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Sejong the Great

Sejong the Great was the fourth king of the Joseon dynasty of Korea. He was the third son of Queen consort Min, he was designated as heir-apparent, Crown Prince, after his older brother Prince Yangnyeong was stripped of his title. He ascended to the throne in 1418. During the first four years of his reign, Taejong governed as regent, after which his father-in-law, Sim On, his close associates were executed. Sejong reinforced Confucian policies and enacted major "legal amendments", he personally created and promulgated the Korean alphabet Hangul, encouraged advancements of scientific technology, instituted many other efforts to stabilize and improve prosperity. He dispatched military campaigns to the north and instituted the Samin policy to attract new settlers to the region. To the south, he captured Tsushima Island. During his reign from 1418 to 1450, he governed along with his father, the King Emeritus Taejong from 1418 to 1422 governing as the sole monarch from 1422 to 1450. Since 1442, the king was ill so his son Crown Prince Munjong acted as regent for him.

Although the appellation "the Great" / "" was given posthumously to every ruler of Goryeo and Joseon, this title is associated with Gwanggaeto and Sejong. Sejong was born on 7 May 1397, the third son of King Taejong; when he was twelve, he became Grand Prince Chungnyeong. As a young prince, Sejong excelled in various studies and was favored by King Taejong over his two older brothers; as the third son of Taejong, Sejong's ascension to the throne was unique. Taejong's eldest son, was named heir apparent in 1404. However, Yangnyeong's free spirited nature as well as his preference for hunting and leisure activities resulted in his removal from the position of heir apparent in June 1418. Though it is said that Yangnyeong abdicated in favor of his younger brother, there are no definitive records regarding Yangnyeong's removal. Taejong's second son Grand Prince Hyoryeong became a monk upon the elevation of his younger brother Sejong. Following the removal of Yangnyeong as heir apparent, Taejong moved to secure his youngest son's position as heir apparent.

The government was purged of officials. In August 1418, Taejong abdicated in favour of Sejong; however in retirement Taejong continued to influence government policy. Sejong's surprising political skill and creativity did not become apparent until after Taejong's death in 1422. King Sejong revolutionized the Korean government by appointing people from different social classes as civil servants. Furthermore, he performed official government events according to Confucianism, he encouraged people to behave according to the teachings of Confucianism; as a result, Confucianism became the social norm of Korea at the time. He published books about Confucianism, he suppressed Buddhism by banning outside Buddhist monks from entering Seoul and reduced the seven schools of Buddhism down to two and Gyo, drastically reducing the power and wealth of the Buddhist hierarchy. In 1427, Sejong ordered a decree against the Huihui community that had had special status and stipends since the Yuan dynasty; the Huihui were forced to abandon their headgear, to close down their "ceremonial hall" and worship like everyone else.

No further mention of Muslims exist during the era of the Joseon. In relationship with the Chinese Ming, he made some successful agreements. In relationship with Jurchen people, he installed 10 military posts, 4 counties and 6 garrisons, in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula, he maintained good relations with Japan by allowing trade with them. But he suppressed Tsukishima island with military forces in order to stop pirating in the South Sea since Tsushima island was a base for Japanese pirates. King Sejong was an effective military planner, he created various military regulations to strengthen the safety of his kingdom, supported the advancement of Korean military technology, including cannon development. Different kinds of mortars and fire arrows were tested as well as the use of gunpowder. In May 1419, King Sejong, under the advice and guidance of his father Taejong, embarked upon the Gihae Eastern Expedition, the ultimate goal of this military expedition to remove the nuisance of Japanese pirates, operating out of Tsushima Island.

During the expedition, 245 Japanese were killed, another 110 were captured in combat, while 180 Korean soldiers were killed. 146 Chinese and 8 Korean kidnapped were liberated by this expedition. In September 1419 a truce was made and the Korean army returned to Korea, but the Treaty of Gyehae was signed in 1443, in which the Daimyo of Tsushima promised to pay tribute to the King of Joseon. In 1433, Sejong sent a prominent general, north to destroy the Jurchens. Kim's military campaign captured several castles, pushed north, expanded Korean territory, to the Songhua River. 4 counties and 6 garrisons were established to safeguard the people from the Jurchens. Sejong is credited with great advances in science during his reign, he wanted to help farmers. The book—the Nongsa jikseol —contained information about the different farming techniques that he told scientists to gather in different regions of Korea. Th

Rebecca Adam

Rebecca Adam is an Australian lawyer and business executive. She is the current President of the International Committee of Sports for the Deaf who served as a former President of Deaf Sports Australia. On 1 August 2018, she was appointed as the 10th ICSD president replacing Valery Rukhledev, found guilty of embezzlement from the All-Russian Society of the Deaf and was sacked from May 2018; the appointment of Rebecca Adam created further controversy among the deaf sports authorities which cautioned to sue against ICSD in International Olympic Committee. She became only the second woman after Donalda Ammons to be elected as President of International Committee of Sports for the Deaf. Rebecca Adam held the position of ICSD Legal Commission and established the Women in Sports Commission while she was working as President of Deaf Sports Australia. In 2011, after resigning from the position as President of Deaf Sports Australia, she was appointed to the ICSD Board of Directors. On 31 July 2018, Valery Rukhledev announced his resignation as ICSD President following the alleged embezzlement of $803,800 from the All-Russian Society of the Deaf for, reprimanded and arrested for involving in forgery charges while he was serving as the post of the society as well as the post of ICSD President.

He was kept in house arrest for more than 2 months until 23 July 2018. He was replaced by Rebecca Adam on 1 August 2018 after being unanimously selected for the position until 2021 during the ICSD committee meeting; however this incident created further controversy as top Deaf sports movements criticised the appointment of Rebecca Adam without proper consent and approval. The arrest of former President, Rukhledev cautioned concerns over Italy in hosting the 2019 Winter Deaflympics but was confirmed that the games would proceed despite the change in administration. On 13 September 2018, on a press release the newly appointed ICSD President Rebecca Adam confirmed that the 2019 Winter Deaflympics would take place as planned and scheduled during December 2019

Gorakhpur–Anand Vihar Express

The Gorakhpur - Anand Vihar Express is an express train of the Indian Railways connecting Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh and Anand Vihar Terminal in Delhi via Basti. It is being operated with 15057/15058 train numbers on weekly basis, it averages 53 km/hr as 150575 Gorakhpur - Anand Vihar Express starts on Thursday and covering 749 km in 14 hrs 15 mins & 49 km/hr as 12596 Anand Vihar - Gorakhpur - Express starts on Friday covering 7490 km in 15 hrs 10 mins. Gorakhpur Junction Khalilabad Basti Gonda Junction Lucknow Charbagh Moradabad Junction Ghaziabad Junction Anand Vihar Terminal The train consist of 21 coaches: 1 AC II Tier 4 AC III Tier 7 Sleeper Coaches 8 General 2 Second-class Luggage/parcel van The train is maintained by the Anand Vihar Coaching Depot; the same rake is used for Mau - Anand Vihar Terminal Express for one way, altered by the second rake on the other way. Both trains are hauled by a Ghaziabad Loco Shed based WAP-4 electric locomotives, it has been hauled by a WAP-7 locomotive.

15057/Gorakhpur - Anand Vihar Express 15058/Anand Vihar - Gorakhpur Weekly Express

WWE One Night Stand

WWE One Night Stand was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event, produced every June by WWE, a professional wrestling promotion based in Connecticut. The event was created with its inaugural event taking place in June of that year; the event's name refers to its original format, that being a one night reunion show for former Extreme Championship Wrestling alumni. The first two shows were promoted under the ECW acronym; as WWE launched their own version of ECW in 2006, these two shows were promoted under the WWE acronym. The final event under the One Night Stand name was in 2008 before being renamed to Extreme Rules in 2009; this event was noted by WWE to be a direct continuation of the One Night Stand chronology. However, the 2010 event was promoted as only the second event under a new chronology, one, no longer a direct continuation of the One Night Stand event. One Night Stand was a pay-per-view event consisting of a main event and undercard that featured championship matches and other various matches, more hardcore matches.

The event was first announced in 2005, just as WWE released The Rise and Fall of ECW DVD, although Paul Heyman, Rob Van Dam, Tommy Dreamer all assisted in having the concept approved by the WWE board. For the first two shows, the event remained to the reunion format and was promoted under the ECW acronym; each One Night Stand event has been held in an indoor arena, with all four events taking place in the United States. Extreme Championship Wrestling List of WWE pay-per-view events WWE Extreme Rules Official One Night Stand website

FC Inhulets-2 Petrove

FC Inhulets-2 Petrove was the reserve team of professional Ukrainian football club Inhulets Petrove from the town of Petrove, Kirovohrad Oblast. The first appearance of the club was in 2013 when they competed in the Kirovohrad oblast Premier League "West" competition; the club was called FC AF Pyatykhatska-2 Volodymyrivka. The team finished second in the competition to their senior squad; the following season in 2015 the team won the Kirovohrad oblast Premier League "East" competition as FC Inhulets-2 Petrove, followed that by winning the Kirovohrad oblast championship. After the senior team was admitted to the 2015-16 Ukrainian Second League, Inhulets-2 Petrove continued the club's participation in the 2015 Ukrainian Football Amateur League with its second team Inhulets-2 reaching the second stage of the competition; the club again competed in 2016 in the 2016 Amateur League finishing third in their group as well as participation in the 2016 Kirovohrad oblast Premier League "East" competition.

On promotion of the senior team to the Ukrainian First League in 2016 due to expansion of the competition, the club applied that the reserve team enter the PFL. The club passed attestation and will compete in the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League season. FFU Regions' Cup Winners: 2015-2016 Kirovohrad Oblast Championship Winner: 2015 Runner-up: 2014 2014–2016: Yevhen Proshenko 2016–2017: Andriy Kononenko 2017–2018: Mykola Fedorko After Inhulets-2 was promoted to the Ukrainian Second League in 2016, Inhulets entered its third team Inhulets-3 to the 2016-17 Ukrainian Football Amateur League. For the 2017 UEFA Regions' Cup where Ukraine was represented by a team of Kirovohrad Oblast, composed out of the Inhulets' reserve team, UEFA admitted the team under the name of "Ingulee, Kirovograd Region". Official website for Inhulets-2


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