South Africa have included two uncapped spinners, Tabraiz Shamsi and Keshav Maharaj, in the Proteas Test squad for the three-match series against Australia to be played Down Under from the beginning of next month. (Latest Cricket stories)Faf du Plessis will again captain the team in the absence of injured AB de Villiers. South Africa play their first Test match against Australia at Perth from November 3. The third and final Test of the series between the two teams will be a Pink ball day and night game at Adelaide.MORKEL, ELGAR RETURNMorne Morkel returns to the squad after missing the recent Test series against New Zealand through injury although his selection is subject to his successfully coming through a domestic game tomorrow.Dean Elgar also returns from injury while another uncapped player, Rilee Rossouw, has been added as a specialist batsman. Dane Vilas will again travel as the second wicketkeeper after making his Test debut on the sub-continent last year.TABRAIZ SHAMSI, KESHAV MAHARAJ INCLUDED”Shamsi has made huge progress over the course of the last year in the longer format,” commented Cricket South Africa (CSA) selection convener Linda Zondi.”He took 41 wickets at an average of less than 20 in seven matches last season and he certainly offers something different as an attacking spinner.”Maharaj is also right on top of his game. He took 13 wickets in a domestic match at the weekend and also made a run-a-ball 72. Basically, we are following a horses for courses policy as we feel that spinners who turn the ball away from the right-hander are going to be particularly useful under Australian conditions and against the Test batsmen we are likely to face.advertisementSouth Africa Test squad: Faf du Plessis, Kyle Abbott, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Stephen Cook, Quinton de Kock, JP Duminy, Dean Elgar, Keshav Maharaj, Morne Morkel, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Rilee Rossouw, Tabraiz Shamsi, Dale Steyn, Dane Vilas
New York Times best-selling author and award-winning actor, screenwriter, director and producer Bryan Cranston visited with more than 1,300 service members and officially wrapped up day two of his first-ever USO tour.Bryan Cranston During USO Tour of Germany and UKCredit/Copyright: Fred GreavesCranston is spending a week visiting with servicemen and women, exploring military work sites and bringing his New York Times best-selling memoir “A Life in Parts” to life. Having already rounded out a USO visit to U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach (July 24) and Ramstein Air Base (July 25), Cranston is now making his way to three more military bases this week, to include U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden (July 26); Royal Air Force Alconbury (July 27); as well as Royal Air Force Mildenhall and Royal Air Force Lakenheath (July 29).• As part of his USO activities on the ground, Cranston has greeted military medical staff, toured a flight line, visited a working dog unit, participated in a military theater group discussion and ventured inside multiple military aircraft. • Cranston capped off the day with his first of four “An Evening with Bryan Cranston” USO shows. Centered around his memoir, “A Life in Parts,” Cranston is sharing insights on what led him to acting and his various roles, as well as participating in a rousing Q&A with troops. • Not a stranger to America’s armed forces, Cranston, himself, has ties to military service. His father was a pilot in the U.S. Navy and his mother was in the U.S. Coast Guard, with both parents having served in World War II. • Best known for his portrayal of ‘Walter White’ in the AMC drama “Breaking Bad” and ‘Hal’ on the popular Fox comedy series “Malcolm in the Middle,” Cranston has built a reputation as a talented actor in both drama and comedy on both the big and small screens. He is a four-time Emmy Award winner, Golden Globe Award winner, Tony Award winner and Academy Award nominee. Cranston went on to write a memoir, “A Life in Parts,” which quickly became a New York Times best seller. • Among some of his feature film credits are “All The Way,” “Trumbo,” “Wakefield,” Why Him?,” “The Infiltrator,” “Godzilla,” “Argo,” “Drive,” “Contagion,” “The Lincoln Lawyer,” “Little Miss Sunshine,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Larry Crown” and “That Thing You Do!,” among others. He has also lent his voice to DreamWorks Animation films “Kung Fu Panda 3” and “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.” Cranston will next star in “Last Flag Flying” and “Untouchable.”
Man dead after RV bursts into flames in Descanso January 29, 2018 DESCANSO (KUSI) — A man died Monday in a fire that engulfed a recreational vehicle in the eastern San Diego County highlands.The blaze in the 23000 block of Trappers Hollow Road in Descanso erupted for unknown reasons shortly before 3 p.m., gutting the RV and scorching a roughly 20- by 20-foot patch of brush before firefighters could get the flames under control, Cal Fire Capt. Issac Sanchez said.The victim, whose name was not immediately available, was found unconscious on the ground a short distance from the burning vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.The cause of the fire was under investigation. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Posted: January 29, 2018 KUSI Newsroom
Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents FacebookTwitter Posted: January 1, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, January 1, 2019 PALOMAR MOUNTAIN (KUSI) – Due to overnight snowfall and current low temperatures, chains were being required today on Palomar Mountain, the California Highway Patrol said.Only vehicles with chains, or four-wheel drive snow-rated tires, will be allowed access, authorities said.“The CHP and the San Diego Sheriff’s Department will be patrolling the area to monitor trespassing and make sure the roadways are kept clear of parked vehicles,” said Oceanside CHP Officer Mark Latulippe, who pointed out there are limited facilities on Palomar Mountain for food, restrooms and trash.Mountain visitors were being urged to respect the privacy of residents and private property.Officials also recommend using extra caution on slippery roads, reducing speed and increasing following distance due to compromised visibility in wintery conditions.The CHP also reminded visitors to Palomar Mountain to “practice good snow etiquette.”That involves:Parking only where legally allowed, and not blocking roadway accessfor emergency vehicles. Vehicles blocking any part of the roadway may becited or towed.Avoiding trespassing onto private property. Violators will be citedor arrested.Recognizing that area restroom facilities are limited orinaccessible at many locations that are frequented when snow is present.Removing any trash produced as waste-receptacle space is limited.Realizing snow and rain increase hazardous driving conditionsnecessitating caution when driving on slippery or iced-over roadways.Not drinking and driving, buckling up seat belts and obeyingtraffic laws. Overnight snowfall means chains required at Palomar Mountain KUSI Newsroom
Jonathan Halvorson, Jonathan Halvorson Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News, Trending FacebookTwitter (KUSI) – The teaser trailer for “Frozen 2” arrived on Wednesday, giving a peek of what viewers can expect in the highly anticipated sequel.Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff will reprise their roles, and the film will once again be directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee.The original “Frozen” movie became a massive hit when it opened in 2013, earning over $1.3 billion at the worldwide box office, along with two Oscars.“Frozen 2” opens in U.S. theaters on Nov. 22, 2019. Disney releases first trailer for Frozen 2 Posted: February 13, 2019 February 13, 2019
Indian pedestrians walk on Dalal Street – Trader’s Street – next to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai on March 7, 2014.INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty ImagesSGX Nifty, an early indicator of the Nifty 50’s trend in India, signals a weak start for the domestic markets after the benchmark Sensex plunged 252 points or 0.76 percent to close at 32,923 on Monday.Here are some of the stock recommendations by analysts for Tuesday:1. Shilpa MedicareMotilal Oswal recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 749Current stock price: Rs 490About the company: Shilpa Medicare produces and exports active pharmaceutical ingredients, fine chemicals, intermediates, herbal products, and specialty chemical products.Stock Performance: The stock has lost 24 percent in an year and has a P/E ratio of 35 times forward earnings. Shilpa Medicare has a market capitalization of Rs 39 billion.2. Federal BankReliance Securities recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 150Current stock price: Rs 90About the company: Federal Bank operates branches and regional offices throughout India. The bank offers a wide range of financial services, including merchant banking, international banking and foreign exchange, among others.Stock Performance: The stock has gained 5 percent in an year and has a P/E ratio of 18 times forward earnings. Federal Bank has a market capitalization of Rs 179 billion.3. HCL TechCLSA recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 1,170Current stock price: Rs 926About the company: HCL Technologies provides software development and related engineering services. The group’s technologies utilize a variety of technologies, including Internet and e-commerce, networking, internet telephony, embedded software, among others.Stock Performance: The stock has gained 9 percent in an year and has a P/E ratio of 15 times forward earnings. HCL Tech has a market capitalization of Rs 1.3 trillion.4. Strides ShasunHDFC Securities recommends ‘Buy’Target Price: Rs 920Current stock price: Rs 696About the company: Strides Shasun operates as a pharmaceutical company. The company provides research and development of biotherapeutic drugs and devices including biosimilars, biobetters, novel formulations, and drug loaded devices.Stock Performance: The stock has lost 40 percent in an year and has a P/E ratio of 14 times forward earnings. Strides Shasun has a market capitalization of Rs 62 billion.5. Bharti InfratelJefferies recommends ‘Hold’Target Price: Rs 300Current stock price: Rs 334About the company: Bharti Infratel is a telecommunication infrastructure company. The company operates and provides telecommunication tower and related infrastructure services in India.Stock Performance: The stock has gained 13 percent in an year and has a P/E ratio of 25 times forward earnings. Bharti Infratel has a market capitalization of Rs 618 billion.Disclaimer: The recommendations provided by the research analysts are their own, and not that of the website or its management.
Law minister Anisul Huq. File photoLaw minister Anisul Huq has said journalistic pursuit will not be considered as spying, even under the provision of the just-proposed digital security law.In a ‘Meet the press’ programme on Tuesday, he insisted that the job of the journalists is “to collect information for publishing reports, but not hand them over to the enemies of government or foreign countries”.However, Anisul Huq, a lawyer by profession, told the newsmen that he himself would fight free of cost for journalists if any of them is implicated under the said law for publishing objective reports.The law is widely criticised by various groups including journalists, at home and abroad, who argued that it will further curtail freedom of expression in the country.Anisul Huq expressed his views that section 32 of the draft act, which is complementary to another controversial law on ICT, will not act as any obstacle to practice of journalism.The minister spoke in detail of various aspects of the proposed law and addressed queries from journalists at the programme, organised by Law Reporters’ Forum at the Dhaka Reporters’ Unity (DRU).The cabinet, on 30 January, approved the draft Digital Security Act, 2018.It has kept provision for 14 years of imprisonment and section 32 of it says if any person captures, preserves or sends any sensitive or secret information of any government, semi-government, autonomous and statutory body through any kind of digital device, computer, computer network, and/or digital network, then it will be an offence of digital spying.
Dhaka court lift collapse injures 8 including judges. Photo: Prothom AloAt least eight people, including lawyers and judges, were injured as an elevator of the old building of Dhaka district and session judge court collapsed on Thursday morning.However, news agency UNB reports the number of injured is 10.The lift collapsed around 10:00am while it was coming down from the fourth floor of the 30-year-old building, said Mahmudul Hasan, stationmaster of fire service and civil defence station at Sadarghat.The lift collapses around 10:00am. Photo: Prothom AloThe injured were taken to adjacent National Hospital from where three of them shifted to Dhaka Medical College and Hospital as their conditions were reported to be critical, said Inspector Bachchu Mia of DMCH police outpost.