LONDON, ENGLAND – Nick Kyrgios was the talk of the tennis world on July 1, after the wild card Wimbledon entry, ranked 144th in the world, beat the player 143 slots ahead of him on the list, top-ranked Rafael Nadal, to advance to tennis’ most celebrated tournament’s quarterfinals.The 19 year-old Greek-Australian captivated fans around the world – not least of all Greek ones – with his magnificent serve and daring play.But on Wednesday, Kyrgios’ rocketship landed back on earth, as he lost to 8th-seeded Milos Raonic of Canada in four sets.No matter, though, as Kyrgios’ unlikely upset of Nadal catapults him out of obscurity and forever embeds him with Nadal – already one of tennis’ all-time greats. When the next rankings emerge, Kyrgios is sure to have made giant leaps forward – regardless of whether his win against the top-ranked Spaniard on Tuesday was a fluke, or whether Kyrgios will now emerge as a force to be reckoned with for a long time to come. TweetPinShare0 Shares
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Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Police looking for candy & electricity thieves FortisTCI reveals Education Week winners Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 28 Sept 2015 – The Fuel Factor Rate continues on its downward spiral as Fortis TCI shows rates decreasing for the third consecutive month.Fortis TCI reveals that the rate from the previous month is at .14cents. Fortis says rates are based on the price of fuel at the time it is purchased from Sun Oil Ltd. and is subject to fluctuating world market prices.The company says it believes “any new or additional forms of generation should not increase cost to customers, or decrease safety and reliability in service.”Residents are reminded that the current rate will be reflected on their September 2015 power bills. Related Items:down, fortis tci, fuel factor Rave Reviews for National Science Fair ideas
Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Kiera Bergman September 5, 2018 Posted: September 5, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsPHOENIX (KUSI) – After a month long search, the body of 19 year old Kiera Berman has been found.The woman from El Cajon disappeared from her home in Phoenix on August 4. She had left her wallet and cell phone behind.From the start, Bergman’s family was fearful about what had happened. Her parents, Chris and Kiersten learned on Wednesday, that her body was found in the desert off State Route 85 west of Phoenix.Her father said that investigators used dental records to confirm her identity. Over the last month, Bergman’s parents traveled back and forth to Phoenix, posting flyers, holding vigils and searching for any clues that might lead to her return.She was last seen at her Phoenix home after an argument with her ex-boyfriend. That man, John Clark was later arrested on unrelated charges after police said they found several stolen ID’s in his car.Clark was charged with multiple counts of theft and forgery. Her father said police have not given the family any indication that Clark might be involved in their daughter’s death.Bergman was a graduate of Valhalla High School and had moved to Phoenix earlier this year, to be with Clark. Her family is receiving many messages of love and support on social media. Body of Kiera Bergman, 19-year-old from El Cajon found in Arizona Updated: 10:22 PM Sasha Foo Sasha Foo, FacebookTwitter
In the midst of a fascinating 2008 presidential race, Rolling Stone unveiled its endorsement of Barack Obama last week with this cover. Like anything this race seems to touch, the cover was immediately tagged as controversial (with some cable news pundits suggesting the magazine touched up Obama’s skin color to make him appear “whiter”).Putting that, and Jann Wenner’s politics, aside for a moment, FOLIO: asked some of its friends in the design world to weigh in on the cover. Here are some early returns:NAME: Dan TrombettoTITLE: Art director, FOLIO:CRITIQUE: From a design standpoint, the composition and typography are very straight-forward – nothing very interesting going on there. The use of an Obama illustration portraying him as a glowing savior peering off into an unknown future? It seems a bit melodramatic. But I’m sure it will get some religious folks up in arms and create some controversy, which is probably the desired effect. If nothing else, it sure gives Barack a lot to live up to—especially since “A New Hope” contains no question mark after it.NAME: Marco TurelliTITLE: Art director, Wine EnthusiastCRITIQUE: Doesn’t really do much for me. Coverlines don’t help sell it to the reader. Barack isn’t looking out into the distance nor is he making eye contact, so in effect he isn’t creating a sense of “greater purpose” nor is he connecting with the viewer. I would expect a more provocative coverline like “America’s Only Hope.” I’ve seen much better from RS in the past when covering political figures. They need to get Woodard back. Hillary’s Last Stand could have been fun though.NAME: Paola DiMeglio TITLE: Associate art director, Psychiatric Times CRITIQUE: First reaction was that this looked like something from a Jehovah’s witness “The Watchtower” cover (those brochures that they pass out for a quarter) … has this religious feel to it. It’s more like he’s doing a Superman stance. Maybe they should have put the “S” shirt under his jacket with the cap. That would have gotten the effect, but maybe taken as more of an insult than an endorsement. I don’t really care for the fonts but I see it’s their standard serif font. It looks more like The New Republic or The Week instead of Rolling Stone. NAME: Randy DunbarTITLE: Freelance designerCRITIQUE: Presumably this an illustration. As illustrations go, it’s unremarkable. And Barack appears to have more lines on his face than Georgia O’Keefe. He also appears to be all ear. Personally, I am not inspired by this cover—by design, color, graphics, etc. If this is the “new hope” cover, the future appears to be cloudy … I did check the cover out at the RS Web site and in a smaller version. It has more impact … whatever that means …NAME: Robert SielTITLE: Production director, Sumner Communications CRITIQUE: Very solid cover. I like the painterly touch to the illustration. Nothing really pops out at me about this cover, either great or bad, but it’s solid. The stance of Barack and the one touch of color on the red tie seem to symbolize a Superman pose.NAME: Bryan CanniffTITLE: Owner, Bryan Canniff DesignsCRITIQUE: I have several reservations about this cover. If I were a Barack supporter I would not be too happy about his angry expression. The candidate for change seems to be looking forward to hard times ahead instead of “A New Hope”. He looks so mad he is literally steaming. The blue color scheme is also not very positive. It makes his skin look even redder in contrast (and angrier). I don’t see the need to cover up so much of the logo, unless it is an awkward attempt to say Rollin one. It looks forced since his head is so small and there is no need to show more of his rumpled suit and askew tie. Starting with his pitifully small light yellow name, the typography is very laid back and the layout is too predictable and unexciting.UPDATE: Tim O’Brien, the illustrator behind the Obama cover, responds … What do you think? Drop us a line [dstableford AT red7media DOT com] or drop your own critiques in the comments section below.
Originally published May 5. Latest twist is a tough one to take and we’re very upset Thanos vs. Game of Thrones Night King: Here’s who’d win Season 8: How to adjust your TV for a cinematic picture We should all thank Game of Thrones for Cersei Lannister 57 Photos Game of Thrones stars, from season 1 through today TV and Movies Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4: The good, the bad… More Thrones Bidding farewell to those who died in the Battle of Winterfell. Helen Sloan/HBO How can there be only two episodes left in the last season of Game of Thrones?But there’s no time to stop, lift a glass of Arbor Gold and reflect on the show coming to an end. HBO aired a trailer for episode 5 after episode 4 Sunday night, and things are only getting more tense.The teaser didn’t offer any spoilers, but best-villain-ever Cersei looked smug, Tyrion looked nervous, and Euron was checking those skies for a certain flying blowtorch. And hey, Jon Snow, good thing you took the Pony Express instead of riding your dragon after all. Game of Thrones Now playing: Watch this: Tags 0 Post a comment Share your voice Game of Thrones’ second-to-the-last episode airs May 12 on HBO. 7:17
Bumro song video from NotebookYouTube ScreenshotBringing back the Kashmiri flavour and adding a distinct innocent charm, ‘Bumro’ from Notebook is all things sweet.The video makes you weak in knees with the adorable innocence and playful equation between Zaheer Iqbal and the kids. Rebuilding the school located amidst the lake, ‘Bumro’ has the actors shaking a leg on the peppy number.As the film is set in Kashmir, the makers couldn’t resist to include the popular Bumro song. Featuring the kids along with Zaheer Iqbal with a hook step in the song. After Nai Lagda and Laila, Bumro is the third song from the film.Notebook takes the audience on a romantic journey back in time against the backdrop of Kashmir, raising the question, can you fall in love with someone you never met?The glimpses of the trailer which showcases Kabir talking about his love for Firdaus has already taken the internet by storm with its unconventional love story dated back to 2007.Notebook has been shot in the exquisite valleys of Kashmir bringing the authentic love story of two lovers Firdaus and Kabir, along with a strong support cast with the child artists, who play a vital role on the story.Helmed by Nitin Kakkar, Notebook is presented by Salman Khan Films and is a Cine1 Studios Production. It is produced by Salma Khan, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde and is all set to hit the screens on 29th March 2019.
Kesari movie critics review and ratingTwitterAkshay Kumar’s Kesari has been one of the most awaited flicks of this year, and looks like the wait was worth it. Some critics and industry folks have already watched the movie, and have come out with their review.Kesari is being called a must watch movie for every Indian. Based on the real-life battle of Saragarhi, Kesari is all about the courage and patriotism of 21 Sikhs who fought against 10,000 Afghan invaders.Directed by Anurag Singh, the movie is being highly appreciated for various reasons. The main highlights of Kesari are its action, dialogues and the screenplay. It is being called a fast-paced film with no dull moment.Akshay Kumar has been winning a lot of accolades for his performance in the film. In fact, it is being called his best performance till date. Although Parineeti Chopra does not have much screen presence, she also plays her part well. The supporting cast too is impressive.The trailer of Kesari had impressed most of the viewers, and now looks like the movie is even more brilliant.Check some of the initial reviews and rating of Kesari:Taran Adarsh: Kesari- Outstanding. Chronicles a significant chapter from history brilliantly… Nationalism, patriotism, heroism, scale and soul – #Kesari has it all… Akshay’s career-best act… Anurag Singh’s direction terrific… Don’t miss! 4*/5*Times of India: With technical brilliance, intricate writing and thundering performances, Kesari is a loud war cry that evokes strong feelings of patriotism and it also wrenches your heart with its climactic tragedy. The visceral power of its visuals and emotions is staggering. 4*/5*DNA: Don’t miss Kesari. It not only makes us feel proud of being Indians but also prompts us to salute the valour of our Sikh community. 4.5*/5*Pinkvilla: In a nutshell, the movie is engrossing, largely well-woven narrative and Akshay as super valiant Sikh soldier will leave a lasting impression. If you are curious about the battle and enjoy war dramas then go ahead and witness the lesser known but significant slice of history. After all, there is no harm in dipping yourself with the colour ‘Kesari’ this Holi! 3.5*/5*Amul Vikas Mohan: @akshaykumar is a lion and a man possessed especially in the last 20 mins of #Kesari!!! This is one of his career best easily.Nishant Bhuse: Speechless #Kesari got goosebumps, a true tribute to the martyrs who were lost in history @akshaykumar top notch performance, startling supporting cast, tight screenplay & hard-hitting dialogues. A masterpieceShashank Khaitan: ‘Kesari’ is a very powerful film, of courage and sacrifice. @SinghAnurag79 congratulations on an awesome Hindi debut. You have created an amazing world. The action sequences and dialogue punches of the film give you goosebumps.Vajir Singh: #Kesari is all about honour, courage and valour told with conviction. Here’s to the gutsy team, @DharmaMovies #TeamKesari Go for colour Kesari, this Holi. Winner, at heart and ticket counters. CongratsRelated
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs/FPIs) were bullish on 17 of the 20 trading sessions in July, investing more than $1.57 billion in Indian equities on a net basis though the BSE Sensex gained 3.89 percent during the month.Data gleaned from Central Depository Services (India) Limited, or CSDL, indicates that FIIs were net buyers of Indian equities worth $1,575 million during July, a month that saw many Sensex companies declaring their first quarter (Q1) results, the BJP-led NDA government making forward movement on the Goods and Services (GST) Bill and formally announcing the acceptance of the 7th Central Pay Commission’s recommendations on salary hike benefiting millions of employees.For the first fortnight, FIIs were net buyers of Indian stocks worth $664 million.The Sensex closed 157 points down at 28,051.86 on July 29, still 3.89 percent higher from its June 30 closing of 26,999.72. Triggers for next weekThe first trading day of August is likely to open on a bullish note after the NDA government announced that it will be tabling the much-awaited GST Bill in the Rajya Sabha next week. Going by the statements made both by the government and the Opposition, including the Congress, the landmark indirect tax reform legislation is likely to be passed. The legislation needs a 2/3rd majority, since it is a constitutional amendment Bill.Though a foregone conclusion, the government’s announcement that it will pay salary arrears to about 47 lakh Central government employees in one go along with their August salary is likely to have a positive impact on market sentiments on Monday.Analysts have already said that higher cash in the hands of millions of Indians is likely to spur consumption, enabling companies to scale up production and thereby better utilisation capacities. On the flip side, there is a risk of inflation going up, as has been expressed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan. The week could also see rate-sensitive stocks such as banks and finance companies reacting to speculation of what the RBI says at its August 9 monetary policy review meeting with regard to interest rates, inflation and economic growth, apart from trends in the global economy.During July, many frontline companies such as Infosys, Wipro, TCS and ICICI Bank declared their June quarter results.Monthly volume sales of car, two-wheeler makersThe first trading day of August will be influenced by volume sales data for July to be declared by the likes of Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Mahindra, Bajaj Auto, Hero Motocorp and TVS Motor. Unlisted entities in the sector, including Renault India, Ford, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota Kirloskar and Mercedez, will also be declaring the figures either on Monday or on Tuesday.Maruti Suzuki is likely to post 10.4 percent growth at 1,21,887 units in domestic car sales from 1,10,405 units sold in July 2015, according to analysts Gaurant Dadwal and Vivek Sarin at Nirmal Bang Equities. Bajaj Auto (motorcycle segment) is expected to post 5 percent growth at 2,96,555 units in July 2016 from 2,82,433 units in July 2015, while rival Hero Motocorp sales are likely to come at 5,16,922 units, up 6 percent from 4,87,580 units sold in the corresponding month last year, according to the analysts.Overall, it is expected to be a mixed one for auto makers.”July is a seasonally lean month for automobile sales and hence we don’t expect any big surprise in despatches…In case of two-wheelers, we expect single-digit growth led by higher scooter sales and recent new launches. As regards cars, new models are expected to drive growth for some companies, while in case of commercial vehicles or CVs we expect single-digit YoY growth in medium and heavy commercial vehicles or MHCVs following recent deceleration in sales and a seasonally weak month for CV sales,” the analysts said.
Madrasa girl is undergoing at the hospital. Photo: Ahmed ZayeefThe physicians carried out a surgery on the Feni madrasa girl on Tuesday to make her lungs functional.”We have conducted the operation keeping her on life support,” Brigadier General Nasir Uddin, a director of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), told newsmen at the Burn and Plastic Surgery Unit of DMCH on Tuesday.Nasir Uddin said the burned girl is facing a number of complications.Alongside blood and lung infection, she has developed problems in her kidney.He said they were trying to provide the girl the best treatment.”We hope the girl will survive. He requested the countrymen to pray for her,” Nasir Uddin added.Quoting Singapore physicians, he said she could not be taken abroad for treatment in such a critical condition.On Saturday, the student had gone to Sonagazi Islamia Fazil Madrasa to take the Alim examination. She was set on fire after being tricked into going to the roof of the madrasa. On 27 March, the student’s mother filed a case against the principal on charges of sexually abusing her daughter. The student was set on fire as she refused to withdraw the case against the principal. She was admitted to the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College and Hospital in a critical condition.