The South African cricket team toured Australia in November 2016 to play three Test matches. South Africa won the series 2 -- 1, with victories in Hobart. In April 2016, Cricket Australia suggested that the third Test at the Adelaide Oval could be played as a day/night match, but there was some reluctance from the South African cricketers. In June, CA confirmed. Prior to the series, both teams played. South Africa played 2 two-day day/night warm-up fixtures at the Adelaide Oval and the Melbourne Cricket Ground in preparation for the day-night Test match. Following the conclusion of the second Test, footage emerged of South Africa's captain Faf du Plessis shining the ball using a sweet in his mouth, he was charged by the International Cricket Council for pled not-guilty. Hashim Amla said that the situation was "ridiculous" and "a joke", it was suggested that a hearing would take place after the conclusion of the third Test, as Cricket South Africa had engaged legal representation for du Plessis.
However, on 22 November, du Plessis was found guilty of ball tampering, fined his match fee from the Hobart Test, but was allowed to play in the Adelaide Test. After du Plessis was found guilty he said he disagreed with the verdict stating "I felt like I have done nothing wrong". Du Plessis appealed the charge, but, rejected on 21 December 2016; the initial penalties of losing his match fee and getting three demerit points stood, but he was not punished with a one-match ban. Dale Steyn suffered a shoulder injury during the first Test and was ruled out of the rest of the series. Dwaine Pretorius was added to South Africa's squad to replace Steyn. Joe Burns and Callum Ferguson were added to Australia's squad for the second Test, while Shaun Marsh was ruled out with a broken finger. Peter Siddle was ruled out due to a back injury and Jackson Bird was added to Australia's team as cover for him. For the third Test of the tour, Australia added Matt Renshaw, Peter Handscomb, Nic Maddinson, Chadd Sayers and Matthew Wade to their squad.
Karera is a municipality or Nagar Palika in the Shivpuri district of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Karera is the second-largest city in the Shivpuri district after Shivpuri itself. Karera is located at 25.47°N 78.15°E / 25.47. It has an average elevation of 305 meters and covers 41.8 km. According to the 2011 India census, Karera has a population of over 28,000. Males constitute 55% of the population, while females constitute 45%. Sixteen percent of the population is under 6 years of age. Karera has an average literacy rate of 78%, higher than the national average of 59.5%. Male literacy is 83% and female literacy is 64%. There are six Jain Temples Karera Fort Foota Taal River MP's longest river bridge Amola 2 km Samoha Dam Siddhan "Nursery" Filter Road Machhawali The Karera Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1981, spans an area of 202 km2; the sanctuary is managed by the field director of Madhav National Park in Shivpuri district. Karera is covered by an extensive fiber optic network; the Karera fixed telephone line operator in the city is BSNL.
There are eight mobile phone companies in Karera, which include BSNL, Vodafone 4G, Idea 4G, Airtel 4G, Jio 4G, Tata DoCoMo 3G, CDMA services are offered by BSNL 3G. Internet broadband and IPTV services are provided by BSNL; the city is connected to Digital TV. Karera is connected with neighboring cities and other major cities of India by road Shivpuri, Sagar, Dabra, Indore, Guna, Kota, Kanpur, Ajmer, Udaipur, Ahmedabad. Daily buses services operate within the city, with inter-city services available daily to many cities in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Karera is not directly accessible by rail, with the nearest railway stations located in Jhansi 45 km to the east and Shivpuri 55 km west of the city; the nearest major airport is located at Gwalior which operates flights to Delhi, Indore, Pune, Jabalpur and most large cities in India. Tirupati Blessed Higher Secondary School Ideal Cambridge School Kendriya Vidyalaya ITBP karera New Happiness Public School Karera St. John's School Sanskriti Public School.
Saraswati Shishu Vidhya Mandir. Shakuntalam Public School Karera. Sita Central Convent School Swami Vivekanand School Shri Ganesh Bal Mandir Primary Middle School Karera Govt. H. S. School Machhawali Patel Higher Secondary School Karera PK University Govt. College of Science & Art ITI Collage Karera MK Academy Karera Gayatri Educational College EMPI Institute
Steven Küchler is a boxer from Germany, nicknamed Mr. Hollywood, he represented his native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Australia. There he was stopped in the quarterfinals of the Men's Welterweight Division division by Romania's eventual bronze medalist Dorel Simion. Out of 261 amateur fights, he won 234. Küchler began his professional boxing career in 2002, representing the box promotion "Universum" and after 7 fights and several injuries, he decided to retire from boxing in 2004. In 2010, he made a comeback in the middleweight division. Steven Küchler is now working with several professional and amateur boxers, including triple world champion Nicole Wesner, holding world champion titles of WBF, WIBF and GBU. sports-reference Boxrec Website Steven Küchler
Becoming Who We Are is the first studio album from Kings Kaleidoscope with label partner Tooth & Nail Records. It is their third offering after 2014's Live in Color on Bad Christian Records and 2013's independently made Joy Has Dawned; the album came out on October 28, 2014. From HM Magazine, "Clearly an album that pushes the boundaries of worship music, Becoming Who We Are aims to move beyond the comfort zone of the inspirational genre by adding layers and unique compositions to bring out a original sound and uncompromising message." From Indie Vision Music, "There are no words to describe it because there is nothing else like it." From Jesus Freak Hideout, "To point out all the highlights of this album would make for an long read, because the entirety of the album is a highlight." From New Release Tuesday, "incredible album". From Worship Leader, "Energetic and infectious, Becoming Who We Are, is a musical cacophony of joyous praise and at times chaotic beauty." From Louder Than the Music, "This is a stunning album and well worth exploring."
From Christian Review Magazine, "Becoming Who We Are is chaotic and eclectic"
Otto Fischbeck was a German liberal politician, member of the Prussian and German parliament and Prussian Minister of trade and commerce from 1918 to 1921. Fischbeck was born in Güntershagen, Province of Pomerania, Kingdom of Prussia, he studied economics and administrative sciences at the Universities of Berlin and Greifswald. From 1890 to 1895 he worked as a counsel at the chamber of commerce in Bielefeld and from 1895 to 1901 at the Employers Liability Insurance Association for paper processing industries in Berlin. From 1893 to 1895 he served as a town councillor in Bielefeld, in 1900 Fischbeck became town councillor in Berlin. On 1 April 1918 he became the chairman of the municipal association of Greater Berlin. From 1895 to 1903 and from 1907 to 1918 Fischbeck was a member of the German parliament and from 1903 to 1913 Member of the Prussian House of Representatives. On 5 October 1918 he became the Prussian Minister for Trade and Commerce, a position he held until 1 November 1921. Following World War I Fischbeck was a founding member of the Deutsche Demokratische Partei and was elected a member of the Weimar National Assembly, he was again a member of the Prussian Landtag from 1921 to 1924 and was re-elected to the Reichstag in 1924 and 1928.
He left the Reichstag in 1932 and died in Berlin in 1939