‘Studio City’ earns eight 2020 Daytime Emmy nominations
Friday, 22 May 2020, 00:11:05
Congratulations are in order to the writers, producers, director, and cast of the hit digital drama series “Studio City” on Amazon Prime.
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24 photos that showcase the lavish designs of Soviet-era metro stations, from marble columns to ornate chandeliers
Saturday, 23 November 2019, 16:05:00
Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig showcases the world of the former USSR ‘s expansive metro stations, which cover 15 cities and six countries, in his photo book, “Soviet Metro Stations.” Recent lifts on photo regulations in the metros have allowed for in-depth expeditions of these subway stations . The stations are filled with ornate chandeliers, large marble columns, mosaics, and grand statues representative of the Soviet era . The elaborate stations were once dubbed ” palaces of the people ” by Soviet Union dictator Joseph Stalin. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig captured images of the elaborate metro network of the former USSR. He traveled across 15 cities and six countries in order to photograph each metro station. “I visited all 15 cities with metros designed, and for the most part built, during the Soviet Union,” Herwig said of his photo series. “I rode a lot of trains and spent months underground,” Herwig added. Herwig’s images, which capture the extraordinary detail of the underground architecture, are featured in his new book, “Soviet Metro Stations.” Before he was photographing metro stations, Herwig was exploring bus stops in remote places across central Asia. “I stumbled across Soviet bus stops while biking from London to St.
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Mumias Sugar sends home all employees : The Standard
Tuesday, 5 November 2019, 12:49:04
Mumias Sugar Company fires all employees after going into receivership under KCB Bank; new staff to be hired on temporary basis.
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How Sanyal thinks Modi’s sweep changed India’s odds
Tuesday, 28 May 2019, 09:07:37
by Michelle JamriskoIndia has the political space to undertake “difficult” tasks to revive economic growth, an adviser to the nation’s government said after Prime Minister Narendra Modi was reelected to office with a landslide majority.The government can pass measures to spur investment, Sanjeev Sanyal, principal economic adviser at the finance ministry, said during a discussion on India’s politics versus economics organized by Nomura Holdings Inc. in Singapore. The task will, however, require help from monetary policy makers, given that the real cost of capital in India is high, he added.“This is the prerogative of the central bank,” he said referring to the Monetary Policy Committee’s upcoming interest rate review early next month. “Inflation is not seen as a concern.”Investors in India are closely watching for how the central bank as well as Modi drive the economy amid concerns of a prolonged slowdown. With data due Friday expected to show gross domestic product growth slowed for a fourth straight quarter, market expectations on interest rates signal another cut on June 6 as inflation stays below the central bank’s 4% medium-term target.Expectations are also growing for Modi to push through land and labour reforms after Bharatiya Janata Party won 303 of 543 elected seats in the Lok Sabha to secure a single-party majority.
— The Economic Times India