[wzslider autoplay=”true”]The Training center of the Football Federation of B&H should be enriched by another football field by the end of September.Currently in progress are the works on the construction of a small football field, whose worth is estimated to around 700.000 BAM and that will additionally embellish the Training center.Regardless of the high temperatures, the works are being conducted according to the schedule, and the first stage includes the mounting of wooden construction for an arched roof. After mounting and completion of the roof construction, covering in PVC fabric follows. What remains at the end is the external landscaping, said the contractors Almy-Transport.The construction of this project began in mid-May, and it is expected to be completed by the end of September.(Source: faktor.ba)
Learn how to protect your video production gear and safeguard your set with this video tutorial.Professional audio and video technicians have been using this tried-and-true coiling method for years. When you have to move fast, a tangled cable can be costly, embarrassing, and (frankly) inexcusable. This video cites two true stories that relate directly to tangled cable and rope. Spend a little time perfecting the “Over and Under” method, and you can respond to any urgent cable request with confidence!Have a tangled mess of cords, cables, and rope? Avoid potentially dangerous situations by properly wrapping your cables.If you need to retrain your cables to properly wrap them, try setting them out in the sun for a few hours. You can also soak rope then lay it in the sun. Now your cables and rope are ready to coil.Wrapping Cables (XLR, BNC, etc) and Extension CordsThis technique works both clockwise and counterclockwise — perfect for both right-handed or left-handed crew members.Step 1: Grab your cable and start with an overhand loop.Step 2: Flip the cable, and roll it underhand to create the second loop.Step 3: Repeat overhand and underhand until the cable coils entirely in a circle.Step 4: Use a velcro tie or string to tie the cable in place. It’s best to keep the tie attached to the male end of the cable so it doesn’t interfere with any microphones or equipment you may plug into.Do not wrap the cable around itself and connect the ends. That is an improper technique that can shorten the lifespan of you audio and video cables.Have tips for protecting your video gear? Let us know in the comments.
A total of seven Maoists, including two women, have been killed in two separate encounters in Odisha’s Kandhamal and Balangir districts since Saturday night.Security forces found another body on Monday morning, after they had recovered four bodies following an exchange of fire with Communist Party of India-Maoist cadres in the Sudurukumpa forest of the Kandhamal district on Sunday afternoon.The gun battle comes a day after two left-wing extremists — divisional committee member Sanjeeb who was carrying a reward on ₹5 lakh on his head, and Rakesh, an area committee member carrying a reward of ₹4 lakh — were killed in an exchange of fire with the security forces on Saturday.Special Operations Group, an anti-Maoist force, and District Voluntary Force launched an operation following a tip-off about a possible meeting of Communist Party of India (Maoist) cadres at Godanki village in Sudurukumpa forest.Two women among deadKandhamal Superintendent of Police Prateek Singh said two woman Maoists were among the five killed in the exchange of fire. Five guns, including an AK-47 and two INSAS rifles, were recovered from the spot. The names of the deceased had not been revealed till Monday evening.In the wake of the two encounters, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday and reviewed the security situation in the State, an official said. During the telephonic conversation, the Chief Minister briefed the Home Minister on the steps taken by the State government to deal with the Maoists, the official said. Mr. Singh also spoke to Odisha Director General of Police Rajendra Prasad Sharma and appreciated the successful operations against the Maoists.(With PTI inputs)
Noorjehan Reclines, the chaise longue from Mozez Singh’s Mughal pop collection for Good EarthThe pursuit of beauty was a favoured occupation with the Mughals; nubile nymphs or majestic mausoleums, all things beautiful found patronage in the courts of these devoted aesthetes. Though the powerful sovereigns now only exist in the,Noorjehan Reclines, the chaise longue from Mozez Singh’s Mughal pop collection for Good EarthThe pursuit of beauty was a favoured occupation with the Mughals; nubile nymphs or majestic mausoleums, all things beautiful found patronage in the courts of these devoted aesthetes. Though the powerful sovereigns now only exist in the pages of history, their architecture and design continues to act as a muse for designers who are reinterpreting the old motifs in new ways. I Am Love, the lamp from Mozez Singh’s Mughal pop collection for Good EarthBe it parchin kari (pietra dura or marble inlay) which is a leitmotif common to many Mughal structures, or the myths surrounding their beautiful consorts, the empire is fertile ground for design inspiration.The Begum and Badshah cushions from Play Clan offer a pop art take on the trend”The Mughals aced their sense of proportion because they patronised many artists and the amalgam is an unbeatable one. Crafts like fluting and dhokra metal work were perfected during this period and the influence cuts across all our collections,” says Vikram Goyal, the man behind the luxury decor label Viya Home. The Hundred Lotus Petals light showcases the craft of fluting from Viya HomeThe patterns and crafts perfected over centuries have been handpicked and used in a modern context to create products which are far from a literal translation. From window shades inspired by the ornate latticed windows which are a Mughal signature, to wash basins in antique gold finishes, the artistry of the past has been recreated by artistes under the trained eyes of Goyal who believes that far from being a trend, these are staples of good taste which have survived over centuries and will continue to be favourites.Antique finish wash basin from Viya HomeWhile Goyal’s inspiration were the Mughal edifices, designer Mozez Singh from Mumbai chose to draw on the lifestyles of the fabled monarchs in his collection for lifestyle store Good Earth. Instead of taking the tried and tested route, Singh decided to be different and chose to be inspired by Persian calligraphy, digital prints and semi-precious stones for some added glamour. He created the chaise longue called Noorjehan Reclines, a black and red seat with an arabesque lattice, and even a light named ‘I Am Love’ crafted out of black acrylic. advertisementThe jaali can from Sahil and Sarthak Design Co.Others who have jumped onto the Mughal bandwagon include Delhi-based design duo Sahil Bagga and Sarthak Sengupta who have a collection dedicated to the erstwhile empire. “Mughal motifs strike a beautiful balance between nature and geometry, an example being the quintessential Mughal ivy pattern which at a micro level is an array of geometric patterns arranged in perfect symmetry,” says Sengupta. Furniture inspired by the beautiful ramparts of the Red Fort and accessories which are a modern take on the shapes and colours popular in the era are part of their collection.Mughal chair from Sahil and Sarthak Design Co.The Mughalmania finds reflection in several other popular home brands like Baaya Design which has Mughal miniatures on display which can add a historic touch to your walls, or Cocoon Rugs, which offers knotted wonders sporting Persian and Turkish designs selected from an early 19th century archive. A knotted wonder from Cocoon RugsIf you want a colourful take on the trend, then head over to Play Clan which offers everything from journals to cushions and play cards emblazoned with begums and badshahs.