Wednesday, March 2, 2016

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02 March 2016
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Everything you need to know about Super Tuesday
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Taller de Tango

Tango Workshop
Queridos amigos:
El próximo 12 de marzo dara comienzo el siguiente taller para aprender a bailar tango. El Tango es un género musical tradicional de Argentina y Uruguay, nacido de la fusión cultural entre inmigrantes europeos (españoles e italianos, principalmente), descendientes de esclavos africanos, y nativos de la región del Río de la Plata.
– Fechas: 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 y 27 de marzo; 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 y 30 de abril, 6 de mayo.
– Horario: 5:30 a 7:00 p.m. (sábados y domingos)
– El taller se impartirá en inglés y español.
– Matrícula abierta hasta el 11 de marcho. Precio: 4.000 INR– Profesora: Kiran Sawhney (+)
Dear friends,
Next March 12th will start a new Tango workshop in our center:
– Dates: 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 March; 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 April and 6 May.
– Time: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. (Saturdays & Sundays)
– No previous knowledge of Spanish is needed. Lessons will be taught in English and Spanish
– Enrollment open till 11th March. Fee:4.000 INR 
– Teacher: Kiran Sawhney  (+)
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Auditorio, Instituto Cervantes, a las 4:30 p.m.Cine: “Cría cuervos” de Carlos Saura 
Sinopsis: Ana (Geraldine Chaplin) se dirige a la cámara y rememora su infancia desde la muerte de su madre, ocurrida veinte años antes. Ana se siente responsable, pues cree que su padre ha muerto como consecuencia de haber ingerido un vaso de leche conteniendo una sustancia inocua que la niña consideró veneno. A raíz de ello, la chiquilla considera que posee ciertos poderes especiales, uno de los cuales le permite invocar a su madre muerta. Ana extraña a su madre e imagina verla con cierta frecuencia, pero no alcanza a comprender que sólo se trata de simples alucinaciones. (+)
Cinema: “Breeding crows” by Carlos Saura 
Synopsis: Ana Torrent portrays the disturbed eight-year-old Ana, living in Madrid with her two sisters and mourning the death of her mother, whom she conjures as a ghost (an ethereal Geraldine Chaplin). Seamlessly shifting between fantasy and reality, the film subtly evokes both the complex feelings of childhood and the struggles of a nation emerging from the shadows.
With English subtitles. (+)
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Auditorio, Instituto Cervantes, a las 6:30 p.m.Tetro: “Varadas” de Itziar Pascual, dirigida por Juhi Jha
Varadas propone un mosaico de imágenes protagonizadas por las mujeres que han padecido el exilio. El espectáculo hace un recorrido en diez escenas a través de diversas situaciones propias de esta cruel experiencia, desde el comienzo de la marcha hasta el olvido histórico, mucho tiempo después: la obtención de un pasaporte para huir, la liquidación del patrimonio material y emocional, el miedo, la inseguridad, la angustia del viaje, el vacío tras la marcha, o la difícil inserción en el país de llegada. Ante nosotros está el retrato de demasiadas generaciones de mujeres del s. XX. (+)
Theater: “Castaways” by Itziar Pascual, directed by Juhi Jha
Itziar Pascual dedicates her play Castaways to “all those women in the twentieth century who sailed on the ships of the forgotten”. Through a series of ten short scenes between pairs of women of contrasting age and class, Pascual explores the theme of political exile and the struggle of living as social and cultural outcasts. Serious, engaging and provocative, Castaways attempts to give voice to the historically silenced.
Performance in English. (+)
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130,000 migrants reached Europe

Over 130,000 migrants and refugees have reached Europe via the Mediterranean so far this year, the UN’s refugee agency (UNHCR) said Tuesday. This is more than the total number in the first five months of 2015. Out of a total of 131,724 people who have arrived on Europe’s shores this year, 122,637 landed in Greece and most were fleeing the conflict in Syria, AFP reported, citing the statement. An estimated 24,000 migrants in Greece were in need of accommodation as of Monday night, according to the UN agency. It warned that “Europe is on the cusp of a largely self-induced humanitarian crisis.”The UNHCR also accused EU governments of fueling the chaos and suffering by resorting to “inconsistent practices” in response to the migrant influx.

Suicide bombers’ killed as Indian consulate targeted in Jalalabad,

Militants attacked the Indian consulate in the city of Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Wednesday. The assault triggered a fierce gun battle that left two attackers dead, IANS reported. Fourteen others – none of them Indian – were reportedly injured in an area that also houses the Pakistani and Iranian missions. All Indian diplomats and consulate staff were safe, according to Afghan and Indian officials. At least two attackers opened fire after a loud boom was heard, Khaama Press said, adding that security forces killed “a team of suicide bombers.” The attack, which started around noon and ended a few hours later, comes ahead of peace talks this week between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
Explosions and gunfire rocked the area near the Indian consulate in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Wednesday, Reuters said, citing witnesses. The blast reportedly shattered windows and doors in nearby buildings and destroyed at least eight cars. The assault followed a suicide attack on the nearby Pakistani consulate in Jalalabad in January.

Laureus World Sports Awards 2016


·         Six Nominations in seven Laureus categories announced today
·         US tennis legend Serena Williams nominated for record tenth time
·         Mick Fanning and Jordan Spiethshortlisted for two Awards
·         Laureus World Sports Awards Ceremony in Berlin on April 18
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BERLIN, March 2, 2016 –A glittering collection of the world’s greatest sports stars have been nominated for the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards, following a ballot by the world’s media.

The contest for the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award promises to be the hottest ever. Nominees include three-time Laureus winner Usain Bolt, tennis No.1 Novak Djokovic, triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamiltonand five-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi. They are joined by first time Nominees Stephen Curry, star of NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and golf’s world No.1 Jordan Spieth.

After a sparkling 2015 in which she won three Grand Slams, US tennis legendSerenaWilliamsis again nominated for the Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Award – her record tenth Laureus Nomination.

In another strong category, the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team is nominated for the second straight year for theLaureus World Team of the Year Award, along with Rugby World Cup winners the All Blacks, Champions League winners FC Barcelona, NBA championsGolden State Warriors, the Great Britain Davis Cup Teamand the US Women’s Football Team, who won their thirdWorld Cup.

Two sportsmen are nominated in two categories: surfer Mick Fanning (Action andComeback) and golfer Jordan Spieth(Sportsman and Breakthrough). 

In addition to Fanning, the Laureus World Comeback of the Year category features some of the biggest names in sport – Rugby Player of the Year Dan Carter, world heptathlon championJessica Ennis-Hill, the most decorated Olympian Michael Phelps,Kenya’s 800 metres world championDavid Rudishaand US ski legendLindsey Vonn.

Nominations for the Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability include two former winners: Brazilian swimmer Daniel Dias, who won in 2009 and 2013, and France’s Marie Bochet, winner in 2014, who had her second clean sweep of all five events at the Paralympic World Skiing Championships.

The names of the Nominees, six in each of seven categories, were announced today. The eventual winners will be revealed at the Laureus Awards Ceremony in Berlin on April 18.The full list of Nominees is:

Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award
Usain Bolt (Jamaica)Athletics – Won three sprint gold medals in World Championships in Beijing
Stephen Curry (US) Basketball – Led Golden State Warriors to NBA championship, named NBA MVP
Novak Djokovic (Serbia)Tennis – World No.1, won three Grand Slams and was finalist in French Open
Lewis Hamilton (UK) Motor Racing – Won third career and second straight Formula One world title
Lionel Messi (Argentina) Football – Star of the FC Barcelona team, won record fifth Ballon d’Or
Jordan Spieth (US) Golf – At 21, won The Masters and the US Open and became world No.1

Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year Award
Genzebe Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics – IAAF Athlete of Year, won 1,500m world title in Beijing
Anna Fenninger (Austria) Skiing – Won two World Championship gold medals and second World Cup
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jamaica) Athletics – Won second straight and third career 100m world title
Katie Ledecky (US) Swimming – Won five gold medals at World Championships in Kazan
Carli Lloyd (US) Football – Scored three goals to win Women’s World Cup final, also won Golden Ball
Serena Williams (US) Tennis – World No.1, won Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon

Laureus World Team of the Year Award
All Blacks (New Zealand) Rugby – Won second straight Rugby World Cup, their third in total
FC Barcelona (Spain) Football – Won fifth Champions League, also won La Liga and Copa del Rey
Golden State Warriors (US) Basketball – Beat LeBron James’ Cleveland to win the NBA Finals
Great Britain Davis Cup Team (Tennis) – Led by Andy Murray, won Davis Cup for first time since 1936
Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team (Germany) – Second Constructors’ World Championship
US Women’s Football Team – Won Women’s World Cup for third time, beating Japan 5-2 in the final

Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year Award
Chile Men’s Football Team – Won their first ever Copa America, beating Argentina in the final
Jason Day (Australia) Golf – Won first Major Championship at USPGA, plus four other US Tour events
Tyson Fury (UK) Boxing – Beat WladimirKlitschko to become unified world heavyweight champion
Adam Peaty (UK) Swimming – At 20, won three gold medals at World Championships in Kazan
Jordan Spieth (US) Golf – At 21, won The Masters and the US Open and became world No.1
Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Motor Racing – Youngest Formula One driver at 17 years 166 days

Laureus World Comeback of the Year Award
Dan Carter (New Zealand) Rugby – Named World Rugby Player of Year after All Blacks’ World Cup win
Jessica Ennis-Hill (UK) Athletics – Won heptathlon world title after injury and a year after giving birth to son
Mick Fanning (Australia) Surfing – Returned to the surf six days after a shark attack in South Africa
Michael Phelps (US) Swimmer – Won three titles at US Championships after returning to swimming
David Rudisha (Kenya) Athletics – After three years fighting injury, returned to track to win 800m world title
Lindsey Vonn (US) Skiing – After missing Olympics, returned to win 7th Downhill and 5thSuper G World Cups

Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability Award
Marie Bochet (France) Skiing – First to win all five events atback-to-back World Championships
Liu Cuiqing (China) Athletics – Won fourwomen’sT11 titlesat herfirstWorldChampionships
Daniel Dias (Brazil) Swimming – Won seven golds and one silver medal at World Championships
Omara Durand (Cuba) Athletics – Broke 100m world record to becomefastestfemaleParalympian
Pieter Du Preez(S.Africa) Athletics, Cycling – Wonworld titles and achieved No.1statusin two sports
Leung YukWing(China Hong Kong) Boccia – Won medalsinallfourWorldOpen competitions

Laureus World Action Sportsperson of the Year Award
Rachel Atherton(UK) Mountain Biking – After illness came back to win fourth Overall World Cup
Bob Burnquist(Brazil) Skateboard – Won Big Air and Big Air Doubles to reach 29 X-Games medals
Adriano de Souza (Brazil) Surfing – At 28, he won his first World Surfing Championship
Mick Fanning (Australia) Surfing – Despite shark attack in S.Africa, finished second on world tour
Jan Frodeno(Germany) IronmanTriathlon – First to win Ironman world title and Olympic triathlon gold
Chloe Kim (US) Snowboarding – At 14, became youngest athlete to win a Winter X Games gold medal

For more detailed biographies of Nominees go to

The 17th Laureus World Sports Awards, which recognises sporting achievement during the calendar year 2015, is the premier honours event on the international sporting calendar. This is the first time the Laureus World Sports Awards have been staged in Germany. The winners, as voted by the Laureus World Sports Academy, the ultimate sports jury, made up of 55 of the greatest sportsmen and sportswomen of all time, will be unveiled at a globally televised Awards Ceremony staged in the Messe Berlin Palais am Funkturm on the evening of Monday, April 18.

While celebrating the greatest sporting successes of the year, the Awards Ceremony also showcases the work of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, which has supported more than 150 sports-based community projects around the world and helped to improve the lives of millions of young people.

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Laureus is a universal movement that celebrates the power of sport to bring people together as a force for good.  Laureus is composed of three core elements – the Laureus World Sports Academy, Laureus Sport for Good and the Laureus World Sports Awards – which collectively celebrate sporting excellence and use sport as the means to promote social change.

The first Patron of Laureus was Nelson Mandela.  At the inaugural Laureus World Sports Awards in 2000, he said: “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair.” This has become the philosophy of Laureus; the driving force behind its work.

The members of the Laureus World Sports Academy are: Giacomo Agostini, Marcus Allen, Franz Beckenbauer, Boris Becker, Ian Botham, Sergey Bubka, Cafu, Bobby Charlton, Sebastian Coe, Nadia Comaneci, Yaping Deng, Marcel Desailly, KapilDev, Mick Doohan, David Douillet, Rahul Dravid, Luis Figo, Emerson Fittipaldi, Sean Fitzpatrick, Dawn Fraser, Cathy Freeman, Tanni Grey-Thompson, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Mika Häkkinen, Tony Hawk, Mike Horn, Miguel Indurain, Michael Johnson, Kip Keino, Franz Klammer, TeglaLoroupe, Dan Marino, Yao Ming, Edwin Moses (Chairman), Nawal El Moutawakel, Robby Naish, Ilie Nastase, Martina Navratilova, Alexey Nemov, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Morné du Plessis, Hugo Porta, CarlesPuyol, Steve Redgrave, Vivian Richards, Monica Seles, Mark Spitz, Sachin Tendulkar, Daley Thompson, Alberto Tomba, Steve Waugh, Katarina Witt, Li Xiaopeng and Yang Yang.

The Laureus Academy Members volunteer their services as global ambassadors for Laureus Sport for Good, which was set up to promote the use of sport as a tool for social change. Laureus Sport for Goodaddresses social challenges through a worldwide programme of sports related community development initiatives. Since its inception, Laureus has raised over €85 million for projects which have helped to improve the lives of millions of young people. The mission of Laureus Sport for Good is to use sport as a means to combat some of the toughest social challenges facing young people today such as violence and crime, discrimination, unemployment, lack of education and health threats including HIV/AIDS and obesity.

The Laureus World Sports Awards is the premier global sports awards honouring the greatest sportsmen and women across all sports each year.  The winners are selected by the ultimate sports jury – the 55 members of the Laureus World Sports Academy, the living legends of sport honouring the great athletes of today.  The Awards are presented at an annual Awards Ceremony, attended by global figures from sport and entertainment, which is broadcast to 180 countries and territories.  

There is a two-part voting process to find the winners of the Laureus World Sports Awards.  Firstly, a Global Selection Panel of the world’s leading sports editors, print and online writers and broadcasters from over 100 countries are invited to vote to create a shortlist of six Nominations in six categories – Laureus World Sportsman of the Year, Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year, Laureus World Team of the Year, Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year, Laureus World Comeback of the Year and Laureus Action Sportsperson of the Year. Nominations for the Laureus World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability come from a specialist panel. The members of the Laureus World Sports Academy then vote by secret ballot to select the Award winners from these shortlists. The Academy Members may also present additional Awards at their discretion. The voting process is monitored by independent auditors PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. 

The Awards continue to support Laureus Sport for Good by showcasing the incredible work it does with athletes and partners to transform the lives of individuals and promoting to a global audience the power of sport as a development tool to combat challenging social issues.

Laureus was founded by its Patrons Richemont and Daimler and is supported by its Global Partners Mercedes-Benz and IWC Schaffhausen.

Mercedes-Benz is the inventor of the automobile – and has been passionately shaping its future since 1886. As pioneers in automotive engineering, it is both our inspiration and responsibility to continue the tradition of the brand with trailblazing technologies and high-quality products. Like no other trademark in the automotive world, Mercedes-Benz appeals to both the hearts and minds of its customers. We give our very best for customers who expect the very best.  Since the founding fathers Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, our corporate history has been one of innovation and pioneering achievements. Many technical innovations that are nowadays standard in automobiles first entered the market in a Mercedes-Benz. This is the basis for our claim to leadership in automotive engineering. The brand stands for Modern Luxury, and enjoys an outstanding reputation for quality, safety, comfort, design and comprehensive, sustainable mobility. 

IWC Schaffhausen
With a clear focus on technology and development, the Swiss watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen has been producing timepieces of lasting value since 1868. The company has gained an international reputation based on a passion for innovative solutions and technical ingenuity. One of the world’s leading brands in the luxury watch segment, IWC crafts masterpieces of haute horlogerie at their finest, combining supreme precision with exclusive design. As an ecologically and socially responsible company, IWC is committed to sustainable production, supports institutions around the globe in their work with children and young people and maintains partnerships with organisations dedicated to climate and environmental protection.

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02 March 2016
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Bill Clinton Loses It Over Benghazi Hecklers At Campaign Rally [VIDEO]
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Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2016

Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2016 – Leg 6
Shweta swings to lead on day 1
Pune, 2 March 2016: Local girl Shweta Galande carded the only even par round of 72 on the first day to grab the lead in the sixth leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Oxford Golf Resort here on Wednesday. Trailing her in joint second position at 1 over 73 are Kiran Matharu and Amandeep Drall. The INR 6,00,000 event featuring 19 players will culminate on 4th March.
Shweta had a shaky start, carding two bogeys on the 1st and 5th holes. Thereafter, she regained her composure and carded three birdies on the 6th, 10th and 14th holes while dropping just one shot in the back nine on the 18th. She finished with a score of par 72 to take the first round lead. Shweta has been guilty of not capitalizing on her first round performance several times in the past. She would be keen to add a third professional title.
Overseas player Kiran Matharu and Panchkula’s Amandeep Drall are tied for the second position with identical scores of 1 over 73. Kiran had an indifferent start, dropping three shots on the 1st, 3rd and 5th holes with just a lone birdie on the 4th in her front nine. She played with much more control in the latter half and carded two birdies on the 10th and 15th holes while dropping a shot on the very last hole. Amandeep, who is making a return to the Tour after a gap of one month, carded three birdies on the 2nd, 8th and 17th holes. Her campaign on the day also included four dropped shots on the 3rd, 4th, 13th and 16th holes.
Kolkata’s Smriti Mehra and the Delhi duo of Gauri Monga and Mehak Sharma are all tied for the fourth position with identical scores of 2 over 74. Smriti’s eventful round included three birdies on the 4th, 10th and 11th holes with an equal number of bogeys on the 1st, 12th and 15th. She also carded a double bogey on the 7th hole to finish two shots adrift of the leader. Mehak Sharma started impressively, carding three birdies on the 1st, 6thand 7th holes. However, the rookie from New Delhi could not sustain the momentum and carded five consecutive bogeys on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th holes. Gauri’s card on the day included two birdies on the 2nd and 9th holes along with four bogeys on the 5th, 6th, 7th and 16th.
Hero Motocorp sponsored Sharmila Nicollet is placed seventh with a score of 3 over 75, followed by Delhi’s Ankita Tiwana and Bengaluru’s Trisha Sunil in tied eighth position at 4 over 76. 

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