Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. FinalPeter PolanskyqualifiersSumit Nagal First Published: August 23, 2019, 12:25 PM IST New York: India’s Sumit Nagal moved one step closer to his first-ever Grand slam appearance with a hard-fought win over Peter Polansky in the second round of the US Open qualifiers, here.Nagal, placed at a career-best 190, knocked out the 192nd ranked Canadian 7-5 7-6 (0) in two hours eight minutes on Thursday night in the men’s singles qualifiers. The Indian began the match on an attacking note, breaking Polansky in the second game to take an early 2-0 lead but then failed to hold his serve twice, handing back the advantage to the Canadian.However, Nagal fought back to break Polansky twice to take the first set.The second set followed in a similar pattern with Nagal drawing the first blood but Polanksy came from behind to break back the Indian.The set went to tie break with Nagal holding his nerve to emerge victorious.The 22-year-old from Haryana will now take on Brazil’s Joao Menezes, who is ranked 210, in the final qualifying round later in the day.Last year, he had competed in the qualifiers of the Australian Open, the French Open and the Wimbledon Championships but could not register a single win.This is Nagal’s first attempt at making the Grand Slam singles main draw this season in which he enjoyed considerable success and broke into the top-200.Meanwhile, India’s top singles players Prajnesh Gunneswaran got a tough draw as he is up against fifth seed and Cincinnati Open champion Daniil Medvedev in the first round.
After delivering a hit film with Bharat Ane Nenu, Tollywood superstar Mahesh Babu has moved on to his landmark 25th film. The film, titled Maharshi, is directed by Vamsi Paidipally of Oopiri fame.Pooja Hegde plays the heroine in this commercial entertainer.On his 43rd birthday, Mahesh Babu unveiled the first look and teaser of Maharshi.Sharing the first look of the film, the Srimanthudu actor wrote that he was embarking on a new journey as Rishi (his character name in Maharshi).Embarking on my new journey as RISHI.#MAHARSHI pic.twitter.com/xiAylLc2NDMahesh Babu (@urstrulyMahesh) August 8, 2018The teaser of Maharshi was released to an overwhelming response. Mahesh Babu is seen sporting a simple checked shirt and jeans, carrying a laptop, taking a stroll through the corridors of a college.Watch the teaser here:Maharshi is an important film in Mahesh Babu’s career and he looks forward to delivering a hit with this film.Shooting of this film is currently underway in Dehradun. According to reports, the second schedule will take place in Goa.Jointly produced by Sri Venkateshwara Creations, Vyjayanthi Movies and PVP Cinema, Maharshi is expected to hit the theatres next year on Ugadi (April 5).ALSO SEE | Mahesh Babu, Jr NTR and Ram Charan have a blast at Vamsi Paidipally’s birthdayALSO WATCH | Decoding the Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp US worried that TCI taking sex & human trafficking lightly Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Aug 2015 – The Governor has signed for some of the individuals jailed for that speed boat illegal entry of the islands that ended with arrests in the Cooper Jack area to be deported as soon as they have served their time. Vernon Pinder and others were sent to Her Majesty’s Prison for three months on illegal entry, but will be deported once that time is up. Pinder, of The Bahamas and the six Haitians captured while hiding in bushes in the Cooper Jack area are believed to have organized a human smuggling operation when they were spotted on a go fast boat and reported by a resident. The prosecution could not get the requisite evidence on the suspicion and and had to drop that heftier charge. Bahamian man busted; Prosecutor unable to make smuggling case stick Recommended for you Related Items:convicts, deportation, human trafficking, illegal entry, vernon pinder
News Email In this episode, Le Butcherettes tell us the first album they ever bought, their favorite song to play live and how they would describe the legendary band, the Melvins. They also reveal the last song they thought was great, their favorite vegetarian dish and more.Le Butcherettes are on tour and scheduled to perform in Chicago, St Louis. and more. For a full list of tour dates and other news, visit their website.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs” Facebook NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Jul 9, 2018 – 12:00 pm Le Butcherettes One Take One Take: Le Butcherettes On The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Touring & More Mexican garage punk rock band Le Butcherettes reveal their favorite Yeah Yeah Yeahs song, what they love about touring, their go-to vegetarian dish, and moreJennifer VelezGRAMMYs Jul 11, 2018 – 6:08 pm Lead by outspoken, costume wearing Teri Gender Bender, Mexican garage punk rock band Le Butcherettes continue to gain fans for their bold, political lyrics and electrifying sound. The band from Guadalajara, Mexico, has also caught the attention of some serious rock veterans—they’ve toured with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and their last full-length album, A Raw Youth, was produced by GRAMMY winner Omar Rodriguez Lopez of The Mars Volta and At The Drive-In. Recently, the band sat down to play a round of One Take, GRAMMY.com’s rapid-fire question game that challenges your favorite artists to see how many questions about life, music and everything in between they can answer in just 60 seconds. Watch: One Take With Le Butcherettes one-take-le-butcherettes-yeah-yeah-yeahs-touring-more Twitter
For years, Mac users have felt nearly immune to malware attacks—such computers rarely if ever got viruses, much less Trojans. But those days are over Dr. Web says, noting that they’ve seen a steady climb in malware on the Internet targeting Mac users since the beginning of the year. Impacted by this new Trojan are users of computers running OS X, with Safari, Chrome or Firefox browsers.The Trojan is actually fairly straightforward, users wandering onto certain websites, attracted by the idea of watching movie trailers are told their viewing experience will be better if they install a program called “Free Twit Tube.” If the user agrees, they are presented with a familiar looking pop-up asking if they’d like to continue. If they do so, the Trojan will be installed into all of the browsers on the computer. Dr. Web notes that there are variants of the initial ploy used to entice users—some advertise a new media player, another promises to speed up downloads, etc. The end result for all of them is the same, the user is redirected to another page where they are prompted to download the program, which actually does nothing except install its Trojan app into all available browsers.Fortunately for Mac users, the Trojan.Yontoo.1 is both easy to spot and remove. It shows up as an app in all three browser types as “Yontoo,” and thus can be disabled just like any other app, or deleted from the computer altogether.The purpose of the Trojan appears to be a means for providing those that made it a way to create revenue for themselves by creating false page views by the people using the infected computers. Ads pop up on web sites that weren’t meant to be there, and the perpetuators of the Trojan receive credit for them. Dr. Web advises users to only ever download programs or apps from reliable and/or well-known providers. Citation: “Dr. Web” anti-virus firm warns of new Mac Trojan (2013, March 22) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-03-dr-web-anti-virus-firm-mac.html Apple kicks SMS scam fraudsters to the curb Explore further © 2013 Phys.org (Phys.org) —Dr. Web, the Russian anti-virus firm has issued an announcement regarding malware infecting Mac computers—called Trojan.Yontoo.1, it makes its way to users’ computers by tricking them into downloading it. Once installed, it tracks the user’s Internet history and injects ads into websites, generating revenue for the people who created and unleashed the malware. Credit: Doctor Web This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.