SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA spate of air rage incidents that have diverted transatlantic flights to Canadian airports is not reason enough to ban in flight liquor sales, an industry group says.Last week, a Delta Airlines flight from Moscow to New York City was diverted to Labrador, the latest in a series of flights in which an intoxicated passenger posed a security threat.A Russian woman, Irina Shevchenko, was charged with mischief and endangering the safety and security of an aircraft. Airways flight between Philadelphia and Dublin that was forced to land in Gander.Such landings are far from infrequent at Newfoundland and Labrador airports, which handle transatlantic flights that are forced to land.John McKenna, president and chief executive officer of the Air Transport Association of Canada, said the solution does not lie in banning alcohol sales.Read more:Banning alcohol on flights: Is it an overreaction or the right approach?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.
To have a creative soul is a blessing which money cannot possibly purchase which is why poets, painters, musicians live in a world completely different from our reality. There was a video on Facebook where a mother redrew her toddler futile drawing on the wall into a very beautiful mural, now that is creativity and not everyone has what it takes to do what she did with just a scratch. Hence creativity is the ability to draw inspiration from the most mundane of things to the most inconsequential of things which everyone do not have the knack to arrive at.
The stadium was then leased back to the club by the CPO for effectively nothing, and on a 199 year lease. There are a few conditions on the lease, the most important being that the club has to use the Stamford Bridge site as it home ground. The CPO still come up from time to time (in 2011 I think Chelsea tried and failed to purchase the ground back from the CPO with the aim of moving the club away from Stamford Bridge) but largely you don hear about them as obviously they are a group of Chelsea fans so there no danger of them doing something like forcing Chelsea to move grounds or charging extortionate rent..