Singer Adnan Sami has replied to a social media troll, who asked the singer about his father. The Bollywood singer, who celebrates his birthday on August 15, received a lot of wishes on Twitter through the day. But some of the messages were not as pleasant. A troll took to Twitter on Thursday asked Sami about where his father was born and where he died. To which, Sami replied: "My father was born in 1942 in India and died in 2009 in India! Next!" My father was born in 1942 in India & died in 2009 in India!!! Next! https://t.co/M11nbQonWh — Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) August 15, 2019 I’m not disputing anything. I’m just saying that legally he was born & died an Indian- Period! No one can deny that!! Can you?!???? https://t.co/rNnSo9bocS — Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) August 15, 2019 The 48-year-old Sami, who was born in Britain and was earlier a Canadian citizen, is of Pakistani decent. His father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pashtun, while his mother … [Read more...] about Adnan Sami Gives A Befitting Reply When A Twitter Troll Asks Where His Father Was Born And Died?
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Read more: That is always a good goal to have. A benchmark of 20 pages a day is an effective way of getting to that goal says Kavin Bharti Mittal. The Hike Messenger founder stepped up on his reading last year, setting himself a goal of reading at least 20 pages a day. He’d read about 19-20 books by the end of the year. “Assuming 400 pages per book x 19/365 = 20.82 pages per day. My guess is I’m either up or down 10-15 per cent. On good days, I’ve devoured half a book. On not so good days, 20 serves as a good minimum benchmark,” he shared via a tweet. His reading list was a mix of books on the lives of founders, some re-reads and some that he found “incredibly insightful. Some work, some play, some about life, some about all of them & more”. And the last category was deep reads, books he’s still only halfway through. “I’ve been yearning to get deeper into Ancient Hindu scriptures. Last year, I picked up an English … [Read more...] about How to get yourself to read more: Kavin Bharti Mittal’s trick is browsing 20 pages a day
Lewis Carroll's original handwritten manuscript and the rare illustrations by John Tenniel, Ralph Steadman and Disney for 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' are set to go on exhibition in 2020. Alice's story, read and loved worldwide, will come alive at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Its landmark exhibition 'Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser' will celebrate one of the most iconic, imaginative and inspiring stories of all time. Exploring Alice in Wonderland's origins, adaptations and reinventions over 158 years, it will chart its evolution from manuscript to a global phenomenon beloved by all ages, through over 300 objects spanning film, performance, fashion, art, music and photography. Featuring theatrical sets, large-scale digital projections and immersive environments, 'Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser' will take children and adults on a journey through the enchanting and extraordinary world of Wonderland, through Alice's eyes. The exhibition's first section, 'Creating … [Read more...] about Original ‘Alice in Wonderland’ book set for display
Busan KT Sonicboom’s guard Heo Hoon leads the KBL this season in scoring and assists among foreign players. [BUSAN KT SONICBOOM]When guard Heo Hoon of the Busan KT Sonicboom first joined the Korean Basketball League (KBL) in the 2017-18 season, the club was playing so badly that his rookie season featured an 11-game losing streak. But this year couldn’t be more different, with Heo leading the club to a seven-game winning streak. By defeating the Changwon LG Sakers 74-73 on Saturday, the Sonicboom extended their winning streak to seven, a first since October 2010. With such a winning streak, the Sonicboom is now ranked second in the KBL 2019-20 regular season standings with 13 wins and nine losses and a 0.591 winning percentage, as of Monday 5 p.m.Heo, who is playing his third season in the KBL, is having quite the season this year. He leads the league in points among domestic players, at 16.5 points per game. Overall, he is ranked sixth in this category, but in assists, Heo … [Read more...] about Heo closely follows his father’s footsteps
Mumbai: A 13-year-old boy, who ran away from his home here last week after his mother scolded him, has been traced to Kerala and reunited with his parents, police said on Monday. On December 4, the boy, who resided in suburban Goregaon with his parents, left his home and travelled alone in a local train to meet his mother in Vakola area, where she worked as a househelp, Vakola police station's senior inspector Kailash Awhad said. The boy's father, an employee at a private firm, had gone for work and was not aware that his son had left home. When the boy met his mother at her workplace, she scolded him for travelling alone all the way to Vakola, located around 12 km from Goregaon, the official said. The boy, who was upset with the scolding, then took a bus from Vakola to suburban Kurla. He later went to the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Kurla area and boarded a Thiruvananthapuram-bound train, Awhad said. Meanwhile, as the boy did not return home, his parents approached the Vakola … [Read more...] about Runaway Boy from Mumbai Reunited with Family after 10 Days