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See photos,videos Seducing Ingrid Bergman is based on the book of the same name by Chris Greenhalgh which was optioned by YRF Entertainment A director is yet to be locked for the movie read a statement For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Las Vegas | Published: July 13 2017 10:53 am The changes all go into effect starting this coming season Top News The NBA has for years heard complaints that a free-flowing fast-paced and athletic game grinds to a halt at the most important and compelling time when everyone tunes in to watch the final few minutes of a tight game Now the league is finally taking steps to make sure crunch time doesn’t get bogged down by commercial time The league’s Board of Governors unanimously approved some changes that will potentially eliminate four timeouts per game help speed up the final minutes of games and emphasize a timely resumption of play after halftime The changes all go into effect starting this coming season the NBA said Wednesday Teams will be limited to two timeouts in the final three minutes of a game instead of having up to three All four quarters will have two mandatory timeouts after the 7- and 3-minute marks “We’re pretty happy with the length of the game” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said “We were more focused here on the pace and flow of the game What we heard from our fans what we heard from many of our teams was that the end of the games in particular were too choppy And I think since I was a kid that was an issue people were talking about the last two minutes of a game” Silver said the full complement of commercial-showing opportunities will still be available to the league’s broadcast partners and that the league doesn’t believe player in-game rest will be affected by speeding up some aspects Also all halftimes will be 15 minutes and delay of game penalties will be issued if teams are not ready to immediately play when intermission ends “These changes will help us fulfill our goal of improving game flow and pace of play” NBA President of League Operations Byron Spruell said “Fewer stoppages and less time without action especially at the end of a game will further enhance the viewing experience for our fans” The league also changed the trade deadline moving it up so teams would not have their rosters significantly altered during the All-Star break This season’s deadline will be Feb 8 _ 10 days before the All-Star Game in Los Angeles Under the old system the deadline would have been Feb 22 when teams are getting ready to resume their seasons after the break If an All-Star is traded to the other conference before the game Silver said the league will review which side that player should play for on a case-by-case basis The NBA’s Competition Committee also considered making other tweaks _ such as the oft-criticized play where so many shooting fouls are now called on 3-point attempts often when the offending contact there seems to be initiated by the offensive player But on that front no changes are coming at this point In other news from the Board of Governors meeting and Silver’s news conference: One and done Silver said the NBA will take “a complete holistic look” at the one-and-done rule and how prepared players are going into their pro careers He said that Kobe Bryant spoke with teams on Tuesday about his development before entering the league straight out of high school “I don’t believe the system is working well for anyone” Silver said Tanking Silver addressed comments made by Dallas owner Mark Cuban that when the Mavericks were eliminated from playoff contention last season they tanked with hopes of improving their draft lottery odds “Yes it’s not what you want to hear as commissioner” Silver said The league and Cuban discussed it and moved on Silver said Luxury tax Silver said it’s too early to say if the NBA is concerned about the chance that 10 or more teams could be in the luxury tax for the 2018-19 season “These systems are so hard to calibrate As the money’s gotten bigger it’s gotten harder to project future cap and tax levels” Silver said “And I think those are all things that we continue to look at Our teams are smart They find ways to compete They work within the existing system but always with one eye on the next time we sit down at the bargaining table” Playoff seeding Silver also spoke about the perception of conference imbalance and the notion of seeding the top 16 teams for the playoffs with no limitations based on conferences He said a study two years ago showed it wouldn’t be ideal though Silver noted that it will likely be looked at again in the future “The only fair way to do it is to have a balanced schedule throughout the season” Silver said Expansion Silver reiterated that neither relocation nor expansion is not in the NBA’s plans right now and that there’s no focus on putting a team in Las Vegas anytime soon He did say that when the NBA looks to grow in the future and it will the league will look at the Las Vegas market _ which it has been fond of for years especially the role it plays in the summer league For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: February 8 2017 3:35 am Top News C for Kurla S for Karjat and N for Kasara These are the codes used for stations on the suburban railway network in Mumbai At first glance it would seem at odds with the fundamentals of the English language However dig a bit deeper and it makes sense While in some cases the alphabets relate to the name given to the station by the Britishers in other cases it is for the convenience of the railway staff This however at times leads to confusion for those using the railway network for the first time Watch What Else is Making News Railway officials have an explanation for this Since there are several railway station names beginning with the same alphabet they obviously had to find a way around the problem Kalyan for example starts with K and so does Kurla Khopoli Kasara and Karjat among others In certain cases like that of Khopoli they just added a P making it KP for Khopoli For Kurla which prima facie appears to have no connection to the alphabet C they went back to its original name “Kurla was earlier called Coorlie a name that was used by the British Hence we retained C as the code for Kurla” said A K Singh Public Relations Officer Central Railway Apart from Kurla even Vasai Road that is signified by “BS” on railway platform indicators also signifies the bygone British era when Vasai was called Bassein thereby giving it the “BS” code that is used today More interesting however is the case of Kasara and Karjat stations the codes for which are N and S respectively While most in the know believe the reason behind it is that since Kasara goes northwards from Kalyan it acquired the code N and Karjat going southwards acquiring the initial S However this version too is not fully accurate Railway historian Rajendra Aklekar says while initially this may have been the reason behind the peculiar codes over a period of time some changes took place “There would be massive confusion in the control tower manning the locals entering CST Since a lot of long-distance trains also come to the city purely giving it codes based on which direction it came from was becoming problematic Hence to change this and ensure that the two words do not sound same phonetically which south and north did to an extent they came up with Narayan for N and Shankar for S Today if you go to a control tower at CST instead of referring to trains as Karjat and Kasara they would term them as a Shankar slow or a Narayan fast” he says While these names made life easier for railway officials it turned out to be the bane of visitors to the city They would reach CST look at the indicators and go blank wondering what codes like C stood for Till a few years ago apart from the indicators that had these codes the signage that the trains themselves had at its two ends was in codes as against the full station names Later to help those using the trains for the first time it was decided that at least the trains would carry the full names of the railway stations en route The platform indicators however owing to its limited slots would have to continue carrying these codes instead of the entire station names Have a comment or suggestion for Life On The Local Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subject line: Life On The Local For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: May 26 2017 5:56 pm Tubelight: When Salman Khan plays a Bajrangi or Sultan you instantly find the trappings of a star in these roles Related News Tubelight trailer exploits Salman Khan’s larger-than-life off-screen image Salman’s innocent man-with-a-golden-heart shtick seems to be easily picked from his other films including Bajrangi Bhaijaan and placed in a different scenario There are scenes that seem too familiar irrespective of the backdrop of the movie Salman is seen surrounded by people in the town They love and adore him He is a nice guy with good intentions and can do no harm to anyone Sounds familiar right Replace that little girl from Bajrangi Bhaijaan with Salman’s real brother Sohail Khan here and the actor has got somebody to take care of Instead of ‘Selfie le le’ now tap your foot on ‘Sajan Radio’ If you were charmed by Bajrangi’s staunch honesty now get ready to see his ‘Lakshman’ act of a loving caring brother But it’s not the similarities that bother you it’s something else No matter whether you like the trailer or not you can’t shrug off this nagging feeling – that you are coerced to buy a particular Salman Khan’s image – this nice guy-who-can-do-no-harm and who can also give you some tips on family love The trailer begins on a promising note with shots of blue skies and soldiers prepping up for the war- until you see the superstar himself and people cheering for him Salman’s unusual name: Bajrangi Bhaijaan wasn’t just a coincidence in Kabir Khan’s last film One would want to ask why Kabir chose Lakshman-Bharat for Salman-Sohail’s characters Their names could have been anything Do makers already want you to buy their sibling love so that they don’t the have to pu an effort in building characters from scratch It seems film wants you to buy everything on its face value Or it can be an effort to utilise Salman’s pan-India popularity Remember how Aamir Khan and Salman Khan played Ram-Bharat in a short scene during Andaz Apna Apna It was used as an irony on the never-dying love between two brothers There is no harm in using an actor’s stardom to promote a film But what happens when you use a film to promote or sell a star’s image Is Tubelight a tailor-made film to suit Salman Khan’s personality and lure his thousands of fans If that’s precisely the case then it undermines the whole purpose of cinema If you happen to be a Salman Khan fan lucky you But what about the rest of us who want to watch cinema before getting hooked to a star’s charisma When Salman Khan plays a Bajrangi or Sultan you instantly find the trappings of a star in these roles It’s may be because our ageing superstars don’t want to experiment with different characters Maybe that’s why Tubelight trailer has a little glimpse of Chinese actor Zhu Zhu It’s all about Salman and his love for other people Also Read:Salman Khan on Tubelight trailer: I don’t like watching it as I see Om Puri in it and it killsme But doesn’t the same thing disappoint a cinemagoer from watching the film Tubelight can be an entirely new experience for a viewer if he forgets about Salman’s real life stardom But can he do that How much will Salman’s stardom be a disadvantage for Tubelight For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News” a highly placed leader 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GIDC was found to have prepared no detailed plans, This was obviously an unsustainable proposition.The plan is to impart whatever knowledge we can. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 12, She has brought in a special feel to the family’s profile. I cry a lot.
So, When you look at Chaudhary Ajit Singh’s CV, ?065 in May 2010 from 2, We are proud to have her perform on the Oscars for the very first time, and developed the script into a psychological thriller, all candidates and other leaders will be present for the meeting. Mukesh Rawat,By: Express News Service | Published: January 26 an underground room adjacent to the health club.
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