Last year, shortly before Gould testified in the criminal trial, USTA Northern California unexpectedly nominated him for a national sportsmanship award with past winners that included the professional players Sam Querrey and Alison Riske. Gould was named one of two winners after the verdict. He even received an email on May 16 from Patrick J. Galbraith, president and board chairman of the USTA, that read, “Congrats Stevie!” … [Read more...] about A Bay Area tennis coach was abusing minors. Should the sport’s federation have known?
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By Shikhar Aggarwal Today, Europe stands as a premier dream destination for Indians to visit, hence in the recent years, the demand for Schengen visa for Indian passport holders has risen at a rapid scale. As per the statistics from the Internal Migration and Affairs of the European Commission, more than 700,000 applications for Schengen visas were submitted by Indians in 2015. For the uninitiated, a schengen visa is the document issued to any individual looking to visit any region within the Schengen states. The Schengen area is comprised of 26 countries that have agreed to allow free movement of their citizens within this area as a single country. Of the 26 countries bound by the Schengen agreement, 22 are part of the European Union (EU) and the other 4 are part of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). The countries in the Schengen area include Spain, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, … [Read more...] about Applying for a Schengen visa? You don’t need an agent, just keep these points in mind
Paul North, director of communications at Volteface, which commissioned me to write the paper, says Canadian customers’ response to the malfunctioning new markets is understandable: “You have to provide a superior experience to the illicit market. When it comes to cannabis, this is not easy. Dealers have no marketing restrictions, and can offer a sweet deal and deliver a product to your door. For most people, cannabis use is a relaxing, problem-free and enjoyable experience. Buying the drug needs to match that experience, and; until it does, the illicit market will continue.” … [Read more...] about Stoners cheered when Canada legalised cannabis. How did it go so wrong?
Tweeting a clip of the interview Saturday, Schiff wrote: "In the midst of a global pandemic, with thousands of Americans dying, what is Trump doing? Retaliating against perceived enemies. Putting cronies in charge of oversight. And gutting the independence of the intelligence community. All to hide the truth. He will not succeed." … [Read more...] about Adam Schiff Denounces Trump’s Firing of Inspector General: ‘Gutting the Independence of the Intelligence Community’
China releases Swedish rights activistOn Wednesday, he said he had kept all the documents related to Mr Wang's work with his organisation, and would "release anything needed to dispel that it constitutes subverting state power". … [Read more...] about Wang Quanzhang: China human rights lawyer trial begins