The New Jersey referee who forced a high school wrestler to cut his dreadlocks before a match has been suspended as a state agency investigates the incident Continue reading NEW JERSEY REFEREE WHO FORCED BLACK STUDENT WRESTLER CUT HIS DREADLOCKS BEFORE MATCH SUSPENDED
CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|England suffered a top order collapse before reaching 4-110, an overall lead of 206 runs, at lunch on day three of the third and final Test against Sri Lanka on Sunday.
Chasing a 3-0 series sweep, the tourists lost Keaton Jennings to the very first delivery of the day from Dilruwan Perera, who struck twice more to keep Sri Lanka in the contest.
Leicester City vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has paid an emotional tribute to his father Vichai and vowed to carry on his legacy.
Thai businessman and Foxes chairman Vichai was among five people killed in a helicopter crash outside the club’s King Power Stadium after an English Premier League match against West Ham United on Saturday. Continue reading ENGLISH FOOTBALL CLUB Leicester Owner’s Son Vows To Carry On His Father’s Legacy
AIWA! NO!//FA plan to sell Wembley clears big hurdle as board gives idea backing. Despite rumours that some directors did not like the idea, the £900million proposal will now seek majority support at next month’s FA Council meeting. Continue reading Sale of Wembley to Jags owner survives FA meeting
AIWA! NO!//According to the World Federation of the Deaf, there are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide. More than 80% of them live in developing countries. Collectively, they use more than 300 different sign languages.
Sign languages are fully fledged natural languages, structurally distinct from the spoken languages. There is also an international sign language, which is used by deaf people in international meetings and informally when travelling and socializing. It is considered a pidgin form of sign language that is not as complex as natural sign languages and has a limited lexicon. Continue reading UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY #73; International Day of Sign Languages 23 September