Monthly Archives: September 2014
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The helmet is the most important equipment on a rider’s list of guards and protectors. Choosing the best motorcycle helmet means picking the one that suits the very purpose of protecting your head is of utmost importance rather than it being fashionable or stylish.
Top 10 Helmet Brand in India:
1. HJC :
Photoshop is the best graphic designing software. Every designer use this software to design web pages, graphic cards. This is huge software with multiple options that help people to create their design. Professionals use this software to perform their professional task while students and other people use it to edit images and create some prank. If you are looking for any Photoshop tutorial online, check out this easy tutorial for beginner.
Photoshop Tutorial for Beginner :
1. Open Image
2. Fit on screen Space+Right click
3. Rename Background layer to Layer 0
4. Create New Layer Ctr+J
5. Fill Color in New layer Ctr + Backspace or Alt + Backspace
6. Change Canvas size ctr+alt+C
7. To Edit Text or Image Free Transform Ctr+T
8. Drag Layers
9. Create a new layer for text or to create any shape
10. Draw a Shape or write a text
11. Change Opacity of Text or shape [ Use Numeric keys to change opacity of text or shape]
12. Press Ctr+D to deselect selection
13. To write a text use Horizental type Tool [T]
14. Select [T] and start writing text where ever you want
15. Change Color, font size, font type using Expand Dock(Find it in Right side of screen << (Expand Dock sign) )
Champions League Twenty20 starting from Wednesday 17, September 2014 and final will paly on Saturday, 04 Oct 2014
Schedule of Champions League Twenty20 2014:
|S.No||Date & Time||Match||Venue|
|1||Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||KOL vs CHE||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|2||Thu, 18 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||MOH vs HBH||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|3||Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||CC vs T.B.C.||Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur|
|4||Sat, 20 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||DOL vs PRS||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|5||Sat, 20 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||MOH vs BT||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|6||Sun, 21 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||CC vs HBH||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|7||Sun, 21 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||KOL vs T.B.C.||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|8||Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||DOL vs CHE||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|9||Tue, 23 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||HBH vs T.B.C.||Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur|
|10||Wed, 24 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||KOL vs PRS||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|11||Thu, 25 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||CHE vs T.B.C.||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|12||Fri, 26 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||CC vs BT||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|13||Fri, 26 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||MOH vs T.B.C.||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|14||Sat, 27 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||DOL vs T.B.C.||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|15||Sat, 27 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||PRS vs CHE||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|16||Sun, 28 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||HBH vs BT||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|17||Sun, 28 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||MOH vs CC||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali|
|18||Mon, 29 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||KOL vs DOL||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|19||Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:00 PM IST||PRS vs T.B.C.||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|20||Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:00 PM IST||T.B.C. vs BT||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|21||Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:00 PM IST||A1 vs B2 (1st Semi Final)||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|22||Thu, 02 Oct 2014 08:00 PM IST||B1 vs A2 (2nd Semi Final)||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad|
|23||Sat, 04 Oct 2014 08:00 PM IST||SF1 vs SF2 (Final)||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
Indian reallity show Bigg Boss is the Indian edition of Big Brother broadcast on the Colors TV channel. This season is starting from 20 september 2014. Salman Khan will host this season fifth time. Gauhar Khan was the winner of Bigg Boss 7
Listing of Participants of Bigg Boss Season 8:
Gaurav Chopra: Gaurav Chopra (born 4 April 1979) is an Indian television and theatre actor. He became well known for his participation in the dance shows Nach Baliye 2 and Zara Nachke Dikha. He also acted in the Hollywood movie Blood Diamond. Wikipedia
Hansika Motwani: Hansika Motwani (born 9 August 1991) is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu films. She made her film debut as a leading actress in the Telugu film Desamuduru (2007), winning the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South. Wikipedia
Narayani Shastri: Narayani Shastri (born 16 April 1978) is an Indian television and theatre actress. Shastri was educated at Symbiosis College in Pune, and later moved to Government Law College in Mumbai. Wikipedia
Sunil Grover: Sunil Grover is an Indian stand-up comedian and Bollywood film actor. Sunil Grover is mainly known as Gutthi from Comedy Nights with Kapil. He will participate in Bigg Boss season 8. Wikipedia
Tina Dutt: Tina Dutta is an Indian actress. She has appeared in Bengali films, Bollywood and Hindi TV programmes including in the television show Uttaran as Iccha and Meethi. Wikipedia
Daniel Webber: Daniel Weber is mainly recognised for being husband of International Star Sunny Leone. He is the lead guitarist of the rock band “The Disparrows”. Daniel belongs to the Jewish faith. He is married to actress Sunny Leone on 20 January 2009. Source
Digging a minor trench is easier and can be accomplished by using a simple shovel. However, digging deep trenches requires careful planning. OSHA defines trench as a narrow excavation made underground. A trench is deeper than it is wide but its width is not more than 15 feet. Trench excavation is frequently required for sewer installation and other such projects. Safe and successful trench digging requires careful planning.
Steps for excavating a trench
Planning is the crucial part. The route along which trench would be dug and the corresponding depth should be mapped properly to determine the tools and materials required. Process design should be meticulous to avoid wastage of time and resources.
Plan a route that poses least hazard to plants, property, sidewalks, structures and driveways. Factor in the soil type, as sandy soil, or wet and slushy material, can toughen up the digging process calling for additional support. You can tackle such soil types with shoring, wherein caving in of ditch sides is prevented by providing support structure such as plywood, steel trench box, etc. You can de-water the soil through well point system, mud-hog diaphragm pump, etc. to stabilize it. You can also bench the trench so as to take away excess weight from the banks.
Assess the depth of the trench to maximize support for the utility or other purpose for which it is to be used. The trench may be shallow on one end and deeper on the other.
Get in touch with local utility location service to spot underground pipes meant for electric, communications, gas or water transport and steer clear of any liability arising out of inadvertent damage of such utilities.
Now, you would need to arrange equipment to be used for digging. Minor excavations can be accomplished through pickaxes, shovels and hand tools; whereas large projects can be done with backhoes and mini excavators.
Check the topsoil layer’s depth and remove it up to a depth of 20 cm. Keep the topsoil away from other materials dug out to avoid mixing up and maintain the heap at 1.5m to prevent compaction.
Start digging with the first entrenchment reaching to the depth of first bench. Go on making subsequent entrenchments. Cast away the removed soil at a site far away from the excavation point to provide for encumbrance free work. Always move laterally along trench length. To avoid remedial jobs on the finished trench, keep checking the depth with builder’s level at grades which are critical. Keep checking trench depth as well as the stability of the embankments to carry out the needful smoothing or finished grading of the bottom to ensure effective installation of the material for which the trench was dug for. Following the installation, you will need to take effective measures to backfill the trench.
Quick Tips and warnings
- Always analyze the soil type to prevent bank collapsing incidents
- Call the local utilities call center to learn about utilities that are buried beneath the soil to avoid liabilities
- Never allow heavy equipment to operate along the banks
- Fence or flag off the trench to prevent accidental tripping of people
- Make way for safe entry and exit into the trench
- Do not dig trenches near existing buildings else you may run the risk of hollowing out their foundations.
- Obtain permit from local authorities prior to starting work near landmarks or public properties
- Never enter a trench not made completely on stable rock without adequate personal protective equipment
- Any protective system should be designed after considering soil type, cut depth, moisture content of soil, weather or climate induced changes, materials to be used and any other operation going on in the neighborhood.
Other important points to remember
Get the trench inspected regularly by a competent professional to properly map and comprehensively remove existing and predictable excavation related risks. Surcharge loads should be kept at a minimum of two feet from the edge of trench. Get the trench tested for oxygen level, toxic gases and other poisonous fumes.
You can employ a bed edger trencher to carry out clean shallow digging to allow for landscaping borders. A wire trencher can be used for installing landscape lighting and electric dog fences.
You can also get in touch with L&D Earthmoving in Australia which provides trench cutting solutions that are safe, efficient and proven for optimum results and zero liabilities.
Cricket World Cup 2015
11th ICC Cricket World Cup jointly hosted by New Zealand and Australia in February 2015. The tournament will start on Feb 14, 2015 and the last match of the tournament will be held on Mar 29, 2015. Total 49 matches will be played in this tournament. India was the last winner of the tournament in 2011. Here is the ICC cricket world cup schedule 2015 with date, venue and complete match detail.
Cricket World Cup 2015 Schedule
|14-Feb-15||1st ODI||Pool A : Sri Lanka vs New Zealand||Christchurch|
|14-Feb-15||2nd ODI||Pool A : England vs Australia||Melbourne|
|15-Feb-15||3rd ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs Zimbabwe||Hamilton|
|15-Feb-15||4th ODI||Pool B : India vs Pakistan||Adelaide|
|16-Feb-15||5th ODI||Pool B : West Indies vs Ireland||Nelson|
|17-Feb-15||6th ODI||Pool A : New Zealand vs Scotland||Dunedin|
|18-Feb-15||7th ODI||Pool A : Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Canberra|
|19-Feb-15||8th ODI||Pool B : Zimbabwe vs United Arab Emirates||Nelson|
|20-Feb-15||9th ODI||Pool A : England vs New Zealand||Wellington|
|21-Feb-15||10th ODI||Pool B : Pakistan vs West Indies||Christchurch|
|21-Feb-15||11th ODI||Pool A : Australia vs Bangladesh||Brisbane|
|22-Feb-15||12th ODI||Pool A : Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan||Dunedin|
|22-Feb-15||13th ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs India||Melbourne|
|23-Feb-15||14th ODI||Pool A : England vs Scotland||Christchurch|
|24-Feb-15||15th ODI||Pool B : West Indies vs Zimbabwe||Canberra|
|25-Feb-15||16th ODI||Pool B : Ireland vs United Arab Emirates||Brisbane|
|26-Feb-15||17th ODI||Pool A : Afghanistan vs Scotland||Dunedin|
|26-Feb-15||18th ODI||Pool A : Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh||Melbourne|
|27-Feb-15||19th ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs West Indies||Sydney|
|28-Feb-15||20th ODI||Pool A : Australia vs New Zealand||Auckland|
|28-Feb-15||21st ODI||Pool B : India vs United Arab Emirates||Perth|
|1-Mar-15||22nd ODI||Pool A : England vs Sri Lanka||Wellington|
|1-Mar-15||23rd ODI||Pool B : Pakistan vs Zimbabwe||Brisbane|
|3-Mar-15||24th ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs Ireland||Canberra|
|4-Mar-15||25th ODI||Pool B : Pakistan vs United Arab Emirates||Napier|
|4-Mar-15||26th ODI||Pool A : Australia vs Afghanistan||Perth|
|5-Mar-15||27th ODI||Pool A : Bangladesh vs Scotland||Nelson|
|6-Mar-15||28th ODI||Pool B : India vs West Indies||Perth|
|7-Mar-15||29th ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs Pakistan||Auckland|
|7-Mar-15||30th ODI||Pool B : Zimbabwe vs Ireland||Hobart|
|8-Mar-15||31st ODI||Pool A : New Zealand vs Afghanistan||Napier|
|8-Mar-15||32nd ODI||Pool A : Australia vs Sri Lanka||Sydney|
|9-Mar-15||33rd ODI||Pool A : England vs Bangladesh||Adelaide|
|10-Mar-15||34th ODI||Pool B : India vs Ireland||Hamilton|
|11-Mar-15||35th ODI||Pool A : Sri Lanka vs Scotland||Hobart|
|12-Mar-15||36th ODI||Pool B : South Africa vs United Arab Emirates||Wellington|
|13-Mar-15||37th ODI||Pool A : Bangladesh vs New Zealand||Hamilton|
|13-Mar-15||38th ODI||Pool A : England vs Afghanistan||Sydney|
|14-Mar-15||39th ODI||Pool B : India vs Zimbabwe||Auckland|
|14-Mar-15||40th ODI||Pool A : Australia vs Scotland||Hobart|
|15-Mar-15||41st ODI||Pool B : West Indies vs United Arab Emirates||Napier|
|15-Mar-15||42nd ODI||Pool B : Pakistan vs Ireland||Adelaide|
|18-Mar-15||1st Quarter Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Sydney|
|19-Mar-15||2nd Quarter Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Melbourne|
|20-Mar-15||3rd Quarter Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Adelaide|
|21-Mar-15||4th Quarter Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Wellington|
|24-Mar-15||1st Semi Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Auckland|
|26-Mar-15||2nd Semi Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Sydney|
|29-Mar-15||Final ODI||TBC vs TBC||Melbourne|