11 injured in shuttle crash near San Diego International Airport KUSI Newsroom, September 30, 2018 Posted: September 30, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Eleven people were injured Sunday morning when an airport shuttle crashed into several cars on North Harbor Drive, San Diego police said.The crash happened shortly after 11a.m. All those on-board were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.San Diego Airport advised travelers to plan for delays: Traveler Alert: If you are headed to the airport, please plan for extra drive time due to an accident on westbound Harbor Dr. Only one lane expected open for the next 90 minutes.— San Diego Airport (@SanDiegoAirport) September 30, 2018 The cause of the crash is unknown and no other details are available at this time. Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents FacebookTwitter
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 SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – General Dynamics NASSCO held an event today to christen and launch the containership Lurline, the largest of its kind ever built in San Diego.The vessel, which is designed to transport containers, automobiles and rolling stock, is 870 feet long and can hold 3,500 cargo containers. It was constructed for Matson, inc., a Honolulu-based shipping company.Lurline is designed for energy efficiency and is the lead ship of a two-vessel contract being built for Matson. NASSCO launched largest containership ever built in San Diego June 15, 2019 Posted: June 15, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Tags 4 Stranger Things season 4 might start filming in October Watch the Stranger Things cast play their own video game Stranger Things season 3: Rad ’80s details you might have missed Fans can’t wait for Stranger Things to return. Netflix Warning: Spoilers for previous seasons of Stranger Things ahead.We’re ready when you are, Netflix. Stranger Things has to come back for a fourth season, right? Just because the streaming network hasn’t yet officially announced season four, we believe it’s coming. After all, the creators, brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, have said they wanted four (or even five) seasons of the 1980s-set horror-sci-fi series.Netflix didn’t respond to a request for comment, but we fans have reason to hope. According to CNET sister site ComicBook.com, a listing from film trade publication Production Weekly indicates the sci-fi/horror series is going to begin shooting a fourth season in the fall of 2019. The basicsStranger Things took the streaming world by storm when it debuted in the summer of 2016. Set in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s, the show begins with the disappearance of young Will Byers. It turns out that researchers at Hawkins National Laboratory have opened a gate to the creepy alternate dimension known as the Upside Down. And they’re apparently also experimenting on a group of special children, one of whom, known as Eleven, escapes and befriends Will’s group. See all the Stranger Things season 3 photos 59 Photos Comments Since then, viewers have been introduced to hideous and deadly demogorgons and demodogs, met various other children with psychokinetic powers, and lost a variety of beloved and not-so-beloved characters. Part of the show’s charm is its varied young cast, who feel like real friends, and its nostalgic setting. (The third season took viewers back in time to Starcourt Mall circa 1985, from Orange Julius sipping to Glamour Shots-style photo snapping.)Season three earned stellar ratings from critics and fans alike. CNET’s own Jennifer Bisset offered high praise for season 3, dubbing it “a tighter, faster-paced… run of eight episodes that manages to tap every emotional vein of childhood (even for those who didn’t grow up in the ’80s).”How to watchGet yourself a Netflix subscription. Stranger Things is a jewel in the service’s crown of original series’, and it’s the best way to ensure you get all the new episodes plus access to the first three seasons.Not sure Netflix is worth it to you? The service offers a free one-month trial, so if you sign up close to the new season’s premiere, whenever that is, you can soak it up with previous years’ seasons and then cancel your membership without cost. But if you do this for season four and a fifth season is later added, you might have to sign up again later on and pay up (or find a Netflix-subscribing friend who’ll invite you over).Release date, production infoThis is the $64,000 question. That notice in Production Weekly that we mention above says filming could begin in October 2019, meaning the new series might be available in 2020. But that sounds a little optimistic. There were 15 months between seasons one and two, and about 20 months between seasons two and three. Season three came out on July 4, 2019, so unless the Duffers speed up their process, it might be late 2020, or even sometime in 2021, before we see a fourth season. The first season had eight episodes, the second nine, and the third eight again, so we assume a fourth season would have around eight episodes. They’ll presumably all be uploaded to Netflix at once, the better to suit your binge-watching needs.Filming for past seasons has taken place in and around the Atlanta, Georgia area. It would seem likely that will continue, but in May 2019, Netflix’s chief content officer gave a statement that threw that into question. Due to a new Georgia law that would prohibit abortions from being performed in the state after a fetal heartbeat is detected, the streaming service might reconsider working in the state. Gov. Brian Kemp signed the bill into law in May 2019, but it faces legal challenges before it would go into effect in 2020.Cast: Who’s who?Obviously, we don’t know who’s returning and who’s not, but this show is such a wonderful ensemble piece that we assume most of the cast of the first three seasons will be back. The one big casting question: Is Police Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) still alive, possibly in a Russian prison? Better list him as a “maybe.”Likely to returnMillie Bobby Brown as ElevenFinn Wolfhard as Mike WheelerNoah Schnapp as Will ByersCaleb McLaughlin as Lucas SinclairGaten Matarazzo as Dustin HendersonWinona Ryder as Joyce ByersNatalia Dyer as Nancy WheelerCharlie Heaton as Jonathan ByersMaya Hawke as RobinJoe Keery as Steve HarringtonSadie Sink as Max MayfieldPriah Ferguson as Erica SinclairCara Buono as Karen WheelerMight return? Might not?David Harbour as Jim HopperPlot news, rumors and theoriesEleven as the Big BadNow here’s a juicy rumor. Eleven, played by Millie Bobby Brown, has been one of the show’s main heroic characters since the beginning, escaping from the lab where she was experimented on to help the kids of Hawkins fight the evil around them. She’s even made bullies pee themselves. Such a heroine could never turn bad, right? A theory discussed on Reddit claims that El could have been infected by the Mind Flayer and could be used in the same way the creature manipulated creepy Billy in season three. Far-fetched? Maybe, but it would sure shake things up.Where’s Hop?Beloved characters have died before in Stranger Things. (Barb! Bob!) But there’s been no death — or, assumed death — as big as the possible loss of Police Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour). He seems to die a martyr in the final episode of season three. But in a perplexing and much-discussed scene, viewers discover that there’s an American being held in a Russian prison where other, unluckier inmates are fed to a demogorgon. Seems apparent we’re meant to wonder if that’s Hopper, still alive, and if he’ll somehow make his way back to Joyce, Eleven and crew in a fourth season.The directors speakMatt and Ross Duffer spoke to Entertainment Weekly and dropped some very vague hints about a fourth season’s plot. Ross Duffer addressed the importance of the American in the Russian prison cell, saying that plotline is “obviously going to play a huge role in a potential season four.” (WELL, DUH!) His brother Matt hints at a more national or even global aspect to a fourth season. There may be other towns like Hawkins with creepy labs and access to alternate dimensions. “I think the biggest thing that’s going to happen is it’s going to open up a little bit,” he said. “Not necessarily in terms of scale, in terms of special effects, but open up in terms of allowing plotlines into areas outside of Hawkins.” And speaking of moving outside of Hawkins…Movin’ on upIn that final season-three episode, Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder), her sons and Eleven, who seems to have been taken in by Joyce after Hopper’s possible demise, are moving. She looks through her old battered house one last time and then the family drives away. Where are they off to? Admittedly, we wouldn’t want to stay in a cursed place like Hawkins either, but for the plot’s sake, it would seem she can’t go too far. Joyce, Will, Jonathan and Eleven all need to stay close to the other kids, and it would be so sad if the friend group was split between two different school systems.Eighties eventsThe first season took place in 1983, the second in 1984, and the third in the summer of 1985. So we’d seem to be on track for a 1986 season next, although admittedly, the kids are growing up faster than time is moving onscreen, so things could jump even two years ahead. 1986 has some big pop culture and news events that could play well into a show like this, including the Chernobyl disaster. Considering the Russians were heavily involved in season three, could Chernobyl itself be worked into the show’s mythology? In lighter news, maybe El and Mike could go see Pretty in Pink or Top Gun, and Dustin could teach the kids how to Walk Like An Egyptian.This article was first published on Aug. 12, 2019, and will be updated as news is revealed. TV and Movies TV and Movies More on Stranger Things Share your voice Netflix
A week ahead of the presentation of the Railway Budget, the Centre ruled out any possibility of cutting train fares, terming the current fares as ‘already low’.”It (fare reduction) will not be done. Fares are already low and the government is giving subsidy,” Minister of state for Railways Manoj Sinha said on Wednesday.Sinha was fielding questions from reporters on the possibility of train fare reduction in the upcoming Railway Budget, which will be tabled in the Parliament on 26 February.The Minister noted that while the requirement of the ministry was high, the available resources were limited, and hence the rail budget would have a balanced tone, keeping public interest in mind.Sinha said a Bill to amend an existing law on empowering the Railway Protection Force (RPF) to file FIR will be tabled at the upcoming budget session of the Parliament, which begins on Monday. A Railway Protection Force (RPF) officer uses a sniffer dog to check bags of passengers before their boarding on a train at a railway station in Kolkata July 8, 2014. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government disappointed markets with its first major economic policy statement on Tuesday, promising to seek foreign and private funding for the railways but giving no details of how it would lure investors. India’s state-owned railways are the fourth-largest in the world. They have suffered from years of low investment and populist policies that have kept fares low.He articulated that while the Railways had its own security wing in the RPF, it was hamstrung by the inability to file an FIR for crimes which take place under the Railways’ jurisdiction, reported EconomicTimes.The minister also remarked that 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) has been introduced to allow for developing infrastructure and improve railway safety to overcome the resource crunch facing the largest Indian employer.
Representational imageCCO Public domainA woman left senior police officials scratching their heads after she posed as a civil servant for 18 months just to enjoy the perks which came with the position. She was also assigned a security detail.Zoya Khan and her husband were arrested for conning the police in and around Delhi, such as Noida, Gurugram, Meerut, Ghaziabad, and Moradabad. The duo has been married for six years. Zoya’s husband quit his job as a banker to study for the civil services exam. Zoya, on the other hand, had attempted the exam in 2007. However, she still wanted to enjoy the VIP perks that civil administrators enjoy.The police grew suspicious when Zoya called SSP Vaibhav Krishna of Gautam Buddh Nagar and demanded to know why there was a delay in sending police escort. India Today reports that the police’s suspicion grew with the phone call and ordered an enquiry and a raid of Zoya’s apartment.During the raid of the three-bedroom apartment, the police recovered fake IDs, two laptops, two walkie-talkies, four android mobile phones, one fake pistol and two luxury car –a black Mahindra XUV 500 with a blue beacon and grey Mercedes. Some of the fake IDs of Zoya showed her as a UNSC officer and also a US diplomat in Afghanistan.Zoya had information on important political rallies in Delhi-NCR region Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a public meeting in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.Zoya’s planner showed information on political rallies in Delhi. The investigating officer said the planner had information on the dates of the political rallies in and around Delhi-NCR region.”A planner has been recovered from her residence that mentions the dates of a few political rallies in Delhi-NCR. Even on her laptop, these dates are marked,” an investigating official was quoted as saying by India Today. He added, “A few photographs of top politicians in a separate folder on her laptop also raised suspicion about her vested interests.”Due to the position and power of the political leaders whose information Zoya stored, a thorough probe was conducted to make sure that she is not a threat to the politicians and the country. The report further states that when the police went through her call logs, they discovered that she used to call SSPs and pretended to be the Personal Assistant to Joint Secretary (Foreign) to get her work done. She used an app which helped her convert her voice to a male one.The media reports also said that during Prime Minister Modi’s rally in Meerut last week, she was given a security detail. In fact, she was also part of PM Modi’s security team. This is seen as a major breach of security. However, SSP Krishna said that the reports were false. “No evidence of these two arrested accused going to the PM’s rally in Meerut. The so-called ‘Afghanistan’ connection has not been found. Please do not sensationalise things. This is a cheating/forgery case only,” Krishna wrote on Twitter.
.The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) will bring out a procession with black flags in the capital on next Saturday, protesting against the authorities’ denial of a public rally planned for Thursday.BNP’s senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi announced the fresh programme at a press conference at the party’s Naya Paltan headquarters, as part of its ongoing demonstration against the incarceration of former prime minister Khaleda Zia.The party earlier announced that it would hold a public rally in the capital on Thursday demanding unconditional release of its chairperson Khaleda.The fifth special judge’s court of Akhtaruzzaman on 8 February convicted Khaleda in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case, sentencing her to five years in jail.The authorities have kept her in the abandoned central jail at the Nazimuddin Road in the capital.
File Photo of Tofail AhmedCommerce minister Tofail Ahmed said on Tuesday the Awami League government will not interfere in the upcoming national parliamentary elections.”So we hope all parties including BNP will join the next election,” UNB quoted the senior AL leader as saying.He made the remarks at a discussion commemorating Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman held at Aparajeyo Bangla premises of Dhaka University (DU).DU unit of the AL-backed Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) organised the programme to observe the 43th national mourning day.Tofail, however, cautioned that the government will take strict action if anyone resorts to destabilise the country in the name of hartal and blockade centring the upcoming election.”We hope all parties will join the upcoming election. But the BNP’s existence will be at a stake if it does not join the next general election,” said Tofail, also a leader of ruling Awami League.The commerce minister said, “The election will be held on time as per the constitution. The election commission will conduct the election with efficiency, honesty and devotion under this ruling party.”Presided over by BCL DU unit president Sanjit Chandra Das, Dhaka University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) president professor ASM Maksud Kamal, BCL central president Md Rezanul Huq Chowdhury Shovon, general secretary Golam Robani and BCL DU unit general secretary Saddam Hossain, among others, spoke there.
Road accident LogoAgitated people vandalised six buses and blocked the Daulatdia-Khulna Highway for hours after two schoolgirls were killed in a road crash in Kenalghat area of Dauladia, reports UNB.The deceased are Chandni Aktar, 15, daughter of Salam Pramanik of Jodu Fakirpara area in Dauladia union and Jakia Aktar Keya, 15, daughter of Jamal Bepari of Mollapara of same union, students of Dauladia Model High School.The accident took place when a Jashore-bound bus of ‘Eagle Paribahan’ hit them while they were crossing the highway, leaving Chandni dead on the spot and injuring Keya severely, according to witnesses.Later, Keya died at a local hospital.After the accident agitated mob blocked the highway and vandalised six buses and torched a bus of ‘Golden Line’ injuring a number of its passengers.Later, members from local Fire Service and Civil Defence station rushed there and doused the flame.
.A pair of minor twin sisters drowned in a pond in Farakkabad area in sadar upazial on Saturday noon.The deceased are Adifa Akhter and Sadia Akhter, both aged one and half years and daughters of Manik Mizi of the same area.Victim’s uncle Sohag Mizi said the victims were playing in the yard around 12:30 pm and unfortunately one slipped into the pond.In a bid to save her, another sister jumped off and both of them drowned in the pond.Later, the family members found them floating in the pond and took them to Chandpur General Hospital where doctor Nur-e-Alam declared them dead around 3:00pm.
Kim Jong Nam arrives at Beijing airport in Beijing, China, in this photo taken by Kyodo on 11 February 2007. Photo: ReutersKim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the US Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.The Journal cited an unnamed “person knowledgeable about the matter” for the report, and said many details of Kim Jong Nam’s relationship with the CIA remained unclear.Reuters could not independently confirm the story. The CIA declined to comment.The Journal quoted the person as saying “There was a nexus” between the CIA and Kim Jong Nam.”Several former US officials said the half brother, who had lived outside of North Korea for many years and had no known power base in Pyongyang, was unlikely to be able to provide details of the secretive country’s inner workings,” the Journal said.The former officials also said Kim Jong Nam had been almost certainly in contact with security services of other countries, particularly China’s, the Journal said.Kim Jong Nam’s role as a CIA informant is mentioned in a new book about Kim Jong Un, “The Great Successor,” by Washington Post reporter Anna Fifield that is due to be published on Tuesday. Fifield says Kim Jong Nam usually met his handlers in Singapore and Malaysia, citing a source with knowledge of the intelligence.The book says that security camera footage from Kim Jong Nam’s last trip to Malaysia showed him in a hotel elevator with an Asian-looking man who was reported to be a US intelligence agent. It said Ki’s backpack contained $120,000 in cash, which could have been payment for intelligence-related activities, or earnings from his casino businesses.South Korean and US officials have said the North Korean authorities had ordered the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, who had been critical of his family’s dynastic rule. Pyongyang has denied the allegation.Two women were charged with poisoning Kim Jong Nam by smearing his face with liquid VX, a banned chemical weapon, at Kuala Lumpur airport in February 2017. Malaysia released Doan Thi Huong, who is Vietnamese, in May, and Indonesian Siti Aisyah in March.According to the Journal, the person said Kim Jong Nam had traveled to Malaysia in February 2017 to meet his CIA contact, although that may not have been the sole purpose of the trip.US president Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un have met twice, in Hanoi in February and Singapore last June, seeming to build personal goodwill but failing to agree on a deal to lift US sanctions in exchange for North Korea abandoning its nuclear and missile programs.
Share CHRISTOPHER CONNELLY/KERA NEWSOpal Lee will turn 90 on her walk to the nation’s capital.An unusual journey began in Fort Worth last week. An 89-year-old woman named Opal Lee started a walk to the White House. Her goal: Make Juneteenth a national day of observance.Listen to the KERA News story.Juneteenth marks the day that word arrived in Texas that slavery had ended. It was some 2 and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation.Lee is a long-time civil rights activist. She says that, for years, people have tried unsuccessfully to get Juneteenth to be observed by the federal government, so she figured she’d do something unexpected.“I thought maybe, if an old lady started out, somebody would take notice,” she said as she started her walk at Baker Chapel AME Church in East Fort Worth. “And maybe the president and Congress would say we don’t want that woman dying on our watch, get on up here so she can go home.”Forty-five states recognize Juneteenth, which is celebrated on June 19. And while Congress observes the day, Juneteenth doesn’t have the same standing as an official, national day of observance like Flag Day, Parents’ Day, Leif Erickson Day and 141 other commemorative days marked by the federal government. Tarrant County Commissioner Roy Brooks joined Lee for a sendoff at Baker Chapel A-M-E Church in East Fort Worth. He said the day’s historical significance cannot be understated.“There is no other celebration that observes the fact that black folks were freed at some point,” he said.Lee hopes the walk will also help generate signatures for her whitehouse.gov petition – 100,000 signatures guarantees a response by the Obama administration.Lee plans to take the 1,400-mile journey in daily, ten-mile increments. She hopes that’ll get her to the nation’s capital before President Obama leaves office. That is, if he doesn’t call sooner and tell her to get on a plane.Copyright 2016 KERA-FM. To see more, visit KERA-FM.
Greater Houston’s job market grew by 73,300 jobs in 2018, not by 108,300 as previously estimated, according to benchmark revisions by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).The Greater Houston Partnership lists several reasons for the difference:The TWC likely overestimated the impact on construction jobs from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.Growth in the oil and gas sector didn’t turn out to be as robust as previously thought, creating 1,400 fewer jobs than estimated.The retail sector actually lost 5,800 jobs instead of adding 800, indicating that Houston’s population and income growth wasn’t enough to offset the effects from e-commerce and store closings.Professional and business services only added half as many jobs (14,300) as thought.On the positive side, bars and restaurants added positions after the previous estimate had them lose jobs.The revised numbers are based on data from unemployment insurance accounts, whereas the previous estimates rely on employer surveys.View Fullscreen Share
By Sean Yoes, Baltimore AFRO Editor, firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter torrential rains — the remnant of what was deadly Hurricane Florence — deluged Baltimore the morning of Sept. 18, the sun broke out just in time for members of the Matthew A. Henson Neighborhood Association to have their monthly meeting on the second Tuesday in September.I was honored when Marvin “Doc” Cheatham, the long-time civil rights leader and the group’s hard charging president invited me to speak to his members and share my book, Baltimore After Freddie Gray, at Matthew A. Henson Elementary School in the heart of Sandtown-Winchester, the community where Gray lived and died.Sean Yoes (Courtesy Photo)Although the sun shone brightly on that afternoon, the misery was manifest within that proud, yet besieged, neighborhood in West Baltimore. As Cheatham walked from his car to greet me outside of the school he announced, “We had a homicide this morning.”He revealed the grisly details that have become far too familiar to our communities; another young Black man was dead. This time it was a 25-year old, shot in the face at approximately 10:57 a.m., the ninth murder in Sandtown-Winchester this year according to Cheatham, one homicide a month.As we entered the immaculately kept elementary school, the jugs of water neatly stacked along the walls reminded me our babies can’t drink from the poisonous water fountains, because they are laced with lead.As the members of the Henson Neighborhood Association began to trickle in, the essential paradox of Black Baltimore, and specifically neighborhoods like Sandtown-Winchester emerged. Cheatham explained to the group assembled — a mix of retired elders, middle-aged working class residents, Asian businessmen, elementary and high school students — not only was a young man gunned down that morning, but just a few hours after his murder the corner where he died was occupied by drug dealers operating with impunity.Despite the madness, the long-time pillars of Sandtown-Winchester press forward in the face of pervasive violence, poverty and blight, which seems to encroach more and more on their neighborhoods and way of life every day.As Cheatham conducted the meeting with his signature mix of outrage over the plight of their community, and jovial pragmatism, politicians aspiring to local office in the upcoming midterms mingled with residents while quietly lobbying for votes. Their presence was an acknowledgement of the group’s influence and the individual members represented a pool of some of the most reliable voters in the city.To be clear, the Henson Neighborhood Association is one of the best organized, led by one of the most resilient presidents in the city, but it is not an anomaly. Dozens of these groups dot the city, the glue bonding infirm, yet undaunted, communities West to East. They have been in the trenches for decades, grassroots soldiers fighting block by block, sometimes house by house for the ability to live decently in the city they love.These neighborhood associations and the people who power them are rich resources of wisdom, who are most invested in this city; they aren’t going anywhere. The city’s leaders ignore them at the peril of the rest of us. Indeed, instead of ignore them City Hall should empower them and seek their guidance at every level.During our conversation that evening we delved into the Black community’s rich history, one of a vanguard civil rights community. Many of those assembled personally experienced that history and they cling to it as a road map that may lead their community to better days. Those better days often seem like they exist upon a distant star given the current plight of many of Baltimore’s mostly Black, mostly poor neighborhoods. Yet, the members of the Matthew A. Henson Neighborhood Association persist.As I left the elementary school, an elderly gentleman who told me earlier in the evening that he missed the AFRO First Edition radio show I once hosted on WEAA, said with resignation in his voice, “We’ll keep on fighting.”Sean Yoes is the AFRO’s Baltimore editor and the author of Baltimore After Freddie Gray: Real Stories From One of America’s Great Imperiled Cities.
×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Films on the Yoodlee slate include “Ajji,” which premiered in Busan in 2017 and is also on Netflix, “Abhi & Anu,” “Kuch Bheege Alfaaz,” “Noblemen,” “Ascharyaf#*kit,” “Music Teacher,” “Hamid,” “Axone,” “Chote Nawab,” “Chaman Bahar,” “Habbadi,” and “KD.”In July, Netflix bowed “Sacred Games”, the service’s first India Original series. Co-directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, whose feature “Bhavesh Joshi Superhero” recently played at the Neuchatel and Bucheon fantastic film festivals, and Anurag Kashyap whose new “Husband Material” which will be a gala presentation at Toronto, the series has been widely acclaimed. Popular on Variety Streaming giant Netflix has set “Long Live Brij Mohan” (“Brij Mohan amar rahe”) as an India original film. It will be available on the service to all 130 million subscribers in 190 countries from Aug. 3.Directed by Nikhil Bhat (“Saluun”,) the film follows the titular Brij Mohan who assumes a new identity to escape his humdrum life but ends up committing a botched murder. The cast includes Arjun Mathur (“Indian Summers”,) Nidhi Singh (“Permanent Roommates”,) and Sheetal Thakur (“Bambukat”).“Brij Mohan” opened the South Asian International Film Festival, New York, in 2017. It is produced by Yoodlee Films, the filmmaking arm of Saregama, India’s oldest music label.The film is part of Yoodlee’s ambitious Project 100, a plan to make 100 independent films in several Indian languages over the next five years on budgets ranging from $450,000 to $750,000.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. August 14, 2007 Using a hosted email service means that the burden of maintaining and securing the email server is not yours but the provider’s. You can concentrate on your business while the expert at email hosting concentrates on what they do best.Providers to consider are Microsoft OfficeLive (their premium offering), Google Apps, BlueTie, MI8 webmail.us and many others.Ramon Ray, Editor and Technology Evangelist, Smallbiztechnology.com min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now »
Another day, another online security scare. This week, Wired magazine is reporting that hackers are distributing a “megaleak” among themselves of more than 2.2 billion unique usernames and passwords, all of which were obtained in recent years as part of database breaches at Dropbox, LinkedIn, Yahoo, and other major companies. (You can find out if your own information has been compromised using the Hasso Plattner Institute’s Identity Leak Checker.)When you consider the sheer size and sophistication of that nefarious database amid our ongoing battle against cybercriminals, taking steps to protect yourself online might seem like a fool’s errand. But locking down your digital identity is as simple as setting up a VPN.VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks, are services that route your online traffic through an encrypted server so you can browse safely and anonymously on any public Wi-Fi network. They’ve grown in popularity in response to recent cyber threats, and as such the VPN market is ripe with competition. Still, few can compare with NordVPN, a top-tier security solution that just went on sale in the Entrepreneur Store.Having earned an ultra-rare “Outstanding” score from PC Mag, NordVPN is among the best-rated services of its kind thanks to the powerful, bulletproof protection it provides. It works by double-encrypting all of the data that’s sent through its private tunnels, which lets you bypass content restrictions and stay incognito. You’ll enjoy high-speed connections while you’re browsing content and streaming videos on its connection, whether you’re using a public Wi-Fi hotspot or a cellular network. Plus, it automatically shuts down your site as soon as your VPN connection drops, so no data ever leaks.Not only that, NordVPN abides by a “no logging policy” in that it’ll never record your activity while you’re connected to its servers. And yes — that includes all 3.521 of its servers across 61 different countries. No matter where you’re surfing the web, you can do so with total peace of mind thanks to NordVPN.For a limited time, our readers can sign up for access to NordVPN for up to 79 percent off. Take your pick from one-year subscriptions (a $286.80 value), on sale for $60; two-year subscriptions (a $286.80 value), on sale for $95.75; and three-year subscriptions (a $430.20 value), on sale for $107.55. 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now February 6, 2019