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The soon to be married couple shared a lovely picture

The soon to be married couple shared a lovely picture on Instagram to announce the new step in their life. The picture that Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas shared on Instagram. Mumbai: Priyanka Chopra and American singer Nick Jonas officially announced their engagement after a pooja ceremony held at the actor&China wheel bearing repair kits Factory39;s residence here, ending months of speculation about their relationship.Both Priyanka and her beau declared their love for each other on their Instagram pages after the ceremony.Priyanka shared a photo from the ceremony where she is seen embracing Nick."Taken.. With all my heart and soul.." she captioned the photo on Instagram. Taken.. With all my heart and soul..Jonas, 25, also shared the same photo on Instagram and called Priyanka, "Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love." Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love.However, the couple, who were strictly private about their relationship, have not announced a date for their wedding.The priest, who conducted the pooja at Priyanka's residence, said it was for peace and their well-being."The puja started a little over # 10.30 and it lasted for about four hours. We performed Grah Shanti, Ganesh Puja, Aarti and havan. It was done for their peace and well-being. They both looked very nice together. We just wish them a long and happy life. Pandit ji arrives at #priyankachopra home for the formal engagement puja between the couple in front of the two families. #nickjonas @viralbhayani"Nick is a very humble person.

He just followed the rituals. Priyanka used to explain things to him," Kamal Kumar Mishra told PTI.In the first photos from the ceremony, Priyanka and Nick were seen in traditional Indian attires.A photo from the ceremony showed the couple standing in front of background bearing their first initials.Priyanka opted for a yellow Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla salwar suit, Nick donned a ivory kurta churidar for the occasion.The designer duo also posted a picture from the ceremony."LOVE AGLOW! Priyanka Chopra is heavenly in Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla Couture at her Roka Ceremony. Here's wishing the beautiful couple every Joy," they captioned the photo on their official Instagram page. LOVE AGLOW! Priyanka Chopra is heavenly in Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla Couture at her Roka Ceremony. Here's wishing the beautiful couple every Joy. @priyankachopra @nickjonas #AbuJaniSandeepKhosla #AbuSandeep #AJSK #priyankanickengagement #FashionCouture #IndianCouture #priyankachopra #nickjonasNick's parents, Denise Miller-Jonas and Paul Kevin Jonas, who arrived on Thursday, also opted for Indian wear.Priyanka's cousin Parineeti Chopra, Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan Sharma and screenwriter Mushtaq Sheikh were present at the function.Preparations for the ceremony were going on in full swing since morning at Priyanka's Juhu residence.Nick arrived here with his parents on Thursday, and they were received by Priyanka at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.

On Friday night, the couple went for a dinner along with their families at JW Marriott Hotel in Juhu.The couple will reportedly be throwing a party for their friends and family at her residence on Saturday night to celebrate their engagement. The bash is expected to be attended by a host of celebrities.The singer reportedly proposed to Priyanka on her birthday in July this year.Priyanka, who is currently in Mumbai to shoot for Shonali Bose's film ‘The Sky is Pink’, was spotted wearing the ring at designer Manish Malhotra's party recently.The duo sparked dating speculations when they were photographed enjoying multiple dates over Memorial Day weekend.Nick had met Priyanka's family in June and even spent quality time with them in Goa. The couple had also posed for the shutterbugs during the the engagement party of Mukesh Ambani's son Akash.But it is for the first time that parents from both the sides are meeting.Nick had already introduced the actor to his family members when she had attended the wedding of his cousin in the US.

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tied the nuptial knot on December

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tied the nuptial knot on December 11th and their first pictures were a delight. Virat and Anushka at an event Mumbai: Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tied the nuptial knot on December 11th and their first pictures were revealed last night. The pictures and videos clearly showed that the couple did not hesitate to make this special occasion a memorable one.Here are three other things, as per a report on Pinkvilla, which made this occasion the one to remember:Food:The menu was an absolute delight for all vegetarians. Not only that, the couple kept the food a mix of Indian and Italian.
The Indian delicacies included dosas and rabid, while the exotic Italian dishes were porcini mushrooms and stuffed ravioili.Venue:The newly weds must be given credit for choosing an exotic location for their wedding. Borgo Finocchieto was where the destination wedding was held. It is located in Tuscany, four hours south of Milan, Italy.Here’s some sneak peek into the venue: Part:- 1 I&China ball bearings Manufacturers39;m here chasing #Virushka in Italy and the wedding seems to be on! @IndiaToday #Exclusive . For more follow @neeraj_viratian__18A post shared by Virat ka deewana (@neeraj_viratian__18) on Dec 9, 2017 at 6:32am PST Part:- 2 I'm here chasing #Virushka in Italy and the wedding seems to be on! @IndiaToday #Exclusive

For more follow @neeraj_viratian__18A post shared by Virat ka deewana (@neeraj_viratian__18) on Dec 9, 2017 at 6:36am PSTOutfits:The wedding outfits of the bride and the groom were designed by Sabyasachi, who specializes in saree work. Anushka looked pretty in a pale pink lehenga with renaissance embroidery. Virat, on the other hand, was clad in ivory raw silk sherwani, hand embroidered in a vintage Benarasi pattern and signature house buttons. Meet Anushka Sharma @anushkasharma, a Sabyasachi bride. On Anushka: A pale pink lehenga with Renaissance embroidery in vintage English colours embellished with silver-gold metal thread, pearls and beads. Bridal jewellery handcrafted with syndicate uncut diamonds, pale pink spinel and baroque Japanese cultured pearls by the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry collection. For all jewellery # related queries, kindly contact #Sabyasachi #TheWorldOfSabyasachi #SabyasachiJewelry #AnushkaSharma #ViratKohli @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi @virat.kohliA post shared by Sabyasachi Mukherjee (@sabyasachiofficial) on Dec 11, 2017 at 8:16am PST Meet Virat Kohli @virat.kohli, a Sabyasachi groom. On Virat: Ivory raw silk sherwani hand-embroidered in a vintage Benarasi pattern and signature House buttons with an old Rose silk Kota safa. Accessories by Sabyasachi. #Sabyasachi #TheWorldOfSabyasachi #SabyasachiJewelry #AnushkaSharma #ViratKohli @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi @anushakasharmaA post shared by Sabyasachi Mukherjee (@sabyasachiofficial) on Dec 11, 2017 at 8:15am PSTSabyasachi wrote on Instagram, “Anushka was to get married in Florence! And her lehenga just had to fit in. So we chose a colour that would blend in the whimsical Tuscan surrounding rather than stand out. It was blush pink with tropical flora and fauna, hand embroidered in silk floss. Exotic birds and butterflies were rendered with the finest quality needle craft. It took 67 karigars, 32 days to complete the ensemble. To complement her lehenga, beautiful jadau jewellery was handcrafted in uncut diamonds, pearls and pale pink spinel.”

The interior is also refurbished while the dashboard

There has been a barrage of launches in the SUV space this year. dc-Cover  There has been a barrage of launches in the SUV space this year.SUV-aficionados were in for a treat in 2016. The Indian auto xafs has been flooded with new SUVs since the year started, with everything from a compact Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza to a large and might Ford Endeavour being launched this year. But, we have half a year ahead of us which promise more of the same! We put together a list of six SUVs that will hit Indian shores before 2016 ends. But the story doesn’t end here as we have the next half of the year still to go which also includes upcoming festival seasons as well. So before you go ahead and narrow down your favourite SUV we suggest you hold on to your horses for a while. Check out these upcoming SUVs that will hit Indian shores in the next half of 2016 and then make your buying decision. Maruti Suzuki IgnisMaruti seems to have hit the sweet spot with the launch of its latest sub 4-metre SUV, the Brezza. But the bosses at India’s largest car manufacturer seems to be thinking ahead for the near future. Understanding that SUVs sell like hot cake in the xafs today, nothing can be better than to include another SUV in the Maruti stable. Enters the Ignis, which was also showcased at the India Auto Expo 2016.

The compact SUV looks very European and we can expect the production version to be quite alike the one showcased at the expo. Read more about Ignis here.Estimated price: Rs 5.5- 7.5 lakh Expected engine: 1.2-litre Dualjet petrol, 1.0-litre Boosterjet turbo petrol, 1.3-litre DDiS 190 diesel Expected launch: October 2016 SsangYong TivoliMahindra is all set to introduce a compact offering from its South Korean arm SsangYong Motors, christened the Tivoli. It has been spotted testing in India as well. This compact SUV is a result of four years of extensive research from SsangYong and was launched in the Korean xafs in January 2015. It showcases a very upxafs design and is equipped with a lot of modern day gadgets. Sporting multiple driving modes along with an impressive 7 airbags on offer, the India-bound Tivoli can be a serious competitor to the heavyweight SUVs in the country. Read more about Tivoli here. Estimated price: Rs 20 lakh Expected engine: 1.6-litre e-XGi petrol, 1.5-litre diesel (From Mahindra TUV300)Expected launch: December 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan With its recent outing at the India Auto Expo 2016, we can expect this highly anticipated upxafs SUV from Volkswagen to reach India anytime soon.

It already created a stir among visitors at the Expo by flashing a stunning design and sporting some stupendous features inside the cabin. It is set to be based on Volkswagen’s MQB platform which makes the SUV light and nimble to manoeuvre. The Tiguan sports a very aggressive and firm stance with sharp details on the exteriors. On the inside, it will come with a host of advanced features such as traffic updates, vehicle status report along with a 4motion Active Control, and all-wheel drive switch with different driving modes. Being a German SUV one can also expect a range of advanced safety features as standard. Read more about Tiguan here.Estimated price: Rs 25 lakh Expected engine: 2.0-litre diesel, 1.8-litre TSI petrol Expected launch: August 2016 Tata HexaBanking big on the China wheel bearings Factory SUV love of the country Tata is set to launch its new SUV crossover Hexa very soon. Its previous attempt at introducing a large crossover in the country with the Aria didn’t go down too well among buyers as the car failed miserably. However, with the Hexa, Tata seems to have done its homework right by keeping this crossover in full-fledged SUV territory in terms of masculine exterior design and offering 7 seats.

The interior is also refurbished while the dashboard will see the use of piano black finish along with dull silver inserts. We can also expect multiple drive modes to be offered along with modern-day entertainment features as well, like a touchscreen navigation, USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Read more about Hexa here.Estimated price: Rs 10 lakh and aboveExpected engine: 2.2-litre Varicor turbo diesel (From Safari Storme) Expected launch: August 2016 Nissan X-Trail HybridAfter spending as many as 10 years in the Indian xafs Nissan decided to close the door for the X-Trail owing to its poor sales. But the India Auto Expo 2016 saw a rebirth of the X-Trail as it was showcased with a revamped hybrid engine and new features on offer. The exterior will be inspired by its global design with new elements added on a sleek overall silhouette. On the inside, we can expect seating till the third row, which means it can accommodate 7 passengers now. There will be a new infotainment system on offer along with premium features as well.

Read more about X-Trail here.Estimated price: Rs 22.6 lakhExpected engine: 2.0-litre petrol with electric motor (hybrid)Expected launch: July 2016 Jaguar F-PaceA crossover and the elite British brand Jaguar had nothing in common until the F-Pace came into life. This SUV crossover is all set to take the Indian luxury SUV xafs by storm. Its styling is as stunning as ever with a solid built body and it borrows design cues from the F-Type sportscar. The interiors offer sedan-like comfort with the premium fit and finish that we’ve all come to expect from any Jaguar. Seating 5 people on the go, it comes packed with state-of-the-art gadgets that includes a stunning infotainment system. Boot space on the other hand stands at 650 litres which can be expanded to 1740 litres. Read more about F-Pace here.Estimated price: Rs 70 lakhExpected engine: 2.0-litre and 3.0-litre diesel Expected launch: December 2016Source:

A compensation of Rs 4 lakhs has been announced for the relatives

Lightning claimed 12 lives in Ghazipur and Ballia districts of Uttar Pradesh in last 24 hours as heavy rains lashed parts of the state.Lightning killed more than 56 in Bihar over the past 24 hours as heavy rains and thunderstorms hit the state.Besides, Madhya Pradesh reported 16 deaths in the last two days though the state revenue control room here has confirmed seven. China transmission system bearings Manufacturers A compensation of Rs 4 lakhs has been announced for the relatives of the deceased. Large parts of Bhagalpur, Munger and Samastipur also recorded two deaths each, while Banka, Madhepura, Muzaffarpur and West Champaran districts registered one death each.

According to reports, six persons, including five minors , were killed in Ballia district, the six other deaths being reported from various parts of Ghazipur. “We are waiting for more reports from the affected districts.Unconfirmed reports said nine other people, all of them farm workers, were killed after being struck by lightning in six remote villages in the state. Only then will we be able to say anything regarding the final toll,” principal secretary (disaster management) said. Katihar, Saharsa and Saran districts also recorded three deaths.The disaster management team said the rural areas are in a bad condition. More deaths were reported from other areas, including Gaya and West Champaran. (Photo: PTI) Lightning killed more than 56 in Bihar over the past 24 hours as heavy rains and thunderstorms hit the state..Besides, 24 people in various districts sustained injuries due to lightning, 16 with serious injuries are from Patna itself.

A compensation of Rs 4 lakhs has been announced for the relatives of the deceased. According to officials, Tuesday’s lightning made a deep crack of almost 30m in the ground in Naubatpur block on the outskirts of Patna. Deaths were also reported from Nalanda, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Kaimur, Aurangabad and Purnea.A government spokesman said that heavy rains were recorded in Lalganj, Raniganj and Chail, each of which received 10 cm of rainfall, followed by 8 cm each in Manjhanpur and Baberu, 7 cm each in Gyanpur and Rajghat, while Mirzapur, Varanasi, Safipur, Ballia and Mau received 6 cm of rainfall each. Lightning claimed the lives of 12 people in Ghazipur and Ballia districts in Uttar Pradesh in the course of the last 24 hours when heavy rains lashed parts of the state.

We are verifying reports of the nine other deaths,” a Revenue department official said on Wednesday. Four were also injured in the incidents.While four deaths have been reported in Ghorara village, lightning claimed life of one each in the villages of Tinakapur, Budhera and Nunbaha in the district.All the seven officially confirmed deaths due to lightning were reported from Syopur district, which has been witnessing torrential rains in the past two days. A view of cracks in a field where lightning struck during Monsoon rains in Naubatpur in Patna.According to reports, while six were killed in various parts of Patna, five died in Buxar

A sexy video of the pretty woman online showed

A sexy video of the pretty woman online showed that she’s fit to rule B’town. She looked ravishing in the Arabic dancing costume.    View this post on Instagram         Bellydance video coming up soon with @shanayakapoor02 China wheel unit bearings Manufacturersbellydance #dance #bellydancing #dancing #sanjanamuthreja #artofbellydancewithsanjana #shanayakapoorA post shared by Sanjana Muthreja on Sep 27, 2019 at 1:42am PDTMeanwhile, on the work front, the pretty damsel will assist Sharan Sharma on Gunjan Saxena:

The Kargil Girl, starring her cousin Janhvi Kapoor.. # Shanaya Kapoor.A sexy video of the pretty woman online showed that she’s fit to rule B’town. Shanaya Kapoor daughter of Sanjay and Maheep Kapoor is the next star kid to watch out for.The clip shared by International belly dancer and Tahitian instructor Sanjana Muthreja showed Sanjana performing belly on the beat of a drum. It was captioned as, “Love for drum solos !!! @shanayakapoor02#bellydance #dance #music #bellydancing #turkish #artofbellydancewithsanjana #sanjanamuthreja #shanayakapoorMusic: Harem #yasarakpence    View this post on Instagram         Love for drum solos !!! @shanayakapoor02 #bellydance #dance #music #bellydancing turkish  artofbellydancewithsanjana #sanjanamuthreja #shanayakapoor Music: Harem #yasarakpenceA post shared by Sanjana Muthreja (@sanjanamuthreja) on Sep 28, 2019 at 1:36am PDTA previous Instagram boomerang posted was like a short teaser for her fans. Cinema lovers are eagerly waiting for her Bollywood debut

Their wedding is only a few weeks

On Monday, Bieber opened up in a vulnerable post about his past struggles with early fame and "heavy drug" use, sharing the dark place he was in and his road to recovery. One of the pictures shows her cuddling up to her husband as he wraps his arms around her and lovingly kisses her head. "The most perfect day with my person," she captioned, also sharing photos of the beach and their drinks.Justin lets her take the lead.Their second wedding, a religious ceremony, is just a few weeks away, and Baldwin is making sure that it&auto parts bearingss Suppliers39;s a perfect celebration."For the first time in a long time, he is really addressing the things he needs to address. Hailey is mostly involved in the planning. And just because he's not standing on the mountaintop saying, 'I take this specific medication' doesn't mean that he isn't thoughtfully figuring things out," the source said. 

 Getaways with you are all I needA post shared by Justin Bieber  on Sep 3, 2019 at 8:57pm PDTBaldwin also posted some beautiful photos from their date night.Singer-songwriter Justin Bieber spent some quality time with his wife Hailey Baldwin on a romantic getaway. # Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin."Getaways with you are all I need," the 'Sorry' singer captioned a photo of their feet in the sand with a box of drinks on the side. The pop star shared a glimpse from their date night in a post on Instagram, his second since opening up to his followers in an emotional letter he shared earlier this week.

He keeps saying that life is good, which is amazing to hear," the source added. Between work and planning their wedding, they are also super busy. A big part of that recovery, he credited to his lady love.Justin has been working in the studio. And he seems very motivated to create new music," the source told the outlet. (Photo: Instagram) Washington DC: Singer-songwriter Justin Bieber spent some quality time with his wife Hailey Baldwin on a romantic getaway.. "Justin and Hailey are having a great summer.During his recovery phase, the 'I Don't Care' singer has heavily relied on his wife, whom he married in a secret courthouse ceremony last September, and the pair even put their wedding plans on hold to work on the singer's struggles. 

The most perfect day with my person :)A post shared by Hailey Rhode Bieber (@haileybieber) on Sep 3, 2019 at 8:28pm PDTA source close to Bieber told People that the couple has had a busy summer, between all the wedding planning and work, and confirmed that the singer has been doing incredibly well with Baldwin by his side.

Their wedding is only a few weeks away and they both seem very ready.Earlier this year, in another candid Instagram post, Bieber had revealed that he had been "struggling a lot". A source confirmed to People at that time that depression was among the mental health disorders he was dealing with. He jokes that life is better when Hailey is in charge," a source close to Bieber told People."Luckily, God blessed me with extraordinary people who love me for me," he wrote after speaking about his dark past. "Now I am navigating the best season of my life 'MARRIAGE' !! Which is an amazing, crazy, new responsibility," he added. The wedding party will take place at the Montage Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina on September 30. He really seems to be back feeling more like himself

Brussels struck a deal in November with Ankara

Brussels struck a deal in November with Ankara for Turkey to help stem the flow of."Therefore, there's a need to scale up the services for both.'Make Turkey more attractive'Turkey is home to at least 2.Grappling with the influx of migrants, Brussels struck a deal in November with Ankara for Turkey to help stem the flow of migrants in return for three billion euros ($3.Maha Abdullah, 38, waiting for her 12-year-old daughter at a training centre for Syrian girls in the city of Sanliurfa founded with EU funds, said earning a living was a priority."I will continue my education with God's permission and start a life here before returning to Syria once the war is over," added Mohammed, whose own relatives left and went to Belgium.

But it has long complained of being given next to no financial help to look after them, despite spending some $8 billion itself."The World Food Programme (WFP), which has rolled out electronic vouchers for Syrian refugees to shop at superxafss, is hoping to utilise more funds after the Ankara-Brussels agreement to reach out to the most vulnerable Syrians living outside the camps.'Nothing like home'Education is one of the main challenges. In September, the Turkish government promised to double the number of Syrian refugees at school, from the current 230,000."I have no dreams of going to Europe," Mohammed, from the Syrian coastal region of Latakia, said in the Osmaniye refugee camp in southern Turkey.

EU ambassador to Turkey, Hansjorg Haber, who AFP accompanied on a visit to the Osmaniye camp, said there would be a new focus with the injection of fresh funds under the Ankara-Brussels deal."And the other is that we have to suppress human trafficking at the border with the help of Turkish police," he told AFP.Refugees in camps have access to basic services like education and healthcare. He says he now wants to graduate and build a new life in Turkey.Mohammed attended Turkish language classes and was found eligible in 2013 to attend university in the southeastern city of Mardin.

It is an ambitious one. China auto bearingss Suppliers Syrian Refugees go about their daily lives at the refugee camp in Osmaniye. Osmaniye: Mohammed, 22, has lived in Turkey for four years since fleeing Syria, just months after the civil war erupted that has torn his homeland apart. "But rent, electricity, water bills are the biggest problem. There's nothing like your homeland," Ahlem Hanefi, 33, said at the Osmaniye camp."Adding to the challenge, some 150,000 Syrian children have been born in Turkey since the start of the crisis. One is making staying in Turkey more attractive" for the Syrian refugees in the country.He said UNICEF faced a double challenge to keep up standards in the widely-praised camps and to look after the more than 85 percent of the refugees living outside the camps.2 billion) in aid for Syrian refugees. I don't want to go to Europe.2 million Syrian refugees after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared an open door policy at the onset of the war.Some refugees are angry with their fellows who risked their lives to go to Europe.

We cannot survive without working outside," said 35-year-old Azimet Tusuz, carefully examining the prices of different brands of cooking oil at the superxafs.."If we cannot provide them with minimum assistance they might be likely to move again."We have no problem with schools," she said. We are working very closely with the education ministry to make sure this target is realised," Philippe Duamelle, Turkey representative for the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), told AFP.

People are dying to go to Europe, while some are dying for their homeland in Syria.But unlike hundreds of thousands of others who this year crossed the Aegean Sea in search of better lives in Europe, he has no plans to leave.."I think we have to rely on two things. But many families bank on young men working outside to earn a living and many youth work as cheap labourers well below the average wages.

The European Union wants to see more cases like Mohammed people who find the right conditions to live in Turkey rather than travelling to Europe, and want to return to Syria when the time is right..Only around 260,000 Syrians stay in camps near the border, with the vast majority scattered throughout the country including big cities like Istanbul. It's not our job to stop migration," WFP's Turkey representative Jean-Yves Lequime said.Today, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will lead a meeting on the migrant crisis, Europe's worst since World War II, of eight European states and Turkey.Brussels struck a deal in November with Ankara for Turkey to help stem the flow of. We are not politicians

Two in two for Poonam Yadav

BANW 33-0 after 6 overs:It&pu slow rising balls Factory39;s the end of powerplay, and unlike India Bangladesh are going strong and on their way to clinch the title.This time its the veteran batswomen Mithali Raj who is sent back to the pavillion for just 11 runs. Bhatia comes down the track but misses the ball to give wicketkeeper and easy stumping opportunity.WICKET! Smriti Mandhan is gone and India receive early blow.India have so far won all the six edition, while Bangladesh are making their maiden appearance in the final.However, it all came down to the wire as Jahanara Alam successfully ran two runs between the wickets to complete a thrilling victory to the give the Women in Green a memorable win.BANW 24-0 after 5 overs:India need wickets and Bangladesh openers Ayasha Rahman and Shamima Sultana are in no mood to give away their wicket easily.

In Bangladesh’s reply, Poonam Yadav tried her best to restrict them as she finished with a spell of 4-9 from four overs, while captain Harmanpreet could just scalp one wicket.M.Kuala Lumpur: The stage is set as India Women’s team # will battle with Bangladesh Womens team for the 2018 Women’s Asia Cup T20 in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. Deepti Sharma tries to go over mid-wicket but gets a big inside edge as the ball hits her off stump. A tossed up delivery outside off and Sultana goes for drive , but edges it to Mithali Raj at cover. A divine intervention can help India make comeback. will that happen? BANW 12-0 after 2 overs:Good start by Bangladesh openers as they chase their maiden Asia cup title1st Innings:A fine half century from India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur (56 runs of 42 balls) helped India reach 112/9 in the final of Women’s Asia Cup T20 played at Kinrara Academy, Oval, Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. Salma Khatun gets the wicket.

INDW 74-7 after 15 overs:India are under the threat of being bowled out inside 100 their lowest score of the tournament.  Harmanpreet Kaur fires the ball wide outside off as  Kahtun comes down the track and looks to hit across. Rush of blood and she has hit the ball straight into the hands of Veda Krishnamurthy at long on9 needed of the final overBANW 105-5 from 19oversWICKET! Fatim Khatun is gone and Bangladesh have lost half their side. The pressure has paid off. Wicket keeper Taniya Bhatia makes no mistake in removing the bails. The batswomen have failed to stay at the crease as wickets are tumbling like pack of cards. A high full toss from the bowler which could have been called a sno ball , but Sultana stepped out of the crease and smashed the full toss ball to the fielderBANW 55-3 from 11. A victory in the final will allow the women in blue to lift the trophy for the seventh time.INDW 46-4 after 10 overs:Things have gone from bad to worse for India with three quick wickets.4 oversWICKET! Poonam Yadav gets her third wicket as Fargana Hoque departs for 11 runs. Is this the turnaround the team was looking for?WICKET!

Two in two for Poonam Yadav.INDW 107-7 after 19 overs:Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has once again led from the front as he completes her half century and also helps India cross the 100 run barrier which looked unlikely  couple of overs back.The women in blue sealed a spot in the final by comfortably beating arch-rivals Pakistan by seven wickets in the virtual semi-finals on Saturday. (Photo: PTI) Kuala Lumpur: Bangladesh women’s cricket team completed a thrilling victory to clinch the Women’s Asia Cup Twenty20 tournament by beating defending champions India by three wickets. Mithali Raj will once again look to steer the innings.Live streaming:The matches can be viewed live on Hotstar.BANW 35-2 after 7 overs:Incredible over from Poonam Yadav she picks up two wickets in two balls to bring the team back in the match.Where is the match?The match will take place at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala LumpurLive telecast and timings:The matches will be telecast on various Star Sports channels.India have been consistent throughout the tournament as they defeated their opposition with out much trouble.WICKET! Poonam Yadav gets her fourth wicket.After being sent into bat, Smriti Mandhana departed early, wickets kept on tumbling like pack of cards as other batters failed to apply themselves to the crease and gifted away their wickets playing loose shots.

The left-handed opener is run out. Taniya Bhatia is gone and the team has lost their 6th wicket.It was a below-par performance from the six-time champions India, who had earlier finished their innings at or on the Hotstar app. Harmanpreet Kaur can only watch from the other en.Lam and Rumana Ahmed in the fourth and fifth deliveries.. Harmanpreet Kaur-led India will eager to serve up the revenge in a platter in the final of the tournament.WICKET! Shikha Pandey's stay at the craese was short as she is caght behind the stumps for 1 run. Krishnamurthy goes across the stump to sweep the ball, but the delivery skids and hits the leg stump. Length ball from the bowler and Harmanpreet chops it towards the keeper. The only blip in the league stage was against Bangladesh, who went onto register their maiden win over Harmanpreet Kaur side by 7 wickets.WICKET! Veda Krishnamurthy is gone and India lose half the side.

Is this the opening that India needed for comebackWICKET! Poonam Yadav strikes gets the breakthrough. Mithali's short went past short third man as both the players ran two runs, Smriti went for third run but ended up short of the crease. IST on Sunday, June10 th.Score after 20 overs, BANW 113-7, Salma Khatun 0 , Jahanara Alam 2*; Poonam Yadav 3/6.WICKET! Sanjida Islam has thrown away her wicket.For Bangladesh Rumana Ahmad and Khadija Tul Kubra were the pick of the bowlers with two wickets apiece.WICKET!  Its looks like Indian team are in hurry to get back to the pavillion. Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur play  the magical innings yet again.India Women

Mithali Raj, Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur(c), Deepti Sharma, Veda Krishnamurthy, Anuja Patil, Jhulan Goswami, Taniya Bhatia(w), Ekta Bisht, Shikha Pandey, Poonam YadavBangladesh Women (Playing XI): Shamima Sultana(w), Ayasha Rahman, Fargana Hoque, Sanjida Islam, Fahima Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Nigar Sultana, Rumana Ahmed, Salma Khatun(c), Khadija Tul Kubra, Nahida AkterToss: Bangladesh women's team have won the toss and elected to field firstSquadsIndia Women: Mithali Raj, Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur(c), Veda Krishnamurthy, Deepti Sharma, Anuja Patil, Taniya Bhatia(w), Jhulan Goswami, Shikha Pandey, Poonam Yadav, Ekta Bisht, Jemimah Rodrigues, Pooja Vastrakar, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Mona MeshramBangladesh Women: Shamima Sultana(w), Ayasha Rahman, Fargana Hoque, Sanjida Islam, Nigar Sultana, Rumana Ahmed, Fahima Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Salma Khatun(c), Khadija Tul Kubra, Nahida Akter, Jannatul Ferdus, Panna Ghosh, Sharmin Sultana, Lily RaniWhen is the match?The match is scheduled to start at 11:30 A. the ball takes leading edge and goes straight to the fielder at mid off.INDW 16-1 after 5 overs:Not a great start for India women as opener Smriti Mandhana departs early without troubling the scoring board.INDW 112-9 after 20 overs:Harmanpreet Kaur is dismissed on the final ball of the final over as she scored 56 runs to give bowlers a chance to go at Bangladesh batting line up. WICKET! Jahanara Alam gets the breakthrough for Bangladesh.

The umpire seems to have given it not-out A referral for 'obstructing the field' was taken and the third umpire after having several looks overturned the not out decisionWICKET! This is stunning, India batting line up is slowly crumbling under pressure.WICKET! Anuja Patil is gone for obstructing the field and India have lost their 4th wicket as Bangladesh are in firm control of the match. Anuja Patil was looking for a quick single, but had to rush back to the crease. Ayasha Rahman is gone for 17 as Bangladesh lose their 1st wicket, Tossed up delivery and Rahman goes for slog but gets edge and the ball goes into ghands of Jhulan Goswami at short fine. Apart from Kaur Mithali Raj (11 runs),Veda Krishnamurthy (11 runs) and Jhulan Goswami (10 runs) were the other batswomen to  get into double digits. Flat delivery from Khadija and Mithali tried to work it on on side.Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur wagged a lone battle as wickets kept on tumbling at other end. This is incredible. Deepti Sharma, Mithali Raj and now Anuja Patil have all gone back to hut . Some tight bowling and proactive fielding from Bangladesh bowlers made it difficult for Indian batswomen to score runs freely. Nigar Sultana is caught by Deepti Sharma for 27 runs. As she turned around, she changed direction as the ball was  thrown towards non strikers end

There is no right choice between breastfeeding and breast pumping

Whereas, pumped milk is the easiest yet a hassle-free option. In fact, Khushboo Mehra, a working mother of 8-month old Adya, opted to go for breast pumping instead of breastfeeding as she had time shortage and was suffering from breast infection. Motherhood is one of its kind experience, no one shall skip the process and use any new age item to feed the baby," said Mukta Devi. Also, some believe breastfeeding is suitable as it adds up to the health of the newborn. Therefore, they push themselves to store breast milk and feed it to the child later. She also believes breastfeeding has many benefits, which keep the baby and the mother in fine fettle.World Breastfeeding Week: To choose breast feeding or pumping? Breastfeeding directly is the most hygienic, sterile and best for the baby. During breastfeeding, a woman has to go through cracked, sore, and even infected nipples.

Children, who are breastfed, for a longer period of time, have the lower chances of infection and a higher intelligence level.Further explaining the benefits of breastfeeding, gynaecologist and obstetrician from Paras Hospital, Dr Alka Kriplani said, "Breastfeeding helps to reduce the chances of breast cancer in a woman. But what about children who can&wheel bearings Manufacturers39;t be breastfed due to various reasons? For such children manual pump or electric pump is like a boon through which they can also consume mother's nourishing milk.Breast pumps are quickly gaining admiration in this regard. The more your baby is breastfed, the more milk will be produced ensuring # that the baby has enough milk," said Dr Anibha Pandey, Pediatrician, Apollo Cradle.

Therefore, there is no right choice between breastfeeding and breast pumping. In fact, the process is really easy," said Khushboo. It is very convenient as there is no need to find clean water, heat formula or pack bottles. (Photo: ANI) New Delhi: A mother's breast milk supports immune responses in her newborn till six months, further decreasing the risk of infections, malnourishment, allergies, and other complications. Not only does the process have health significance but breastfeeding brings the mother and the newborn baby emotionally close.On the other hand, there are also a few who feel breast pumping isn't a secure option and make those mothers feel stigmatised who choose breast pumping.e. I was sceptical of trying breast pump at first as I had skin infection around my breast area but once I started using it with my gynaecologist suggestion I realised there is no such danger that comes with breast pumping.Mukta Devi, the grandmother of 14-months old Satvik, consider breast pumping isn't safe and exclude bonding time among child and mother.However, breastfeeding is not easy.However, one of the key challenges in this aspect is that lactating mothers often don't get ample maternity leave.

Another expert added "No additional financial costs are required for breastfeeding."Breast pumping is the best thing ever because it gives you the freedom to do your job and have a life. It's all about the new mother's convenience. any part of the pump that comes in contact with the breast milk should be away from any human touch", recommended Dr Ranjana Becon Consultant gynaecologist, Columbia Asia Ghaziabad. Whereas, pumped milk is the easiest yet a hassle-free option in a case where the mother finds herself incapable of feeding her newborn."The breast pumps need to be sterile and breast pumping should be a 'zero contact' process, i. Breastfeeding directly is the most hygienic, sterile and best for the baby."All these new products cannot be compared to breastfeeding your baby directly.To make this cumbersome process easier and safe, lactating mothers must keep a few points on their fingertips

The hike in petrol and diesel prices at pumps

But the public angst at rising prices is justifiable as fuel costs in India are at least 60 per cent more than in Pakistan and other South Asian nations like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.  We are in a phase of the economic cycle that is unforgiving, as rising unemployment would well suggest. India’s industrial production is down, true collections from GST are yet to be computed, exports are wheel unit bearings Manufacturers not rising as the world economy is yet to fully recover from the 2008 hit, while half the country is hit by floods and other parts are suffering from extreme drought.The reason isn’t far to seek.The reason isn’t far to seek. India’s tax component in a litre of fuel is one of the world’s highest.. India’s tax component in a litre of fuel is one of the world’s highest. However, India has tried to get off the subsidy path, and is determined to do so even after not using the huge cushion tumbling oil prices had afforded the economy in reining in the fiscal deficit. So the people must pay. While it’s true subsidies, as in the extreme case of diesel that existed till some years ago, distort the xafs, a case can also be made for merited subsidies.

The clamour for the government to absorb some of the price rise is not misplaced, even if the rise is temporary in the dynamics of international oil prices. Not even the tweaked GDP growth numbers are comfortable enough at a time when the push for growth has to come from internal demand.While tinkering with the current oil prices’ mechanism is difficult, both the Centre and states need the revenue as the all macroeconomic signs indicate the economy is floundering. At a time when crude prices were tumbling earlier this year, the Centre didn’t pass on all benefits to consumers, but instead hiked excise. Where the current calculations behind fuel pricing seem distorted is in comparison to four years ago when global crude prices were at an astronomical high of $108 per barrel, and the rupee around 62 to the US dollar, when pump prices were only marginally higher than now.

The hike in petrol and diesel prices at pumps since the daily dynamic pricing mechanism started in June will continue, the petroleum minister has said. With every Indian family a customer either directly or indirectly, the impact of fuel prices is an inescapable phenomenon in a developing economy. It’s fair to say the government is on a cleft stick thanks to the economy and oil pricing reform is hardly a priority. Also, prices shot up sharply in the past three months, with petrol costlier by Rs 5 per litre and diesel by over Rs 4/litre in terms of Delhi prices. India’s tax component in a litre of fuel is one of the world’s highest. The price at pumps is more complicated than mere computing of the landed, refining and xafsing cost of a crude oil-importing nation

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