Katsuji Matsumoto was a Japanese illustrator and shōjo manga artist. Matsumoto's 16-page The Mysterious Clover is recognized as a pioneering work in the field of manga, but he is best known for his shōjo manga Kurukuru Kurumi-chan, serialized from 1938 to 1940, again from 1949 to 1954, his illustrations were popular from the 1930s through the 1950s, he contributed illustrations to numerous popular girls' novels by some of the period's most famous authors, including Yasunari Kawabata and Nobuko Yoshiya. He was a prolific illustrator of children's books and created merchandise for babies, small children, girls; the Gallery Katsuji Matsumoto in Tokyo is managed by his surviving children. Matsumoto was born in Kobe, the son of Toraji and Ishi Matsumoto, but moved with his family to Tokyo at the age of eight. At the age of 13, he began attending what was called Rikkyō Middle School. Through the introduction of a teacher at Rikkyō, Matsumoto began drawing illustrations for the magazine Shinseinen at the age of 17.
Matsumoto withdrew from Rikkyō at the age of 18 and began attending the Kawabata ga gakkō. During this time he contributed drawings to such magazines as Shōjo Shōnen sekai, it was during this period that Matsumoto was inspired by illustrator Kōji Fukiya to become an illustrator in the field of girls' media. Following the devastation of Tokyo, including its publishing industry, in the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake, Matsumoto decided to try his fortunes overseas, managed to obtain free passage to Shanghai, his hope was to make his way to Paris. In Shanghai, he earned money by contributing illustrations and articles to the Shanhai nichinichi shinbun, but when he turned twenty years of age, he was forced to return to Japan to report for the draft, he was rejected for military service. Matsumoto's first forum for steady work was the magazine Shōjo Gahō, to which he contributed from 1928 to 1938. Matsumoto first ventured into manga in Shōjo Gahō, creating a series of illustrated narratives featuring a lively Chinese girl named Poku-chan, irregularly published between November 1930 and March 1934.
The Poku-chan strips were drawn in a stylized abstract, Art Deco manner. At around this time, Matsumoto took on Toshiko Ueda as an apprentice. Matsumoto could draw in a wide range of styles, from the realistic to the near-abstract, but all of his work was distinguished by clean geometrical lines and a Modern sensibility. While he illustrated numerous dramatic girls' novels, his style was better suited to sunny, playful, or humorous work. In 1935, Matsumoto began to work for the magazine that would become his primary forum, Shōjo no tomo. Shōjo no tomo, with its modern, stylish image, was the ideal magazine for Matsumoto. In 1932, at the age of 28, Matsumoto was wed to Ayako Nimori, they went on to have seven children together. Because Ayako was an only child, the decision was made to have the firstborn male child adopted by her parents in order to carry on the Nimori name. On official records, therefore, Ki Nimori is listed as the younger brother of Ayako, therefore the brother-in-law of Matsumoto.
In 1934, Matsumoto drew a 16-page story titled Nazo no kurōbaa. Printed as an over-sized pamphlet with a sturdy cardboard cover, included as a premium in the April issue of Shōjo no tomo, The Mysterious Clover was a variation on The Scarlet Pimpernel and Zorro; the protagonist of The Mysterious Clover is a young girl who protects the poor peasants from the cruel and greedy nobles. This work is remarkable for its use of varying angles, including bird's-eye views, variation in the size of panels. Sakō Shishido, influenced by American newspaper strips, had used similar techniques in his 1930 Supiido Tarō, but in a far cruder drawing style than Matsumoto's; the Mysterious Clover had been neglected for decades by manga scholars until it was displayed at a 2006 exhibition at the Yayoi Art Museum, where it caught the eye of Fusanosuke Natsume, who wrote about it on his blog and in a newspaper column. Matsumoto's most famous work is his manga Kurukuru Kurumi-chan, serialized in Shōjo no tomo from January 1938 until December 1940.
Featuring the daily antics of a little girl named Kurumi, each episode was a self-contained story running 4 pages and 22 panels. The strip ventured far from everyday reality, was characterized by a building absurdity that descended to simple slapstick. In the earliest episodes, Kurumi-chan is four heads tall, would seem to be nine or ten years old. Over the years, Kurumi's proportions changed, until by the 1950s she had become an stylized character no more than two heads high, of unknown age; the strip was revived after the war in the magazine Shōjo under the title Kurumi-chan and ran from November 1949 to February 1954. While working on Kurukuru Kurumi-chan, Matsumoto continued to do freestanding illustrations, in both color and black and white, to illustrate girls' fiction and poetry. Matsumoto was one of the most popular and influential illustrators working in girls' media, he continued to be a popular illustrator through the early 1950s, he worked with such prominent Japanese authors and poets as Nobuko Yoshiya and Yaso Saijō, adapted many works by non-Japanese
Ebony Naomi Oshunrinde, professionally known as WondaGurl, is a Canadian record producer. WondaGurl has worked with several prominent artists in the music industry, including Mariah Carey, Lil Uzi Vert, Big Sean, Travis Scott, Jay Z, Drake, SZA, Young Thug, KILLY, Kanye West, among others. Ebony Naomi Oshunrinde was born on December 28, 1996 in Brampton, Canada, to Jozie Oshunrinde. WondaGurl started producing on her keyboard with drum pads at age 9. WondaGurl entered the 2011 and 2012 Battle of The Beat Makers competition in Toronto, which she entered at age 15 and won first place, earning a trophy and a Roland GAIA Synthesizer. WondaGurl became a protege of Boi-1da and works with Travis Scott, she sent a beat to Drake via Instagram, which landed two placements, "Used To" and "Company", featuring and co-produced by Travis Scott, on Drake's mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late. She sent a beat to Travis Scott, who passed it on to Jay Z, which became the song "Crown". WondaGurl has worked with other major artists and producers since and produced the Top 40 hit single "Antidote" by Travis Scott, co-produced by Eestbound.
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Kawish Television Network is the first private Sindhi TV channel of Pakistan. It is the most watched private Sindhi-language channel based general entertainment television channel worldwide; the channel is part of the Kawish Television Network's bouquet of channels. To satisfy the need of Current news and Current Affairs programs for Sindhi Public, KTN initiated 2nd channel, providing News and Affairs report in SIndhi language. There was die need of starting another channel to cover the music and entertainment needs of the Sindhi Public around the World, for that Kawish TV was started, which covers Music and other entertainment in Sindhi, Seraiki language KTN was established in 2002 and started with 6 hours of transmission, it has now grown from a small regional-language channel to the leading Satellite Channel of Pakistan, broadcasting 24 hours a day to areas of South Asia and Far East Asia. It started the first music channel in sindhi language KASHISH TV, after that in October 2007 KTN News was aired, covering news, current affair programs, talk show and reports.
KTN is a family channel with and major programming consists of family dramas and other shows targeted to the entire family. KTN has shows for every member of the family with subjects like music, films etc. KTN runs news bulletins every hour; the Government of India has banned the telecast of KTN in India for the past 3 years. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. Of India has stipulated guidelines for foreign channels needing to fulfill certain formalities to continue broadcasting to the Indian populace; the forms are to be filled in by the channel directly and no third party can do this for them. I have sent in number of mails to KTN to do this, since the Indians wish to view this channel, but the management of KTN is not doing this. Broadcasting to India will benefit KTN not only culturally, but commercially as well. KTN has brought a revolution in regional-language channels in Pakistan and has given rise to other Sindhi and regional-language channels in the near past, it brought a new wave and genre of shows in the regional and Sindhi television world with a new show titled "Kuch Reh Jeewiyal Pall", doing well and has gathered high audience interest.
This show completed 100 episodes on Friday 4 May 2007, which in itself is a landmark in the Sindhi Television industry. KTN has established its mark in the 6-6:30 pm time slot with a daily show Alif Laila based on the famous Arabian Nights. KTN is amongst Pakistan's top 3 cable channels and is in the league of other biggies like ARY and GEO TV; the channel was founded by Ali Kazi The most popular and most distributed Sindhi newspaper Daily Kawish is part of the same group. Kashish, a music channel, is part of the KTN network. KTN NEWS, news and current affairs channel, airing 24 hours bulletins and talk shows. Platform Productions is a major distributor of television content to KTN and "Kuch Reh Jeewiyal Pall", Alif Laila being some of the best shows that are part of Platform Productions collection. On brandsynario.com, which Pakistan’s first interactive advertising and marketing portal with a subscriber base of more than half a million users locally and abroad, KTN has received a 5 star rating based on 635 votes while its close competitors ARY and GEO have received 2 star rating with 663 and 639 votes respectively..
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The Bravery Council of Australia Meeting 76 Honours List was announced by the Governor General of Australia on 10 March 2012. Awards were announced for the Star of Courage, the Bravery Medal, Commendation for Brave Conduct and Group Bravery Citation.† indicates an award given posthumously. Robert McKenzie Fenwick†, New South Wales Anthony Robert Ayers, Queensland Benjamin Baiada, New South Wales Sergeant Lisa Joy Blick, Victorian Police Michael Hastings Carter, New South Wales Paul Andrew Erlandsen, Victoria Brett Raymond French, New South Wales Arron Damien Graham, Victoria Peter Gerard Halcro, New South Wales Terrence Bruce Hall, Victoria Constable Andrew James Hawkins, Queensland Police Paul Jackman†, late of New South Wales Paul Steven Moffatt, New South Wales Mr Ben Dolphas Pere, Western Australia Stojce Petreski†, late of New South Wales Nathan Owen Schofield, New South Wales Mr Robert Sparkes, New South Wales Lisa Jane Webster, Victoria Michael Patrick Williams, New South Wales Peter Lloyd Williams, New South Wales Robert Luis Bosetti, Victoria Lynn Maree Brooks, Victoria Leading Senior Constable Allan Bradgate Davies, New South Wales Police Detective Senior Constable Ross Dobbie, Queensland Police Daniel John Doble, Queensland Byron Willard Douglas, Queensland Corporal Brenton Edwards, Victoria Mark Jason Enright, Victoria Ashleigh Audrey Flanagan, New South Wales David Michael Grabham, New South Wales Allan Frederick Harms, New South Wales Michael James Hay, Queensland Constable Kim Henderson, Queensland Police Frederick Charles Hoare, Queensland Constable Shaun Robert Jones, Queensland Police Michael Thomas Kennedy, Queensland Angus Frank Kent, New South Wales Arthur Koole, Victoria Jovana Ljubojevic, New South Wales Senior Constable Rohan Ian McDonald, Queensland Police Maeve McLoughlin, Northern Ireland Nathan Scott McSween, Victoria Nicholas William Macreadie, Victoria Luke Zac Martin, New South Wales Constable Megan Louis Meleady, Queensland Police Ricky Frederick Morse, Queensland Constable Gregory Arthur Naoum, Queensland Police David Francis Nolan, Australian Capital Territory Senior Constable Sebastian Robinson Pollock, Queensland Police Arnold Russell Porter, Victoria Grant Robert Ridley, Australian Capital Territory James Anthony Rohan, Victoria Inspector Christopher Charles Sammut, New South Wales Police Dr Stephen Anthony Simmons, New South Wales James Danforth Small, New South Wales Sergeant Scott Thomas Spence, Queensland Police Constable Adam Gary Stafford, Queensland Police Joanna Stavrou, New South Wales Anthony John Steep, Victoria Lance Carlyle Till†, late of Queensland Nathan Elliot Webb, Western Australia Ian Gordon Carter, New South Wales Neil William McLennan, New South Wales Trevor John McLennan, New South Wales John James Tapp†, late of New South Wales Senior Constable Lee James Gadd, Queensland Police Constable Andrew James Hawkins, Queensland Police Senior Constable Paul Keith Quin, Queensland Police Constable Adam Gary Stafford, Queensland Police The Reverend William Nairn Morris, New South Wales Peter James Baird, New South Wales Byron Willard Douglas, Queensland Douglas John Forsyth, New South Wales Sergeant Arthur William Brennan APM, Queensland Police Senior Constable Sebastian Robinson Pollock, Queensland Police Robert Callaghan, New South Wales Michael Stephen Wyllie, New South Wales Robert Sears, Tasmania
Anton Mikhailovich Chupkov is a Russian competitive swimmer. Chupkov started swimming to improve his health, he is coached by Aleksandr Nemtyrev and trains at the Sports School of Olympic Reserve "Youth of Moscow" for swimming. He has been member of the Russian Federation youth national team in swimming since 2013. Chupkov swam distances of 100 m and 200 m breaststroke in 2014. In 2013, Chupkov competed at the 2013 European Youth Summer Olympic Festival taking the gold medal in 200 m breaststroke and the silver medal in the 100 m breaststroke. In 2014, Chupkov competed at the 2014 European Junior Championships taking 2 bronze medals, in 50 m and 100 m breaststroke and silver in 200 m breaststroke, he won gold with the Russian team in 4 × 100 m medley and 4 × 100 m mixed medley. From 17–22 August, Chupkov competed at the 2014 Youth Olympics in Nanjing, he took five medals including two gold medals in 100 m breaststroke and 4 × 100 m medley relay. On 20 April 2015, at age 18, Chupkov won the gold medal and became the Russiam champion in the 200 m breaststroke.
He competed in the 50 and 100 meters breaststroke. In June 2015 at the inaugural 2015 European Games in Baku, Chupkov won four gold medals, in 200 m breaststroke, 100 m breaststroke, 4 × 100 m medley, a new junior world record breaking the previous record held by Russia in 3:38.02 at the 2014 Youth Olympics. And 4 × 100 m mixed medley. Chupkov broke two junior world records including shattering a previous record held by himself set at the 2014 Youth Olympics, he was chosen as the flag bearer representing the Russian Federation at the closing ceremony of the Games. Chupkov appeared in his first senior Worlds at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, where he qualified in the 200 m breaststroke final finishing in 7th place in a time of 2:09.96, after setting a junior world record in the semifinals in a time of 2:09.64. Chupkov competed at the 2015 World Junior Championships in Singapore. In relay events, Chupkov competed in 4 × 100 m mixed medley where Russia set a new Junior World record touching at 3:45.85, in the men's 4×100 medley, taking the meet record.
He defended the World Championships title in 200 m breaststroke. He qualified second after Matthew Wilson with a time of 2:08.22. In the semifinals he showed again the 2nd best time, swimming a European record time of 2:06.83. In the final he finished with a world record, 2:06.12, reaching the distance 0.56 seconds faster than Wilson. Anton Chupkov at FINA Anton Chupkov at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com Anton Chupkov bio page Anton Chupkov Sports bio
Milentije Marković, known as Mille Marković, was a Yugoslavian-born Swedish professional boxer, an owner of a sex club, a convicted criminal and gangster. He died from gunshot wounds to the head on 23 January 2014 in a suburb of Stockholm. Marković, an ethnic Serb, was born in Yugoslavia, his mother was murdered. He emigrated with his father to Sweden, where he obtained citizenship in 1982. Marković was an professional boxer. In 1977, at age 16, he won the Swedish boxing championship title in the bantamweight division, he turned professional, fighting in the welterweight division. He retired from professional boxing in 1989. After his sporting career ended, in the mid-1990s Marković ran a Stockholm sex club called "Club Privé", before ownership was transferred to former policeman Ljubomir Pilipović, to ex-ice hockey player Michael Badelt. Marković was convicted of criminal charges on several occasions. In June 1995, he was convicted and sentenced to a one-year jail term for using or attempting to use extortion and inflicting serious damage.
Marković had fitted a room in his club with hidden cameras and planned to lure celebrities there, film the victims having sex and consuming drugs, use the footage for blackmail. In 2008, Marković was convicted of serious tax and accounting fraud and drugs offences, receiving stolen goods. In late 2009, he was sentenced on two counts of drug offences. In 2011, he was convicted of fraudulently receiving social benefits on the pretext that he was sick and unemployed. In 2013, he was charged with inciting and planning a shooting on May 10 of that year after a long legal dispute with Michael Badelt; the charges of attempted murder in connection with the shooting were dropped after a witness retracted statements during the trial. Marković was named as one of the alleged sources for Thomas Sjöberg, Deanne Rauscher and Tove Meyer's controversial biography of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf – Den motvillige monarken, published in November 2010. In May 2011, Marković claimed to be in possession of compromising photographs of the king visiting sex clubs in the 1980s.
The photograph he reproduced was proven to be a hoax, manipulated electronically from earlier images. In 2012, Beata Hansson and Deanne Rauscher published a biography titled Mille Markovic: the biography. On 23 January 2014, Marković was shot in the head four times and fatally wounded by two unknown assailants in Ulvsunda, a western suburb of Stockholm near his home. Swedish police found Marković alive in the driver's seat of his car, but his life could not be saved. Four months in May 2014, three people were arrested in connection with the murder of Marković. All three suspects were released. Hansson, Beata. Mille Markovic: biografin. Sala: Vertigo. ISBN 978-91-85000-97-5