Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe Minister of Education, Hon. Akierra Misick has responded to media about the recent failing grade that her ministry and the government have received from the Opposition. Appearing quite calm, Misick told local media that she predicted the failing grades from the opposition since they represent a portion of the society who may be of the opinion that the government is not doing a good job. Hon. Misick however noted that there will be improvements.
Matt Ritchie gave a disturbing assessment of his Newcastle side suggesting the whole team lacks belief.Ritchie echoed the sentiments of manager Rafa Benitez who said they needed a “miracle” to stay up before the festive period.The Magpies are currently two points above third-bottom Southampton, having won only one of their last eight matches.They go into Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie against Championship visitors Blackburn on a run of eight defeats in 11 home league games.Virgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.Ritchie is one of the fighters in Benitez’s squad, but told the Mirror: “The whole place just lacks belief.“We have to keep believing. We are in a fight and while we knew it would be tough this season we need to roll our sleeves up and get on with it.“This is where we find out if we have got the characters and the belief and the determination to achieve what we did last season.“Hopefully we can come together and really pull through. We need to be together – everybody at the football club. Belief is the main thing, confidence and desire too.”
Rakhi SawantPR HandoutThe news of Rakhi Sawant’s hush-hush wedding spread like wildfire. Rakhi, who always managed to grab headlines, tied-the-knot in a secret ceremony with husband Ritesh, who is an NRI based in the UK. The couple exchanged vows in both, a Hindu and a Christian ceremony at JW Marriott in Mumbai. Prior to this, the couple also did a court marriage and got their marriage officially registered.In an interview with Spotboye, Rakhi Sawant revealed how husband Ritesh proposed to her and how it all panned out. Talking about the same, Rakhi said that she told Ritesh ‘Dil mein ghanti nahi bajti’. To which, Ritesh asked, ”Mere liye dil mein ghanti bajti hai kya?’ Rakhi asked him to give her some time to think over it and with time realised that she was falling-in-love with him. She said that they met for they met for the first time just 15 days before the wedding when he had come down and she realised he was the man for her.Rakhi also revealed that after knowing him, she prayed very hard to Jesus that she must become his wife. “Woh khawish toh poori ho gayi. God has been kind to me so far,” Rakhi told Spotboye.Talking about why she kept her wedding a secret and lied about it, Rakhi said, “Main dar gayi thi, haan maine shaadi kar li hai. I am confirming the news with you today.”Rakhi and Ritesh are planning to have a baby in 2020. Rakhi has also said that people would get to see her husband when they go for their pre-baby shoot and has also revealed that husband Ritesh is a very private person and wouldn’t like him to be under the media spotlight.
A Prothom Alo IllustrationA man was killed in what the police called gunfight with them in Lalpur upazila of Natore early Saturday, reports news agency UNB.The deceased, identified as Manikuzzaman Manik, 48 of Ishwardi upazila in Pabna, was an accused in a college student murder case, the law enforcement said.Saikat Hasan, officer-in-charge of Natore Detective Branch of police, said police arrested Manik, also a member of a hijacking gang, from Rooppur of Pabna district on Friday.The police launched a drive to arrest the other members of the gang after he had given information to the law enforcement about them.When they reached Tofakata intersection, his associates opened fire on the law enforcers, forcing them to shot back in self defence around 2:00am, triggering a gunfight.Police rescued bullet-hit Manik and took him to upazila health Complex where physicians declared him dead, he added.The OC said police arrested Manik while investigating a case filed for killing of a college student on 5 July at Baraigram, Natore.Manik was accused in a dozen of murder and hijacking cases, the OC added.According to the human rights body, Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK), at least 421 people were killed in alleged gunfights, crossfires or shootouts with the law enforcement agencies in 2018.In the first five months of 2019, the number of such killing was at least 162, the rights body said on its website.
Protect your skin from the sun as well as chemical colours by applying a sunscreen with SPF higher than 20, half an hour before stepping out of your house, suggests Shikhee Agrawal, Head-Training, The Body Shop India. She further suggests some basic routine to follow before and after the celebration to avoid getting blemishes.Before:Don’t ignore fingernails: Fingernails are as important as your face especially on the day of Holi where the sensitivity of your cuticles and nails are quite evident. So it is best to pay attention to areas like your fingernails and apply transparent nail varnish, polish or a petroleum jelly as a protective coating. This helps to protect the nails from absorbing Holi colours and keep stains off. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfOiling to the rescue: Holi colours can presumably damage your hair to a great extent. Applying coconut or even a normal hair oil, half an hour before stomping out can cut back the damage scope to a nominal level. The oil with its natural ingredients will make a shield on your hair to reduce the ill effect of harmful colours and will make it easy for you to get rid of it later.Lip balm: As there’s always a risk of colour entering into your mouth through lips, it would be nice to apply a thick layer of lip balm jelly generously over them so that the Holi colour does not stick to them. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAfter:Cleansing the right way: Once all the celebration gets over, comes the real problem of removing the colours from your face. First, rinse the face with plain water and then apply a cleansing cream or face lotion over it so that it gets clean from deep within. It’s suitable to use a cleanser containing less of chemicals and more of natural ingredients to get rid of all the toxic substances. Shampoo and conditioner: Wash off the impurities and colours with a good hair shampoo. Also, once you are done with the washing part, don’t forget to apply conditioner as your hair needs to have the nourishment, shine and strength that a good conditioner offers to give.Eye Cream: It is important to apply a good and efficient eye cream full of vitamin E before dozing off to sleep. This will make you feel fresh the next morning and will clear your dark circles and patches overnight.