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BetoƱo Sports Complex

The Betoño Sports Complex known as El Glorioso, is a football training ground and match venue located in the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava. The complex is situated to the east of Vitoria city centre, adjacent to the village of the same name and close to the Salburua wetlands reserve; as of 2018, the facilities for 11-a-side football consisted of three full-size grass pitches and one artificial turf pitch, associated changing areas. The 17,000m² complex was the recreation grounds of the Michelin tyre company who have a large factory in the area; the facilities were used extensively by Deportivo Alavés for many years before being purchased by the club and renamed El Glorioso in 2001. Betoño became the home ground for the Alavés B-team and C-team who at that time were competing in the third and fourth tiers of the Spanish football league system. However, the club's fortunes declined under the ownership of Dmitry Piterman, with the senior team falling to the third level, the B-team to the fifth and the C-team disbanding, in 2006 Vitoria-Gasteiz city council reacquired control of the facility.

Since many smaller teams have trained or played their home fixtures there, including CD Betoño-Elgorriaga, Gasteizko Neskak and, until 2015, CD Vitoria. As of 2016–17, the various age group teams of Alavés have been holding training sessions at Betoño, having secured a deal for the exclusive use of one of the pitches, although the club has a dedicated training facility of a similar size, Ciudad Deportiva José Luis Compañón, to the south-west of the city. Since becoming owner of Alavés in 2013, Josean Querejeta forged close links between the football club and his basketball team Saski Baskonia including a joint training initiative for children, he stated his desire for Alavés to have an elite training facility, this became a more urgent concern when the team were promoted to La Liga in 2016. The proximity of the Betoño grounds to Baskonia's Fernando Buesa Arena and BAKH multi-sports centre led to it being the preferred site to be developed, ahead of Ibaia which has only basic facilities and is located at an isolated site on the other side of the city.

However, if Alavés were to take back full exclusive control of Betoño, the local teams based there would be without a home ground close to them. The higher land value of Betoño and its importance to amateur football in the city were considerable obstacles in the club's proposals to re-acquire ownership of the complex; as part of a wider project involving a €50 million investment in the Alavés infrastructure and stadium jointly financed between the club and public bodies, in summer 2017 an agreement in principle over the purchase of Betoño, involving an annual fee to the city until 2020 when a land purchase fee of €6 million would be paid, accompanied by a proposal for the local teams to have use of Ibaia for their matches, appeared to have been reached in summer 2017, but some months this became less certain when the price of the land involved, including the former Michelin factory adjacent to the sports complex, was set at €16 million by the city council, prompting Alavés to release an alternative plan to purchase farmland to the east of the Buesa Arena, outside the city limits of Vitoria-Gasteiz

Mannar Bridge

Mannar Bridge is a road bridge in north-western Sri Lanka. It connects Mannar Island with the mainland and is the only road bridge to the densely populated island. A narrow single lane bridge and causeway linking Mannar island to the mainland was built in the 1930s. Parts of the bridge collapsed in 1990 after it was blown up by the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. A temporary bailey bridge was built but it could not accommodate vehicles over 10 tonnes. In 2007 plans were drawn to build a new bridge on the site. Construction of a new bridge began in 2007 but was halted in January 2008 as the Sri Lankan Civil War flared up again. Construction recommenced following the end of the civil war and was completed in March 2010. At the same time the causeway was extended to 3.14 km 11m wide. The bridge was formally opened on 18 March 2010; the two lane bridge is 10.4 m wide. The bridge cost 2.46 billion rupees and was financed by a grant from the Japan International Cooperation Agency. The bridge is part of the A14 Medawachchiya-Talaimannar highway


Selaiyur is a neighbourhood of Chennai, India. This place is located on the Tambaram–Velachery Road. Long ago, this place was called as Silaiyur. Neighbouring towns include Tambaram, Rajakilpakkam, Sembakkam and Medavakkam; the Indian Air Force has one if its bases here. It has been a preferred area for most of the retired airforce families and hence there are mix of people like north Indians, Keralites, so forth. Over the past few years, this suburb has developed in terms of population due to the presence of vast number of private companies present nearby; the nearest railway station is the Tambaram railway station and the Chennai airport is about 9 km away. Selaiyur has bus connectivity to all the main regions of the city; the East Tambaram bus terminus is about 3 km away and passengers can board the buses in Camp Road Junction bus stop located in the neighbourhood. Selaiyur has an ancient temple tank in its midst; this tank belonged to the nearby Perumal temple. It is said that a record, 400 years ago by Chola king Thribhuvana Chakravarthy Vijaykanda Gopalan states that the tank belonged to the Perumal temple.

Selaiyur is well connected by MTC. The nearest railway station is 3 kilometres away at Tambaram; the nearest airport is Chennai International Airport at Meenambakkam. The main mode of transport and conveyance are share-autos; the following buses ply towards Camp Road. Camp Road is the main junction in the locality where many important banks like SBI, HDFC, AXIS are situated. Abhirami Udanurai Amirthakadeswarar Temple Amirthavalli Thayar samedha Adikesavaperumal Temple Arulmigu Abirami Amman Udanurai Amirdhagadeswarar Temple Arulmigu Adhi Kesava Perumal Temple Arulmigu Nellore Amman Temple, Kailasanather Temple Lord Dhenupureeswarar Temple Perumaul Koil Rama Koti Nama Bhaktha Anjeya Swami Temple Shri Karpaga Vinayagar Temple, Selaiyur Shri Muthall amman Temple Shri Thenupureeswarar Temple Shri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple Shri Vembuli Amman Thunai Temple Siva Temple Skandhashramam Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Temple Sri Saibaba Temple Alpha Matriculation and Higher Secondary School Alwin Memorial Public School Apollo Computer Education Bharath University Boaz Public School, Gowrivakkam Christ King Convent Christ King Girls Higher Secondary School Corley Higher Secondary School Kendriya Vidyalaya Little Kids Learning Center Lydia Matriculation School Natyaranjani School of Bharathanatyam Pavitra Nursery School Sitadevi Garodia Hindu Vidyalaya Sree Gugans CBSE School Sri Lakshmi Ammal Engineering College Sri Sankara Vidyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School St.

Marks Matriculation School Tamil Nadu State Govt. Corporation School UV Global Preschool, Mohan Nagar Zion Matriculation School Bethesda Hospital Cure Advanced Dental Care DR. K. K. Surgical And Paediatric Centre New Life Hospital Medicity Multispeciality Hospital Christudas Orthopaedic Speciality Hospital

2018 CL

2018 CL is a micro-asteroid and a near-Earth object of the Aten group 50 metres in diameter. It was the first confirmed finding, detected on 5 February 2018, announced on 8 February 2018, of the Zwicky Transient Facility project, located at Palomar Observatory, California, in the United States. NASA Planetary Data System: 2018 CL 2018 CL at NeoDyS-2, Near Earth Objects—Dynamic Site Ephemeris · Obs prediction · Orbital info · MOID · Proper elements · Obs info · Close · Physical info · NEOCC 2018 CL at the JPL Small-Body Database Close approach · Discovery · Ephemeris · Orbit diagram · Orbital elements · Physical parameters


Meyrals is a commune in the Dordogne department in the southwest of France. Meyrals is in the Périgord and the Périgord Noir, in Aquitaine. Christophe de Beaumont, archbishop of Paris, was born in Meyrals. Festival des épouvantails has been held every summer from 1999 to the present; the village of Meyrals was the setting for the film "Périgord noir", with Roland Giraud. Meyral has one sister city: - Bieuzy, France Communes of the Dordogne department INSEE Jacqueline Jouanel, Histoire de Meyrals, des origines à la Révolution, édition Récéad, 2007 Meyrals on the Quid site Location of Meyrals in the map of France