New Delhi: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor who is counting his days to return to India post his treatment, bumped into Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa on the streets of New York. The actor, who has been in New York for nearly 10 months now, seeking treatment for an unknown health condition, shared a picture on his Twitter handle with the duo along with wife Neetu Kapoor. "Bumped into Raj Kumar Rao and Pratalekha downtown. Small world!" he tweeted. Take a look at his post below: Bumped into Raj Kumar Rao and Pratalekha downtown. Small world! pic.twitter.com/0CPRbecJcv — Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) August 4, 2019 Neetu Kapoor Shares Adorable Throwback Pic Of Rishi Kapoor To Prove The Viral FaceApp Is 'Exaggerated' Neetu who frequently shares pictures of friends from the fraternity, also posted pictures on her Instagram. In one of the photographs, Rishi can be seen posing with the 'Stree' actor while the second turned out to be a 'groupfie' clicked by Neetu. "Bas chalte chalte met this … [Read more...] about PICS; Rishi and Neetu Kapoor ‘Bump’ Into Rajkummar Rao & Patralekhaa On New York Streets!
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The new gun laws, which make it easier for Texans to carry guns in public places, comes after seven people died in a shooting near the twin towns of Odessa and Midland in west Texas on Saturday and weeks after 22 people died in a shooting in a Walmart store in the Texas city of El Paso. The hashtag #boycottTX is trending on Twitter this morning among people who object to the loosened gun laws and others who now think Texas, the fourth most-visited destination in the United States, is too dangerous to visit. I will miss Texas. Loved to visit. The people are lovely. Not safe in republican states. Not safe anywhere, but especially red states. Y’all have too much love for tools of killing. Eased gun laws day after mass shooting. Sad— NeanderthalGhost (@Mydogisachonk) September 1, 2019 And as much as I love the beauty & scope of Texas, I’ll not visit again until sane gun laws are in place. It’s just too dangerous.— CareerFed (@careerfed) September 1, 2019 … [Read more...] about ‘I’ll miss Texas’: Tourists say they’re too scared to visit after new gun laws
Email By Phoebe Hosier Updated October 02, 2018 18:21:58 Photo: We need to ensure this never happens again, says the Attorney-General Elise Archer. (ABC News: Peter Curtis) Related Story: Tasmania to join national sexual abuse redress scheme Related Story: SA Catholic Church blindsided by move to scrap confession protection Related Story: 15 recommendations from the royal commission you should know about Related Story: Priests 'willing to go to jail' for not reporting child sex abuse Map: TAS Teachers, nurses and priests are among some of the professionals who could face jail time under newly proposed mandatory reporting laws, should they fail to report suspected cases of child sex abuse. The Tasmanian Government on Tuesday unveiled draft legislation that breaks "the seal of confession" in churches and makes mandatory reporting a criminal matter.Under current legislation, many public sector workers already face fines if they fail to report suspected abuse. Royal … [Read more...] about Teachers, nurses and priests could be jailed over Tasmania’s new child abuse disclosure laws
MADURAI: The principal of the government law college in Ramanathapuram district has been directed to admit a candidate for the LLB course, who was sent to prison in a criminal case, and come out on bail on Friday. S Ganesan, a resident of Trichy district, stated that his son G Karthikeyan who had completed BCA was working in Saudi Arabia for the past three years. After returning to India, he wanted to pursue law and submitted his application to the Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University for the three-year LLB degree course. In the meantime, Karthikeyan developed friendship with Dhanasekar, who was involved in a criminal case at Tirunelveli. On August 29, Karthikeyan accompanied Dhanasekar for a hearing in connection with the case at Tirunelveli. While returning in a car, a quarrel broke out between them and employees at Kappalur toll booth in Madurai district resulting in another occupant of the car, Sasikumar opening fire in the air.Following this incident, the Tirumangalam police … [Read more...] about High court asks law college to admit boy involved in criminal case
Email By Emily Baker Posted September 12, 2019 08:00:31 Photo: Archbishop Julian Porteous says the laws would deny priests the opportunity to encourage offenders to report themselves to police. (ABC News: Aneeta Bhole) Related Story: 'Lift the veil': Tasmanian Government wants priests to report child sexual abuse Related Story: Teachers, nurses and priests could be jailed over Tasmania's new child abuse disclosure laws Map: TAS The Catholic Church says it will not follow new Tasmanian laws that require priests to break the seal of confession to report suspicion of child sex abuse. Key points:New Tasmanian laws make it a criminal offence to fail to report child sex abuseTasmanian Archbishop Julian Porteous says the laws will make paedophiles less likely to come forwardCatholic historian Paul Collins says few Catholics enter the confession booth in 2019 anyway The Legislative Council yesterday passed Government legislation making religious ministry and MPs mandatory … [Read more...] about Catholic Church in Tasmania won’t follow new confession laws