The film should get Election Commission (EC) approval for the release, Censor Board is citing this reason to give clearance. But the job of Censor Board is to clear or suggest cuts for the objectionable content, it should not worry whether the producer gets EC s approval or not.CBFC is assuming the jurisdiction of Election Commission which is not vested in it and is withholding certification of #LakshmisNTR and constitutionally it cannot partake the role of Election Commission, RGV posted on Twitter. Censor board is illegally acting on outside pressure and that s why we are filing a case in court.
A day after Hallmark Channel cut ties with Lori Loughlin, the actress looks to be out of Netflix #39;s Fuller House as well.Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli were among 50 people indicted in a nationwide college admissions bribery case earlier this week. She has had a recurring part on Fuller House, reprising her role from the 1987 95 ABC sitcom Full House. Loughlin appeared in 13 of the show #39;s 57 episodes through season four.
Loughlin is not expected to return to Netflix;s Fuller House, on which she reprised her role of Aunt Becky from her days on the original Full House sitcom, according to reports from Deadline and TVLine.Her departure would not impact production as Fuller House has not yet begun filming its fifth and final season. Loughlin also is a recurring guest star and not a series regular.
In a release, Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety for Facebook, said the social media giant has always responded to requests to remove intimate images but with the new software can detect it before a complaint is filed. "Finding these images goes beyond detecting nudity on our platforms, " Davis wrote. "By using machine learning and artificial intelligence, we can now proactively detect near nude images or videos that are shared without permission on Facebook and Instagram. This means we can find this content before anyone reports it. "
March 15, 2019 03:19 AM A rapper, whose parents were among the dozens charged in an alleged college admissions cheating scam earlier this week, is speaking out in defense of his family.On Thursday, Malcolm Abbott also known as Billa B, son of Gregory and Marcia Abbott spoke to reporters, while smoking a blunt, about the scandal right outside of his Fifth Avenue apartment building in New York City.
OAKLAND (March 15, 2019) PRESS RELEASE NUG, one of the premier diversified cannabis companies in California, will debut its first ever retail location in the Midtown neighborhood of Sacramento, Calif. on Monday, March 18th. The opening marks a major milestone in the state s adult use cannabis market, as NUG is the first brand to oversee their products every step of the way, from the cultivation and extraction to the in store experience and customer relations. "Combining NUG's commitment to create premier cannabis retail stores with our company mission of normalizing the cannabis experience, the new NUG dispensary serves as a showcase for best of the best cannabis grown and products manufactured in California. Equally important, the dispensary functions as an oasis for adult patients and consumers alike to feel comfortable, safe and knowledgeable before making a purchase, said Dr. John Oram, NUG founder and CEO. We are thrilled to make our mark in Sacramento, which will set the stage for four additional retail stores scheduled to open in California in 2019.
Salgado was fired from the University of Miami after posting several highly inappropriate posts on Instagram featuring several patients genitals without their permission.One such post, according to Gay Star News, was a dissected penis of one of his patients arranged in the shape of a heart with the captain: There are many ways to show your LOVE. He also shared videos of a patient s MTF vaginoplasty, a video of him constructing a patient s neoclitoris, and a photo of the cut open scrotum of a trans man with testicle implants inside. All were shared without patient permission.
Bloomberg reported that Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) is looking for comment on a proposed framework to address the novel features and risks of crypto trading. Those features include the lack of safeguards for investors, inadequate security controls and conflicts of interest, among other things. Pat Chaukos, deputy director of the Ontario Securities Commission s LaunchPad, said some crypto traders are subject to regulation but that depends on what assets they trade in, and the way they re operated.
That celebrities were among the accused parents actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman headline the list created much buzz, but other parents charged included people prominent in law, finance, fashion, manufacturing and other fields people who could afford the steep price.At least nine athletic coaches and 33 parents were among those charged. Some parents spent hundreds of thousands of dollars, as much as $6.5 million, to guarantee their children's admission, officials said.
Fifty people, including 33 parents, were charged this week with a variety of offenses including cheating on admissions exams and bribing coaches to get into competitive universities.I understand the anxiety parents feel. My son is a high school sophomore and we ve just had our first official college visit. My hope for him is that he finds a college that is the best match for his values, his talents, his ambitions. I ve suggested that he might well find that match outside the pre approved lists of highly ranked colleges.
Bill McGlashan is exiting TPG after he was named as one of the dozens charged in a college admissions scandal, the firm said Thursday. "Bill McGlashan has been terminated for cause from his positions with TPG and Rise effective immediately, " reads a statement from TPG. "After reviewing the allegations of personal misconduct in the criminal complaint, we believe the behavior described to be inexcusable and antithetical to the values of our entire organization. "
The Joint Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Vikram Sahay and the Director General, Publications Division, Sadhana Rout, inaugurated the India Pavilion at the London Book Fair, recently. The Fair is being held in the London Olympia from March 12 to 14. The India Pavilion lays special focus on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It displays the digital version of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, apart from various other titles on culture, history and folklore of India. An interactive, digital media experience on life and times of Mahatma Gandhi, Statue of Unity and other major achievements of India is also available at the Pavilion. A seminar on Making of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi , print and electronic versions, will also be organised during this fair. The additional director general, BOC, Ravi Rama Krishna and senior officials of the Indian High Commission in London were also present on the occasion.
tag on every page of your site. A report by NBC News has revelaed that IBM has been using around one million images from the image hosting platform Flickr to train its facial recognition AI, without the permission of the people in the photos.
"There's something in here You gotta get us out " To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ridley Scott's Alien, first released in May of 1979, 20th Century Fox has produced a series of six new sci fi short films that will be released each week beginning at the end of this month. Set in the cinematic "Alien Universe" (as it's now being called), Fox partnered with crowdsourced studio Tongal and took submissions from fans who were interested in creating their own Alien shorts. They received over 550 entries, and only six lucky filmmakers were chosen to bring their stories to life. These shorts will be debuting online via IGN as part of their 40th anniversary festivities, so get ready. For now this teaser gives us just a tiny taste of the shorts and they look pretty damn impressive. All of them seem to be a bit more polished than your average fan film. Take a peek.
The sensational conspiracy, dubbed ;Operation Varsity Blues; by the FBI, is the largest college admissions scheme the Department of Justice has ever prosecuted, U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling said when he announced the charges in a press conference. Sports coaches and professionals from multiple universities were indicted, along with SAT and ACT examination administrators and employees from a college counseling and preparation business. Thirty three parents, including Loughlin and Huffman, were charged in the scheme, which prosecutors say ran from 2011 until 2019.At the forefront of the investigation is defendant William Singer, the owner of The Edge College amp; Career Network (also called The Key), a for profit college preparation and counseling program, and CEO of Key Worldwide Foundation (KWF), the company 's 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Singer, who allegedly made $25 million from parents since 2011, has pleaded guilty to racketeering, money laundering, fraud and obstruction of justice charges.
Colleges and companies moved swiftly to distance themselves from employees swept up in a nationwide college admissions scheme, many of them coaches accused of taking bribes and others prominent parents accused of angling to get their children into top schools by portraying them as recruited athletes.