Liverpool is making new plans to turn Anfield into a 60,000 seater stadium.In a statement reported by The Liverpool Echo, the club has voided previous plans and will now submit new plans.They feel these new plans will benefit the club and of course, it fans more than the original ones.And Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group spent 110 million pounds on a ground expansion, that opened back in 2016. This saw a further 9,000 seats added to the Anfield capacity.The current capacity of the Liverpool ground is a little over 54 thousand seats.This new plan which the owners described as ambitious will push that total closer to 60,000.The next step for the club is to mediate their new idea, with the local community and other stakeholders and progress with applications based on these discussions.m.Liverpool FC Chief Operating Officer Andy Hughes said:“The progress that has been made during ongoing feasibility studies has resulted in us being in a position to allow the outline planning permission to lapse.”“We are committed to working with local residents, planning officials and others as we now focus on the detail behind any proposed redevelopment for Anfield Road.”Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“Throughout this process we have been clear that our objective is to find the best possible solution for Anfield Road and that remains the case.”Prior to this new development club chairman Tom Werner said:“We are still analysing the opportunity to build on Anfield Road. We are trying to figure it out.”“When we went forward with the Main Stand expansion, which I’m very proud about, we obviously wanted to do it right so we were quiet about it.”“In a perfect world we will be able to figure this out.”While this would still leave trailing Old Trafford by approximately 14, 000 seats, it would put them on a par with Tottenham and Arsenal, and ahead of Manchester City. In terms of seating capacity.#LFC today reaffirms its intention to redevelop the Anfield Road Stand with ambitious new plans now under active consideration. https://t.co/ELfY6PQqRX— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 22, 2019
Kolkata: Two persons were found dead on the ground floor of a four-storied building in Beliaghata on Sunday morning.Local residents saw smoke coming out of their house and rushed in. According to locals, Shyam Sundar Ghosh (82) and Golok Bihari Ghosh (78) were brothers and used to reside at a building on Raja R. L. Mitra Road in Beliaghata. Around 6:30 am on Sunday a cleaning staff of the building sensed a foul smell emanating from duo’s flat. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseHe immediately informed other residents who knocked their doors repeatedly but no one replied. Police broke open the door and found the flat was filled with smoke. Police and other residents waited till the smoke cleared and found that Shyam and Golok were lying unconscious. No trace of fire was found then.The duo was immediately rushed to NRS Medical College and Hospital where the doctors declared them brought dead. Later some of the residents informed police that they had felt some burning smell at night. It is suspected that late on Saturday night a fire somehow broke out inside the flat.Though the source of the fire was not found, Shyam and Golok died while they are sleeping due to the poisonous carbon monoxide. The exact cause of death could be determined only after the autopsy examination.
Clad in a blackish blue suit over a white formal shirt, and his eyes shining through a pair of rimless spectacles, Dr Ashraf Shikhaliyev – Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan smiles as he sits down on a maroon sofa at Global Tourism Summit 2019, organised by Bengal National Chamber of Commerce and Industry in association with Techno India Group, at Hyatt Regency, Kolkata.He fondly recalls visiting Sister Nivedita University the previous day, where he interacted with the administrative heads, faculty members and students. Dr Shikhaliyev looks visibly overwhelmed as he talks about meeting Satyam Roychowdhury, Managing Director of Techno India Group and Chancellor of Sister Nivedita University, who is also the President of BNCCI. On his maiden trip to Kolkata with his wife Elnara Shikhaliyeva, Dr Shikhaliyev says the purpose of the visit is to focus on strengthening the mutual ties of friendship between India and Azerbaijan on a broader perspective in terms of education, trade and commerce. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfHe sheds light on how Azerbaijan has risen to prosperity after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. “It was a policy designed by the government of Azerbaijan with the vision to utilise national resources such as coal and gas, for the benefit of the people. This enabled the country to start receiving dollars in 2005. If you visit Azerbaijan, you’ll notice the whole image of the country has changed. The capital city Baku is one of the most beautiful European cities because of the country’s natural resources, infrastructure and hospitable people. The most important point is, Azerbaijan is geographically located on the crossroad between Europe and Asia, so numerous trade routes pass through this country. Indian businesses can hugely benefit if they can make their presence in Azerbaijan, and that is why our objective is to promote business relations and cultural exchanges between West Bengal and Azerbaijan.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveTalking about bilateral trade relations between India and Azerbaijan shooting up almost ten times between 2005 and 2017, Dr Shikhaliyev stresses on the fact that, if one looks at the number of Indian tourists visiting Azerbaijan every year, the surveys prove that only over the last one year it has increased seventy five percent. “I’m a fan of Indian movies. Nowadays, a lot of Indian films are shot in Azerbaijan as the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus Mountains make it a picturesque location. I’m amazed to see Bollywood’s massive popularity worldwide, the audience for Indian movies is global. This has a huge positive impact on the tourist inflow in the country. And now, with direct flights between Delhi and Baku estimated to start within the next two weeks, the prospects of tourism relations between the two countries will increase exponentially. We are looking at all major cities of India, but especially West Bengal as it is culturally very dynamic. I believe both countries have immense potential to strengthen the mutual ties of friendship in terms of education, trade and commerce.” He sounds excited when he says that for a first time visitor in Azerbaijan, the Land of Fire will be a magical experience. “An interesting fact is, out of eleven climatic zones in the world, nine are met in Azerbaijan. Its climatic versatility makes it a year-round tourism destination, and from wine tourism to caviar tourism, you name it and you can have it in Azerbaijan.” An admirer of mishti doi, that he tasted in Kolkata, Dr Ashraf Shikhaliyev goes on to confess that everything about India, from cuisine to culture, has a unique charm. As he signs off to join the next session on stage, his reflection on the huge mirror on the opposite wall along with the flags of India and Azerbaijan look like an emblematic adaptation of new possibilities that had just been ignited between two nations.