Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Obama gives ultimatum to Republican critics on immigration


President Barack Obama gave a feisty rebuke to his Republican critics on immigration and an ultimatum: I can work with Republicans, if they aren’t nativist.

“If your view is that immigrants are either fundamentally bad to the country or that we actually have the option of deporting 11 million immigrants, regardless of the disruptions, regardless of the cost and that that is who we are as Americans, I reject that,” the president said in an interview with NPR published on Monday. 

“On immigration, I probably can’t” work with them, he told NPR. “Steve King and I fundamentally disagree on immigration.” (King is an Iowa Republican who gained infamy when he said that for every successful, young illegal immigrant there are 100 with “calves the size of cantaloupes” from transporting drugs across the desert and advocates for the mass deportation of all illegal immigrants.) 

“On the other hand, I think there are a lot of Republicans who recognize that not only do we need to fix a broken immigration system, strengthen our borders and streamline the legal immigration system, but we have to show realism,” Obama said, celebrating the idea of creating a path to citizenship that includes paying back taxes, fines, and undergoing background checks that was suggested by a bipartisan immigration bill in the Senate last year.

Just after the midterm elections, the president used his executive authority to delay the deportations of immigrants who have been in the country for a long period of time and haven’t committed crimes, prompting outrage from the GOP who said the president was violating the law, acting like a king, and “poisoning the well” – in other words, infuriating the GOP so much that they wouldn’t vote for any further immigration reform bills.

Indeed, since the president’s announcement, Republicans have sought to censure him for his action. Sen. Ted Cruz threatened to block federal nominations, though that effort backfired.

“By me having taken these actions, does that spur those voices in the Republican Party who I think genuinely believe immigration is good for our country?” Obama said. “Or does it simply solidify what I do think is – is a nativist trend in parts of the Republican Party?  And - and if it’s the latter, then probably we’re not going to get much more progress done and it’ll be a major debate in the next presidential election.”

The president rejected the idea that there are serious, conservative concerns with immigration that aren’t being addressed.

“What are those concerns and – and how is it that I’m not addressing them?  If the concern is border security, we’ve got more resources, more border police, more money being spent at our borders than any time in the last 30, 40 years.  If the concern is the flow of illegal workers into the country,  that flow is about half of what it was and is lower than any time since the 1970s,” he said. “If you’re concerned that somehow immigrants – illegal immigrants are a drain on resources and forcing, you know, Americans to – to pay for services for these folks, well, every study shows that’s just not the case. Generally, these folks don’t use a lot of services and my executive action specifically is crafted so that they’re not a drain on taxpayers; instead, they’re going to be paying taxes, and we can make sure that they are.”

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Friday, December 26, 2014

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom - Audio Jukebox


Full Audio Songs
00:06 - Jhoom
05:21 - Ticket to Hollywood
09:59 - JBJ
14:53 - Bol Na Halke Halke
19:57 - Kiss of Love
24:23 - Jhoom Barabar Jhoom
31:22 - Jhoom Jam (Instrumental)
CREDITS:- YRF

Dekho Na - Song with Lyrics - FANAA


CAST & CREDITS: Starring: Aamir Khan & Kajol Directed by: Kunal Kohli Produced by: Aditya Chopra Music: Jatin - Lalit Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi Story & Screenplay: Shibani Bathija
Credit:- YRF Youtube

Monday, June 30, 2014

8 Ways YouTube Will Be Changing How You Create Videos

Professional YouTube video creators and amateurs alike will soon get new tools for refining their work and expanding audiences.

YouTube may face some challenges as it moves toward the mainstream, but it isn't standing still on the technological side. Here are eight new tools for video creators YouTube execs Matthew Glotzbach and Oliver Heckmann—the site's director of product management and VP of engineering, respectively—previewed at the unofficial YouTube convention VidCon last week.

A few are available now, but most are are still coming attractions. Keep your eyes peeled, YouTubers.

1. Sound Effects

YouTube's Audio Library already featured hundreds of free songs; now it also includes an array of royalty-free sound effects—perfect for the creator who needs a blood-curdling scream or machine gun fire. The company is also adding more music tracks, though it didn't say how many.

2. 60 FPS Video

Most YouTube videos play at the standard film-projection rate of 24 frames per second—typically just fast enough to trick a viewer's brain into seeing motion instead of a succession of still images. YouTube will soon be supporting higher frame rates of 48 fps and 60 fps in order to better capture action from video-game footage shot at higher frame rates.

YouTube has uploaded three videos that preview the new HFR (high frame rate) mode; you can check them out here. (Though be careful out there, creators; remember the grief director Peter Jackson took from some critics when he released the first Hobbit movie in 48 fps.)

3. Creator Studio App

A new Creator Studio app gives creators mobile access to their analytics, which help them better understand the audience drawn by each video, as well as video-management functions. The app is available on Android and will be launching on iOS in "coming weeks."

4. Playlists

Although the execs' description was a little vague, creators are apparently going to get "new ways" to create video playlists designed to draw in fans.

5. Creator Credits

Lots of creators collaborate in making YouTube videos, but it's not easy for viewers to track down the video history of individual collaborators in a video. Creator Credits aims to fix that by letting creators tag their collaborator friends on videos so that viewers can click through to discover new channels. Credits will also allow users to search for different creators based on their work and location.

6. Fan-Contributed Subtitles 

Viewers will soon be able to submit their own translations of video subtitles or captions for videos that use them.

7. Info Cards

Info cards will help cleanly organize text in video, replacing YouTube's older annotation format. Creators will be able to program Info cards once to work across desktops, phones, and tablets.

8. Fan Funding

YouTube is adding its own way for fans to support their favorite YouTube celebrities as an alternative to KickStarter, IndieGogo and Patreon. A "Support" button now being tested on channels such as The Young Turks will let viewers donate money directly to video creators via Google Wallet.

YouTube—Now On Satellite Radio

In addition to these new features, the video site is also launching The YouTube 15, a weekly show on SiriusXM Hits 1. Hosted by creator Jenna Marbles, the show will feature YouTube's rising music stars.

Thursday, June 05, 2014

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Tahaan | Full Length Bollywood Hindi Movie for Children & Adults | Award Winning


Tahaan is an award winning hindi film based on the life of a young boy living in Kashmir. This is a drama movie for both adults and children. A Bollywood Indian Children drama film directed by Santosh Sivan, Tahaan is a fable-like journey of the eponymous eight-year-old boy, whose life revolves around the pursuit to find real purpose in his little world. The film stars Purav Bhandare as the young boy. Anupam Kher, Sarika, Rahul Bose, Rahul Khanna and Victor Banerjee form the rest of the cast. It was filmed on location in Jammu and Kashmir. A tender fable about childhood innocence amid the realities of war is set against the rugged landscape of Kashmir, so long a flash point for the territorial claims of neighboring India and Pakistan. The title character, an eight year old mountain boy, often hears distant gunfire. But it is not until he goes on a quest to reclaim his beloved donkey, which has been confiscated as payment of his poor family's debts, that he is drawn toward a violence he has no capacity to understand. Tahaan was very much appreciated by a lot of critics and has won a lot of international awards that include "Best Picture" at Pusan film Festival

YUDH - Coming Soon


The legend Mr. Amitabh Bachchan is on a fiction show for the first time. 'Yudh' Coming Soon only on Sony. A story of a man who is invincible. It is the journey of a man and his struggle with his collapsing health, his battle with business rivals and his complicated family equations. It is journey to emerge as a winner despite all odds.

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