No OTT release for Vijay-starrer Master



Vijay Sethupathi, Vijay are posing for a picture


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Amid growing speculation over Vijay’s Master releasing directly on an OTT platform, the producers issued a statement on Saturday to put an end to all the rumours.

The makers said that releasing Master in theatres is crucial for the revival of the film industry, which has suffered an unprecedented loss due to the pandemic.

“As we continue to battle the pandemic, we hope you are all safe and doing fine. We understand and can feel the amount of excitement among the audience to celebrate our #Master in theatres. We await the Big Day to come, as much as you do. With lot of rumours surfacing in the past few days, we would like to clarify our stand on it. Though we have an offer from a reputed OTT service provider, we prefer to the theatrical release, which is the need of the hour for

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Here’s Why Master Makers Avoided Historical Blunder!

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So, here is the official announcement from the makers of Master. It is on the expected lines and also the right one. They have avoided a historical blunder. Here’s why we think so.

Under the normal circumstances, the Thalapathy Vijay starrer Master would have been a biggie that is keenly awaited by Tamil film industry, only, like any other event movie from the star. However, in the current scenario (post coronavirus recovery period), the entire Indian film industry will likely be looking at Master.

It is all due to the frenzied and crazy fan following enjoyed by Vijay. A film like Master is no doubt a big-screen theatrical experience. The teaser has further made it clear. It is due to take an earth-shattering opening whenever it arrives. And ‘that’ precisely is what the entire trade in India is waiting to witness. Master, whenever it comes, is expected to provide the

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Leaving the car behind: Residents in walkable neighborhoods find benefits from fitness to home values | Business

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The population shift from cities to suburbs began in the 1930s and was powered by the popularity of the automobile. With a car, there was no longer a reason to live relatively close to work. New homes were designed for the automobile with driveways and garages, and communities reflected that burgeoning mobility with stores, schools, and other places of interest geared not toward pedestrians, but drivers.



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Trail systems have become one of the amenities most desired by home buyers. The new Point Hope community near Cainhoy weaves its miles of trails throughout the fabric of the neighborhood. (DI Development Company/Provided)


It was a sea change in how and where Americans lived, evident in the Charleston area by the growth of bedroom communities like Mount Pleasant and Summerville, as well as new subdivisions West of the Ashley. And yet today, another notable shift has occurred:

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Training center in UAW scandal has big price tag, but will its role change?

If you’re in the market for 259,959 square feet of flex industrial, office and warehouse space that’s “centrally located in the heart of metro Detroit’s automotive epicenter” and you don’t blush at a $20 million price tag, then you might be in luck.



a sign in front of a flag: The UAW-Chrysler Training Center building on Nov. 11, 2020, in Warren. The facility is scheduled to stop operations in its current form for the year.


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The UAW-Chrysler Training Center building on Nov. 11, 2020, in Warren. The facility is scheduled to stop operations in its current form for the year.

The buildings housing the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center on East Nine Mile Road in Warren, complete with an auditorium and parking for 500 vehicles, are for sale.

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The brochure from Thomas Duke Commercial Real Estate practically gushes at the possibilities:

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“Only one and a half miles from two major interstates (I-75 and I-696), this well-located property makes for an

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Big news ! Netflix acquires streaming rights for Telugu superstar Vijay’s Master

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A major news which might startle all Vijay fans has arrived. The Telugu superstar’s next film, Master is going to digitally stream on Netflix. The streaming giant acquired its rights although no news has come whether the film is going to skip a theatrical release altogether or not.

The anticipation around the film is sky high and Netflix offered a big amount for purchasing the film’s rights.

Earlier the film was supposed to hit theatres in April this year but because of the pandemic, got postponed. Reports then suggested that the makers might release it in theatres next year in January.

Now big questions will be asked about its release. The director of the film, Lokesh Kanagaraj had earlier said that the film will not release on any OTT platform first. It will release in the theatres only thereafter releasing on the OTT platforms.

His exact words were – “Vijay’s

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Sandile Zungu aims to awaken football’s sleeping giant in Usuthu

By Eshlin Vedan Time of article published15m ago

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DURBAN – Umlazi born business tycoon Sandile Zungu is on a mission to transform AmaZulu into the best football club in South Africa. Zungu, 53, officially acquired the KwaZulu-Natal club in October from former long-time owner Dr Patrick Sokhela.

It is safe to say that AmaZulu and other KwaZulu-Natal football clubs have underachieved in the Premier Soccer League era, to the extent they have hardly been feared by any of the big-guns of South African football. Usuthu have not won a major tournament since it claimed the Coca-Cola Cup (now Telkom Knockout) in 1992.

Zungu, who is a teetotaller, certainly does not fit the profile of the average soccer club owner in South Africa.

Besides being the chairperson of the Zungu Investments Company, he boasts a BSc Mechanical Engineering degree and a Masters’ degree in

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Osun, Sterling Bank launch tourism master plan

Tobi Aworinde

The Osun State Government has said a development of the state’s tourism master plan will play a significant role in creating more employment and improving the standard of living of people in the state.

According to a statement, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola assured the public that the state government was determined to transform the economy of the state through “huge investment in culture and tourism, enough to rival the United Arab Emirates.”

Oyetola was said to have made the projection while speaking at the launch of the ‘Osun State Tourism Master Plan: Culture and Tourism for Sustainable Economy’ in Osogbo, in collaboration with Sterling Bank Plc.

He said, “As tourism progressively raises its profile in national economic planning, there is a clear need to ensure that attention is paid to its long-term development potential. Such an approach demands comprehensive strategic planning for the industry’s future. As a government, we

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Dallas Makeup Artist Launches Life Coaching Business-Beauty 4RM Ashes

DALLAS, TX – November 27, 2020 – Makeup Artist turned Master Mindset Life Coach, Shanesha Scott, has announced the launch of her life coaching business, Beauty 4RM Ashes, LLC.

As a licensed Master Mindset Life Coach, Scott has embarked on a mission to provide women with the knowledge and understanding to be intentional.  She said, “Too many of us go through life taking it as it comes. However, if we want to be successful, we have to be intentional in every area of our life.”

Consequently, Scott’s primary focus is on helping clients move forward without dwelling too much on the past. She specializes in helping clients stop negative self-talk and empower their thinking using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), shifting root beliefs that lead to suffering using Rational  Emotive Behavior  Techniques (REBT), helping clients develop emotional intelligence to cope with stress, make better decisions and accomplish goals and helping

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How A Master’s In Entrepreneurship Is Helping Me Launch My Own Business

Ana Fernanda Escandón grew up in a household of entrepreneurs. She spent her youth working various roles in her family business, and before starting her master’s in entrepreneurship with she even rebranded her mother’s company, “almost from scratch.”

Her family’s culture of entrepreneurship meant a business career was always in the cards for Ana. And after a bachelor’s in international business from Technologico de Monterrey in her native Mexico, she is now honing her entrepreneurial skills in the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation program at BI.

“It’s really important to share what I’ve learned,” she says, “My mother always taught me that education is the best inheritance you can get. That’s why I’m now doing my master’s in entrepreneurship.”


Why BI Norwegian Business School?

BI’s mission statement—the school has a strong sustainable focus—drew Ana in. At BI, students have the chance to study modules in ethics and sustainability

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US is in an ‘income crisis,’ says issuer whose ETF offers a 10% yield

Wall Street’s hunt for income has not been yielding great results.

In a year defined by unpredictability, unprecedented government stimulus and extreme market volatility, generating income has becoming more and more of a challenge for investors, Will Rhind, the founder and CEO of GraniteShares, told CNBC’s “ETF Edge” on Monday.

“[We have] an income crisis in this country,” Rhind said. “Before Covid, … getting 5% income in a portfolio was probably somewhat optimistic. But that 5% has now become 3% or lower in this particular pandemic scenario, so, now you’ve got a situation where people are looking for income like they never have before.”

Enter GraniteShares’ HIPS US High Income ETF (HIPS), which invests in high-income pass-through securities in an effort to find yield in non-traditional areas of the market.

The ETF’s portfolio is roughly 41.5% closed-end funds, 29% asset management and business development companies, 18% real estate investment trusts,

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