US threw away golden opportunity at Hanoi summit North Korean official says

first_img US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during at Hanoi summit Image: Shealah Craighead via PA Images I’m not sure why the US came out with this different description. We never asked for the removal of sanctions in their entirety.“This time we understood very clearly that the United States has a very different calculation to ours,” she added.‘We just had to walk’Speaking after the Hanoi summit breakdown, Trump said “sometimes you have to walk”.“We just left chairman Kim with a really, I think a very productive time. We thought and I thought and Secretary Pompeo felt that it wasn’t a good thing to be signing anything,” Trump said, speaking to the media shortly after leaving the summit.“We spent pretty all day with Kim Jong Un who is… he’s quite a guy and quite a character and I think our relationship is very strong. At this time we had some options and at this time we decided not to do any of the options and we’ll see where that goes. It was a very interesting two days and I think actually it was a very productive two days but sometimes you have to walk and this was just one of those times. Choe refused to comment directly when asked by one of the ambassadors about news reports the North may be preparing for another missile launch or satellite launch.“Whether to maintain this moratorium or not is the decision of our chairman of the state affairs commission,” she said, using one of Kim’s titles. “He will make his decision in a short period of time.”Includes reporting by Associated Press Friday 15 Mar 2019, 7:39 AM https://jrnl.ie/4543385 19 Comments North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui (centre) Source: AP/PA ImagesChoe has now questioned the claim by Trump that the North was seeking the lifting of all sanctions against it, and said it was seeking only the ones that are directed at its civilian economy. Choe said it was the US that was being too demanding and inflexible and called the demand that denuclearisation come before sanctions are eased “an absurd sophism”.She added that while South Korean President Moon Jae-in has tried to help bring the US and North Korea together to talk, the South is “a player, not an arbiter” because it is an ally of Washington.She said even though the people, military and officials of the munitions industry have sent Kim thousands of petitions to never give up the nuclear program, he went to Hanoi to build trust and carry out mutually agreed commitments “one by try and step by step”. US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during at Hanoi summit US threw away ‘golden opportunity’ at Hanoi summit, North Korean official says A nuclear summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, between Kim and Trump ended without agreement on 28 February. Image: Shealah Craighead via PA Images What is clear is that the U.S. has thrown away a golden opportunity this time. Share5 Tweet Email THE US THREW away a “golden opportunity” at the recent summit between President Donald Trump and leader Kim Jong Un, a North Korean official has said. Addressing a meeting of diplomats and foreign media in Pyongyang, Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said the North was deeply disappointed by the failure of the two sides to reach any agreements at the Hanoi summit.She said Pyongyang now has no intention of compromising or continuing talks unless the US takes measures that are commensurate to the changes it has taken — such as the 15-month moratorium on launches and tests — and changes its “political calculation”.A nuclear summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, between Kim and Trump ended without agreement on 28 February.Kim, Choe said, was puzzled by what she called the “eccentric” negotiation position of the US.She suggested that while Trump was more willing to talk, an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust was created by the uncompromising demands of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton.She said statements by senior Trump advisers since the summit have further worsened the climate.Despite this, Choe said personal relations between the two leaders are still good and “the chemistry is mysteriously wonderful”.‘Thrown away a golden opportunity’Following the breakdown of talks, each side sought to blame the other for the deadlock, with Trump saying Pyongyang wanted the US to lift all sanctions imposed on it over its banned weapons programmes.But in a late-night press conference after the summit ended, the North Korean foreign minister said that Kim only wanted some of the measures eased, and that its offer to close all nuclear production facilities at its Yongbyon complex was the best it could ever offer. Mar 15th 2019, 7:39 AM Short URL 9,921 Views By Hayley Halpin Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Two teens killed in road trip crash

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Two Victorian teenagers have been killed during a road trip to Queensland. Brandon Christopoulos and Jesse Edwards, both 19, were driving through northwestern NSW on Saturday 26 December along with their three friends and plans to spend New Years Eve on the Gold Coast and relive their schoolies experience. But less than 12 hours into their trip on early Sunday morning, the footballers from local clubs in Hoppers Crossing and Werribee, came off the Newell Highway, their car hitting a tree near Narrabri just west of Tamworth. Along with the two tragic deaths, another passenger Damien McKenzie was airlifted to hospital in a critical condition, while the other two sustained injuries. Both Brandon and Jesse have had their lives tragically cut short too soon.Brandon, the youngest in a family of five and the only son, was a talented footballer and aspiring carpenter, successfully approved for an apprenticeship just before Christmas to follow his dream.Described as a kind-hearted and funny young man, in an interview with Fairfax Media his eldest sister Rhiannon Stephens recalled her brother’s positive nature.“He would not say a bad word about anybody. Regardless of what was going on, he just turned everything into a joke so people would laugh and smile with him,” she said.With the family naturally still in shock, she said “I think we still feel that he’s just away, and that any minute he’s just going to walk through the door.”According to NSW Police Assistant Commissioner John Hartley, the accident has partly been attributed to fatigue, as the boys had been taking turns to drive. “The fourth driver in the sequence had been driving for two hours, obviously fell asleep fatigued, rolled the vehicle and killed himself and the other passenger in the front seat,” said the commissioner. An impromptu memorial was held last Monday for the families of Brandon and Jesse, with hundreds turning out to leave tributes and flowers in memory of the young men.Source: The Age, Geelong Advertiserlast_img read more

This AnimeCentric Star Wars Predator Terminator and Other Classic SciF

first_imgAnd Predator, for good measure. Ever wanted to see a proper Star Wars anime series? You’ll probably never actually get to, even though it’s basically a match made in heaven. Luckily, there are ridiculously talented fans to fill that gap for you. Fan animator and YouTube personality Dmitry Groove, who goes by Ahriman online, has created a seriously impressive animated trailer for Star Wars that gets practically everything right.The anime trailer looks as though it was ripped straight from the pages of a ’90s anime sketchbook, and it hits all the high points you’re familiar with from Star Wars in general. From Leia meeting Han Solo for the first time to Han taking out Greedo because we know he obviously shot first, there’s a wealth of iconic footage to be seen here. It’s super cool, too, because it’s cut with the Japanese-language dub of the movie, specifically A New Hope. If you’re a fan, you’ve got to see it all in action.That’s not all this animator has up his sleeve, though. He’s also taken to a whole swath of different movies, al of which would be pretty awesome if ever given their own real-life anime adaptations. Check out this anime-tastic rendition of Rocky. If you’re a big The Fifth Element fan, that’s here too. Die Hard gets in on the action, too: Star Wars x Adidas Ultraboost Photos Have Leaked’Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form center_img If you’re into anime and think these examples of classic films reimagined as parts of the medium are awesome, let’s just hope someone gets right one day and gives these movies the old college try with proper anime styling. Otherwise, we can bask in these special drawings and trailer, as well as the workings other fans have put together over the years. Seriously, how do these people not have official anime jobs yet?Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Throw in a little Blade Runner for good measure… Stay on targetlast_img read more

Gardiner wins the 400 meters

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppQatar, May 9th 2017 : Steven Gardiner won the 400 meters, when he kicked off the IAAF Diamond League on Friday at the Doha 2017 meet in Qatar. Coming in at 44.60 seconds, Gardiner took the lead over Donald Thomas and Americans, LaShawn Merritt and Tony McQuay.  The win comes two weeks after his historic win at the IAAF Relays in Nassau, and a few seconds short of his personal best at 44.26 seconds he recorded in the Grenada Invitational in April.Crossing the line after Gardiner was Merritt at 44.76, followed by McQuay in 44.92.Grenada’s Kirani James, the 2011 world champion and 2012 Olympic gold medallist, was also scheduled to compete in the meet but withdrew.The next event in the IAAF’s 14-round Diamond League series will be the Shanghai Diamond League in China on May 13th. The Diamond League will come to an end on September 1st in Brussels. Related Items:last_img read more

The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is on sale for 57 save 13

first_img Now playing: Watch this: Comments The Cheapskate 29 Photos News • Are you a Nintendo Switch docker or hander? 2:13 Amazon Nintendo Best Buy Nintendo Heads up, Nintendo Switch owners: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Amazon has the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $56.99. Regular price: $69.99. See it at AmazonThis full-size gamepad features motion controls, HD rumble and built-in “amiibo functionality,” which will no doubt mean something to you if you are indeed a Switch owner.Although $13 isn’t a huge savings, it’s still a savings — and this is actually Amazon’s lowest price to date on the controller, which hasn’t seen a decent sale since Black Friday. See It Amazon $299 See It $309 Nintendo shows latest Pokemon game, Sword and Shield See It Walmart Gaming Accessories Share your voice How To • How to transfer your Nintendo Switch account to a new Switch V2 Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Preview • Nintendo Switch: All the latest details CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Mentioned Above Nintendo Switch (Gray) See it CNET may get a commission from retail offers. The 29 best games on the Nintendo Switch Review • Nintendo Switch review: Pure fun on a big-screen TV or on the go 3 Tags Nintendo Switch $299 $289last_img read more

Porsche 911 GT3 new Apple CarPlay and more Roadshows week in review

first_img 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 is the over-the-top SUV of your dreams Forget rideshare, car subscriptions are a form of ‘brandshare’ Now playing: Watch this: 2019 Genesis G90 review: Luxury’s most screaming deal? 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: A no-brainer recommendation Welcome to Roadshow’s week in review, where we take a look back at the biggest stories from the past seven days. The week launched hard off the line with a blast around Road Atlanta in two track-focused Porsche 911s, kept it in the carpool lane with a review of the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, and finished scandalously strong with spellbinding news from FCA.Here’s a look at our most important stories from June 2-8, 2019.Top reviews 5:55 2019 Hyundai Santa FeOnce you’re behind the wheel of the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, it doesn’t take long to discover that it’s a well-sorted SUV. But after two weeks and 1,134 miles of testing, reviews editor Manuel Carrillo III came away overflowing with eagerness to recommend this crossover as a “can’t miss” for the family-minded car-shopper.Click here to read our 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe in-depth review. Roadshow 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: First hybrid minivan wins on fuel economy Porsche heads to Road America to capture another lap record Now playing: Watch this: DirtFish rally schoolRoadshow’s Editor-in-Chief, Tim Stevens recently fulfilled an ages-long dream of spending three days at DirtFish rally school. Ride along with Tim as he straps behind the wheel of a rally-prepped Subaru WRX STI, and blasts through the Pacific Northwest’s innumerable evergreens. A blast through the trees at DirtFish’s epic rally school 34 Photos Top videos 2019 Genesis G70: A familiar formula, but a little bit sweeter 5:55 Now playing: Watch this:center_img 2019 Genesis G90: High luxury, higher value Top newsApple boosts CarPlay’s usefulness: In just a few years, Apple CarPlay (as well as Android Auto) have become must-have features for all new cars, trucks, SUVs and even touring motorcycles. This week at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019, the tech company announced updates to its CarPlay software that have us jiggling with excitement.Look, mom! No air: Forget run-flats. Could you imagine driving on tires that never need air? The idea ain’t that far-fetched. Michelin and GM are planning to hit the road with airless tires as soon as 2024.2020 BMW M8 revealed: You can call it a grand tourer all you want, but drop in behind the wheel and hold tight, because the new BMW M8’s 600 horsepower and 3-second 0-60 mile-per-hour time are here to scream “SUPERCAR!”Farewell, Ford Fusion: Sedan sales aren’t quite what they used to be, and as a result, there are casualties to report. This week, Ford announced it’s discontinuing the Fusion next year. Pour one out.FCA scandal: How’s this for dicey? It was revealed this week that Fiat Chrysler executive Reid Bigland is suing his employer over alleged retaliation for his cooperation with a government investigation into the automaker’s sales figures reporting practices. Yikes.Fiat Chrysler pulls out: An FCA-Renault merger looked promising, until this week, at least. Now merger talks are dead in the water. The best in-car tech and convenience features in 2019 Share your voice 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 is brashness in a box Porsche 911 GT3 and GT2 RSWinning the award for having the most fun this week is Roadshow’s Editor-in-Chief, Tim Stevens. He got a chance to sample the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and 911 GT2 RS back to back at Road Atlanta. Yes, the whole experience was as gob-smackingly fun as you’re imagining it to be.Click here to read our Porsche 911 GT3 and 911 GT2 reviews. 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63Reviews editor Emme Hall recently spent a week with the 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63. The super-luxury SUV justifiably makes her feel like a bond villain. With an eye-watering $159,000 as-tested price, if the AMG G-Wagen didn’t make her feel like a badass, then we’d have a problem. Comments Cooley on car subscriptionsOur man Brian Cooley is back to break down the pros and cons of car subscriptions. In addition to offering drivers a (sometimes) more practical way to get around, car subscription programs can benefit automakers tremendously. For example, among the clientele that Porsche’s Passport subscription service attracts, 80 percent of customers are new to the brand. 28 Photos 96 Photos Tags 57 Photos 2019 Genesis G90The Genesis G90 competes with vaunted, large luxury sedans like the Audi A8, BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class, but for $15,000 less. Does it feel like $15,000 less of a car? According to reviews editor Manuel Carrillo III, absolutely not. In addition to falling in love with the G90, Carrillo calls the big Genesis a “value with few compromises.”Click here to read our 2019 Genesis G90 in-depth review. 5:58 More From Roadshow 10 Photoslast_img read more

Kadapa Release the water from Sri Saisailam reservoir

first_imgKadapa: AP Rythu Sangam district president B.Dastagiri Reddy has appealed the government to release the water from Sri Sailam reservoir in the interest of farmers conducting agriculture operations under the KC canal.Addressing press conference here on Wednesday he said farmers are irrigating crops about 92,000 acres under the KC canal. He said that farmers are going for plantations in crucial Kharief as they were sufficient availability of water in the Reservoir. Also Read – Former Minister Devineni Umamaheswara Rao put on house arrest Advertise With Us He said that the Srisailam reservoir is witnessing full following adequate inflows that are reaching into it from the Krishna River. The Rythu Sangam leader also urged the collector to take initiative for creating confidence to the farmers through different ways like informing them through Dandora etc in the villages over the release of water. Ruthu Sangam leaders M.Ramana Reddy and others were present.last_img read more

Exclusive Aya Cash on FXs Emmy Awardnominated miniseries FosseVerdon

first_imgInternational Business Times: I thought that was a really interesting aspect – when they’re in Majorca and she’s talking about stepping back. I was thinking about it in terms of today and feminism and how we think about our careers because it’s a lot to ask of somebody – to step back like that and given the current scenarios that particular scene had a lot to offer, isn’t it?Aya: Sure. When she says, ‘But I’m not Gwen Verdon,’ the truth is there are certain people who are okay with that – men or women who are okay with standing behind the scenes. There are plenty of people who work in our business who absolutely need the validation and the fanfare and then there are people who don’t. Half the people who make movies and television don’t ever get any accolades or credit. And a lot of them are fine with that, they would not want that. So I think it’s alright for her to step back. I think feminism is about choice, it’s not about deciding to choose for others. So, while I probably wouldn’t be able to make Joan’s decision, it doesn’t mean I’m a lesser woman because I want some of the spotlights for myself. I don’t judge her for it either.International Business Times: Well, that’s great to hear. These women were working in the 1970s so do you think things have changed for women in show-business?Aya: I think things have started to change. Whether it’s because people are so scared that they’re going to get in trouble or not, it doesn’t matter. Intentions don’t matter as long as there are actions at this point. The intentions can be changed over time and they won’t change immediately, but the actions can be changed immediately, and I think actions are being taken. Are they enough? Are we done? Absolutely not. But we’re taking steps and I feel excited by those steps. It’s a better time to be a woman in show-business now than it was 10 years ago, 20 years ago, 30 years ago, and I hope it will be exponentially better in the next 20 years.International Business Times: And not just in terms of #MeToo, obviously, but in terms of female roles, in terms of the stories being told. This says Fosse/Verdon, but it’s very much Gwen’s story, isn’t it because in the end, it tells how she felt and how she overcame all the obstacles that came in her way?Aya: Yes. I mean, I think that’s what’s so amazing about this. Fosse is what gets you to come in and Sam Rockwell is amazing in it, but Gwen is a discovery. We know a little bit about Fosse, but we don’t know about Gwen, so that’s going to be people’s discovery.The Emmy nominated series Fosse/Verdon premieres in India on July 29th at 10 pm on S.T.A.G.E. on Star World. Aya Cash in FX’s Fosse/VerdonAya Cash (@maybeayacash/Instagram)Fosse/Verdon is a biographical miniseries that stars Sam Rockwell as choreographer Bob Fosse and Michelle Williams as acclaimed dancer Gwen Verdon. The acclaimed miniseries tells the story of a couple’s troubled relationship — both professional and personal. As per our previous report, during the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, the show received an extraordinary seven nominations.Today, we have Aya Cash who plays the role of Joan Simon in Fosse/Verdon. The 37-year-old Cash is well known for getting nominations for her lead role in FX’s series, You’re the Worst. Aya Cash started her television career from some acclaimed shows like Brotherhood, Law & Order, Mercy, and The Newsroom. We got the opportunity to have a word with her about her character in Fosse/Verdon and how the character’s arches change as the story progresses.International Business Times: How much did you know about the Fosse/Verdon story and about the character that you played in the show?Aya Cash: I didn’t know much. I knew nothing about Joan and I knew very little about Bob and Gwen. Obviously, I knew the sort of things everyone knew – I knew the movies, I knew the jazz hands, but I had no idea she was his ghost director. I had no idea that she was such a powerful creator in her own right – not just a singer, dancer, and actor, but a true director and choreographer. It’s really exciting she’s having her coming out party.International Business Times: Joan and Gwen’s relationship is one of the really lovely bits of the show, where you see a different side, where the vulnerability comes out and that’s the point where the entire story shifts. What did you tap into in that? Did you talk to the real people to understand the thoughts that go behind playing such characters?Aya: I didn’t get a chance to talk to the real people, except Nicole Fosse, who’s an executive producer, who was on set quite a bit and was very helpful in terms of just little details, like the fact that Joan always had the bow in her hair. Always. You never saw her without the bow. And Neil Simon talks about her and says, ‘She was funnier than me, she was smarter than me.’ Those things. So you got a sense that this was a very powerful woman, but one who was fine to not be in the spotlight and that’s a really important distinction between her and a lot of the people in this show.last_img read more

CBS Turns to Artificial Intelligence to Glean Viewers Emotional Responses to TV

first_img“When you are running thousands of surveys, humans can’t get through all of this — you end up doing things like skimming the results,” Subramanyam said. “This saves us a lot of time, and it helps us get better insights.”CBS shares its research with execs across the company, and also furnishes the findings to showrunners and producers. Subramanyam said the insights can help inform business decisions: For example, if fans of a show express a strong passion around a particular character, creative execs may choose to focus more on that character’s storylines.With Canvs Surveys, CBS can now field more open-ended surveys and also expand the set of questions it includes on each one. The tool measures and categorizes consumers’ responses to characters, plot lines and other topics (like related shows), using a standard set of emotional tags such as “love,” “excited,” “bored,” “sad” or “anxious.”When Canvs first launched in 2014, it was focused on analyzing social-media chatter about TV shows. In the past year, the company developed the new Surveys application to let researchers apply emotional-response analytics to their own data sets.Canvs now has a lexicon of more than 1 trillion words, phrases, slang terms and idioms, which it maps to standardized emotion-based categories. “We have literally billions of comments that reflect the ways people feel,” said Jared Feldman, founder and CEO of Canvs.Over the last five years, AI has been embraced in industries like financial services. But the entertainment industry is still in the early days of exploiting the technology’s full potential, Subramanyam said. “In media, we’re in the beginning of doing all we can do with AI and machine learning,” she said. “We’re evolving CBS analytics and research for the 21st century.”Besides speed, CBS’s switch to AI-based survey processing also promises a more standardized analysis of viewer feedback. “There’s been a ton of standardization around closed-end surveys but there has been no standardization in the open-end, stream-of-consciousness survey space,” said Subramanyam. “Now with AI we definitely have an opportunity to have a more rigorous way of understanding emotion and language that we didn’t have before.” Other Canvs clients have included Comcast/NBCUniversal, Fox, Turner, Sony Pictures Television and Viacom. The company is also Facebook media solutions measurement partner and has an exclusive deal with Nielsen to provide qualitative insights against Nielsen’s social data.Canvs has raised $7.1 million in financing from investors including KEC Ventures, Rubicon Ventures, Gary Vaynerchuk’s Vayner/RSE, Social Starts and Milestone Venture Partners. Popular on Variety CBS’s research team is getting a faster read on how viewers respond emotionally to its TV shows — by using the dispassionate logic of machines.The broadcaster is using the data-analytics platform developed by New York startup Canvs, which uses proprietary artificial-intelligence processing to parse natural-language comments.CBS started using the Canvs Surveys tool to automate the coding of open-ended responses to surveys fielded by its research team starting in the fourth quarter of 2018. It now uses Canvs to process feedback on its entire slate of programming and tentpole events, including viewer response to this month’s Super Bowl LIII and Grammy Awards broadcasts.The real power of the AI system is its ability to crunch unstructured data far more efficiently than human researchers can, said Radha Subramanyam, chief research and analytics officer at CBS. In Las Vegas, the CBS Television City Research Center in Las Vegas currently conducts more than 6,000 individual surveys during its pilot-testing season alone. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

GDC honors late Nintendo President Satoru Iwata with beautiful animated

first_imgIt has been less than a year since former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata passed away. Organizations, media, and fans alike continue to honor the man in a variety of ways. Just this past February, the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences granted a posthumous lifetime achievement award to Iwata, an award that was also given by the Golden Joystick awards in 2015. All of this is warranted considering the legacy that Iwata has left behind.It is this legacy on which a recent video presented at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) focuses. The animated short in question features Iwata coming up with ideas that would inevitably come to life in the form of video games, consoles, and peripherals. Each idea is represented in the form of a bubble that the animated version of Iwata releases into the air.Some of the more notable ideas shown in the video are those for the Nintendo DS, the Wii and GameCube controllers, NintenDogs, Brain Training, and Kirby. While Iwata didn’t singlehandedly create any of these, he was a strong driving force behind them. The video concludes with Iwata ascending on a balloon that becomes radiant, shining a light on all of the people who were touched in one way or another by his creations.The short features animation by Raber Umphenour, music by Shawne Benson, Chris Kohler on story consulting, and art by David Hellman. If the art style of the video seems familiar, it’s because Hellman was the artist behind Braid.last_img read more

Content is king says Parambrata

first_imgFrom Topse to Mark Antony, Parambrata Chatterjee remains one of our most favourite actors through all these years. With his versatile acting and impressive attitude, Chatterjee has sustained likewise in films that followed after his first venture Hemanter Pakhi.Known as the chocolate boy of  T-town, he has brought romance, nostalgia and drama to Bangla Cinema. Well, not only in Tollywood, he has made a mark in Bollywood with his Hindi debut Kahaani – a movie that sent shivers down everyone’s spine.  Also Read – Add new books to your shelfA believer of telling simple stories of real people on screen, he conveys that being behind cameras happened by accident. In a disproportionately small period of time, he has delivered a series of hits such as Kahaani, Kalbela, Baishe Srabon, Chotushkone, Bhooter Bhabishyat, Hemlock Society, Hercules, Dosar among several others of varied genres. Well, if you haven’t seen these movies yet, then you have not watched much of Bengali Cinema. With Zulfiqar releasing around the corner, Chatterjee talks about his inspiration and preferences that set him apart from other actors in the history of Tollywood!  Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveHow early in life did you realise that acting was your true calling?I never realised that. But I understood fairly early that films are my true calling. I figured that out when I was in class VII. Well, to be honest, I always wanted to be behind the cameras and to become an actor was not something that I had planned.     Who all have influenced you in your growth story?Primarily, it is my parents. I have grown up in an atmosphere of serious cinema and music. While my mother was a film archivist at the biggest film library in India, my father was a film critic and a journalist. Growing up in such an environment helped because I could pursue something which was not the usual choice of the kids of my age.  I never had to face any opposition which other children of my age might have faced, and back in those days, it was pretty tough to come up with a choice like acting or filmmaking. As they were pretty much in the same zone, it was easier for me to go with my preference.    What should be the priority of an actor: to do justice to the character or the film as a whole?To the film. The most important part is to look at the movie in a holistic manner, from a bird’s eye view. It gives you a proper perspective of what is expected out of you.   Which has been your most challenging role so far?A lot of them. ‘Joyobrata’ from Chotushkone, ‘Hercules’ and ‘Hemanta’ were tough to play. I have played ‘Mark Antony’ in my upcoming film Zulfiqar and that should be added to the list too. I had to constantly be in deadlocks in the movie which I think was pretty hard to pull off.    What are your expectations from Zulfiqar?Oh! It’s going to be a big one. Zulfiqar, which is a double adaptation of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra’ set in the backdrop of shipping mafia in Calcutta, is scheduled to release amid Durga Pujo. There are a few Bengali actors who are better than many Bollywood stars. But why is that they never get the same amount of exposure? Why are they only promoted by Bengali directors and not someone from Hindi film industry?To begin with, one has to understand the language that we work in or the films that we are working in. As Bengali actors, we have a very limited market. It is limited within the Bengali speaking diaspora. Well, I would say not even the diaspora because if that was the case, then this industry would have been much bigger. Although Bengali communities living abroad take interests in Bangla movies, it is not enough to release a film internationally. Hence, the market remains restricted to West Bengal and bits and pieces in Bangladesh. Now, if we take Bollywood into account, everything is twenty times that of Bengali film industry  starting from the budget to the exposure.  Nonetheless, I think the kind of work that is happening in the industry for the past 8-9 years given the resource constraints is remarkable. Although we need to be self-critical, the development is worth appreciating.  You have been in the industry for over a decade now. How does the budget problem affect the actors when it comes to the career growth? Is it an increasing concern?I don’t think the budget affect much because logistically it cannot be too high. The market that we work in is not big enough for that money to get recovered. However, in the last ten years, the budget has grown considerably. I remember when I quit television to join this industry because a good budget then is deemed as a bare minimum budget now. So, the growth has been remarkable.  What are the deciding factors while choosing a film? Are you choosy about directors?Content is the king. For me, it is the film in totality. See, we can never predict what is going to happen in the end because there is a significant distance between the script and the final product on the screen. Sometimes it may come out as a shitty movie because the gap between the script and what comes out in the end is often not bridged. I think the script is the only thing that should be looked at and yes obviously preference to the one making it is given.   Do you have plans to shift your base to Mumbai? Are you looking forward to more Bollywood films now?Yes, but then not by living there. I am connected to Mumbai in several ways but in the age of the internet, one can put things in any language or any medium residing in any corner of the world.  Movie reviews and critics have increased in number because people voice their opinions on social media platforms. So in such a case what happens is that before you watch the movie and interpret it in your way, you are already informed by someone else’s opinion.  Does that affect the aura of the film? I think if the content connects with the audience, it doesn’t matter. But somehow the mystery around this grand art form called cinema or the uniqueness about going to the theatre and watching the movie is winged. It is bound to happen as films have become a different medium now from what it used to be 20 – 25 years ago. It is a lot more democratized, which is excellent in a way but the only downside is that the aura around the movie gets lost. How did Kahaani come about?It happened right after I finished my masters in England in filmmaking. One fine day, I got a call from Sujoy Ghosh asking me to return to India immediately. So, I told him that I was coming back anyway and needed 15 days to complete a few trips that I had planned. But he insisted on making it in just three days and only after coming back I got to know that I have to start shooting for Kahaani.  What are your upcoming movies…To begin with, I have Zulfiqar and a short film called Chocolate. Next, I have Mi amor, which is primarily in English. Directed by Suman Ghosh, it has been shot in Miami, and it deals with a couple discovering themselves in the city of Miami.  Why don’t you go for commercial cinema?Well, the films that I do are out and out commercial films. Films which are termed as commercial in our country are not commercial according to me. They are the cinema of a different kind, and I doubt whether they can be called commercial cinema at all because they hardly follow the structure that should be followed while storytelling. I have all my respect towards it, but I’m not into that kind of cinema. To be honest, that is not my understanding of cinema, and I cannot unlearn it.  Message for the upcoming actors…Let us be a little literate. Being cinema literate is imperative. In this case, I don’t mean that one has to study volumes of books, but one’s perspective of cinema, in general, should be much broader. This is not only for the actors but for anyone who works in this fraternity.last_img read more

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first_img AllMedX Privacy policy Yes No We recommend AllMedX What’s the best initial therapy for HIV patients? Review the data on AllMedx.com Review the data for dolutegravir/lamivudine. Search clinical trials on AllMedx.com. AllMedX I consent to the use of Google Analytics and related cookies across the TrendMD network (widget, website, blog). Learn more Powered by Dolutegravir dual therapy for HIV: Review data on AllMedx.com. AllMedX AllMedX AllMedX Earth is – for now – the only place in the universe that we know hosts life, so it makes sense that astronomers focus the search for alien life on worlds that are the most like our own. But just how common are Earth-like planets orbiting at comfortable distances from their stars? Researchers on a new study claim to have come up with the most accurate estimate yet – and they’re more common than you might think.According to simulations created for this new study, potentially habitable Earth-like exoplanets could be found around one in every four Sun-like stars. These planets would range in size from 0.75 to 1.5 times the Earth, and have “years” lasting between 237 and 500 days. That orbital period puts them in the Habitable Zone, where temperatures are just right for liquid water – and by extension, maybe life – to exist on the surface.To come to these conclusions, researchers from Pennsylvania State and Brigham Young Universities created detailed simulations of various virtual “universes.” Then they determined what percentage of the planets in these simulated universes would be detectable by an observer with our current capabilities. From this, they can then look back on our own tally of Earth-like exoplanets in the real universe and infer how many there may be out there in total.To make sure these simulations were as accurate as possible to begin with, the researchers used data gathered from the Kepler Space Telescope’s decade of exoplanet hunting, as well as Gaia’s comprehensive survey of stars. “We used the final catalog of planets identified by Kepler and improved star properties from the European Space Agency’s Gaia spacecraft to build our simulations,” says Danley Hsu, first author of the study. “By comparing the results to the planets cataloged by Kepler, we characterized the rate of planets per star and how that depends on planet size and orbital distance. Our novel approach allowed the team to account for several effects that have not been included in previous studies.” While one in four was the most likely figure, the team says there is quite a margin of uncertainty around it, which astronomers should take into account. This could be as low as one Earth-like planet for every 33 stars, or as high as almost one for every two stars.The study should help future planet-hunting missions, such as the James Webb Space Telescope, which is due to launch in 2021.The research was published in the Astronomical Journal.Source: Penn State University Do you treat HIV infection? Find research updates on AllMedx.com. Google Analytics settings Dolutegravir/lamivudine is FDA approved for HIV. Get the medical news on AllMedx.com Many HIV patients develop cardiovascular disease. Get info on Allmedx.com.last_img read more

Tech support company Motif closes operations in Costa Rica laying off 90

first_imgThe U.S.-based companyMotif last Friday announced the closure of its customer support call center in Heredia, north of the Costa Rican capital.The news was confirmed in a press release signed by local manager Kaushal Mehta, stating, “[The closure] was due to a change in the customer base served by Motif from its Costa Rica facilities.”The company provides technical support for e-commerce, online retail, travel and financial services.The statement says that all employees in Costa Rica will be dismissed but will receive severance payments punctually according to the country’s labor laws.“Our main concern is the welfare of our employees. Of 90 staff members currently working in the company, we will be able to help relocate 70 of them in other service companies operating in Costa Rica,” the statement said.Motif opened business in the country in 2009 with an initial investment of $2.5 million and 70 employees. In 2010, the company began operating a call center and announced an expansion.In addition to Costa Rica, the California-based company also operates in India and the Philippines. Facebook Comments Related posts:San José business group including former fugitive Luis Milanés closes 103-year-old hotel and 2 casinos President Solís seeks meeting with Intel reps during US trip Another US company closes operations in Costa Rica; 550 workers to lose jobs US company Suttle to relocate its Costa Rica operations to Minnesotalast_img read more

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first_imgCardinals GM Rod Graves told Sports 620 KTAR that the team has every intention of keeping Larry Fitzgerald, going as far as to say “We are prepared to make Larry the highest-paid player in our history and we are prepared to make him one of the highest-paid players in the National Football League.”And, while Fitzgerald has consistently said he has no desire leave Arizona, Graves’ words can almost be taken as a challenge to the receiver’s sincerity. After all, if Fitzgerald was waiting to see if the Cardinals were committed to winning they’ve proven that yes, they are, and if he was worried about making good money, well, he shouldn’t be.So, if he doesn’t sign he’s been lying the whole time, right?Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley said the GM’s comments sounded alarms. “I think he was putting the onus squarely on Larry Fitzgerald,” he said on the Doug and Wolf show Tuesday. “I’ve always believed Larry wants to be an Arizona Cardinal; this made me think maybe he doesn’t.”Some may argue that Graves shouldn’t have said what he did. Why would you put unnecessary pressure on a guy to sign a contract when he has no legal obligation to do so? Fitzgerald could decide to become a free agent for the first time in his career and he’d be well within his rights to do so. Some, in fact, would probably say he’d be making a wise decision.Still, as Doug Franz said on the show, Fitzgerald may want to wait and see how improved the Cardinals really are before signing on the dotted line.“None of that’s been determined yet,” Franz said. “Even though we believe so many things are pointing forward there’s no reason for Larry to sign until week five, week six, week seven, something like that, and he sees the production. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke “So for him there’s no hurry and you have to think the Cardinals know that.”Indeed you do. Graves has proven to be fairly shrewd as a GM, and you’d have to think he has chosen his words carefully. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation 0 Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

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