13. Irrfan Khan went on to work in many other TV shows until he got a break in Asif Kapadia's movie The Warrior in Britain. It is a historical film shot in Himachal Pradesh and in some parts of Rajasthan. The film was released in 2001 and it brought great popularity to the actor. He became a known face abroad as well. … [Read more...] about Irrfan Khan Passes Away: Interesting Facts About India’s Most Versatile Actor
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Veteran Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor passed away on 30 April 2020 after battling leukaemia for two years. The evergreen actor, who won the hearts of millions, was admitted to the Sir H N Reliance Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday, where he breathed his last. The shocking news of the demise of Rishi Kapoor shook the entire nation. The actor was under treatment in the US for over 11 months and returned to India in September 2019. … [Read more...] about Rishi Kapoor Passes Away: Lesser Known Facts About Bollywood’s Evergreen Actor
Diagnosis Of Preeclampsia The doctor will conduct a physical examination and ask the occurrence of high blood pressure during previous pregnancies if had any. Then a thorough medical history will be obtained by the doctor to identify medical conditions that can increase the risk of preeclampsia. … [Read more...] about Preeclampsia: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complications, Diagnosis & Treatment
Aamna Sharif In A Pink Lehenga Aamna Sharif was decked up in a pink lehenga, which was accentuated by golden floral and leaf patterns. She teamed her lehenga with a sleeveless halter-neck matching choli that featured embellished border. The actress draped a sheer net dupatta that had pink embroidered border. Aamna accessorised her look with a pair of gold-toned ethnic earrings and left her mid-parted tresses loose. Minimal base marked by filled brows, kohled eyes, highlighted cheekbones, and light-pink lip shade rounded out her look. … [Read more...] about Aamna Sharif’s Pink Lehenga Or Green Crop Top-Skirt, Which One Will You Pick For Bestie’s Sangeet?
Techniques, tactics, and technologies in subject control and self-defense baffle the world of police officers well before they baffle the general public—especially when definitive guidelines and application principles are not given or understood. For example, many control techniques lead to pain responses if executed with subject resistance. Continuing or exceeding this use of control beyond compliance becomes problematic from a legal standpoint. That is, once applied, has the subject now become a threat? Are they belligerent? Pepper sprays conducted energy weapons (taser), and batons, which are functional and reasonable, do not control individuals but subdue them and incapacitate them to the point that physical control (hands-on) can be established. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption