Karaganda Region spelled Qaraghandy Region, is a region of Kazakhstan. Its capital is Karaganda; the region's population is 1,341,700, 1,410,218, that of the capital city is 459,778. The region was the site of intense coal mining during the days of the Soviet Union and the site of several Gulag forced labor camps. Following World War II, Joseph Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union, had many ethnic Germans deported to the area. In July 2019, remains of a young couple buried face to face dated 4,000 years back were unearthed in Karaganda region in central Kazakhstan by a group of archaeologists led by Igor Kukushkin from Saryarka Archaeological Institute in Karaganda, it is assumed that the Bronze age couple were 17 years old when they died. Kukushkin supposes that they were from a'noble family' thanks to the buried gold and jewelry artifacts, ceramic pots, woman’s two bracelets on each arm beads, remains of horses and knives found in the grave. With an area of 428,000 km2, Karaganda Region is Kazakhstan's largest region.
Although it doesn't touch the borders of any country, it touches nearly every other region, due to its location in the center of the country. They are: Aktobe Region to the west; the area is flat, given to plains with occasional hills and seasonal streams. Karkaraly National Park, covering 90,300 hectares, is located in the region, as well as Kyzylarai mountain oasis, known for its natural environment and historical sights; the Ishim River, a tributary of the Irtysh River, begins in Karaganda Region. Both river are replenished with water from the Irtysh, supplied by the 451 km long Irtysh–Karaganda Canal. Lake Balkhash is located on the Southeast side; the region is administratively divided into nine districts and the cities and towns of oblast significance of Karaganda, Jezkazgan, Saran and Temirtau. The districts are: Abay District, with the administrative center in the town of Abay; the following nine localities in Karaganda Region have town status: Karaganda, Jezkazgan, Priozersk, Satbayev and Temirtau.
For some decades during the USSR era, the southern part of what is today Karaganda Region was a separate region, known as Jezkazgan Region, with the administrative center in Jezkazgan. Ulsan, South Korea Regional administration website Karaganda Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry Karaganda Region Customs
Manal Benchlikha or Manal is a Moroccan urban pop singer and songwriter. From Marrakech, Manal grew up in the red city where she is still studying business and finance. Having always wanted to be a musical artist, she posted covers on YouTube and was discovered by Hamza Aitkhali, the partner of Moroccan producer DJ Van. After a short stint with DJ Van's label Magic Castle Entertainment and the release of her debut single Denia, which earned her the'Best Female Artist North Africa' award at the Africa Music Awards in 2015, she switched management to Tarik Azzougarh, better known as Cilvaringz and conceptualizer of the world's most expensive musical work sold, Wu-Tang Clan's Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. Manal followed up her debut single with her song Koulchi Ban, the last song she would do with DJ Van; the release of Koulchi Ban received critical acclaim from fans and sparked the interest of Sony Music Middle East. In October 2017, Manal became the first Moroccan to sign to a major label in the Arab world.
In February 2018, Manal released her third single Taj. Due to its music video and a significant departure from Manal's signature sound, Taj started a buzz and garnered millions of views in a short time, it is one of the most viewed Arabic rap song performed by a female artist. After Taj, Manal released the song Nah featuring Moroccan rap duo Shayfeen and had her biggest single to-date, Slay, in collaboration with ElGrandeToto. In April 2019, she followed up with love ballad Nta in September. In November 2019, Manal signed a distribution deal with RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment France, announced the release of her debut album 360. Manal's channel on YouTube
The 2015 China Open was a tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was the 17th edition of the China Open for the men, it was part of ATP World Tour 500 series on the 2015 ATP World Tour, the last WTA Premier Mandatory tournament of the 2015 WTA Tour. Both the men's and the women's events were held at the National Tennis Center in Beijing, from October 5 to October 11, 2015. 1 Rankings are as of September 28, 2015 The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Lu Yen-hsun Wu Di Zhang ZeThe following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Aljaž Bedene Simone Bolelli Denis Istomin John Millman Before the tournament Philipp Kohlschreiber → replaced by Andreas Haider-Maurer Florian Mayer → replaced by Vasek Pospisil Leonardo Mayer → replaced by Víctor Estrella Burgos Rankings are as of September 28, 2015 The following pairs received wildcards into the doubles main draw: Djordje Djokovic / Novak Djokovic Gong Maoxin / Michael VenusThe following pair received entry from the qualifying draw: Julian Knowle / Oliver Marach 1 Rankings as of September 28, 2015.
The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw: Casey Dellacqua Han Xinyun Wang Qiang Zhang Shuai Zheng SaisaiThe following player received entry using a protected ranking into the singles main draw: Dominika CibulkováThe following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Lara Arruabarrena Kateryna Bondarenko Mariana Duque Mariño Irina Falconi Bojana Jovanovski Bethanie Mattek-Sands Monica Puig Yulia Putintseva Before the tournament Victoria Azarenka →replaced by Alison Van Uytvanck Karin Knapp →replaced by Mirjana Lučić-Baroni Sabine Lisicki →replaced by Carina Witthöft Ekaterina Makarova →replaced by Mona Barthel Peng Shuai →replaced by Roberta Vinci Lucie Šafářová →replaced by Alexandra Dulgheru Maria Sharapova →replaced by Julia Görges Serena Williams →replaced by Teliana PereiraDuring the tournament Belinda Bencic Madison Keys Eugenie Bouchard Zarina Diyas Simona Halep Lesia Tsurenko Coco Vandeweghe 1 Rankings are as of September 28, 2015 The following pairs received wildcards into the doubles main draw: Alizé Cornet / Magda Linette Han Xinyun / Yang Zhaoxuan Svetlana Kuznetsova / Samantha Stosur Liang Chen / Wang YafanThe following pair received entry as alternates: Kateryna Bondarenko / Olga Savchuk Before the tournament Garbiñe Muguruza During the tournament Alla Kudryavtseva Mona Barthel Novak Djokovic def Rafael Nadal 6–2, 6–2 Garbiñe Muguruza def Tímea Bacsinszky 7–5, 6–4 Vasek Pospisil / Jack Sock def Daniel Nestor / Édouard Roger-Vasselin 3–6, 6–3, Martina Hingis / Sania Mirza def Chan Hao-ching / Chan Yung-jan, 6–7, 6–1, Official Website
Doolin is a coastal village in County Clare, Ireland, on the Atlantic coast. It borders the spa town of Lisdoonvarna, it is a noted centre of traditional Irish music, played nightly in its pubs, making it a popular tourist destination. There are numerous nearby archaeological sites, many dating to earlier. Doonagore Castle and Ballinalacken Castle are in the area; the area was classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltacht prior to the 1950s, maintains a connection with Irish-speaking areas - including via its maritime connection with the Aran Islands. The scattered village of Doolin comprises three sections - along with a harbour: "The Harbour" is the departing point for boat trips to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher. There is a campsite nearby "Fisher Street" has O'Connor's Pub and several shops and hostels. "Fitz's Cross" has a hostel, two new hotels and another pub which opened in 2006 "Roadford" has McGann's and Mc Dermott's pubs, four restaurants, two hostels and a number of B&Bs.
Trips to Doolin Cave are run from here. The Aille River runs from the hills of the Burren down past Doolin to meet the sea; the small Crab Island is a short distance out from Doolin Harbour, barren except for the remains of a 19th-century stone constabulary outpost. The Great Stalactite, measuring 7.3 metres, was discovered in 1952. Doolin Cave claims. Owing to environmental protection measures, concurrent visitor numbers are limited to 20 per tour. Doolin is a noted surfing destination. A break which generates Irelands biggest wave,'Aill na Searrach', is just off the Cliffs of Moher; the wave features in the movie Waveriders. Crab Island is a local surfing spot; as well as serving as an accommodation centre for visitors to the major limestone rock climbing area of Ailladie, a short 8 km drive away, Doolin has its own less-popular sea-cliff rock-climbing area, with several routes recorded. Like Ailladie, the cliffs are single-pitch steep limestone. There are several smaller inland crags scattered throughout the Burren region, some good bouldering to be found along the coast, most notably at Lackglass, first bouldered in April 2005.
Pubs in Doolin include McDermott's and McGann's. The Micho Russell Festival Weekend is held each year after the last Friday in February. Doolin is one of three places with ferry services to the Aran Islands, which are visible from the town. A ferry service brings tourists from Doolin Pier to the base of the Cliffs of Moher; as Doolin is close to the Cliffs of Moher, a bus service between Galway and Ennis calls at both Doolin and the cliffs in each direction. Bus Éireann route 350 links Doolin to Ennis, Cliffs of Moher, Fanore and Galway. There are a number of journeys each way daily. Onward rail and bus connections are available at Galway. Two regional roads serve the village; the R479 connects the village both with coastal areas to the north and with Lisdoonvarna to the east. The R459 connects the village to the Cliffs of the Burren Way and the Inisheer ferry port. Musicians associated with Doolin, who have lived there or played in its pubs, include Micho Russell and his brothers Packie and Gussie, Sharon Shannon, Davy Spillane, Steve Wickham of The Waterboys.
Doolin is the main setting for the 2007 PlayStation 3 game Folklore. According to the game's storyline, the Netherworld, the world of the dead is a realm that can only be accessed from one place in the world, the sea-side village of Doolin; the Celtic band Gaelic Storm has a fiddle tune which references the town called "The Devil Went Down to Doolin" on their album Herding Cats. List of towns and villages in Ireland
The tenth season of British science fiction television series Doctor Who began on 30 December 1972 with the tenth anniversary special The Three Doctors, ended with Katy Manning's final serial The Green Death. Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor Katy Manning as Jo GrantJon Pertwee continues his role as the Third Doctor, Jo Grant played by Katy Manning makes her final appearance in The Green Death. Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart John Levene as Sergeant Benton Richard Franklin as Mike Yates Roger Delgado as The Master Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor William Hartnell as the First DoctorNicholas Courtney, John Levene and Richard Franklin continue their recurring roles of UNIT personnel Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Sergeant Benton and Captain Mike Yates respectively. Previous lead actors William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton return to guest as the First and Second Doctors in the programme's tenth anniversary serial, The Three Doctors, although illness limited Hartnell's involvement.
This was the first time that previous incarnations of the Doctor had returned to the programme, in what would become a regular feature of anniversary episodes. Roger Delgado makes his final appearance as The Master in Frontier in Space, he died in a car crash in Turkey shortly after the story's transmission. At the conclusion of The Three Doctors, the Doctor is released from his sentence of exile by the Time Lords, enabling him to travel through time and space once again; this ends the cycle of Earth-bound stories where the Doctor was stranded that began at the conclusion of The War Games in 1969. The serials Frontier in Space and Planet of the Daleks both feature the Daleks and lead directly from the first into the second, forming a rough twelve-part epic; the entire season was broadcast from 30 December 1972 to 23 June 1973
Danger! is the first EP by Swedish duo The Sound of Arrows. Danger! was available for free digital download from the site of the record company. The Sound of Arrows are starting out unknown so they’ve only brought in friends this time. Cotton Crew, Panache and Mr Pedro go for the electro-pumping sound; the version by Ice Cream Shout instead takes the route of super-mega twee. Complete with ukuleles and toypianos. All tracks are written by The Sound of Arrows; the Sound of Arrows — lyrics, production and layout of artwork One Size Fits All — logo of artwork Linus Kullman — painting of artwork Björn Baummann — bass Lyrics on LyricWiki