The new Komolika of Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2, Aamna Sharif has been giving major festive fashion goals in her beautiful ethnic outfits during this holy month of Ramadan. Though the festival has come to an end, but it seems like the actress is in no mood to come out of her ethnic zone. Recently, Aamna took to her Instagram feed to share few pictures, where she was seen sporting two different ethnic ensembles- one was a pink lehenga while the other was a green crop top-skirt. Her both outfits looked perfect for bestie's sangeet. So, let us take a close look at her both outfits and find the ideal one for the special occasion. … [Read more...] about Aamna Sharif’s Pink Lehenga Or Green Crop Top-Skirt, Which One Will You Pick For Bestie’s Sangeet?
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Irrfan Khan was battling neuroendocrine tumour, a rare kind of cancer, since 2018. He was being treated in London. On 28 April 2020, he was admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai and it was reported that he had colon infection. The Paan Singh Tomar actor took his last breath in the same hospital at the age of 53. As India mourns his loss, we have curated some interesting facts related to the actor. Scroll down to read them. … [Read more...] about Irrfan Khan Passes Away: Interesting Facts About India’s Most Versatile Actor
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
Bollywood actress Alaya F is just one film old but she enjoys massive fan following on social media. She keeps treating her fans with her lovely pictures from fashion photoshoots. Recently, the diva turned cover star for Brides Today magazine's latest issue. For the digital cover shoot, Alaya was dressed up like the modern bride in a red lehenga and yellow saree with a twist. So, let us take a close look at her attire and decode it. … [Read more...] about Alaya F Turns Modern Bride As She Flaunts Her Red Lehenga And Yellow Saree With A Twist
Before applying these face masks, it is important to check that it is not going to cause any reaction to your kid's skin. To do that, apply some of the homemade mask on their wrists and do a 24-hour patch test before you go all in. Cleanse your kid's face thoroughly but gently before and after putting on the mask. Do not use fruits that have gone bad to make these masks. Do not use these masks on the kids more than twice a week. While the kids have the mask on, keep a check on them to ensure that they are not touching the mask and putting it their mouths. Do not keep these masks on your kid's face more than the specified time. If your kid has dry or sensitive skin, make sure to moisturise it after rinsing off the mask. … [Read more...] about How To Make All -Natural And Safe Homemade Face Mask For Kids