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Edlumino Education Aid is a not for profit charity working to improve education for disadvantaged and displaced children around the world. It is a non-governmental organisation registered with the UK Charity Commission as charity number 1166131 Edlumino is based in Cambridge and the date of registration was 18 March 2016. Edlumino worked in the Calais Jungle during the Autumn of 2015, providing education to the Syrian and Kurdish children living there. Teachers worked out of community huts in the camp and taught in the open air when there were too many pupils. In addition, Edlumino set up a makeshift school in the Basroch refugee camp where they taught 300 children. Many UK schools donated resources and many UK teachers volunteered to work with Edlumino, in order to ensure that classes could be continued until the camp closed. Whilst based in Basroch refugee camp Edlumino taught in the open air and worked out of a series of tents, re-engaging children, out of education for several years, working in an challenging Humanitarian situation.

After the closure of Basroch refugee camp Edlumino moved and commenced work in the new camp of La Liniere refugee camp. In this camp Edlumino continued to provide education to several hundred Kurdish children; as part of their work with the children Edlumino has raised concerns about the numbers of children going missing. Edlumino finished working in France after a transition project to transfer the refugee children from La Liniere camp in to the French education system. In Greece Edlumino carried out work teaching children in the Faneromeni refugee camp at Eleousa near Ioannina in the Epirus region of central Greece; the population in that camp were YazidiAs well as direct teaching of children in the camps, Edlumino provided training and support to other educational programmes in the Thessaloniki region of Northern Greece. In the Autumn of 2016 Edlumino was one of the UK charities which worked to put in place measures to support unaccompanied minors during the closure of the Calais Jungle. Edlumino carries out work in the UK visiting schools and talking to pupils to raise awareness about the issues affecting refugee children around the world.</ref>

Edlumino works with UK teachers to offer training and opportunities for teachers to refresh their educational purpose and mission. In addition Edlumino works with teenage refugee children in the UK, providing advice and support to ensure that they get the education which they need. Educational equity Female education Free education Freedom of education World Education Forum Universal access to education Refugee Education in an International Perspective, dossier by Education Worldwide, a portal of the German Education Server Edlumino Education Aid Website Edlumino Education Aid Facebook Page Edlumino Education Aid Twitter Page Edlumino Education Aid Linked In Page

Massive (band)

Massive is a hard rock band from Melbourne, Australia. The current line up consists of Ben Laguda, Brenton Kewish and Andrew Greentree. In the edition of 20 April 2016 of Kerrang Magazine they were described as a band "more than ready to follow in Guns N Roses footsteps", they have been featured in Rolling Stone Classic Rock Magazine and Metal Hammer The band are signed to Earache Records. Massive formed in 2012 when past high school friends Brad Marr and Jarrod Medwin, who were in separate bands at the time, joined up to co-write some songs; the pair spent three months in a farm house attic demoing what would become the foundations of the band's debut album Full Throttle. That same year the line up was completed by brothers Aaron and Ben Laguda. Having all played in several local bands Massive wanted to get into the studio and in December 2012 they booked three weeks at Light Hill Studios in Melbourne's north start work on their debut album. In March 2013 the band announced a short Australian tour with Glenn HughesHaving been a fan of the band, Aidan McGarrigle joined on bass in May 2013.

The band were signed by Earache Records in February 2014 after owner Digby Pearson fell in love with the album. Full Throttle was given away free on the May 2014 edition of Classic Rock Magazine, and made available for free download on Google Play in the UK before its official release date. In mid 2014 their first European tour was announced supporting UK rock act The Treatment and American southern rock band Blackberry Smoke as well as a festival appearance at Hard Rock Hell 8 Immediately after the tour, the band once again moved into Light Hill Studios to start work on their follow up album "Destination Somewhere" The band completed 5 songs before deciding to halt recordings so they could write some more. Brendan Forward having moved from Newcastle, Australia to pursue his music career joined Massive on his 27th birthday in April 2015 while the band were in the middle of an Australian tour. In late 2015 it was announced that Massive would be supporting Screaming Jets for 30 dates around Australia.

A year after recording the album "Destination Somewhere" was released worldwide through Earache Records on 22 April to critical acclaim and went back on the road around Australia for a second support tour with the Screaming Jets who had asked for the band. In August 2016 they announced their first European headline tour which they called the Aussie Wrecking Crew Tour, an all Aussie line up spanning 25 dates, they played main stage at Hard Rock Hell 10. The Massive "Round 2" UK tour was announced after for November adding another 16 shows to their lengthy European visit; the band took a well earned break at the beginning of 2017 but in April they announced they will be supporting American Funk Rock band Living Colour on their Australian tour as well as brand new single titled "Calm Before the Storm" and a return to the UK in June, their 4th tour in as many years: This time with original lead guitarist Ben Laguda back in the band, playing a handful of summer festivals including the first instalment of Amplified Festival, Ramblin' Man Fair, Stone Free Festival alongside bands such as ZZ Top, Glenn Hughes, Extreme and Rival SonsIn late 2017, the band announced that drummer Jarrod Medwin will be leaving the band.

Former Black Diamond drummer Andrew Greentree was named as Massive's new drummer in early 2018 after an exhaustive process of over 100 applicants. In 2018, Massive announced a new 5 year record deal with European hard rock label Off Yer Rocka with the bands 3rd studio album to be released by the label on February 1st 2019; the band announced 52 date tour stretching across 10 countries to promote the release of the new album. On February 11th 2019, Rebuild Destroy entered the official Australian Independent charts at #1. Brad Marr – Vocals, Guitar Ben Laguda – Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals Andrew Greentree - Drums Brenton Kewish - Bass Aaron Laguda – Bass Brendan Forward – Lead Guitar, Vocals Jarrod Medwin – Drums, Backing Vocals

Guy Lovell

William Guy Lovell is a former English cricketer. Born at Whitehaven, Lovell made a single appearance in List A cricket for Essex against Lancashire at Old Trafford in the 1991 Refuge Assurance League, he did bowl six wicketless overs. Two years he played minor counties cricket for Cumberland, making two appearances in the Minor Counties Championship, he played one match for the Lancashire Cricket Board in the 1998 Minor Counties Knockout Trophy. After his brief playing career, Lovell became a plumber in Lancashire. Alongside Don Topley, he alleged that the match he played in between Lancashire and Essex was fixed. Guy Lovell at ESPNcricinfo

2008 PBA Fiesta Conference

The 2008 Philippine Basketball Association Fiesta Conference known as the 2008 Smart PBA Fiesta Conference for sponsorship reasons, was the last conference of the 2007-08 PBA season. The tournament began on March 29 with a game between the Coca-Cola Tigers and the Talk'N Text Phone Pals at Panabo, Davao del Norte. Opening ceremonies were held the day after at the Araneta Coliseum. All ten teams are permitted to acquire one non-Filipino of unlimited height as reinforcement. Furthermore, the two worst performers in the elimination round of the previous conference, will be able to acquire another import but with a height limit of 6 ft 1 in. Double round eliminations. Worst team would be eliminated. Sixth- to ninth-best teams figure in the one-game wildcard playoffs. Sixth seed vs. Ninth seed Seventh seed vs. Eighth seed Winners will figure in a playoff to advance to the quarterfinals. Third- to fifth-best teams, the winner of the wildcards advance to the best-of-three quarterfinals. Third seed vs. winner of wildcards.

Fourth seed vs. fifth seed. The two best teams and the winners of the quarterfinals advance to the best-of-seven semifinals. First seed vs. winner of the third seed/wildcard winner quarterfinal series Second seed vs. winner of the fourth seed/fifth seed quarterfinal series The winners of the semifinals advance to the best-of-seven Finals. Legend: GB = games behind. Finals Most Valuable Player: Ronald Tubid and Eric Menk Best Player of the Conference: Jayjay Helterbrand Best Import of the Conference: Chris Alexander Players of the Week: March 29-April 6: Kelly Williams April 7–13: Danny Seigle April 14–20: Cyrus Baguio April 22-May 4: Mark Cardona May 5–11: Asi Taulava & Rob Wainwright May 12–18: Willie Miller May 19–25: Mark Caguioa May 26-June 1: Gary David June 2–8: Jayjay Helterbrand June 9–15: Jayjay Helterbrand June 16–22: Lordy Tugade & Ren-Ren Ritualo June 23–29: Jayjay Helterbrand June 30–July 6: Gary David & Mark Caguioa July 7–July 13: Joseph Yeo July 14–July 20: none July 21–July 27: Mark Caguioa July 28–August 3: Gary David The following is the list of imports, which had played for their respective teams at least once, with the returning imports in italics.

Highlighted are the imports. Philippine Basketball Association official website

Patharkandi (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Patharkandi Assembly constituency is one of the 126 constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Assam state in northeastern India. Patharkandi is one of the 5 constituencies located in Karimganj district. Patharkandi is part of Karimganj along with 7 other assembly segments, Patharkandi, Karimganj North, Karimganj South, Ratabari in Karimganj district, Hailakandi and Algapur in Hailakandi district. 1951: Gopesh Namasudra, Communist Party of India 1957: Biswanath Upadhyay, Independent 1962: Ramdeb Malah, Indian National Congress 1967: M. R Kando, Independent 1972: Biswanath Upadhyay, Indian National Congress 1978: Fakhrul Islam, Independent 1983: Moin Uddin, Independent 1985: Monilal Gowala, Indian National Congress 1991: Madhusudhan Tiwari, Bharatiya Janata Party 1996: Shukhendu Shekhar Dutta, Bharatiya Janata Party 2001: Monilal Gowala, Indian National Congress 2006: Kartik Sena Sinha, Bharatiya Janata Party 2011: Monilal Gowala, Indian National Congress 2016: Krishnendu Paul, Bharatiya Janata Party Patharkandi Patharkandi railway station