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Blue Eagles sweep Tamaraws for PVL men’s crown

first_imgFILE PHOTO—The Ateneo Blue Spikers celebrate after getting a point in Game 2 of the UAAP Men’s Volleyball Finals. TRISTAN TAMAYO/INQUIRER.netAteneo overwhelmed Far Eastern University, 25-21, 25-22, 25-16, to sweep the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference Men’s Finals Saturday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Blue Eagles dominated the best-of-three series, also taking Game 1 in straight sets, 25-22, 25-20, 25-19, three days ago.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set NBA: Thunder coach defends Russell Westbrook from ‘easy to defend’ claims LATEST STORIES Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Marck Espejo fired 20 points, including four service aces while Gian Carlo Glorioso added 10.Meanwhile, University of Santo Tomas had four players in double-figures to eke out a 21-25, 30-28, 28-26, 25-21, in the battle for third place.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogManuel Medina and Joshua Umandal led the charge for the Tiger Spikers with 15 points each.Tyron Carodan added 14 points and Juren Buro chipped in 10.Madzlan Gampong had 20 points, six coming off blocks, for the Bulldogs, who lost a grueling Game 1 on Wednesday, 17-25, 28-26, 20-25, 25-21, 27-25. MOST READcenter_img Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View commentslast_img read more

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Liberia Commissions ‘Internet Exchange Point’

first_imgThe Liberian nation took one giant step Thursday, August 6, into its economic and development drive by the commissioning of the Liberia Internet Exchange Point (LIXP).An Internet exchange point (IX or IXP) is a physical infrastructure through which Internet service providers (ISPs) and content delivery networks (CDNs) exchange Internet traffic between autonomous systems or networks.In essence, the LIXP will ensure that internet traffic intended for local use is kept local and will also help to reduce the cost of communication and increase speed and other benefits to diverse users.Performing the commissioning of the LIXP Thursday, Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai stated that it is an investment in one of the very critical IT infrastructures that helps to keep local internet traffic local and also improve network performance.According to VP Boakai, a few years ago, the concept of IXP was largely restricted to Western countries and the industrialized world. “It’s my understanding that Alexandria in Egypt, Johannesburg in South Africa and Nairobi in Kenya were among the few other places that had IXPs in Africa.”The Liberian VP further stated that the assumption behind the establishment of IXP is to contribute to commerce and trade and to also contribute to raising the living standard of people across the continent.“Therefore, as policymakers, we believe that establishing IXP in Liberia will enable service providers to take advantage of the enormous opportunity IXP provides in creating demand for the local internet users in Liberia,” the VP said.The VP disclosed that Liberia is among the first 10 African countries that have taken practical steps in establishing its IXP with support from the African Union; adding: “We feel obliged to establish this facility in Liberia because we have a duty to our citizens and other residents. That duty is to provide all diverse and potential users a state of the art technology that can enhance their businesses, professional and individual aspirations.”Acknowledging the internet as being central to communication in the 21st century, Ambassador Boakai stated, “It therefore becomes our obligation to prioritize the development of core infrastructure that will enhance its access at a more affordable rate.”Speaking earlier, Posts and Telecommunications Minister and Postmaster General, Dr. Frederick B. Norkeh, stated that because of the IXP technology, internet providers in Liberia will no longer pay transit cost for traffic generated from Liberia to carriers in Europe or in the United States.“It will also support content creation such as NGOs, academic institutions, corporate entities, government institutions and individual users will have access to domain they most need to provide more information about their service and work.”The Posts Master General, who praised the African Union (AU) for funding the LIXP, disclosed: “As for today, exchanging email and other internet services that even use ‘dot LR’ domain intended for local consumption is routed through ‪Europe‬, America or in other countries before terminating to the user in Liberia.”For his part the AU Representative at the occasion, Mr. Moctar Yedaly, told the audience that the AU was present because they are committed to Liberia. He added: “We are here because we believe that that ICT can change the destiny and future of Africa.”Mr. Yedaly disclosed that in 2010, the AU got to know that poor nations in Africa had spent more than 610 million United States Dollars to third parties, including nations in Europe and the US, just on transit fees. He commended the Liberian Government for the initiative.Also speaking, Mr. Daniel Brewer, representative of the LIXP Association, said the Internet is a ‘network of networks’, currently comprising some 45,000 discrete networks. Mr. Brewer further stated that every microsecond, end-users are accessing; exchanging and receiving emails from distant lands or few miles away, transiting video on demand, enabling social media and voice.“Behind all of these successful exchanges is a` network arch, a collection of commercial peering and transit agreements, put in place and signed by operators and service providers to bring this all together. In like manner, the way in which an IXP is managed can impact an entire region’s Internet economy.For her part, Madam Angelique Weeks, Chairperson of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) thanked everyone, including all the services providers — Libtelco, Lonestar, Cellcom and Novafone — for working to together to reach this point.She said discussions leading up yesterday’s commissioning ceremony had started in October, 2013.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img
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Kiskatinaw Fall Fair continues over weekend

first_imgThe annual Kiskatinaw Fall Fair continued on Saturday and Sunday with heavy and light horse shows, fair exhibits and much more. Here are some photos from the weekend.- Advertisement –last_img

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Gareth Southgate to sign new four-year contract to remain England boss

first_img Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? His new deal will expire at the end of December 2022 – after the conclusion of the Qatar World Cup Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade After the World Cup, FA chief executive Martin Glenn said the organisation wanted Southgate, who won 57 England caps to stay beyond Euro 2020.And this new deal will see Southgate remain Three Lions manager until the end of December 2022, with the Qatar World Cup to be staged in the winter.However, Glenn also admitted the FA could not compete with a Premier League side in terms of pay.Southgate’s current salary is understood to be £1.8m a year, with performance bonuses taking it closer to the £2.5m his predecessors Allardyce and Roy Hodgson reportedly earned. The deal is an improved one with his salary to increase to a reported £3million a year.The contract will be discussed at a Football Association board meeting on Thursday.It will be welcome news for the England team ahead of their UEFA Nations League match at Croatia on October 12.Southgate initially took over as caretaker boss after Sam Allardyce’s sudden departure in September 2016 before signing a four-year deal as permanent England boss in November of that year. Latest Football News Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won impact REVEALED ADVICE 2 BEST OF center_img Gareth Southgate is on the verge of signing a new four-year contract to carry on as England manager for the 2022 World Cup.The 48-year-old, whose current deal expires in 2020, guided England to the World Cup semi-finals in the summer, equalling the national team’s best performance at a World Cup finals since they won the tournament in 1966. REVEALED Southgate and England’s World Cup campaign captured the imagination of the public Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions MONEY England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won RANKED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move silverware 2last_img read more

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Profiling the AFCON teams: Mauritania

first_imgMauritania will be featuring in their maiden AFCON tournament. (PHOTOS/AGENCIES)Mauritania will be featuring in their 1st Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament. The Lions of Chinguetti along with Burundi and Madagascar will be making their AFCON debut.In the 2019 edition, Mauritania is in Group E alongside Tunisia, Mali and Angola.Mauritania were not allowed to participate in qualification for the first two AFCON tournaments (1957 and 1959) as they were still part of France.Even after separation from France, they did not take part in qualification for the next nine (9) AFCONs between 1962 and 1978.Their first attempt to qualification came in 1980 where they fell short, the same result which graced them in 1982.For the 1984 edition, Mauritania did not take part in the qualification process.Between 1986 and 2000, the Lions of Chinguetti either failed to qualify, withdrew or opted out of qualification.Between 1986 and 2000, Mauritania did not take part in AFCON qualifiers.For the editions between 2002 and 2010, Mauritania attempted but failed to reach the finals tournament after falling short in the qualification.In 2012, they withdraw from taking part while in 2013, Mauritania did not enter qualification.For the 2015 and 2017 tournaments, the Lions of Chinguetti tried to qualify for the two editions but could not negotiate their way through qualification.CoachCorentin MartinsMartins is a 49-year-old former French attacking midfielder who has been the head coach of Mauritania since 2014.Martins has been head coach of Mauritania since 2014.He started his managerial career in 2006, with lowly Quimper Cornouaille. In the following year he was named his first club’s director of football, but had a brief spell as interim coach in the beginnings of the 2008/2009 campaign; he subsequently stayed on the bench, now as an assistant for the Ligue 2 team.During 2011/12 and 2012/13, Martins acted as caretaker for Brest as a replacement for sacked Alex Dupont. and Landry Chauvin, respectively. After managing to avert top flight relegation in the former season, he lost all eight matches he was in charge in the latter, with the subsequent 20th position in the table and relegation.On 8 October 2014, Martins was appointed manager of Mauritania. In January 2019, he extended his contract until 2021.Star PlayerBessamBessam is a striker who plays at Tunisian side AS Gabes.He started his career with ASC Ksar until he was called to represent the national team by the “then” coach Patrice Neveu. He scored on his first game with the national team, and made an assist in the 2-0 win over Senegal that Qualified the Mauritanian team to the 2014 African Nations Championship in South Africa.In May 2014, Bessam signed a two-year contract with Algerian side JS Kabyile. On August 16, he made his JS Kabylie debut, away to MC Oran, scoring the second goal in a 2–0 victory.He currently plays at AS Gabes for whomhe has played one game and scored as many goals.Bessam has scored one goal in as many games for his AS Gabes club.Projection: Group StageMauritania’s fixtures at AFCON 2019-Mali vs Mauritania, 24nd June-Mauritania vs Angola, 29th June-Mauritania vs Tunisia, 02th JulyMali’s 23-man squad for AFCON 2019Goalkeeper: Souleimane Brahim (Nouadhibou), Namori Diaw (Kedia), Babacar Diop (Police)Defenders: Aly Abeid (Alcorcon/ESP), Abdoul Ba (Auxerre/FRA), Diadie Diarra (Sedan/FRA), El Mostapha Diaw (Nouakchott Kings), Bakary Ndiaye (Difaa el Jadida/MAR), Sally Sarr (Servette/SUI), Harouna Sy (Grenoble/FRA), Abdoul Kader Thiam (Orleans/FRA)Midfielders: Khassa Camara (Xanthi/GRE), Ibrehima Coulibaly (Grenoble/FRA), Alassane Diop (Hajer/KSA), Abdoulaye Gaye (Nouadhibou), Dialo Guidileye (Elazigspor/TUR), El Hacen el Id (Real Valladolid/ESP). Mohamed Dellah Yali (Tadjenanet/ALG)Forwards: Souleymane Anne (Aurillac Arpajon/FRA), Adama Ba (Giresunspor/TUR), Ismael Diakhite (Tataouine/TUN), Moulaye Ahmed Khalil (Gabes/TUN), Hemeya Tanjy (Nouadhibou)Comments Tags: AFCON 2019AngolaBessamCorentin MartinsMALIMauritaniatopTunisialast_img read more

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Why the Giants sent Tyler Beede to the minors after the best start of his career

first_imgSAN DIEGO — Tyler Beede tossed seven brilliant innings in a dominant victory over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday and was rewarded with a trip back to the minor leagues.Yes, after the best start of Beede’s young career, he’ll spend the All-Star break in the minor leagues.The Giants announced the decision to option Beede on Wednesday, but the Giants discussed the transaction with him prior to his second career win.It was initially unclear if Beede would start Tuesday’s game after his …last_img read more

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Derek Carr’s brother blames Josh Jacobs for fumbled toss

first_imgThe Carr family sticks together.Darren Carr, the brother of Raiders QB Derek Carr and head football coach of Bakersfield Christian High, protected Derek’s good name Sunday with a quick tweet after an Oakland turnover.Early in the third quarter of the Raiders’ game in London against the Bears, Derek Carr threw a toss right past running back Josh Jacobs. The Bears eventually recovered the fumble and scored on the ensuing possession.Khalil Mack recovers the fumble vs his former team!#CHIvsOAK …last_img read more

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Warriors Live: Five answers about Thunder, plus updates from Sunday’s game

first_imgScroll to the bottom of follow our live feed during the gameThe Warriors may have been hit with a dose of reality in their season-opening loss Thursday, but there’s a pretty decent chance things will get much better for Golden State on Sunday.That’s because they’ll be taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder, another team dealing with a rebuild after losing two superstar players. Here are five questions about the Thunder, who will host the Warriors on Sunday afternoon (Warriors …last_img read more

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The Best Way to Insulate a Foundation

first_imgChoosing rigid foam insulationA consideration of several types of rigid insulation — polyiso, EPS and XPS — inevitably brings up a discussion of blowing agents they’re manufactured with. EPS and polyiso both are made with pentane, a hydrocarbon, while XPS is made with a hydrofluorocarbon (HFC).“XPS is one of the least-green insulating materials out there due to its HFC-soup blowing agents, the predominant component of which is HFC134a (automotive AC refrigerant), which has a global warming potential about 1,400 [times that of] CO2,” Dorsett says. “EPS and polyiso are blown with pentane, at 7 [times] CO2.”Manufacturers’ claims their insulation won’t damage the atmosphere’s ozone layer are another, unrelated topic, Holladay says. Ozone-damaging blowing agents have been been illegal for years.Not interested in a discussion of blowing agents, Ealy says, just the problem at hand.But the topic is germane, Dorsett replies, because blowing agents affect performance of the insulation over time.“The blowing agent is a long term-performance issue, not just an environmental discussion,” Dorsett says.XPS loses its blowing agent over a span of 40 or 50 years, he says, so that its performance gradually drops to that of EPS of the same density. On the other hand, foams blown with pentane lose all of their blowing agent in a matter of weeks, and they’re labeled at the “full depleted R-value, which is stable over time.” The foil facing of polyiso slows the process somewhat.“EPS in thicknesses of a few inches will be fully depleted in the first year after manufacture, maybe even the first month,” Dorsett says. “Thick blocks of EPS manufactured at a few feet of thickness are something of a fire hazard in the first months, since they are still outgassing significant quantities of pentane. Type-II (1.5-lb. density) EPS is usually cheaper per R than 1.5-lb. XPS, too, and in applications where you don’t need the lower vapor retardancy or thinner profile (such as under slabs) it’s perfectly reasonable to substitute EPS where XPS was specified.”Polyiso, however, should not be used under slabs or in contact with soil because it will absorb groundwater over time, resulting in lower performance. Does the footing have to be insulated, too?One of Ealy’s questions is whether the lack of foam insulation around the footing makes a significant heat-loss difference in the design. Dorsett thinks not.“The XPS stopping at the top of the footing does leave a thermal bridge, but it’s between the ground temperature and interior temperature, not the outdoor extremes,” Dorsett says. “Extending it down the side of the footing doesn’t change it much. But the full foam under the slab that turns the corner isolating the slab from the footing is a significant thermal break, and if that’s continuous with continuous interior wall foam it’s pretty good.”One area not to overlook is the strip of concrete between the edge of the mud sill and the inside of the foundation wall. Any rigid insulation on the interior should go up and over the top of this ledge, while the inside of the band joist also needs insulation. RELATED ARTICLES CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Building Plans for Energy Efficient Basement RemodelingFoundation Strategy Checklist How to Insulate a Basement Wall Avoiding the Global Warming Impact of InsulationGreen Basics: Rigid Foam InsulationInsulating Roofs, Walls, and FloorsFoundation types The plan for interior insulation is not the bestAn obvious problem with the plan to add 2×2 studs and 2 inch foam on the interior of the foundation is that the foam is thicker than the studs by 1/2 inch, Dana Dorsett points out. But even if the foam and studs were of the same thickness, this approach still has a big weakness: thermal bridging.“It would be a waste of foam anyway,” he writes, “since its performance is severely undercut by the thermal bridging of the framing.”A better plan would be to add 1 1/4-inch-thick sheets of polyiso foam whose seams are sealed with foil tape between 1 1/2 inch and 2 inches wide. The foam would be held in pace by 1×4 furring strips, attached with concrete screws driven into the foundation wall.“That way you’d have an unbridged layer of R-7 between the furring and the concrete, keeping the furring warm and dry (no need for pressure-treated), and the air gap between the foil and gypsum adds another ~R-1 of thermal performance, from the radiation barrier effect and trapped air films.”Polyiso 1 1/4 inch thick should be available from a number of vendors, he adds, even if it’s not typically available in big box retail stores. Foil-faced polyiso also is much safer to use on the interior than either XPS or expanded polystyrene (EPS) in the event of a fire.The other issue to consider, Dorsett says, is the potential for the wall to wick up water from the concrete. A 2×2 applied directly to the foundation would be able to absorb water from the wall and transfer it to the drywall on the interior. That problem goes away when the insulation is held against the concrete with furring strips and concrete screws. “The amount of moisture you’d wick with TapCons is near zero,” he says. Those are the issues for this Q&A Spotlight. Applying foam to the foundation exteriorEaly writes that he has been able to pick up enough 2 1/2-inch graphite-coated EPS, a product called Insulfoam Platinum GPS, to do the entire house. But getting the insulation to stick to the concrete is proving to be a problem.It looks like he’s sticking with the plan to use the Colphene membrane over the insulation, so the issue is getting the EPS to adhere to the foundation wall long enough to allow the application of the Colphene and then backfill — a matter of a couple of days.He’s tried a water-based adhesive; it took 1 1/2 tubes of the stuff to get a bond, and that would be too expensive to be used on the entire foundation. He’s now considering large plastic washers helped in place with concrete screws, although it’s more work than he’s like to invest.GBA senior editor Martin Holladay suggests a specialty fastener, such as Hilti IDP insulation anchors or Rodenhouse Plastic-Grip PMF fasteners. Nethaniel Ealy, a builder in Idaho who’s about to pour a concrete basement foundation, is trying to come up with insulation and waterproofing details that will be effective and within the budget.The current plan is to place 2 inches of extruded polystyrene (XPS) on the outside of the foundation walls. At some point in the future, the homeowners would place another 2 inches of foam on the inside of the foundation walls between 2×2 studs, and then apply drywall over the studs.When it comes to waterproofing, Ealy has a couple of choices. One is a water-based sealer applied directly to the concrete. The other is an elastomeric membrane called Colphene ICF that’s typically used over insulating concrete forms. The peel-and-stick membrane would be applied over the foam, not on the concrete.The Colphene will add another $1,000 to construction costs, Ealy adds in this Q&A post at Green Building Advisor. Is it worth it?He also wonders about the overall approach to insulation.“Since the exterior XPS just terminates on top of the footing in this design and does not encapsulate the footing, how much of a benefit does it actually pass on in terms of insulation?” he asks. “Would it be better to just install 4 inches of XPS (or comparable) on the interior and forgo the external XPS layer? If so, I would also plan to skip the Colphene and just seal my foundation with a water based coating. Any flag going that route?” Our expert’s opinionHere’s what GBA technical director Peter Yost thinks:A number of interesting issues have been raised here, and I’ll address them one at a time.1. Placing insulation on both sides of the foundation basement wall. If you place insulation on both sides of a concrete foundation wall (as in insulated concrete forms), the interior insulation dampens the thermal mass impact of concrete.In general, I like to pull any structural wall to the inside, including concrete, to take advantage of the thermal mass but also because continuity of the air and thermal barriers is always easier from the exterior. But, of course, exterior foundation insulation introduces two other issues: dealing with the planar difference with the above-grade exterior wall and how much more susceptible the exterior insulation is to damage, both during construction and occupancy.There is really nothing wrong with insulation on both sides; it just irks me when proponents of this approach claim benefits from the thermal mass.2. Foundation walls and the difference between the above-grade and below-grade portions of the wall. There is considerable debate, particularly in the Passivhaus community, about just what level of insulation should be achieved for below-grade assemblies, including down at the basement floor, generally at least 6 feet below grade.There is no doubt that the portion of the concrete wall that is above grade should be insulated to the same levels as any above-grade wall. But there is a changing temperature profile as you drop from grade, even in the winter, which means that by the time you are 6 feet under, the temperature difference between the inside (the home) and the outside (the soil) is about 15 F° at most (see the photos below).The real reason to insulate the total depth of the concrete exterior wall and underneath the basement slab is comfort and interior air quality. Elevating the surface temperature of the lower walls and floor reduces opportunity for biological growth (primarily mold and dust mites) and increases thermal comfort (due to the higher mean radiant temperature and higher floor surface temperature).Insulating the footing just does not prove to be worth it for energy efficiency, thermal comfort, or air quality.3. Waterproof the most durable component of the wall — the concrete. Keeping the foundation wall dry, given that you are burying it for the life of the building, means waterproofing — not dampproofing — the concrete foundation wall. Waterproofing materials — defined by ASTM standard as elastic enough to span cracks and keep water out under a head of water equal to 8 feet — is more expensive than dampproofing, but this is not the place for reduced performance driven by reduced cost.4. EPS and pentane as a blowing agent. I checked in with the technical team at Atlas Insulation on this one: just about all of the pentane used as the blowing agent in EPS insulation leaves the insulation during manufacture and is recaptured in the factory for use as a fossil fuel for space heating or other needs.last_img read more

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MS Dhoni and Sakshi wedding anniversary: ‘7 years of love, simplicity and togetherness’

first_imgMahendra Singh Dhoni and his wife Sakshi are celebrating their seventh marriage anniversary today in the Caribbean Island together and Twitter celebrated the occasion with equal fervour.Dhoni and Sakshi tied the knot on July 4, 2010 and have a daughter named Ziva, who was born on February 6, 2015.Former India cricketer Mohammad Kaif took to Twitter to Dhoni and Sakshi on completing seven years of their marriage and shared a photograph of his with the two.”A very Happy Anniversary MahiSakshi. Wish you great time ahead,” Kaif wrote.A very Happy Anniversary MahiSakshi. Wish you great times ahead. pic.twitter.com/eBfaGgXzeV- Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) July 3, 2017Sakshi and Ziva are in the West Indies with MS Dhoni, who is representing India in a five-match ODI series against West Indies.Sakshi has actively been sharing pictures of her time in West Indies on her Instagram account. Just a few days ago, she shared a photograph of hers with Shikhar Dhawan and Dwayne Bravo’s sons.Twitter was ecstatic on the occasion of Dhoni’s anniversary and the fans showered the couple with their wishes.7 years of love, simplicity and togetherness.?? Happy anniversary! #MahiSakshi pic.twitter.com/JhzCvldNEV- Shrusti? (@shrusti15) July 4, 2017Cuteee pics in internet today ??Happy Anniversary Mahisakshi pic.twitter.com/AjYJUh8VMK- payal ?? (@chasmish_girl) July 4, 2017Happy Anniversary MahiSakshi ?@msdhoni @SaakshiSRawat pic.twitter.com/0UduWqDv5radvertisement- Dream catcher ? (@Keerthie_Suriya) July 4, 20177 Years Of Amazing Partnership. Wishing A Very Happy Anniversary MahiSakshi .#Dhoni #MSDhoni pic.twitter.com/Tyy9ntlmyC- Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) July 3, 2017India are currently 2-1 up in the five-match ODI series and will play the fifth ODI in Jamaica on July 6.last_img read more

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