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A.r rahman oscar nominated video.. visit tamilmachi.blogspot.com to listen ar rahman songs
25 Jan 2011
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy Films most beloved bald guy is ready to find a new home... The 2011 Academy Award nominations are in and Hollywood is already buzzing about who will take home film’s most coveted award. Among this year’s front-runners, “The King’s Speech” - taking in a whopping 12 nominations, including Best Picture. Fans of “The Social Network” will “like” the Facebook biopic’s 8 nominations - also including a best picture nod. Both films came out of the gates ahead of the pack at previous award shows leaving some to wonder if this will be a two horse race? (ABC) “In the leading, the shows that lead up to the Oscars, do we get when we’re filling out our cards for lets say an informal pool. Does that give us a hint as to what the Oscars will do necessarily or no?” “You have to think it does give you a hint, but remember a lot of those are critics. We don’t really know what the Academy thinks yet, and that’s what makes this moment so surprising.” As the Huffington Post points out - among this year’s usual suspects, were some surprise nominations. “The biggest surprise of the ... nominations was the love shown to two films... True Grit and Winter's Bone...Winter's Bone, a … film that earned ravishing critical response but barely caused a ripple outside of the arthouse circuit is the bigger surprise... True Grit is less of a surprise... [I]t's a damn good movie.” Another surprise - Christopher Nolan’s Best Director snub. Despite a Best Picture nomination, a writer for New York Magazine seems to think the Academy has no love for one of Hollywood’s top-dogs. “Maybe the Academy isn't as enamored of Christopher Nolan as we thought? Sure, Inception scored a Best Picture nomination, yet Nolan couldn't score a Best Director nod... Sorry, Chris: Your Oscar hopes were just a dream.” Movies tend to be about people who live under extraordinary circumstances, but as an analyst on CNN points out - some of this year’s nominees are leaving out the extras. “You’ll notice that a lot of actresses and supporting actresses, the big roles this year, have been mothers - In ‘The Kids are Alright’, I think Melissa Leo in ‘The Fighter’, we seem to be thinking about motherhood a lot at the moment in our movies, and the nominees are that. On the male side, a lot of the nominees are playing real characters.” Another observation from the nomination post show... this year’s awards aren’t just for the film snobs. (Livestream) “David seems like it’s gonna be a very, I hate to dumb it down, but a very fun Oscars because you have young actors, you have a lot of movies that the public has really seen and embraced this year, a lot of high grossing films that are going to be celebrated. That’s right, and I think that even the movies that weren’t the big summer blockbusters people are really connecting to. A lot of people have seen Black Swan and The Kings Speech, so I think a lot of people are going to be finding that they have movies to root for at this year’s Oscars.” So what do you think about the 2011 Academy Award Nominations? More snubs or more surprises? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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Treehugger has nominated our SAYL chair in this year’s Best of Green design awards. We are so thrilled to be included and hope all you will head over to vote for Yves Behar’s awesome design. And just in case you were wondering how green that work chair really is check this out. Voting results during the week of April 4th, 2011: http://www.treehugger.com/galleries/2011/03/best-of-green-design-architecture.php?page=9
24 Mar 2011
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Corporate Social Responsibility News: BBMG Releases New Consumer Report; National Eagle Leadership Institute Opens NELI Award Nominations. Watch this and other CSR Minute podcasts: http://3blmedia.com/3bltv.
8 Apr 2011
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Over the past 11 years, some of the most elite corporate citizenship and CSR programs have been named winners and finalists for The Citizens. Companies including Abbott, Best Buy, Cargill, Chevron, Deloitte, Navistar Diesel, PwC, Wegmans, have won the award over the years. Visit the website to learn more about the awards program and to apply! Original article here: http://3blmedia.com/theCSRfeed/Nominate-Your-Company-US-Chamber-BCLC-Annual-Corporate-Citizenship-Awards
26 Apr 2011
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http://SupremeMasterTV.com – VEGETARIAN ELITE Love Prevails: Kashif Saleem, Grammy-nominated Musician & Humanitarian - P1/2. Episode: 1682, Air Date: 23 April 2011.
18 Jun 2011
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Katy Perry's "Firework" had enough sparks to help her claim a leading nine MTV Video Music Award nominations, including video of the year.
26 Jul 2011
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Sonia Gandhi files Nomination, 6 april 2009
17 Aug 2011
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Rahul Gandhi files his nomination from Amethi-Part 1 The images of Rahul Gandhi filing his nomination for the first time from Amethi in U.P
18 Aug 2011
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Rahul Gandhi is filing his nomination for the first time from Amethi in U.P. Rahul Gandhi is accompanied by Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi is contesting from Amethi Parliament constituency in Uttar Pradesh as a Congress Candidate.
22 Aug 2011
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Rahul Gandhi is filing his nomination for the first time from Amethi in U.P. Rahul Gandhi is accompanied by Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi is contesting from Amethi Parliament constituency in Uttar Pradesh as a Congress Candidate.
23 Aug 2011
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Is CSR a waste of money? That’s the topic to be debated at CR Magazine’s COMMITForum, to be held in New York this September. Two teams will present their cases for and against the resolution, “Resolved that when companies expend resources on corporate responsibilities and sustainability, they destroy economic value.” COMMITForum is supported by the New York Stock Exchange and several NGOs, including the Global Reporting Initiative and the U.S. Green Building Council. Grupo Financiero Banorte of Mexico has been nominated for the award “Sustainable Bank of the Year,” granted annually by The Financial Times and the International Finance Corporation. Banorte is one of the finalists in the Latin America category. For more information on these and other stories, go to thecsrminute.com
24 Aug 2011
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Sonia Gandhi files her nomination for Congress President. She is accompanied by Rahul Gandhi and a good number of Congress supporters and leaders.
25 Aug 2011
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Montreal - October 18, 2011 - Domtar Corporation(NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) has been nominated in five categories at the upcoming Pulp and Paper International (PPI) Awards 2011, including Environmental Strategy of the Year and Promotional Campaign of the Year - Environmental Message. The company was also shortlisted for Business Strategy of the Year, Efficiency Improvements of the Year (Domtar’s Kamloops Mill), and Mill Manager of the Year (Domtar’s Johnsonburg Mill Manager, Tom Detwiler). These nominations cap off a string of honours in 2011 for Domtar’s PAPERbecause advocacy campaign in particular, including a Positively Print Award from the GraphicArts Show Company (GASC), Best in Show at the ACE Awards, Best of Category in the Business Marketing Association’s B2 Awards, recognition from both the Association of Independent Creative Editors and the Printing Industry of the Carolinas, and a NAMMU 2010 Environmental Award. The PPI Environmental Strategy of the Year nomination, meanwhile, stems from the company’s development of an online tool called the Domtar Paper Trail that creates personalized customer reports of the environmental and socio-economic impacts of specific paper grade purchases. “We’d like to thank PPI for these tremendous honors,” said Lewis Fix, Domtar’s Vice President of Sustainable Business and Brand Management. “Domtar launched PAPERbecause to support our customers and suppliers in demonstrating how valuable paper is to society, and in fact how environmentally sustainable it is. We also feel it’s our obligation to be transparent by telling the great stories of where our paper comes from and the impact it has – that’s what the Paper Trail is all about. Advocating for responsible paper use and reporting on the environmental and socio-economic impacts of our products go hand in hand for us.” “The PPI Awards are now in their third year, and the quality and quantity of the entries is better than ever,” said Mark Rushton, Editor of PPI magazine and Chairman of the jury for the PPI Awards 2011. “We’ve received more entries from all parts of the globe this year from USA to China, and Europe to South America. Making the shortlist is a fantastic achievement.” The PPI Awards are organized by RISI, the leading information provider for the global forest products industry. They are the industry’s only global awards that honor leadership, vision, innovation and strategic accomplishments. Winners will be named on November 15th at an event in Brussels, Belgium that overlaps with RISI’s European Paper Week. DOMT17791
27 Oct 2011
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Montreal - October 18, 2011 - Domtar Corporation(NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) has been nominated in five categories at the upcoming Pulp and Paper International (PPI) Awards 2011, including Environmental Strategy of the Year and Promotional Campaign of the Year - Environmental Message. The company was also shortlisted for Business Strategy of the Year, Efficiency Improvements of the Year (Domtar’s Kamloops Mill), and Mill Manager of the Year (Domtar’s Johnsonburg Mill Manager, Tom Detwiler). These nominations cap off a string of honours in 2011 for Domtar’s PAPERbecause advocacy campaign in particular, including a Positively Print Award from the GraphicArts Show Company (GASC), Best in Show at the ACE Awards, Best of Category in the Business Marketing Association’s B2 Awards, recognition from both the Association of Independent Creative Editors and the Printing Industry of the Carolinas, and a NAMMU 2010 Environmental Award. The PPI Environmental Strategy of the Year nomination, meanwhile, stems from the company’s development of an online tool called the Domtar Paper Trail that creates personalized customer reports of the environmental and socio-economic impacts of specific paper grade purchases. “We’d like to thank PPI for these tremendous honors,” said Lewis Fix, Domtar’s Vice President of Sustainable Business and Brand Management. “Domtar launched PAPERbecause to support our customers and suppliers in demonstrating how valuable paper is to society, and in fact how environmentally sustainable it is. We also feel it’s our obligation to be transparent by telling the great stories of where our paper comes from and the impact it has – that’s what the Paper Trail is all about. Advocating for responsible paper use and reporting on the environmental and socio-economic impacts of our products go hand in hand for us.” “The PPI Awards are now in their third year, and the quality and quantity of the entries is better than ever,” said Mark Rushton, Editor of PPI magazine and Chairman of the jury for the PPI Awards 2011. “We’ve received more entries from all parts of the globe this year from USA to China, and Europe to South America. Making the shortlist is a fantastic achievement.” The PPI Awards are organized by RISI, the leading information provider for the global forest products industry. They are the industry’s only global awards that honor leadership, vision, innovation and strategic accomplishments. Winners will be named on November 15th at an event in Brussels, Belgium that overlaps with RISI’s European Paper Week. DOMT17791
27 Oct 2011
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Montreal - October 18, 2011 - Domtar Corporation(NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) has been nominated in five categories at the upcoming Pulp and Paper International (PPI) Awards 2011, including Environmental Strategy of the Year and Promotional Campaign of the Year - Environmental Message. The company was also shortlisted for Business Strategy of the Year, Efficiency Improvements of the Year (Domtar’s Kamloops Mill), and Mill Manager of the Year (Domtar’s Johnsonburg Mill Manager, Tom Detwiler). These nominations cap off a string of honours in 2011 for Domtar’s PAPERbecause advocacy campaign in particular, including a Positively Print Award from the GraphicArts Show Company (GASC), Best in Show at the ACE Awards, Best of Category in the Business Marketing Association’s B2 Awards, recognition from both the Association of Independent Creative Editors and the Printing Industry of the Carolinas, and a NAMMU 2010 Environmental Award. The PPI Environmental Strategy of the Year nomination, meanwhile, stems from the company’s development of an online tool called the Domtar Paper Trail that creates personalized customer reports of the environmental and socio-economic impacts of specific paper grade purchases. “We’d like to thank PPI for these tremendous honors,” said Lewis Fix, Domtar’s Vice President of Sustainable Business and Brand Management. “Domtar launched PAPERbecause to support our customers and suppliers in demonstrating how valuable paper is to society, and in fact how environmentally sustainable it is. We also feel it’s our obligation to be transparent by telling the great stories of where our paper comes from and the impact it has – that’s what the Paper Trail is all about. Advocating for responsible paper use and reporting on the environmental and socio-economic impacts of our products go hand in hand for us.” “The PPI Awards are now in their third year, and the quality and quantity of the entries is better than ever,” said Mark Rushton, Editor of PPI magazine and Chairman of the jury for the PPI Awards 2011. “We’ve received more entries from all parts of the globe this year from USA to China, and Europe to South America. Making the shortlist is a fantastic achievement.” The PPI Awards are organized by RISI, the leading information provider for the global forest products industry. They are the industry’s only global awards that honor leadership, vision, innovation and strategic accomplishments. Winners will be named on November 15th at an event in Brussels, Belgium that overlaps with RISI’s European Paper Week. DOMT17791
27 Oct 2011
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