Thus, the enlightened young man who hoped for success with women had to master the recommended foreplay rituals. Somewhere in this mix, after a series of failed attempts, the young man starts to spot contradictions. Both men and women punish men for embracing their feminine sides. A girl can live through life as a tomboy, but a boy has to master extraordinary courage to live life as a ‘girly man’. ALSO READ: The one that got away: Every man has oneWhen the man steps out of this box, he loses status in his tribe of men.
June 26, 2017 05:37 UTC
Pakistan began Idd-ul-Fitr in mourning on Monday as the death toll in an oil tanker explosion rose to 153, with scores injured after they were caught in a fireball while scooping up spilled fuel. The explosion ignited early Sunday as crowds ignored warnings to stay away from the tanker which had overturned on a main highway from Karachi to Lahore, spilling some 40,000 litres of fuel. State television aired images of Sharif arriving in Bahawalpur, and said he will visit victims at the hospital after being briefed on the incident. Pakistan has an appalling record of fatal traffic accidents due to poor roads, badly maintained vehicles and reckless driving. Villagers near the town of Ahmedpur East, where the accident occurred, told AFP Sunday they were in shock after the accident.
June 26, 2017 05:37 UTC
From late last year, the country has been treated to unending drama by the Ministry of Health and the healthcare fraternity. First, it was the nurses to go on strike then the industrial action by doctors that paralysed public healthcare for over three months and now the nurses are back on the streets. This is not to mean that the strikes are necessarily justified or that the demands by nurses and doctors are realistic. See Also: Pay nurses and solve their strike once and for allWe look up to the Government for quality healthcare and the ministry must do whatever it takes to ensure quality healthcare for all Kenyans. Even if such a decision involves the hiring of foreign medics, so be it.
June 26, 2017 05:26 UTC
ALSO READ: Why teachers make the best wives“Men lie the most but women tell the biggest lies. Men lie like I was at Tony’s house, but women lie the biggest, it is your baby.”It’s an open secret that men lie. Ever wondered why most Nairobi women always want to be invited over to men’s houses, yet they never reciprocate by hosting men in their digs? We asked a few Nairobi women why they lie and the lies they have told over the years. The lies that Nairobi women live.
June 26, 2017 05:26 UTC
I am told insurance companies have opted not just to do insurance business but also supply parts to garages. So, if there are many fraudulent claims, insurance companies should start checking their systems. See Also: The spareparts undying war between motorists and the insurance service providers over sparepartsThe problems begin there. It is said insurance claims is one of the avenues used by rogue managers or employees of insurance companies to siphon money or steal. What will prevent collusion between insurance companies’ employees and the spare parts dealers, some who could actually be criminals in the first place?
June 26, 2017 05:03 UTC
Ipswich Town’s £2m bid for Danny Ward shows Marcus Evans is ready to spend againIpswich Town owner Marcus Evans' record transfer fee is £2.6m on Carlos Edwards in 2009. © Copyright Stephen WallerIpswich Town owner Marcus Evans is ready to spend again this summer. Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. The EADT and Ipswich Star understands that the Blues did all they could to land Rotherham striker Danny Ward. A central midfielder – hopefully recent Cardiff loanee Emyr Huws – remains top priority, while another striker, winger and potentially a centre-back are also on the agenda.
June 26, 2017 05:03 UTC
Embakasi residents engaged joint Security officers from different security agencies in 'Dumisha Utulivu', an exercise meant to Tackle Rapidly and Effectively respond to security challenges in the fourth coming General elections. 600 Personnel officers participated in the four day event held at Humanitarian and Peace Support Services at Embakasi Garisson on Friday, June 23, 2017. The preparations were saw the officers train on how to deal with post-poll chaos that may arise on the August 8 polls and after election results are out. Migori is among counties that have been marked as violent during electoral processes and had a series of chaotic incidences during political party primaries.
June 26, 2017 04:52 UTC
By AFPMore by this AuthorGUATAPE,At least six people were dead and 31 missing after a tourist boat sank in a reservoir in northwestern Colombia on Sunday, the country's president said. An official in the National Risk Management Unit, Carlos Ivan Marquez, confirmed the toll of six separately to AFP. Regional authorities said the boat was carrying 170 people, most of whom were rescued by other boats or escaped by themselves. "We started to feel like the boat was going to capsize," she said. Guatape fills with tourists on long weekends like this one, since Monday is a holiday in Colombia.
June 26, 2017 04:41 UTC
Coca-Cola South Pacific has commenced advertising for its new Coke No Sugar soft drink using the slogan ‘Say yes’. Following the announcement in early June the brand would be replacing Coke Zero with Coke No Sugar, Coca-Cola and Ogilvy Sydney have released the ‘Say yes’ campaign across out-of-home and television. The 30-second commercial features people watching fireworks, dancing in a club, jumping in a pool and sharing a Coke No Sugar with friends. The ad, which is backed by Kelly Rowland’s Taste That Feeling, doesn’t feature any dialogue, but features text encouraging consumers to ‘Say yes to something new’, ‘Say yes to the taste you love’, ‘Say yes to the bubbles’, ‘Say yes to ahhhhhh’ and ‘Say yes to new Coke No Sugar’. The out-of-home part of the campaign is also interactive, allowing passers by to verbally ‘Say yes’ to the ad to receive a free sample dispensed from the fridge panel.
June 25, 2017 23:48 UTC
By AFPMore by this AuthorSOCHIGermany's Joachim Loew said he is looking forward to facing Mexico on Thursday in the Confederations Cup semi-finals after the world champions pipped Chile to top spot in Group B. Loew, in his 150th match in charge of Germany, maintained his impressive record of reaching the semi-finals of every tournament over the last decade. "That could have been a quarter-final in the World Cup, such was the level of this game," said Pizzi. "We are happy to reach the semi-finals and reach that aim. "They (Chile) are a world class team, a fantastic team, and have played some of the best teams in the world off the park.
June 25, 2017 21:22 UTC
"We as Nasa will ensure we reclaim Migingo and support our fisherfolk,” Mr Odinga said. “Jubilee promised to carpet the Busia-Malaba road but until now nothing is going on. The President was also in Vihiga, Nasa principal Musalia Mudavadi’s home turf, to preside over the opening of Jumuia Kaimosi Hospital Kaimosi. Mr Mudavadi and another Nasa principal, Mr Kalonzo Musyoka, toured Teso North and Teso South constituencies in the search for votes. Mr Odinga and Mr Wetang’ula later joined the other two opposition leaders.
June 25, 2017 21:11 UTC
A security operation that was ordered into Kerio Valley in February this year after vicious attacks in the area seems to have fizzled out. Other than the complaints of harassment residents lodge against police officers, the bandits there seem to enjoy a form of superiority over our security forces. In March this year, while Deputy President William Ruto was on an official visit to Kerio Valley, bandits opened fire in the vicinity where he was addressing a rally. The police, and indeed the Government, should move away from giving platitudes and, for once, act to free citizens in bandit areas of the yoke of living in perpetual fear. ALSO READ: Honda to make motorcycles in Kenya using local materialsIt is not acceptable that a ragtag group of individuals can run rings around our security agencies at will.
What makes Pakistan's win unique and inspiring is that the country has been ostracised by the cricketing world, including its neighbour, India. Kenya and Sri Lanka understand being snubbed because of terrorism or strife. During the 1996 Cricket World Cup, co-hosted by Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka, some teams refused to play in Sri Lanka, but Kenya played there. During the 2003 Cricket World Cup, hosted by South Africa with some matches in Kenya and Zimbabwe, New Zealand felt Nairobi was not safe, but Sri Lanka returned the favour and came. In 1996, Sri Lanka beat the odds and emerged victors and in 2003, Kenya had a fairy tale run, and beat Sri Lanka in Nairobi on their way to the semis, their last stop.
Kakamega hope to rise again: kenya secondary schools term two A games finals Kakamega Boys soccer players commonly known as Green Commandos celebrates as they carry their goalkeeper Reinny Omondi shoulder high after winning the 2017 Kenya Secondary Schools Term Two A Games championship in soccer at Shanzu Teachers Training College, June 10, 2017. Kakamega won 4-3 in a penalty shoot out after a barren draw with Passenga High School. Fallen giants Kakamega High School’s Green Commandos will seek to reclaim the title in this year’s Secondary Schools national Term Two B games set for next month in Nyeri. Kakamega last featured in the national games when they hosted the 2014 edition. They lost 1-0 in the replay at Machakos, one day before the national games kicked off.
But President Kenyatta, who was accompanied by Jubilee pointmen in Western region led by Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka, avoided campaigning at the function. After delivering his speech, President Kenyatta said: “I wish you peaceful campaigns.”He shortly left the venue to fly back to Nairobi. SCHOOL OF MEDICINEThe President pledged to give Sh400 million for the establishment of the school of medicine at the refurbished Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi. He assured the residents that his administration would improve the region’s infrastructure, including supply of water and energy to communities. The President said the government was keen on increasing water supply in the region following an agreement signed with Belgium that will see Sh1.8 billion injected into the water sector.
June 25, 2017 21:00 UTC