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When Sushmita Sen’s Ex Slammed Haters After Lalit Modi’s Dating Post

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When Sushmita Sen'S Ex Slammed Haters After Lalit Modi'S Dating Post

Rohman Shawl with Sushmita Sen. (courtesy: sushmitasen47) New Delhi: Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen’s ex-boyfriend, Rohman Shawl, on Friday, shared a cryptic note, a couple of days after Lalit Modi confessed his love for the former Miss Universe on social media. Taking to Instagram, Rohman shared a note on his story, which reads, “Kisi par hasne […]



Relatives clash with police over Arizona school lockdown

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Relatives Clash With Police Over Arizona School Lockdown

A man who appears to be armed approaches a school campus. The police arrive. With the school closed, terrified family members seek to get inside to reach the children.

Like the opening moments of what unfolded in March in Uvalde, Texas, this footage during a scare in Arizona on Friday led to heated exchanges between parents and relatives of schoolchildren and authorities. But the confrontation then took a different turn. Ultimately, three people were arrested, two of whom were shocked with stun guns, after attempting to enter the grounds of Thompson Ranch Elementary School in the town of El Mirage, police said.

The man who caused the lockdown has been taken into custody and no children or teachers were injured. But in Uvalde’s wake, the clash involving parents represents a disturbing view of the rage and mistrust that can make a school crisis even more chaotic.

Arizona authorities said officers arrived at the scene shortly after someone reported a man who appeared to have a handgun and was trying to gain access to the school. The man then fled in an unknown direction. Officers sought to ensure there was no longer a threat on the ground, during which time they discovered a suspicious package which police say was “eventually examined by explosives technicians and made safe”.

But as worried parents and relatives began to arrive, one person who was barred from entering the school got into a run-in with officers, police said. Two other people joined, prompting the officers to fire their stun guns and arrest the three of them. One of them was injured and taken to hospital, authorities said.

The identity of the containment suspect was not revealed on Sunday. He was being assessed by mental health professionals and criminal charges were pending, police said. The names of those arrested in the altercation were not available on Sunday.

Video of the confrontation posted on social media shows parents and relatives shouting and jostling with officers. At one point, a clicking noise can be heard, and seconds later the video shows a handgun on the ground near one of the parents. The crowd disperses as police fire stun guns and begin making arrests. A trail of blood can be seen on the sidewalk near a handcuffed man, moaning in pain.

In an account given to KPNX-TV in Arizona, Darlene Gonzales, whose daughter was inside the school, said that after telling parents the threat of lockdown was over, she and her son sought to enter the school but were told to go to the library. At that point, she says, the situation escalated and she was thrown to the ground. She added that the weapon seen in the video belonged to her son.

El Mirage Police Department Chief Paul Marzocca said those involved in the altercation broke the law and were responsible for what happened.

“You can’t create this chaos in a school in an emergency situation and walk away,” he said.

Many people responded to Chief Marzocca’s statement expressing their support for the police response. “Parents need to control themselves when officers are trying to work,” Lori Jones, who said she lives about 30 minutes from El Mirage, said in a comment on the police department’s Facebook page. “Set an example for your children!!”

But some residents sympathized with the frustration parents might have felt. One commentator said the backlash was “a direct by-product” of what happened at Uvalde.

Ron Avi Astor, a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who studies school violence, said such clashes between parents and officials were a symptom of deteriorating trust in law enforcement. order to handle situations like El Mirage.

“You can see that these parents don’t trust the police because of everything they’ve seen or heard,” he said. And unless that perception changes, he said, it’s likely that more loved ones and bystanders will continue to try to take matters into their own hands.

But the wide media coverage of situations in which the police response to a shooting is heavily criticised, such as in Uvalde, creates a narrative that is not necessarily representative of how the police tend to handle these situations, explained Dr. Astor, adding that the police must help change this narrative.

“They have to be honest, they have to be trustworthy and they have to have the right approach,” he said of the police. “I think that’s how you build trust.”


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“You are the best landlord in the world”

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“You Are The Best Landlord In The World”

Chelsea legend John Terry has thanked former owner Roman Abramovich as the Todd Boehly era officially begins at Stamford Bridge.

The Boehly takeover was officially completed at the end of May, ending the club’s 19-year ownership by the Russian oligarch.


Abramovich oversaw a trophy-laden era in Chelsea’s history

Abramovich put the Blues up for sale in March amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The 55-year-old was then sanctioned by the British government on March 10, with Downing Street claiming to have proven his links to Vladimir Putin.

He was popular with Chelsea fans after winning 21 trophies and completely reshaping the Premier League.

Terry, who captained the club for much of the Abramovich era, posted a message to the previous regime ahead of the first home game officially under Boehly’s management.

They will face Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

He wrote on social media: “As we enter a new era under new ownership, I want to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to Marina, Bruce and Eugene for all their fantastic and hard work at our great club. You have helped us all become the BEST, winning all the trophies in world football.

Terry Posted A Lengthy Message On Social Media Ahead Of Chelsea'S Game Against Tottenham

Terry posted a lengthy message on social media ahead of Chelsea’s game against Tottenham

“This wouldn’t have been possible without all of your great work and passion throughout your time at Chelsea.

“Romain. Boss…words will never be enough to express my THANKS to you. The support you give me, both on and off the pitch, will stay with me forever.

“You have created a world-class men’s team, women’s team and academy, empowering us all to perform at our best and achieve our dreams.

“Your legacy and your name will be remembered forever.

Abramovich'S Reign As Chelsea Owner Officially Ended In May


Abramovich’s reign as Chelsea owner officially ended in May

Boehly Is Chelsea'S New Manager


Boehly is Chelsea’s new manager

“You are the BEST landlord in the world. Thank you for everything.

“We gave memories that we will all treasure forever. news

“I would also like to wish Todd and the new owner all the best.

“Good luck to the players today for our first home game at Stamford Bridge and for the season ahead.

“Massive London derby today guys. @chelseafc FOREVER.


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NASCAR champion Bobby Labonte talks about a surprising health battle

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Nascar Champion Bobby Labonte Talks About A Surprising Health Battle

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Bobby Labonte drove the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Pontiac to the pinnacle of NASCAR in 2000, winning the Winston Cup Series for Joe Gibbs Racing.

While he was able to compete against dozens of other drivers for 21 wins in his NASCAR Cup career and another 10 in his NASCAR Xfinity Series career, Labonte revealed in a segment on FOX that he was battling issues. surprising health.


Bobby Labonte poses with the Winston Cup trophy after winning the title for Joe Gibbs Racing. Driving the Interstate Batteries Pontiac, Labonte won four Cup races en route to the title.
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He said that in 2019 he started feeling unwell and went to a doctor to get checked out. He said the doctor told him about a spot on his kidney and it was something to watch out for. He said two years later the lump on his kidney had “tripled in size” and doctors recommended surgery to remove it.

Labonte, who is now a NASCAR analyst for FOX Sports, said he received a call from the doctor who removed the mass, Mohamad Allaf, MD, director of the urology department at Johns Hopkins in Maryland, and was told that everything had gone well. with the surgery but that the mass was cancerous and the cancer “very aggressive”.


Bobby Labonte Waves To The Crowd Before The Srx Qualifying Race At Sharon Speedway On July 23, 2022 In Hartford, Ohio.

Bobby Labonte waves to the crowd before the SRX qualifying race at Sharon Speedway on July 23, 2022 in Hartford, Ohio.
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“A lot of emotions came over me at that point because I was relieved but also, wow, it’s crazy because a third of patients who are diagnosed with this don’t make it,” did he declare. “Usually I’m not one to share and you won’t know much about me, but it didn’t take long for me to figure out if we could help one person, just help one person, man. … There are a ton of cancers that can be treated for sure and this was one if you caught it early like we did, we were lucky enough to be able to deal with it.

Labonte has resumed running since the mace was removed.

He has evolved between the SMART Modified Tour and the Superstar Racing Experience since leaving the NASCAR Cup circuit.

Bobby Labonte Sits In His Car During Practice For The Camping World Superstar Racing Experience Event At South Boston Speedway On June 25, 2022, In South Boston, Virginia.

Bobby Labonte sits in his car during practice for the Camping World Superstar Racing Experience event at South Boston Speedway on June 25, 2022, in South Boston, Virginia.
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He last raced on the Cup circuit in 2016.


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Watch – “I Just Swallowed a Bee”: Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario

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Watch – “I Just Swallowed A Bee”: Doug Ford, Premier Of Ontario

Ontario Premier Doug Ford was buzzing with laughter after accidentally swallowing a bee during a news conference on Friday.

Ford was in Dundalk, Ont., answering a reporter’s health care question when the insect, which had been buzzing around his mouth for a few moments, suddenly flew straight into his mouth.


“My God, I just swallowed a bee,” Ford said after a coughing fit.

The prime minister drank some water, then joked, “I’m fine. It’s here buzzing right now.

“It’s going to be replayed over and over again,” Ford said with a smile as reporters could be heard laughing in the background.

Ford then noted that the bee was “stuck” in his throat.

After taking a few moments to collect himself in apparent unease, Ford said with a laugh that the bee came down “straight through the hatch”.

In light of the health care press conference topic, Ford cracked another joke with a smile, saying, “I’m going to rush to the hospital to get this bee out of here.”

Ford was elected premier in 2018 on an “anti-elite” platform after defeating the far-left provincial Liberal government, Breitbart News reported at the time. However, Ford’s government has come under fire during the pandemic after enacting some of the toughest coronavirus restrictions among Canadian provinces.

In June, Ford’s Progressive Conservative Party won another majority in re-election, securing itself as premier for at least the next four years.

Doug Ford is the brother of controversial but popular former Toronto mayor Rob Ford, who infamously came to international attention in 2013 after he was caught smoking crack while still in office.

You can follow Ethan Letkeman on Twitter at @EthanLetkeman.

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Burglars repeatedly target Lee’s sandwiches in SF’s net, causing hundreds of damage each time

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Burglars Repeatedly Target Lee'S Sandwiches In Sf'S Net, Causing Hundreds Of Damage Each Time

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — An Asian-owned sandwich shop in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood is under siege as burglars have targeted the business at least twice a week for the past few months.

Things got so bad at Lee’s Sandwiches that every front window was covered with plywood.

Inside, merchandise has been removed from shelves for safekeeping.

The executive director of the Tenderloin Merchants Association says burglars stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise with each break-in and caused significant property damage.

He says it happens so often that traders have stopped calling the police.

Other Asian Tenderloin businesses were also affected.

EXCLUSIVE: Fed up with repeat burglaries and crimes, Bay Area laundromat owners leave California

“Right now the feeling in the community is that the Asian community is an easy target because it’s safe to steal, because you’re not going to get hurt and you’re not going to get caught,” said said Rene Colorado with the Net Traders Association.

Rene Colorado says burglars also get it when the association’s Community Ambassadors patrol the neighborhood.

Burglaries are timed before Ambassadors start their shift.

These ambassadors recently started wearing body armor after one was held at gunpoint.

The group is now asking Mayor London Breed for more funding to expand the program and appealing for the support of Supervisor Dean Preston.

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Chicago White Sox spend 3 games above .500 for first time since April 17 after sweeping Detroit Tigers – The Denver Post

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Chicago White Sox Spend 3 Games Above .500 For First Time Since April 17 After Sweeping Detroit Tigers – The Denver Post

The Chicago White Sox were in third place in American League Central when they started a 19-game streak against teams under .500 on July 26 in Colorado.

The Sox trailed the then-division leaders Minnesota Twins by four games and were 48-48.

The string ended on Sunday, and although they didn’t take full advantage of the tear, the Sox are tied for second in Central with the Twins – 2½ games behind the first-place Cleveland Guardians – after having defeated the Detroit Tigers 5-3 in front of 32,154 at Guaranteed Rate Field.

The Sox completed a three-game sweep over the Tigers and are three games above .500 (59-56) for the first time since going 6-3 on April 17.

“It was a good sweep for us,” Sox starter Lance Lynn said. “We’ve got to start winning games, we’ve got to start winning playoffs, and then we can sweep the team, especially with the (Houston Astros) team coming in. Hopefully we can keep riding high .

“We have a good team coming in this week, so we have to keep playing good baseball.”

The Sox went 11-8 against the Colorado Rockies (1-1), Oakland Athletics (2-1), Kansas City Royals (3-4), Texas Rangers (2-2) and Tigers (3-0). With Sunday’s win, the Sox swept a home streak for the first time this season.

“We got results for our efforts,” Sox manager Tony La Russa said of the series. “There are times when it’s frustrating because the ball was hit hard, but we hung on. We’re sticking to it very well. Hopefully we’ll be rewarded.

There were a few injury-related hurdles during the 19-game streak. The Sox lost shortstop Tim Anderson for about six weeks with a sagittal tape tear on his left middle finger and played the last two games of the Tigers series without center fielder Luis Robert, who left Friday’s game. with a sprained left wrist.

“He’s improved,” La Russa said of Robert. “And we just have to wait until Monday to see. He feels better. He did more work with it. If not (Monday), it should be shortly after.

AJ Pollock, slotted into the top spot with Anderson out and playing center field with Robert sidelined, started the offense with a solo homer in the third to cut the deficit to 2-1.

“You look at his credentials,” La Russa said of Pollock. “He’s a quality big league hitter and defenseman. He saw the need when Tim was gone. If he were to hit second, third or fourth, he would do that too.

Pollock doubled in the lead of the fifth and scored the equalizer on a brace from Eloy Jiménez. José Abreu singled out, giving the Sox runners into the turns with one out.

Tigers starter Tyler Alexander appeared to come out of the inning when Andrew Vaughn hit an undershot grounder. Vaughn threw away his helmet after crossing first base, thinking the Tigers had completed a late-inning double play.

“I was running as fast as I could,” Vaughn said. “I was just trying to beat him and I didn’t think I did.”

But Kody Clemens didn’t hold Willi Castro’s pitch first. Jiménez scored on the play, putting the Sox ahead 3-2.

Vaughn added a solo home run as part of a two-run eighth.

Along with the timely offense, the Sox got solid pitching from Lynn, Jimmy Lambert, Jake Diekman and Kendall Graveman.

Lynn allowed two runs on five hits with seven strikeouts in six innings.

“We won the match, so that’s all that matters,” he said.

He kept his focus on the attack.

“The offense continues to do its thing,” Lynn said. “Starting to put some things together, especially with runners in scoring position, and getting that big hit. It’s part of the concert. We just have to keep going and hopefully make a run at it.

“We have a tough opponent this week. It’s a playoff team and we just have to go out there and keep putting on quality sticks and making quality pitches and see what happens.

Vaughn referred to starting pitcher Johnny Cueto “we have to show the fire we have – if we have it,” Kansas City said Wednesday while assessing the weekend for the Sox.

“Johnny said it best: ‘I want more fire,’” Vaughn said. “We had a fire. It was good.”


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