York Rafael

York Rafael is a Swedish footballer who plays for Kalmar FF, primary as a left midfielder. York Rafael started his football career with Gävle side Brynäs IF in 2011, he joined Sandvikens IF's youth academy two years and made his senior debut with them as a 15-year-old in Division 2. In 2015 Rafael went on trials with European clubs Watford and Lazio, as well with Swedish IFK Göteborg the previous year, without signing any contracts. After having been linked with a move to AIK, Rafael instead joined Allsvenskan club Gefle IF on loan in August 2016, he made his Gefle debut in Svenska Cupen, playing 90 minutes against Söderhamns FF on August 24. It was followed up with his professional debut in Allsvenskan three days against Djurgårdens IF, in which he came on as a substitute in the final minutes. On 11 December 2017, he joined IFK Värnamo in Sweden's second tier. During the 2018 season, York returned to his old club Sandvikens IF on loan. On 11 December 2018, Kalmar FF announced, that they had signed Rafael on a deal until the end of 2021.

He won his first youth international cap for Sweden U17 on 4 August 2015, in Sweden's 3–0 win against Iceland. He played six games in total for U17, for which he is still eligible to play for, until he was called up to Sweden's U19 squad in September 2016, he has scored one goal in three games so far. Due to his dual citizenship with Rwanda, he was invited to play for Rwanda national football team in 2015. However, he has not decided. Rafael is of Rwandan descent, but was born and raised in Gävle, Sweden, to an Angolan mother and Portuguese father, he is a practicing Christian. He cites Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben as his idol; as of 21 October 2016 York Rafael at SvFF York Rafael national team profile at SvFF York Rafael at Soccerway

Bharat Coking Coal

Bharat Coking Coal Limited is a subsidiary of Coal India Limited with its headquarter in Dhanbad, India. It was incorporated in January, 1972 to operate coking coal mines operating in the Jharia and Raniganj Coalfields and was taken over by the Government of India on 16 October 1971; the company operates 81 coal mines which include 40 underground, 18 opencast and 23 mixed mines as on April 2010. The company runs 6 coking coal washeries, two non-coking coal washeries, one captive power plant, five by-product coke plants; the mines are grouped into 12 areas for administration purposes. BCCL is the major producer of prime coking coal in India. Medium coking coal is produced in its mines in Barakar areas. In addition to production of hard coke, BCCL operates washeries, sand gathering plants, a network of aerial ropeways for transport of sand, a coal bed methane-based power plant in Moonidih. Bharat Coking Coal Limited gave an annual coal production of around 37.04 million tonnes in 2016-17 with a turnover of ₹11,505 crore.

It has a manpower of about 49,901 as on 01.10.2017. A broad area-wise distribution of coalmines of Bharat Coking Coal Limited is given below: Note: All the linked Area pages provide relevant details of the collieries and carry maps indicating the location of the collieries Central Hospital, Dhanbad situated at Jagjivan Nagar comes under direct administrative control of BCCL and managed by Medical Department of BCCL; the hospital is 650 bedded tertiary clinic with many specialties and super-specialties branches and one of the largest among all Hospitals operated by Coal India Limited. It caters to residents and employees of BCCL; the hospital operates a College of Nursing from its campus. Coal mining in India Coal India Official Website Coal India Limited