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Saroj Khan daughter Sukina on Salman khan

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 11:42:09 PM  
Saroj’s daughter has said that Salman helped when her son had to get heart surgery.
The choreographer died on Friday, after a cardiac arrest. 
 
Not only had choreographer Saroj Khan and actor Salman Khan put aside past differences,
Salman had stood like a rock beside her and her family in difficult times.
 
“Salman Khan helped us for my son’s operation,” Saroj’s daughter Sukaina told Pinkvilla.
“I had to take my son to Kerala for an open heart surgery and it was he who helped us with
it completely. Mr Khan stood like a rock beside us and Sandhya (his teammate) got us in
touch with him and we went through this together. He was there for us when we needed it
and my mother also valued that quality in him.”
 
In recent years, there were reports of a rift between the two, but Sukaina said that they’d
patched up. “I don’t know why people are still saying such negative things about him. He
stands up for everyone and helps people in a lot of ways that others might not know about,
” she said.
She continued, “They already let bygones be bygones and the entire media saw their
pictures together. It showed that they both like each other again. They were there for each
other. I don’t know why people are bringing all these old topics up again? Salman Khan
and his team have been really kind and helpful to my mother and the entire family.”
 
Such was Saroj’s love for Salman, in fact, that just a week before being admitted to hospital,
she prayed for his well-being. “I still remember a week before she got admitted in the
hospital, she went in for namaaz and when she got up, I asked her if she prayed for us. She
said she obviously prayed for her family but there was someone special she was praying for,”
Sukaina said. “When I asked her who it was, she said, it was Salman Khan. I looked at her
and smiled. She told me that Salman sir is doing so much good for people around him but
he’s always taken in the wrong, which is what I don’t understand. He isn’t bad and people
should just let him be. She wished him a long life and happiness.”
 
The choreographer’s death was condoled by several industry figures, such as Shah Rukh Khan
, Madhuri Dixit, Kajol, Amitabh Bachchan and others. She was laid to rest at a Malad cemetery.



Covid-19 pandemic halted the preparations 2020 Womens Hockey Junior Asia Cup

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:49:30 AM  
Imphal (Manipur): The Junior Indian Women's Hockey Team were preparing for the 2020 
Women's Hockey Junior Asia Cup, which was to begin on April 6, 2020 in Kakamigahara, 
Japan, when Covid-19 pandemic halted the team's quest to achieve a berth for the 
Junior Women's World Cup by winning the continental championship.
 
"We were in the national coaching camp since first week of March and we were very 
focused on performing well at the Junior Asia Cup, which would have got us direct 
qualification into the FIH Junior World Cup 2021 to be held in South Africa. But the 
Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown halted our preparations," said Suman 
Devi Thoudam, who successfully led the Indian Junior Women's Hockey team in the 
Cantor Fitzgerald U21 International 4-Nations Tournament and the Belarus Tour last 
year.
Instrumental in the team's winning performance at the 3-Nations Tournament in 
Australia held in December last year, Suman added, "We had shaped up well as a team 
and with some good performances last year, we were quite confident of a good show in 
the Junior Asia Cup in Japan."
 
With the National Camp for Junior Women ending on 19 March, Suman's compatriots 
left for home however she decided to stay back in SAI, Bengaluru where the Senior 
Core Probables Group were housed. "My tickets were booked for 22 March but due to 
the Janta Curfew I couldn't travel. Though my tickets were rebooked for 24 March, I 
decided to stay back in SAI because I felt it was safer there and there was a lot of 
uncertainty at the time," she said.
 
On asked how a young player like her faced the challenges of staying indoors during the 
nation-wide lockdown, she said, "At first, I was scared and felt that there was so much 
uncertainty. Myself and three others who were going through rehab due to their injury 
were the only ones from the Junior Team who had stayed back in SAI during this period 
(lockdown) and it probably would have been difficult if not for the constant support from 
senior players and Wayne Lombard (Scientific Advisor). I focused on core strengthening 
workouts which could be done indoors and some conditioning work which Wayne used 
to give us. Also, he would tell us that it's important to improve our immunity and stay fit 
to fight this pandemic which made us motivated through this period," Suman added.

Returning home after three months on 19 June, Suman was in institutional quarantine 
for 14 days as per State rules in Manipur and will further remain in home quarantine for 
another 14 days. "The institutional quarantine in Imphal was quite comfortable. There 
were about 7 students who were in quarantine along with myself and the facilities 
including the food, everything was good. Also the volunteers there were mostly from my 
home club where I began playing hockey, so they were quite helpful too. Now, I just look 
forward to spending time with my family," she said.
Suman began hockey at Seyo Club in 2010 due to the insistence of her father Thoudam 
Anand Singh who works as a carpenter in Imphal. Despite financial constraints, he 
always encouraged his daughter to make her own mark in the sport. In 2014, she was 
picked by the Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy where she further honed her skills as a 
player. Her first call-up for the Junior National Camp came in 2016 after which there 
has been no looking back for this young defender. "My father has been the biggest 
influence in my life. He has been extremely supportive and wherever I play in Manipur, 
he comes to watch me. At first, I never liked hockey but I was quick to make friends at 
the Seyo Club and when they said if I go regularly for practice, I would be given a stick 
and a ball for myself, I was motivated to continue. Getting my own stick was like the 
biggest incentive for me at that time," she recalled.   
 
While the Junior team awaits to receive a call-up to return to SAI Centre Bangalore, 
Suman is confident her team can bounce back after this setback in their preparations. 
"There is a lot of openness in the team where we discuss our strengths and 
weaknesses and each of us have improved individually as well as a team over these 
past years. When we are called back, we will refocus on our goal to do well at the Junior 
Asia Cup," she concluded. 



Fauci warns of 100,000 US Coronovirus cases per day

Posted Date :   02 July 2020 11:59:07 PM  
Dr Anthony Fauci, the top disease researcher has told the US Senate that he"would
not be surprised" if new virus cases in the country reach 100,000 per day.
 
"Clearly we are not in control right now," he testified, warning that not enough
Americans are wearing masks or social distancing.
 
During the hearing, he said about half of all new cases come from four states whichh
are Florida, Arizona, Texs and California.
 
The surge - which is occurring particularly strongly in southern and western states -
has forced at least 16 states to pause or reverse their reopening plans, according
to CNN
 
The New York governor said nearly half of all Americans must self-quarantine if they
visit the state.
 
On Tuesday, cases rose by more than 40,000 in one day for the fourth time in the
past five days.






Govt bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok SHAREit due to LAC tension

Posted Date :   01 July 2020 12:15:07 AM  
Amid the heightened tensions with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC),
the Indian government on Monday took an extraordinary step and decided to ban
59 Chinese apps.
 
The list of 59 mobile apps with their origin in China include TikTok, SHAREit, UC
Browser, Baidu map, Helo, Mi Community, Club Factory, WeChat, UC News,
Weibo, Xender, Meitu, Mi Video Call - Xiaomi, CamScanner, and Clean Master -
Cheetah Mobile.
 
The order issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY)
stated that the 59 apps that have been banned by the Government of India "are
prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state
and public order”. The order added: "This move will safeguard the interests of crores
of Indian mobile and internet users. This decision is a targeted move to ensure safety
and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace."



Katrina Kaif kicks off her weekend with a game of Sequence, is missing her teammates

Posted Date :   29 June 2020 10:54:09 PM  

 

Bollywood Actor Katrina Kaif has shared a colourful picture where she is seen enjoying a 
game of Sequence.
 
“Best thing about playing with only two people is u win faster #sequence 
#missingmyteammates #friday,” she captioned her post. Katrina is seen in a blue and 
red gingham dress, sitting in her bright yellow living room. On her table, the Sequence 
board is laid out.
 
Katrina’s fans showered her with compliments. “That Smile is we all need,” wrote one. 
“Omgg my hearts beats faster when I see your pretty smile love you so much,” wrote 
another.
 
During lockdown, Katrina had been trying her hand at cooking, and house cleaning. In a 
clip shared in April, she chopped some veggies, washed utensils and picked up the 
broom to sweep her home. Katrina had also posted a video in which she was seen 
cooking something along with sister Isabelle.
 
Her next release will be Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi with Akshay Kumar. The film was 
supposed to release in March but was indefinitely delayed due to the coronavirus 
pandemic. Katrina plays a doctor in the film, while Akshay plays an officer of the anti-
terrorism squad.