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18:13

LifeStyle

26 June 1987: Jesús Gil y Gil takes over at Atlético Madrid

Debbie Bartlett

On 26 June 1987, Jesús Gil y Gil was elected president of Atlético de Madrid football club. In those days his name was not as famous - or notorious, would be a more accurate description - as when he was mayor of Marbella, but his was a character ... which always caused controversy whatever he did. His lengthy presidency of the football club was no exception. Jesús Gil was born in 1933. In the 1960s he was a property developer but was sentenced to five years' imprisonment in 1969 when part of a ... and residents and the joy of others, Jesús Gil and his Grupo Independiente Liberal (GIL) won the local election in Marbella. And then the 'fun' began. For Gil and his family and friends, anyway. Atlético de Madrid also benefited. In what is known as

16:05

Local

Malaga bishop relocates Benajarafe priest at the centre of racist abuse

Eugenio Cabezas

The Bishop of Malaga has agreed to move Father Jesús Ramesh Babu Gudapati from the parishes of Benajarafe, Chilches and Cajiz to Monda and Guaro. This follows the torrent of threats, insults and xenophobic abuse he has suffered at the hands of a ... group of local youths. He will move in September and be replaced by Father José Danilo Moreno Pérez. The situation hasn't improved for Father Jesús, despite a 16-year-old boy being sent to a youth detention centre for six months for his part in the

15:12

Opinion

Sticking plasters

Jennie Rhodes

The Bishop of Malaga has announced that Father Jesús Ramesh Babu Gudapati, the priest who has had ongoing xenophobic abuse from a gang of youths, is to be moved from the parishes of Benajarafe, Chilches and Cajiz to Monda and Guaro in September and ... Father Jesús will be replaced by José Danilo Moreno Pérez. Father Jesús is originally from India, but has lived in Spain for four and a half years and has been in the Axarquía parish for eight months. While I sincerely hope that the youths of Monda and ... the regular calls from Father Jesús who endured both verbal and physical attacks at the hands of the gang members. One 16-year-old has been given a six-month sentence in a youth detention centre for his part in the torrent of abuse that Father Jesús

17:59

Local

Mayors in Antequera area join forces against a"senseless" new bottling plant

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ / Antonio J. Guerrero

...of Villanueva del Rosario, Juan González, who was accompanied by his counterparts from Villanueva del Trabuco (José María García), Colmenar (José Martín), Alfarnate (Juan Jesús Gallardo), Alfarnatejo (Daniel Benítez) and a councillor from Casabermeja

16:08

Local

Neighbours show solidarity with priest who has suffered xenophobic abuse

A. P. / J. R.

Dozens of Benajarafe residents gathered in front of the village church on Sunday morning to show their support towards Father Jesús, who has been suffering xenophobic insults and threats since he was appointed priest of Benajarafe and Chilches ... Jesús Ramesh Babu Gudapati, 37, who is originally from India, started his job at the parish church, he has been the victim of regular insults, threats and vandalism to his property by a group of youths, many of whom are thought to live in the village. ... on but when they have gone the youths return and are even more violent,” Father Jesús told SUR. They have knocked on his door during the night and demanded money and vandalised his car and house. He has had to listen to racist insults including,

21:11

LifeStyle

Legendary Spanish singer Camilo Sesto dies aged 72

Daryl Finch

...his role as Jesus in the Madrid production of Jesus Christ Superstar. It was the first big musical to be staged in Spain (in 1975, the latter days of the Franco regime). Andrew Lloyd Webber admitted that this was the only production that could equal