For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now அருண்விஜய்யின் தமிழ்ராக்கர்ஸ் டீசர் ரிலீஸ்! View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Must Watch முகப்பு செய்திகள் News | Published: Saturday, July 2, 2022, 19:57 [IST] சென்னை : விஜய் டிவியின் முக்கியமான நிகழ்ச்சியான பிக்பாஸ் தற்போது 5 சீசன்களை கடந்துள்ளது. பிக்பாஸ் அல்டிமேட் நிகழ்ச்சியும் வெளியான நிலையில், அடுத்ததாக பிக்பாஸ் சீசன் 6 துவங்கவுள்ளது. கடந்த பிக்பாஸ் சீசன் 5 நிகழ்ச்சி பல்வேறு டாஸ்குகளுடன் ரசிகர்களை கவர்ந்த நிலையில், இந்த நிகழ்ச்சியின் டைட்டிலை ராஜூ வென்றார். நான் ரொம்பலாம் படிக்கமாட்டேன்னு சொன்ன சிவக பிக்பாஸ் நிகழ்ச்சி விஜய் டிவியின் முக்கியமான நிகழ்ச்சியான பிக்பாஸ் தற்போது 5 சீசன்களை கடந்து பிக்பாஸ் அல்டிமேட் நிகழ்ச்சியும் வெளியாகியது. ரசிகர்களின் விருப்பத்திற்குரிய இந்த நிகழ்ச்சியின் அடுத்த சீசன் விரைவில் துவங்கவுள்ளது. இந்த நிகழ்ச்சியை கமல் அல்லது சிம்பு யார் தொகுத்து … [Read more...] about ரசிகர்களை கவர்ந்த பிக்பாஸ் டைட்டில் வின்னர்.. நெகிழ்ச்சிப்பதிவு.. எதுக்குன்னு தெரியுமா?
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Ten years ago, most people hadn’t even heard of a podcast. Now, they’re an integral part of the media landscape, and none more so than those about true crime . To rank the best, we polled true-crime aficionados about their favorite shows, then sifted through the top choices. Whether they cover a new case each episode or present a story over the course of a season, these picks each shaped the genre in their own way. Some are the results of deep investigative journalism; others are by amateur sleuths trying to help families find answers. Some focus on bringing publicity to cold cases in underrepresented communities, and some changed the way we think about crime storytelling altogether. Perhaps equally important, they’re all great listening, promising the kind of captivating intrigue that continues to draw generation after generation to true crime: tragedy, mystery, a search for answers, and always the hunger for justice. 25. CounterClock Fans of procedurals will bond with … [Read more...] about The 25 Best True-Crime Podcasts of All Time
“Records are broken. Championships last forever.” This is what Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said last Saturday as the team recovered from a loss to the Boston Celtics, just their eighth of the season. It was their first home loss in 54 games. If you’re a fan of any NBA team that’s not the Warriors or the San Antonio Spurs – and especially if your team is getting nowhere near the playoffs – try to conceive for just a moment of your team losing their first game at home 76 games into the season. Now come back from that hazy, wildflower-covered, late-summer afternoon in your mind and let’s talk. It’s possible Kerr said this because he genuinely believes it. It’s possible he said it because he thinks his players need to hear it. But it’s also possible Kerr doesn’t believe a word of it – because he shouldn’t. This whole rings-over-records thing is, in this specific case, total bullshit. After beating the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday night, the Warriors have … [Read more...] about Golden State Should Go For It
Actors’ Equity has decided to force 99-seat theaters in Los Angeles to pay their actors at least minimum wage – which is currently $9 an hour and going up to $10 next year. The move by the union’s National Council comes just hours after reports that local Equity members voted overwhelmingly to reject the pay increase, which many fear will put small houses out of business. The new minimum wage rule goes into effect April 22 for producers who have not produced before under the 99-seat plan. For those who have produced under the plan, there is a grace period allowing a year for a transition to the new options. The new deal actually is a compromise – it allows theaters with fewer than than 50 seats to produce up to 16 performances of a single production budgeted under $20,000 without having to pay minimum wage. It also allows L.A. actors to collaborate as a group to self-produce theater without the requirement of an Equity contract and without having to pay minimum wage. Other terms … [Read more...] about Actors’ Equity To Require Minimum Wage At LA’s 99-Seat Theaters, But Smaller Stages Get A Break
For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now மாநகரம் டு விக்ரம் வரை லோகேஷ் வைத்த பிரியாணி சீன்ஸ்! View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Must Watch முகப்பு பாலிவுட் Bollywood | Published: Saturday, July 2, 2022, 18:22 [IST] சென்னை : ஒரு காலத்தில் கோடி கணக்கில் வசுல் செய்ய பாலிவுட் படங்களால் மட்டும் தான் முடியும் என்ற நிலை இருந்தது. ஆனால் இந்த சமீப ஆண்டுகளாக இந்த நிலைமை தலைகீழாகி உள்ளது. சமந்தா, நயன்தாரா, பிரபாஸ், விஜய் சேதுபதி, துல்கர் சல்மான் உள்ளிட்ட பலரும் பல மொழிகளில் நடித்து இந்திய அளவில் பிரபலமாகி விட்டனர். தென்னிந்திய நடிகர்கள் மட்டுமல்ல தென்னிந்திய படங்கள், சீரியல்கள் ஆகியனவும் இந்திய அளவில் ரசிகர்களை கவர்ந்து வருகிறது. ஓடிடி தளங்களை எடுத்தாலும் இதே நிலை தான்.தென்னிந்திய மொழி படங்களை பார்ப்பவர்கள் தான் அதிகமாக உள்ளனர். இதனை ஓடிடி தளங்களே பார்த்து வியந்து குறிப்பிட்டுள்ளன. குடும்ப திரைக்கதைகளின் மன்னன்..வசனத்தில் சுவாரஸ்யம் காட்டிய … [Read more...] about அதள பாதாளத்தில் பாலிவுட்…அசுர வளர்ச்சியில் தென்னிந்திய படங்கள்…என்ன காரணம்…ஒரு சுவாரஸ்ய அலசல்
Former president Donald Trump has endorsed some wacky candidates since leaving office, including Michigan’s Republican nominee for secretary of state, Kristina Karamo . In a podcast episode unearthed by CNN’s KFile , Karamo claimed that abortion is “child sacrifice” and a “satanic practice,” CNN revealed on Sunday. Karamo expressed her absurd beliefs about abortion on her podcast, It’s Solid Food. “ Abortion is really nothing new,” she said. “The child sacrifice is a very satanic practice, and that’s precisely what abortion is. And we need to see it as such.” Later, she called the medical procedure “the greatest crime of our nation’s history.” “When people in other cultures, when they engage in child sacrifice, they didn’t just sacrifice the child for the sake of bloodshed,” Karamo said during the episode. “They sacrificed the child ’cause they were hoping to get prosperity, and that’s precisely why people have abortion now. ‘Because I’m not ready. I don’t wanna have a … [Read more...] about ‘Child Sacrifice Is a Very Satanic Practice,’ Trump Endorsed Candidate Said of Abortion
The NBA playoffs have been prequel to the Finals, the third in a heart-pounding trilogy, in the same way that Episodes I to III of Star Wars are prequel to the original trilogy. Sure, they take place nominally in the same galaxy and involve many of the same people, but the quality gap is wider than Jabba the Hutt. So, as we’ve trudged towards the inevitable – Golden State vs. Cleveland in the rubber match – we’ve become increasingly reliant on our announcers to carry us between stretches of sublimity from Steph, dominance from LeBron or shotmaking from Kyrie. Jeff Van Gundy is perhaps the best in the business at filling the time in blowouts. That’s damning him with faint praise. When he teams with Mark Jackson, Doris Burke and Mike Breen, Van Gundy is the star of the top team in the business. No wonder they’ll be calling all the games for ABC. Since exiting coaching in 2007, Van Gundy has been a perennial candidate for the highest-profile jobs. Though none has panned out yet, … [Read more...] about Jeff Van Gundy: Cavaliers Winning 2017 Finals Would Be LeBron’s Greatest Accomplishment
There is a scene midway through Glengarry Glen Ross where Ricky Roma sits at a booth in a dingy Chinese restaurant, doing his best verbal two-step in an attempt to unload some crappy vacation property on an unsuspecting patsy. “Great meals fade in reflection,” he tells his victim . “Everything else gains. You know why? ‘Cause it’s only food. This shit we put in us, it keeps us going. But it’s only food.” Like a lot of lines in the film, it sticks with you – unlike great meals. But Roma’s right. The visceral present of a meal – its tastes, smells, sights – slips away over time. Admit it: your most memorable dining experiences likely have more to do with the circumstances surrounding the meal than the meal itself. What else fades this way? I keep asking myself that in regards to the Golden State Warriors’ historic 73 wins this season, an accomplishment that was overshadowed even as it was happening by Kobe Bryant’s historic 60-points-on-50-shots final game . And well before … [Read more...] about Are the Golden State Warriors the Greatest Team Ever?
Few sports rivalries are as storied as Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams have been separated, historically, in just about every category imaginable. The Lakers of the Sixties and Seventies were spearheaded by the twin stars of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor. Though Bill Russell was indisputably the head of the early Celtics, their style – predicated on smothering defense and fast-break basketball – was far more team-oriented than their Hollywood rivals. It worked, too: The Celtics began the rivalry winning 7-0 against the Lakers in the Finals, beginning with a 1959 sweep of the then-Minneapolis franchise. Boston won eight straight titles and eventually every title in the 1960s besides 1967, when the Philadelphia 76ers took home the trophy. In the 1980s, the differences grew even more distinct. Earvin “Magic” Johnson personified the Lakers with his gigawatt smile and larger-than-life persona (and stature; he was a six-foot, ten-inch point guard). He was black and he … [Read more...] about Donnie Wahlberg on 10 Things You Forgot About Lakers, Celtics Rivalry
It feels like the beginning of something big. Analysts and fans have been talking about it since the Fourth of July, feeling some feelings about it, like it’s something we’ll be looking at for years to come. On Thursday, October 13th, in advance of the Los Angeles Clippers playing the Portland Trail Blazers in a preseason match-up, Paul “The Truth” Pierce – 2008 NBA Finals MVP, en route to the hall of fame, playing his final season with the Clippers this year – laid down some law about what he sees as the “new generation.” “I understand when you have great players on losing teams who are tired of losing, struggling in the playoffs every year – you’re the lone star,” he said on a league-sponsored Sirius XM show. “I’ve been in that position. I could have left Boston years ago, but I stuck it out. I just feel like when you’re that close, as a competitor, you don’t go join the team that just put you out.” When he said he understood, he was referring to his experience carrying the … [Read more...] about Why Golden State Warriors Aren’t Really the NBA’s Bad Guys