Earlier today, actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra announced that she has become a mother to a baby girl, who is born through surrogacy. Shilpa wrote, "Our prayers have been answered with a miracle. With gratitude in our hearts we are thrilled to announce the arrival of our little Angel. Samisha Shetty Kundra. Born on 15th February 2020 Junior SSK in the house." … [Read more...] about Did Rangoli Chandel Take A Dig At Shilpa Shetty Kundra Over Surrogacy?
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One attempt to broadly blame the PSRB ended in embarrassment. The Malheur Enterprise, in its series with ProPublica titled “A Sick System: Repeat Attacks After Pleading Insanity,” suggested the PSRB was endangering the public. Most notably, a piece filled with statistics appeared to show that “people freed by Oregon officials after being found criminally insane are charged with new felonies more often than convicted criminals released from state prison.” But last January, after a reader had prompted a review of “the underlying data and assertions” in The Malheur Enterprise’s reporting, ProPublica posted what amounted to a series-wide retraction. They discovered that the coverage had dramatically overestimated the frequency with which people discharged by the PSRB committed new felonies — in fact, the recidivism rates of offenders released from prison were much higher. The errors were attributed to a scarcity of available data and a … [Read more...] about Pleas of Insanity: The Mysterious Case of Anthony Montwheeler
But the stars of the film are Gajraj Rao, Neena Gupta, Manurishi Chaddha and Sunita Rajwar. Gajrao Rao as Shankar Tripathi is arrogant but unintentionally funny. The actor stands out in the meatiest role of his career. Especially, his scenes with Neena Gupta are bang on. Neena Gupta as Sunaina Tripathi is a loving and badass mother. The actress has given a solid performance and managed to bring a smile on audiences’ faces with her impeccable comic timing. … [Read more...] about Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Movie Review: Ayushmann’s Film Teaches A Lesson To Homophobic People
Clapton is fearless about assessing his earliest successes, how the immediate superstar dom that came in the 1960s with Cream and Blind Faith both fed and masked his emotional insecurities. “I was so disappointed,” he says of listening to the disc of unreleased jams that came with the recent reissue of the Blind Faith album. “At the time, I thought these were magnificent things we were doing, just jamming away. But I was a kid. The only personality I had was within my fingers. I could play it, but I couldn’t say it. When we didn’t have a song, I’d just think, ‘Let’s get stoned.’ Which we did when we didn’t know what we were doing.” … [Read more...] about Clapton at the End of the Highway
The band was considering returning to its Canadian home when a friend who was working with New York manager Albert Grossman called Helm and asked if the Hawks would be willing to support Bob Dylan, who had recently gone electric on his hit single “Like a Rolling Stone” and at his infamous Newport Folk Festival performance. Helm wasn’t particularly surprised that Dylan had heard about them. “Truth was,” he said, “the Hawks were the band to know back then. It was an ‘underground’ thing We were like a state secret among hip musical people because nobody else was as tight as we were.” Before joining Dylan onstage at his August 28th, 1965, show at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in Queens, the singer told Helm, Robertson and his other accompanists, “Just keep playing, no matter how weird it gets.” Fights were breaking out between fans and detractors in the audience, Helm recalled: … [Read more...] about Levon Helm 1940-2012