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Bigg Boss 14: Rubina Dilaik complaints about Salman Khan's comment; says latter disrespected her and husb - Times of India
The actress opened about feeling disrespected on the show. Although, she accepted and agreed to the facts that she
In the latest episode of Bigg Boss 14, Rubina Dilaik was called in the confession room by Bigg Boss, who asked her if she was fine. Rubina went on to complain about being upset at host Salman Khans words. The actress opened about feeling disrespected on the show. Although, she accepted and agreed to the facts that she has not watched the show and is a failure but said that she was hurt with the fact that Salman addressed her husband as a samaan and her belongings as kachra in the previous episode. Rubina said that Salmans statement, yeh samaan aap lekar aayi hain was like a punch in the gut. She went on to say that whatever was said by the host was disrespectful. The Shakti- Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki actress also said that she and her husband Abhinav, were not desperate to get into the show and that she believes in mutual respect. She went ahead and said, If I am not respected, I cant work through. I cant function like that. In response to this, Bigg Boss tried to explain and clarify that Salman was only trying to make them understand in his own way, and it was in no way meant to disrespect anybody. He further told her that it is all about perception, and she should try to understand from Salmans perspective. Rubina said that we are both professional individuals and it was she who convinced him to come along in the show. But that does not mean that he can be called samaan. Furthermore, when asked Rubina said, main aise mahaul mein kaam nahi kar sakti and left the decision on to Bigg Boss. Bigg Boss asked her if she wants to quit the show, she left the decision to Bigg Boss. Seeing things going nowhere, Bigg Boss called her hsuband Abhinav Shukla inside the confession room. Later, after much discussion, he tried to elucidate that if whatever was said humorously then they should not let it affect them much. Bigg Boss even added that the team can inform host Salman Khan to never joke with the couple in any future episodes. The couple immediately stated that no they would not like things go that way. Finally, Rubina decided to clarify the matter with Salman Khan and try to settle in.
Common smartphone injuries and how can you avoid them - Times of India
We live in a world where technology dominates everything. From toasters to dryers, laptops to cars, we are surrounded by technologies that have made our life easy and comfortable. Another addition to this long list is cell phones. No doubt it has made things …
We all love a big-screen smartphone. Watching movies, playing games, it all seems so wonderful on a big-screen phone. But what suffers is your little finger. The bent, dented and deformed pinky finger when using the too-big smartphone can be temporary, but over the time it can turn into something serious like Dupuytren’s contracture. To prevent this, stop holding your phone for a long time.
What are the treatment options for Covid-19? - Bangalore Mirror
In the United States, no treatments are specifically approved for Covid-19, but a few have been authorized for emergency use and several more are being considered. A panel of experts convened by the
There are several, and which one is best depends on how sick someone is. For example, steroids such as dexamethasone can lower the risk of dying for severely ill patients. But they may do the opposite for those who are only mildly ill. In the United States, no treatments are specifically approved for Covid-19, but a few have been authorized for emergency use and several more are being considered. A panel of experts convened by the National Institutes of Health updates guidelines as new studies come out. Here's what's advised for various patients: -- Not hospitalized or hospitalized but not needing extra oxygen: No specific drugs recommended, and a warning against using steroids. -- Hospitalized and needing extra oxygen but not a breathing machine : The antiviral drug remdesivir , given through an IV, and in some cases also a steroid. -- Hospitalized and on a breathing machine: Remdesivir and a steroid. What about convalescent plasma, an infusion of blood from a Covid-19 survivor that contains antibodies that fight the virus? Not enough is known to recommend for or against it, the guidelines say. However, enough is known to advise against hydroxychloroquine and certain drugs that affect the immune system -- multiple studies have found them ineffective against the coronavirus . Aside from drugs, doctors have learned more about ways to treat hospitalized patients, such as putting them on their bellies and other measures that may prevent the need for breathing machines.
The exact number of calories you should eat to lose weight - Times of India
Creating a calorie deficit is the first crucial step towards losing weight.
1. Harris Benedict Equation Male: (88.4 + 13.4 x weight in kilograms) + (4.8 x height in centimeters) – (5.68 x age) Female: (447.6 + 9.25 x weight in kilograms) + (3.10 x height in centimeters) – (4.33 x age) 2. Mifflin-St Jeor Equation: MEN: BMR = 10W + 6.25H - 5A + 5 For women: WOMEN: BMR = 10W + 6.25H - 5A - 161
Kamal Nath's item remark unfortunate, says Rahul; former MP CM refuses to apologise - Times of India
India News: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that he does not approve of the 'item' remark made by former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath aga
#WATCH It is Rahul Gandhi's opinion. I have already clarified the context in which I made that statement... Why sho https://t.co/YKdbob33Gn — ANI (@ANI) 1603184828000
Indian Idol judge Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh dance their hearts out at Roka ceremony; watch video f - Times of India
Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh had a grand roka ceremony recently and the couple shared a video from the event. A
During the 'To be Confirmed' task, a huge fight takes place among the contestants, and senior Gauahar Khan loses her calm. She yells and asks if there is any value to the rules being made here. Sidharth Shukla is seen smiling and tells his teammates that they can do whatever they want, but win this task.
PM Narendra Modi to share message with nation today at 6pm - Times of India
India News: PM Modi will share a message with the nation at 6 pm on Tuesday. "Will be sharing a message with my fellow citizens at 6 pm this evening," he said in
6 Will be sharing a message with my fellow citizens at 6 PM this evening. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1603179161000
HUL Q2 results: Net profit rises 9% to Rs 1,974 crore; Rs 14 per share dividend announced - Economic Times
Its revenue from sales of products came in at Rs 11,510 crore, up 15.19 per cent from Rs 10,223 crore a year ago.
Hindustan Unilever (HUL) on Tuesday reported an 8.6 per cent rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 1,974 crore for the quarter ended September. The company had reported a net profit of Rs 1,818 crore in the same quarter a year ago. Its revenue from sales of products came in at Rs 11,510 crore, up 15.19 per cent from Rs 10,223 crore a year ago. The board also declared an interim dividend of Rs 14 per share. In the context of a challenging economic environment, our growth has been competitive and profitable. We continue to demonstrate execution prowess, agility, adaptability, resilience and passion of our people, said CMD Sanjiv Mehta. Mehta said the companys operations and service levels are now back to pre-Covid levels and they have accelerated the pace of digitizing the operations under the re-imagine HUL agenda. The economic outlook has improved given the various initiatives taken by the government and Reserve Bank of India. In our sector, rural markets have been resilient but the demand in urban India, especially in metropolitan cities has been muted. We believe that the worst is behind us and we are cautiously optimistic on demand recovery, he added. HUL said its household care segment delivered strong performance across all segments led by continued penetration gains. While in fabric wash, they have reduced the prices to pass on benefits of lower commodity costs to consumers, the category consumption of laundry has been adversely impacted due to confined living. Continued focus on driving market development has enabled us to grow our liquids and fabric sensations segments strongly, the company said in a release. The companys skin cleansing segment grew in double digits on back of a very strong performance in Lifebuoy and a good delivery in Lux. Its hand sanitizers and handwash segments continued to gain penetration and have delivered robust growths. Its oral care grew in double digits with accelerated momentum in Close Up, while hair care also grew in double digits. Our strong savings funnel, judicious and calibrated pricing in tea, synergies in nutrition have enabled us to successfully manage headwinds of commodity inflation and adverse mix, HUL said in a release. We have significantly increased our investments behind our brands and our spends continue to be competitive, it added. At 2:46 pm, the stock was up 0.32 per cent at Rs 2,185.80, while the benchmark Sensex traded 0.30 per cent higher at 40,552.83.
Government considers trade talks with Taiwan as both spar with China - Times of India
India Business News: Support is growing within India’s government to formally start talks on a trade deal with Taiwan as both democracies see relations with China deterior
#Taiwan is lucky to be home to many Indian restaurants, & Taiwanese people love them. I always go for chana masala https://t.co/BqDk9C6LvU — Tsai Ing-wen (@iingwen) 1602739005000
25 years of ‘DDLJ’: Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol update their names on Twitter to Raj and Simran - Times of India
Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ has completed 25 years today. On the occasion of DDL
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, who is battling cancer, has responded "very well" to the medical treatment, according to a family member. In August, the 61-year-old actor had announced that he would be taking a break from his professional commitments to focus on medical treatment.