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An invitation to express interest in the implementation of the Sports Croatia project has been announced

first_imgThe 39th session of the CNTB Tourist Council was held at the Ministry of Tourism  Council members announced an invitation to express interest in the implementation of the Sportska Hrvatska project, by which the CNTB plans to establish cooperation with organizers of top sports events in Croatia and top Croatian athletes in order to further promote them in emitting markets. The proposal of the Decision on additional marketing and PR cooperation with the Croatian Tennis Association at the Davis Cup sporting event in Zadar between the Croatian and US tennis teams, which will be held in Zadar from 14 to 16 September 2018, was also presented. Due to the nature of the event itself, which represents the last semifinals of the Davis Cup that is played in Croatia and the last that is played according to the old rules, this event wants to be further promoted through various types of marketing activities, the Ministry of Tourism points out. The project “Sports Croatia” implies special forms of marketing and PR cooperation within top sports projects and events that will positively affect the positioning of Croatia as an attractive year-round tourist destination, as well as strengthening the national tourist brand. The first call for expressions of interest for the implementation of the project “Sports Croatia” was published from 1 to 12 February 2018, and the decision of the Tourist Board approved cooperation on internationally recognized projects and events, including the Tour of Croatia, ATP Croatia Open Umag, Pannonian Challenge, Downhill UCI MTB World Cup, WTA Croatia Bol Open, KHL Medveščak, etc.A new public call for expressions of interest for the implementation of the Sportska Hrvatska project has not yet been published, however HERE you can see the old call, to see roughly what the conditions are. By the way, according to the last public call, the maximum possible contribution of the CNTB was HRK 2.000.000 per individual project / partner.LINK NEWS:FIND OUT HOW SPORTS TOURISM IS DEVELOPING IN MEĐIMURJE, AND IT IS NOT ABOUT FOOTBALLSYNERGY IN SPORTS AND TOURISM: COOPERATION BETWEEN HNK RIJEKA AND UNILINElast_img read more

D.C. swamp has turned into cesspool

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionI have changed the greeting on our answering machine: “Hello, you have reached the Acunto family, a family that believes that Washington, D.C., isn’t a swamp — it’s a cesspool. God bless America.”How do you clean a cesspool? You remove the waste and truck it out. In this situation, it would take a convoy.Ferdinand AcuntoCharltonMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesPolice: Schenectady woman tried to take car in Clifton Park hours after arrest, release in prior the…EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

Indians queue for liquor as capital eases some coronavirus curbs

first_imgHundreds of people queued outside liquor stores in New Delhi on Monday as the Indian capital began easing some curbs after a 40-day lockdown against the coronavirus, while some offices resumed work with fewer staff and traffic trickled into the streets.The nationwide lockdown, among the world’s strictest, is being relaxed in some areas with fewer infections, although it will stay until May 17, the government said last week. The measure was adopted on March 25 and extended twice.Many government cars were among the traffic on Delhi’s boulevards on Monday, while police at checkpoints peered into cars to ensure there were no more than two occupants. Everyone wore masks. Topics : By about 9:30 a.m., a line of more than 500 people had formed outside a liquor store in the capital’s eastern area of Kalyan Puri, before the shop was closed and police baton-charged the crowd to disperse it, a Reuters witness said.Police were asking some outlets to close in line with an order from excise authorities, said Ajay Kumar, a Delhi government official in charge of liquor stores.”We want to keep the shops open,” Kumar told Reuters, without elaborating.The easing could drive further infections in India, which has tallied more than 42,500 cases and 1,300 deaths in a steady rise, but some state governments want economic activity to resume as revenue dwindles and millions struggle without income.”We have to get prepared to live alongside corona, we have to get used to it,” Delhi’s chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, told a Sunday briefing, outlining steps to seal off 97 infection hotspots while opening up the rest of the city of 20 million.In neighboring Pakistan, the number of confirmed cases neared 20,000, with 462 deaths. Authorities in Sri Lanka and Nepal reported 718 and 75 cases respectively.last_img read more

Howard Mudd, former NFL player, standout coach, dies at 78

first_img COMMENT Howard Mudd, a former NFL All-Pro player and longtime offensive line coach, has died. He was 78.The Indianapolis Colts announced Mudd’s death Wednesday. No details of his death were provided by the team. Mudd had been in a motorcycle accident in the Seattle area recently.In a post on CaringBridge.org , Mudd’s family said, “it became clear that he was ready and that we needed to surround him with love and fight for his right to comfort and peace.”“Howard deeply loved and enjoyed his many friends and family,” his family wrote. “Please honor Howard today and every day by sharing a belly laugh with a loved one, or telling a stupid joke, or calling up a friend to tell them you are thinking of them.”Mudd coached the offensive line with the Colts from 1998-2009 and rejoined the team as a senior offensive assistant in 2019. Indianapolis was one of many stops in Mudd’s coaching career that included time with Philadelphia, Kansas City, Cleveland, Seattle, San Francisco and the San Diego Chargers. His coaching career started at the college level with two seasons as the offensive line coach at California in 1972-73.“I will be forever grateful for Howard’s tireless efforts and work to protect me as a quarterback and to help our team win so many games,” former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning said in a statement. “He always told me the story about the day I got drafted — Jim Irsay came down to his office and left a note on his desk which said, ‘Howard, your job is to keep No. 18 protected. To keep No. 18 clean.’ Howard always kept that with him and always took that direct order from our owner very seriously.”His coaching prowess followed a brief but successful NFL playing career. Mudd spent eight seasons with Chicago and San Francisco. Three times he was voted a Pro Bowl starter and was a first-team All-Pro selection in 1968 with the 49ers. He grew up in Midland, Michigan, and played in college at Hillsdale.The 49ers tweeted their condolences on Mudd’s passing and Seattle coach Pete Carroll said, “He’s been a tough guy his whole life. We’ll miss him.”“As a football coach, I don’t use this term often, he was remarkable,” Irsay said. “people that know football know that the offensive line is the engine that drives your football team. That is the engine. One of the most important things in determining victories, besides the quarterback, is the battle at the line of scrimmage. Howard was a hall-of-fame chief mechanic. He knew how to get offensive lines to play. That was his love. He was a real artist when it came to coaching that offensive line.Howard was such an incredible intellectual. Fiercely intellectual. So, so smart. So well read. Howard was just a special man.”Image credits: @CoachJC77/Twitter WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 13th August, 2020 06:44 IST Howard Mudd, Former NFL Player, Standout Coach, Dies At 78 Howard Mudd, a former NFL All-Pro player and longtime offensive line coach, has died. He was 78. LIVE TV Associated Press Television News center_img Written By First Published: 13th August, 2020 06:44 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW USlast_img read more