Netflix Says in Discussions With Disney Over Marvel, Star Wars Films

Netflix Says in Discussions With Disney Over Marvel, Star Wars Films

Netflix is in “active discussions” with Walt Disney Company about keeping Marvel and Star Wars films after 2019 when new Disney and Pixar movies will stop appearing on the streaming service, a senior Netflix executive said on Thursday. Disney announced on Tuesday that it was pulling new Disney and Pixar films from Netflix starting with its new releases in 2019 and will put the movies on a new Disney-branded online service. Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger told analysts the company had not yet decided where it would distribute superhero films from Marvel Studios and movies from Star Wars producer Lucasfilm, which Disney…

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Fast-track your summer body: how to shape up over the weekend

Fast-track your summer body: how to shape up over the weekend

I’m going to show you how to fast track your body to ‘the new gorgeous you’ in just one weekend, and it can be done almost entirely in the comfort of your own home. First of all, be prepared to follow all the instructions here. If you do, you’ll get results. Tips to start Get your food arrangements in order. This also means ditching alcohol for the weekend to get maximum results. Staying hydrated by drinking lots of water will rid your body of toxins. Use good supplements to enhance your food (check with your doctor if you…

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Outstation applicants flock to DU grievance cell as confusion over subjects, guidelines persist

Outstation applicants flock to DU grievance cell as confusion over subjects, guidelines persist

As the admission procedures resumed on Tuesday, after the long weekend, the Delhi University also saw students flocking to its conference centre to get their queries cleared. While many left reassured, others were left in tears, as they saw their dream of a seat at a prestigious DU college crumbling right before their eyes. Issues ranged from confusion over subjects, best four guidelines, and glitches in the payment system. Prashant G of Tamil Nadu had only just convinced his DU college of choice to accept his provisional certificate as the…

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Confusion over subjects, guidelines, outstation applicants flock to grievance cell

Confusion over subjects, guidelines, outstation applicants flock to grievance cell

New Delhi: As the admission procedures resumed on Tuesday, after the long weekend, the Delhi University also saw students flocking to its conference centre to get their queries cleared. While many left reassured, others were left in tears, as they saw their dream of a seat at a prestigious DU college crumbling right before their eyes. Issues ranged from confusion over subjects, best four guidelines, and glitches in the payment system. Prashant G of Tamil Nadu had only just convinced his DU college of choice to accept his provisional certificate…

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Chandigarh govt schools register over 6% rise in pass figures

Chandigarh govt schools register over 6% rise in pass figures

With 982 students failing the Class-12 board exams and 1,790 out of a total 10,742 getting compartments this year, city government schools were still able to witness a rise of 6.41% in the pass percentage compared to last year. Going by the individual results compiled by the district education office (DEO), out of 39 Government Model Senior Secondary Schools, 29 performed better than last year, which helped the overall result to improve from 68.31% pass percentage in 2016 to 74.72% in 2017. Also, only 341 of them had managed to…

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Uncertainty over Class 12 results continues: CBSE likely to challenge HC order

Uncertainty over Class 12 results continues: CBSE likely to challenge HC order

The announcement of CBSE’s Class 12 exam results could be delayed as the board will challenge a Delhi high court order asking it to continue with a marking policy that it decided to nix last month. The country’s biggest school board decided on Wednesday to file a “special leave petition” in the Supreme Court against the high court verdict. The CBSE results are expected between May 25 and May 27 as these are traditionally announced around this time of the year. The board said the results won’t be delayed but…

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10 Foods Men Over 40 Must Eat for their Overall Health

10 Foods Men Over 40 Must Eat for their Overall Health

40 is the new 20! 40 is when you are just starting. This banner birthday is a big deal in our lives. Our body, metabolism, the way we think and our approach to life in general changes. But that doesn’t mean that we have hit middle age! You can still have Akshay Kumar’s abs, Shah Rukh’s savvy and Aamir’s energy; you just need to do the right thing for your body. And this includes eating healthy, taking fewer drinks, adding physical exercise, getting adequate sleep, and laughing as well. All…

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Stephen Colbert investigated over ‘homophobic’ anti-Trump joke

Stephen Colbert investigated over ‘homophobic’ anti-Trump joke

US comedian Stephen Colbert is to be investigated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over a joke about President Donald Trump. The body’s chairman Ajit Pai said it received several complaints about the monologue, which some viewers branded homophobic. It concerned crude sexual references involving Mr Trump and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. On Twitter, angry users set the hashtag #FireColbert trending worldwide. Mr Pai told radio host Rich Zeoli he had now had a chance to watch the controversial clip, which aired on Colbert’s CBS programme The Late Show…

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Uncertainty over EU immigration, research could damage UK HE MPs say

Uncertainty over EU immigration, research could damage UK HE MPs say

Exiting the EU: challenges and opportunities for higher education warns that if the government fails to address concerns within the higher education sector, “Brexit will damage the international competitiveness and long-term success of our universities.” There is significant uncertainty in the university sector in the run up to Brexit, the report notes, dominated by fears over residency rights for staff and fee status for students. “The government must act urgently to avert the risk of a damaging ‘brain drain’ of talent from our shores” The government should “unilaterally agree the rights of EU…

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1 in 5 Teens Lose Sleep Over Social Media: Study

1 in 5 Teens Lose Sleep Over Social Media: Study

One in five teens regularly lose sleep over social media, waking up in the middle of the night to send or check messages on social media. This makes them three times more likely to feel constantly tired at school in comparison to their peers who do not log on at night, warns a new UK study. Researchers at Wales Institute for Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) in the UK also found that girls are much more likely to access their social media accounts during the night than…

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