In the latest episode of Choti Sardarni, Kulwant follows Vikram with a knife in her hand. Kulwant follows him to his house and hides behind the curtains. Sarab gets a call from the manager and Meher receives the call. He talks about cancelling the press con as documents are not ready yet. Kulwant’s family members are seen to be dancing and enjoying. Kulwant tries to stab Vikram while he is exercising. Vikram catches her and ties her up. Vikram tells Kulwant to introduce herself. Kulwant wonders if Maanav is acting to not remember anything. Vikram informs him that she is at a CBI officer’s house and wants to know why she is here. Vikram gives her 30 secs to answer. Kulwant calls herself Rani Roopmati and wants her sword. Vikram calls the cop and informs that she is wounded and might not be in the right state of mind. However, he tells them she might also be acting and not to release her from custody. Amrita finds Kulwant is missing in the hospital. She calls up her family … [Read more...] about Choti Sardarni update; August 12: Kulwant tries to stab Vikram
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Gold was trading higher in early trade on Wednesday on account of weak dollar amid political uncertainty after reports that said US President Donald Trump asked the FBI to end a probe into his former security adviser.The yellow metal was trading 0.51 per cent, or Rs 143, up at 28,237 per 10 gram around 10.45 am (IST), while the white metal silver was up 0.54 per cent, or Rs 211, up at Rs 38,955 per 1 kg at around the same time.On the further movement of gold, Nirmal Bang Commodities said, “We expect prices to trade higher for the day as Asian stocks slipped and the dollar was pressured after underwhelming US housing data and reports that US President Donald Trump sought an end to an FBI probe into his former security adviser.”Angel Broking seconds Nirmal Bang Commodities and said, “We expect gold prices to trade higher on Tuesday as further weakness in the Dollar index following recent news that Trump asked FBI Director James Comey to drop an investigation into former … [Read more...] about Gold, silver inch higher in morning trade; should you buy?
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Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield said it was a positive sign that all the new confirmed cases were linked to the Auckland cluster, but noted two were recorded in Tokorua, in the neighbouring Waikato region. Authorities had also identified one other probable case, Mr. Bloomfield said, in which connections still had to be traced. … [Read more...] about New Zealand reports more COVID-19 cases ahead of lockdown decision