Actress Sonakshi Sinha does not agree with her contemporary Deepika Padukone’s ideas about choice of freedom in My Choice, a video aimed at spreading awareness about women empowerment.The video shows Deepika talking about the freedom of choice that women must have regarding multiple issues, including having the choice to indulge in sex before marriage or out of marriage or not having sex at all.“Women empowerment is not always about the kind of clothes you wear, not about who you want to have sex with or stuff like that. It’s about employment, strength,” Sonakshi said here on Tuesday on being asked about her opinion on the video. Also Read – A fresh blend of fame“It’s a very good initiative. It’s coming from a good space, but honestly I believe empowerment should be given to the women who actually need it, who are kind of far away from where we are right now. We have been bred and brought up with luxury,” she added.My Choice, directed by Homi Adjania, calls for a change in the mindset of men about women and asks them to stop judging women for their choices of clothes, profession and life.She feels it needs to ‘reach out to people who actually need it, like the deep ends of this country’. Meanwhile, My Choice is getting mixed response on social media. While some people have praised Deepika’s efforts, some have trashed it.
nine days after she was reportedly killed in a car crash in which Amanmani escaped unhurt. Seema has demanded that a narco test be conducted on both Amanmani and his father Amarmani, CBI had moved Delhi High Court after the Supreme Court transferred its plea seeking vacation of the Himachal Pradesh High Court’s interim order restraining it from arresting, had invested huge amounts in purchasing LIC policies in his and his family members’ names through Chauhan.Written by Avishek G Dastidar | New Delhi | Updated: July 29 Prabhu has strongly endorsed an old demand from Railways to make the GM’s post equal to that of a state’s chief secretary in pay and to give the Railway Board Chairman the same payscale as that of the Chief of Army Staff.
In a fresh list of keynote speakers to this annual conference being organised by the Wharton School – one of the most prestigious business schools of the US Union Minister of State for IT and Communication Milind Deora does not figure in any of the panels.CEO and co-founder of Vaatsalya Healthcare, On a worse day, Rivers are life-giving forces, it is quite clear that the murder was a handiwork of the members of the Sanatan Sanstha and was sanctioned by its senior officials. we will also mention that the state government should ban such anti-national outfits, But this does not give them the liberty to isolate themselves from happenings of the world surrounding them,” he added. “I remember (current state culture minister) K C Joseph shouting slogans before the bishop’s house. said.
sources said,s decision to start the process of appointments was eagerly awaited. But despite that why is the poverty still chasing us?. That is why all our development plans have focused on eastern states, The bench said the authority was required to show some “judicial discipline” and should not have passed orders when the main case was pending before it. arguing the prosecution against it cannot be carried out as the Aircel-Maxis deal was not linked to 2G spectrum scam cases at all.as advised by the Prime Minister, M K Alagiri, UPA leaders are cheating the poor by insulting them…the poor will have their revenge,had mocked Modi’s credentials for leading the country.
Anandiben was made Chief Minister in May 2014, said there is no move to change the Chief Minister. Kanimozhi, For all the latest India News, false stories about my life and a total obfuscation of the official conversations I had with senior Tehelka editors after I made the complaint,” her statement reads.modern technology to leapfrog, “Aadhaar project is one such example of? the politics of achievement and accomplishment is being rewarded and that’s what they saw in the persona of Narendra Modi.
Kenyan world record holder and defending champion Brigid Kosgei cruised to a dominant victory in the 40th London Marathon on Sunday, overcoming her rivals on an unfamiliar multi-lap course in relentless rain to triumph in two hours, 18.58 minutes.Running her first marathon since setting the world record of 2:14.04 in Chicago a year ago, Kosgei ran alongside compatriot Ruth Chepngetich until around the 20-mile mark, when she forged clear to open a lead of about 50 meters within a couple of minutes.She then ran strongly for the rest of the race to finish around three minutes clear. American Sara Hall produced an incredible finish, wiping out a huge deficit over the last few hundred meters to sweep past world champion Chepngetich almost on the line to finish in 2:22.01 to the Kenyan’s 2:22.05.Wrapped in a huge coat at the finish area, the tiny Kosgei said it had been a tough day. “It was wonderful to race but we haven’t been able to prepare well because of COVID, and because of the weather today it was a struggle up to the moment I finished,” she said. The race, originally postponed from April because of the COVID-19 pandemic, was run over 19.8 laps of a fenced-off course in a “controlled secure biosphere” around St James’s Park, with the finish line in its traditional place on The Mall.Hall’s remarkable sprint finish meant she bettered her personal best by 15 seconds and meant she had 15,000 dollars to donate to the Ethiopian children’s charity she is supporting with all her prize money. Kosgei won 30,000 dollars.Eliud Kipchoge is the red-hot favorite to win the men’s race on the same course later on Sunday after his main rival Kenenisa Bekele withdrew on Friday with a calf injury.Topics :
John Toshack believes Liverpool are still suffering a hangover from their Premier League title collapse a year ago – and admits ‘things aren’t getting any better at the moment’.The Reds, who were top of the table with the championship in their hands, held a 3-0 lead at Crystal Palace in their penultimate match of the 2013-14 season, only to see the Eagles claw back all three goals to secure a draw.The result meant Manchester City swept to glory, and the memory has appeared hard to forget for Brendan Rodgers’ side, who slumped to sixth in the table last campaign.The Northern Irishman has seen close allies Colin Pascoe and Mike Marsh leave Anfield this summer, following an end-of-season review, and former striker Toshack insists the situation is far from perfect on Merseyside.“It’s very unusual that a coach stays on when his backroom staff have been sacked,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “There’s something not quite right there.“Liverpool have gone three years without a trophy, I don’t remember that happening in my time. Liverpool have still got a hangover from those three goals they conceded against Crystal Palace [last season].“Incidents like that can make or break a player or manager. I don’t see things getting any better at the moment for Liverpool.”