Tuesday, March 31, 2009

American president Barack Obama met the chefs of 15 biggest financial institutions in the country




Obama met lords of american banking. He wanted to gain a support for his rescue plan. The meeting was in the White House. The rescue plan of american president rests in allowing of banks to lend loans. The ekonomics assistant of B. Obama said, that this meeting improves the relationship between government and banking sector in the time of financial crisis. „It is our duty to make as much as possible, to support strong and permanent economic growth. The banks plays a big role in the country. Our future is inseparably joined with this financial institutions,“ said the assistant of White House, Valerie Jarrett. Chefs of financial institutions Fannie Mae, Freddy Mac, Citigroup, JP Morgan, Bank of New York, Northern Trust, PNC Financial, State Street, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, USBancorp, Wells Fargo, American Bankers Association a Financial Services Roundtable took part in this meeting.
busywom

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Hegerova is star of Slowakia!!!!


From 1937 to 1942 HANA attended ballet school at the National Theater in Bratislava. After completing her primary education in Komárno in 1950, she worked as a clerk for Škoda Works and as a teacher at a vocational school. From 1951 to 1953, Hegerová attended professional theatrical courses at the State Theater Conservatory, then in 1957 joined the company of the Petr Jilemnický Theatre in Žilina.

Hegerová played the title role in the film Frona under the name Hana Čelková. We saw her first appearance as a singer in Tatra Revue in Bratislava. After she came to Prague, the foremost Czech actor Jan Werich offered her an engagement in the ABC Theatre, however, she refused. She also performed at the Rokoko Theatre in Prague, and Semafor Theater where she appeared in the jazz opera Dobře placená procházka from Jiří Suchý and Jiří Šlitr and film Kdyby tisíc klarinetů . Hegerová's repertoire included many chansons by Czech and Slovak authors, and also Czech versions of songs from the repertoire of Édith Piaf and many others. In 1967, Hana Hegerová appeared at the Paris Olympia with the songs of Jacques Brel and Charles Aznavour. She also performed at the World's Fair in Montreal. From 1977 to 1981, during the Czechoslovak normalization, Hegerová was forced to stop her activities abroad and her concert activities were also restricted in Czechoslovakia. Following the Velvet Revolution she began to perform more often in public. During this time she received many music awards for example the Platinum Disc in 1992 the Czech Gramy. Hana Heregová received a Medal of Merit from Czech President Václav Havel.

We are proud of you Hana

Kiky :-)

Britney´s comeback.....:-)


On November 6 in 2008 Spears won two awards at the Mtv Europe Music Awards 2008- Album of The Year for Blackout and -Act of 2008 and despite not being present, two acceptance videos were taped and shown at the show. Circus debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 selling 505 000 copies in its first week WOU. This became Spears's fifth number one album making her t only act in Nielsen Sound Scan history to have four albums debuted with 500 000 copies. It is also Spears's second album, the first being ...Baby One More Time, to have charted two top-ten singles as Circus, the follow up single to the number-one hit Womanizer debuted at number three on the Hot 100, making it her highest debut on the chart as well as her seventh top ten hit.

You are our star Brit

Kiky :-)

Who is Gisele??


Gisele Caroline Bündchen was born July 20 in 1980 is a Brazilian , is model and occasional actress. According to Forbes, she is the highestpaid model in the world and also the sixteenth richest woman in the entertainment world,she is having earned 33 million dolars in 2006 and 35 million dolars in 2007 alone, adding to her estimated 150 million dolars fortune. She is also listed on Guinness Book of World Records as the world's richest supermodel. Bündchen has been the face of more than 20 brands internationally and has appeared on over 500 magazine covers.

She has five sisters - Raquel, Graziela, Gabriela, Rafaela and her twin Patrícia. Originally, Bündchen wanted to be a professional volleyball player and considered playing for the Brazilian team. In school Bündchen was so thin that her friends used to call her skinny girl. In 1993 a 13year old Bündchen joined a modeling course with her sisters Patrícia and Gabriela at her mother's insistence. The following year Bündchen went to Sao Paulo on a school excursion to give them an opportunity to walk in a big city. In a shopping mall while eating a hamburger with her friends, Bündchen was discovered by a modeling agency. She was subsequently selected for a national contest Elite Look of the year, in which she placed second. Bündchen placed fourth in the world contest. In 1996 Bündchen moved to New York City to begin her modeling career, debuting at Fashion Week. It was beging her big career.

You are beutifull Gisele

KikyJ

Rihanna´s tatoos


New York City tattoo artist Bing Bang, who tattooed Rihanny, tells that Rihanna loves tattoo. She got the tattoo last Thursday on 19 of March.
She flew him out to Los Angeles for the day, because she was getting a tattoo for one of her friends as a birthday gift.J She had been playing with the idea for a while to get another tattoo. Bing Bang done other tattoos for her. He added stars to the ones she had already.
So when he was done with her friend, they talked about what she wanted to get. She was thinking what would look good, and he drew up a couple of things- pictures on the back of her arm, but they weren't the perfect one.

You look great with tattoos Rihanna and we love you

KikyJ

Italian 'Fritzl' and son arrested

Police have arrested a man and his son on suspicion of raping their daughters in the northern Italian city of Turin.

The father kept his daughter captive in a dark room for 25 years and had sexually abused her. Italian media say the first victim, given the pseudonym "Laura", is now 34 and is having psychological treatment. Laura alerted the police, who now believe that the 63-year-old man's son also raped his own four daughters. Laura's abuse is believed to have started when she was nine years old. Prosecutors say she was locked up in a room without electricity, forced to leave school at the age of 13 and never allowed to leave the house without her father's supervision. According to Italian media reports, the case came to light after Laura accused her brother of rape. She had reportedly fled her father's house, sought refuge in her brother's house, only to be allegedly locked up and raped by her brother for two weeks. Laura says her brother also raped his own four young daughters.
Father and son, both street vendors who collect scrap metal for a living, have been arrested and charged with rape, sexual abuse and carrying out obscene acts in public.

New Purchase Competence Centre in Bratislava


Henkel Slovensko has decided to expand its Shared Services Centre in Bratislava, city officials told the TASR newswire on Thursday, March 26. The centre should create 150 new jobs within the next two years. Company director Juraj Lackovič said that it will be possible to expand the centre only if the company manages to find an additional 150 professionals with language skills.

Mayor of Bratislava Andrej Ďurkovský said that this move is completely in line with boosting Bratislava's role as a knowledge-based city. He promised that city officials will co-operate in the project. Lackovič also said that the company's latest project is to set up a Purchase Competence Centre in Bratislava that will co-ordinate purchases of direct and indirect materials and logistics, while concentrating mainly on Western Europe.

The company established its service centre in Bratislava in 2007. The centre manages selected financial and accounting operations for the company in 23 countries including the US and Canada. The goal is to extend this service to 25 countries.

JOY

Worldchampionship is over


I would like to introduce you my favorit sport, it´s figure skating, this year was the Worldchampionship in Los Angeles and we´ll see now the winners.
Let´s start with dance on ice, because this was the only one discipline which I saw, cos´ to find enough time was a big problem.
The third place belong to the Canadian couple Tessa Virtueová-Scott Moir. My private opinion is, that this couple should take the 1. place, they were the best skaters and I liked their free program most. They had some new elements, which were perfect mastered and also looked good. I would wish that they win and I think that they also deserved it. I´ll hope, that they will be so good also on Olympiad.
The silver medal won the USA cupple Tanith Belbinová-Benjamin Agosto. USA was very happy, becaouse thay took this medal, but on the fans reaction you could see, they wonted the gold medal. But for the jury wasn´t USA representative good enought.
Maybe you start to think who was the first couple, if you are watching sometimes figureskating you maybe know, that best in the world are still Russians, so the winner is: Oxana Domninová and Maxim Šabalin(on the Picture). They newer won the worldchampionship, last year they were Europe Champions, but because of an injury they couldn´t go the the Worldchampionship.
Women: 1. Kim Ju-Na (Korea rep.) 207,71, 2. Joannie Rochetteová (Can.) 191,29, 3. Miki Andová 190,38 (Jap.).
Men: 1. Evan Lysacek (USA) 242,23, 2. Patrick Chan (Can.) 237,58, 3. Brian Joubert (Fr.) 235,97.
Sport couples: 1. Aľona Savčenková, Robin Szolkowy (Ger.) 203,48, 2. Dan Žang, Hao Žang (China) 186,52, 3. Juko Kawagučiová, Alexander Smirnov (Rus.) 186,39.

Paul.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The Czech sell airlines


Selection procedure for the sell of the czech airlines was announced. The new owner will be known by September. The government will choose the potencial buyers , who will not represent danger for the country. The bidder price will be decided in the second round. The government´s expectations about the profit after privatization are from 3 to 5 milliard czech crowns. Between the applicants for the czech airlines are Russian airlines Aeroflot, Czech company Travel Service, financial group Odien, PENTA. The rules of EU don´t allow the winner to have more than 49-percential part of profit.
busywom

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Gašparovič and Radičová proceeded to the second round


The first round of the president´s election won the present president Ivan Gašparovič. He reached 46,71% of voices.Iveta Radičova placed second with 38,05% of voices. The second round of the president´s election will run in two weeks. Ivan Gašparovič reached 876 061 of voices in the first round. Iveta Radičová had 713 735 of voices. She won in three districts – Bratislava, Trnava and Nitra. The highest support reached in the district of Bratislava. She had 52,6% of voices. The lowest number of voices she had in the distict of Žilina. She had only 25,72% of voices. The present president had the biggest success in the district of Trenčín. He had 52,23% of voices. The lowest support had Gašparovič in the district of Bratislava. In the district of Košice the results of the two candidates were nearly equalled.
František Mikloško placed third (5,41% of voices), behind him placed Zuzana Martináková(5,12% of voices), then Milan Melník, Dagmar Bollová and the last placed Milan Sidor.
In the first round of the president´s election have taken part 43,63% of rightfull voters. All hope, that in the second round the number of participated voters will raise.

busywom


Hi friends,


I say only two words:paradise holiday. You can spend beautifull time in the Indian Ocean,that is the third largest ocean on the planet and is home to some of the most idyllic holiday destinations in the world. Mauritius and the Seychelles are two of the most tranquil paradise island destinations, offering a diverse range of holiday experiences. They are located in the azure warm waters of the Indian Ocean and offer scenic white sand beaches within a tropical paradise setting. Luxurious, relaxing and tranquil beach holidays are the experience of an Indian Ocean beach holiday, and these islands draw visitors from around the world to relax on the shores of these exotic locations.
Just east off of the African continent lies the independent island of Mauritius, known as one of the tropical paradise islands in the Indian Ocean. The island boasts crystal clear waters, white sands and palm-fringed beaches, characterized by a mild sub tropical climate. Its budget friendly luxury hotels and resorts have made this island a prime destination that receives visitors all year round. Mauritius is one of the most accessible island destinations in the Indian Ocean, proving to be a real paradise for those who want to enjoy the sea or just soak up the sun. The lively and warm people of Mauritius add to the island’s charm and atmosphere.
Off the east coast of Africa lies a cluster of 115 islands, together making up the Republic of the Seychelles. The expression “tropical island paradise” truly describes this cluster of islands with their powder-soft white sands on coconut fringed beaches. The inner 43 islands represent the main tropical travel destinations. The principal islands being Mahé; Praslin and La Digue. The Seychelles are regarded as an all year round destination for holidays. The people are friendly and live in complete racial harmony, enjoying political stability. Tourism provides the mainstay of the nation’s economy. The islands enjoy a climate that is pleasantly warm and humid all year round.




Carla Kristof


Hi friends,

the next Safari destinations, Zambia and Tanzania, are really unique travel destinations. You must visit this places and you never forget it.
Zambia is a vast country with friendly, peaceful people that gains its name from the mighty Zambezi river which flows through southern Zambia. It is one of the least travelled countries and one of the most rewarding wildlife destinations on the African continent. Some of the largest national parks in the world are found in Zambia. These unspoilt and pristine wilderness sanctuaries offer an impressive diversity of wildlife that is abundant and prolific in all of its 19 national parks. Livingstone, just 10km from the famous Victoria Falls is the 'adventure capital' of the country offering adrenalin packed excursions on and around the Falls and the Zambezi River. Apart from a number of superb properties that offer complimentary excursions in their rates, the range of activities do warrant a stay of at least two nights. Apart from visiting the famous Victoria Falls visitors can enjoy white-water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling, river and jet boating, or explore the Falls from the air with a helicopter ride. For those guests who like a more quiet stay, plenty of opportunities present themselves with relaxing sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River, join elephant backed safaris or game drives in the Victoria Falls Park, or can visit to a local craft market and museum.
Tanzania is one of the most unique travel destinations on the African Continent. It is a land of many wonders that stretches from the volcanoes in the crater highlands along the Great Rift Valley to the tropical Indian Ocean, home to the spice islands of Zanzibar. One of the Great Attractions is the Famous Ngorongoro Crater, a World Heritage Site and the Serengeti – home to approximately 3 million large mammals.


Carla Kristof

Hi friends,

in this article I continue with my telling about Safari destinations. The next destinations is Namibia. It is really beautifull there and you can enjoy the best holiday in your life.

Namibia is the land of startling contrasts: endless skies, barren deserts, rugged mountains and spectacular wildlife. Straddled with two great deserts: the Namib Desert, which is the oldest desert in the world, and the Kalahari Desert. The spectacular Namib stretches along the southern coastline, while the Kalahari is situated towards the eastern borders with the neighbouring countries. With its vast landscapes and sparsely populated regions, the country lends itself to a completely different safari experience. Its charm lies in its unique natural features and accompanying fauna and flora, which all have miraculously adapted to this country's harsh climatic conditions. Northern Namibia's Etosha National Park area offers safari destinations with fantastic game viewing opportunities, while the southern area enthrals the visitor with its spectacular sights of the highest sand dunes in the world at Sossusvlei. Western Namibia holds the visitor captive with its specially adapted Desert Elephant & Rhino populations, while the quaint coastal town of Swakopmund impresses with its colonial buildings and sights. All safaris are conducted on a fly in basis, starting and ending in the capital town of Windhoek. Fly-in safaris ensure that the remote camps and regions are reached in the shortest possible time giving the guest more time to explore the various areas during activities. The country is as breathtaking from the air as from the ground. Special Discoverer Safaris cater for the more adventurous guest and run on set departure dates. Up to eight guests can enjoy the superb locations and remote areas of Namibia.


Carla Kristof


Hi kids,


I will be writting today about interesting Safari destinations.
South Africa has a number of private game reserves which boast some of the most exclusive and luxurious Game Lodges in the world.A safari itinerary will be designed specifically to suit any budget and safari requirement. In South Africa, all the Reserves are managed and controlled by a Committee of land owners, where conservation of Fauna and Flora is a top priority. These private commercial lodges exist so that these Reserves may sustain their viability. It is a rare privilege to visit a private game reserve and to view game from open vehicles in their natural habitat. We have chosen to represent Lodges whose ethic is to respect the environment and specifically the game while at the same time offering our guests an unforgettable safari experience.
Botswana can rightly be described as one of the finest safari destinations in Africa. Unspoilt and pristine wilderness sanctuaries offer the discerning safari traveller an exclusive experience. The largest inland delta system, the Okavango Delta, encompasses various unique bio-systems, which guarantee a vast variety of wildlife viewing throughout the year. The camps lie in isolated areas and most are only accessible by air. Strict concession limitations guarantee an intimate exclusive safari experience. These pristine wildlife areas are best explored during game drives in open safari vehicles, guided nature walks or, in certain areas, from the water in specially dug out canoes called Mokoros. For the more adventurous guest scheduled Discoverer Expeditions through Botswana's pristine wildlife areas, are also on offer. Small groups of guests (up to eight persons) are offered the unique opportunity to explore a variety of habitats and wildlife in both private concessions and national parks. The visitors are accommodated permanent tented camps as well as small mobile camps in various areas. Each departure is hosted by a professional driver guide and carried out in custom made safari vehicles.




Carla Kristof

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Unemployment in Slovakia

Slovakia’s unemployment rate reached 9.72 percent in February, a month-on-month increase of 0.69 percentage points, said the director of the Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Centre, Jan Sihelský, on Tuesday, March 17.

Unemployment is expected to continue rising in March, the TASR newswire reported.

Labour offices registered 289,608 unemployed last month. The highest unemployment rate was in Banská Bystrica Region (16.11 percent), followed by Prešov and Košice Regions (14.83 and 14.74 percent respectively). Rising unemployment was registered at all labour offices in February.

The number of job vacancies fell by 410 compared to January. Employers filed 16 applications for support to maintain 5 941 jobs. Sihelský said that unemployment is also predicted to increase in the months ahead. For example, during week ten of this year, employers announced nine mass layoffs that will affect 500 jobs. Since October of last year, there have been 199 mass layoffs involving the loss of 21,580 jobs.

JOY

Gašparovič and Radičová will meet in the second round


The official results of the first round of presidential elections were announced at 10:00 on March 22. In the first round of the presidential election in Slovakia on March 21, seven candidates were running.

After counting all the votes, Gašparovič finished first with 46.71 percent of the votes and Radičová was second with 38.05 percent. František Mikloško follows with 5.42 percent and Zuzana Martináková with 5.12 percent. Milan Melník collected 2.45 percent, followed by Dagmara Bollová with 1.14 and Milan Sidor with 1.11 percent, the Slovak Statistics Office published.

The voter turnout was at 43.63 percent, the second election round will be held on April 4 in which only the two top candidates will compete.

The election turnout was the highest in the Bratislava region, 47.87 percent. Košice recorded the lowest turnout. Here only 38.86 percent of the eligible voters used their right to cast their ballot.

Out of eight regions, Gašparovič won the race in five: Banská Bystrica, Košice, Prešov, Trenčín and Žilina. Radičová was the most successful presidential candidate in Bratislava, Trnava and Nitra regions.

JOY

Federer lost against Murry 6:3, 4:6 and 6:1


Federer had Murray at 0-40, 2-1, but he then missed on five backhands in a row. One passing shot went just long, others looped away or finished tamely in the net. This established a pattern for the first set. Murray doesn't give Federer a lot of pace: Federer seemed to have come in with a game plan based on giving Murray no pace either, and there were a set with Federer hitting gentle slices and Murray loopy topspin or similarly soft slices back to the ad corner. The rallies often ended with Federer making a soggy unforced error. The crowd, like a group of nervous investors, tried to pick up Federer as early as 2-4, but to no avail - Murray broke a second time to take a 6-3 lead.In a match between two "neutral" players, it was striking to see how hard the California crowd pleaded for Federer to make some kind of run. Murray was playing outstanding defense, forcing Federer to hit great shots to win a point.

Paul

Vittek helped with a goal to the victory of Lille


PARIS – Lille won upon Grenoble 2:1, one goal scored also Robert Vittek (on the Picture), which played till 72. minute.
The Slovak forward scored in 4. min., the second goal scored alredy in 9. min. Jelen. For the guests corrected in the end Paillot. Lille moved thanks the win on the 4-th place in the table and from the 3-rd place of Marseille, served him just a score. But Olympique has still a match boot to. Important threepoint entry noted players of Bordeaux, when they won on the sport stadium in Le Havre 3:0.
Paul

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

The financial crisis falls on the poorest mostly

World bank: Developing countries will need 270 to 700 milliards of dollars.

The contemporary crisis will have a negative fall on the poorest developing countries. The World bank gave the information, that only the fourth part of this countries will able to loosen ekonomic decrease by making of the news workstations or stimulative programs. The business will fall in Asia mostly. The fall of the business will by the biggest in the last 80 year. Last year Asia have a lost 9,6 billions USD. It is 109% of GDP. The lower fall was in Latin America. The financial lost was 2,1 billions USD, it is 57% of GDP. The value of financial actives falled of 80-85% of world GDP.
This financial crisis will attack to world ekonomic, it is very dangerous.

busywom



Hi friends!!!


This time we visit Cape Town. Do you know what is the most interessting atraction there?? Table Mountain.


When you visit Cape Town you'll see a huge slab of sandstone, 1086m high and 3km long, smack in the middle of town; that is Table Mountain. Table Mountain's top is often shrouded in clouds commonly known as the mountain's "tablecloth". The mountain is home to more than 1400 unique species of plants as well several mammals and over 100 invertebrates. The views of Cape Town and its coastline from the top are spectacular (if the mountain doesn't have it's tablecloth). You can even see Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years. There are cable cars to get you to the top but if you're fit it's worth attempting the 3 hour climb up one of the many trails. If you are interested in paragliding down you can do that too. There's a restaurant and a souvenir shop at the top of Table Mountain for your convenience.
Note: The cable cars do not operate when there are strong winds (which is fairly frequently). If the mist comes down while you're at the top of the mountain a horn will go off as a warning. If you hear the horn make your way to the cable cars to get down safely.


So, do you think that this place is the right place for your holiday? Check it out!




Bye, bye!!!




Written by Carla Kristof



Hi people!!!


I am back and I want to continue with my article about Victoria Falls. From which country do you have to travel to Victoria Falls? Zambia or Zimbabwe???Up until about 10 years ago Zimbabwe was by the far the most popular country to visit the Victoria Falls from. There are plenty of luxury hotels and the infrastructure is good. You can walk to the falls from town along well marked paths and the view is certainly the best from this side because you can stand opposite the falls and see them head on. But, the political situation in Zimbabwe has meant that tourists are opting to visit the falls from the Zambian side. Visiting the falls from Zambia has some advantages, namely the tickets to enter the park are cheaper and accommodation in the town of Livingstone is also traditionally less expensive. You can see the falls from above as well as below and the surrounding forested areas are more pristineI would recommend visiting from both sides, there is a border post you can cross quite easily and day passes are given out so you don't need to get a visa in advance. But as with all border formalities, check in advance since rules can change from day to day.




Written by Carla Kristof



Hi Friends!!!


Have you ever read something about Victoria Falls??? This time I will be write about these amazing place.The Victoria Falls are one of the greatest natural wonders of the world. If you're planning a trip to Southern Africa you simply have to witness this mile-long curtain of falling water. As the explorer David Livingstone remarked when he first saw them "scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight". The Victoria Falls lie in between Zambia and Zimbabwe in Southern Africa. The falls are part of two national parks, Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia and Victoria Falls National Park in Zimbabwe. The Victoria Falls are just over 1 mile wide (1.7 km) and 355 feet (108 m) high. During the wet season over 500 million liters (19 million cubic feet) of water plummets over the edge into the Zambezi River. This incredible amount of water generates a huge amount of spray which shoots 1000 feet into the sky and can be seen 30 miles away, hence the name Mosi-oa-Tunya (Smoke that thunders). The unique geography of the falls means you can watch them face-on and get to enjoy the full force of the spray, noise and spectacular rainbows that are always present. The best time to view the Victoria Falls is during the rainy season from March to May, when they are at their most impressive.
In the next publication I will continue with my telling about Victoria Falls because this place is staying in my heart!




Bye, bye!!


Written by Carla Kristof

Hi Kids!!!


I was writing in the last publication that the next country, which I want to describe is Africa. So, I want to write something about South Africa and I want to show you interesting destinations there.
It’s no wonder that South Africa draws more visitors than anywhere else in sub-Saharan Africa. World-class wildlife-watching, cosmopolitan cities like the great big beating heart of Johannesburg, stunning natural panoramas from Table Mountain National Park and vibrant cultures make the country appealing to almost every taste and budget. Geographically, its extremes include the arid semidesert of the Karoo, the snowcapped peaks of the Drakensberg Range, the lush subtropical coast of KwaZulu-Natal and the fertile temperate valleys of Western Cape. Within the space of a day, you can journey from vineyard-clad hillsides in the Western Cape to the vast open spaces of the Kalahari; from waterfront chic in Cape Town to isolated Zulu villages; from elephant-spotting in Kruger National Park to the sublime seascapes of the coast. While it’s easy to focus on the glitz and developed infrastructure, you’ll only get below the surface by seeking out the country’s other face – most visible in the sprawling townships where far too many people live stalked by the shadows of hunger, poverty and one of the highest HIV/AIDS infection rates in the world. Behind its incredible natural beauty, South Africa is the stage for the daily drama of one of the world’s greatest experiments in racial harmony. The intensity of this drama surrounds you wherever you go, and is likely to be one of the most fascinating and challenging aspects of your travels.


Bye, bye!!!


Written by Carla Kristof

Sunday, March 15, 2009

PROMINENT STUDENT


Zuzana Belohorcová is studying in Prague at university of celebrities. She failed in Slovakia.
Do you want to study?? Move to Czech republic and start to study at any of famous expensive university. Zuzana Belohorcová did so. She didn´t any chance to graduate in Slovakia. She pays now about 56 000 czech crowns per year. In the class she is sitting with other celebrities so she has bigger chance to graduate there. from 4. class she went to second at Ján Amos university in Prague. She is saying that titul of social comunication she can get much easier. She coud feel that she is famous in Slovakia, because 3 of tutors didn´t give her any chance to pass the exams. She is working for czech TV Prima in life and style show. She also owns shop with fashion clothes. She sad: ,, It is hard job´´.

Kiky:-)

Katie Holmes´s magical change


Katie Holmes went to Japannes Marita with short haircut. Just after 49 hours she was in Tokio with long hair as a princess. While his husband Tom Cruise was looking after his propagation to his new movie Valtina, where he played German soldier nov Staufferberg, Katie mixed magic elixir for growing hair and it made a big real magic abraka dabra and from Katie is a long hair princess. Behind actress magic is, of course magical hairdresser, who made her long hair very nice looking.

Kiky:-)

Victims of Germany school shooting

A teenager has killed 15 people in south-west Germany after attacking his old school with a gun. Nine pupils and three teachers at the school were among those shot and killed by the 17-year-old boy. The attack started around 9.30am in Germany when the teenager went into the school and started firing. He killed a number of people before stealing a car and driving to a nearby town. Police founded him there and he was killed after a shoot-out.

The gunman hasn't been named officially, but people who live in the area in Germany have said he is called Tim Kretschmer. People, who knew him said, that he went shooting in a forest every day. His father have had a collection of weaponry.

The leader of Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel: "It is unimaginable that in just seconds, pupils and teachers were killed - it is an appalling crime.“

This is a day of mourning for the whole of Germany.

JOY


Victoria Beckham in bed:-)


Victoria Beckham has a secret beauty regime ! The former Spice girl apparently sleeps naked apart from white cotton gloves and thick socks, in an attempt to halt the ageing process. She puts really thick foot lotion on with socks before she goes to sleep. She also uses thick hand cream with gloves at the same time. David thinks she is loony because she gets into bed with gloves and socks on. She is 34-year old star, who is married to soccer star David Beckham. Posh claims ritual is one of her top 10 beauty secrets. She also takes great care to ensure her eyebrows are in tip top condition.

She spends more time on them then she used to. She always thought, 'Oh, they're just brows.' But now she pays attention to them. She brush them and she is careful not to over-pluck.

Kiky:-)

Kamil Mikulcik and Nela Pociskova in the Eurovision !!


For the first time in the Eurovision song Contest since 1998, the Slovak public broadcaste STV organised a great national selection this year. All 50 songs were presendet in 5 semi-finals. A sixteenth finalist recieved a wild card by the jury: Samo Tomeček singing To čo chceš.
It was a great schow with pyrotechnical effects. In the end, top 3 songs were:

1. K. Mikulcik and N. Pociskova- Leť tmou
2. Tomaš Bezdeda- Každý v nás
3. Mukatado- Ja sa mám

Kamil Mikulčík is a 31- year old actor, who also sings in the cappela band Fragile and Počisková is a 17- year old student of acting. Soon she will also star in the musical West Side Story.
The first reale Slovak entry in the Eurovision was Nekonečná pieseň by the Martin Ďurinda and Tublatanka who reached 19th place in 1994. This year Slovakia will be represented in the Slovak semi- final of the Eurovision Song Contest to take place on May 14th in Moscow.

Kiky:-)

Saturday, March 14, 2009

The most logistical places was rented in Slovakia


For slovak developing logistics was the year 2008 record. On the market came the most square meter places and the companies rented the biggest area. The general area of rent places was 300 000 square meter. Request for logistical places was in the Slovakia the highest of central-european countries. The grow was 56% in Slovakia, in Hungary about 18%, in Poland just 13%, the Czech Republic didn´t mark any grow but the fall about third part. The developing company ProLogis with it´s parks in the close of Galanta, Bratislava and Nové Mesto nad Váhom rented the most of logistical places. The price of rent wasn´t change, it cost 3,65€/m2/month. The most rented places was in Bratislava. In central- and eastern Slovakia wasn´t marked any transaction. The well-known logistical companies are J&T, AIG Lincoln, HB Reavis and Pinnacle.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The price cycles of the oil from the ´90´ of the 20th century to present time

After the end of the war between Iraq and Iran the organization of OPEC attemped to stabilize the prices of the oil on a high niveau. The housholds began to limit their consumption, the producers of the car industry began to produce automobiles with low consumptiom of fuel. The prices of oil decreased to 10 dollars for barell.

About 4 years later the situation has changed. Iraq´s dictator Saddám Husajn attacked Kuwajt. The prices of oil was 35 dollars for barell. After the end of this war it decreased to 15 dollars for barell.

In 1997 the financial cricis come to Asia. The GDP reached red numbers. The
ecomomic growth was low, the demand for oil decreased and theprices of oil, too. In 1998 the price of oil reached the lowest level of all times,11,28 USD for barell.

In 2006 the development of the prices of oil was stabilized. It was around 50 – 70 dollars for barell. The reason of increasing the prices was the economic growth in China, India and USA.
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Development prices of oil

The prices of the oil behave as the prices of whichever comodity. When the demand for oil increases, the prices grow up, too. On the other hand when the offer of the oil increases, the prices fall.

The price cycles of the oil:
After the Second World War the price of the oil was 1,17 dollars for barrel. The oil states don´t like low prices consequently they attempted to make a cartell.

In the year 1960 the organization of OPEC was found. This organization connects the biggest exporters of the oil: Irak, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. In 1973 come an unexpected event. Syria and Egypt attacked Israel. The Western countries wanted to protect Israel. Most arabian states declared embargo on the export of oil into the USA and West Europe. One year the price of the oil increased on the 14th multiple – 12 dollars for barell.

The next important moment in the history of world economies were years 1979-1981. First came the islamic revolution, then went on with the war between Iraq and Iran. The price of the oil increased to 35dollars for barell.

We will continue in the next article

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Car-scrapping bonus

The car-scrapping bonus will actually help the car giants as Kia, Volkswagen and PSA Peugeot-Citroen, that have plants in Slovakia. This is one of the ways that the government of Robert Fico is planning to assist the car industry in Slovakia.

Owners of cars which have been in use for the past ten years and were registered on the territory of Slovakia before December 31, 2008, might be soon eligible for a €2,000 bonus to have them scrapped, providing they buy new ones. The cabinet decided on March 4 that the minimum sum, the state would provide, would be €1,000. If a car dealer were to contribute a €500 discount, the state would match it by paying another €500 of the buyer’s final bill. But the car-scrapping bonus will only apply to new cars with price under €25,000.

Not only private individuals but also the self-employed and legal entities will be eligible for the scrapping bonus.

JOY

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Dutch recovered missing paintings


Dutch officials have recovered eight paintings by artists, including Pissarro and Renoir, that have been missing since 1987. The works, dating from the 17th and 19th Centuries, were found in the south of the country after they had been offered for sale. Some of the works - which disappeared from Maastricht's art gallery - were seriously damaged.

Two men and a woman were arrested and will appear in court on Monday. The investigation has yet to determine where the paintings have been for more than 20 years. The paintings were found in the towns of Valkenburg and Walem.

The works were by 17th Century artists David Teniers, Willem van de Velde and Jan Brueghel the Younger, as well as 19th Century painters Eva Gonzales, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro and Paul Desire Trouillebert.

Dutch officials have not given any further details.


JOY

7 Killed In Pakistan Attack On Cricketers


Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying the Sri Lankan cricket team on its way to play in the Pakistani city of Lahore. At least six policemen escorting the team bus were killed, along with a driver. Seven cricketers and an assistant coach were injured. The Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara told that he and his team probably owed their lives to their bus driver. He said, that the driver just kept driving the bus and that's probably what saved them."

Pakistani officials claims, about 12 gunmen were involved, grenades and rocket launchers have been discovered. The incident has a lot of similarities to deadly attacks in Mumbai in India last November.

The BBC's Barbara Plett, in Islamabad, says that the attack was realised in nature with one group of gunmen firing a rocket-propelled grenade in order to create a diversion, while others then came, firing guns on the convoy.

Sri Lanka's assistant coach Paul Farbrace told: "There was a lot of shouting people and when I got to the floor I realised that the blood that I could see was coming from me."

The Sri Lankan visitors had been given inadequate protection.

Obviously this was one of the worst security failures in Pakistan.


JOY

DC: Hrbagy didn´t get either a set, Italian advance!


CAGLIARI – Slovak Tennists haven´t got either a potentially chance for victory over Italian in final match in second round of Davis cup.
About difinitive loss decided abortion of Dominik Hrbaty against Fabian Fognini in introductory on Sunday double. Hrbaty surrendered 6:7, 1:6, 3:6 and favoured domestic team is inevitably in the lead 3:1.
Slovak Republic will in 2010 make head against Belarus or Macedonia of conserve the competence to the 1. category regional area. Slovakia would play in Belarus, or they would have advantage of indoor background by playing with Macedonia.
Paul

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Presidential election nears - but who will vote?

The next presidential election will take place in Slovakia in just one month. There is still uncertainly about how many people will turn out vote. The analysts said :"Not many!" The election will cost more than 9,5 millions. The money will come form the Interior Ministry. In the first round of voling on March 21. seven candidates will bid for the presidency. The candidate Ivan Gašparovič - present president, is supported by two of the parties Smer and The Slovak National Party. The next political party Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) has nominated its own candidate Milan Melník. Iveta Radičová, František Mikloško, Pavel Haulík, Milan Sidor, Zuzana Martináková are candidates of president too. At the last election didn´t take part 22% of volers. However, in this presidential selection this number will increase.
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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Ohhhh KIM :-)


The real reason behind American socialite Kim Kardashian refusal to do her famous back pose at the Stardust Pictures pre-Oscar bash has been put down to a wardrobe malfunction.
Kardashian, had arrived at the event at Haven House in a belted Halston dress, but while posing on the red carpet she refused photographers requests to turn around.
Kardashian politely refused their request saying that she did not like the back of her dress and her sister Kourtney also advised her from the side not to turn around.
It was later discovered that the real problem was due to a dreaded wedgie.
:-) :-) :-) :-)

KIKY

Rihanna and Chris Brown


Pop star Rihanna was reported on Friday to have reunited with her RandB singer boyfriend Chris Brown, less than three weeks after he was alleged to have assaulted her.
In Barbados born Rihanna who had hits Umbrella Disturbia and Brown were spending time together in one of the homes of hip hop mogul Sean Diddy Combs.
Brown 19 a rising young star with a huge teen fan base, was arrested on February 8 on suspicion of making criminal threats against a woman after a late-night altercation in a car.
Los Angeles prosecutors have not yet decided whether to file formal charges against Brown, who performed chart-toppers Run It! and Forever.
A picture of a bruised Rihanna with swollen lips was leaked on the Internet last week, apparently from Los Angeles police files and added credence to widespread reports that the woman involved was her.

KIKY

Agassi is back!


NEW YORK – Tennisplayer Andre Agassi will show himself on World Team Tennis, where will he play for Philadelphia team Freedoms.
Agassi, which quited his career in 2006, will fall in on 10-th july in Philadelphia and one week later in Newport Beach in California.
He won eight Grandslam tournaments and he jointed World Team Tennis already in years 2002 – 2004. On well-know tournament should be also Serena and Venus Williams, John McEnroe, Anna Kournikova and Martina Navratil. The League will be played in 10 towns during july.

Paul.

Boris Becker will have a new wife again


DÜSSELDORF – Legendary german tennisplayer Boris Becker is going to marry 30 years old Dutch Lilly Kerssenberg on 12. jun in Switzerland in St. Moritz. The couple told this in the most popular germen tv-shov Wetten, dass... (Bet, that...) on the Sunday live telecast from Düsseldorf.
Boris knows, that he and women that is not simple theme. He was alredy married and has two children with ex-wife Barbara Feltus (1993-2001), two sons Noah (15) and Elias(9). With Russian model Angela Ermakovova has he daughter Anna, which is now eight.
Becker is with Lilly four years included few fall out. Like it seams now, is it all history now.

Paul

Unusually Holiday!!!

Hi!!
When you are in India you can make biking journey. It is really something special.
Our epic biking journey ushers you into one of the world's most spectacular regions. Over the millennia, tribal conquest and rule have dotted the barren scrubland with exquisite palaces and menacing fortresses overlooking bustling sun-soaked towns. Today the route from princely Jodhpur through the heart of the Thar Desert to regal Udaipur is perfectly suited to fantastic rides on two wheels - a unique way to travel through the region - and on the backs of camels, the more traditional transport mode! Bed down each night in the region's unique and world-renowned hotels.
Tour Jodhpur's staggering 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort overlooking a sea of ancient blue-washed abodes before strolling down serpentine alleys and through traditional markets. Saddle up for a culturally rich first bike ride to the town of Bisnoi, stopping en route to admire the region's finest pottery Bike into the vast desert amid rolling sand dunes and traditional nomadic tribes to isolated Manvar. Trade handlebars for reins, making your way by camel to our home for the night, a remote desert camp.Shuttle to Pali, home to three exquisite Brahman temples. Ride from Pali to Narlai among the starkly beautiful, heart-pumping Aravalli Hills .Watch a breathtaking sunrise from atop Elephant Hill .Pedal to Kumbalgarh, an exquisite 15th-century citadel perched on a hill overlooking the arid landscape. Continue through the rolling terrain of the Aravalli Hills to our spectacular hotel nestled in the rugged landscape. Along the way, visit Ranakpur, a temple housing 4,000 intricately carved marble pillars dating from the 14th century.Spend the day luxuriating , or head out to explore the countryside. Cycle past lake palaces, temples and small colorful villages en route to the easy-paced city of Udaipur. Ride to Pie, passing through rugged terrain and small tribal villages. Take a final stroll around Udaipur, stopping in local craft shops along the way.
I hope that you are although thinking now that this biking journey is perfect type for amazing holiday in India.
Bye, bye!!!

P.S.: Next week Afrika!!!

Carla Kristof

Unusually Holiday!!!

Hi guys!!
Last week I was begining with my writing about the most visiting destinations in India. In this publication I want to continue. I will be writing about Mumbai this time.
Mumbai (Bombay) is called the city of dreams because everybody who enters Mumbai has dreams in his heart. The greatest dream is to become a famous actor. Mumbai is the city which breeds a spiring as well as established stars of the Indian film industryA holiday in Mumbai with a stay in hotel in Bombay can be diferent from person to person, depending on what the tourist is exactly looking for. If it is for some quiet moments with somebody in love, you can listen to the waves crashing against the rocks.That everything is in Mumbai possible. But if you are looking for simply letting down or you want to go out to the party for whole night, Mumbai is the right place for you.
Mumbai has many tourist attractions - the most famous is the Gateway of India, which also is considered to be the principal landmark of Bombay.Mumbai has a lot of beautiful hotels where are many business conferences every year.If you are asking which time is the best time to make a trip to Mumbai (Bombay), it can be any time because Mumbai tourism is always on, 365 days a year.
So, holiday in Mumbai can you definitely write in to you tour-itinerary.
Bye, bye!!!


Carla Kristof

Irish-record bank robbery


Police in the Irish Republic have arrested six men and a woman in connection with the country's biggest ever bank robbery.
On Friday, a gang forced a bank official, Shane Travers, to withdraw 7million euros from the Bank of Ireland branch at College Green, Dublin. They had taken his partner, her mother and a five years old boy as hostages. They warned him not to call police before clearing out money from his branch the next morning. The gang had forced their way into the home on Thursday night. His partner, Stephanie Smith, was beaten and the family bundled and driven from the house. The 24 years old key holder was forced to drive into work early on Friday. After filling laundry bags with notes from the Dublin branch, he handed it over to the gang at the train station. His partner's family were then released on Friday.

In 2004, a gang forced two employees of the Northern Bank to help it steal £26m from the bank's central Belfast safe.

Iraq plan


President Obama said on Friday, that American combat forces will be withdrawn of Iraq by August 2010, 19 months after his inauguration and he would finish the war that has taken for nearly six years.
But up to 50 000 of 142 000 soldiers will stay there into 2011 to advance Iraqi government and safety forces.
Mr Obama said all US soldiers would have left Iraq by the end of 2011, in line with an agreement signed between the two countries last year.
"America's men and women in uniform have fought block by block, province by province, year after year, to give the Iraqis this chance to choose a better future. Now, we must ask the Iraqi people to seize it" he said.