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BJP should give account of 15 years of rule in MP: Kamal Nath
Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath on Saturday said the BJP should give account of its 15-year-long rule in the state before asking about the performance of the previous Congress-led government that was in power for 15 months.

Farm bills undermine food security system: Congress
"Every political party has to take a stand - is it with the farmers or is it with the BJP threatening the livelihood of farmers," Chidambaram said.

Opposition attacks govt on several issues in Rajya Sabha: COVID-19, ordinances, migrants
Participating in a debate on The Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Bill, 2020, they also charged the government with entering into the "league of three democracies" in the world that promote what they called 'ordinance raj'.

PMLA court allows Deepak Kochhar's request to be treated at a private hospital for Covid-19
A special Prevention of Money Laundering (PMLA) court here on Saturday allowed businessman Deepak Kochhar’s request to get treated at a private hospital in Delhi for Covid-19.

Sena questions Modi govt's policies, praises Vajpayee-era NDA
In an editorial in its mouthpiece 'Saamana', the Sena said the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) during the time of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and senior BJP leader L K Advani was "different" as they used to "treat the NDA constituents with respect and consult with them".

Rajya Sabha passes bill to punish those attacking healthcare workers
The Rajya Sabha on Saturday passed a legislation that provides for up to five years in jail for those attacking doctors and healthcare workers fighting the COVID-19 outbreak or during any situation akin to the current pandemic.

Downward trend in Delhi's COVID-19 positivity rate in last few days: Satyendar Jain
"The positivity rate was 6.76 per cent on Friday. It has remained below 7 percent in the last two-three days. Last week, it was around 8 per cent," he said.

Opposition asks govt for relief to common man on lines of pause in insolvency proceedings against firms
Participating in a debate, K K Ragesh of CPI (M) said FM Nirmala Sitharaman and other members have told the House that the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill has been brought to save businesses and corporates. "Why the same logic is not applied in the case of farmers? Farmers are also bankrupt.

Defence forces monitor PLA moves at 6 areas along LAC in Arunachal
Indian defence forces have raised the level of preparedness and alertness to monitor Chinese activities at all “six disputed areas” and “four sensitive areas” in the war theatre of 1962 in Arunachal Pradesh. Four of the disputed areas are in Asapila, Longzu, Bisa and Majha in Upper Subansiri district where the PLA has already built a road through Bisa from one point to another.

How border tension with China hit Indian startups
Rarely have two words in an obscure document like IPO prospectus raised as many eyebrows as the use of “significant influence” by Ant Group. A part of the Chinese Alibaba Group, Ant used the term to describe its 30% stake in the Noida-based One97 Communications, Paytm's parent company. Paytm said 'Significant influence’ is an accounting term and doesn't imply firm's nationality.

Covid live: Karnataka deputy CM tests positive
India has overtaken the United States to register the highest number of Covid-19 recoveries in the world, informed Union health ministry today. The total recoveries in the country crossed 42 lakh. Stay with TOI for live updates

'Spying for Chinese intelligence': 3 arrested
The Delhi Police on Saturday said it has arrested a Chinese woman and her Nepalese associate, and claimed that they were paying huge amounts of money to freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma for allegedly passing sensitive information to "Chinese intelligence". "Huge number of mobile phones, laptops and other incriminating material have been recovered," police said.

'Parl session may be cut short as Covid cases rise'
Parliament session that began this week is likely to be cut short after 30 lawmakers were found infected with the coronavirus, two senior parliament officials said, as the number of cases rose to 5.3 million. The Parliament met for the first time in six months on Sept 14 and was to function until Oct 1, but the two officials said its duration could be reduced by a week.

Live: LS speaker calls for urgent meeting at 5pm
Bill to reduce salaries, allowances of Members of Parliament, and ministers by 30 per cent were passed unanimously in the Rajya Sabha on Friday. Stay here for all live updates

Farm bills undermine food security system: Cong
The farm bills brought by the government undermine the food security system, the Congress claimed on Saturday and urged opposition parties to collectively oppose the bills so that they do not become law in their present form. P Chidambaram said, "Every political party has to take a stand — is it with farmers or is it with BJP threatening the livelihood of farmers."

Thunderstorm to strike parts of India in next 12 hrs
Moderate thunderstorm with lightning is very likely over isolated places across the country during the next 12 hours, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday afternoon. Thunderstorms with lightning are expected to occur over Odisha, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh among other places.

Zelina Vega Reminds Vince Mcmahon of His Daughter Stephanie Mcmahon

Zelina Vega Reminds Vince Mcmahon of His Daughter Stephanie McmahonAllegedly Vince McMahon told Zelina Vega that she is one of his favourites and is one of the reasons that he watches RAW.

Liverpool Signs Thiago, Adds New Dimension To Its Midfield

Liverpool Signs Thiago, Adds New Dimension To Its MidfieldLiverpool completed the signing of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich on Friday, bringing in one of the world's most technically gifted players to add another dimension to the English champions' midfield.

After Harsimrat's resignation, now Dushyant Chautala faces heat, meets Khattar

After Harsimrat's resignation, now Dushyant Chautala faces heat, meets KhattarThe resignation of Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, a member of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), over farm laws has now sparked tensions in Haryana, another state governed by BJP. In the state, JJP's Dushyant Chautala is facing ire, with a call for his resignation growing louder. Chautala, the Deputy Chief Minister, met CM Manohar Lal Khattar, today to discuss pressing matters. Here's what happened.

Sexually Assaulted Kerala COVID-19 Patient Attempts Suicide

Sexually Assaulted Kerala COVID-19 Patient Attempts SuicideDoctors believe that the trauma she suffered in the ambulance and the COVID disease could have been the reason.

Bengaluru drug case: Missing son of ex-Karnataka minister Aditya Alva allegedly dealt in ecstacy pills at farmhouse parties

Bengaluru drug case: Missing son of ex-Karnataka minister Aditya Alva allegedly dealt in ecstacy pills at farmhouse partiesSo far 12 people have been arrested in the Bengaluru drug case, including actors Ragini Dwivedi and Sanjjanaa Galrani, who are currently in judicial custody

With a Capacity to Hold 1,350 Members, Here's What India's New Parliament Complex Will Look Like

With a Capacity to Hold 1,350 Members, Here's What India's New Parliament Complex Will Look LikeTata Projects recently won the bid to construct the new Parliament complex at a cost of Rs 861.90 crore.

IPL 2020: Complete Team Squads, Full Player Lists of All 8 Teams

IPL 2020: Complete Team Squads, Full Player Lists of All 8 TeamsIPL 2020: Complete Team Squads, Full Player Lists of All 8 Teams. Here’s a look at the complete team squads ahead of the IPL 2020

Democrats Warn GOP: Fill Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat And We'll Nix The Filibuster

Democrats Warn GOP: Fill Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat And We'll Nix The FilibusterDemocrats and progressive activists vowed to eliminate the filibuster andpossibly even expand the US Supreme Court if Republicans fill the seat ofJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday from complications of cancer.

Arrested freelance journalist shared sensitive information to Chinese intelligence from 2016-18: Delhi Police
Hours after Delhi Police arrested freelance journalist along with a Chinese woman and her Nepali associate on Saturday (September 19, 2020) in connection with sharing sensitive information to China, the Delhi Police said that the
BJP issues whip to its MPs ahead of Rajya Sabha showdown over farm bills
The ruling BJP on Saturday issued a 3-line whip to all its Rajya Sabha members to be present on Sunday when the 3 contentious farm Bills are slated to be introduced in the Upper House. The farms Bills, already passed by the Lok S
Indian monsoon can be predicted better after volcanic eruptions, says Indo-German research team
The findings can also help further developing climate models and could in fact also help to assess the regional implications of geoengineering experiments. 
2 terror associates arrested in Jammu and Kashmir`s Pulwama; incriminating material of Hizbul Mujahideen, Al-Badr outfits seized
Police recovered incriminating material of proscribed terror outfits Hizbul Mujahdeen and Al-Badr from the possession of arrested terror associates.
India surpasses US to become country with highest number of global COVID-19 recoveries
India recorded 95,880 coronavirus recoveries in the last 24 hours.
Decommissioned aircraft carrier INS `Viraat` on final voyage to Gujarat, to be dismantled and sold as scrap
The de-commissioned aircraft carrier INS Viraat, which was in service for 30 years, moves out of the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai on Saturday (September 19, 2020) for a ship-breaking yard in Gujarat.
Narendra Modi govt passed farms bills without consulting allies, rift widening in NDA: Shiv Sena
The Shiv Sena on Saturday yet again questioned the Narendra Modi government's policies on economy, trade and agriculture, and alleged that it was moving towards privatisation of airports, Air India and railways and giving the con
Jammu and Kashmir L-G Manoj Sinha announces Rs 1350 crore economic package for UT
The economic package was announced days after Kashmir Trade Alliance (KTA) had earlier stated that due to coronavirus pandemic lockdown businessmen have incurred huge losses.
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IPL 2020 - MS Dhoni's three-word response to Deepak Chahar's query is brilliant
Deepak Chahar, who is one of the key members of the CSK bowling unit for IPL 2020, received a peculiar response from skipper MS Dhoni when asked about his role.

Real-life experiences help me shape my character on-screen in 'Anupamaa': Rushad Rana
His on-screen character is currently going through a separation, and talking about the same, the actor said his real life experiences of going through a divorce makes it easier for him to relate to it.

TRS to oppose 'anti-farmer' Bills in Rajya Sabha
The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) on Saturday announced that it will oppose the Farm Bills in the Rajya Sabha, saying they would be an injustice to the farm sector in the country.

IPL 2020 set to break every viewership record
IPL 2020 is set to break all viewership records from the previous 12 seasons as per Chairman Brijesh Patel.

'My character is very dabbang': Sapna Sikarwar on playing a cop in 'Excuse Me Maadam'
Talking about her character, she said, "I am playing a lady cop in the show. My character is very dabbang and she is very strict in the police station and as well as at her home."

IPL 2020 - Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab look to give 'Northern Derby' a healthy look
Delhi Capitals will take on Kings XI Punjab in the second encounter of IPL 2020 and they will be hoping to get momentum on their side as both sides bid for their first-ever IPL title.

Rajya Sabha passes Epidemic Diseases Amendment Bill to prevent offences against healthcare workers
The Rajya Sabha on Saturday passed the Epidemic Diseases Amendment Bill, 2020, to prevent offences against healthcare professionals, according to Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan.

Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor remember US SC Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on her demise
Actresses Jacqueline Fernandez, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu too took to their social media handle to pay their tributes.

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IPL 2020: The players who could become new cricket superstars
The 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League begins on Saturday.

IPL 2020: The world's biggest T20 cricket competition kicks off on Saturday
Who plays for who? Who are the favourites? Who should I look out for? Find out in our 2020 IPL preview.

How stolen Hindu idols were discovered in UK
Officials in India and the UK worked together to find the bronze sculptures.

India's Covid crisis sees rise in child marriage and trafficking
Reports of under-age marriage and child labour rose as the lockdown pushed people deeper into poverty.

Tata to build new India parliament
The new building will replace the existing colonial-era structure and will be completed by 2022.

IPL social: Dhoni, Watson, Kohli, Neesham, Russell, Rashid
Veterans MS Dhoni and Shane Watson show they've still got it while international stars arrive in UAE ahead of Saturday's opener, plus more in this week's IPL social.

India's coronavirus infections top five million mark
The country has been adding more than 90,000 cases every day as it continues to reopen.

Recovering from Covid-19 in India: 'I can't get the images out of my head'
Many patients are at the risk of suffering from PTSD, but India lacks infrastructure to treat them.

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Republican camp could garner more support from Indian Americans than before: Atlantic Council
While the Indian-American community is not a monolith and the Democrats will get support from the Indian Americans, the preference of some members of the community are shifting, claimed the study “The Indian American Voter in 2020” published on September 9.

More Indians in Singapore returning home due to job losses: Envoy
"On an average, about 100 Indian nationals in Singapore continue to register daily with the High Commission here for flights back home, with over 11,000 having registered so far," Indian High Commissioner P Kumaran said on Wednesday.

Seven Indian-Americans in Forbes' list of richest people in US
The 2020 Forbes list of 400 Richest People in America has been topped by Bezos, 56 who has a net worth of USD 179 billion and has occupied the spot of the richest person in the US for the third year in a row. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Cofounder Bill Gates is ranked second on the list with a net worth of USD 111 billion.

Indian-origin Pritam Singh formally takes charge as first Leader of the Opposition in Singapore
Singh's Workers' Party won 10 parliamentary seats out of the 93 it contested in the July 10 General Election, making it the biggest opposition presence in Singapore's parliamentary history.

Indian software engineer becomes US citizen in rare ceremony at White House hosted by Trump
In a naturalisation ceremony hosted by Trump at the White House, Sudha Sundari Narayanan, a software developer from India, was among those sworn in as American citizens.

Call center fraud: Indian pleads guilty in telemarketing scam in the US
Under the scam, call center operators falsely represented themselves to be associated with Microsoft Corporation, falsely represented to victims that malware or viruses had been detected on their computers, and offered supposed services to remove the malware, according to the Department of Justice.

Indian-Americans conduct fundraising for the senatorial campaign of Congressman Joe Kennedy
Joe, grandson of US Senator and US Attorney General Robert F Kennedy, grandnephew of former president John F. Kennedy and Senator Ted Kennedy, and great-grandson of former US Ambassador to the UK Joseph P. Kennedy Sr, is running against incumbent Senator Ed Markey.

Indian-origin expert leads UK's major breast cancer radiotherapy study
Professor Jayant Vaidya, Professor of Surgery and Oncology at University College London (UCL) Surgery & Interventional Science and lead author of the study published in the 'British Medical Journal' on Thursday, said the 'Targeted Intraoperative Radiotherapy' (TARGIT-IORT) means a quicker recovery period from breast cancer and his team's findings should pave the way for it to be more widely available.

Anbumani Ramadoss urges Centre not to give approval for Mekedatu dam
The Centre should take back all permissions given so far for the dam, the PMK youth wing leader said in a statement

Congress justifies objection to farm bills despite promising similar reforms in 2019 manifesto
Chidambaram accuses BJP of “surrendering to corporates and traders”

Three suspected militants held in J-K’s Rajouri
Three suspected militants were arrested on Saturday in a counter-insurgency operation in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. A huge c

Farmers’ Produce Bill will affect welfare measures, says Rajasthan Agriculture Minister
The market fee and farmers’ welfare cess will come down sharply in the coming years, adversely affecting mandis and various welfare measures for agriculturists as a result of the Farmers’ Produce Trade & Commerce Bill, says Lalchand Kataria in an interview to The Hindu. Excerpts:

BJP should give account of 15 years of rule in M.P., says Kamal Nath
The former Chief Minister was responding to State BJP spokesman Rajneesh Agrawal’s remarks demanding account of the Congress’s 15-month rule in the State.

TRS to vote against farm Bills in Rajya Sabha
TRS president and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has asked the party MPs of the Upper House to stoutly oppose the three Bills and vote against them

Incidents of violence against health workers declined dramatically after ordinance: Health Ministry
Moving an amendment bill in this regard for passage in the Upper House, the Health Minister said after the ordinance, such incidents against healthcare workers have declined.

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India's "Biggest" Film City Will Come Up In UP: Chief Minister Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday announced to set up the country''s "biggest" film city in the state''s Gautam Buddh Nagar, officials said.
Virat Kohli Recreates AB De Villiers' Famous 'Superman' Catch In Training
Virat Kohli's physical prowess was on full display during a RCB training session, where he recreated AB de Villiers' famous 'Superman' catch from the 2018 edition of the IPL.
"Our Revenge Is Certain, Serious, Real": Iran To US On Soleimani Killing
Iran's Revolutionary Guards chief said Saturday that Tehran will avenge the US killing of its top commander General Qasem Soleimani by targeting only those involved, in an "honourable" retaliation.
Farm Bills In Rajya Sabha: BJP Has Slim Lead Over Opposition In Numbers Game
The Rajya Sabha is set for a Sunday showdown over the farm bills, with the BJP and the Congress actively reaching out to various parties in a bid to engineer enough support to either pass or shoot...
Watch: MS Dhoni Gears Up For IPL 2020 Opener In New Training Video
IPL 2020, CSK vs MI: Chennai Super Kings shared a training video of captain MS Dhoni, ahead of the first match of IPL 2020, where they will face Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians.
7 Interesting Cocktail Recipes From Virginia To Impress Your Guests
Looking for a unique cocktail recipe for your next house party? Here we have have a surprise for you! These cocktail recipes will grab all the limelight in no time.
"Sense Of Unpredictability": Tendulkar Opens Up On CSK vs MI IPL Rivalry
IPL 2020: Batting great Sachin Tendulkar opened up about what makes CSK vs MI match-up so intense and what he expects from the tournament's opening clash.
Application For BTech Programme At IIIT Naya Raipur 2020 Starts
IIIT Naya Raipur 2020 BTech Admission: Candidates with the required eligibility can register for the online application for the undergraduate BTech programmes in IIIT Naya Raipur till October 15 for...
Parliament LIVE Updates: Labour ministry introduces 3 bills in LS; Sitharaman to move Taxation Bill soon

Parliament LIVE Updates: Labour ministry introduces 3 bills in LS; Sitharaman to move Taxation Bill soonParliament LIVE Updates: MoS Labour and Employment Santosh Kumar Gangwar sought to introduce three bills in the Lok Sabha on Saturday: The Occupational Safety, Health And Working Conditions Code, 2020, The Industrial Relations Code, 2020, The Code On Social Security, 2020.

9 Suspected Jihadists Arrested by NIA Were Promised Weapons by al-Qaeda Commander Based in Pak: Sources

9 Suspected Jihadists Arrested by NIA Were Promised Weapons by al-Qaeda Commander Based in Pak: SourcesThe NIA investigators said they had found pipes, wires, switches, and bolts meant to be used as shrapnel in searches, along with jihadist literature, in searches targeting the homes of the nine arrested men.

Centre has surrendered to corporates, traders: Chidambaram on farm bills

Centre has surrendered to corporates, traders: Chidambaram on farm billsNew Delhi [India], September 19 (ANI): Urging the opposition parties to join hands against the agriculture-related Bills recently passed by the Lok Sabha, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government has surrendered to the will of the corporations and traders.

Centre to Withdraw 3 Labour Ministry Bills in Lok Sabha For Reintroduction

Centre to Withdraw 3 Labour Ministry Bills in Lok Sabha For ReintroductionMinister of State with independent charge in the Ministry of Labour and Employment Santosh Kumar Gangwar will move these bills for their withdrawal to reintroduce fresh Bills for consideration.

Academic Bank of Credits in NEP would be of great help to students says President Kovind

Academic Bank of Credits in NEP would be of great help to students says President KovindNew Delhi [India], September 19 (ANI): Hailing the National Education Policy 2020, President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday said that the Academic Bank of Credits is "a major shift" in policy which would be of "great help" to students.

CBI Files Supplementary Charge Sheet Against 15 Including Christian Michel in AgustaWestland Case

CBI Files Supplementary Charge Sheet Against 15 Including Christian Michel in AgustaWestland CaseThe charge sheet filed before Special Judge Arvind Kumar in Delhi's Rouse Avenue Court, does not name former Defence Secretary Shashi Kant Sharma, according to the sources. On September 11, the probe agency had sought sanctions to prosecute him.

Hyderabad FC Signs Spanish Defender Odei Onaindia
Hyderabad FC on Saturday announced the signing of Spanish defender Odei Onaindia for one year ahead of the Indian Super League season beginning in November. The 30-year-old joins Hyderabad FC from Spanish Segunda (second) Division side CD Mirandes and is the ISL club's fifth new foreign recruit.

UP STF Arrests Man For "Duping" 600 People Of 60 Cr
The Uttar Pradesh police on Saturday arrested a man for allegedly duping over 600 people of around Rs 60 crore on the promise of a 60 percent return on their investments. The Special Task Force of the UP police said it arrested the racket's mastermind, Hari Om Yadav, from Chandpur village in Sultanpur Road here under Gosaiganj police station at around 5 am.

Virus Spurs USD 7 Bn Tech Push For German Schools
Berlin (AP) German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need for massive upgrades of school technology around the country. Merkel said Saturday during her weekly video podcast that teachers were left scrambling to teach courses virtually when schools closed at the start of the country's outbreak..

'Govt Should Admit that Country is at Community Spread Stage': Delhi Health Minister Takes Dig at Centre
India recorded 93,337 new infections in the last 24 hours, and has been posting the highest single-day caseload in the world since early August.

Maha: Man Jumps To Death From Hospital Building In Palghar
A 42-year-man jumped to death from the second floor of a hospital in Boisar of Maharashtra's Palghar district on Saturday, police said. The incident took place in the early hours of the day, when Chandrakant Chowdhary jumped out of a window on the second floor of the hospital, the station house officer of the Boisar police station said.

HP's MMKSY Helps Rejuvenate Barren Land With Solar Fencing, Attracts Farmers' Praise
Faced with farmers abandoning agriculture due to wild animal attacks on their crops, the Himachal government has launched a scheme to provide for fencing around farmlands, including solar fencing, attracting fulsome praise from beneficiaries. The scheme was launched under the Mukhyamantri Khet Sansarakshan Yojna (MMKSY), which provides a 50 percent subsidy on barbed wire and chain link fencing, 70 percent on composite fencing and 85 percent on solar fencing, said DC Kangra Rakesh Prajapati.

VVIP Chopper Scam: CBI Files Supplementary Charge Sheet Against Christian Michel, Rajeev Saxena Among Others
The court is likely to take up the matter for consideration on September 21. According to the sources, the probe report filed on Friday details the alleged role played by Michel, Saxena and others in bringing bribes for politicians, bureaucrats and Indian Air Force (IAF) officials in India in the scam.

Maha: 22 Per Cent Suspects Tested COVID-19 Positive In Thane
At least 22 per cent of 7.12 lakh suspects tested for coronavirus so far in Maharashtra's Thane district have turned out be positive for the infection, an official said on Saturday. As many as 7,12,567 persons have been tested so far, of which 1,55,314 had contracted the infection, the official said.

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'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'

Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'

Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.

How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.

This athlete's fitness journey will baffle you
Raipur's Nami Rai didn't let marriage or lack of sporting facilities affect her love for fitness.

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY
'I am 51 now. I think I can do action till 56.' 'After that, God knows.'

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