in January as part of a transition to a more democratic order.The Secretary-General’s Special Representative for West Africa, Said Djinnit, has been in Guinea as part of joint UN efforts with the African Union, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and other members of the International Contact Group on Guinea to support the electoral process. 28 June 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today commended Guinea for the successful staging of presidential elections, widely regarded as the first democratic polls in the West African country since independence more than 50 years ago.
“To overcome the perils of the present and to achieve the promise of the future, we must begin with the wisdom of the past,” Donald Trump said today at the general debate of the 72nd session of General Assembly. “Our success depends on a coalition of strong and independent nations that embrace their sovereignty to promote security, prosperity, and peace for themselves and for the world.” Noting that the US would remain a “great friend” to the world, and especially to its allies, the President underscored that his country can no longer be taken advantage of, and that he would defend US interests above all else. “But in fulfilling our obligations to our own nations, we also realize that it’s in everyone’s interest to seek a future where all nations can be sovereign, prosperous, and secure,” he noted. He also called for greater reforms at the UN, urging the Organization to focus more on results, rather than bureaucracy and processes. He also called for more fair cost sharing among UN Member States. Turning to the crisis emanating from the nuclear weapons programme of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Mr. Trump underscored if the US is forced to defended itself or its allies, “we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.” Recalling recent resolutions adopted unanimously by the Security Council, he urged that country to pursue the path of denuclearization. In his remarks, he also criticized the Iranian Government and called on the country’s leadership to halt is support of terrorists, begin serving its people, and respect the sovereign rights of its neighbours. He also noted the need for de-escalation of the conflict in Syria, as well as on sanctions imposed by the US on Cuba and Venezuela. Also in his remarks, the President spoke of economic progress made by the United States since his election as well as the progress it has made in terms of healthcare, women’s empowerment and military strength. Full statement available here
Time certainly does fly when you’re standing still.For the past 12 months I’ve been standing here in my new role guarding Schmon Tower and I’ve loved every minute of it.Yes, it’s Maj. Gen. Sir Isaac Brock here, or at least the dashingly handsome bronze replica of the man himself.It’s hard to believe I’ve been on the job for a full year now. Those new to Brock may not know that my trip to the March 16, 2015 installation day in St. Catharines was a very, very long one that started in Oregon.You can read all about my road trip on the website my colleagues created for me here.I arrived on campus late the night before the big unveiling, and it took hours to set me in place. But you all made me feel so at home immediately with hundreds of students, staff and faculty cheering and clapping as all 1.5 metric tons of me was lowered into place on my pedestal in front of the tower.From that memorable March day forward, I have been honoured to watch over some of the biggest moments during the Brock year. I’ve loved being featured in thousands of group photos and selfies, especially during the Spring and Fall Convocation events, when there were lineups of students and their families waiting to pose with me.I was also pleased to feature prominently in a hype video for Isaac’s Army released early in the summer.The fall was especially memorable with the thousands of students marking Orientation Week on the lawn in front of me and then faculty and staff enjoying a night of good food and dancing with the Red Dinner during homecoming.But perhaps the most poignant moment I’ve experienced was during the celebration of life for David S. Howes that took place on May 14. It was his vision and financial gift that led to my creation at the hands of renowned artist Danek Mozdzenski.One of the many things I love about the Brock campus and the Niagara Region is the diversity of seasons. Over the past year, I’ve looked out over the cherry blossoms on the boulevard in front of me in the spring, enjoyed the Niagara sunshine in the summer, watched the leaves change on the trees in front of the David S. Howes Theatre in the fall and had snow build up on my podium in the winter.And now it would appear spring has returned. The cherry blossoms will arrive again soon and Convocation is less than three months away.I can’t wait to see what the rest of 2016 brings.Surgite, Badgers.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMisuse of funds probe – Head of SOCU questioned but still on the job – Top CopApril 9, 2019In “Crime”‘We will not be intimidated!’ – Jagdeo declares after arrestMarch 8, 2017In “Politics”Ongoing cases at SOCU might be affected, says HeadFebruary 2, 2019In “Crime” File photo: Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo as he made his way from SOCU’s headquartersSOCU’s mandate is not being delivered, says Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo who also feels that this is the main reason why the unit has a low conviction rate.Most recently British Financial Investigations Adviser to the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU), Dr Sam Sittlington, bemoaned the low rate of convictions for financial crimes as he addressed a training seminar.The British expert noted that there are a lot of cases getting to court but also failing at that same level. He also noted that files are often times sent back with corrections from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).But Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo says that SOCU’s mandate is not being delivered, especially since it is taking political directives, which undermines its professionalism.“I don’t think the focus has been ever on preparing good cases and let the evidence lead you to the cases. It started the different way, they got an instruction, the special prosecutors were hired, a hundred million set aside outside of the DPP’s Office, the money was placed in the AG’s budget, Harmon said in Parliament that he is budgeting to top up the SOCU Officers in his ministry so immediately the undermined the chain of command where SOCU is an arm of the Police Force” Jagdeo said. Jagdeo further argues that is the main reason why the cases are failing.“So we have a lot, about a billion dollars for the gold board, where did that went? That disappeared. We’ve heard about one PS which we’ve had 18 billion they told us that was stolen or something like that. Where is that case? Where are the cases? Or were these all just headlines?”The Opposition leader feels that SOCU has come under a lot of political pressure to go after people based on politics. Jagdeo has long stated that SOCU has now been converted into a Peoples National Congress (PNC) outfit with its main objective being to carry out witch-hunts. SOCU has already called in Jagdeo, former Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon, among other former ministers for questioning into the Pradoville 2 saga.Only recently another batch of these former ministers were called in for questioning again for the same matter.
← Previous Story Poland win Provident Cup Next Story → Martin and Gyor celebrate 2013 KIM RASMUSSEN (66%, 7,714 Votes)MARTIN AMBROS (15%, 1,804 Votes)MORTEN SOUBAK (13%, 1,540 Votes)DRAGAN ADZIC (3%, 333 Votes)JAN PYTLICK (3%, 311 Votes)Total Voters: 11,702 Here is the explanation of the Voting process for the World’s Best Coach in Women’s Handball 2013. Handball-Planet.com made the Jury consisted of the handball specialized journalists from 12 countries (Germany, Brazil, Austria, Serbia, Spain, Montenegro, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Denmark, Romania and Norway) and the last member were fans. All the Jury members gave the three names per position with 3, 2 and 1 point, while the fans’ opinion was calculated different with 10,7,5, 3 and 1 point.The biggest support of the fans had Polish head-coach Kim Rasmussen with 66& of all votes.WORLD’S BEST COACH IN WOMEN’S HANDBALL 2013?
Australian musicians are set to feel the dramatic setback that has resulted from the recent Federal Budget decision to withdraw funding from the Melba Foundation. For many years the organisation has given many unrecognised Australian classical talents the opportunity to be recorded and their work distributed around the world. “Melba is an internationally recognised and acclaimed quality recording brand and has put Australian musicians on the map in Europe, America and increasingly in Asia,” Barry Tuckwell AC OBE, Chair of the Melba Foundation, said. “It is irreplaceable. It used to be that the only Australian musicians who were recognised abroad were those who lived in Europe. Those who stayed in Australia remained anonymous overseas. It would be a national tragedy if Melba Recordings ceased to exist. “My greatest personal concern, of course, is that Australia’s hugely talented musicians will find it more difficult to take their careers to the next level…It is so frustrating when so much is spent on our elite sports people, but the Government cannot find $1 million a year to support our very best musicians succeed internationally.” Melba’s achievements have been numerous over the years, with 67 CDs, 53 titles, the recording of 15 world premieres, and have been awarded prizes and honoured by the international music industry. Greek Australian Maria Vandamme, CEO and founder, is aware that Melba is the only organisation in Australia that carries out this role for classical musicians, and vows not to abandon the cause. “Too much has been gained for Australia’s international reputation as a cultured nation which values its musicians to drop the ball now. There is still a need for what we do,” Vandamme said. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Four people, including an infant and a 4-year-old, were hurt in a five-vehicle crash on state Highway 14 near Camas Monday afternoon.Police and fire personnel responded to the crash, on the Camas Slough bridge, around 3:20 p.m.According to the Washington State Patrol, the four vehicles were all heading east. Gabrielle M. Harvey, 21, of Washougal, lost control, spun out and struck the guardrails on both sides of the bridge before coming to a stop facing west.Sarah M. Joyce, 32, of Washougal, tried to pass Harvey on the right, but was hit by another vehicle, driven by Mackenzie D. Badertscher, 21, of Camas.That sent Badertscher’s car into Harvey’s front bumper.Then, a third vehicle, driven by Aaron J. Sundby, 31, of Washougal, hit Badertscher. According to the State Patrol, a fifth vehicle, driven by Maleigha E. Krith, 18, of Washougal, then crashed into Sundby.Badertscher was taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center for her injuries. Her condition was not available.Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn said a 4-year-old girl was critically injured in the four-vehicle crash, and taken to a hospital. He said the girl suffered head and brain injuries.
Vancouver police are investigating a shooting that was reported Wednesday morning near the Interstate 5 Bridge.Officers were called to Southeast Columbia Way just east of the I-5 Bridge about 11 a.m. Wednesday for a report of someone hearing six to 10 gunshots, Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman Kim Kapp said.Two SUVs — one white, one brown — were thought to be involved in what was reported as a drive-by shooting, Kapp said.However, neither victims nor any evidence of a shooting was initially found, Kapp said.About half an hour later, officers were called to the 1700 block of Southeast Cutter Lane, close to the reported shooting, for a report of a suspicious vehicle, Kapp said.Four men were reportedly changing a tire on a white GMC Acadia, a vehicle not normally seen in the area, Kapp said.The officer arrived and found that the vehicle had bullet holes, Kapp said. Officers wrote a search warrant and seized the vehicle, Kapp said.
ING Financial Markets, part of global banking organisation ING, has achieved a 95% take-up rate for its new wellbeing programme, which launched in March 2017.The Wellbeing Quotient (WQ) programme, which is available to 350 ING Financial Markets’ sales employees across 30 countries, is designed to help staff actively manage their personal and professional wellbeing, as well as drive measurable and sustainable changes in nutrition, exercise, sleep, and relaxation.As part of the six-month programme, all eligible employees are provided with an activity tracker, which links to a WQ app that delivers personalised data and feedback relating to the programme’s four key pillars: eat, move, sleep, and relax. The programme then provides relevant educational information and content around these areas in four, six-weekly blocks, allowing employees to focus on one component at a time.The WQ programme also enables employees to contact individuals from an expert pool of professionals, including professors, coaches, and Olympic athletes, who they can email or call for advice in a specific subject as and when required.E-learning and online tools for all staff taking part will be supported by face-to-face presentations in nine global locations informing employees about the programme, and a wellbeing questionnaire at the beginning and end of the programme will also help employees to monitor their progress.The activity trackers were given to ING Financial Markets’ sales staff on 9 March 2017, with the bank extending access to the programme to interested clients, and employees’ friends and family on 3 April 2017 to help foster a culture of wellbeing. Friends, family and clients receive a €100 (£85) discount to get the device and join the programme.The first block of the WQ programme, eat, will commence on 18 April 2017.Participation in the wellbeing programme is optional and no personal information is shared, unless by invitation. Since the activity trackers were given to ING Financial Markets’ sales staff, 95% have signed up to the programme.The WQ programme, provided in conjunction with Lifeguard and TomTom, follows on from ING’s Emotional Quotient (EQ) programme, which launched three years ago to help ING Financial Markets’ sales staff improve and understand their emotional intelligence. The EQ programme covers areas such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management.Both programmes form part of the organisation’s next-generation professional development programme, which aims to support staff in a changing business environment.Mark Pieter de Boer (pictured), global head of financial market sales at ING, said: “We’ve seen a lot of enthusiastic uptake of corporate health programmes, however [organisations] have generally outsourced them while focusing on metrics like sick days taken or health insurance costs.“The focus of ING [Financial Markets’] programme is the growth of personal and professional wellbeing. As our wellbeing is influenced by our environment too, we have opened up the journey for friends, family, colleagues and interested clients, giving it a wonderful purpose.”
Under the IBC, banks will have 180 days to solve the insolvency cases and can extend by another 90 days, in special cases.A senior public sector executive said many defaulting borrowers were now coming with proposals for repayment and resolution, to avoid insolvency proceedings.Most of the debt is unsustainable. The creditors of these companies can offer them some respite and enable them to continue, or the banks can divide each company into fragments and sell them to prospective buyers. The lenders also have an option of putting in money. But the question is does putting in good money after bad money solve the problem? It is said that the debt of most of these companies is so high that they won’t be able to repay it in next 25-30 years.RBI is working on the second list of the defaulter, and names like Videocon Industries and Jindal Steel & Power might be on the list. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had last week confirmed that the process of resolution of bad loans will begin soon after the government passed the bill that will give Reserve Bank of India the power to direct banking companies to resolve the problems of stressed assets.In June, RBI had identified top 12 loan defaulters and has been working out its way to spot more such companies.Bank representatives are scheduled to meet in Mumbai on Monday, August 7, to review the work done on the resolution process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) and prepare a roadmap to save them, and the jobs of the thousands of people associated with these companies.These 12 firms account for one-fourth of the total NPAs in the banking system. Some of the names on the defaulters’ list are Essar Steel, Bhushan Steel, Bhushan Power and Steel, Lanco Infratech, Monnet Ispat, Jaypee Infratech, Electrosteel Steel and ABG Shipyard. The meeting on Monday is the first of its type and aims at improving coordination and execution, besides highlighting issues with procedures at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).Most of these companies belong to the steel, and metals and mining sectors. The primary reason for these firms to be on the hit list is because the heavy industries and mining sector have been the focal point of political corruption, due to delayed government approvals, licensing issues, and political paralysis. Some industry experts also claim that the owners of these companies have benefited from political and regulatory forbearance when it comes to their debt.However, it will be wrong to blame these companies fully for their misfortune. Mismanagement is evident on the lenders’ part as well. Casual credit standards and the tolerance shown towards the defaulters by the public sector banks have encouraged these companies.
Senco Gold & Diamonds, the largest jewellery retail chain from Eastern India, organised a fashion show with a difference. The fbb Colors Femina Miss India East 2019 winners walked down the ramp with the acid attack survivors – Mayna Pramanik and Sunita Dutta at Mega Shop of Senco Gold & Diamonds at Moulali as a gesture of respect and gratitude. The fbb Colors Femina Miss India East 2019 winners took pride in walking the ramp along with them, sporting the latest and exclusive designs of Bangles in Gold, Diamond and Platinum to mark the ongoing Bangle Utsav running currently at all the stores of Senco Gold & Diamonds, to celebrate Akshay Tritiya. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf Mayna and Sunita shared the ramp along with fbb Colours Femina Miss India East 2019 winners including Jyotishmita Baruah (fbb Colors Femina Miss India Assam 2019), Roshni Dada (fbb Colors Femina Miss India Arunachal Pradesh 2019), Shivani Jadhav (fbb Colors Femina Miss India Chhattisgarh 2019), Shreya Shanker (fbb Colors Femina Miss India Bihar 2019), Sushmita Roy (fbb Colors Femina Miss India West Bengal 2019), Chitrapriya Singh (fbb Colors Femina Miss India Jharkhand 2019), to name a few, along with a few customers. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive Acid Attack Survivors Mayna Pramanik and Sunita Dutta shared their real life struggle stories, their fight to encourage audiences to overcome all the hurdles in life. Suvankar Sen, Executive Director, Senco Gold & Diamonds, said: “Our association with Miss India goes back a long way. While it is recognised as one of the first platforms to bring Indian women to the forefront (nationally and worldwide), the annual event also resonates with Senco Gold & Diamonds’ philosophy of empowering women of today and making them independent and confident. It is also an opportunity to share the message with the younger generation that the jewelry we wear is an integral part of the society, history, culture and art. We believe that beauty lies in the mind and heart, and inner beauty lightens the world. On that note we are delighted to host such beautiful divas with heart of gold, who taught us how to fight to overcome hurdles.”
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