Gilbert Plains is an unincorporated urban community in the Gilbert Plains Municipality within the Canadian province of Manitoba that held town status prior to January 1, 2015. It is located between Dauphin and Grandview, it is 250 miles northwest of Winnipeg. Gilbert Plains railway station receives Via Rail service; the local newspaper, The Exponent, services its neighboring town, Grandview. Incorporated in 1906, the original townsite was some miles to the south; the community was named for Gilbert Ross, a Métis man, living in the region when the first European settler, Glenlyon Campbell, arrived. On January 1, 2015, the Town of Gilbert Plains relinquished its town status when it amalgamated with the Rural Municipality of Gilbert Plains to form the Gilbert Plains Municipality. Gilbert Plains is situated on the Valley River, in the parkland country between Riding Mountain National Park and Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Map of Gilbert Plains at Statcan
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi is a polytechnic based in Mubi, Adamawa State, northeastern Nigeria. The Federal Polytechnic, Mubi is one of the seven Federal Polytechnics established by Decree No. 33 of 1979. It opened in August of the same year as the Federal Polytechnic, Yola, on the rocky side of the north bank of Benue River. Following a Presidential directive, the Polytechnic was relocated to Mubi in October 1982 but still maintain its site in Yola as Consultancy Services Unit. In Mubi the institution inherited the building of the defunct Federal School of Sciences. At present the infrastructures so inherited are being renovated and refurbished to suit Polytechnic requirement. More however, complete new science and engineering laboratories and studio have sprung up with heavy machines telling the tales of modem technology. A standard lecture theater, a library complex, a duplex Office block for the School of Business and General Studies, a block of offices and classrooms for the department of Basic & Applied Sciences, Agricultural Science complex, Food Science & Technology complex and an additional female hostel block among others, are now in place.
On its movement to Mubi, it took over the facilities of the defunct Federal School of Arts and Science. The Polytechnic commenced operations with programs in Preliminary Studies in the Sciences and Management; the products of these programmes formed the bulk of the candidates admitted for the pioneer National Diploma Programames in the ten Departments of the Polytechnic as at then. These were Agricultural Technology and Chemical Technology and Analysis, Hotel and Catering Management, Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Secretarial Studies and Business Administration and Management; the National Certificate in Education was introduced in 1982. The programs in the Polytechnic continued to grow modestly but such that by 2006 the institution had fourteen academic departments and over 3000 students, well above the initial 138 students. Since August 2007, under the progressive leadership of Dr. Mustapha Mohammed Barau, the Polytechnic experienced a monumental growth.
As at the 2009/2010 academic session the institution had a students population of well over 14,000 and 36 accredited programs with most modern infrastructure to match. A plan for additional school and seventeen academic departments has reached an advanced stage; the number of staff, which at inception was ten has grown to about two thousand. The Federal Polytechnic, the foremost educational institution of its type in the North-east sub-region, operates school system running various programs in several disciplines at the levels of Higher National Diploma, Higher Diploma, National Diploma and Certificate. There are Sandwich programs offered during the long vacation in addition to the planned Bachelor of Technology degree program; the Polytechnic has a Center for Entrepreneurship Education. Since inception, the Polytechnic has endeavored to empower so many with both the technical and entrepreneurial skills needed to fight and alleviate poverty. A massacre occurred at the Polytechnic on 1-2 October 2012
Santa Bahadur Rai is former chairman of National planning commission and secretary of Ministry of Housing and physical planning of the government of Nepal. He is the first person from Kirat community to reach such position in the government of Nepal. 1954: S. L. C, Government High School Darjeeling, India 1954 - 1956: I. Sc, Government College Darjeeling, India 1956 - 1958: B. A. Government College Darjeeling, India 1959 - 1961: B. Ed. Tribhuwan University Kathmandu, Nepal 1967 - 1969: M. Sc. Michigan State University, United States Chairman Secretary Member of Raj Parishad Member, Aug.1991 to 1993 Constitutional Public Service Commission Position Kamal Pokhari, Kathmandu Chairman, Jan. 1994 to Nov. 3 2001 Chairman Public Service Commission Kamal Pokhari, Kathmandu Secretary, 1988-27 Aug 1991 Executive Chief of the Ministry of Housing and Physical Ministry Planning, His Majesty’s Government Secretary, 1986-1987, Executive Chief of the Ministry of Local Development Ministry His Majesty’s Government Secretary, 1984-1986 Executive Chief of the Ministry of Supply, His Majesty’s Government Additional Secretary, 1986-1987 Executive Chief of the Ministry of Panchyat and Ministry of Local Development His Majesty’s Government Director General, Feb 1977 – Oct 1981 Ministry of Panchyat and Local Development His Majesty’s Government Deputy Director, Jul 1972 – Jan 1977 Ministry of Panchyat and Ministry of Local Development, His Majesty’s Government Chief Districts Officer, Oct 1969 – Jun 1972 Local Development Officer, Apr 1961 – Sep 1969 Gorkha Dakshina Bahu Gorkha Dakshina Bahu
The Mainland Premier League is a league competition run by Mainland Football for association football clubs located in the northern half of the South Island, New Zealand. It is regarded by the New Zealand footballing community as the strongest football league in the South Island of New Zealand and features current and former ASB Premiership players; the competition runs between March and August each year, consists of seven teams based in Christchurch, one team in Nelson. There are 21 rounds; the winner of the league qualifies for the South Island Championship, a one-off game against the winner of the FootballSouth Premier League, hosted by the two federations in alternate years. By statute, the winners of the Canterbury Championship League, Nelson Bays region's Division One League play in a home and away play-off, with the winner of the tie receiving promotion to the Premier League. However, due to potential extra costs including travel, the winner of the Nelson Bay's Division One title forgoes the right to a play-off.
This means that the winner of the Canterbury Championship League title is promoted to the Premier League. In 2012, Woolston Technical and Cashmere Wanderers were merged into Cashmere Technical, they replaced the Woolston side that had finished 6th in the 2011 competition. Merged teams Coastal Spirit, FC Twenty 11 entered the Premier League through promotion from the Division One competition. In the 2012 season, Christchurch United were relegated from the league after a season-long relegation battle with FC Twenty 11. Nomads United, who won the Division One title, have been promoted back up to the Premier League. Coastal Spirit completed a switch of home ground for the 2013 season from Linfield Park to Cuthberts Green. However, in 2014 they were forced to move back to Linfield because Cuthberts was deemed not up to be up to Premier League standard by Mainland Football. Universities were forced to play their home games away from Ilam fields for the same reason; the 2013 season was one of the closest competitions in recent memory.
Ferrymead Bays set the pace early on, but soon fell away in the middle of the season after 4–0 home defeat to Nelson Suburbs in a top of the table clash. After several strong title challenges by the top four teams Cashmere Technical emerged victorious, succumbing to only two losses in the league, 3 in a season that saw them win the treble which included the South Island Championship, the Chatham Cup. FC Twenty 11 were relegated to the Mainland Division One Competition, with the University of Canterbury replacing them after securing the Mainland Division One title; the 2014 season began with Nelson Suburbs being beaten 4-1 at home by the newly promoted Universities. Both Cashmere Technical and Western continued their strong form from the 2013 season. Cashmere were unbeaten for the first 10 games until an 11th round 1-0 defeat to Nelson Suburbs on 31 May; this was Cashmere's first defeat since 1 June 2013. Tech rebounded and secured their second straight title, with two games to spare. In the final round, University managed a 6-2 win over Coastal, enough to secure their 2015 MPL status through goal difference.
Their closest rivals, only needed to win, but could only muster a 2-2 draw with Nelson. In Division One, Christchurch United secured promotion to the 2015 MPL after a close battle with Selwyn. For Cashmere, it was another successful season where they retained the South Island Championship and won the Chatham Cup; the English Cup is a knock-out competition, sponsored by Stadium Cars, features all clubs within the Mainland Football Federation. All games are played mid-week at the neutral venue of English Park. Western AFC are the current holders of the trophy after defeating Cashmere Technical 1-0; the 2015 English Cup commences on Tuesday 12 May with Ferrymead Bays facing Cashmere Technical. A total of 16 teams entered the competition. Included are all Mainland Premier League, Division One teams, as well as Burwood, FC Twenty 11, Hornby United, Hurunui Rangers, Nomads United, Papanui-Redwood, Parklands AFC, Selwyn United, Waimak United. Mid Canterbury withdrew from the competition during the 2014 Division One season.
As a result, they were relegated. 1998 - Christchurch United 1999 - Halswell United 2000 - Halswell United 2001 - Halswell United 2002 - Ferrymead Bays 2003 - Nomads United 2004 - Nelson Suburbs 2005 - Nelson Suburbs 2006 - Ferrymead Bays 2007 - Nomads United 2008 - Nelson Suburbs 2009 - Woolston Technical 2010 - Woolston Technical 2011 - Ferrymead Bays 2012 - Ferrymead Bays 2013 - Cashmere Technical 2014 - Cashmere Technical 2015 - Cashmere Technical 2016 - Cashmere Technical 2017 - Ferrymead Bays Cashmere Technical's MPL titles in 2009 and 2010 were won by Woolston Technical, merged in 2012. Mainland Premier Football League Table
Mémoire is the debut EP/studio album by Malice Mizer released on July 24, 1994. It is their only official material released with original vocalist Tetsu, besides "Speed of Desperate" for the 1993 omnibus Brain Trash, it was reissued on December 24 of the same year as Mémoire DX, containing an additional track and an expanded booklet. The cover illustration and the typography of the band's name which would serve as the band's logo were inspired by Mylène Farmer's album Ainsi soit je.... All lyrics are written by Tetsu. Tetsu – lead vocals, acoustic guitar Mana – synth guitar, keyboards Közi – synth guitar, keyboards Yu~ki – bass guitar Kami – drums, percussion E~da – female voice
Tredegarville Baptist Church is a Baptist chapel in the suburb of Roath, Cardiff. It was established to reach Roman Catholics with the Gospel and although this remains a part of their ministry, it was formed as an offshoot of Bethany chapel, located in Cardiff City Centre. The minister of Bethany, Alfred Tilly, together with 111 of his parishioners, left to found the new cause, they began in rooms in City Road in 1860. Work commenced the following year on a permanent place of worship; the site was donated by Lord Tredegar himself, said to have insisted that the church be cruciform in design. A schoolroom was opened on 3 December 1861, with the chapel itself following in 1862; the limestone used to build the church was once believed to have come from Italy, but is more to have hailed from Galway as ballast in coal ships. In its earlier years, the church had two small pinnacles on its roof, but these have since been removed. In addition to the gift of the and from Lord Tredegar, the church was generously supported by the wealthy Cory family.
Of an evangelical bent, it founded several missions elsewhere in Cardiff and engaged in missionary work abroad. William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army gave his first worship service in Cardiff at the church in 1863 because of Tredegarville's huge effort in establishing the cause; the missionary to China Timothy Richards was very grateful to Tredegarville for its financial support in his ministry. Tredegarville's missionary to the Congo Henry Richards is recognised today as one of the greatest Baptist missionaries of America when it adopted the David Livingstone mission as its own. Grade II Listed since 1999, the church has a present fellowship of around 100. Missionary work is still a feature of its activities, with operations in evangelising Muslims in Roath, a suburb with a diverse ethnic makeup, in 2013, the church's congregation had members from 84 different nations