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Stefano Gallini-Durante

Stefano Gallini-Durante known as Stefano Gallini, is an Italian-born film producer based in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of Mario Gallini, an Italian industrialist, 1960s sailing champion, Fernanda Durante, an author and journalist, he is the stepson of Cristina Formenton Mondadori, daughter of Italian publishing magnate Arnoldo Mondadori, founder of Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, the largest publishing company in Italy and one of the largest publishing companies in Europe. Gallini-Durante is the founder of the Riviera International Film Festival, an independent film festival that takes place annually in Sestri Levante and Portofino, Italy. Tatiana, Siegel. "Emilia Clarke to Star in Indie Psychological Thriller'Voice From the Stone'". Retrieved 2014-06-16. McNary, Dave. "Duo net rights to'Butterfly'". Variety. Retrieved 27 January 2013. Siegel, Tatiana. "Nathaniel Halpern to Write Detective Adventure'Joe Petrosino' for Summit". The Hollywood Reporter. Https://

The Genius (1948 film)

The Genius is a 1948 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas, Perla Aguiar and Carlos Martínez Baena; the film's sets were designed by the art director Gunther Gerszo. Cantinflas is an assistant to a leading scientist, he is pursued by a gang who wish to discover the secret formula for a cheaper fuel that his boss has discovered. Cantinflas as Cantinflas Perla Aguiar as Marisa Miranda Carlos Martínez Baena as Professor Archimedes Monteagudo Alejandro Cobo as Octavio Aurora Walker as Angélica Montes Alfredo Varela as Pepe Montes José Pidal as Doctor Inocencio Violante Eduardo Casado as Presidente de directorio petroleo Francisco Jambrina as Fiscal Pepe Martínez as Lic. Remigio Paredes Felipe Montoya as Señor Humberto Moya Rafael Icardo asAgustín Montes Carmen Novelty as Hija de Angélica Montes Armando Arriola as Ayudante de el Rosca Jorge Treviño as El Rosca José Ortiz de Zárate as Juez Julio Ahuet as Detective Julio Daneri as Miembro directivo petroleo Julián de Meriche as Italiano en directivo petroleo Lupe del Castillo as Portera Pedro Elviro as Empleado corte Edmundo Espino as Doctor Enrique García Álvarez as Señor director Leonor Gómez as Mujer en turba Miguel Manzano as Reportero Paco Martínez as Professor Héctor Mateos as Miembro directivo petroleo Kika Meyer as Espectadora corte José Muñoz as Plomero Manuel Noriega Ruiz as Professor Roberto Y.

Palacios as Plomero José Pardavé as Fotógrafo Remigio Paredes as Invitado Luis Manuel Pelayo as Reportero Ignacio Peón as Miembro jurado Francisco Reiguera as Professor Peralta Humberto Rodríguez as Velador Peter Standish & Steven M. Bell. Culture and Customs of Mexico. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004; the Genius on IMDb

White Stag Leadership Development Program

The White Stag Leadership Development Program, founded in 1958, is a summer leadership training program for youth 10 1/2 -18 led by two California-based non-profits that sponsor leadership development activities. The teen youth staff of the two programs develop and produce several week-long leadership summer training sessions every year for several hundred youth from Central and Northern California and a few youth from other states and countries; the outdoors program is based on hands-on learning methods to develop competencies. The program was founded on the Monterey Peninsula, California, in 1958 by Dr. Béla H. Bánáthy, a Hungarian immigrant who taught at the language school. In the 21st century, there are two programs in California: one in Sacramento, sponsored by the White Stag Association, one in Greenfield, sponsored by the White Stag Leadership Development Academy. Bánáthy drew from his youth experience at the 1933 World Jamboree in Hungary. Years in June 1951, Bánáthy met two more Hungarians teaching at the Army Language School.

Like Banathy, Joe Szentkiralyi and Paul Sujan had attended the attended the 1933 World Jamboree, served in the armed forces, escaped Hungary before Soviet occupation. They were assisted by a local American Scouter, Fran Peterson and Maury Tripp; as Monterey Bay Area Council Training Chairman, Bánáthy developed a program to train Scouts in leadership skills. He collaborated with research psychologist Paul Hood, leader of Task NCO, a U. S. Army project; as part of his Master's thesis, Bánáthy identified eleven specific leadership competencies that he taught in the program's summer camp. The efforts of the four men, assisted by Maury Tripp gained the attention of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, they conducted extensive research that validated Bánáthy's leadership model and developed its own version for nationwide use. They introduced the leadership competencies during the 1970s into both the adult Wood Badge program and youth-focused National Youth Leadership Training; these two programs had focused on teaching Scoutcraft skills and the Patrol Method.

The change to teaching leadership was a marked cultural shift for how both adults and youth were trained in the skills of Scouting. Bánáthy and two of his co-founders have claimed their joint experiences at the Fourth World Scout Jamboree in Gödöllő, were influential in their lives, they drew from this in developing the White Stag program. At the 1933 World Scout Jamboree, a 14-year-old Scout named Bela Bánáthy was kneeling by his campfire when three uniformed men rode up on horseback: Count Paul Teleki, the Chief Scout of Hungary and the Chief of Staff for the jamboree; the men inspected his camp. They rode on. Meeting the Chief Scout of Hungary and Boer War hero Robert Baden-Powell left a deep impression on Bánáthy, he decided. Bánáthy met fellow scout Joseph Szentkiralyi. Hungarian Sea Scouter Paul Ferenc Sujan's camp was visited by Baden-Powell, who asked to taste some of his soup. American Maury Tripp attended the Jamboree from California; these four Scouts would play instrumental roles in forming the White Stag program on the Monterey Peninsula.

At the conclusion of the Jamboree, Baden-Powell gave a farewell speech in which he challenged the Scouts present to pursue the ideals represented by the White Stag. Each one of you wears the badge of the White Stag of Hungary. I want you to treasure that badge when you go from here and to remember that, like the Golden Arrow, it has its message and its meaning for you; the Hungarian hunters of old pursued the miraculous Stag, not because they expected to kill it, but because it led them on in the joy of the chase to new trails and fresh adventures, so to capture happiness. You may look on that White Stag as the pure spirit of Scouting, springing forward and upward leading you onward and upward to leap over difficulties, to face new adventures in your active pursuit of the higher aims of Scouting—aims which bring you happiness; these aims are to do your duty wholeheartedly to God, to your country, to your fellow man by carrying out the Scout Law. In that way you will, each one of you, help to bring about God's kingdom upon earth—the reign of peace and goodwill.

Therefore, before leaving you, I ask you Scouts this question—Will you do your best to make friendship with others and peace in the world? This challenge and the myth of the White Stag inspired Bánáthy. During World War II, he was a junior officer in the Royal Hungarian Army. After being wounded during combat in Russia, through the connections he made at the World Jamboree, he was invited by General Farkas to join the faculty of the Hungarian Royal Academy. While there he served on the National Council of the Hungarian Scout Association and became the voluntary national director for youth leadership development. Escaping Soviet capture at the end of World War II, Bánáthy reached the United States in June 1951, he had been hired to teach at the Army Language School at California. There he became reacquainted with Joe Szentkiralyi. Joseph Szentkiralyi had barely survived World War II, he and his family had lived in the United States in 1939, where Szent

Karuna Shukla

Karuna Shukla was a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. She represented the Janjgir constituency of Chhattisgarh and was a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party political party till 2013, she lost the 2009 elections from Korba to Charan Das Mahant of the Indian National Congress, minister at union govt. She resigned from the BJP on 25 October 2013 citing that the party was "allegedly under the grip of power politics". Karuna is the niece of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. After having ended her 32-year-long association with BJP, on 27 February 2014, she joined Indian National Congress and contested 2014 Loksabha election from Bilaspur constituency in Chhattisgarh, she was defeated BJP's Lakhan Lal Sahu by a margin of 176,436 votes. She lost, she was defeated by former Chief minister Sri Raman Singh Home Page on the Parliament of India's Website

Persija Jakarta

Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Jakarta, is a football team based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Persija Jakarta is the most successful football team in Indonesia; the team has won 11 league titles and have never been relegated since the competition start in 1930. Persija is one of the teams. In 1928, some youth from Jakarta had the idea to create a football team with one goal is making the struggle movement at that time occupiers through sport, and they founded the club as Voetbalbond Indonesische Jacatra. MH Thamrin is one of the youth who founded Persija and involved in VIJ, now Persija Jakarta, he aqiltook care and helped VIJ in many ways, one of them was to construct the VIJ Stadium in Petojo, Central Jakarta using his own money. On the journey, Persija became the most successful team in the Perserikatan winning it, 9 times and managing to become champion by the time the start of the competition was held. Persija plays their home matches at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium along with Indonesia National Football Team.

In their history, the club used several stadium for their home ground. There are VIJ Stadium, Menteng Stadium, Lebak Bulus Stadium. For the 2017 Liga 1, Persija along with Bhayangkara F. C) used the Patriot Chandrabhaga Stadium as their home stadium because the GBK stadium was being renovated for the 2018 Asian Games. For the 2018 Liga 1, Persija had no fixed home pitch due to Gelora Bung Karno Stadium being used for the 2018 Asian Games, 2018 Asian Para Games, the 2018 AFC U-19 Championship, switched between playing their home matches at GBK, Patriot Chandrabhaga Stadium, Pakansari Stadium, Wibawa Mukti Stadium, Sultan Agung Stadium and PTIK Stadium. Current Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan have decide to build a new stadium for Persija in North of Jakarta, which will be called Jakarta International Stadium, now it is being built; the new stadium is targeted to be completed by October 2021. From other source, the new stadium will be named as M. H. Thamrin Stadium to appreciate the Indonesia national hero Mohammad Husni Thamrin, which one of the founder of Persija Jakarta.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Note: The club policy lists the supporters as player number #12. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality; as of 23 February 2020 Persija Jakarta's traditional football club colour is red as their home kit. In 1997 Persija replaced it with orange colour due to the decision of Jakarta governor at that time, Sutiyoso, as he wants to make Persija's colour similar to Jakarta's government colour; because of it, when Persija's supporter founded in the same year, they decide to wear orange colour as the identity of Jakarta's football supporter colour. After 19 years, in 2016 they decide to return to their traditional red colour; as they believe that wearing their old colour will bring back the spirit of their glory in old era. The colour of their away jersey is white, but in some era, black is picked as the colour of their away jersey while orange colour was chosen as their third jersey in current era.

Persija Jakarta's supporters called The Jakmania. Founded in 1997 by Gugun Gondrong and Ferry Indrasjarief with orange colour as their identity; the Jakmania is one of the biggest football club supporters in Indonesia. In every Persija's home match over 50.000 spectators come to support Persija. They were allowed to come to every place of the away match, except for the matches against Persib Bandung and Persebaya Surabaya because of restrictions by the Indonesia national security otoritation in order to avoid the clash between each supporters. Not only rival clubs that have anthems; the song "Satu Jiwa" is an anthem, always sung when the match is over, this song was created directly by the Chairman of Jakmania. Persija have a rivalry with Persib Bandung. Both teams first met in the 1933 Perserikatan and competed to be champions, at that time Persija won the competition while the Persib were runners-up; the following year in the 1934 Perserikatan, again they competed and Persija won again by beating Persib who to be runner-up again in the competition at that time.

This derby is called as the "Indonesian Derby". Some people call it as "Indonesian El Clásico". But, the rivalry between the two teams only heated up in the 2000s; because of the enmity of their two supporters and the rivalry now is seen more as a rivalry between each team's supporters group. Influenced by the media and some individuals that want the rivalry to be preserved, many hostile incidents involving the two supporters group are still occurring until this day. There have been many events and incidents that occurred as the result of enduring hostility between these two hard-line supporters. In 2014, there had been a reconciliation held by the West Java Police to avoid unnecessary future clashes; the rivalries with PSM Makassar is emotional up to now and can be called the Red Derby recalling the Perserikatan era. Persija Jakarta's has competition with several clubs in the Perserikatan between PSM Makassar, Persebaya Surabaya, PSMS Medan. Persija has been honoured with many titles included some international tournament titles.

It makes the club as the most successful club in Indonesia history. Persija Jakarta is the title holder of Liga 1 2018, the highest level of Indonesia football competition. Asian Club Champions