Pvt Hospital Launches Mobile App To Track Ambulance And Clear Traffic

CHENNAI: A mobile application for traffic police to track the ambulance and provide traffic clearance facilitating easier and faster movement of the ambulance was launched here on Sunday. This is reportedly made possible by mSirenPilot, a GPS-enabled emergency ambulance tracker for the traffic police in Chennai. The mSirenPilot was launched …

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Remake scripted by Kazuo Ishiguro of the film Kurosawa presented at the Venice Film Festival

A remake of Akira Kurosawa’s classic film “Ikiru” with a screenplay by Japanese-born British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro screened at the 79th Venice International Film Festival on Thursday. Ishiguro, 67, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2017, told a press conference he loved Kurosawa’s films and wondered how the …

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Autumn books a mix of literary and business favorites

This combination of cover images shows various novels that will be released this fall. FSG/FGS/Norton/Atria/Simon & Schuster/Little Brown & Co./Random House/Random House/Knopf/Norton/Ecco/Penguin/Knopf/Doubleday/Knopf via AP NEW YORK — The wait for one of fall’s most likely bestsellers has been growing all year. For months, Colleen Hoover’s millions of fans on TikTok, …

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EbonyLife Films CEO Mo Abudu is set to be on his way to Toronto, Canada to lead the encore when the epic co-produced by EbonyLife Films and Netflix premieres their latest epic Elesin Oba, The King’s Horseman, at the Special Section Category. of the Toronto International Film Festival on September …

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Public Library and PEN America team up for Banned Books Week | Life & Culture

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A Bradford native’s passion for film and theater |

A love of film and photography led a Bradford High School graduate to the high-profile theatrical stages of Chicago and Buffalo — with a break to help out during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in between. Sarah Potter, a 2015 BHS graduate, is a production videographer/photographer for the Alleyway …

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This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. There were too many times my mom would catch me reading a book with a flashlight under my sheets, demanding that I go to sleep already. I can’t say romance was ever my …

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Screening of the film The Shape of the Environment – Isthmus

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The best-selling books of the week

First published September 2, 2022 Updated 1 hour ago Steve Braunias Steve Braunias is the author of 10 books, edits Newsroom’s books section, ReadingRoom, and is a noted writer at the NZ Herald. He won Best Arts and Culture Journalist of the Year at the 2022 Voyager Media Awards. Show …

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An effective rebuttal against a regressive narrative

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Julie Mancini, former executive director of literary arts, was a “force for good in every way,” according to former Portland City Commissioner Mike Lindberg. Photo courtesy: Literary Arts Julie Mancini, a longtime leader of what is now the literary arts and an eye-opener fighter for the existence and visibility of …

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Iranian film The Boarding House by Maryam Ebrahimvand received the award for best feature film in the international category at the 8th Shimla International Film Festival (IFFS), while the award for best short film went to an Iranian film, Footsteps by Hamed Bahrami. The Special Jury Prize for Short Film …

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The brutal attack on author Salman Rushdie in New York on August 12 has reignited discussions around censorship in literature. Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses,” an ambitious work of magical realism, received one of the strongest and longest-lasting backlashes in literary history for its treatment of Islamic tradition. Its release in …

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The transformative power of cinema

Residing in the heart of my hometown in the Philippines and sandwiched between street vendors and stationery stores was Reel World, my father’s old VHS rental shop, a local counterpart to the American Blockbuster, but much more modest. I remember the satisfaction of hearing the click of a VHS tape …

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And … relax: cinema, music, art and books to relax | Culture

Film Bureaucracy meets the afterlife in Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s After Life, a slow-paced drama around a simple question: What memory from your life would you choose to remember for eternity? Each week, a group of recently deceased people arrive at a modest red-brick building – a kind of purgatory …

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It’s no secret that self-published books are mostly frowned upon by many readers. “If a book looks ‘self-published,’ then I’d say there’s a good chance it sucks,” writes one Reddit user, proof that there’s this stigma that self-published books exist. -published are bad. Well, there might be a grain of …

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Safety app launched for young children

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Here are Publishers Weekly’s best-selling books for the week ending August 20. 1. “All the Good People Here” • Ashley Flowers 2. “The Challenge” • Danielle Steel 3. “Superpowered” • Sandra Brown 4. “Man 6:20” • David Baldacci 5. “The Nantucket Hotel” • Elin Hilderbrand 6. “Broken” • Patterson/Born 7. …

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ESCAPE IN THE SENSE. By Evan Puschak. Earphone books. 272 pages. $27. Going broad and deep, journalist Evan Puschak reflects on a remarkable range of artistic, political, and philosophical territory in his first article, aptly titled “Escape Into Meaning.” And it does so incisively, offering unexpected connections and unusually insightful …

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Ram Gidoomal, a British Asian refugee, writes his memoirs

A surprise family party to celebrate his 70th birthday sparked the idea of ​​a memory in which UK-based Ram Gidoomal traces his journey from Indian migrant to successful entrepreneur. “My Silk Road: The Adventures and Struggles of a British Asian Refugee” was published by Pippa Rann Books and Media UK …

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Moms for Liberty wants 14 more books removed from school libraries | New

The local branch of the activist band Moms for Freedom apply to Fauquier County Public Schoolher pull out school Ilibrary shelves 14 more books that the group considers too sexually explicit or violent for all student read. Three mothers are asking Kettle Run High School to remove three books from …

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Prof. Stu nominated for Lumen Christi Award after hit film

This distinguished award from Catholic Extension honors individuals who “radiate and reveal the light of Christ.” The subject of one of the greatest Catholic films of 2022 has been nominated for a distinguished award. This year, Fr. Stuart Long was named a finalist for the Lumen Christi Awardan honor that …

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New app uses AI to classify skin conditions at a glance

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Earlier this month, Google began rolling out an update for Google Duo, which kicked off the long-awaited Duo-Meet merger. The update replaced the Duo app’s name and icon with those of Google Meet and brought all of the latter’s features into the app. Additionally, Google updated the Duo branding on …

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CoinSwitch Kuber, one of the largest crypto exchanges in India, has reportedly faced a raid from the Enforcement Directorate (ED). According to a report by the Economic Times, based on source entries, five premises linked to CoinSwitch Kuber were probed as part of ED’s investigation of money laundering in instant …

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When I was 18, the fear of losing my parents came over me. The terror subsided when I realized it would be much harder for them to lose a child. Eighteen years later, I have faced harsh reality from a broader and calmer perspective. Growing up, my mom lent me …

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Kentuckians raise funds and collect books for libraries destroyed by floodwaters

(LEX 18) — Books are something many of us take for granted. But for flood survivors in eastern Kentucky, the damaged and destroyed libraries are just another reminder of what they lost. Letcher County Librarian Tessa Fugate-Caudill has spent the past few weeks cleaning up the Fleming Neon branch in …

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Some children’s books come with a finger puppet or small toy. Likewise, for most of the author events at the first Missouri Book Festival, there’s a fun connection. But these are loud and life-size. In an unusual take on traditional author lineups, the event plans to feature circus performers, soapbox …

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Video Vault – August 24, 2022 | Film

CHOICE OF THE WEEK PATHS OF GLORY (Kino Lorber Studio Classics): This superb 1957 anti-war drama firmly established Stanley Kubrick in the forefront of filmmaking – a position he essentially held for the rest of his life – and remains one of the best (and of the shortest!) Movies he’s …

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‘Friends’: Rea Hederman donates nearly 800 books to the library system at the request of Elta Johnston

With the help of an advisory board, Elta Johnston has been quietly working as president of the Jackson Friends of the Library since 2019. Last year she wrote a letter to Rea Hederman, a Jackson native and editor of The New York Review of Books since 1984, and asked if …

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Bookmarked Festival of Literary Arts: Introducing award-winning novelist Percival Everett

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Macon County Public Library to host “Books & Bites” with author Carolyn Curry

Friends of the Library will be sponsoring light refreshments and a book signing on Wednesday, August 31 with Carolyn Curry, author of “Sudden Death.” There will be books available for purchase during the event. “Kendall Astin is a dedicated women’s rights activist married to the love of her life, legendary …

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University of Minnesota Professor Uncovers Forgotten Feminist Silent Film Stars

Maggie Hennefeld met them alone, in the archives, in the dark. Daring, funny and original silent film stars, but forgotten because they were women. A teenage tomboy flooding his house. A maid who explodes through the chimney. A woman dominating her husband with a lasso. Hennefeld finally brings them to …

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Nowadays, anyone with a smartphone uses the Internet intensively. If you use the internet for multiple purposes through your smartphone, you would have paid for an internet data plan. Many people worry about data consumption even when they are actively using their smartphone. According to a report by Mediarun Search …

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This application allows you to adjust the brightness of the flashlight on Android 13 devices

Shortly after Google rolled out the first developer preview build of Android 13 to users, we learned that it included two new APIs to help users control flashlight brightness on their phones. . The discovery led us to believe that Android 13 would introduce a new toggle to help users …

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Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, August 21: A reception was hosted by Punjabi Lekhak Sabha (PLS) Jammu today to release two books titled “Khoj” – a collection of articles and “Muaavza” – a collection of short stories written in Punjabi by Pritam Singh Anjaan.Dr. Arvinder Singh Amn, Additional Secretary, J&K Academy of …

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Comment this story Comment Banned books are back in the news. This time around they include not only the usual suspects (Toni Morrison, “The Diary of Anne Frank”) but also the Bible (“any variation”) which we are told was written by “Men who lived a long time ago.” All are …

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Academics Are Told Classic Books Can Harm Their ‘Well-Being’

Academics are told classic books can harm their ‘wellbeing’ and told to stop reading ‘uncomfortable’ content Queen Mary University of London has provided a reading list for staff It includes novels to educate them on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion Texts including Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird feature …

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Howard Curle, a longtime professor of film studies in Winnipeg, remembers his passion for film, teaching

A longtime film teacher who died earlier this month after a long battle with cancer is remembered for his passion for film and for sharing that passion with students during a teaching career. which lasted for decades. Howard Curle died on August 12, at age 74, after living with multiple …

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Indonesia’s 2021 Oscar pick “Yuni” played the centerpiece of the 45th Asian American Film Festival this year. Kamila Andini’s latest addition has also reaped his own share of awards during his competitive circuit. With 5 wins and 20 nominations, Andini – and newcomer actress Arawinda Kirana – have garnered acclaim …

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Chief Justice of India NV Ramana here on Friday published a book ‘Satya Sodhana’, a Telugu Translation from Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography “The Story of My Experiences with Truth”, published by Tirupati MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy. Speaking on the opportunitysaid the chief justice of an ordinary man, Gandhi became a mahatma …

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Eight books on obsession – The Atlantic

There is something particularly literary in obsession. After all, being inside a good book can feel like being pulled down a rabbit hole, with no end in sight. To read a novel is to soak up the thoughts of another, to limit one’s point of view to the pages in …

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Hollywood star Pike (pictured in February) is set to hand his rival university a bumper salary Hollywood star Rosamund Pike has returned to Oxford. But the Wadham graduate opted to give rival Christ Church University a bumper salary by filming her new film there. The college, one of the most …

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EXCLUSIVE: Mammoth Pictures has acquired the film and TV rights to the hit novella Diary of a Murderer by award-winning Korean author Young-ha Kim. The company’s creative director, Kourosh Ahari (The night, Parallel) is set to lead an English feature adaptation, marking the first production under contract, from a script …

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The Prayer Book app now available in Inuktitut

A mobile application offering daily prayers from common prayer book (BCP) in English now also offers Bible prayers in Inuktitut and will soon be expanded to other languages. Created by the Prayer Book Society of Canada (PBSC), the Common Prayer Canada app includes comprehensive prayer services for every day of …

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Jenna Bush Hager said “The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,” her August Read With Jenna pick, “amazed” her. Jamie Ford’s novel spans 250 years within the same family tree, all dating back to Afong Moy, considered the first Chinese woman in the United States. Through the novel, we see how …

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School shootings: Texas school spent $250,000 on bulletproof film

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When Tania O’Donnell was dating, she met a man online and returned to his home…where he proudly showed off his collection of books. “It was about 20 books about Nazi Germany and 10 Andy McNab novels,” says O’Donnell, an author. “I could feel my vulva building its own chastity belt.” …

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The 12th edition of the Bengaluru International Short Film Festival will be held in a hybrid format

The 12th edition of the Bengaluru International Short Film Festival (BISFF) is being held in a hybrid format from August 4-14. Films screened online can be viewed, while the physical event will take place from August 11-14. The BISFF is an official qualifying film festival for the live-action category by …

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4 new “mini-fests” to showcase film, art, books and authors, food, music, theater

A scene from “Adieu, Monsieur Haffman” with (LR) Daniel Auteuil, Sara Giraudeau Gilles Lellouche A new format, featuring four arts and culture mini-fests on long weekends throughout the year, is being introduced to the Tampa Bay area. The mini-fests will replace the annual Jewish Film Festival and Book and Conversation …

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