first_imgBANGALORE, India (AP):Bangladesh slumped to a one-run defeat by India at the World Twenty20 yesterday after a collapse by their lower-order batsmen in the final over of a gripping Group Two match at Chinnaswamy Stadium.Needing 11 to win off the last over, bowled by Hardik Pandya, Mushfiqur Rahim slammed two consecutive boundaries as nine runs came off the first three deliveries to put Bangladesh in sight of victory in reply to India’s 146-7.But Mushfiqur holed out to midwicket. The next ball saw Mahmudullah do the same, and Shuvagata Hom missed the final ball and made a vain attempt to steal a single to level the scores. However, his partner, Mustafizur Rahman, was run out by India wicketkeeper and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to leave Bangladesh beaten on 145-9.RUNS ADDED ONThe defeat followed a solid start by Tamim Iqbal (35) and Sabbir Rahman (26) – who did well to add 44 for the second wicket – and some useful contributions from Shakib Al Hasan (22) and Soumya Sarkar (21).Put into bat, India’s openers had earlier struggled to get going against some disciplined bowling. Both Rohit Sharma and Shikar Dhawan struggled to score at a run-a-ball, and the frustration that crept in resulted in both openers departing in quick succession. Rohit made a 16-ball 18 and Shikar had a 22-ball 23.With Virat Kohli being joined by Suresh Raina, India began to make progress. The pair added 50 runs for the third wicket before Kohli was bowled by Hom for 24.Raina showed a return to form by cracking a 23-ball 30. But two back-to-back wickets by Al-Amin Hossain, who had Raina and Pandya both caught, put India on the backfoot again.Dhoni then took charge, finishing unbeaten on 13. Along with Ravindra Jadeja, he added 20 runs for the seventh wicket before he and Ravichandran Ashwin put on nine more runs from five balls.last_img read more

first_imgSCORINGTDPATFGTP Pasadena10/14/20050101828 Mkryan,H.120 RECEIVINGRECYDSTD Alhambra09/09/20050101420 Temple City09/30/20050101424 Receiving Total234234 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Aquino,E.1-4-4.00 Mares,J.1006 Clay,J.100000.00 Clay,J.120072 Martinez,S.117023 VS SCHOOLDateWLTPFPA Hoover11/11/20051003521 Paez,M.30018 Gill,J.1 South Pasadena09/23/2005100217 TOTAL2005280177262 Saleh,J.1006 Darmiento,A.1965534.5 Muir10/21/2005010026 Lemos,E.1 Interceptions Total7 Clay,J.25515075.912 Martinez,S.250 Darmiento,A.642334234102.71 Burbank10/07/20050102730 Tambidao.P.2320 Gonzalez,L.22014 Punting Total2274033.6 Molano,E.2136.50 Darmiento,A.31290.90 Mkryan,H.8283.50 Abramyan,A.2190 Passing Total652334234 RUSHINGTCBNYGAvg.TD Saleh,J.12564.71 Rushing Total46126425.722 Gharakhanian,D.22914.10 Ortiz,M.61451 RECORD: 2-8-0 Arcadia11/04/2005010628 PASSINGPAPCPIYDSTDRating Gonzalez,L.20773.92 Ortiz,M.52032 Paez,M.41372 Mares,J.3611 Clay,J.3220 Scoring Total26210177 Ortiz,M.514158.14 Archer,D.133.00 Martinez,S.27437.01 Lemus,E.284.00 PUNTINGNo.YDSAvg. Paez,M.391574.01 Martinez,S.38528.3 La Canada09/16/2005010734 INTERCEPTIONSNo. Martinez,S.4 Crescenta Valley10/28/20050103544 Leyba,W.3134.30 Rahimi,N.1217514.61 Darmiento,A.1 Rahimi,N.1006last_img read more

first_img 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet: How sweet it is Enlarge ImageThere’s bound to still be a turn signal in the taillight, right? Henrik Fisker via Twitter Henrik Fisker is determined to make it happen again. After launching the plug-in hybrid Fisker Karma, and subsequently abandoning the project and off-loading its IP to the group that eventually started Karma Automotive, the automotive designer is preparing to launch his next vehicular venture. We’ve only seen hints of the front end, but now, it’s time to take a look ’round back.Henrik Fisker this week tweeted out a teaser for his upcoming electric SUV. It’s the first time we’ve seen even part of the rear end, and it looks pretty interesting, especially the body line that rises well above the shoulder line as it works its way back toward the D-pillar. The roof looks to have a bit of a fastback angle to it, and the taillights (what we can see, at least) look plenty slim.The most interesting bit, however, is an integrated turn signal in the D-pillar. According to Fisker’s tweet, it’s meant to “provide extra safety when you change lanes.” Additional lane-change signals are not necessarily new, but the overwhelming majority of them are slapped on the side-view mirrors. This is a unique location to put a marker, considering turn signals are usually integrated into the taillight structure. So far, we’ve only seen hints of the unnamed SUV’s front end. It’s an interesting look, with headlights that have more than a hint of Range Rover in them, with some properly bulky fenders and bumpers that give the ute a little more rugged look than one might expect from a tech-forward electric vehicle. It’s unclear when we’ll get to see the whole thing, but given Fisker’s timeline, it shouldn’t be too far down the road.Fisker first announced his intention to build an electric SUV in March. He estimates that the car will have an all-electric range north of 300 miles, yet its price tag is aiming below $40,000, which would make it one heck of a deal. The hope is that it’ll come out in 2021, but before that, a drivable prototype is expected to make an appearance before the end of this year.fisker-suv-teaser-promoEnlarge ImageHere’s the front-quarter teaser that debuted earlier this year, in case you haven’t seen it or forgot what it looks like. Fisker More From Roadshow 2 Electric Cars SUVs Future Cars Share your voicecenter_img Comments New Lexus RX 450h adopts radical style, retains stellar hybrid fuel economy 2019 Volkswagen Arteon first drive: Flagship fastback feels familiar Tagslast_img read more

first_imgA man looks at a screen across the road displaying the election results on the facade of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building in Mumbai May 16, 2014.Reuters fileIt is no more a secret that the Indian banking sector is in a dire state, but what is new is that the sector has now started impacting the capital market. On Thursday, Nifty PSU Bank index hit a nine-month low on the National Stock Exchange (NSE), Business Standard reported.Shares of public sectors banks (PSBs) are now trading at red for two straight days. Of the 12 PSBs listed on NSE, nine banks’ stocks are having a negative change.The Nifty PSU Bank index hit an intra-day low of 2,995.30 on Thursday, lowest since January. The index has slipped by about 18.5 percent from its recent high of 3,723 on July 31.At 12.30 pm on Thursday, the benchmark Nifty 50 index was marginally high at 10,034.30, up 0.5 percent, while the Nifty PSU Bank index stood at 3,008.75, down 0.7 percent.Going in specific bank stocks, State Bank of India (SBI), Oriental Bank of Commerce, Vijaya Bank, Corporation Bank, Union Bank of India and Punjab National Bank (PNB) have lost anywhere between 19 percent to 22 percent in past two months, BS reported.The sole reason behind bank stocks not performing well is the non-performing assets (NPAs) issue. Subdued growth in the business activities in the last two quarters made it worse.Many market experts believe that events like demonetisation and implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) have affected business and dampened economic growth.”If the credit growth is not picking up, it is difficult for high debt-laden PSU banks to come out of the mess they are in,” the business daily quoted G Chokkalingam, founder and managing director, Equinomics Research as saying.As the September quarter result declaration time is here, most analysts expect PSU banks to report single-digit growth in net interest income (NNI). In this backdrop, Chokkalingam warned investors to be cautious while investing in these stocks at the current levels.”Investors should look at price-to-book value, which should be less than 2-3 time; the net NPA percentage should not be above 4-5 percent and there has to be some visibility of credit growth. Look at these parameters before taking an investment call,” Chokkalingam advises.last_img read more

first_img Share Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is facing fierce criticism in response to a bible verse posted on his Twitter feed. It included the words, “A man reaps what he sows.” The post went up just hours after Sunday’s massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando.The verse was only the latest in a series of scriptural passages Patrick tweets each Sunday morning. But the choice of Galatians 6:7 struck many as badly timed, if not deliberately offensive. It remained up for several hours, drawing a sharp backlash before being quietly removed.TwitterFrom Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s Twitter feed, posted Sunday, June 12, 2016 (subsequently deleted)“If you’re the average person just running around Twitter, looking at stuff, and all of a sudden you see the lieutenant governor’s comments. You would think, just looking at the timeline, just looking at the picture, you’d  think, ‘Oh, my God, he’s responding to Orlando,’” says Jon Taylor, chair of the political science department at the University of Saint Thomas.The lieutenant governor grabbed national headlines last year when he led the fight to overturn Houston’s equal rights ordinance. More recently, he’s stated that Texas will forgo federal education dollars rather than enforce a White House directive requiring that transgender students be allowed to use the bathrooms of the gender with which they identify. Taylor says that’s contributed to the impression that the post was aimed at the LGBT community, whether the timing was deliberate or not.Gage Skidmore via FlickrLieutenant Governor of Texas Dan Patrick speaking with supporters of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz after the results of the 2016 Nevada caucuses at his caucus night party at the Bill & Lillie Heinrich YMCA in Las Vegas, Nevada.“He’s becoming the state’s chief moralist in some respects, or at least that’s how he’s positioning himself,” Taylor says.Patrick posted a statement on his Facebook page saying that the verse was not intended as hate speech. He said those who interpret it as being directed against gays have not read the full passage from Galatians.“I think Paul is saying to the Galatians that they have been uncharitable to one another, and therefore they’re getting discord in their community,” says Randall Smith, who teaches moral theology at the University of Saint Thomas. “But it doesn’t strike me that he’s at all saying that the people who are suffering from the discord and animosity are necessarily the ones to blame.”Smith says that people quote scriptural passages with different meanings in mind, and that only Patrick knows what he really intended.Lt. Gov. Patrick is traveling out of the country. His spokesman, Allen Blakemore issued a statement saying that the choice of bible verse had been scheduled last Thursday, and that its posting after the Orlando shootings was an unfortunate coincidence. Houston Public Media reached out to Blakemore for clarification, but he declined to be interviewed. 00:00 /02:15 Xlast_img read more