LONDON (AP):Arsenal needed a flawless finish to the English Premier League season to stand a realistic chance of reeling in surprise leaders Leicester City.Thanks to West Ham striker Andy Carroll, that won’t be happening.Carroll scored an eighth-minute hat-trick as West Ham came from two goals behind and drew 3-3 with Arsenal in a wild match at Upton Park that summed up the visitors’ season a strong start, a collapse and then a recovery that was too little, too late.Surely, only second-placed Tottenham can stop Leicester now.Arsenal are 10 points behind the leaders and three adrift of Spurs, with the top two in action today.Arsenal are not yet assured of securing a top-four place and Champions League football for next season, with Manchester City only two points back in fourth after rallying to a 2-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion, thanks to Samir Nasri’s second-half winner. City played a weakened team ahead of the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Paris Saint-Germain, which is tied 2-2 after the first leg on Wednesday.Manchester United are four points behind City, with their game in hand coming against Tottenham today.Confirmation of Aston Villa’s inevitable relegation was delayed at least another week, despite the last-place team losing 2-1 at home to Bournemouth for a 23rd defeat in 33 league matches this season. Fourth-to-last Norwich could have relegated Villa by picking up a point at Crystal Palace, but lost 1-0.It was Palace’s first win since December 19, virtually preserving their Premier League status for another season.Newcastle look likely to be joining Villa in the second tier after losing 3-1 at Southampton to stay six points behind Norwich, with only six matches left.”It’s important that everybody continues to believe,” said Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez, who is still to earn a victory in four matches since taking over. “The anxiety is killing us sometimes.”Swansea beat Chelsea 1-0 thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson’s 25th-minute goal, while Watford and Everton drew 1-1 in a match between two FA Cup semi-finalists.Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez put Arsenal 2-0 ahead against West Ham, both scoring off passes from young Nigerian Alex Iwobi, before Carroll single-handedly brought the home side back into the game.POWERFUL HEADERStaking his claim for a place in England’s squad for the European Championship, the tall striker planted home a powerful header in the 44th, equalised with a deflected volley in first-half injury time, then rose above Arsenal’s defence to complete his hat-trick in the 52nd.Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny scored a 70th-minute equaliser, but a point isn’t enough at this stage in the title race.”We’ve made it far more difficult for ourselves to have a chance to win the championship,” Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said. “We have to keep going and hope. You never know what can happen.”City trimmed the gap to Arsenal after recovering from going behind to Stephane Sessegnon’s goal in the sixth minute.Sessegnon then brought down Aleksandar Kolarov to allow Sergio Aguero to score from a penalty and Nasri scored the winner for City from close range in the 66th.
In this sixth and concluding article of the series on Life as a race and how we are all competing in it the focus is on the reward for taking part and reaching the finishing line in the race. Reward is one of the inevitable realities of life. Most endeavors of life have rewards of good or evil depending on performance. The Bible puts it bluntly: “Do not be deceived: God is not mocked; a man reaps what he sows” (Galatians 6:7). Nature has built in it a reward and punishment components to most of our actions and undertakings and we stand at the receiving end of our actions. All those who compete in the race of life will receive a reward. The fifth article of the series on the Christian input to our understanding of life as a race made the following points:In one real sense the Christian life is a race in which all Christians are running towards the finishing line. Every race requires serious commitment and discipline if one is to win. In training one has to stretch self to the limits. In most running races awards are given only to the first, second and perhaps third winners who reach the finishing line first, second and third places. The good news about the Christian race is that it is not about getting there first or how long one takes but that one does get there whether taking 80 years or 50 or 10 or even a day. “The race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong or brave but he who endures to the end” (Ecclesiastes 11:9; Matt. 24:13).The Christian input to our running in the race of life is for Christians to be true disciples of Jesus Christ by following the biblical teachings and principles and then they will run and win and be a shinning inspiration to others.Running in the race of life faithfully and well is not in vain. Those who work hard, and are honest in their endeavors and truly serve God and others do get a reward for their faithfulness to duty however long it takes. The American philosopher, Ralph Waldow Emerson once wrote that if one can excel in any profession or trade and can preach a better sermon, write a better book and can make a better mouth strap than his neighbor then the world will make a beating path to his doors even if he lives in the woods. We don’t need to worry too much about rewards. What we need is to do our best and the rewards will inevitably follow. Generally in life those who sacrifice most while in school or training tend to do by far better in life than those who give up too quickly.The Bible has a lot to teach us about God’s faithfulness in rewarding our faithfulness in doing what we ought to do. The writer of the letter of Hebrews says that God rewards those who are faithful (Hebrews 11:6). John writes in first John, “Behold what manner of love the Father has given unto us; that we should be called children of God. That is what we are. It is not yet clear what we shall be but we know that we shall be like him; for we shall see him face to face” (1 John 3:1-2). Jesus himself speaks these words: “Let not your hearts be troubled; believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house there are many… And when I go and prepare a place for you. I will come back and take you to myself so that where I am there you may be also” (John 14:1-3).Paul the Apostle writes, “Be steadfast, immovable, always busy in the work of the Lord. For you know that in the Lord your labor is never in vain” (1 Corinthians 15:58). Again Jesus promises: “And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands, for my name’s sake will receive a hundredfold, and inherit eternal life” (Matthew 19:29-30). God does indeed reward faith and obedience. And the Bible says God is not man that he should lie; he does what he promises (Numbers 23:19). If we compete in any races of life and do well, giving our best in all fairness we will profit in the end. We will experience fulfillment for having done what is right and is required.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Days after protesters stormed and vandalized the premises of Golden Veroleum Liberia in Butaw, Sinoe County the company said it has commenced assessing damages and will complete its work in the coming days. GVL renewed its commitment to local communities in Sinoe and Grand Kru counties.“A team of technicians have been dispatched to Sinoe to assess the level of damages caused,” GVL spokesman Stephen Binda said in a statement. In addition, the company said it has commenced discussions with the Sinoe and Grand Kru Legislative Caucuses, the Liberian National Police in a bid to resolve the matter. With the assessment, Binda said the company’s monthly payroll for employees would be conducted as usual. The company described the violence and looting as a great loss to both GVL and its Butaw community.Binda said while it acknowledges the intervention of government in the matter, GVL has not been officially offered the use of the Sinoe County Development Fund. “It is not our intent to use the county development fund to repair damages,” Binda said. “We absolutely would not accept these funds for any repairs whatsoever. If we are asked to use these funds for damage repair, we would utilize the CDF to the desire of Sinoe citizens and use it directly for urgent county purposes, such as schools, clinics and road building and repair. We will not under any circumstance use the county development fund for any damage repair. Our thought and belief is the county development funds are strictly for the people of Sinoe and not GVL.”On Tuesday of last week, members of the Butaw Youth Association staged a violent protest demanding an immediate meeting with a top GVL official. The company management requested to schedule the meeting for an appropriate time, as it was in the midst of a management coordination meeting.Entrances were later blocked by the Butaw Youth, preventing vehicles and employees’ movement, while stones were thrown at managers and facilities. Several company vehicles were damaged, while others sustained body injuries and properties were looted, causing dozens of GVL employees to flee into nearby bushes for safety.The genesis of the complaint by the Butaw Youth stemmed from an ongoing boundary dispute between Butaw and the neighboring community of Murrysville. GVL indicated in a previous statement that its corporate policy and international standards dictate that the company will not expand into areas with boundary disputes.“Due to the boundary dispute we do understand the frustration with the slow progress in Butaw,” said Binda. “We too have been frustrated by this, however, we have a very clear policy of not entering in disputed areas and this will not change.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo said that the Alliance for Change (AFC) – the smaller party of the incumbent coalition – is now being dealt the same card by President David Granger as was done to the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) with the selection of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman back in 2017.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo“We heard now that Granger will decide which ministries AFC gets and we [had] heard from the Stabroek News report that the candidate for PM (Prime Minister) must not be unacceptable to Granger. And you know, in a way, I’m so happy that this happened to the AFC. It’s not bad mindedness but they were cheering on Granger when, of the 18 names that we submitted to him to choose the Chairman of GECOM, he claimed that they’re all unacceptable and then chose someone that he wanted and that was ruled subsequently unconstitutional by the CCJ (Caribbean Court of Justice). And they were cheering him on so much…,” Jagdeo stated at the Opposition’s end-of-year press conference on Monday.APNU leader David Granger and AFC leader Khemraj Ramjattan at the signing of the revised Cummingsburg Accord on Christmas Eve day at State HouseThe Opposition Leader went on to point out that in the initial Accord, the coalition had an independent person as the head of its list so as to ensure that both partners, particularly the minority AFC, get what is agreed to.“…They’re a coalition, so the head of the list should not be a member of either party because they’re a coalition, just to make sure that the Accord was met. Granger seems to be the head of the list now so [the AFC] don’t have any guarantees there…,” Jagdeo posited.However, during negotiation stages to revise the Cummingsburg Accord, the coalition partners had been at loggerheads over several issues. The agreement will expire next month and as such, the APNU and AFC spent weeks last year renegotiating a new deal.Reports had circulated during those talks that the minority party may not receive the same portions it once enjoyed, having lost its advantage.The APNU/AFC coalition was toppled by a No-Confidence Motion (NCM) in December 2018 when AFC parliamentarian, Charrandass Persaud, crossed over and voted in favour of the Opposition-tabled motion. This, coupled with the AFC’s poor performance at the November 2018 Local Government Elections (LGE), did not give the party much to take to the negotiations table.One area the coalition partners were battling over was the selection of a Prime Ministerial candidate.The 2015 Cummingsburg Accord saw the APNU getting the Presidential post while the PM candidacy went to the AFC. As such, the AFC went ahead and selected its leader, Khemraj Ramjattan, at its National Executive Conference (NEC) back in June to be Granger’s running mate at this year’s March 2 General and Regional Elections.However, despite teams from both side negotiating terms for revised Accord, APNU’s leader, David Granger, had declared in November that he will be deciding on a PM candidate who can deliver the best results at the upcoming polls.Nevertheless, a final high-level meeting late November saw the parties coming to a final agreement, which resulted in AFC retaining the PM candidacy but left with a smaller share of the pie than it went in with.The 2015 Accord had catered for the APNU to get 60 per cent while the AFC gets 40 per cent of the allotments of the Ministerial, Parliamentary and Regional Democratic Council (RDC) posts. However, it was reported that AFC was handed only 30 per cent of the allocations, which leaves its majority partner with 70 per cent.This means that should the coalition win the upcoming elections in March 2020, the AFC’s seats will be slashed by 25 per cent when compared to its allotments agreed upon in the original Accord.Last week, the APNU and the AFC went ahead and secretly signed a revised Cummingsburg Accord on Christmas Eve but it was not with the same fanfare as 2015 since the media was not invited.Details of the revised Accord were not released to the public. In fact, when this publication contacted Ramjattan on the matter, he disconnected the call.However, when contacted, Director General of the Ministry of Presidency, Joseph Harmon, who led the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) negotiating team during the initial stages of the Accord’s review, did confirm that as per the revised Accord, the AFC’s nominee will be the PM candidate.But it was previously reported that while Ramjattan’s candidateship was accepted by the APNU, he will not be assuming the presidential post should it become available.Asked if the party was happy with the Accord that was signed, Harmon noted that as they signed, it was indicative of them being satisfied with the terms. According to the APNU General Secretary, the Accord itself embraces principles of constitutionalism and the experiences shared over the past few years.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “Once they know which codes they want, they’ll direct the city attorney to codify the changes,” Person said. New rules relating to RVs – an emotional issue in many cities – received some of the most interest at the meeting. The city rewrote its code enforcement rules in 2005, and shocked many RV owners with a rule change that prohibited RVs in front of homes, said City Manager Francis Delach. After RV owners who received citations complained about the rule change, a nine-member committee was formed to look at everything from the RV issues to temporary signs and commercial vehicle parking. The committee developed the 10-page report that sparked discussion Monday night. Jorge Rosales headed the city-appointed Azusa Citizens’ Committee for Code Compliance, with three members favoring RV parking, three opposed, and three considered neutral, including him. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2730 AZUSA – Should people be allowed to park recreational vehicles in front of their homes? Is it OK to have inflatable devices for advertising, or signs that require a person to hold them? Should city residents be permitted to rebuild cars in their driveways? These and other issues were on the table at Monday’s City Council meeting as council members considered – but did not approve – a report with many new code enforcement guidelines. The report recommended allowing recreational vehicles in front of homes, but only under certain conditions; suggested issuing permits for inflatable devices but gave attended signs a thumbs down; and said fixing a car for a few hours in the driveway is acceptable, but after 12 hours it’s time to move on. The council wanted more details and will probably continue discussing the issues at future council meetings, said Robert Person, assistant city manager.
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers…Jurgen Klopp will earn £7million a year at Liverpool — if he delivers on his promise to take them back to the top. The German coach has signed a three-year contract to manage the Reds, which, with bonuses, would put him just behind Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger in the list of the highest-paid managers in British football. (Daily Mirror)Sam Allardyce has been offered the job at Sunderland – and the Black Cats’ top brass are confident he will join them. Sporting director Lee Congerton has held discussions with Big Sam about taking the job until the end of the current season. They would happily give it to the 60-year-old on a longer basis, but Allardyce is currently considering taking it on short-term – with big bonuses and clauses written into the contract. (Daily Mirror)Allardyce plans to be reunited with Kevin Nolan – who he managed at both Bolton and West Ham – at Sunderland. The midfielder is on a free transfer after leaving West Ham. (The Sun)Barcelona are planning a shock move for Dutch veteran Dirk Kuyt. The Spanish giants are looking for an experienced squad player in the mould of Henrik Larsson and 35-year-old former Liverpool star Kuyt, currently at Feyenoord, fits the bill. (Sport)Louis van Gaal is desperate to add Southampton attacker Sadio Mane to his Manchester United squad. The Dutch boss was keen on signing the Senegalese forward in the summer but a move did not materialise. Now he looking to complete a deal for Mane in January. (Metro)Liam Brady is making a return to a front line role at Arsenal – just 17 months after leaving the club. The Gunners legend stood down as the club’s academy director in May 2014. But he is back in an ambassadorial position and will also take a special interest in the club’s youth set-up. (Daily Mirror)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Exclusive – Even Sir Alex Ferguson couldn’t save Sunderland’s season, claims former Black Cats defender‘I NEVER thought about moving’ – Mario Gotze quashes Arsenal and Manchester United linksDavid de Gea ‘very grateful’ to Manchester United after moving on from ‘tough’ Real Madrid sagaWanted Bilbao star Aymeric Laporte cools talks of Barcelona or Manchester United movePierluigi Collina: Hector Moreno’s leg-breaking tackle on Man United defender Luke Shaw ‘should have been punished’Reports – Barcelona scrap January plans to sign Liverpool star Philippe CoutinhoTottenham eye Belgian striker as alternative to West Brom star Saido BerahinoAlvaro Morata confirms Real Madrid buy-back clause but insists he is happy at Juventus
PANAMA CITY, Panama – The bodies of a California businessman, his teenage daughter and the Panamanian pilot of a plane that crashed over the weekend were found Tuesday in Panama’s mountains, officials said. A 12-year-old American girl survived. But she suffered multiple traumas and hypothermia, and cold, wet weather prevented authorities from evacuating her immediately from the crash site on the slope of a remote volcano. Michael Klein, 37, Talia Klein, 13, and pilot Edwin Lasso, 23, were found dead in an uninhabited region known as Las Ovejas, 270 miles west of the capital, Panama’s civil protection agency said. The wreckage was located at a hard-to-reach site on the Baru volcano, at an altitude of some 3,500 feet, the civil aviation authority said in a separate statement. But their plane disappeared after departing Sunday morning from Islas Secas off Panama’s Pacific coast, heading for the Chiriqui volcano, about 285 miles west of the capital. Rescue workers and volunteers combed a mountainous area of Panama’s western Chiriqui province Monday and Tuesday, but dense tropical foliage, mountainous terrain and heavy rains made air and land searches extremely difficult, said Roberto Rolando Rodriguez, a spokesman for the nation’s air security agency. Kim Klein traveled to Panama on Monday morning and spoke with authorities about the possible whereabouts of the aircraft. She had offered $25,000 to anyone who could locate it. Michael Klein, the chief executive officer of Pacificor LLC, a Santa Barbara-based company that manages several hedge funds, founded two companies in the 1990s before becoming president and CEO of eGroups Inc., which was the world’s largest group e-mail communication service. Yahoo Inc. purchased eGroups for $450 million in August 2000 and it is now known as Yahoo Groups. A Klein colleague described him as a brilliant businessman who skipped high school and graduated from college at age 17. “One of the most interesting people you could ever speak to on any … in a myriad of subjects,” Kurt Benjamin, the vice president of business development at Pacificor, told KNBC (Channel 4) in Los Angeles. “He’s just an unbelievable individual.” Benjamin said Klein was close to his daughter. “Her father was so proud of her,” he said. “She was an amazing, accomplished horseback rider – just an absolute winner. Solid, solid young girl.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonRescuers were giving medical attention to Francesca Lewis – a friend of Talia’s who was traveling with the Kleins – in a makeshift shelter, said prosecutor Jose Henriquez, who is handling the investigation. “They’re warming her and we hope to be able to get her out sometime tonight to a hospital,” Henriquez said by telephone from Boquete in Chiriqui state, adding that he did not have enough information to say whether her life was in danger. “It’s raining and it’s very cold.” Officials had said earlier that Lewis had already been taken to a hospital in David, the capital of Chiriqui. Aviation authorities said the cause of the crash was not yet known, but RPC radio reported that witnesses saw the plane flying at a very low altitude around noon Sunday amid buffeting winds. Klein, a 37-year-old hedge fund manager, was on vacation with the two girls at an eco-resort he owns in the Central American nation, according to Kim Klein, his ex-wife and Talia’s mother. The three had been scheduled to return to Santa Barbara on Monday, she told the AP from Boquete, Panama, earlier Tuesday.
Ireland West Airport partners with Tourism Ireland and Flybe for major overseas campaign to grow tourist numbers to the West of Ireland.Ireland West Airport in Knock has teamed up with Flybe and Tourism Ireland for a major overseas promotional campaign in the UK to promote flights to Ireland West Airport from Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh and grow tourist numbers to the West of Ireland this autumn. The joint campaign will run in Britain during August and September.This campaign which has a value of almost €250,000 is just one element of an extensive promotional programme aimed at boosting travel to the West of Ireland from Great Britain during 2016 and 2017. The campaign, which commenced this week, will run across press, online and social media channels and includes online coverage in the Daily Record in Scotland titled ‘Nine exciting things to do along the Wild Atlantic Way’ and online coverage in the Birmingham Mail and the Manchester Evening News titled ‘9 fun and exciting things to do along west Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way’ – highlighting “one of the most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world” and counties Mayo, Galway, Leitrim, Sligo, Roscommon and Donegal to millions of potential British holidaymakers.It also includes online adverts on key websites which will reach key ‘culturally curious’ and ‘great escaper’ audiences.In total the first phase of the campaign will be viewed by in excess of 13 million people across press, online and social media channels, highlighting the Airport as the central gateway to for the Wild Atlantic Way and the many reasons why the West and North West of Ireland are such wonderful parts of Ireland for tourists to experience.Joe Gilmore, Managing Director, Ireland West Airport, welcoming the commencement of this major overseas promotional campaign said; “We are delighted to partner with Tourism Ireland and Flybe on the biggest promotional campaign the airport has undertaken in recent years. Flybe have been a long standing partner of the airport and the commencement of their new services earlier this year from Birmingham and Edinburgh have been a major boost for the West and North West of Ireland, as has their long standing Manchester service .Furthermore we are delighted to see fantastic exposure for the Donegal region throughout this campaign, highlighting some of the wonderful attractions and activities available for tourists within a 60 – 90 minute drive of the airport when they come to the West”.Julie Wakely, Tourism Ireland’s Deputy Head of Great Britain, said; “We are delighted to partner with Flybe and Ireland West Airport Knock once again, to maximise the promotion of flights from Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester and help grow tourist numbers to the West of Ireland this autumn.As an island, the importance of convenient, direct, non-stop flights cannot be overstated – they are absolutely critical to achieving growth in inbound tourism.”“Great Britain is the largest market for tourism to the island of Ireland and we have seen excellent growth in British visitor numbers so far again this year, with the most recent CSO figures for January to June showing a +16% increase. We will continue to roll out an extensive programme of promotions in Britain this autumn, to keep the momentum going and boost business in the shoulder and off-peak season.”Highlights of the campaign include;Dedicated email campaigns, promoting the West and North West of Ireland, distributed to over 400,000 subscribers to the Flybe newsletters in Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester.Online Content Display on key media titles in Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester promoting the Wild Atlantic Way and the counties in the West and North West of Ireland, generating 12,500,000 impressions (ad views) over the lifetime of the campaignDisplay adverts on www.flybe.com promoting the West and North West of Ireland averaging 900,000 views weeklyIn-flight magazine advertisements promoting the West and North West of Ireland to passengers on all Flybe flights across their network of over 100 destinationsMore flights to be introduced from Knock in bid to boost tourism was last modified: August 19th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:flybeIreland West AirportKnockTourism IrelandWild Atlantic Way
Marie Fleming and husband TomTHERE were emotional scenes today at the funeral of Donegal native Marie Fleming, the multiple sclerosis suffer who had campaigned for the right to die at a time of her choosing.Ms Fleming passed away last week, months after losing her legal bid to change the law here.But her partner Tom Curran told mourners at her funeral in Avoca, Co Wicklow, that Marie loved life. He said she was a unique, beautiful person who “had strength and determination beyond belief.”Mr Curran said caring for his partner for the last two decades was the most important thing he ever did in his life.She is survived by her children Corinna and Simon and stepson David, as well as two brothers, a sister and grandchildren.Corinna read a letter that her mother had written for the service. In the letter Marie thanked her legal team, saying it was better to have tried and failed then not to have tried at all.In a message for Tom, she had written: “Thank you for loving me, caring for me.” HEARTACHE AT FUNERAL OF DONEGAL RIGHTS CAMPAIGNER MARIE was last modified: December 22nd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AvocadonegalMARIE FLEMINGMSTom CurranWicklow
Kathryn Holligan, from Co Kildare, has been located safe and well in the North.The 17-year-old was located in Derry.“Gardaí wish to thank the public, media and the Police Service of Northern Ireland for their assistance, which is much appreciated,” said a Garda spokesman. TEENAGER KATHRYN FOUND SAFE AND WELL was last modified: February 16th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)