“In that scenario, a slightly higher target of 10,882 can be expected. In between, there seems to be a good amount of support in the 11,250 –11,187 zone. Meanwhile, upsides shall remain capped at around 11,460 levels, whereas a close above 11,400 can be considered as the initial sign of strength,” he said. … [Read more...] about After The Bell: Bears back on D-St, what should investors do on Friday?
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A rise in volatility after a decline in eight trading sessions also paused the momentum but as the VIX is still comfortably placed, the downside is expected to be limited and the buying could emerge again, experts says. The VIX rose by 5.36 percent to 21.67 levels. … [Read more...] about Technical View: Nifty forms long bearish candle, experts advise traders to create short on bounce
For long, the Constitution Hill (Johannesburg) functioned mainly as a prison. It was here that Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, along with other passive resistors, were held. The site has two permanent exhibitions that revolve around the lives of Gandhi and Mandela. Number Four section of the prison narrates the horrific prison conditions of the time and the difference in how prisoners of different races were treated. Now, Constitution Hill is a museum and the home to South Africa’s constitutional court. … [Read more...] about Nelson Mandela Day: A virtual footprint of Madiba in South Africa
There are, of course, good reasons for the insistence on these. In 1937, more than 105 people died in 15 states across the US following the consumption of Sulfanilamide, an antibacterial to cure streptococcal infections. While the earlier drug in capsule form was safe enough, one of its manufacturers, S.E. Massengill Company of Bristol, Tennessee, decided to boost its sales by launching a liquid suspension for oral consumption. By September 1937, after the company’s internal control lab had approved the product, Massengill had distributed 240 gallons of the liquid, called Elixir Sulfanilamide, across the country. Then the deaths started with the first six patients succumbing to renal failure. Tests were ordered and diethylene glycol, an anti-freezing agent, was identified as the toxic substance. Before it was taken off the market, over a 100 people died, a disaster that provoked a public backlash and led to the passage of the 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act, which gave the FDA … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine | History of trials does not offer too much comfort
announced that it is turning Hair Love into an animated series—it will be called Young Love—with Cherry serving as showrunner along with The Boondocks co-executive producer Carl Jones. Lion Forge Animation also has formed a partnership with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment to create content for Imagine Kids+Family. Projects so far include Puerto Rico Strong, which will delve into issues such as the effects of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico; Chippy Hood, a preschool series about four little chipmunks; and a Black anthology series that will feature Black creators telling stories based on their experiences. It is also working with the Chinese entertainment company Starlight Media to take Chinese IP and turn it into content that melds Chinese and American sensibilities. … [Read more...] about The Black-owned animation studio behind ‘Hair Love’ is teaching Hollywood how to be authentic