Henry Meyerdierks was an American soccer wing half who played six seasons in the first American Soccer League and earned one cap with the U. S. national team. He was born in New York. Meyerdierks played for Continentals F. C. during the 1915-1916 season. In 1919, he played for Paterson F. C. of the National Association Football League in the 1919 National Challenge Cup final. In 1921, Meyerdierks signed with the New York Field Club of the American Soccer League, he played three seasons with them before transferring to the New York Giants in 1924. He saw time in thirty-three games during the 1924-1925 season, but only three and nine games in the next two seasons, he left the Giants at the end of the 1926-1927 season. Meyerdierks earned his lone cap in a 1-0 loss to Canada on June 27, 1925. While this article uses the National Soccer Hall of Fame spelling of Meyerdierks last name, other sources have different versions. A June 13, 1925 newspaper article lists it as Meyerdeicks, Colin Jose, in his book on the American Soccer League, spells it as Meyerdirks.
Henry Meyerdierks at WorldFootball.net
Kasbani Bin Kasmon Singapore-born fitness personality, better known by his nickname, Que Andrea Kasbani, is a fitness model and a cover model, featured in various magazines such as the Manja Magazine, Maskulin Magazine, REPS Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, SUTRA Magazine and Ifitness Magazine as well as on the fitness sutra website. Apart from modeling, Kasbani is a freelance actor and has been featured on show such as BlogTv on ChannelNewsAsia and on Suria. Kasbani has participated in numerous pageant contest and won titles such as 3rd Runner Up in Mister Singapore 2010, Singapore Best Abs in Manhunt Singapore 2010, the winner for Mister Singapore South East Asia 2010. In the year 2011, Kasbani has participated in 8 DAYS Magazine Shirtless Guy Search and he won "Mr Social Butterfly" title and award by StarHub. In the year 2012, kasbani has participated Best Model Of The World Singapore contest and he won "Mr Physique" title. Kasbani is a fitness model for magazines in Singapore and Indonesia.
He was featured in Indonesia's front cover REPS Magazine in 2011 and 2012 and was named the top 7th fitness model in Indonesia by the magazine. Two Malaysia's magazines drew interest in him and he was featured in articles in Maskulin and Mangga. In the year 2010, Kasbani was featured as the most "hot single" by Manja Magazine in Singapore. Apart from magazines, Kasbani appears in many other prints, he was Mr. January 2010 in the Singapore Calendar Guys 2010 and was featured as Hot Bod in local newspapers such as The New Paper, The Straits Times Urban and Berita Harian, he became the sponsored athlete/fitness model and spokesperson for NutriFirst, one of Singapore's largest supplement online store, from the year 2009 to 2013. In the year 2015, Kasbani Kasmon was crowned the overall champion, national level, in the Men's Physique category. Kasbani Kasmon represent Fitness Movement League ProTeam athlete, he became the first Men's Physique athlete in Singapore, commissioned by NspireSL his pro status.
Kasbani was raised in Singapore by his Malay Singaporean parents. He is the eldest to his two other siblings. Since he was in secondary school, Kasbani sees himself as a fitness buff. Kasbani drew interest in arts & design. From a young age, Kasbani proved himself that he loved colors, drawing & painting. After his secondary school, he pursues his education in visual communication. Kasbani was awarded with a scholarship during his study and he graduated with a diploma in graphic design. Back he weighed 45 kg and he began his weight training at the age of 19 years. In 2009, upon completed his studies, he was called up for national service in the Singapore Police Force. By his physique up for the challenge, he was posted to the Public Transport Security Command, a specialized unit of the SPF. After completing national service, he pursued and completed his education in Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia; as active as he was on the gym, Kasbani was putting in the hours at school.
He was awarded a bachelor of design degree with distinction. Apart from modeling, Kasbani is a freelance actor and appears on television and in plays
The Bikavac fire refers to the arson perpetrated in Bikavac, near Višegrad, eastern Bosnia, on 27 June 1992 in which at least 60 Bosniak civilians women and children, were killed after the house in which they were confined was set on fire. On 20 July 2009 Milan and Sredoje Lukić were sentenced to life in prison and 30 years’ imprisonment for crimes that included the Bikavac fire and the murder of 59 Bosniak civilians in the Pionirska Street fire on 14 June 1992, which occurred after the civilians were locked into one room of a house, set on fire, it was found that on 27 June 1992, during the ethnic cleansing of the Drina Valley by the Bosnian Serbs, forces under the command of Milan Lukić forced 70 Bosniak civilians into one room of in a house in the settlement of Bikavac, near Višegrad. After the captives were robbed, the house was set on fire and the occupants were left to burn alive; the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber found that at least 60 Bosniak civilians were killed in the fire.
According to the testimony of Zehra Turjačanin, there were many children in the house, the youngest less than one year old. Most of the victims were young women with children, along with some elderly women; the Serb soldiers broke the windows, threw hand grenades into the house and fired shots at the people inside set the house on fire. Turjačanin and one of her sisters managed to get to the door, but a heavy iron garage door had been placed against it from the outside, she managed to squeeze through a small gap in the door. Outside Serb soldiers were lying on drinking; when Judge Patrick Robinson, summed up the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia's findings following the trial of Milan Lukić and his cousin Sredoje Lukić, he observed that: In the all too long and wretched history of man’s inhumanity to man, the Pionirska street and Bikavac fires must rank high. At the close of the twentieth century, a century marked by war and bloodshed on a colossal scale, these horrific events stand out for the viciousness of the incendiary attack, for the obvious premeditation and calculation that defined it, for the sheer callousness and brutality of herding and locking the victims in the two houses, thereby rendering them helpless in the ensuing inferno, for the degree of pain and suffering inflicted on the victims as they were burnt alive.
Višegrad massacres Pionirska Street fire
Kokhono Asheni is a 1961 Pakistani Bengali-language art film and directed by Zaheer Raihan. It was his debut as a film director; the film was produced by Manjurul Haque. It stars Sumita Devi and Khan Ataur Rahman in lead roles with Sanjib Dutt and Kana in supporting roles. Sumita Devi - Mary Khan Ataur Rahman - Shawkat Sanjiv Dutt - Sultan Shabnam Kona Mesbah Shahidul Amin Abdullah Yusuf Imam B, A, Malek Narayan Chakravarti Muffizul Islam Civil Majumder Mohammad Habib Chakan Taher Anima Devdas Chakravarti The film music directed by Khan Ataur Rahman. There are 6 tracks in this film. Kalim Sharafi wrote the song "Kon Dur Batayone"; the film singer are Khan Ataur Rahman and Kalim Sharafi. Hossain, Nabil. "Kokhono Asheni: A Case Study". Dhaka Tribune. Kokhono Aseni on IMDb
Kottakkal Chandrasekharan was a senior Kathakali artiste known for his portrayal of the virtuous pachcha and anti-heroic Kathi roles in the classical dance-drama from Kerala in south India. Born at Naduvattam near Pattambi in Palakkad district in 1945, he was a prominent disciple of Padma Shri Vazhenkada Kunchu Nair and Kottakkal Krishnankutty Nair, his father was A. M. Kumaraswami Bhattathiripad and mother was P. V. Parukkutty Warassiar. Chandrasekharan, a product of PSV Natyasangham in Kottakkal, was its principal since 1996 and was noted for his exceptional portrayal of roles like Nalan, Bhiman, Ravanan and Keechakan, he performed Kathakali in all famous temples and clubs of Kerala and participated in'Kathakali Mahotsavam', Asiad and other places of India like Delhi, Calcutta, Bangalore, Andhra Pradesh and Madras. He performed in Loka Malayala Mela, Festival of India, foreign countries like Malayasia, Indonasia, Korea, Hong Kong and Switzerland, he won the Central Sangeet Natak Akademi award.
He received many other awards, consolation prize from Eranakulam Kathakali Club in 1963, Vazhenkata Kunchu Nair Award, V. S. Sarma Endowment, Thulaseevanam Award of 1990, Alappuzha District Kathakali Club Award, S. B. T. Arya Circle Award, etc. and received the Honourship of'Natyathilakam' and Veerasrunkhala in 1994 from Rajarajeswari Temple, Thaliparambu. Chandrasekharan lived in Kottakkal with Wife Susheela, son Jithesh and daughter Jyotsna