Mayor of London Sadiq Khan poses for a photograph with young footballers and Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor (left) at the South Mumbai Junior Soccer Challenge in Mumbai, India which encourages young footballers of both sexes to take part in the sport One of Khan's first official engagements was to attend the QPR South Mumbai Junior Soccer Challenge in Mumbai.
Here, he rubbed shoulders with Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes and Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor.
Mark Amodei, R-Nev., prepared today to attend another briefing with his House Republican colleagues on the latest “fiscal cliff” negotiations, he said that he would consider tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans to reduce the deficit, but not to fund increased government spending. “Elaine has long been a vocal advocate for improving the delivery of education to our state’s children,” Sandoval said.
“Am I willing to increase revenues to fund more government spending? “From her service to our state as co-chair of the Education Reform Blue Ribbon Task Force to her continued work with students in the greater Las Vegas area, Elaine is a dedicated champion for education and I am pleased she has agreed to serve in this manner.” Elaine Wynn.
'Whether it's a love of Bollywood or Biryani, cricket or Kabaddi, I know the relationship between London and the great cities of India goes beyond simply economic interests and encompasses our culture, our values and our way of life too.
“I think it would be worthwhile perhaps if we had an item on the agenda where we could get some type of presentation of where our state stands in terms of school security,” he said. The latest offer from GOP House Speaker John Boehner (Continue reading…) CARSON CITY – Gov.
“I’m interested in terms of what is best practices and (Continue reading…) CARSON CITY – As Rep. Am I willing to look at revenues that will reduce the debt, not to fund more government spending? Brian Sandoval today announced he has appointed Elaine Wynn to the state Board of Education, effective January 8, 2013.
In an interview with The Hindu, he said the visit was a trip to cement the strong links between the UK and India as well as trying to dispel fears over Britain leaving the EU.
He said: 'Understandably, many people, including here in India, are concerned about Brexit and what this could mean for how Britain interacts with the rest of the world.'My main message on this visit is that despite Brexit, London will always be outward-looking and open to the world.