25 year old male arrested and charged for Robbery

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 23, 2017 – Providenciales – Detectives if the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force have formally Charged and Cautioned a 25 year old male with Robbery and Possession of Imitation Firearm in connection with a report Thursday 11th May 2017 in Kew Town Providenciales.Around 8:31pm that day, officers responded to the Shanda Bar after receiving reports of a Robbery and that the culprit was subdued by someone outside of the bar. Upon arrival, the victim was located and told officers that the 25 year old male approached him with a scarf over his face and demanded money. After he told the man he has no money and walk off, the culprit pulled what appears to be a gun and followed him into the bar. HE ordered the victim out of the bar and while back on the outside, he was tackled to the ground and held down until police arrival. In his possession was a Black and Pink BB Gun.He was arrested and taken to the station. He will be taken to court sometime later this week.Press Release: RTCIPF#KewTownrobbery#25yearoldmalecharged Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#25yearoldmalecharged, #KewTownrobberylast_img read more

Huawei P30 Pro might have four rear cameras and launch in March

first_img Phones Apple Share your voice Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors See All Mentioned Above Huawei P30 (128GB, black) The Huawei P20 Pro is a low-light photography champ See it Tags 3 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. See how the Huawei P20 Pro’s cameras stacks up to the Galaxy S9 Plus, iPhone X and Pixel 2 2:16 Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean itcenter_img Now playing: Watch this: Huawei P30 Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 reading • Huawei P30 Pro might have four rear cameras and launch in March Could this really be the Huawei P30 Pro? If so what do all those cameras do? Spigen Last year, the Huawei P20 Pro and its triple rear cameras stole the show from other photo heavy hitters like the Google Pixel 2 and iPhone X. And while there are rumors that the 2019 iPhone and the upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus will have three rear cameras, it seems Huawei isn’t one to be outdone. A photo of a case for the unreleased Huawei P30 Pro shows the phone with four rear cameras. This could be a case of Huawei literally one-upping Samsung and Apple.As reported by Android Authority, phone case maker Spigen published photos of the Huawei P30 Pro sporting a clear plastic case. The case has a cutout for a camera bump with four rear cameras stacked vertically. Another photo on the site shows the front of the phone sporting a notched display. The notch looks like a half-circle with curved edges.Four rear cameras is terribly exciting but what could they all be used for? For that, we’ll have to wait for the Huawei P30 Pro to be released, which might not be that long. According to TechRadar, the Polish website Telix says that the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will launch at the end of March at an event in Paris. This is obviously after Mobile World Congress which is at the end of February.Huawei did not immediately respond to a request to comment. $534 47 Photos News • Huawei P30 Pro in a gorgeous orange finish leaks Google Huawei Samsung Apple Review • Huawei P30 review: The P30 Pro’s fantastic photos for less Comments • How To • Huawei P30 phone announcement: How to watch, what to expectlast_img read more

Print your own phone from home

first_imgPrint your own phone from home567 viewsPrint your own phone from home567 views00:00 / 00:00- 00:00:0000:00Print your own phone from home567 viewsBusinessEver wanted a truly unique cellphone handset?….well now you can have one, thanks to London start-up OwnFone. Its new PrintFone Kit allows you to print a 2D or 3D handset at home, says inventor TomVentuno Web Player 4.50Ever wanted a truly unique cellphone handset?….well now you can have one, thanks to London start-up OwnFone. Its new PrintFone Kit allows you to print a 2D or 3D handset at home, says inventor Tomlast_img

Learn how to jig for wedding gig

first_imgThe traditional dhol, wedding songs and impromptu dances at home once defined the typical sangeet, a key function in most big fat Indian weddings. Not any more. The celebrations have just gotten bigger and bolder with brides and grooms signing up for classes to train for a joint performance designed to dazzle.Be it Bollywood masala or western salsa, young couples are going out of their way to put on their dancing shoes to add that special edge to the revelry. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Sometimes the bride can’t dance, or the groom has two left feet; and then there are those families who are conservative and not in favour of their ‘to-be bahus’ shaking a leg on stage. But that’s changing. And that’s where dance instructors step in.‘Couples have preferences in terms of specific songs and often they want to depict their personal story through a dance performance,’ Atul Jindal, director, Big Dance Centre, told.‘Props and audio visuals are included in sangeet performances to give a spectacular look. Couples usually come to learn dance forms like salsa, freestyle and Bollywood that involve fun and partner work. In these dance forms, couples enjoy dancing with each other,’ he added. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAce choreographer Shiamak Davar agreed there was an upswing in the number of people who come to his institute just to learn how to groove for their special day. And he is all for the trend.‘I have so many people who want to dance at their wedding and we encourage them to do so. They love our choreography and we encourage them. They get excited to learn anything new and interesting,’ Davar told.Wedding choreographer Rahul Verma, who runs dance institute Bollywood Nach here, specialises in arranging special acts and training couples for weddings. Couples prefer dancing together rather than giving solo performances. ‘Some time back, brides and grooms used to give solo performances, but now families have become quite broad-minded, frank, and couples prefer to present a joint act. To support the couples, dancers are also provided to work as fillers,’ Verma said.‘Sometimes we use fillers also. Dancers stand in the background with props and perform while the bride and groom dance in the centre,’ he added.It costs quite a packet – ranging from anything over Rs 2,500 an hour to even packages that go up to Rs 100,000 for choreographing a complete act for the family.‘When there are family and friends, we charge Rs.100,000 for 15 days because they are not professionals at dance and want to put up a perfect performance, and enjoy it as well. For couples alone, who want private classes, we charge Rs 5,000 per hour,’ said Jindal.People are more than willing to spend.Swati Chaudhary, an animation designer by profession, and Sanjeet Chahal, who works as a relationship manager with a bank, are tying the knot 7 December. They have signed up for one such class, and feel it will also help them come closer to each other.‘We are very excited about our special day. Since our marriage is arranged, it was very important for us to know each other better. And what better than learning dance together and spending some quality time with each other,’ Chahal said.For Swati, dancing with her fiance has also helped her overcome her fear of dancing.‘I always feared dancing, but the idea of spending time with him convinced me to join the dance classes. Now I am enjoying each day and, on the other hand, our bond has strengthened,’ she said.last_img read more

6th International Sporting Expo concludes on a high note

first_imgThe three-day mega expo – intended to bring the leading sportswear manufacturers, buyers, and dealers under one roof – concluded on August 11, 2018.Organised under the aegis of India ‘Exhibition Services’ and ‘India Trade Fair Academy’ – the 6th edition of ‘India International Sporting Goods Show – 2018’ managed to gain a footfall of 12000 – which was much more than the expected figure. Overwhelmed with the success and phenomenal response from the people, Swadesh Kumar, CEO, India Exhibition Services, said, “We recognised the potential that our sports industry holds at the National as well as International level, and hence decided to take it a step ahead. Besides sports professionals and sports fanatics, the expo proved to be a great platform for everyone involved in the business to exchange ideas, learn new things, buy a variety of products at best prices and a lot more. I am overwhelmed to see such a fabulous response from the audience.” Also Read – Add new books to your shelfConcurrent event like Sports India Forum Meet, Sports India Conference, Sports India Dealer Meet, Sports Rehab (Sports Seminar) and Sports India Fashion Show managed to attract the audience but the highlight of the event was PEFI awards. The awards were given to felicitate all those Physical Education teachers who have contributed to developing the sports in India, in association with Physical Education Foundation Of India. Manoj Tiwari, MP of Delhi as well as the Chief Guest of the evening, presented the awards to all the recipients. Apart from the manufacturers, suppliers and distributors, a large section of retailers, importers, exporters, international buyers, sports ministries, International trade promotion bodies, National sports federations, sports councils, International sports federations, sports goods manufacturers associations as well as National and International Business Chambers of Commerce also marked their presence at the expo.last_img read more

Icahn Urges Apple to Buy Back More Shares

first_img This story originally appeared on Reuters 2 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now » October 9, 2014 Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said Apple Inc’s shares could double in value and urged the company’s board to buy back more shares using its $133 billion cash pile.”We believe Apple is dramatically undervalued in today’s market, and the more shares repurchased now, the more each remaining shareholder will benefit …,” Icahn said in a letter to Apple’s board. Icahn, who pledged to keep his own stock out of any repurchase, said Apple stock should be trading at $203.The company’s shares were up 1 percent at $101.91 in early trading on Thursday.Icahn said Apple was poised to take market share from Google Inc’s Android platform in the premium device market and forecast the company’s earnings to grow 44 percent in FY 2015.Apple declined to comment directly on Icahn’s letter. Spokeswoman Kristin Huguet said in an email: “We always appreciate hearing from our shareholders.”Apple will review its share repurchase program annually and take into account the input of all of its shareholders, Huguet said.Icahn, who owns about 53 million Apple shares, has in the past urged Apple to return more of its cash to shareholders and pressured the company to increase its stock buyback program and raise its dividend.”We think a tender offer is simply a good method of conducting a large repurchase in an expedited timeframe, but the exact method and the exact size is not the key issue for us,” he said.In February, Icahn backed off from his campaign urging Apple to increase buybacks after the company disclosed it had repurchased $40 billion of its shares over the past 12 months.The investor said on Thursday his letter was not intended to criticize Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook but just urges the company to take advantage of the low valuation.According to StarMine’s Intrinsic Valuation model, Apple shares are slightly undervalued compared to their current trading levels.The stock should be trading at $111.4, implying compounded annual earnings growth rate of 8 percent over the next 10 years, StarMine data showed.(Reporting by Supantha Mukherjee and Anya George Tharakan in Bangalore and Svea A. Herbst in Boston; Editing by Saumyadeb Chakrabarty)last_img read more