Daily Archive: August 7, 2018
Actress Sunny Leone says the ability to be good friends at first is the key to a sparkling chemistry in a relationship.
On how to achieve good chemistry in a relationship, Sunny told IANS over email from Los Angeles: “It is honesty and the ability to be friends first.”
The actress, who is married to Daniel Weber, will be seen hosting the 11th season of “Splitsvilla”, with the theme ‘Emotions vs Science’ on MTV.
“I love that I have been working on this show for the past five years. It’s a time I look forward to every year because it’s so much fun… This year I believe we have a great looking bunch of contestants and they are all very talented and outgoing. They are so entertaining,” she said.
Sunny will be seen co-hosting the show with Rannvijay Singha, who she calls her “Rakhi brother”.
“We have so much fun together laughing. I love his family and this year was especially tough for me because I got very ill during shooting and he helped me out so much, keeping an eye on my children as I was hospitalised for a night. They really love being around him and he is a great ‘little big brother’,” she said.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is one of the most dashing and powerful stars in B-town. He is knwon to introduce aspiring actors to the Hindi film industry. He is also godfather to several Bollywood actors which is why he even has young celebrity fans who look up to him.
Salman was last seen in Race 3 which failed to impress the audiences and became a dud at the box office. Bhai is currently busy with the shoot of his upcoming flick Bharat which is being directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Over the last few days, several people were eagerly waiting to hear Salman’s comments on Priyanka Chopra’s sudden exit from Bharat.
Those who are late to the story, Priyanka was officially confirmed to play the leading lady in Bharat opposite Salman. But, all of a sudden she walked out of the film due to unexplained reasons. There were rumors that Salman gave Priyanka’s mom a cold shoulder during India couture fashion week.
New Delhi: Justice Indira Banerjee, Justice Vineet Saran and Justice K.M. Joseph on Tuesday were sworn in as Supreme Court judges in the same order of seniority as notified by the government, unfazed by the row over placing Justice Joseph as the junior-most among them.
The three were administered the oath of office by Chief Justice Dipak Misra at a function in the apex court.
On Monday, senior judges of the court met Chief Justice Misra to convey their dissatisfaction over the government’s decision to place Justice Joseph in the third place for the swearing in.
They maintained that he should be the senior among the three as his name was the first to be recommended for the top court and was re-recommended after the government had raised objections.
Justice Joseph apparently had ruffled the feathers of those in the establishment with his judgement in the Uttarakhand High Court in which he had set aside imposition of President’s rule in the state in 2016. The Supreme Court had upheld the judgement.
Government sources, however, maintained that the seniority of judges is based on an all-India basis and not by the recommendation of the Supreme Court collegium.
Justice Joseph was recommended for elevation way back on January 10. His recommendation was reiterated on July 17 after the government had returned it for reconsideration by the Supreme Court collegium.
With three new judges joining, the strength of the top court judges is now 28 as against the sanctioned strength of 31.
It is for the first time that the Supreme Court has three sitting women judges — Justice R. Banumathi, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Banerjee.
Justice Banerjee is the seventh woman judge of the Supreme Court, the first being Justice Fatima Beevi, followed by Justice Ruma Pal, Justice Ranjana Desai, Justice Gyan Sudha Misra, Justice R. Banumathi and Justice Indu Malhotra.
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The daughters need to be saved from BJP MLAs: Congress President Rahul Gandhi at at Mahila Adhikar Sammelan