DENVER — When all is said and done for the Wisconsin men’s hockey team this season, there may not be another NCAA title to be won. But for one more weekend, at least, the Badgers showed they still have the heart of a champion.And with that champion’s mentality, it took a couple of one-goal wins in a hostile road environment — just the second road sweep of the year — to keep this season alive.The Badgers (17-17-4) pulled off their most impressive feat so far in this up-and-down season, with a shocking road sweep of No. 11 Denver (21-15-4) at Magness Arena. UW punched its ticket to next week’s WCHA Final Five in St. Paul with a 2-1 victory Saturday night, following up a 3-2 win the previous evening.In the decisive Game 2, Wisconsin’s top line got the Badgers’ offense going early. Forward Jack Skille hit DU goaltender Glenn Fisher high with a shot from the boards, and the rebound bounced out to UW forward Andrew Joudrey. The Badger captain slapped home his eighth tally of the season at 10:48 of the first, giving the Badgers a 1-0 lead.The Badgers’ second goal — and ultimate game-winner — came from an unlikely source in an unlikely situation. Wisconsin notched just its fifth shorthanded goal of the year on a 2-on-1 rush, when forward Andy Brandt received a perfect pass from forward Ross Carlson and tipped it in for his second of the season.The Pioneers struck back in the second, when a defensive turnover by Josh Engel led to a scramble in front of the UW net. Badger goaltender Brian Elliott was left all turned around, looking for his stick, and DU forward Rhett Rhakshani took advantage, firing home his tenth goal of the year at 8:27 of the middle period.After that, Elliott was nothing short of spectacular in his 50th career win. A barrage of shots in the third period — including a clear breakaway by Denver leading scorer Brock Trotter — were turned away by Wisconsin’s All-American stopper.”One of Brian’s strengths is the ability to refocus,” Eaves said. “We talked about it last year, when he started to play back-to-back games. … If there was a goal that he wished he had a second chance [to stop it], he lets it go and gets ready for the next chance. That speaks to his maturity as an athlete.””[Elliott’s] our leader; he’s our backbone,” Joudrey added. “He’s as good as anybody else in the country. Hopefully, he keeps playing the way he does.”When asked if this series victory was an “upset” in the Badgers’ minds, Carlson simply shrugged and then elaborated.”I think we can play with pretty much any team in the country, I really believe that,” Carlson said. “I feel that great about our team. When everybody’s on their game, we can go out there with every team in the country.”Game 1 — Wisconsin 3, Denver 2UW forward Jake Dowell was clutch again for the Badgers, scoring the game-winning goal with 4:24 remaining to give UW the all-important Game 1 victory, 3-2.After Wisconsin relinquished a 2-0 lead, defenseman Matt Olinger’s shot hit forward Michael Davies from behind, and Davies put a backhand on net. DU goaltender Peter Mannino made the stop, but Dowell was in the right place at the right time and tucked away the rebound with 4:24 to play.”They played a much more complete three periods than we did and earned the win, deserved the win,” DU coach George Gwozdecky said. “The third goal’s a great example of how they competed all night long. They had a lot of great chances, but they seemed to have that hunger when they needed to, to put the puck in the net.”Dowell’s goal was his team-high 17th of the year, and was unarguably his biggest so far.”I don’t think that’s been my role since probably high school,” said Dowell of his new position as a scorer. “So it’s different, but I am aware that goals are tough to come by sometimes, as an older guy, you really try to go out there and set the tone and do whatever I can do.””When he gets an opportunity with two minutes left in the game, he buries it,” Davies added. “He’s been real good at that all year. That’s huge, that shows the type of player he is.”The Badgers will have to win their Final Five play-in game this Thursday against Michigan Tech in order to qualify for Friday’s semifinal against top-seeded Minnesota.”We’re fighting for our tournament lives, and this is one step for us. So we were successful in this step, and we go into St. Paul and we need to take that next step too.”Series notes Wisconsin is now 15-0 when winning the first game in the best-of-three format for WCHA opening rounds … defenseman Jeff Likens assisted on both of UW’s goals Saturday, but left the game early in the third period with what Eaves called simply a “lower-body injury” … Brandt’s earlier goal this year also came at Denver on Jan. 6, in the form of an empty-netter … defenseman Joe Piskula’s Friday goal was his first of the season, and the third in 108 career games … no power-play goals were scored in the series.
Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in Predicting the future is cheap. Anyone can do it, and history shows that predictions made by experts are rarely any more accurate than predictions made by your average cranky uncle.Since any idiot can jump into this swimming pool, it’s clearly my turn to do so. With more chutzpah than data, I hereby present my own housing predictions.We’ll start by examining a few trends and predictions that never blossomed.The tiny house trend. Some tiny house enthusiasts have trumpeted tiny houses as the wave of the future. My prediction: they aren’t. In fact, in 2018 the average new single family home measured 2,600 square feet. That’s about the same size as it was in 2013 — so, while the trend for ever-bigger houses is starting to level off, there aren’t any signs of a rush toward tiny houses. Obviously, a 2,600 square foot home is still considerably bigger than 2,400 square feet, which was the size of the average new home in 2011.Almost everyone wants more space than a tiny house provides. The only reason that people in New York and San Francisco put up with their dinky apartments is that larger apartments are ridiculously expensive.The smart house trend. While it’s true that some Americans love web-enabled electrical appliances, and want to use a phone app to control every device in their home, there are even more Americans who are worried that smart appliances invite hackers (or ex-husbands, or rogue government agents) to invade their lives. Other Americans aren’t happy about the fact that smart appliances will provide new opportunities for marketing companies to monitor their daily routines and monetize the gathered data. I predict that the smart house trend will be a bust.Cohousing. For some people, the idea is alluring: move to a small community…
The counting of votes for by-elections to two Lok Sabha seats and one Assembly constituency in Rajasthan and one Lok Sabha seat and one Assembly constituency in West Bengal that went to the polls on January 29 began at 8 a.m. on Thursday.In West Bengal, The Trinamool Congress (TMC) has won the Noapara Assembly constituency and the Uluberia Lok Sabha seat.In Rajasthan, Congress candidate Vivek Dhakar has won the Mandalgarh Assembly seat and the party is leading in the Alwar and Ajmer Lok Sabha seats.An average 63.76% polling was recorded in Alwar and Ajmer, while at Mandalgarh, 76.57% of the electorate exercised their franchise.A total of 42 candidates were in the fray for the bypolls.Here are the updates:6.40 p.m.Rajasthan: Karan Singh Yadav of the Congress leads by 1,96,496in Alwar. His party colleague Raghu Sharma is leading by a margin of 84,162 in Ajmer.According to Rajasthan’s Chief Electoral Officer, 100% votes have been counted in Alwar and 99.07% in Ajmer. The Congress is currently having an unassailable lead in both seats.5.20 p.m.West Bengal: According to sources in the Election Commission of India, Sajda Ahmed of the Trinamool Congress has won the Uluberia Lok Sabha bypoll, beating her nearest rival Anupam Mallick (BJP) by over 4.74 lakh votes, reports PTI.5.00 p.m.Karan Singh Yadav of the Congress leads by 1,94,285 in Alwar. His party colleague Raghu Sharma is leading by a margin of 80,455 in Ajmer.3.10 p.m.Trinamool Congress maintains the lead ahead of its nearest contender, the BJP, in the Uluberia Lok Sabha bypoll by a massive margin of 3.6 lakh votes, an Election Commission official says. After 14 rounds of counting, Trinamool candidate Sajda Ahmed bags 5,88,211 votes. Her nearest rival, Anupam Mallik of the BJP, secures 2,18,807 votes.CPI(M) nominee S.K. Sabiruddin Molla and Congress candidate S.K. Madassar Hossain Warsi receive 1,03,015 and 16,784 votes respectively.2.00 p.m.Rajasthan Pradesh Congress president Sachin Pilot says his party will get strengthened by today’s results. Besides being the people’s verdict on the State government’s failures, it is also a mandate against the Centre’s demonetisation, GST implementation and economic slowdown, he says at a press conference in Jaipur.Congress wins MandalgarhThe Congress wins the Mandalgarh Assembly seat by a margin of 12,974 votes. Vivek Dhakar of the Congress polled 70,143 votes and defeated the BJP’s Shakti Singh Hada, who polled 57,169 votes.Congress rebel Gopal Malviya, who contested as an independent, received 40,470 votes.1.00 p.m.TMC wins Noapara, leads in UluberiaThe TMC wins the Noapara bypoll by defeating its nearest rival, the BJP, by 63,018 votes, the Election Commission said.“The TMC has won the Noapara by-election. The BJP has secured the second position and the CPI(M) the third,” said West Bengal Chief Electoral Officer Aariz Aftab.While TMC candidate Sunil Singh secured 1,01,729 votes, the BJP’s Sandip Banerjee got 38,711 votes. CPI (M)’s Gargi Chatterjee got 35,497 votes.Counting of votes for the by-election in the Uluberia Lok Sabha seat is also underway with the TMC ahead by more than 4,700 votes, reports PTI11.30 a.m.Alwar: Congress candidate Karan Singh Yadav leads by 39,826 votes over his nearest rival, BJP’s Jaswant Yadav, after 15 rounds of counting. Mr. Yadav has garnered 1,63,489 votes.Ajmer: Congress’ Raghu Sharma maintains a lead of 23,882 votes over BJP candidate Ram Swaroop Lamba, reports PTI.Mandalgarh: The trend in Mandalgarh is in favour of the Congress. Vivek Dhakar of the party leads by 1,864 votes at the end of 12th round of counting. BJP’s Shakti Singh Hada is trailing behind, reports Mohammad Iqbal.11.00 a.m.In Ajmer, the margin with which the Congress candidate is leading increases to 21,000.In West Bengal, the TMC surged ahead of its rivals in both Noapara and Uluberia after the initial rounds of counting of votes, reports PTI.At Noapara, the ruling party stormed ahead by a massive margin of 30,000 after the sixth round of counting.TMC candidate Sunil Singh secured 46,281 votes, while his nearest rival of the CPI(M), Gargi Chatterjee, bagged 16,444 votes. Sandip Banerjee of the BJP secured 15,570 votes, while Goutam Bose of the Congress managed to get just 4,742 votes.The TMC also took an early lead in Uluberia by a margin of 4,767 votes.After the first round of counting in Uluberia, TMC candidate Sajda Ahmed secured 6,462 votes, while CPI(M) candidate Sabiruddin Molla bagged 1695 votes. Anupam Mallik of the BJP and S.K. Madassar Hossain Warsi of the Congress managed 1,471 and 256 votes respectively.10.30 a.m.The margin with which the Congress is leading in Lok Sabha byelections in Rajasthan is 31,531 in Alwar and 8,555 in Ajmer.The margin constantly reducing in Mandalgarh. The BJP is ahead by only 350 votes at the end of 10th round, reports Mohammad Iqbal.Former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot says the mandate is going against the BJP due to the failure of both the State and Union governments. People had high expectations, but Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje made false promises and didn’t fulfil them. “The Congress will form the next government in Rajasthan,” he says.9.30 a.m.The Congress lis eading in Ajmer and Alwar on completion of two rounds of counting, says Rajasthan Chief Electoral Officer. The Congress candidate leads by 10,800 votes in Ajmer. The BJP’s Ramswarup Lamba may find it difficult to fill this gap, reports Mohammad Iqbal.At Mandalgarh, the BJP leads. Congress rebel Gopal Malviya gives a major shock to official candidate Vivek Dhakar, who is trailing at third position, reports Mohammad Iqbal.In West Bengal, the TMC has taken an early lead. It is leading in Uluberia by about 10,000 votes after the completion of first round of counting in one Assembly segment out of seven, reports Suvojit Bagchi. Counting starts little late and result of only Udaynarayanpur segment [first round] is announced.In the Noapara Assembly constituency, the TMC is leading by over 30,000 votes.The CPI(M) and the BJP are neck and neck for the second position.tHE TMC won both THE seats in the last election.9.00 a.m.The BJP leads by 699 votes in first round of counting at Mandalgarh. The nearest rival is Congress rebel Gopal Malviya, who contested as an independent candidate.In Ajmer, Mr. Sharma leads, says the State Election Commission.In Alwar, Congress candidate Karan Singh Yadav leads, having secured 18,652 votes on completion of first round, says the State Election Commission.In West Bengal, the TMC candidates are leading in Noapara and Uluberia, reports Shiv Sahay Singh.The Uluberia seat in Howrah district fell vacant after the death of TMC MP Sultan Ahmed in September last. The Noapara seat in North 24 Paraganas fell vacant after the death of Congress MLA Madhusudhan Ghosh in April last.The BJP faces an uphill battle in Rajasthan because a miffed Rajput community has announced its support to the Congress in all the three seats, writes Mohammad Ali. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Pradesh Congress president Sachin Pilot have campaigned extensively in Ajmer in view of the constituency’s role in strengthening their own position within their respective parties.The Uluberia bypoll result is expected to be a litmus test for the BJP as it not only has to face the organisational clout of the ruling TMC but also deal with substantial minority votes in the constituency.Read more 8.00 a.m.Counting for by-elections to the constituencies in Rajasthan begins. Postal votes are being counted first, reports Mohammad Iqbal.
From the current academic session, all visually impaired students of Class IX and X in Odisha will be provided free Braille textbooks.Earlier, the Odisha Primary Education Programme Authority was providing free Braille textbooks to all visually impaired students studying in Class I to VIII in government-managed schools. From this year, this measure has been extended to Class IX and X students as well.Odisha’s only Braille press in Berhampur is busy printing the textbooks so that the students can get them by July. The Braille press manager, Prakash Narayan Rath, said earlier they were printing limited number of textbooks for Class IX and X students.“Each school was getting three sets of Braille textbooks and the students had to share them,” he said.Former principal of Red Cross School for the Blind, Ambapua, Nabin Narayan Satapathy said as the Braille textbooks were few, they used to make some more copies of the books in their school to ease the problems of Class IX and X students. He welcomed the move of the State government to provide free Braille textbooks to all visually impaired students of Class IX and X saying it will surely improve the performance of the students.This year, around 420 visually impaired students of Class IX and X in Odisha will get free Braille textbooks. Each student will get a set of 14 books. “Around 75% of printing of these textbooks is complete and the work would be finished in a week or two,” said Mr. Rath.Increased printingThe Braille press is currently printing textbooks for around 2,800 visually impaired students of Class I to X. The total number of Braille textbooks for school students is over 40,000. Last year, the Braille press had printed 22,228 textbooks. Two new appointments have been made at the press to expedite the printing of the books.The Braille press in Berhampur was established in 1986 as a Red Cross Society initiative. It gets grant-in-aid for maintenance from the Women and Child Development Department of the Odisha government. In 2013, two new computerised Braille printing units, imported from Belgium at a cost of ₹1.7 crore, were added to this press, making it a major modern computerised Braille press of the country.
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See The Full List Of 2017 Latin GRAMMY Winners Vicente GarcíaPhoto: John Parra/Getty Images Alejandro SanzPhoto: JB Lacroix/WireImage.com Latin Greats Receive Their Special Awards CncoPhoto: Aaron Davidson/Getty Images Alejandro Sanz’s Indelible Contributions To Music Cnco & More: Latest Latin GRAMMY Performers Luis FonsiPhoto: Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images Residente Wins Best Urban Music Album Latin GRAMMY Photo: John Shearer/WireImage.com Watch Mon Laferte Win First Career Latin GRAMMY Watch Eduardo Cabra Accept Producer Of The Year ResidentePhoto: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Rubén BladesPhoto: David Becker/Getty Images Rubén Blades Wins Best Salsa Album Latin GRAMMY Alejandro SanzPhoto: JB Lacroix/WireImage.com NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Nov 16, 2017 – 9:03 pm Vicente García | Best Singer-Songwriter Album Latin Greats Receive Their Special Awards Vicente García Wins Best New Artist Latin GRAMMY Photo: Rich Polk/Getty Images “I am very happy and excited. I want to dedicate this award to my country, [my] fountain of infinite inspiration, [and] also to Juan Luis Guerra who has been for me a constant inspiration. I don’t know what to say. I am very excited. Thank you to the Academy, Eduardo Cabra, John Blaze [and] Wendell for working [from] the heart. … And … to all the people that helped me make this record. A million thanks.” — Vicente GarcíaFormerly the lead singer of the Dominican alternative rock band Calor Urbano, he left in 2010 to pursue a solo career. He has collaborated with esteemed artists such as Juan Luis Guerra, Alejandro Sanz, Juanes, and Maná. Now that solo career is starting to pay off.García took home his first career Latin GRAMMYs at the 18th Latin GRAMMYs, including for Best Singer-Songwriter Album for A La Mar and Best Tropical Song for “Bachata En Kingston.” He is also up for Album Of The Year and Best New Artist later this evening. 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Report: Hip-hop Highest-Streamed Genre In U.S. hip-hops-huge-year-streaming-how-rap-reigned-supreme-2018 Hip-Hop’s Huge Year In Streaming: How Rap Reigned Supreme In 2018 Twitter Email News Facebook A new study shows consumers of on-demand streaming services leaned hard toward hip-hop and rap in 2018, with the genre accounting for over a quarter of all playsNate HertweckGRAMMYs Jan 3, 2019 – 4:34 pm The rising popularity of hip-hop among consumers is nothing new, but the latest data from BuzzAngle shows the genre’s dominance in a new light. According to their year-end report, hip-hop and rap tracks accounted for more than a quarter of all on-demand plays on music streaming services in the U.S. in 2018. Mic drop.While the data also reveals rock and pop maintain strongholds in digital album sales and physical album sales respectively, streaming is king in 2018 and rap reigns with 25.4 percent of on-demand streams, eclipsing even pop at 18.5 percent.Rock’s top spot in album sales comes with a caveat, as album sales fell by 18.2 percent from the previous year, although rock ruled vinyl sales at 41.7 percent in a format that is up 11.9 percent overall.Hip-hop also holds court with the most audio streams and video streams of any genre, according to the study. But at least in one of those areas, video streams, rap has a hot contender. Latin music saw a surge in video streams up from 20.1 percent in 2017 to 21.8 percent in 2018, placing it just behind rap in the No. 2 position. Urban Latin music artists dominated many of the year-end lists from the likes of YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music.One impossible-to-ignore artist, album and song likely had much to do with rap’s dominance of streaming in 2018. Drake’s double-album Scorpion and its single “God’s Plan” topped BuzzAngle’s biggest overall album for the year and biggest track across all three relevant formats (downloads, audio streams, video streams) lists. This comes as little surprise considering some of the streaming and chart records Drake broke in 2018.Will Latin music’s stock continue to rise in 2019? Will hip-hop widen the gap ahead of the pack? Will physical album sales hemorrhage as rapidly? Only time will tell. Happy listening!Album Of The Year Nominees Revealed | 2019 GRAMMY AwardsRead more
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Wednesday, July 31, 2019:#1) Concert on the Common: 60’s InvasionThe 2019 Wilmington Concerts on the Common series concludes this Wednesday, July 31, 2019, from 6:30pm to 8pm, with 60’s Invasion.his show band features the music of the sixties. Sit back as the band takes you back to the days of Elvis, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and more. Music, trivia, nostalgia — it’s all sixties!Admission is free of charge. Bring your chairs/blankets and relax to the sweet sounds of summer. The Wilmington Band Parents Association will be selling concessions. Organized by the Wilmington Recreation Department.#2) DEADLINE: Open Space CommitteeStarting this fall, the Town of Wilmington will be updating its Open Space & Recreation Plan.The Open Space & Recreation Plan provides an inventory of the Town’s open space and outlines open space goals and action items for the next five years.If you are interested in serving on the Open Space Committee to help update the Plan, please submit an application to the Town by July 31, 2019.If you have any questions about the upcoming Open Space & Recreation Plan update, please contact the Department of Planning & Conservation at 978‐658‐8238.#3) PJ StorytimeThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a PJ Storytime at 6:30pm. Wear your snuggly pajamas and bring your favorite teddy bear or blanket and enjoy stories, songs, rhymes and more! Ages 2-5 and one or more adults.#4) Book Store Next Door OpenThe Friends of the Wilmington Memorial Library’s Book Store Next Door (183 Middlesex Avenue) is open from 10am to 6pm (extended summer hours). All books are $2 or less! Every penny of every sale benefits the Wilmington Memorial Library. Learn more HERE.#5) Car Seat Installs At Public Safety BuildingThe Wilmington Police Department offers safety seat installs at the Wilmington Public Safety Building (1 Adelaide Street) every Wednesday, 10am-2pm. No appointment is necessary, but calling ahead at 978-658-5071 is recommended. Learn more HERE.(NOTE: The above cover photo is from Airgoz Aerial Photography.)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 firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, July 10, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, July 24, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Thursday, July 18, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
Motorola will sell its first foldable phone, likely the Razr, this summer. Óscar Gutiérrez/CNET Motorola’s rumored to be working on a foldable update to its iconic Razr phone. A new set of leaked images could give us a look at the revamped Razr.Purported press renders of a foldable Motorola Razr were posted to /Leaks on Sunday. The images show a Razr-branded phone with a long, continuous display. One image shows the phone bent 90 degrees. Another appears to show what’ll come along with the phone — earbuds, charging cable — in its prism-shaped box. Foldable Phones Motorola Tags The foldable Motorola Razr is rumored to have a 6.2-inch interior display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor. Rumors also point to the phone having a small exterior screen that could double as a track pad and suggest that Google Assistant will play a big role.Motorola said it’s their policy to “neither confirm nor deny rumors” related to their products.Originally published April 29, 10:04 a.m. PT.Update, 10:26 a.m.: Adds more details and background.Update, May 1: Adds comment from Motorola. 1:54 Motorola, a unit of Chinese electronics giant Lenovo, plans to sell its foldable phone this summer. It’s expected to be a revival of the Razr brand, which The Wall Street Journal in January reported would be coming back with a $1,500 price tag. Motorola would just the latest contender in the new foldable phone market, which includes Huawei’s Mate X and Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. A patent filing uncovered by 91Mobiles in January included illustrations of what could be the new Razr phone. The illustrations suggest a similar design as the original, but instead of the interior space being divided by a hinge that splits the display and dial pad, the new Razr would be entirely display. This design appears to line up with the phone shown in the new set of purported renders. Share your voice Now playing: Watch this: #Motorola – #Razr – New Motorola RAZR (2019) leaks out https://t.co/jxoTZuUC9N pic.twitter.com/h2Y0NyCS3q— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) April 28, 2019 Galaxy Fold gives foldable phones a black eye Post a comment 0
Employees walk in a lobby at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) during the announcement of the annual budget in Mumbai February 28, 2013 (representational image).Reuters fileMRF hit Rs 57,958.65 but ended at Rs 57,040, still 7.66 percent higher from its previous close. Tyre stocks are poised for a bull run after it was reported that imports of tyres from China may pause as the country eyes America that is reportedly planning to lift anti-dumping duty on Chinese tyre imports.”China has raised their TBR (truck, bus and radial) tyre prices for Indian market by 10-15%, rendering them unattractive. Our checks indicate that Chinese factories have nearly stopped catering to tyre demand from India as US markets were more lucrative,” Nitesh Sharma and Dhawal Doshi of Philip Capital said in their note, reported the Economic Times.Ceat ended 2.85 percent higher at Rs 1,258 after hitting an intraday high of Rs 1,270, Apollo Tyres gained 4.58 percent to close at Rs 194 and JK Tyre & Industries was up 3.51 percent higher at Rs 128.New 52-week-highs of other stocks include Titan (Rs 467), ICICI Prudential Life Insurance (Rs 378.95), Bombay Dyeing (Rs 70.15), L&T Financial Holdings (Rs 122.80), Adani Enterprises (Rs 122.85) and Can Fin Homes (Rs 2,122.40).The Sensex closed 45 points lower at 29,398 while the Nifty ended almost flat at 9,091.The rupee is on a gaining spree. After hitting a 16-month high of 65.82 to the US dollar on Tuesday, it gained further and was trading at 65.44 on Wednesday. The appreciation in the domestic currency affected share prices of Indian IT companies, since they derive a large part of their revenues in dollars.The proposed sale of tower business by Idea Cellular is seen as a positive sign for the Aditya Birla Group company.”The sale of the towers business to ATC will help Idea monetize some of its assets ahead of the proposed merger with Vodafone. It is expected that the Vodafone merger may be announced soon. In fact, Idea has already surged by over 50% in the last couple of months since the proposed merger with Vodafone was announced. Its recently launched Idea Select plan also aided sentiments,” brokerage Angel Broking said in a note on Wednesday.Gold ended Rs 250 lower to close at Rs 28,650 per 10 gm while silver closed at Rs 40,300 per kg, down Rs 500.
Fire service men recover body of a person killed in Chattogram landslide. Photo: Sourav DasAt least three people including a woman and her daughter were killed and another woman missing in two separate incidents of landslide and wall collapse in Chattogram early Sunday following incessant rainfall for several days due to the influence of cyclonic storm Titli.The deceased are Nurjahan Begum, 43, wife of a certain Nur Mohammad from Firoz Shah Colony in Akbar Shaha thana of the port city and the couple’s 3-year-old daughter Fajr-un-Nesa and Nurun Nabi, 45, from Rahman Nagar area of Panchlaish thana.Fire service men conduct rescue work to recover the bodies. Photo: Sourav DasNurjahan Begum and her daughter Fajr-un-Nesa were killed and a woman, Zohra Bibi, remained missing after a section of a hill collapsed in Jhil area of Firoz Shah Colony around 2:30am, said Chattogram fire service and civil defence deputy assistant director Jasim Uddin.UNB reported that a rescue operation was underway in the area.Relative of a deceased killed in Chattogram landslide seen crying. Photo: Sourav DasIn an incident of wall collapse, Nurun Nabi was killed in Rahman Nagar area of Panchlaish around 1:30am, said Enamul Haque, in-charge of Bayezid fire station and civil defence station.On information, two fire fighting units rushed in and rescued three people including a child as critically injured.The injured were rushed to Chittagong Medical College Hospital where physicians declared Nurun Nabi dead around 2:40am, he added.