Phone Tender to Get Independent Review

first_imgA multi-year, multi-million dollar tender for local voice telephone services is being placed on hold pending an investigation into allegations the procurement process was flawed. “Whether or not these allegations have merit remains to be seen,” said Labi Kousoulis, Minister of Information Management. “However, they are of such a serious nature and the contract is of such a magnitude, that I believe an independent review is warranted.” Government’s internal audit group will oversee the audit and prepare the terms of reference. The group will likely hire telecommunications procurement experts to help with the review, which is expected to take four to six weeks.last_img read more


first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Login/Register With: John Wick 3 ups the ante with not one but TWO dogs. In the desert. With Halle Berry.— Ali Plumb (@AliPlumb) December 19, 2018 Advertisement Advertisementcenter_img There is definitely going to be some globe trotting in this film, as in one pic we see him in the desert, and another has him in the rain while walking through a cityscape. With these official photos, there’s hope that a trailer will be released shortly.The John Wick films have been highly successful action films. Bringing Reeves back to the action genre, their simplistic storytelling and well choreographed style has made them box office smashes. Now, these films have been straight forward, with little backstory on titular character Wick, other than the ‘Boogeyman’ tales told by those who know his legend.With the casting of Anjelica Houston in a mysterious role as ‘The Director’, meant as a ‘protector’ for Wick and somehow responsible for his upbringing, we may be getting more backstory on the world’s greatest hitman. Regardless, we’re all excited to see a what looks to be the final chapter for John Wick – though the film’s director, Chad Stahelski, has ideas for future films:“I enjoy making these movies because there’s no limit. We create our own mythology, and we have a studio that both stays out of our way and supports us on the wacky decisions. If people go see the movie, and it makes money, and they came back to us, Keanu and I have ideas for days. I could live here for the rest of my career. If people like it and want to watch more, I could think of way worse ways to spend your career. But, you know, we’re in the entertainment business. We’ll let the audience figure that out.”John Wick: Chapter 3 hits theaters on May 17th, 2019.Are you excited for John Wick 3? Let us know in the comments below!BY VINCE HOOVER | SCREENGEEK Advertisement Twitter John Wick is on the run. After the first two installments involving The Boogeyman of the criminal world, Keanu Reeves dons the suit again, but this time, he is the hunted, rather than the hunter. He killed a member of the High Table, and did it on Continental grounds, causing a large bounty on his head and to be ‘ex-communicato’ from the one place he could have found sanctuary. So, what is he to do? Well, thanks to some first look images at John Wick: Chapter 3, we may have an idea.Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we’re getting our first official looks at the third film in the highly successful and amazing John Wick franchise. In it, we see Reeves along side Halle Berry as Sophia, a fellow dog owner (said to also represent someone she lost) and seemingly Wick’s only ally while the world of hitmen stalk him down for a huge bounty.Welcome to the next chapter. #JohnWick3— John Wick: Chapter 3 (@JohnWickMovie) December 19, 2018last_img read more

Toronto stock market closes flat after two days of bargain hunting

TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed flat as a third day of bargain hunting fizzled, trumped by uncertainty about the future of the eurozone.Commodity prices rose even as European Union leaders ended their one-day summit no closer to finding a solution to the region’s worsening government debt crisis.The S&P/TSX composite index had risen as much as 63 points as investors continued to buy up stocks beaten down in a sharp sell-off over the past three weeks. But the TSX ended the day up 1.27 points to 11,566.07 led by falling bank and resource stocks.The TSX racked up strong, triple-digit gains over the previous two sessions as some investors thought the market was looking oversold after plunging as much as 1,000 points from the beginning of this month.“You get to oversold conditions where stocks are cheap and maybe we’ve had a bit too much of this selling,” said John Stephenson, portfolio manager at First Asset Funds Inc.“But I’ll tell you, there is no conviction out there, the news continues to deteriorate out of Europe so it’s hard to be wildly bullish in this market.”The TSX Venture Exchange climbed 25.99 points to 1,282.47.The Canadian dollar was down 0.28 of a cent at 97.36 cents US.U.S. markets were mixed as data showed orders for durable goods increased a slight 0.2 per cent last month after a 3.7 per cent decline in March. That was below the 0.5 per cent rise economists had expected.The Dow Jones industrials were ahead 33.6 points to 12,529.75.The Nasdaq composite index declined 10.74 points to 2,839.38 while the S&P 500 index rose 1.82 points to 1,320.68.Leaders of the 27-member European Union ended their one-day meeting Wednesday apparently no closer to fixing the financial crisis or determining how to deal with the growing possibility that Greece could be forced to exit the eurozone monetary union.Markets have been under selling pressure this month on worries that Greece could be forced to leave the eurozone, particularly if parties opposed to further austerity measures gather more support in next month’s election.“Unfortunately, Europe is running out of time . . they don’t have the options they did and these guys are in a tough place,” added Stephenson.But political uncertainty in Greece is just one of the fires that Europe needs to put out. Leaders are also worried about rising borrowing costs in Spain and Italy that could force them to seek bailouts as did Greece, Portugal and Ireland.The financial sector lost 0.73 per cent on the latest round of worry over the consequences of a messy Greek exit from the eurozone and mixed earnings reports from two of the big Canadian banks.TD Bank Group (TSX:TD) reported a profit of $1.69-billion or $1.78 a share before adjustments, up 21 per cent from a year ago, largely driven by the bank’s North American retail business.After adjustments, the bank’s net income was $1.73 billion or $1.82 a share, four cents above estimates and its shares gained 26 cents to $78.99.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) said its second-quarter profit from continuing operations was $1.56 billion or $1.01 a share, but would have been higher without a loss associated with its acquisition of the remaining half of RBC Dexia.Excluding certain items, Royal Bank earned $1.17 a share, a penny short of expectations and its stock gave back $1.52 to $51.38.Commodity prices advanced even as HSBC Corp. said Thursday that its Purchasing Managers Index based on a survey of Chinese manufacturers showed activity weakened further in May.A preliminary PMI, based on responses by 85 to 90 per cent of companies surveyed for the full index which is released later, fell to 48.7 from April’s 49.3 on a 100-point scale. Numbers below 50 indicate a contraction.There were also mounting signs of a deep recession in the eurozone, where the monthly purchasing managers index from Markit, a gauge of business activity, fell to 45.9 in May from 46.7 in April. The fall was bigger than the expected decline to 46.5. Anything below 50 indicates a contraction.The base metals component was down 0.33 per cent as the July copper contract on the Nymex rose three cents to US$3.43 a pound. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) shed 30 cents to C$31.16.The energy sector was slightly lower as the July crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained 76 cents to US$90.66 a barrel after closing below $90 Wednesday for the first time since the end of October. Canadian Natural Resources (TSX:CNQ) dipped four cents to C$31.41.The tech sector also weighed, with Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM) down 39 cents to $10.98, its lowest level since late 2003. The stock slid after the BlackBerry maker said Wednesday that Patrick Spence, head of global sales, had resigned.The gold sector rose about 0.5 per cent as the June bullion contract in New York gained $9.10 to US$1,568.40 an ounce. Iamgold Corp. (TSX:IMG) advanced 55 cents to C$11.The industrials sector was up 0.55 per cent with Canadian Pacific (TSX:CP) shares up $2.26 to $77.25 as the railway entered a second day of a strike. Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt has said the government is prepared to introduce back-to-work legislation if CP and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference can’t reach a deal. by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted May 24, 2012 4:46 pm MDT Toronto stock market closes flat after two days of bargain hunting AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Government is deliberately creating a health crisis to privatise the NHS doctors

first_imgBut yesterday these were branded “Slash, Trash and Privatise plans” by BMA members, who passed the motion overwhelmingly. Doctors leaders have accused the Government of a conspiracy to create a crisis in hospitals in order to usher in the back-door privatisation of the NHS.The British Medical Association passed a motion claiming ministers are using plans launched last year, ostensibly as a means to reform over-spending facilities, as a front for selling off the health service.They fuelled the row by also accusing political leaders of “scapegoating” doctors as a means of “distracting the public from and under-funded service”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. JEremy Hunt The Department of Health said the claims had no relationship with realityCredit:Neil Hall /PA A Department of Health spokeswoman said: “This motion sadly has no relationship with reality – while of course there are pressures on the frontline, the Government is now spending more than any in history on the NHS, has left doctors themselves to decide on use of the private sector, and public satisfaction is now the highest it has been in all but three of the last 20 years.” But the Department of Health said the union’s claims “had no relationship with reality”, arguing that more public money is being spent on the NHS than at any point in history.Dr Chaand Nagpaul, who takes over as BMA chairman this week, said: “As doctors we strive to provide safe, quality care to our patients. “Yet we appear set up to fail. We trail European nations, with significantly fewer doctors and hospital beds per head and spend £10 billion less per year on our health service.”Following an overspend in the hospital sector of at least £2.45 billion in 2015-16, NHS England initiated a series of Sustainability and Transformation Plans, which divided the country into 44 areas and charged healthcare providers to come up with more efficient processes.last_img read more

Selfgenerated power needs special focus on efficiency

first_imgRemote projects that are far from national power grids will tend to pay a premium for generating their own energy; so they need to plan carefully to use it as efficiently as they can. This is the advice of Zest WEG Group CEO Louis Meiring, who emphasises the opportunities presented by modern technology to reduce energy consumption in just about any industrial or mining enterprise. “Savings of 3 to 5% of energy consumed on site is a realistic target for most projects, especially if the enabling technologies and equipment can be incorporated into the design at an early stage,” says Meiring. “As a group that offers both power generation solutions as well as energy efficiency technologies, we can readily identify and quantify the efficiency benefits for customers.”He says the potential savings lie not only in the operating cost of the standalone power generating facility, but in the capital expenditure for construction, as better utilisation efficiencies can reduce the maximum output capacity required from the plant. Alastair Gerrard, Managing Director of Zest Energy, says his company – which specialises in power supply solutions – works closely with EPCMs or directly with customers to plan and implement optimal solutions. This approach ensures that equipment life cycle costs are well controlled and contribute to overall project efficiency.“In addition to ensuring the right power generation solution for customers, we enhance our value-add through our knowledge of exactly how the generated energy can be best used,” says Gerrard. “WEG’s high efficiency, IE3 rated motors, for instance, can reduce the power consumed in a range of industrial functions such as pumping, conveyor systems and ventilation.” Zest Energy recently installed a turnkey diesel power generation facility for the Balama graphite project in a remote region of Mozambique. Technology options such as variable speed drives can further enhance efficiencies and reduce the consumptive demands that a standalone power plant will have to meet; regeneration strategies also lower costs by feeding power back into the network.“There is also potential for ‘heat and power’ co-generation as an efficiency strategy,” says Gerrard, “where heat can be drawn off equipment like engines to feed back into plant functions, rather than being dissipated with no benefit.” He sees a trend among many industrial users towards pursuing higher energy efficiencies, as this can improve the cost-per-hour of running their assets and lead to a reduction in emissions by using more efficient technologies. “There is also a growing interest in hybrid solutions that can incorporate renewable energy sources like solar and wind, alongside traditional fossil fuels,” says Gerrard. A wide footprint across Africa – including its own entities in Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique and Ghana – allows the Gauteng-based Zest WEG Group to implement and service projects to high standards.last_img read more

10 people who truly show you what a hero is

first_img Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet 1. The pie heroOne man. One bratty child. One heroic move.According to waiting in line in front of a careless mother and her screaming small child, a man who was having a bad day (and a headache) decided to ruin that family’s day. The child was screaming ‘I want f**king pie’ so the man bought up every last pie – all 23 of them – and walked out of Burger King.2. The pizza heroShe had the bravery when nobody else did. Source: ImgurSlapped her with a piece of pizza.3. The beer heroOne man. One kiss. One annoying woman’s face. Source: Imgur4. The gold medal heroNever let them take your dreams from you. Source: Imgur5. The Facebook heroWe all need him in our lives. We just don’t know it yet.6. The watermelon heroOne moment in time. 7. The radio heroActual tears of pride. Source: Imgur9. The gaming heroDoing only what others dream of. 10. The goat heroThere are actually two heroes here. The goat, and the man he respects. Source: MetroThe goat was eventually rescued when the aforementioned respected owner came home and safely removed him from the roof.Read: 6 essential preparations for next week’s Great British Bake Off>Quiz: Which Father Ted character are you?last_img read more

GLOW Actors Talk About Learning to Wrestle and Recreating Their Childhood

first_img When GLOW debuted on Netflix at the end of June, everybody was talking about it. It had great characters, a fun story and made everyone aware of a significant, often overlooked event in entertainment history. Plus, the wrestling was great. It was the most fun I’ve had watching a wrestling TV show in… well, ever. Even though it wasn’t trying to present itself as a real sport the way WWE does, GLOW‘s wrestling scenes still felt as exciting and brutal as the real (fake) thing.A lot of that had to do with the characters. Though the series focused mainly on Ruth Wilder and Debbie Eegan (played by Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin), the cast was full of fascinating, three-dimensional characters. Much of the show’s fun came from watching the supporting cast grow over the course of the season, and develop their wrestling personas. I got to speak with Kimmy Gatewood and Rebekka Johnson, who played the hairdresser/tag-team duo Stacey Beswick and Dawn Rivecca. You might most vividly remember them as the duo that came out in KKK robes during a match on the show. (Awkward as that was, it ended much better on GLOW, than in the real-life 1994 match it was based on.)In addition to playing best friends on the show, Johnson and Gatewood are best friends in real life. They perform sketch comedy together in a 1940s-style act called The Apple Sisters. They work together often, and for GLOW, they auditioned together. They recently took some time out from driving around Manhattan together to talk about GLOW, their characters, and their deep appreciation for professional wrestling.Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Ellen Wong, Alex Rich (Photo by Erica Parise/Netflix)Long before appearing on this show, they were well aware of the actual GLOW. Gatewood said that she would watch Saturday morning cartoons as a kid, and when those finished up, GLOW would come on. To this day, she remembers the characters very well. “I was a big fan, because there was sketch comedy in it, there were crazy characters, and I don’t think I realized at the time what an influence it would have, and how nostalgic I would feel for it,” she said.Johnson says she started watching GLOW at her piano teacher’s house after a lesson. “I remember thinking it was really dirty, like ‘I shouldn’t be watching this! There’s a naked lady on a horse!’ But I loved it; it was like watching MTV after 8 p.m,” Johnson said. (For those too young to remember, after 8 p.m. on MTV was when all the good stuff came on that your parents wouldn’t let you watch.) When Johnson goes back and looks at old episodes of GLOW now, she says, she realizes what a scrappy operation it actually was.Though their knowledge of wrestling stops at the ’90s, they were incredibly excited to learn how to wrestle for Netflix’s GLOW. “That was a cool gift to get. To not only be on a TV show but also get to learn this amazing athletic art form. We now have such appreciation for it,” Johnson said.Added Gatewood, “I think every actor looks for an opportunity to learn something new, and to get into shape.” And they did get into shape doing this show. Johnson said it was important to showrunner Jenji Kohan that everyone do their own stunts. Even though there’s one scene in particular where, as Gatewood put it” they were “hiding, if you will,” it is absolutely them under those masks. “You might not know it’s us, but it’s definitely us, and we have the bruises to prove it,” she said.Rebekka Johnson, Alison Brie (Photo by Erica Parise/Netflix)That’s the part about wrestling that always amazes me. Whether it’s real, scripted or done for a TV show like this, wrestling hurts. Falling to the mat like that isn’t easy. Gatewood and Johnson say it’s something they didn’t have a problem with. “Yeah, it hurts a little bit,” Johnson said. “At first, I was really anxious about it, but once you do it, even if it hurts for a second, it’s fine.” It’s like if you were gonna take a hit in any other athletic thing. It hurts a little, and you get over it, and bruises heal, and you feel so much stronger.”Gatewood says what she really loves about wrestling is how much of a team effort it is. “You have to work with your partner. And what I love is that you have to sell how much it hurts. You know, you get bruises, and you get busted up pretty good, but I would rather get hurt for my partner than watch my partner take a hit that hurts.”“When you’re wrestling, it becomes about making sure the other person is safe, and they’re doing the same for you,” Johnson added. “And you’re doing that dance with each other. It’s the safety dance! You’re thinking about your safety and not what your butt looks like in that shot.”At first, they didn’t understand why anyone would go into pro-wrestling if that wasn’t their goal. GLOW is full of people who want to be actresses and models, so why would they agree to get into the ring. “Then I realized we were doing the exact same thing,” Gatewood said. “And not only is it super fun and empowering, but it’s a real bonding experience. So I think I have a deeper appreciation for what [the original GLOW wrestlers] did at the time.”GLOW (Via Netflix)So how accurate is the new show to the original GLOW? Well, since the first season is all about getting to the pilot episode, there isn’t an answer to that question yet. Johnson says one thing the new definitely has in common with the original is heart. “Those girls really cared about it. If you watch the GLOW documentary, they all look back on that as the best time of their lives. I feel that really came through, that they felt so good about what they were doing… our characters loved it and also the actors loved it. So on so many levels, that part is there. Even if it’s not exactly the same wrestlers… the heart is there.”“And so was the Spandex,” Gatewood added.Though the series isn’t yet confirmed for a second season, both actors said they daydream about getting back in the ring. They see their characters continuing to be the show’s rodeo clowns, but Gatewood would like to explore other wrestling personas as well. Given the actors’ background in sketch comedy, it would be a lot of fun to see Dawn and Stacey play with different costumes and characters. They would both also like to see the show explore who Dawn and Stacey are outside of the ring.“We know who they are,” Johnson said. “They are fans of the Sunset Strip. They’re trying constantly to get into different concerts, you know, sleeping with the bouncer or the bouncer’s brother sometimes just to get in.” Gatewood then chimed in with the idea of them sneaking in to see Motley Crue, getting recognized and still not being able to sleep with the band. Johnson also had an idea that Dawn and Stacey would go back to their hair salon, brag about being famous, and have nobody know what they were talking about.They both made it clear that they are ready for anything the writers cook up for season two. (Assuming there is one, as it hasn’t been announced yet.) With their sketch background, it would be cool to see some of the original GLOW’s comedy make it into the show. Johnson and Gatewood said the original show had commercial parodies “like a low-rent SNL” that would poke fun at the show’s sponsors. They did sketches where the referee would go into the locker room and told to get out, and they rapped. Of course, they rapped. It was the ’80s.“Our show is it’s own thing,” said Johnson. “There’s a lot to be inspired by, but it’s not going to be exactly like the real GLOW.”Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson (Photo by Erica Parise/Netflix)Whether or not the series covers that aspect of the original, Gatewood said she thinks their years of working together as a comedy duo was a big part of why they were cast. “Your wrestling persona is much like a sketch persona,” she said. In one particular episode, they were given free range to do whatever they wanted as their characters found who they were in the ring. Johnson said that they would occasionally pitch the writers on jokes for a scene that would make it into the show. GLOW allowed them to use the sketch comedy skills they’ve been working on for years in the ring. Johnson then added, “and behind the scenes, just CRACKING EVERYONE UP!” After a brief back and forth about whether that statement was true, Gatewood settled the debate. “We are on billboards. In everyone’s trailers.” Can’t argue with that.While there was some improvisation on set, the characters’ wrestling personas were created by the show’s writers. Gatewood and Johnson had nothing but great things to say about the writers of GLOW. They described a highly collaborative process where there was a constant dialog between the show’s creators, writers, and actors. “They’re incredible writers,” Gatewood said. “And what’s nice is they do trust their actors with certain things.They did get to create some of their own wrestling characters as part of the audition. That was mostly so they could demonstrate the range of different characters they could play, so none of it ended up in the show. After hearing that, I had to know what they came up with. “We had these pig wrestlers,” Johnson said. “And we had Betty Cracker, and Suzy Homewrecker, and (slipping into a thick Midwest accent) we made up these Midwestern moms, ya know, ‘have you met our friend’s oil and vinegar? THEY DON’T MIX!’” Continuing in her normal voice, she said, “We had an aunt and her badass, 12-year-old niece who was kind of a goth girl.” They apparently came up with too many characters to name all of them, but they did remember coming up with a pair of New Yorkers, which they pronounced with flawless over-the-top Manhattan accents.Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson (Photo via Netflix)As you might expect, working on GLOW gave them both a new appreciation for wrestling. Since the show, they’ve gone to a couple of indie matches and will watch wrestling clips online whenever they start feeling nostalgic for the show. They also spoke very highly of Kia Stevens, who in addition to playing Tammé Dawson on the show is a real-life wrestler. In the ring, she’s known as Amazing Kong, Awesome Kong or Kharma depending on what league she’s performing in. “I watched her after meeting her and could not believe what a badass she was,” Gatewood said. “It got me excited. It kind of demystified wrestling, I don’t know what I thought it was before, I thought it was a bunch of meatheads banging fists and stuff. Then I realized, it’s just a fun soap opera… It’s so athletic, and I have such a deep respect for it now because it’s not only entertainment, it’s super physical, and it’s so respectful as well. ”“Now we’re just dying to go see it more and go do it,” Gatewood said. “Get on that mat! Get in that RING!”Well, with all the buzz GLOW’s first season got, hopefully it won’t be too long before Gatewood and Johnson can get back in the ring for season two. Until then, we can watch our favorite GLOW moments again anytime on Netflix.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This WeekGLOW Brings ’80s Wrestling Back, the Good and the Bad last_img read more

Representative Knopp Agrees To Break Deadlock

first_imgIn 1981, it took 22 days for a permanent speaker to be elected. However, that organization was tenuous and the speaker was later replaced. The 40-member House has 23 Republicans but just 20 of them have been aligned with the GOP caucus. Now, Representative Knopp will make 21 aligned with the majority caucus. As of Tuesday the House has been in session for 29 days, with no speaker and no clear majority. The lack of an organized majority has left the House unable to set up any formal committees or hear a single bill. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Representative Gary Knopp (R-K-Pen) agreed on Monday evening to break the ongoing deadlock in the Alaska House of Representatives. Knopp left the GOP caucus in December, worried it was too small to function well. He has pushed for the parties to work together and form a majority coalition. The House  is scheduled to meet at 10am on Tuesday, and with this announcement could vote to officially elect a speaker. Representative Knopp: “I’m going to be the 21st vote to support a Republican-led coalition or caucus.” last_img read more

POLICE LOG for April 18 Partying In Path Near Ristuccia Arena Drugs

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, April 18, 2019:Police came across a suspicious vehicle in the Dunkin Donuts parking lot. Driver was using the restaurant’s wi-fi. (2:20am)Fire Department responded to odor of propane in house on Pineview Road. (8:20am)A Silverhurst Avenue resident reported their trash barrels & recycling barrels were missing. (8:43am)Thais Andrade Ortega Dias (29, Malden) was issued a summons for Speeding and Unlicensed Operation Of A Motor Vehicle. Vehicle was pulled over on Shawsheen Avenue. (9:07am)Police checked foot path near Ristuccia Arena for possibly people living there between River Street. Police noted people have been drinking and partying there, leaving trash behind. (11:32am)Police located two bags of powdery substance — possibly narcotics — on the ground on Middlesex Avenue. Bags were brought back o the station for testing. (11:40am)A Grove Avenue resident reported various items stolen from her car over the last few months, as well as damage to her car. (6:44pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 5: Driver Throws Beer Bottles; Syringe Found; Woburn Man Issued Summons; Texting While DrivingIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 6: Man Golfing On School Field; Homeless Person Living Behind Ristuccia?In “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 12: 2 Drivers Issued Summonses; Drone FoundIn “Police Log”last_img read more

Crocodile creates flutter among villagers in Wanaparthy

first_imgWanaparthy: A crocodile which emerged out of Jurala Left Canal created flutter among the villagers of Moolamalla village of Atmakur mandal in Wanaparthy district on Tuesday. According to villagers, the Jurala Left Canal which had got dried up to dead level at some areas has led the crocodile to come out. As the crocodile roamed along the banks of the canal the people were frightened. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us The news of crocodile spread like a wild fire. The villagers immediately informed the police and forest officials about the crocodile. With the help of police and forest officials the villagers tamed the crocodile by tying its mouth with a rope and later left it inside the deep waters of the left canal. “The eight foot long crocodile came out of the canal as the water in the canal at some places has reached the dead level. Because of this it came out. However, the alert villagers along with the forest officials caught it and released it into the canal,” said the Atmakur police.last_img read more

Avengers Endgame directors revealed Game of Thrones ending

first_imgThe Russo Brothers – Directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo – who are currently handling Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4.Getty ImagesJoe and Anthony Russo cannot talk much about Avengers: Endgame movie but they sure can talk Game of Thrones season 8 ending. The acclaimed directors recently talked about the impending conclusion of HBO’s epic fantasy drama Game of Thrones.We have discussed in the past about the striking similarities between Avengers Endgame movie and Game of Thrones season 8. The creators of these two phenomena are not disclosing anything about the end but Joe and Anthony Russo recently talked about Game of Thrones and how as per them, the season eight will end.While talking to Mashable, Joe revealed that Game of Thrones is a very well-written show and the ending is not going to a predictable one.”That show is so well-written that I can’t imagine it’s going to be predictable. But then I try to go, ‘Well, all right, how is unpredictable going to be satisfying?’ So it’s impossible to say.”That being said, Anthony Russo had a pretty solid answer about Game of Thrones ending. As per him, Winterfell will be completely destroyed (this is what we saw in the recently released trailer) and everyone will have to go to the South, the King’s Landing.”So in your brain, you go, Well, everyone’s going to need a new home at some point, so a satisfying ending can’t be that everyone dies.” Game of ThronesGame of Thrones Official YoutubeAnthony Russo can be right about predicting the end of Winterfell. In season seven of Game of Thrones, we saw Night King flying on a dragon and marching towards the North. It won’t be wrong to say that in the very first episode we will get to see the end of Winterfell as we all know it. Even if the Winterfell is destroyed, Jon Snow and others will have to take a quick decision to move to the South or stay there to fight Night King.”Somebody’s gotta get on that throne, in a way, there’s some benevolence moving forward. Otherwise, it’s a really f***ing depressing ending,” Anthony Russo added.Well, no one can simply predict the end of Game of Thrones but as we all know, Joe and Anthony Russo’s are not your usual fans. They have created the Marvel world which we will be talking about for the decades to come, so it won’t be wrong to say that they know a thing or two about writing a good ending.Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1 is going to air on HBO and Joe and Anthony Russo’s Avengers: Endgame movie scheduled to release on April 26.last_img read more

Like Microsoft with the Xbox One Sony working on upgraded PS4 report

first_imgMicrosoft made headlines earlier this month when Xbox head Phil Spencer hinted that the hardware giant was considering ways of upgrading the Xbox One, much like the way smartphones and PCs see iterative updates. If Microsoft decides to release updated versions of the Xbox One on a regular basis, it would certainly signal the end of traditional console cycles.After this announcement was made, the question of how Sony would respond inevitably arose. If Microsoft began to release updated versions of the Xbox One with more powerful hardware, would Sony sit idly by and let the PlayStation 4 ride the current generation out with comparatively outdated hardware?According to a report from Kotaku‘s Patrick Klepek, who spoke with a number of unnamed developers, it seems that Sony is in fact planning on upgrading the PS4. The “PS4.5,” as it is unofficially being called, is said to have a more powerful GPU to support 4K resolution for games and to add more processing power to enhance titles that support the PlayStation VR. Overall, having a stronger GPU would allow for all games on PS4 to have added graphical effects and upgrades.Klepek wasn’t the only member of Kotaku who received information about the “PS4.5.” Both Stephen Totilo and Jason Schreier verified these plans, according to their own sources. Klepek says that the device is still “exploratory” and may not be released this year.One interesting bit from the post was highlighted by Jason Schreier on Twitter. It reads: “As we were chasing down this story, coincidentally, Kotaku UK EIC Keza MacDonald overheard some developers casually talking about the machine while on line at GDC.” These developers also spoke about 4K resolution and PlayStation VR.If any of this is true, the same questions that came up when Microsoft announced upgrading the Xbox One arise here. How exactly will the PS4 be upgraded? If folks have to buy an entirely new system, can they trade in their current console for it? Will the current PS4 be unable to play games which were created for the upgraded system? It’s still too early to speculate on what Sony’s exact plans could be, specially since we don’t know how accurate this report is.As always, take this with a grain of salt until we get official confirmation from Sony. However, given what Microsoft is planning with Xbox One, it wouldn’t be at all surprising if Sony does something similar with the PS4.last_img read more

How Two Stanford Dropouts Built a 26 Billion Company In Just Two

first_imgJuly 26, 2019 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global 7 min read While most elementary school students spend hours playing in the park with friends, Brazilian wunderkinds Pedro Franceschi and Henrique Dubugras had a different pastime: coding. Pedro was the first to jailbreak the iPhone 3G and the first to build software to make Apple’s Siri virtual assistant speak in Portuguese, while Henrique was just 12 years old when he started coding and programming video games for himself. The two met on Twitter, which was the beginning of a successful working relationship spanning multiple ventures. When they were just 16 years old, they started, Brazil’s first developer-friendly payments processor, raised $30 million for it and employed a staff of over 100 before selling the company and starting college at Stanford University. After eight short months at Stanford, they dropped out and started Brex, a startup that issues corporate cards to tech startups. In just two-and-a-half years, Pedro and Henrique grew Brex into a unicorn, as the company’s latest fundraising round values the company at a whopping $2.6 billion.In an exclusive interview for Entrepreneur, I chatted with Pedro and Henrique about their childhoods, their time at Stanford and how they honed their business acumen over time. Their experiences yielded five practical principles that helped them build a multi-billion-dollar company. Related: The Billion-Dollar Business of CBD (Infographic)1. They started early. Though starting to code early helped the co-founders from a technical perspective, getting involved in the business world before they even began their teens also paid huge dividends. Pedro told me that “curiosity and entrepreneurial spirits” compelled him and Henrique to “learn the ins and outs of the business world in Brazil in our teenage years.” At this point, they didn’t know much. Pedro told me that when he and Henrique raised the first round for, “We didn’t know how to think through valuation, or what was a ‘fair’ deal.” To put it simply, the young co-founders knew how to code, but they lacked business savvy. But that was okay ⁠– they were figuring stuff out as they encountered problems with monetization, scaling, and more. Little did they know at the time, the learning experience building would be invaluable and highly relevant to their next venture. Pedro told me: “We learned how critical it was to build systems from scratch to be able to modify important product features like underwriting, payment terms, and rewards without being hampered by legacy systems.”Fundamentally, starting early allowed the co-founders to gain experience far beyond their years, to hop the learning curve immensely when they started Brex. But even with this experience, the odds were stacked against the young founders — college simply took up way too much of their time. 2. They took a risk and went all-in.In just eight months at Stanford, Henrique says that the two “met great life-long friends and learned from outstanding professors.” But there was something off about college. Henrique told me that living out of a dorm room and attending classes made him realize that he missed the independence and entrepreneurial environment he had in Brazil.Related: 24 Facts About Billionaire Warren BuffetThe co-founders loved school — they credit Stanford with its awesome academics and talented people, some of whom became early employees and investors at Brex. But the time commitment that came with attending Stanford was too much. In Henrique’s words, “We knew we were building something special that would require our full time and attention.” He added: “To build something great, once you have conviction, you really need to go all-in.” Juggling school with Brex was the antithesis of going all-in. So Pedro and Henrique dropped out of Stanford despite the company still being very early-stage and having practically no traction. To say that was a risk would be a huge understatement.3. They were flexible and pivoted quickly.But before Brex was a fintech company specializing in corporate cards for startups (and before Pedro and Henrique dropped out), the co-founders thought that the payment woes they experienced in Brazil were already solved in the United States. Hence, they entered YCombinator thinking they would build a virtual reality startup. But just three weeks in, the co-founders quickly realized “we didn’t know anything about the market at all and needed to pivot,” as Henrique told me. Despite betting on the wrong company initially, Pedro and Henrique’s first weeks at YC weren’t a waste. When the co-founders saw that none of the YC startups in the winter 2017 batch could get a corporate card, they realized that the payments space in the United States needed to be shaken up too. Related: From $1 to $1 Billion: A 4-Stage Formula for Company GrowthThat problem motivated Brex. And importantly, the co-founders learned the importance of flexibility first-hand. Henrique told me: “Nothing ever goes exactly as you envision it; staying flexible can help you adapt when these kinds of surprises arise.” Had they stayed with the VR startup idea for longer, it would have been impossible for them to reach the kind of growth Brex did.4. They built a strong industry-specific network. With payments experience, a vision, and a $120,000 seed investment from YC, the co-founders knew they were on the right track but they had yet to gain industry validation. What they really needed to do was get in touch with Peter Thiel and Max Levchin, two of the co-founders behind PayPal. When they did, “it was a huge turning point for Brex,” Henrique told me. “We already believed in our idea and knew there was a market for our product, but having the backing and support from two widely known industry executives was when we realized how big this company could be.”The validation Brex received from the “PayPal Mafia” helped the company raise its $50 million Series B, which included participation from both Thiel and Levchin, Ribbit Capital, a fintech-focused venture firm, and a former Visa CEO. Altogether, establishing a strong industry-specific network ending up making all the difference for Pedro and Henrique, both in fundraising and growth.5. They justified being highly capitalized.With domain expertise and some of fintech’s best onboard with Brex’s mission, Pedro and Henrique needed to do one more thing to make its high-limit corporate card a reality: a lot of money. For many young entrepreneurs, fundraising is a huge pain-point. For Pedro and Henrique, it was no exception, but business fundamentals were on their side: in order to finance their growing payments operation, Brex needed to be highly capitalized. Fintech investors knew this.Besides, Brex had the growth metrics to prove its concept too. Between its Series C in October 2018 and Series C-2 in June 2019, the company had increased monthly revenue sixfold, Bloomberg reported. Its rapid growth coupled with venture funding paved the way for debt financing too. Just three months ago, Brex raised $100 million in debt from Barclays. Altogether, because Brex’s revenue continues to grow, coupled with the importance of fintechs being well-capitalized with strong balance sheets, fundraising became second nature. Investors from earlier rounds were pleased by Brex’s valuation multiplier, and Brex’s revenue allowed it to raise large amounts of debt from banks to further sustain its growth. Because Pedro and Henrique could justify Brex being highly capitalized, the cash in the bank just continued to grow.last_img read more

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first_img Share Tweet Submit The year 2018 brought the new notch design in the smartphone industry. While the trend started last year with Apple’s iPhone X, Android smartphone manufacturers perfected the approach that provided users with more screen real estate with minimal bezels. With that said, today we have a boatload of special smartphones for you all which are available on an insane discount. Our list includes the powerful OnePlus 6, Huawei P20, the stunning Vivo NEX and more. So let’s check out the deals and how you can avail the discounts.Huawei P20, OnePlus 6, Vivo NEX And More Available On A Hefty Discount For A Limited TimeBefore we begin, be sure to note that the discounts are available for a limited time only. So if you have your interest in a smartphone, act fast before the prices revert back to their original model. Moreover, since only a limited quantity is available, we wouldn’t want you to wait.Huawei P20Our list begins with the Huawei P20. The stunning new smartphone from Huawei is one of the best-looking devices this year. With an 18:9 aspect ratio display, the company still managed to incorporate a fingerprint scanner at the front end of the device. It features 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage, so you’re not missing out in this department. It features the dual-lens camera set up at the back and a vibrant display up front.If you’re up for it, you can get your hands on the Huawei P20 at a 23 percent discount, making the price drop to $549.99. Use the code: GB$MPHP20 to avail the offer. Head over to this link to get it.OnePlus 6As we have mentioned earlier, the OnePlus 6 is one of the fastest Android smartphones of the year. With the latest Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM coupled with 64GB of storage space, the device features lightning-fast performance. Moreover, the design of the device is immaculate as the dual camera at the back takes some pretty solid shots.If you’re interested, the OnePlus 6 is available at a discount of 20 percent coming down to just $487.99. Use our code: IT$MPOP64 to get the discount. Head over to this link to get it.Vivo NEXMoving away from the trending notch design, the Vivo NEX has some tricks up its sleeves, It compromised the notch with a pop-up camera module. With the notch out of the way, you’re getting a clear all-glass screen up front, which is nothing short of innovation. The overall design of the smartphone is great as well. Apart from this, it features 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage capacity.If you’re planning to get it, the Vivo NEX is available at a discount of 15 percent, dropping the price to just $609.99. Head over to this link to get the discount.Xiaomi Mi 8Xiaomi Mi 8 is the company’s brand new addition to its flagship devices. The device is pretty neat and the build quality is exquisite. Moreover, according to my personal experience, MIUI provides one of the fast Android experience. The device features 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage and a huge battery capacity.If you’re interested in checking it out for yourself, the Xiaomi Mi 8 is available at a discount of 17 percent, making the price come down to $455.99. To avail further discounts, use our code: IT$MPMI864. Head over to this link to get it.OPPO Find XOPPO Find X is the company’s latest smartphone which has neglected the notch design in favor of a motorized pop-up mechanism. That’s right, the top portion of the device’s frame pops out like a charm that houses all of the necessary sensors. As a result, the device also features a full edge to edge display without any notch cutouts. It couples 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage, which is more than enough in a smartphone. The OPPO Find X definitely takes the cake when it comes to design.If you’re interested in it, the OPPO Find X is available at a 22 percent discount, coming down to $859.99. Head over to this link to get it.That’s all for our list for now. If you’re interested in getting one of the listed smartphones, be sure to hurry up before the discount ends. Moreover, also take note that these are only available in limited quantity. It would be wise to act fast. There will be more discounts in the near future, so be sure to stay tuned in with us.This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the discounts? Are you willing to get one of the listed smartphones? Which one is your favorite out of the bunch? Let us know in the comments.last_img read more

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first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments   Share   But while the short week forces teams to focus more on mental preparation with minimal physical reps — something NFL players aren’t always accustomed to — Cardinals’ center Lyle Sendlein said there’s also a few benefits to playing on Thursday. “It has some pluses to it as well … we get some more time to rest going into our next game,” Sendlein said. “You go into the season knowing you’re going to have one, and you hope it’s earlier rather than later.Sendlein added that the lure of playing a nationally televised game in primetime helps lighten the challenge of preparing for an NFL game in just three days. “All your friends and family in other states can watch … it’s the only game that’s on,” Sendlein said. “It’s a lot of fun. It’s one of the reasons you play the game.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling As if playing the NFC West’s two best teams in consecutive weeks wasn’t enough of a challenge, NFL schedule-makers decided to throw another wrinkle the Arizona Cardinals’ way — facing the Seattle Seahawks just four days after taking on the San Francisco 49ers on the road.The Cardinals will take on Seattle at 5:25 p.m. Thursday at University of Phoenix stadium on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football, Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires To combat the minimal practice time that comes with a shortened week, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians told Arizona Sports 620’s Bickley and Marotta the team will practice almost entirely at walkthrough speed, hoping to get the players mental reps while they recover physically. “I’ve never been a fan of Thursday football,” Arians said. “It’s very hard on these guys’ bodies to recover. There’s no way you can practice on Monday after a Sunday game, and Tuesday is our normal day off. Those are two days we have to practice to get ready for Thursday. “It’s all walkthrough. It’s all mental. It’s a mental week. We’ll go out in shorts and make sure we’re physically ready to play … it’s up to the players to get mentally ready.”The Cardinals have lost each of their two Thursday Night Football appearances since the NFL started scheduling Thursday games in 2006, falling 48-20 in Philadelphia on Thanksgiving 2008 and 14-3 in St. Louis in week 5 last season.“You’ve got to study a lot more because the practices aren’t going to be as physical as they usually are,” Arizona safety Yeremiah Bell said. “We’re all professionals. At this point, you’ve definitely got to know how to take care of your body.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_imgJuly 27, 2015photo by Tomiaki TamuraOne of the best spots at Arcosanti to have expansive view of the Arizona highlands (3,700 feet above sea level) is to go up the stairs to reach the roof of East Housing. The roof terrace is also shared by overnight guests at the photo by Tomiaki TamuraArcosanti construction crew that consists of many of the workshop participants resumes the concrete casting for the stepped-planters.  This early morning routine leaves one more planter to go to complete the by Tomiaki TamuraThis is a part of building restoration project to meet the maintenance and functionality needs as the building ages and its usage deversified. Our planning department has worked on a plan to identify the design issues and developed a set of renderings and working drawings for execution.last_img read more

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