NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New NYPD technology has some people doing a double-take and asking questions. It’s a robot shaped like a dog. READ MORE: NYPD: Man Armed With Box Cutter Robbing Grocery Stores In Queens Monday afternoon at 344 East 28th Street, cops responded to a man barricaded after a domestic dispute. Sadly, it’s an all-too-common situation, but it drew attention. It was one of the first times the public has seen the new NYPD digidog, bristling with cameras and microphones. It’s able to approach danger and feed back live pictures and sound. MSA Security consultant Justin Kelley used to command the Connecticut State SWAT team. “It allows them to really put a plan together, to get eyes in there without putting a human body in there,” he told CBS2’s Tony Aiello. “Really gives you that real-time intel that is so critical to any scene like that.” He believes technology such as digidog can save lives and money. READ MORE: Man Spit On, Punched After … [Read more...] about New NYPD ‘Digidog’ Robot Raising Questions Among New Yorkers
New Delhi: Veteran actress Sharmila Tagore has been staying at her ancestral residence - The Pataudi Palace near the capital city for quite some time now. Recently in a video interview, daughter-in-law Kareena Kapoor Khan heaped praises on her and revealed how she has been away from Mumbai for a long time. In an interview with Ladies Study Group, Sharmila talked about movies, her journey and a lot more. During the interview chat, in a video message, Kareena Kapoor Khan said how due to the deadly novel coronavirus, the veteran actress is yet to meet her new grandson. Kareena said, "I always get nervous when people ask me to talk about you. Because when it comes to talking about such an icon, such a legend I mean what is there left to say? The whole world knows that probably my mother-in-law, whom I'm lucky to call my mother-in-law, is one of the most elegant one of the most graceful women to have walked the earth if I may say." Adding more, Bebo said, "But I'm … [Read more...] about Kareena Kapoor reveals why mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore is yet to meet her second son!
Looking at Bollywood and cricket's happily-ever-afters! F ew things are as celebrated as cricket and movies in our country. And when the stars of these two spheres unite, it's glamour heaven. Aren't we all curious to catch a glimpse of Bollywood's leading lady cheering for her sporty beau from the VIP stands or show up hand in hand at red carpet events? Sadly, many alliances of this nature seem to have a rather short shelf life. Be it Reena Roy-Mohsin Khan, Mohammad Azharuddin-Sangeeta Bijlani, Shane Warne-Elizabeth Hurley or, the recent reported split of Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma, they're all instances of high-profile romance gone kaput. Image: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma V irat and Anushka, who stayed strong through many ups and downs , are apparently no longer together. Not all cricketer-actress romances culminate in heartbreak though. Some have stayed reassuringly rock-solid. Take a look. Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore … [Read more...] about When Bollywood and Cricket collide!
Visiting the Dai Han broken rice shop at 113A Dang Dung Street, District 1, customers typically feel themselves transported back to the Vietnam war time (1955-1975). Before 1975, the shop, then named Do Phu cafe, was a secret base of the People's Army overseen by Tran Van Lai. The house had been assigned to Do Mien and his wife Su to sell broken rice and coffee, but in fact, served to store and transfer letters and confidential documents to the war zone. The Do Phu cafe, now Dai Han broken rice shop, in Saigon. Photo by VnExpress/Huynh Nhi. Tran Vu Binh, son of Lai and the current owner of the eatery, recalled the birth of the shop. Before opening the business, Su went with her husband to Phnom Penh, Cambodia on an undercover intelligence mission. After a few years in Phnom Penh, Su returned to the country with her husband and started selling broken rice. The shop sold meals for workers and gradually became popular among residents in the area, including many Korean … [Read more...] about The war-time secret behind Saigon eatery
“We are not an overnight sensation. The continued growth of Beautéderm is a result of the proverbial blood, sweat and tears of the men and women behind it.” Not everyone is fortunate to start a business with meager capital and grow it into an amazingly successful venture years later. Rhea Anicoche-Tan, president and chief executive officer of Beautéderm Corp., is one of the lucky few. In 2009, with seed money of only P3,500, but with loads of determination, hard work and passion, she took a leap of faith to make her dream of making Filipinos feel good about themselves a reality. Conservative strategies Starting out was both exciting and scary, she says. “I did not know what the future would bring. I was determined though to do everything with dignity and honesty in making the company that I was building a success. To this day, that determination still fuels me to further improve Beautéderm and level-up my game.” Beautéderm marked its first decade in the wellness market … [Read more...] about Wellness ambassador