SRA joins new taskforce to rid UK of ‘dirty money’ reputation

first_imgThe Solicitors Regulation Authority and National Crime Agency have joined forces with the home secretary and chancellor of the exchequer in what is billed as an assault on economic crime including fraud, bribery and money laundering.A new taskforce, to be known as the Economic Crime Strategic Board (ECSB), will set priorities, direct resources and scrutinise performance in dealing with economic crime.SRA chief executive Paul Philip is a member of the taskforce’s strategy board. As well as the SRA and NCA, members also include representatives from the finance industry, government ministers and law enforcement figures. Paul Tennant, the Law Society’s chief executive, also attended the meeting. Home secretary Sajid Javid and chancellor Philip Hammond will chair the taskforce. At the board’s first meeting, the home secretary said the department will commit £3.5m in 2019/20 to support work to reform the suspicious activity reports (SARs) regime – which flag up potential money laundering and suspicious activity to the NCA.Hammond said: ‘The UK is leading the world in the fight against illicit finance, preventing fraudsters from stealing billions from the public each year. By bringing together specialists across the public and private sector, we can use the best of our expertise to maintain our status as a global financial centre.’However specialist lawyers told the Gazette that the government should ensure enforcement bodies, including the NCA and Serious Fraud Office, continue to have adequate resources.Alison Geary, counsel in the UK white collar defence and investigations practice at international firm WilmerHale, said although the decision to engage senior figures is to be welcomed, it is not simply an issue of ensuring resources are properly directed but also of making sure that government agencies tackling economic crime have sufficient resources, including the right legislative tools, international agreements and funding.Barry Vitou, shareholder at international firm Greenberg Traurig’s London office, said that in the midst of Brexit the announcement of the ECSB ’underscores the importance placed on combating economic crime’.  However, he added that although the government has ’shaken up laws’ to combat economic crime and created the National Economic Crime Centre there has only been limited additional funding. ‘It remains to be seen whether these new laws and bodies translate into more enforcement or are simply symbolic,’ he said.last_img read more

Parish crowned golfer of the year

first_imgBrian Parish (right) was named golfer of the year.The Tropical Golf Group Tuesday, Dec. 26, Royal Lakeside – StablefordIt is not supposed to be wet, cold and nasty at this time of the year, but on this Tuesday morning it was all three.  The question also was should we go to the course, and the answer of course was yes, so off we went, all 8 groups.With many of the payers donning jumpers or jackets at the first tee we set off into a strong, cold wind and with the threat of rain.  The course was wet but not too bad as carts were allowed on the fairways, but there was not much run.  The greens however were firm and true and the mist over the course lifted as midday came and a weak sun shone through. Back at BJ’s in Pattaya we got into the results, and what results they were.  In the A Flight, 0 to 19, the winner with 41 points was Gerd Riedler, with Bob Britton in second place on 40 and Mashi Kaneta taking third with 39 on count-back over Steve Truelove in fourth.  In fifth place was Geoff Bracegirdle with 38 points.In the B Flight, 20 up, the players seemed to have gone berserk and produced scores that were certainly the best I can remember.  The winner was Gordon Clegg with 49 points, incredible, with Torsten Bischoff second on 46, a score that would normally be good enough to win any competition.  And how about Karen Brown in third place with 45 points, another good round.  Don Carmody was fourth with 43 and Dave Cooper placed fifth with 42.  Imagine having 41 points and not being in the top 5!As usual we had best front and back nine prizes for non winners and these were won by Tom Harrington with 22 points (front) and Andre Van Dyk with 20 points (back).It was also time for the golfer of the month to be announced and the winner by a clear margin was Tom Harrington ahead of Bob Britton and Dave Cooper.Friday, Dec. 29,Silky Oak – StablefordTropical Golf finished up a stellar week and year with a trip to Silky Oak.  To give it a bit of fun and suspense we played blind partner, and you didn’t know whose Stableford score you would be combined with until after the round.  The course was in excellent condition, especially the fairways.Tommy Marshall / SK Kwok were the victors on the day with a combined score of 80 points, one point behind in second came Bob Watson and Brian Parish while third place on 77 points went to Rob Brown and Ronnie Ratte.  Taking fourth on 68 points were Graham Buckingham and Henry Wong while the duo of Derek Brook and Andy Murphy with 64 points just managed to edge a count-back for fifth place over Maurice Roberts and Barry Elphick.Near Pins went to Rob Brown (2), Derek Brook (2) and Bob Watson.At the presentation we were pleased to announce that Brian Parish had won the golfer of the year award.  During the previous 12 months his handicap went steadily down from 14 to brushing single digits with a current 9.9.  How did he do it? Brian isn’t saying, but he has an eye condition now from all the flash photography he’s been through lately.last_img read more

Bengals’ playoff drought goes on with 18-16 loss to Steelers

first_imgBut, then, the self-destruction began.“We have to be smart in situations throughout the game and make smart decisions,” left tackle Andrew Whitworth said.Instead of protecting the ball at all costs, Hill got stripped by Ryan Shazier to give the Steelers one more chance. Hill lost his starting job temporarily this season because of fumbles. This one set up the ugly final sequence to Cincinnati’s season.“It’s hard to put into words,” said Hill, who failed to run for 100 yards in any game this season. “Words don’t do anything at this point. It’s on me. I take full blame for it. It’s very unfortunate.”Ben Roethlisberger returned from a shoulder injury to lead the winning drive, with personal fouls on Burfict and Jones moving them within range.Burfict lowered his shoulder and hit receiver Antonio Brown in the head after an incompletion, drawing a penalty. While the Steelers were on the field checking on the injured receiver, Jones got into it with Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter and drew another flag, making it 30 yards in penalties.Shortly after the game ended, Jones went on a profane rant against the official on Instagram, which was soon deleted. He also tweeted his disagreement with his penalty, saying a Steelers coach came on the field to trash talk and it was “Not even a head coach.” Burfict had no explanation for his penalty, repeatedly saying, “I don’t know.”Boswell’s fourth field goal extended Cincinnati’s playoff drought to 25 years and counting, the sixth-longest in NFL history.Lewis fell to 0-7 in the playoffs, moving ahead of Jim Mora for most such losses to start an NFL coaching career. And the Bengals (12-5) now have lost an opening-round game for five consecutive seasons — no other team has done it more than three times in a row.McCarron filled in for the injured Andy Dalton and showed his big-game mettle against long odds. No NFL quarterback with so little starting experience had won a playoff game since 1979, when Gifford Nielsen led the Oilers over the Charger. Dan Fouts threw five interceptions to make that one possible.“We were so close to giving this city what they deserved — to do it against a team like Pittsburgh — and for it not to happen … it’s bad,” McCarron said.An injury gave the Bengals their opening. With the Steelers up 15-0 in the fourth quarter, Roethlisberger hurt his right shoulder when Burfict sacked him, forcing him to the locker room. McCarron’s clutch TD pass to Green got the Bengals to the verge of their breakthrough.But Big Ben returned to lead the final nine-play, 74-yard drive, converting a third down and a fourth-down play to keep it going.It ended with Burfict jawing at Lewis on the sideline and players staring in disbelief. The Steelers ran right to their locker room when time ran out, getting pelted with cans by angry fans. The Bengals headed into an offseason of change, with nearly half the starting lineup in the final contract year.Lewis has one more year on his deal, but will come under intense scrutiny after his team self-destructed. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap tweeted: “Bengals beat Bengals … No 1 to blame but ourselves.”Heading into the game, Lewis had joked that an “exorcism” was needed for the team’s playoff history.Now what?___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL,CINCINNATI (AP) — Jeremy Hill got stripped of the ball. Vontaze Burfict led with his shoulder head-high. Adam “Pacman” Jones lost his cool. In a matter of seconds, Cincinnati let it all slip away.The Bengals’ latest playoff meltdown was one for the books, in many ways the worst of them all. And it will shake the franchise for a long time.Hill fumbled away a chance to close out the game, and personal fouls on Burfict and Jones moved the Steelers in range for the winning field goal on Saturday night. Chris Boswell’s 35-yard kick with 14 seconds left gave Pittsburgh an 18-16 victory — another blow-to-the-gut moment to the Bengals’ horrid playoff history. “Got back and went ahead, and then we destructed on ourselves, offense and defense together,” coach Marvin Lewis said. “That’s disappointing.” The Bengals rallied from a 15-0 deficit in the fourth quarter behind AJ McCarron, who threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green for a 16-15 lead with only 1:50 to go. The Bengals appeared to seal it when a diving Burfict picked off Landry Jones’ pass with 1:36 left. Burfict celebrated the play by running all the way to the other end of the field and into the tunnel — with the ball — followed closely by an entourage of teammates. But, then, the self-destruction began.“We have to be smart in situations throughout the game and make smart decisions,” left tackle Andrew Whitworth said.Instead of protecting the ball at all costs, Hill got stripped by Ryan Shazier to give the Steelers one more chance. Hill lost his starting job temporarily this season because of fumbles. This one set up the ugly final sequence to Cincinnati’s season.“It’s hard to put into words,” said Hill, who failed to run for 100 yards in any game this season. “Words don’t do anything at this point. It’s on me. I take full blame for it. It’s very unfortunate.”Ben Roethlisberger returned from a shoulder injury to lead the winning drive, with personal fouls on Burfict and Jones moving them within range.Burfict lowered his shoulder and hit receiver Antonio Brown in the head after an incompletion, drawing a penalty. While the Steelers were on the field checking on the injured receiver, Jones got into it with Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter and drew another flag, making it 30 yards in penalties.Shortly after the game ended, Jones went on a profane rant against the official on Instagram, which was soon deleted. He also tweeted his disagreement with his penalty, saying a Steelers coach came on the field to trash talk and it was “Not even a head coach.” Burfict had no explanation for his penalty, repeatedly saying, “I don’t know.”Boswell’s fourth field goal extended Cincinnati’s playoff drought to 25 years and counting, the sixth-longest in NFL history.Lewis fell to 0-7 in the playoffs, moving ahead of Jim Mora for most such losses to start an NFL coaching career. And the Bengals (12-5) now have lost an opening-round game for five consecutive seasons — no other team has done it more than three times in a row.McCarron filled in for the injured Andy Dalton and showed his big-game mettle against long odds. No NFL quarterback with so little starting experience had won a playoff game since 1979, when Gifford Nielsen led the Oilers over the Charger. Dan Fouts threw five interceptions to make that one possible.“We were so close to giving this city what they deserved — to do it against a team like Pittsburgh — and for it not to happen … it’s bad,” McCarron said.An injury gave the Bengals their opening. With the Steelers up 15-0 in the fourth quarter, Roethlisberger hurt his right shoulder when Burfict sacked him, forcing him to the locker room. McCarron’s clutch TD pass to Green got the Bengals to the verge of their breakthrough.But Big Ben returned to lead the final nine-play, 74-yard drive, converting a third down and a fourth-down play to keep it going.It ended with Burfict jawing at Lewis on the sideline and players staring in disbelief. The Steelers ran right to their locker room when time ran out, getting pelted with cans by angry fans. The Bengals headed into an offseason of change, with nearly half the starting lineup in the final contract year.Lewis has one more year on his deal, but will come under intense scrutiny after his team self-destructed. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap tweeted: “Bengals beat Bengals … No 1 to blame but ourselves.”Heading into the game, Lewis had joked that an “exorcism” was needed for the team’s playoff history.Now what?___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL The Bengals rallied from a 15-0 deficit in the fourth quarter behind AJ McCarron, who threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green for a 16-15 lead with only 1:50 to go. The Bengals appeared to seal it when a diving Burfict picked off Landry Jones’ pass with 1:36 left. Burfict celebrated the play by running all the way to the other end of the field and into the tunnel — with the ball — followed closely by an entourage of teammates.center_img Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin talks with Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis following an NFL wild-card playoff football game Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, in Cincinnati. Pittsburgh won 18-16. (AP Photo/Gary Landers) CINCINNATI (AP) — Jeremy Hill got stripped of the ball. Vontaze Burfict led with his shoulder head-high. Adam “Pacman” Jones lost his cool. In a matter of seconds, Cincinnati let it all slip away.The Bengals’ latest playoff meltdown was one for the books, in many ways the worst of them all. And it will shake the franchise for a long time.Hill fumbled away a chance to close out the game, and personal fouls on Burfict and Jones moved the Steelers in range for the winning field goal on Saturday night. Chris Boswell’s 35-yard kick with 14 seconds left gave Pittsburgh an 18-16 victory — another blow-to-the-gut moment to the Bengals’ horrid playoff history. “Got back and went ahead, and then we destructed on ourselves, offense and defense together,” coach Marvin Lewis said. “That’s disappointing.”last_img read more

Vicente del Bosque calls up Nolito, Alvaro Morata, Jose Callejon and Ignacio Camacho to latest Spain Squad

first_img Diego Costa, though, was not named. He has struggled with his fitness this season and Del Bosque, in agreement with Jose Mourinho, felt the Chelsea forward would benefit from a period of rest. Juventus’ Alavaro Morata, Napoli’s Jose Callejon and Malaga’s Ignacio Camacho were also given the nod. There was also a return to the fold for Real Madrid midfielder Isco. 07/11/2014 Upd. at 17:42 There was a healthy Barcelona presence in the squad, with Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba, Marc Bartra, Sergio Busquets and Pedro all included; Del Bosque said: “We’ve called Pique because he is willing to come, it is not an imposition.” Andres Iniesta and David Silva were among those to miss out through injury. Celta Vigo’s Nolito, whose back-heel set up the goal in his side’s win over Barcelona last weekend, had been tipped to be involved and that proved the case when Del Bosque announced the 23-man list on Friday afternoon. Sam Marsden Spain play Belarus in Huelva on November 15 in European Championships qualifier, with a friendly against World Cup winners Germany in Vigo scheduled for November 18. Espanyol goalkeeper Kiko Casilla maintained his place as well. Vicente del Bosque has included four new faces in his squad for Spain’s upcoming matches against Belarus and Germany. CETlast_img read more

More parking for Pakenham commuters

first_imgLocal commuters have the chance to shape the future of Cardinia Road Station this coming weekend. Plans for a new…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Kyra Gillespie last_img

Valley West Hawks explode past Kootenay Ice

first_imgThe  Nelson Daily SportsQuick-starting Valley West Hawks used some early offence to take a pair of B.C. Major Midget Hockey League games from the Kootenay Ice during weekend action in the Fraser Valley.The fifth-place Hawks scored three times in each of the two games to stop the Ice 5-3 Saturday at the South Surrey Arena and 6-2 Sunday in Langley at the George Preston Rec Centre.Kevan Kilistoff, Kyle Burroughs and Trevor Cox scored first period goals to stake the Hawks to an early 3-0 lead.Nelson’s Joren Johnson gave Kootenay some brief life with a goal midway through the second frame. But Kilistoff and Ram Brar scored before the period ended to put the game away.Castlegar’s Jesse Knowler had the other goal for Kootenay.Saturday, Kootenay, winless in 12 games, opened the scoring when Carsen Willans of Nelson potted a marker 26 seconds into the game.However, the lead was short lived as Valley West tied the game 24 seconds later before adding two more goals to conclude the period with a 3-1 lead.Knowler and Luke Bertolucci of Trail scored in the second period as Kootenay cut the margin to 4-3. But the Hawks’ Neil James scored the only marker of the third period to give the home side the win.Kootenay, 2-13-3, returns home this weekend for a pair of games against the third-place Greater Vancouver Canadians.Game time Saturday at the NDCC Arena is 5:45 p.m. Sunday the teams drop the puck at 10:30 [email protected]last_img read more

DiBella one of 13 players back with Team B.C.

first_imgAs a rookie Aimee DiBella made the most an opportunity to play for Team B.C. at the Canada Winter Games in February 2011.Now as a seasoned veteran blueliner, the 5’7″, 140-pound Nelson Minor Hockey product has once again earned the praise of her coaches as a member of the B.C. Hockey Provincial U18 Girl’s squad.DeBella, 17, joins 19 other players and six staff at the provincial camp beginning Friday in Osoyoos.“The staff is looking forward to getting the final Team B.C. roster together in Osoyoos,” said Team B.C. Head coach Jeff Oldenborger. “It will mark the first opportunity to teach our systems, build our identity and learn exactly what each of us can bring to the team.”“I have high expectations of this group of players, as well as the staff, and I am excited to see what kind of chemistry we can build early in our process,” he adds.DiBella, a member of the Kootenay Wildcats Female Major Midget Hockey Club, is once again joined by teammate Daley Oddy of Cranbrook.The two Wildcats both played last season when Team B.C. finished out of the medals at the Canada Winter Games in Halifax.The provincial camp runs includes four one and a half hour on-ice sessions at the Sun Bowl Arena, as well as a number of off-ice fitness, classroom and team building activities at the Sonora Community Recreation Centre. Accommodation and meals will also be held at the Recreation Centre.“After a number of years absence, B.C. Hockey’s Female High Performance Program is excited to return to Osoyoos for the 2011 Summer Development Camp,” said Team BC Director of Operations, Greg Hermiston. “The 2011 edition of Team BC has 13 returning players that competed in Halifax at the Canada Winter Games, and we are set to work hard to prepare for the National Championships.”Following the camp, the team will come together again for a set of exhibition games, which will be held in September.  BC Hockey will release more information on the game schedule in early September.Team B.C. is gearing up for the 2011 Women’s National Under 18 Championships set for Saguenay, Quebec November [email protected]last_img read more

Strike a pose at the Galway Races with the launch of ‘the g Hotel…

first_imgToday marks the launch of ‘the g Hotel Best Dressed Lady’ and ‘the g Hotel Best Hat’ which take place at the Galway Races Summer Festival on Ladies Day, Thursday 3rd August. The g Hotel Best Dressed competition is one of the most stylish events in the Irish social calendar and the lure of prizes worth €12,000 draws the fashion elite from both Ireland and overseas. Following the success of their inaugural sponsorship, General Manager Triona Barrett will be up-ing the ante as she searches for original style in keeping with the very ethos of the g Hotel & Spa. Joining Triona will be TV star, Aoibhín Garrihy whose family hail from across Galway Bay, Irish radio and television personality, Baz Ashmawy and fashion editor Bairbre Power – each bringing a unique perspective to the g Hotel Best Dressed.Taking part in the g Hotel Best Dressed Lady and the g Hotel Best Hat is a very different experience than at other racecourses. Contestants do not enter in advance which gives every lady an equal opportunity to put their best look forward whether style guru or budding fashionista. Ladies Day starts early with gates open from 11am and the judges begin style spotting from 11.30am noting originality, flair and poise. Twenty finalists will be invited to present themselves at the g Hotel Best Dressed Marquee to meet each of the judges in person.“the g Hotel & Spa Best Dressed is widely acknowledged as one of the most prestigious style competitions in Ireland and the UK. With our Irish ladies leading the prize hoard so far this year, we are looking forward bringing the luxury lifestyle of the g to Ballybrit on Thursday 3rd August. It is already promising to be a very glamorous day out and our judging team will have many difficult choices to make” says Triona Barrett, manager of the g Hotel & Spa.For more information on the g Hotel Best Dressed events see http://www.theghotel.ie/best-dressed-lady-galway-races.html . Join the conversation by using the official hashtag of #gHotelBestDressed #GalwayRaces and be in with a chance to win a stay at the fabulous five star g Hotel & Spa. The world renowned design hotel has won many accolades since opening in 2005 and has placed Galway firmly on the international style stage thanks to design director Philip Treacy. It is a popular venue for pre and post racing hospitality and their partnership with the Galway Races has raised the fashion stakes inspiring both young and old to make an impressive style statement whilst at the track.center_img print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Damien Comer Is PwC GAA/GPA Player Of The Month For April

first_imgGalway’s Damien Comer wins the football PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month for AprilTipperary’s Jason Forde takes home the hurling accolade Damien Comer was a key player in Galway’s successful Allianz League division one campaign. The Tribesmen missed out on the 2018 title, with defeat to Dublin in the final; that was their only loss of the entire league. They battled hard in their decider with Dublin, with Comer causing problems throughout. He scored 0-3 on the day.Jason Forde had stand out performances throughout Tipperary’s league campaign, propelling them to the final. Despite defeat, the Silvermines GAA clubman scored a total of 2-12 when they met with Kilkenny in Nowlan Park.Commenting on the announcement, Feargal O’Rourke, Managing Partner, PwC, said: “As the sponsor of the PwC All-Stars, we are delighted to support excellence in young Irish talent.  Working together and making a difference are core values of our business and are also central to performance on the field.  “The April 2018 PwC/GAA/GPA Player of the Month kicks-off the 2018 PwC All-Stars Campaign.  The April Player of the Month winners have been recognised for their outstanding contributions.  Both players have demonstrated great teamwork, effort and commitment, just the vital qualities needed for success in sport and in business.”Speaking on behalf of the GAA, Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan added: “Well done to Damien and Jason on their respective football and hurling awards after hugely impressive finishes to their league campaigns.“Damien played a starring role throughout Galway’s campaign helping them to another final while Jason’s scoring returns were the stand-out feature of Tipperary’s march to a hurling final appearance.“Being honoured by your peers is important and while congratulating both winners I’d also like to acknowledge the ongoing support of PwC for these awards.”Speaking on behalf of the GPA, Chairman and acting CEO Seamus Hickey said: “Congratulations to Damien and Jason on being honoured with this award. This award always holds a special significance for players when they have been chosen by their peers. “Both Damien and Jason are very deserving winners who have demonstrated great leadership and drive whilst playing with Galway and Tipperary respectively.  We look forward to seeing more of the same from both men in this summer’s championship.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The first PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month award winners for 2018 were presented with their trophies at a ceremony at PwC’s head offices in Dublin this morning.  Galway’s Damien Comer was announced as the football winner, while Tipperary’s Jason Forde picked up the hurling award.last_img read more

Major emergency exercise tests Donegal’s reaction

first_imgEmergency services from across Donegal put their teamwork and training to the test today as part of a major emergency exercise which took place in the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny. It was organised by the Northwest Regional Working Group for Major Emergency Management which includes the Principal Response Agencies (PRAs) of Donegal County Council, An Garda Síochána and the HSE (West).The event, which was code-named Exercise Neptune, involved around 100 participants and was based on a rapidly escalating flooding incident in the Finn Valley area with reported casualties and widespread property damage. It was a ‘table-top’ style exercise, i.e. one where team members meet in a workshop-style setting to discuss their roles and their responses to a particular emergency situation. A moderator then guided team members through the discussion using prompts or ‘injects’ as the scenario evolves.The overall objective of the exercise was to strengthen and develop the co-operation and co-ordination arrangements that exist between the PRAs and their partner agencies, namely the Defence Forces, the Irish Coast Guard, the Civil Defence and the Irish Red Cross, when responding to a major emergency brought about as a result of a severe weather event.Exercise Director, Kevin McGarvey, an emergency planning officer with Donegal County Council, said: “We have spent a number of months preparing for this exercise and it provided a valuable opportunity for the Principal Response Agencies and our partner agencies to test our plans, our inter-agency co-ordination and our preparations for a large-scale flood emergency response.“These types of flooding incident are becoming more and more commonplace and carrying out exercises of this nature will make a big difference to the potential outcomes should a real incident occur in County Donegal anytime into the future.” Pictured at the major emergency exercise in the Clanree earlier today are , Back Row L-R, Edel Flynn, Civil Defence Officer, Derek Flanagan, Irish Coast Guard, Michael Harrison, An Garda Síochána, Commandant John Anderson, Defence Forces, Martin McKinney, Irish Red Cross, Edel Quinn, HSE. Front Row, L-R: Kevin McGarvey, Donegal Fire Service, Garry Martin, Donegal County Council, Patrick Keaveny, Emergency Response Officer, HSE.Major emergency exercise tests Donegal’s reaction was last modified: September 27th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more