Salman Khan’s #RadheTrailer sparks meme-fest online with netizens questioning logic and science

With the film industry bearing the brunt of the pandemic, a lot of hope is riding on the big films. Salman Khan recently announced that his latest offering Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai will have a multi-platform release, including in theatres, DTH and on a streaming platform, on May 13. Released on Thursday, the trailer of Radhe managed to create a huge buzz online, however, not for the reasons the makers would have liked. From Radhe being compared to Salman’s earlier releases to netizens mourning the death of science and logic, memes on the film are leaving all in splits.

Directed by Prabhu Deva, the action film also stars Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, Jackie Shroff and Megha Akash. Salman plays the titular role of Radhe, the cop, channeling his epic Dabangg character, but fans are not impressed. As eagle-eyed fans saw some similarities with Race 3, Radhe’s trailer became a

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Project SEARCH partnerships lead students to workplace success | News

When employers focus on abilities instead of disabilities, Project SEARCH instructor Tammy Hearon knows students can succeed despite special needs.

Arconic proved that by “job carving,” matching Aryn McAndrew’s skills with work the company needed to be done. Three days a week, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., McAndrew pulls charts, files paperwork and prepares rooms in the company’s medical department.

“She has her own office with her own nameplate,” Hearon said during a celebration Tuesday, April 20, for all five Project SEARCH graduates at the Blount County Schools Central Office.

This marks the sixth year the program has led to competitive employment for all of the students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, all of whom come from William Blount and Heritage high schools.

The pandemic made the program more challenging this year, but Hearon said it also created new opportunities.

Usually Project SEARCH is centered on the

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Simental leaving Pueblo, CSU Pueblo for new start at Nebraska-Kearney

David Simental is leaving Pueblo again.

The former all-state player at Pueblo West High School is leaving Colorado State University Pueblo and transferring to the University of Nebraska-Kearney. It will mark Simental’s fourth institution in five years.

He has two years of NCAA basketball eligibility remaining.

In his second season at CSU Pueblo this past winter, Simental set the school’s single-game scoring record and was a second-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference selection for the second consecutive season.

“A big part of it had to do with academics,” Simental said about leaving his hometown and CSU Pueblo. “The graduate programs here didn’t interest me and (Kearney) has a good grad program in coaching.

“I felt it was time for me to move on and felt like this was the best situation for me.”

A 6-foot-2, 185-pounder, Simental is expected to play point guard for the Lopers, which play in the NCAA

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