Rede Bandeirantes retoma gravações do seriado Polícia 24 Horas

 

Novos episódios
Depois de um ano e meio, a Bandeirantes retomou as gravações do “Polícia 24 Horas”, programa que sempre oferece um retorno de audiência dos mais razoáveis.

No ar, esses novos episódios serão exibidos a partir de abril.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

 

Womens Oympics qualifiers team profile : China

Osaka: As the 2016 Olympics Asian women’s final qualification round comes nearer, join the-afc.com as we look at one of the participating teams, China.

FIFA Women’s World Ranking: 17th
AFC Women’s Ranking: 4th
Olympic Games: Runners-up 1996, Quarter-finals 2008; Group Stage 2004, 2000
AFC Women’s Asian Cup (8): 2006, 1999, 1997, 1995, 1993, 1991, 1989, 1986; Runner-Up 2008, 2003; Third 2014, 2001, Fourth 2010
FIFA Women’s World Cup: Runners-up 1999; Fourth place 1995; Quarter-finals 2015, 2007, 2003, 1991

TEAM PROFILE
Eight times AFC Women’s Asian Cup winners, runners-up at the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup andsilver medallists at the 1996 Olympic Games, China are one of the traditional powerhouses of women’s football.

The inaugural women’s football tournament, added to the official programme at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, remains among their greatest achievements.

Group stage eliminations at the 2000 and 2004 editions were followed by a return to form with a quarter-final finish at the 2008 Olympic Games, but China failed to qualify for the 2012 tournament in London.

KEY PLAYER
Wang Shanshan hit the headlines at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup after scoring two crucial goals in Canada. The first to secure China a place in the knockout stage in a 2-2 draw with New Zealand and then the only goal as China beat Cameroon in the Round of 16.

Wang has played as a defender, right wing or up front as she did in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the versatile 26-year-old Tianjin Huisen star will be looking to make similarly vital contributions in the final round of the AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Japan.

COACH
Having replaced coach Hao Wei following the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, Frenchman Bruno Bini will be looking to transfer the success he has enjoyed with his home country’s national team to China.

After 11 years working within the national set-up for women’s football development, Bini guided France to consecutive fourth place finishes at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup and 2012 Olympic Games.

Source : Asian Football Confederation Website

Glória Coelho vai gravar participação no humorístico A Praça É Nossa depois de amanhã

 

Festa de aniversário
Glória Coelho, estilista, na terça-feira, entra como convidada na gravação do especial da “Praça”, em homenagem aos 80 anos do Carlos Alberto de Nóbrega. O quadro é o da “Nova rica”.

Dedé Santana, por motivo de saúde, teve que cancelar a sua participação.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Womens Oympics qualifiers team profile : Korea DPR

Osaka: As Monday’s Asian final qualification round for the 2016 Olympics set to kick off Monday, lets take a look at DPR Korea, one of the participating teams hoping to make an appearance in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

FIFA Women’s World Ranking: 6th
AFC Women’s Ranking: 2nd
Olympic Games: Group Stage 2012, 2008
AFC Women’s Asian Cup (3): 2008, 2003, 2001; Runners-up 2010, 1997, 1993; Third 2006, 1999 Fourth 1991 Group Stage 1989
FIFA Women’s World Cup: Quarter-finals 2007, Group Stage 2011, 2003, 1999

TEAM PROFILE
Three-time AFC Women’s Asian Cup champions and winners of the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and 2008 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, DPR Korea are firmly in the hunt for a third consecutive appearances at the Olympics games in Brazil 2016.

Having featured at the last two Olympic Games, DPR Korea will be looking for a third consecutive appearance and improvement upon their two group stage exits in the Sydney and Beijing.

And success at the continental youth level last year will only increase the confidence of Kim Kwang-min’s side as DPR Korea finished runner-up at the AFC U-19 Women’s Championship and went one better at the AFC U-16 Women’s Championship after defeating Japan in the final.

KEY PLAYER
Ri Un-sim has been one the leading young talents in the DPR Korea women’s national team ranks since she exploded onto the world stage at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

The young striker hit the net eight times in six appearances in Azerbaijan and Ri underlined her development in front of goal as she was named top scorer at the 2015 AFC U-19 Women’s Championship.

COACH
Long-serving DPR Korea coach Kim Kwang-min has already overseen three AFC Women’s Asian Cup campaigns at the helm of his women’s national side and was a winner in the 2008 edition.

Also involved in the successful qualifying campaigns for the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, the 53-year-old is well aware of what it takes to achieve success in the women’s game and will look for more of the same in the final round of the AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

Source : Asian Football Confederation Website

Ações da Petrobras em 2015 renderam …R$0,00

Fonte : Site O Antagonista

Se hoje está desse jeito , imaginem em um futuro não muito distante . PROVAVELMENTE , os sócios terão que fazer um aporte financeiro à empresa . Vejam o que Lula e Dilma fizeram na nossa maior empresa .

Monotonia total: Nos noticiários da TV, as flores pararam de nascer

Não por culpa de televisão nenhuma, muito menos dos seus competentes profissionais, mas alguém, além deste que vos fala, já observou a monotonia que tomou conta dos nossos principais informativos?

A ladainha é sempre a mesma: crise se agravando, mosquito fazendo vítimas, enchentes, ladrões nos governos e fora deles, sujeira em toda parte, assaltos idem, mortes e um mar de lama, entre outras tragédias.

Difícil não recordar João Saad, dono da Bandeirantes, quando se deparava com festival parecido nas suas emissoras de rádio e televisão, sem nunca deixar de telefonar para o diretor responsável com a mesma pergunta:

– Filho, hoje não nasceu nem uma flor?

O seu João, lamentavelmente, já nos deixou há algum tempo, mas se por acaso aqui ainda estivesse estaria correndo risco de ouvir um não dos mais sonoros.

Fazer o quê? A nós cabe apenas conviver com isso. E se existir um consolo, como diz uma parceira deste espaço, a jornalista e apresentadora Flávia Feola, é bom se conformar e se preparar, porque no segundo semestre vem o horário eleitoral.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Kim Jong-un observes test-fire of new weapon amid tension

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SEOUL, Feb. 27 (Yonhap) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has observed the test-fire of a new anti-tank guided weapon, the North’s state media reported Saturday, amid a growing tension with the outside world over its nuclear and missile programs.

Kim claimed the portable anti-tank laser-guided rocket has the longest firing-range in the world and its rate of hits is “as accurate as a sniper’s rifle firing” as well as its armor penetrating capability and destructive power are marvelous.

“He noted with great satisfaction that even the special armored tanks and cars of the enemies, which boast their high maneuverability and striking power, are no more than a boiled pumpkin before the anti-tank guided weapon,” of North Korea, the Korean Central News Agency said in an English-language dispatch, without elaborating on date of his inspection.

Kim also called for quickly starting massive production of the weapons and deploying them at frontline military units and coastal units.

The report of Kim’s latest inspection came after the United States unveiled key points of the draft sanctions resolution to punish North Korea for carrying out a fourth nuclear test and launching a long-range rocket in recent weeks.

North Korea claims its rocket launch in February was designed to put a satellite into orbit. Still South Korea, the U.S. and other regional powers view it as a cover for testing its ballistic missile technology, which is banned under U.N. resolutions.

The new sanctions would require mandatory inspections of all cargo going in and out of North Korea, ban exports of coal, iron and other mineral resources — a key source of hard currency for Pyongyang – and prohibit all small arms and other conventional weapons from being sold to the North.

The resolution, which is expected to be formally adopted as early as Saturday, also calls for banning jet and rocket fuel supplies to the North, and grounding North Korean flights suspected of carrying contraband, and denying suspicious vessels carrying illicit items access to ports.

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Source : Yonhap News Agency