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CaixaForum Barcelona

CaixaForum Barcelona is an art gallery in Barcelona, Spain. It is sponsored by Barcelona bank "la Caixa", opened in 2002 in a former factory. CaixaForum is located on Avinguda de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia; the museum houses art exhibits. The building was commissioned as a textile factory by Casimir Casaramona i Puigcercós, built by the famous Catalan architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Called the "Casaramona factory", it was completed in 1911, the same year won the City Council's award for best industrial building, it closed in 1918, but reopened as a warehouse in 1929. In 1940 the building was used by the Spanish National Police Force, it was used as such until "la Caixa" bought it in 1963, it was opened as a museum in February 2002. The building was restored prior to its opening, a new entrance was built, designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, in a process that included firing 100,000 bricks to match the original ones; the museum, which opened in spring 2002, has three acres of exhibition space, a media library, classrooms and a restaurant.

Visitors descend by escalator to the basement lobby, adorned by a Sol LeWitt mural rise again to the exhibition spaces on the ground floor, within the crenelated brickwork. CosmoCaixa Barcelona CaixaForum Madrid CaixaForum Lleida

Ahad Sheykhlari

Ahad Sheykhlari is an Iranian professional football player, forced to leave the green field unexpectedly due to pressure from his team mates and club’s official whom believed his success foreshadowed his teammates’s popularity. He started his football career as an amateur player in Tabriz dirt fields and neighborhood clubs; the first football club he joined was Charandab’s neighborhood club Peykan. He played his professional career for Machine Sazi, Montakhabeh Tabriz, Idem F. C. Tractor and Esteghlal Rasht F. C.. He had scored 115 goals during his playing career for Tractor as an Striker. At the end of his playing career Vasile Godja manager of Tractor used him as a Defender and he shined well as a successful Sweeper, he represented Iran at national level, playing for Iran's under-20 football team and the Iran national football team and has 20 national caps with five goals. Tractor's fans named him as Tabriz's Maradona due to his aggressive technique and scoring, he kicks the specific skills. After being forced to leave his playing career unexpectedly, he became a football manager, although he had been a player-manager during his player career in Idem F.

C. he started his first sole managerial career in Shahrdari Shot F. C. in 1996-1997 he became U20 Shahrdari Tabriz F. C.’s manager and lead the team to Iran’s U20 champions league and earned the 1st place and the cup he became Tractor’s manager at difficult times when a few matches had passed half season and the team suffered from continuous losses, dead draws and no goals, for a brief period of about six months in 2002, he revived Tractor from what was known to Tractor‘s fans most darkest days, but all the heroic effort of Sheykhlari and the players went in vain due to lost intuitive the club had suffered under Mahmoud Yavari’s management, many fans today still believe that if he was the manager Tractor before season start Tractor never would have fallen to 2nd Division and might have been one of the three tops. He became manager of Shahid Ghandi and led the club to promotion to the Iran Pro League for the first time, he managed other Tabriz based clubs, Machine Sazi, in the verge of demotion to the 2nd division, managed to save the club by 9 matches and an average of 2.3 points per game, Shahrdari Tabriz.

In July 2007, he returned to Tractor as a manager but due to the heavy fringe made by a band of disobedient players whom managed to provoke hooligans against the club the team failed from promotion to the first division, though he left the club at first rank in the table. He was the manager of Mes Soongoun for four years which he took from the 3rd Division to the Azadegan League, he became the first Iranian manager to promote a team from 3rd Division to the 1st in succession every year. TractorHazfi Cup Runner-up: 1993–94 2nd Division Runner-up: 1995–96 Shahid GhandiAzadegan League: 2004–05Mes Soongoun3rd Division: 2011–12 2nd Division: 2012–13 Official website of Ahad Sheykhlari

Robertsganj

Robertsganj is a city and a municipal board in Sonbhadra district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Robertsganj is located in the southeastern corner of the state. Robertsganj is the administrative headquarters of Sonbhadra District; the district Sonbhadra and Robertsganj as its district headquarter was created by carving off the southern part of the earlier Mirzapur district on 4 March 1989. Son, Chandra Prabha, Kanhar, Renu and Belan Rivers drain this area; the city is named after 1st Earl Roberts. Located between Vindhyan Range and Kaimur Range, this area had been the centre of activities of pre-historic man, evident from the rock paintings found in abundance in this region. Robertsganj is located at 24.7°N 83.07°E / 24.7. It has an average elevation of 330 metres from sea level. Robertsganj is located in the south-eastern ranges of the Vindhyachal mountain. Chandrakanta, a popular Hindi novel by Devaki Nandan Khatri is related to Vijaygarh Fort; the princess Chandrakanta of Vijaygarh and the prince Virendra Singh of Naugarh.

Krur Singh, a member of the Vijaygarh king's court who dreams of marrying Chandrakanta and taking over the throne. When Krur Singh fails in his endeavor, he flees the kingdom and befriends Shivdutt, the powerful neighboring king of Chunargarh. Vijaygarh Fort is in Sonbhadra City. Robertsganj is named after the Kanpur-born Field Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts, Commander-in-Chief of the British Indian Army in 1885-93. Robertsganj is located about 90 km from the city of Varanasi, which has the nearest airport. Flights are available to all major Indian cities including Delhi, Kolkata, Agra, Chennai, Khajuraho, Hyderabad, Gaya etc. International connections are Bangkok, Hong Kong and Kathmandu; the Sonbhadra Railway Station connects Delhi, Allahabad, Tatanagar, Bareilly and Kanpur by rail. Some notable trains passing through the town are Muri Express, Jharkhand Swarna Jayanti Express/12873 Triveni Express, Intercity Express. Robertsganj is well connected to Lucknow, Allahabad and Mirzapur by road.

Buses are available at all hours of the day from Varanasi, it takes ​2 1⁄2 hours to cover the distance. The highway connecting Varanasi and Waidhan passes through the city. Though this is not a national highway it is a busy road because of the towns Dalla, Anpara, Shaktinagar which are sufficiently commercialized areas. National Thermal Power Corporation is in Shaktinagar and National Coalfield different projects like Singrauli, Jayant, Amlori,[Kakri etc; these areas have several major coal mines. Churk a nearby town is situated around 10 km, where Jaypee Group is establishing a thermal power project. Robertsganj has a subtropical climate with high variation between summer and winter temperatures; the average temperature is 2 °C -- 15 °C in the winter. The weather is pleasant in rainy season from July to October; as of 2011 India census, Robertsganj is a Nagar Palika Parishad in district of Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh. The Sonbhadra city is divided into 25 wards; the Sonbhadra Nagar Palika Parishad has population of 36,689, of which 19,294 are males while 17,395 are females as per report released by Census India 2011.

In Sonbhadra Nagar Palika Parishad, female sex ratio is of 902 against state average of 912. Moreover, child sex ratio in Sonbhadra is around 867, compared to Uttar Pradesh state average of 902. Population of children with age of 0-6 is 4678, 12.75% of total population of Sonbhadra. Literacy rate of Robertsganj is 84%, higher than state average of 67.68%. In Sonbhadra, male literacy is around 89.32% while female literacy rate is 78.1%. Sonbhadra Nagar Palika Parishad has total administration over 6,196 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage. Water supplies from the Dhandhraul Dam in the Robertsganj City, it is authorized to build roads within Nagar Palika Parishad limits and impose taxes on properties coming under its jurisdiction. Scheduled Caste constitutes 13.72% while Scheduled Tribe were 0.50% of total population in Sonbhadra city. Out of total population, 10,339 were engaged in business activity. Of this 8,362 were males. In census survey, worker is defined as person who does business, job and cultivator and labor activity.

Of total 10339 working population, 80.55% were engaged in main work while 19.45% of total workers were engaged in marginal work. Vijaygarh Fort, Sonbhadra: It is located about 30 km from Robertsganj in south-east direction in Mau Kalan village on Robertsganj-Churk road, in the Sonbhadra District. Built in the 5th century, at a height of 400 feet from the ground level by Kol Kings, the fort is known for its rock inscriptions, cave paintings, many statues and its perennial ponds. There are four ponds inside the premises of the fort. Sodharigarh Durg, Sonbhadra Veer Lorik Stone Son View Point Dhanraul Dam Salkhan Fossils Park Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary Nagwan Dam Lakhaniya Dari Shitala Mandir Sai Temple Shree Banke Bihari Mandir Panchmuki Baraila Mahadev Temple Ram Janaki aur Hanuman Mandir Shivdwar Mata Vaishnav Temple Renukeshwar Mahadev Temple Ram Mandir Radha Krishna Temple Rihand Dam Jwaladevi Temple D. A. V. Public School, Robertsganj Sunbeam, Robertsganj (estd.2014