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first_imgMama’s Cupcakes from Cheshunt, Herts has been crowned overall champion of our national Cupcake Competition, in association with National Cupcake Week.Co-sponsored by Puratos and Chelver, the forthcoming week, 14-19 September, is designed to promote the highly popular baked good and the different recipes bakers can use to create them.Mama’s Black Forest Cupcake was chosen as overall winner and will represent Supreme Saturday during the week. The five other winning entries, which will represent Monday to Friday, were: Eat Your Greens Cupcake created by Country Cupcakes; Summertime Fizz created by The Cupcake Girl; The White Rabbit, created by Fantasy Cupcakes; Crazy Lemon Cupcake by the Crazy Baker; and Very Vanilla by Patacupcake.The guest judging panel included celebrity cake-maker Mich Turner, award-winning baker and author Dan Lepard, and Leiths Baking Bible co-author Fiona Burrell.last_img read more

first_imgPearl Jam‘s Mike McCready has announced a brand new, one-day event, Peak to Sky, set to take place on July 6th, 2019 at Big Sky Events Arena in Big Sky, Montana, where he lives part-time.The new event will see McCready perform alongside Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses), Josh Klinghoffer (Red Hot Chili Peppers), and Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), with additional performances by Brandi Carlile and more to be announced soon.As McCready told local publication Explore Big Sky, “I love playing music with Chad Smith, Duff McKagan and Josh Klinghoffer. I am stoked to play with Taylor Hawkins too … Asking Brandi Carlile to be a part of this event was a no brainer.”Related: Watch Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready Perform Electric National Anthem At Seattle Mariners’ Home Opener [Video]As the Explore Big Sky report notes, Mike McCready’s Peak to Sky blowout marks the most high-profile concert event to hit the scenic Montana town in 16 years. “In 2003, Willie Nelson played in Big Sky, the biggest concert here to date,” said Eric Ladd, CEO of Outlaw Partners, the Big Sky-based media, marketing and events company organizing the event, which also publishes Explore Big Sky. “The energy we had in Big Sky was phenomenal, and ever since I’ve wanted to bring that feeling back to our town.”According to the Explore Big Sky report, McCready came up for the idea for Peak to Sky with Ladd while riding a chairlift on nearby Lone Mountain this winter. Those same mountains will serve as the picturesque backdrop for the new live music event.“It’s an opportunity to put our amazing town and venue on the big stage, an opportunity to put some of the best musicians in the world in front of a crowd from our community,” Ladd said. “These guys have played in front of hundreds of thousands in single shows, and now they’ll play in front of 4,500. It’ll be a one of kind experience.”“This show is going to be awesome and I am looking forward to the town of Big Sky and the surrounding area coming out to rock with us,” McCready told Explore Big Sky. “Maybe this can turn into something that lasts.”Tickets to the inaugural Peak to Sky go on sale on April 19th. For more information and ticketing details, head to the event website here.[H/T Explore Big Sky]last_img read more

first_imgReservists are not full-time members of the Military. They include professionals, such as doctors and lawyers, college students, and blue-collar workers, such as plumbers and carpenters. Because they are part of the community, reserve Soldiers help build a rapport between the Military and the civilian population. Overall, the Guatemalan Armed Forces includes 22,000 Soldiers; 2,000 Military police agents; 900 Sailors; and 750 Air Force members. The Guatemalan Army welcomed more than 50 women to the 2015 training cycle for the Military Reserves, which kicked off in January with events at Constitution Square in the capital, as well as the central parks of the country’s 22 departments. The Guatemalan Army is doing significant outreach to attract women to the Reserves and active service. The Army is considered to offer good professional opportunities for Guatemalan women, with more room for advancement than other fields. “We have had a process of maturity that has allowed for the inclusion of women,” said Defense Minister Manuel López Ambrocio, at the celebration. “They salute Guatemala saying, ‘I’m here.’ They are of vital importance to the Army.” Diversity in the Military Reserves Equalty for women in the Military “Women were admitted for the first time to the Adolfo V. Hall institutes, where they graduate as Reserve Second Lieutenant in the Infantry and bachelors in Arts and Sciences, and they also could attend the Polytechnic School,” Col. Mérida said. “There is a diversity of people who form the Military Reserves. There are some who have not had … the opportunity to graduate from school, and there are professionals,” he said. “Women were admitted for the first time to the Adolfo V. Hall institutes, where they graduate as Reserve Second Lieutenant in the Infantry and bachelors in Arts and Sciences, and they also could attend the Polytechnic School,” Col. Mérida said. Infantry Colonel Enrique Juchuña Cumez, commander of the country’s Military Reserves, told journalists that about 2,300 young people signed up for this year’s class, including more than 50 women. They will be trained in humanitarian aid, disaster mitigation, civil defense, disarming criminals, map reading and knowledge, human rights, and first aid, he said. In addition, Reserve Soldiers are trained to work in Public Security units, and serve on United Nations peacekeeping missions. By Dialogo February 16, 2015 “In a country with limited spaces for women’s involvement, the Army is promoting and creating these spaces for participation,” said retired Army Colonel Mario Mérida. “The female graduates of the Civil Military Institutes Adolfo V. Hall are very successful in universities around the country, while those who graduate from the Polytechnic School are looking forward to a 30-year professional career.” “The Guatemalan society needs to break with some paradigms that assume women have limited possibilities of advancement in the Armed Forces due to their role as mothers, and considering the benefits that derive from women gaining more independence as they become professionals,” he said. While the age to join the Military Reserves is between 18 and 29, the officer highlighted the fact that 61-year-old Corporal Feliciano Carrillo attends training every Sunday. In October, as he visited the Mariscal Zavala Military base in the capital, Col. Juchuña praised the Reservists, who come from all walks of life. The inclusion of women in the Guatemalan Armed Forces was the central message of last year’s commemoration of Army Day and the Anniversary of the 1871 Revolution on June 30. At the time, the Defense Ministry also announced the implementation of a section for coordination and collaboration with the Specific Cabinet for Women, headed by Vice President Roxana Baldetti. Reservists are not full-time members of the Military. They include professionals, such as doctors and lawyers, college students, and blue-collar workers, such as plumbers and carpenters. Because they are part of the community, reserve Soldiers help build a rapport between the Military and the civilian population. The Military Reserves command unit has been helping protect the civilian population since it was created by a presidential decree on September 10, 1954. Women joined the ranks of Military Reservists in 1976. Diversity in the Military Reserves In 2014, a woman earned the rank of First Sergeant, the highest in the Military Reserves, proving that women have opportunities for advancement within the Military, according to Col. Merida. “The Guatemalan society needs to break with some paradigms that assume women have limited possibilities of advancement in the Armed Forces due to their role as mothers, and considering the benefits that derive from women gaining more independence as they become professionals,” he said. Equalty for women in the Military Overall, the Guatemalan Armed Forces includes 22,000 Soldiers; 2,000 Military police agents; 900 Sailors; and 750 Air Force members. On what date does the 2015 military reserves start here in Retalhuleu? In 2014, a woman earned the rank of First Sergeant, the highest in the Military Reserves, proving that women have opportunities for advancement within the Military, according to Col. Merida. While 1980 marked the official inclusion of women in the Military Reserves, 1997 was an important year for Guatemalan women in the Armed Forces. “In a country with limited spaces for women’s involvement, the Army is promoting and creating these spaces for participation,” said retired Army Colonel Mario Mérida. “The female graduates of the Civil Military Institutes Adolfo V. Hall are very successful in universities around the country, while those who graduate from the Polytechnic School are looking forward to a 30-year professional career.” “Guatemala, I’m here,” was the slogan chanted across the Central American nation by the young men and women who registered for the special military training that would lead to becoming members of the volunteer Army Reserves. The young Reservists join during a crucial time, since their country is facing increased security risks due to the prevalence of organized crime. The Guatemalan Army welcomed more than 50 women to the 2015 training cycle for the Military Reserves, which kicked off in January with events at Constitution Square in the capital, as well as the central parks of the country’s 22 departments. The Reservists are divided into 22 command centers with headquarters in the capital of each department. They will receive their training at the squad level, which is comprised of 10 Reserve Soldiers, and at the detachment level, which includes 30 to 40 Reservists. The Reservists are divided into 22 command centers with headquarters in the capital of each department. They will receive their training at the squad level, which is comprised of 10 Reserve Soldiers, and at the detachment level, which includes 30 to 40 Reservists. For Col. Mérida, the inclusion of women in the Armed Forces has been positive since the Army began promoting it in 1972. That year, the Army obtained the first scholarships for Guatemalan women in Mexican Army’s nursing school. The Military Reserves command unit has been helping protect the civilian population since it was created by a presidential decree on September 10, 1954. Women joined the ranks of Military Reservists in 1976. The inclusion of women in the Guatemalan Armed Forces was the central message of last year’s commemoration of Army Day and the Anniversary of the 1871 Revolution on June 30. At the time, the Defense Ministry also announced the implementation of a section for coordination and collaboration with the Specific Cabinet for Women, headed by Vice President Roxana Baldetti. “There is a diversity of people who form the Military Reserves. There are some who have not had … the opportunity to graduate from school, and there are professionals,” he said. “We have had a process of maturity that has allowed for the inclusion of women,” said Defense Minister Manuel López Ambrocio, at the celebration. “They salute Guatemala saying, ‘I’m here.’ They are of vital importance to the Army.” Opportunities for advancement The Guatemalan Army is doing significant outreach to attract women to the Reserves and active service. The Army is considered to offer good professional opportunities for Guatemalan women, with more room for advancement than other fields. In addition, Reserve Soldiers are trained to work in Public Security units, and serve on United Nations peacekeeping missions. “Guatemala, I’m here,” was the slogan chanted across the Central American nation by the young men and women who registered for the special military training that would lead to becoming members of the volunteer Army Reserves. The young Reservists join during a crucial time, since their country is facing increased security risks due to the prevalence of organized crime. In October, as he visited the Mariscal Zavala Military base in the capital, Col. Juchuña praised the Reservists, who come from all walks of life. For Col. Mérida, the inclusion of women in the Armed Forces has been positive since the Army began promoting it in 1972. That year, the Army obtained the first scholarships for Guatemalan women in Mexican Army’s nursing school. Currently, more than 600 women with official rank in the Army are working as field officers, in administration, in peacekeeping operations for the United Nations, and in other posts, Col. Mérida said. Infantry Colonel Enrique Juchuña Cumez, commander of the country’s Military Reserves, told journalists that about 2,300 young people signed up for this year’s class, including more than 50 women. They will be trained in humanitarian aid, disaster mitigation, civil defense, disarming criminals, map reading and knowledge, human rights, and first aid, he said. Currently, more than 600 women with official rank in the Army are working as field officers, in administration, in peacekeeping operations for the United Nations, and in other posts, Col. Mérida said. Opportunities for advancement While 1980 marked the official inclusion of women in the Military Reserves, 1997 was an important year for Guatemalan women in the Armed Forces. While the age to join the Military Reserves is between 18 and 29, the officer highlighted the fact that 61-year-old Corporal Feliciano Carrillo attends training every Sunday. The training, which lasts through November, follows a standardized syllabus. The reservists will undertake Military training along with training in the formation of the nation’s laws, Col. Juchuña explained. The Headquarters Command of the Military Reserves is responsible for providing trained reserve soldiers to support regular Army units responding to emergency situations, such as natural disasters, and to help in military operations if needed. When they are mobilized, Reserve Soldiers are sent to rendezvous centers located throughout the country to coordinate with Army units. The training, which lasts through November, follows a standardized syllabus. The reservists will undertake Military training along with training in the formation of the nation’s laws, Col. Juchuña explained. The Headquarters Command of the Military Reserves is responsible for providing trained reserve soldiers to support regular Army units responding to emergency situations, such as natural disasters, and to help in military operations if needed. When they are mobilized, Reserve Soldiers are sent to rendezvous centers located throughout the country to coordinate with Army units. last_img read more

first_img continue reading » The IRS has revoked the tax-exempt status of a financially troubled California credit union.The $590,634 Jones Methodist Church Credit Union in San Francisco, chartered in 1953 for its members who were being redlined or charged with unfair interest rates by banks, had its tax-exempt status automatically pulled on May 15, 2017 after the cooperative failed to file its Form 990 for three consecutive years.The last time Methodist Church CU submitted its Form 990-N to the IRS was for tax year 2013, according to the federal agency. When a nonprofit organization, including any state-chartered credit union, fails to submit a Form 990 for three consecutive years, that organization’s tax-exempt status is automatically revoked.California credit unions are required to incorporate under the nonprofit mutual benefit corporation law, which makes a credit union eligible to apply for tax-exempt status. However, the state’s law does not require credit unions to have tax-exempt status,  Lila Mirrashidi, California DBO’s deputy commissioner, said. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_imgThe most famous celestial walk in the world is made in the shape of a horseshoe in the USA, ie over Grand Canyon. The $ 30 million project was completed in 2007 and can accommodate a maximum of 120 people at a time. Ticket prices for the 266-meter-long celestial walk over the Grand Canyon range from $ 80 onwards, depending on the package. Otherwise, one cannot buy a separate ticket just for Skywalk, as the sky walk is part of one or more packages that include various other tourist activities. It is the construction of a lookout or skywalk, the first and unique in Croatia. As part of the EU project “New Adrion – Promoting the sustainable use of natural heritage PP Biokovo” on Biokovo is building a unique tourist content in Croatia. Photo: Jadranovo doo Photo: Jadranovo doo Cover photo: Jadranovo doocenter_img The project “New Adrion” is funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014 – 2020, and is an investment in the Biokovo Nature Park with the aim of improving the system of visiting and educating visitors, for the sustainable use of natural heritage . The investment aims to increase the educational capacity of visitors to PP Biokovo through the development of new educational programs and content, increase the number of visitors and the attractiveness of natural heritage through the improvement of visitor and promotional content, and a higher level of visitor safety. The lookout will be in the shape of a semicircle or arch, and it is specific that the floor and the outside will be made of glass, which gives the feeling of a heavenly walk. The lookout will be 12 meters from the edge at a height of 1228 meters. The project should be ready and ready for visitors in 2021. Photo: Jadranovo doo Otherwise, if the weather conditions are ideal, you can see Italy from Biokovo, which is interesting info and sales point for tourists from Italy. last_img read more

first_imgThe next pandemic could come from the Amazon rainforest, warns Brazilian ecologist David Lapola, who says human encroachment on animals’ habitats — a likely culprit in the coronavirus outbreak — is soaring there because of rampant deforestation.Researchers say the urbanization of once-wild areas contributes to the emergence of zoonotic diseases — those that pass from animals to humans.That includes the new coronavirus, which scientists believe originated in bats before passing to humans in China’s rapidly urbanizing Hubei province, probably via a third species. HIV, Ebola, dengueSimilar patterns can be seen with HIV, Ebola and dengue fever — “all viruses that emerged or spread on a huge scale because of ecological imbalances,” he said.So far, most such outbreaks have been concentrated in South Asia and Africa, often linked to certain species of bats.But the Amazon’s immense biodiversity could make the region “the world’s biggest coronavirus pool,” he said — referring to coronaviruses in general, not the one behind the current pandemic.”That’s one more reason not to use the Amazon irrationally, like we’re doing now,” he said.And one more reason to be alarmed by the surge in deforestation by illegal farmers, miners and loggers, he added.Bolsonaro, a climate-change skeptic who wants to open protected indigenous lands to mining and agriculture, deployed the army to the Amazon this week to fight deforestation, in a rare protective move.But Lapola said he would rather see the government reinforce the existing environmental agency, IBAMA, which has faced staffing and budget cuts under Bolsonaro.”I hope under the next administration we’ll pay more attention to protecting what may be the planet’s greatest biological treasure,” Lapola said.”We need to reinvent the relationship between our society and the rainforest.”Otherwise, the world faces more outbreaks — “a very complex process that is difficult to predict,” he said.”We’d better just play it safe.” Last year, in far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s first year in office, deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon surged 85 percent, to more than 10,000 square kilometers (3,900 square miles) — an area nearly the size of Lebanon.The trend is continuing this year. From January to April, 1,202 square kilometers were wiped out, setting a new record for the first four months of the year, according to data based on satellite images from Brazil’s National Space Research Institute (INPE).That is bad news, not just for the planet but for human health, said Lapola, who holds a PhD in earth system modeling from the Max Planck Institutes in Germany and works at the University of Campinas in Brazil.”When you create ecological disequilibrium… that’s when a virus can jump” from animals to humans, he said. Lapola, 38, who studies how human activity will reshape the future ecosystems of tropical forests, says the same processes are in play in the Amazon.”The Amazon is a huge reservoir of viruses,” he told AFP in an interview.”We’d better not try our luck.”The world’s biggest rainforest is disappearing at an alarming rate. Topics :last_img read more

first_imgA Luxembourg-based asset owner, which happens to be a fund management company (ManCo), has issued a request for proposals via IPE Quest for provision of a multi-asset class investment risk management system as well as an investment restrictions monitoring system for its fixed income and equities investment funds.According to search QN-2620, as of end of June 2020, the ManCo managed an umbrella fund with several sub-funds. It mainly invests in government debt instruments issued by emerging and frontier countries, being in hard or local currencies.One sub-fund is only dedicated to investment in equities, mainly blue chips. Derivatives are mainly linear and used for hedging purposes, at the exception of one sub-fund where options are used for speculative purposes, the notice clarified.The risk system, however, should be able to cover a wide range of asset classes in order to cope with the ManCo’s future projects (emerging and frontier corporate fixed income assets for instance). Another important element will be abilities for respondents to demonstrate their expertise and experience in offering multi-asset class risk systems and investment restrictions monitoring services on behalf of ManCos over the past five years.Regarding the risk management system, teh asset owner expects the following coverage:Leverage calculation (sum of notional and commitment as defined by ESMA guidelines 10-788 and CSSF circular 11/512);Value at Risk (compliant with requirements of ESMA guidelines 10-788 and CSSF circular 11/512);A dirty and clean back testing program;Statistical tests such as Kupiec and Christoffersen;Stress tests (historical and hypothetical);Liquidity risk calculations in line with CSSF circular 19/733 and ESMA guidelines 34-39-882;Calculation of SRRI values;Ability to support adhoc regulatory and client risk report risk.Regarding the investment restriction monitoring system, it expects:Coverage of legal rules set by Chapter 5 of the 2010 Law;Coverage of prospectus rules;Impact assessment in case of breach;Eligibility of assets controls.The deadline to participate is 9 September 2020 at 5pm UK time.Swiss pension fund tenders $200m high yield mandateA pension fund based in Switzerland has issued a tender through IPE Quest.The $200m (€167.8m) US high yield mandate – which will be managed as a single investor fund – will follow the Bloomberg Barclays US High Yield 2% Issuer constraint Index as benchmark.According to search QN-2619, the deadline for applications is 4 September at 5pm UK time. Applicants should state performance data to 30 June 2020, gross of fees.Interested managers – which should have a minimum track record absolute of eight years amd a minimum of $2bn of assest under management for this strategy – can respond to the tender in either English or German, the notice said.The IPE news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE Quest, Discovery, or Innovation tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information directly from IPE Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 3465 9330 or email [email protected] read the digital edition of IPE’s latest magazine click here.last_img read more

first_imgNJ.com 27 June 2020Family First Comment: “The unethical choices the tobacco industry made decades ago marketing its addictive and harmful products to kids and the lax government oversight that allowed it to happen are playing out again in California’s legal weed industry, according to a new study… Lynn Silver, the pediatrician and lead author, said she is not opposed to marijuana legalization, but based on what the study found is “deeply concerned by the irresponsible way legalization is occurring in the U.S. that is allowing the emergence of a new tobacco-like industry.”The unethical choices the tobacco industry made decades ago marketing its addictive and harmful products to kids and the lax government oversight that allowed it to happen are playing out again in California’s legal weed industry, according to a new study.With New Jersey voters going to the polls Nov. 3 to decide whether to approve a constitutional amendment expanding its medical marijuana law to all adults 21 and older, the study by the Public Health Institute offers ideas of how the state could take a firmer hand regulating the burgeoning industry.The authors — a pediatrician, an attorney and a research scientist — examined the laws in 534 of California’s 539 cities and counties a year after marijuana was legalized for adults 21 and older in 2018.Lynn Silver, the pediatrician and lead author, said she is not opposed to marijuana legalization, but based on what the study found is “deeply concerned by the irresponsible way legalization is occurring in the U.S. that is allowing the emergence of a new tobacco-like industry.”California has a flourishing market for high-potency products, like edibles and concentrates known as dabs, which lack prominent and explicit warning labels, Silver said. It’s not hard to find dried flowers with THC levels as much as 30%, and as much as three times that amount for concentrates, she said.Cannabis-infused soda and gummies and other products with names like “girl scout cookie” appear to target youth, much in the way “Joe Camel” lured young smokers and cherry and bubble gum-flavored nicotine vapes targeted minors. Billboards promoting marijuana products are commonplace, and cannabis consumption at concerts and fairs is permitted, according to the article.READ MORE: https://www.nj.com/marijuana/2020/06/marijuana-industry-using-tobaccos-old-tactics-of-preying-on-kids-study-says.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

first_imgFormer Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is still in contact with the Spurs players. Pochettino was sacked by Spurs in November following a below-par start to the current season, and he was replaced by Jose Mourinho the very next day. He confirmed to TNT Sports that he had been in touch with some of his former charges in north London, and advised them that football has to take secondary importance during this time.Advertisement Loading… “I told them that there is no need to be at risk and that football takes second place to health,” he said. read also:Pochettino hits out at ‘irresponsible’ football chiefs over pandemic “It seems good to me that measures have already been taken. It is the best way to try to control the virus until a cure is found.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney PrincessesCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universelast_img read more

first_imgJapan’s sumo association on Friday confirmed its first coronavirus case, in a new blow for the ancient sport, which has already been forced to move one tournament behind closed doors and postpone others.One low-ranking wrestler who had a fever last week has tested positive for the virus, the association said, declining to name the man or give details of his stable.Sumo’s spring tournament in Osaka was held behind closed doors over concerns about the coronavirus The association said no other wrestlers or officials had symptoms and those who belong to the infected wrestler’s stable will stay home or at the stable and follow advice from health officials. The outbreak in Japan has been smaller than in many countries, with more than 5,300 cases and 88 deaths confirmed so far, but the government this week declared a state of emergency in seven regions, and the sumo association said it was adapting too. The association has not called off daily training but new instructions include requiring wrestlers to take their temperatures twice a day. The “tokoyama” responsible for styling wrestlers’ hair into their signature oiled topknots have been asked to avoid public transportation when coming to stables, a spokesman said. A young wrestler at a Tokyo stable confirmed daily training was continuing as usual but said activities were limited. “We go out only for (grocery) shopping… Stress is building up in many people,” he added. News of the infected wrestler came a week after the association postponed two sumo tournaments scheduled for later this year. Read Also: Murray, Kerber to play in virtual Madrid Open The spring basho, held last month in Osaka, took place without spectators, with wrestlers surrounded by just a handful of judges in the empty arena. But it was broadcast live on national TV, where viewers could hear sounds normally drowned out by the crowd, including wrestlers slapping their bellies and scraping their feet on the clay ring. Some rituals were amended, including the traditional ladle of water that a winning wrestler offers to the next in the ring. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Sumo stables have cut back training and put in place other restrictions to limit the spread of the coronavirus“We wear masks where possible, wash hands, disinfect hands… We have been taking normal prevention measures,” he told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity.“We don’t visit other stables to practice. We have been practising in our stable only.” Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The World7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone15 Photos Of Amazingly Beautiful MutationsBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks The next sumo “basho” or tournament, scheduled to open on May 10 in Tokyo, has been delayed by two weeks. The July basho in Nagoya suffered the same fate. Tokyo’s basho is expected to begin on May 24 but tickets have yet to go on sale over concerns about a further postponement or cancellation. Loading… last_img read more