Steaua Bucuresti could not have left it any later to beat Rapid Bucuresti


Steaua Bucuresti 1 - Rapid Bucuresti 0 (Liga I, September 24, 2012) One thing that came in abundance in this match up was the yellow card. It wasn't until the 6th minute of the second half injury time that Alexandru Bourceanu put one in the back of the net earning Steaua Bucuresti a late victory.


Cash-strapped Romanian club thrashed 31-0 by lower-league team


BUCHAREST (Romania) - A cash-strapped Romanian second division side, CS Buftea, paid the price for fielding a side of teenagers when they were thumped 31-0 by the third-tier ACS Berceni in a Romanian cup match. Buftea celebrated promotion to the second division in May, but a team containing predominantly under-19 players were on the wrong end of...


Central lab europe - Bucuresti, Romania


Central lab europe - Bucuresti, Romania Bucuresti, Romania CEE Clinical Trials Numerous multinational clinical trials have demonstrated that the patient recruitment rate in CEE Clinical Trials countries is significantly higher than in Western Europe or in the USA. Why? Clinical Trials patients trust - and seek out - physicians and...


Exhibitors feted at before-Oil Show party


Exhibitors at the 2012 Permian Basin International Oil Show were entertained at a festive cocktail party on Monday -- the eve of the show's opening -- at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center. Background music was provided by the Main Street Jazz Trio, composed of Mark Lowe, bass; Richy Puga, drums; and Dan Ferguson, piano.


Suppiah feted by Malaysian Indian Congress


SINGAPORE - He set the gold standard for refereeing in Asia. From 1953 to 1978, Singapore's George Suppiah not only officiated in 43 'A' international matches, he also became the first Asian man to take charge of a match at the FIFA World Cup finals. He handled Poland's 7-0 win over Haiti in the 1974 tournament which was held in the then-West...


Laurel Papworth: Church of England bans jam and marmalade from fetes because of new food hygiene rules - Telegraph


Religion Church of England bans jam and marmalade from fetes because of new food hygiene rules The Church of England warns jam makers that reusing jars for fetes could fall foul of new hygiene regulations. The Church of England has written to parishes warning them that conserves should not be sold in jars that have been previously used because...


Sofia Coppola, Alexa Chung, and More Fete Acne Paper's Newest Issue


Alexa Chung, Sofia Coppola, and Clemence Poesy were among those who braved the rain Monday night to fete Acne Paper's Issue 14. Held at New York's storied Four Seasons Restaurant, the champagne-filled soiree featured live jazz from the Blue Velvet quintet, while music stands placed around the room showcased copies of the paper.


Cash-strapped Romanian side thumped 31-0 in cup


Cash-strapped Romanian second division side CS Buftea paid the price for fielding a side of teenagers when they were thumped by the astonishing scoreline of 31-0 by third-tier ACS Berceni in a Romanian Cup match. Buftea celebrated promotion to the second division in May but a team containing predominantly under-19 players were on the wrong end of...


Amitabh to inaugurate Kolkata film fete on Nov. 10


Actor Amitabh Bachchan will inaugurate the 18 Kolkata International Film Festival here on November 10. Around 200 films from about 50 countries will be screened at the festival where special homage will be paid to veteran actors Rajesh Khanna and Dev Anand. This was stated by Secretary, Information and Cultural Affairs department, Nandini...


Church of England Bans Jam and Marmalade from Fetes


Why? Because of new food hygiene rules. They have been a staple of church fetes for centuries, and a vital source of parish funds, but jams and marmalades have now been deemed too dangerous for sale. The Church of England has written to parishes warning them that conserves should not be sold in jars that have been previously used because of new...