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Expanded graduate scholarship funding will support students
Increased scholarship funding will support graduate students during their studies and prepare them for in-demand careers.
The Province is investing approximately $15 million in graduate scholarships over three years, add-
Environment and Climate Change Strategy. “These scholarships reinforce how important it is to train people for current and future jobs in our rapidly growing clean economy. They are also an important part of our strategy to support in-demand careers for First Nations and in all
ing $2,500 to each new graduate scholarship award. This funding will accelerate talent development and innovation, along with recruiting and retaining talent, and support graduate students’ success in British Columbia’s growing economy.
“These scholarships will help more graduate students become our province’s next generation of researchers, innovators and leaders, and the talent that employers and British Columbians rely on,” said Selina Robinson, Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills. “Through the StrongerBC: Future Ready Action Plan, we’re supporting graduate students by significantly increasing graduate scholarships, making education more affordable and more accessible and helping set people up for success in our growing economy.”
Building on the StrongerBC: Future Ready Action Plan, the new higher award value of $17,500 will support graduate students with increasing costs.
“Transitioning to clean energy to combat climate change has direct and positive impacts on our job market,” said George Heyman, Minister of
communities across B.C.”
With global inflation driving up the cost of living, graduate students throughout the province will benefit from the increased scholarship investment, making post-secondary education more affordable while helping recruit and retain B.C.’s brightest minds.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Minister Robinson to the University of the Fraser Valley today to make this impactful announcement,” said James Mandigo, acting president, University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). “By making the next level of education more accessible, we’re bolstering our commitment to engaging learners, transforming lives and building community.”
The B.C. Graduate Scholarships were first introduced in 2018 to support students’ success and have supported graduate students to pursue their research and skills training to find solutions to pressing real-world challenges. Ten post-secondary institutions throughout B.C. are administering the graduate student scholarships, enabling them to support and train the province’s next generation of leaders.
“Working on my graduate degree has been a life-changing experience – not only by allowing me to significantly increase my knowledge, but also by allowing me to prove to myself what I’m really capable of doing and learning,” said Tara Scheirer, UFV student. “I know this funding will be appreciated by grad school students for years to come.”
The StrongerBC: Future Ready Action Plan released May 2, 2023, is a cross-government plan that will help
make education and training more accessible, affordable and relevant to help prepare the people of B.C. for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
Budget 2023 invests $480 million over three years to support the StrongerBC: Future Ready Action Plan to work to break down barriers to post-secondary education so more people can get training for in-demand careers and so employers can access the talent they need.
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The city of Abbotsford is gearing up to rally behind a true dart aficionado, Amarjit Jhaj, as he prepares to take center stage at the upcoming BC 55+ Games. With dartboards set and spirits high, Jhaj is ready to compete in the fourday dart throwing competition, showcasing his precision and focus in a variety of categories including men’s and women’s singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and a dynamic team of four.
Dart throwing, often known as a game of precision and finesse, takes center stage in the 55+ BC Games, highlighting the agility and skill that comes with years of practice. Amarjit Jhaj, a familiar name in the local darting community, has dedicated countless hours to perfecting his craft, making him a formidable contender in this much-anticipated event.
Jhaj’s journey to the BC 55+ Games has been marked by a passion for the sport that continues to burn brightly.
The BC 55+ Games, renowned for celebrating the active and vibrant spirit of individuals beyond the age of 55, will witness Amarjit Jhaj’s prowess as he competes alongside fellow dart enthusiasts. From the opening day on August 23rd to the thrilling culmination on August 26th, the event promises to be a showcase of talent, sportsmanship, and the joy of friendly competition.
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PharmaCare now covers
drugs for rare diseases
People in B.C. will benefit from BC PharmaCare’s new coverage of medications used to treat rare diseases, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), acute hepatic porphyria (AHP) and long-chain fatty acid oxidation disorders (LC-FAODs).
and liver damage. Givlaari is the first drug treatment available in Canada for AHP and is expected to benefit as many as 10 patients in the first year of implementation.
Dojolvi is taken orally and helps pa-
Effective Aug. 18, 2023, the oral formulation of edaravone (Radicava ORS), which works to slow the loss of physical functions in ALS patients, will be added to the PharmaCare formulary as a limited-coverage benefit. The intravenous (IV) formulation of Radicava has been covered by BC PharmaCare as a limited-coverage benefit since August 2020. In the first year of implementation, it is expected as many as 100 patients in B.C. will be eligible for either the oral or IV formulation of Radicava.
In addition, two new medications are now covered by BC PharmaCare under the Expensive Drugs for Rare Diseases (EDRD) process. They are givosiran (Givlaari), covered as of June 22, 2023, and triheptanoin (Dojolvi), covered as of May 23, 2023.
Givlaari is an injectable medication to treat AHP, which is a metabolic disease that causes people to experience painful attacks in several parts of their body including the abdomen, chest, back, arms or legs. If untreated, it can lead to chronic kidney disease
tients living with LC-FAODs, which are rare genetic disorders that prevent the body from breaking down longchain fatty acids into energy during metabolism. As many as four patients may be eligible for coverage in the first year of implementation.
These changes ensure that coverage is aligned with clinical evidence and patient access to appropriate medications is improved for those living with these conditions.
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Inspiring Acts of Compassion: Grade 12 Students Raise Over $46,000 for BC Children's Hospital
In a heartwarming display of community spirit and altruism, a group of seventeen determined Grade 12 students from Abbotsford—Emalika Kapoor, Grishma Wadhawan, Rabbani Batra, Raissa Batra, Punit Dhillon, Angel Gakhar, Adiya Mittal, Katherine Deng, Devon Arora, Armaan Bajaj, Armaan Dhaliwal, Amrit Dhaliwal, Anisha Khera, Daisey Dhesi, Iba Ali, Ky Truong, and Mantaj Grewal—embarked on a mission to make a significant difference in the lives of children at the BC Children's Hospital. Their remarkable efforts culminated in a fundraising initiative that not only exceeded expectations but also showcased the power of youthful determination and a collective desire to bring about positive change.
Their first step was to create an event that connected with the local community, giving attendees a chance to have a great time while making a difference. By selling tickets, they mixed fun with a good cause, making sure everyone had a meaningful experience. Their careful planning and teamwork not only gave
everyone a memorable time but also brought hope to children in need.
But the students didn't stop at that. They were determined to make a bigger difference. They visited Khalsa Diwan Society Gurudwara, Gurdwara Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and Gurdwara Kalgidhar Darbar Sahib in Abbotsford. Talking to people and sharing their mission. Their sincere appeals and strong dedication moved the people they met, and the community responded with great kindness which led to students to raise $46,000. These visits not only showed how much they cared but also how respectful they were of the diverse cultures in their community.
The fundraiser took place at Zaika Tastes of India's new Mission venue where there was dinner, dance, a henna artist, a balloon twisting station, dance performances and many raffle prizes to win! All raffle prizes were donated by businesses around Abbotsford and Surrey however some were made by the students themselves.
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Celebrating the 419th Parkash Diwas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
NAGAR KIRTAN PROCESSION - NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURES
SUNDAY, September 3rd, 2023 9:00AM-5:00PM
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Additional parking areas:
- Dave Kandal Elementary School
- Harry Sayers Elementary School
- Rick Hansen Secondary School
- Eugene Reimer Middle School
On behalf of Khalgidhar Darbar Sahib Society, the management invites you and your family to participate in celebrating the 419th Parkash Diwas (commemorating the first establishment day of the Holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji) being held on Sunday, September 3 rd 2023.
Residents, businesses, and visitors please be informed of the following road closures, preplan for travel delays and please use alternate routes. Rolling street closures will be in effect between 9AM to 5PM.
The schedule of the procession is as follows:
Start time: 11AM the procession leaves the Gurdwara
Following roads will be closed:
- Blueridge Drive
- Townline Road
- Southern Drive
- Sandpiper Drive
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- Church Front Stalls ONLY (located across from Kalgidhar Gurdwara Sahib)
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BBQ safety 101
(NC) Firing up the barbeque is synonymous with summer. While warm weather brings much to look forward to, it’s also a reminder to brush up on grilling safety measures. Eighty per cent of Canadian households own a grill or smoker, according to the Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Association so, it’s important to take safety precautions.
Check out these four grilling safety tips before putting on your apron. Grill outside and away from structures. Position the grill well away from anything that can catch fire – like siding, deck railings and overhanging branches. Always make sure it’s set on an even surface in an open, well-ventilated area.
Clean and inspect your barbeque. Remove all grease buildup from the grills and the trays below the grill. If your grill uses charcoal, make sure it has cooled down completely before you dispose of it. Before and after each use, inspect all parts of the
grill for any needed maintenance or cracks.
Create a safe zone. You should never leave a lit grill unattended. For an extra level of protection, remind kids and pets to keep three feet away from the grill to help reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.
Be ready in the event of a fire. Even if you’re following safe grilling practices, you should always keep a fire extinguishing device nearby. Models with a spray can design, like the First Alert EZ Fire Spray, are quick and easy to use and easy to clean up.
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Navigating the Canadian housing market: Tips for newcomers
(NC) Finding housing can be a big job, especially for newcomers to Canada. From budgeting for housing, researching neighbourhoods and deciding if it’s better for you to rent or buy a home, there’s a lot to consider when deciding where to live.
Research from RBC shows that aspirations of home ownership are considerably higher for newcomers to Canada than the average person. Here are tips to help you prepare to buy your first house.
Understand how much you can spend
Having a realistic idea of how much money you can afford to pay for housing is important. This will help you narrow your search and prevent you from overspending.
Make a budget by comparing your income to your monthly expenses. In addition to housing, groceries and transportation, account for the cost of
utilities like internet and cellphone, and a little extra for entertainment or a meal out once in a while.
It’s a good idea to research the area you want to live in to make sure it has access to the amenities and services you need, like schools, community centres and public transportation. You can learn a lot about a certain place by talking to people who live there or joining residents’ groups on social media. It’s also a good idea to take advantage of online tools that can help you determine the average costs to buy or rent based on neighbourhood and the size of the home.
To rent or buy?
If you have the means, you might consider purchasing a home rather than renting. Each has benefits, but your decision might depend on your current situation and financial goals.
Buying: If you have an established credit history and have saved a down payment, you might consider buying a home, which will help you build equity to tap into in the future (the value of the mortgage you’ve paid back each month). However, you may give up some flexibility. Unlike a rental, you can’t simply give notice to a landlord if you want to move. Plus, it can be harder to budget because maintenance costs and mortgage interest rates fluctuate.
Renting: Not owning may be less expensive and come with fewer responsibilities. With fixed monthly costs, you can free up more money to do other things like save or invest.
However, you aren’t building equity when you rent. Living in a rental also means you don’t have as much privacy or the freedom to renovate.
Whether you rent or buy is a big decision, but there are tools to help. A rent or buy calculator lets you input your rent and see how much of a mortgage you can afford for the same monthly amount. Some also show how much you could pay for a home.
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The Patrika Auto Review:
2023 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring- Top Buy in this Sector!
For decades now, the Honda Accord has been the ultimate go-to sedan for those looking for a well-rounded mid-size family ride. It has always delivered on the core values of safety, fuel economy, performance, and a legendary reputation for reliability. This is incredibly well sedan is now into its 10th generation design cycle and still selling as strong as ever . This year’s car gets a few updates, including a face-lift and the introduction of wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
.Boasting class-leading power and cabin space, the next-generation Accord Hybrid wholly embodies Honda’s unique approach to electrification – infusing fun-to-drive performance, efficiency, premium feature content, and comfort in a sophisticated and affordable package. Hybrid or otherwise, the Honda Accord PHEV (Plug in Electric Hybrid) receives some mild styling refresh for 2021 including a redesigned grille and new standard LED headlights. The exterior styling is still low key and conservative, just how Honda buyers like it and will age well. Not much has changed on the inside either. Just neat, tidy, and high quality.
The 2023 Accord Hybrid is powered by the latest third generation of Honda’s innovative two-motor hybrid powertrain, which pairs a 2.0-litre DOHC i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle inline-4 engine with 40-percent thermal efficiency to an electric propulsion motor that delivers 232 lb.-ft. of torque. This is classleading total system output of 212 horsepower. which delivers 181 hp on its own along with 232 lb-ft of torque,
The Accord Hybrid lineup comes in two trim levels: Hybrid, and Hybrid Touring. The Accord Hybrid offers a lengthy list of standard equipment, including Heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry, remote start. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality is available along with a wireless phone charging pad
Pricing is up this year and a base
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EX model now costs $37,000, The Accord Sport is $41,000 and the toplevel is now $44,500. The Touring model offers ventilated front seats with memory on the driver’s side, heated outboard rear seats, rainsensing wipers, onboard navigation, a head-up display, and a subscriptionbased in-car Wi-Fi hotspot.
Interior wise, High quality aluminum trim and leather trim offers a tasteful contemporary looking look. The finish is excellent all round in the front and rear cabin. Front legroom is good, , the rear features e 40:20:40 folding-seat option, the equipment levels are high with full power and creature comforts. but this Accord’s interior looks more BMW-like than ever before. The leather is of an extremely high standard, and h front seats are power-adjustable. Piano Black trim is a feature and still love that cool vent-hiding grille network across the dashboard
The touchscreen is nice 12.3 inches, and the Touring features Honda’s first integration of Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Play are now standard.
Touring models get four powered USB-C ports (the lesser EX and Sport make do with just the two in the front) Connectivity and infotainment features include: Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Navigation, 4G LTE Wi-Fi and a slew of apps, live-info, and remote-control features. Wireless charging, camera-image rear-view mirror are available.
Standard driver aids include driver-drowsiness and rear-traffic monitoring, lane-keep assist, semiautonomous park assist, auto highbeam assist and emergency braking.
The Accord Hybrid version includes Honda’s suite of safety technologies as standard equipment, which incorporates forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition, and adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow function. On hybrid models, blindspot monitoring with rear cross-
traffic alert, automatic high-beams, driver attention alert, and automatic emergency response are also standard.
On the road, the Accord Hybrid Touring comes with an impressive adaptive damping system that delivers an outstanding ride, the car has a composed, even ride more like a highend Acura. The hybrids two-motor system delivers a glitch-free seamless experience. Helping to maximize energy generation are steering wheelmounted Deceleration Selectors. Like transmission paddle shifters, the Accord Hybrid’s Deceleration Selectors offers drivers four levels of regenerative braking performance. seamlessly shifting between EV Drive (100-percent electric motor), Hybrid Drive (electric motor and gasoline engine driving the generator motor) and Engine Drive (gasoline engine), using power from the
gasoline engine and electric motors. I also enjoyed the crisp handling, and precise linear steering. The change over from electric to gas engine is also a pretty seamless affair. Fuel Economy is rated at: (city / highway / combined) Accord Hybrid 5.0/5.1/5., Accord Hybrid Touring, 5.0/5.1/5.1.
To sum up, the Honda Accord is amongst the top sedans in its class. You get high equipment levels ,handling and driver satisfaction that beats cars costing at least $10,000 more. Stellar fuel economy in this hybrid model also makes it a good performer. Highly recommended for families and singles everywhere looking for a fuel sipping yet luxuriously appointed midsize sedan.
The 2023 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring is priced from $41,000 -$44,500. More info at www.honda. ca
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Tips to take back time in
(NC) In our fast-paced world, the demands of daily life never seem to slow down. If you find yourself constantly behind on deadlines or struggling to stay on top of everyday tasks, here are four ways to save some time every day.
Track and organize your time
Make a list of all your recurring daily, weekly and monthly tasks. Then, track how much time you spend on each task. After a few weeks, you’ll have a clearer picture of which activities take up most of your time. Tracking your time can show you whether you can pass on some of those tasks to a colleague, an employee or outsource them to a third party.
Avoid the myth of multi-tasking
Many people claim to be great at multi-tasking and wear the title as a badge of honour. But researchers have repeatedly shown that it’s not possible to juggle complex tasks simultaneously without making mistakes. Research also suggests it takes longer to complete two jobs at once compared to focusing on completing one task at a time.
When you’re facing looming deadlines or struggling to complete a new pitch, it can be easy to
work through or skip lunch, push back a planned holiday or avoid going to the gym. But we all need some time to recharge our batteries. If you don’t take some time for yourself, you run the risk of burning out, which can have negative impacts on your health - and your job.
Automate routine tasks
If you run a business, tracking expenses, issuing invoices and following up on those that are overdue are key tasks for your financial well-being. But they are also time consuming. A cloud-based accounting program such as FreshBooks will automate many of those jobs, while safely storing these important details for you. Small business owners can also apply for grants from the Canada Digital Adoption Program to help fund cloud-based accounting solutions.
Find more information about how cloud-based accounting can help small businesses at freshbooks. com.
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A way could be found to bring something to an end that has not been quite right or has been bothering you in some way. This would involve or affect matters that need to be dealt with on a regular basis. It will then leave you free to contemplate even reconsider, to mid September, what would be better. It might mean returning to old ways.
You could realise that something you have either been putting into place or want to put into place could do with some scaling down. This may come about because of what is important to somebody else. It will remove all doubt, making the future clearer. You might even go back to past ideas you had from now to mid September.
You have the opportunity to rethink anything, from now to mid September, that you have either been attempting to put in place or been under pressure to do so. Be brave and refuse, especially if a lot of responsibility falls your way. It will then free you up to decide for yourself and then communicate the obligations you are willing to take on.
A straightforward conversation with somebody else could work well in bringing to an end any sort of confusion they have been creating when it comes to the future. There can be something unexpected about it that will set your thinking down a different path. There is no rush to make any final decisions before mid September.
Being involved in something you enjoy might bring a lot of work with it but you won’t mind. There could be a connection to the past as well. Something from the past involving others and finances can arise. Any lack of clarity could be solved, though you might have to accept disappointment. It will allow you to move on.
Best you adopt a direct approach with any person who has been very good at avoiding matters because it is time to bring something to an end. This will enable you to see the commitments they are prepared to make, which may be at odds with what you would like. Take your time in considering your options to mid September.
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There is a lot going on behind the scenes and it could be rather confusing. It might mean you need to put things important to you on hold until something becomes more evident. If you feel too much is expected of you, cut it back or drop it altogether. It will eventually bring some aspects out into the open that you can act on.
You could realise some things, more on the pleasurable side, are not as important as you thought and dropping them won’t be such a big deal. More serious things need to take priority and this might seem as though the past is repeating itself in some way to mid September. The difference is you now have more experience.
Something you had in mind might need to be dropped, mainly because there could be a lot more work, even expense, involved than seemed to be the case initially. You are in a good position, from now to mid September, to review the commitments that would be reasonable to take on so that a solid foundation is put in place.
If plans you have been attempting to put in place for the future have gone nowhere, it is time to forget them. If someone else was involved, their position may now become more obvious, as well as any commitments attached. This can clear things up in your own mind, leaving you in a position to make more straightforward decisions.
You need to be cautious when it comes to the true intentions of somebody else. Just have the patience to wait because something could come to an end of its own accord, relieving you of some anxiety. You need to maintain practicality when it comes to things you have under your own control. There is no need to be generous.
Be prepared for somebody else to change their mind in some way between now and mid September in a way where you could be left handling more responsibility. Involved in this could be something being brought to an end that might disappoint you. Hold back when it comes to making any promises. Best to wait and see.
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“mYnUM Auh lok bhqu bury lgdy ny ijhVI dysL dI vsoN dy vwzy ihwsy nUM kdI qy mDoilaf hoieaf kihMdy ny qy kdI ilqfiVaf hoieaf. Auh ikhVI lihr hY ijs ivwc ieh afey hox qy Auh sPl nf hoeI hovy. ieh iewkly sfzy dysL dI gwl nhIN, hr dysL ivwc iesy qrHF hI hoieaf ey. iujhVy lokF dI Coh lihrF nUM bMny lfAuNdI aY AuhnF nUM qusIN lqfVy hoey ikvyN kih skdy ho?” pRym afpxI dlIl dy qyj nfl afp hI grm ho irhf sI. Aus ieh aKIrlI gwl aYzI AuwcI mukfeI ik AuQy bYTy keI lok sfzy vwl vyKx lwg pey. afpxy vwloN AuhnF df iDafn htfx leI kuJ icr asIN cuwp kr ky cfh pINdy rhy, pr sfzy idmfg ies bihs kr ky iqwKy hoey hoey sn qy cuwp rihxf aOKf sI. mYN iPr hOlLI ijhI gwl CyV leI:
“mYN dunIaF dy do suafd sB qoN Auwqm mMndf hF—inafxF KHzFdI mF df suafd qy muklfvy afeI vhutI df suafd. ieh suafd mfxdIaF iesqrIaF nUM mYN Klo Klo ky, luk luk ky vyiKaf ey. mYnUM qy aYQy grIb amIr ivwc kdI Prk nhIN lwgf. dohF dy mUMh iewk ijhy iKVy hoey huMdy hn.”
“asIN dovyN eI bolI jFny aF, qUM ikAuN nhIN boldf?” pRym ny iKJ ky nirMdr nUM ikhf.
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ey” pRym ny cfa nfl afiKaf. Aus dI gwl ivwc hux qrlf sI.
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“mYnUM aYm ey pfs kIiqaF ajy QoVHf icr hI hoieaf sI qy ipMz hI rihMdf sI. sfzI hvylI dy nflL hI sfzy KyqF ivwc kMm krn vfly afdmI df Gr sI. Aus dI iewk kuVI sfzy Gr kMm krdI sI kMm koeI Auh rsoeI df qy nhIN sI krdI. rsoeI dy qy Aus nUM koeI nyVy vI nhIN sI lgx idMdf. bs sPfeI qy hor Auqlf Auqlf kMm krdI sI. ies gwl dI mYnuM bhuq hYrfnI huMdI sI ik Gr ivwc bYTI Auh Aus kMm krdI Auh iksy nUM rVkdI hI nhIN sI. koeI Aus vwl awK Br ky vyKdf nhIN sI. Asu dy kol iPridaF koeI vI gwl kr skdy sF. AusdIaF vI awKF sn, kMn sn, idmfg sI, idl sI, ieh sfzy twbr dy iksy vI jIa dy mn ivwc afAuNdf hI nhIN sI. sfry twbr dy ies vqIry kr ky myrI Aus ivwc idlcspI ho geI. Auh sfzy bfry kI socdI sI? sfzy ivwc afpxI kI QF imQdI sI? bfhrlI dunIaF ivwc afpxI kI QF vyKdI sI? Aus dIaF kI AumMgF sn?
“mYN vyiKaf ik Aus dI sLkl mfVI nhIN sI. kyvl Aus nUM afpxy afp df pqf nhIN sI.
“iewk idn sLfm nUM myry mfqf jI ny Aus nUM hwtIEN rITy ilaOx leI iewk aiTafnI idwqI. hwtI ipz dy dUjy isry sI. hwtI vfly ny ikhf, rITy muky hoey ny, pr myrf muMzf sLihr sOdf lYx igaf hoieaY ey. gwzI nUM tysLn qoN lMiGaf Zyr icr ho igaf ey, huxy afAuNdf eI hovygf, rITy vI ilafvygf. qUM Jwt AuzIk lY.
“kuVI AuwQy hI bYT geI. anHyrf ho igaf, pr hwtI vflLy df muMzf apiVaF nf. by-AumId ho ky kuVI muV afeI. anHyrf ho jfx kr ky asIN bUhf bMd kIqf hoieaf sI. vfps af ky Aus ny KVkfieaf. mYN KoilHaf qF Aus ny ikhf, mfqf jI nUM kih ik rITy nhIN imly svyry lY afvFgI. hux pYsy rwK lYx.
mfqf jI ny sux ky dUroN hI ikhf, qUM pYsy afpxy kol hI rwK, svyry jf ky lY afvIN. pr AUs ny ieh gwl axsuxI kr ky aiTafnI myry hwQ ivwc PVf idwqI.
“pr qUM afpxy kol hI ikAuN nhIN rwKdI?” mYN puwiCaf.
“lE srdfr jI jy ikDry gvfc jfvy qF asF grIbF ny ikwQoN Br ky dyxI aYN?”
“mYnUM ies gwl qy bVI hYrfnI hoeI ik keIaF lokF nUM iek rfq leI iewk aiTafnI sFBx qoN vI zr afAuNdf hY.
“Aus idn qoN myrI idlcspI Aus ivwc hor vI vD geI. Auhdy qOr qrIky qoN vI pqf cwldf sI ik Auh mYnUM burf nhIN smJdI.
“iewk idn bfhr Duwpy sfzy kwpVy Do rhI sI. mYN afpxy kmry ivwc bYTf bfrI ivwcoN bfhr Aus nUM vyK irhf sI bfrI awgy jflLI lwgI hoeI sI. AuNj vI kmry ivwc anHyrf ijhf sI. Auh mYnUM vyK nhIN skdI sI. Aus nUM pqf hI nhIN sI ik mYN AuQy bYTf sF.
“Aus df afpxf kmIjL vI bhuq mYlLf hoieaf sI. Aus kol sLfied hor kmIjL hY hI nhIN sI. qy Dox df ieho qrIkf sI ik Auh kmIjL lfh ky Aunf icr afpxy aflLy duaflLy cfdr vlHytI iPry Aus nUM iksy bMdy dy nyVy hox df iKafl nhIN sI Aus ny byKbr KVHy ho ky kmIjL lfhI qy aflLy duafly cfdr vlHyt leI iewk iCn leI. iewk suMdr srIr dI Jlk mYnUM idsI. jI krdf sI ik ieh iCn lMmf ho jfey. kdI jI vI rwijaf ey?
“hux myrI Aus dy nyVy hox dI Auqsukqf hor vI vD geI.
“iewk idn Auh myrf kmrf sfP kr rhI sI. mYN aMdr af igaf. kuJ QoVHI ijhI sFJ df mYnUM pihly hI ivsLvfsL sI. myry leI ieh bVI mhfn GVI sI mYN afpxy jjLby Auhdy pYrF ivwc iKlfr ky AuhnUM iewk AUwcI dunIaF dI Jlk dyxf cfhuMdf sF. Aus dy hwQ ivcoN mYN JfVU lY ky BoNeNy qy rwK idwqf qy iPr Aus nUM bfhoN PV ky afpxI mMjI qy bhf ilaf. mYN afp Zuk ky Aus dy nflL bYT igaf qy iewk hwQ Aus dy moZy qy rwK hor Aus nUM afpxy nfl Guwt ilaf.
“ieh gwl cMgI nhIN srdfr jI, quhfzy leI” Aus ny inmHf ijhf AUlHfmf idwqf.
“nhIN cMgI ey, bVI cMgI.” mYN Bwdy ijhy qrIky nflL Aus nUM nflL lf qy Auh muskrf peI, sLfied myry ies iswDy ijhy jvfb qy.”
“bhuq cMgf muwZ bwJ igaf smJ ky mYN Aus df hwQ Cz idwqf qy Auh AuWT ky Klo geI.
“ieh sfbx lY lvF srdfr jI?” Aus ny AuTidaF sfr hI mMg kIqI. ijwQy asIN bYTy sF AUs dy sfhmxy aMgITI qy myry nhfAux vfly sfbx dI icwpr peI hoeI sI. ies sfrI KHyz ivwc Aus df iDafn sLfied Aus icwpr ivwc hI irhf sI. jy koeI mYnUM puwCy qF mYnUM ies mjLydfr supny vwcoN iksy cIjL dI hosL nhIN sI.
“hF, lY lY’ kih ky mYN Ausy mMjI qy iPr bYT igaf.
“Aus idn qoN ipwCoN hr iewk leI rwjvIN rotI qoN ibnF hor koeI gwl myry mn ivwc KwuBxI asMBv hoeI hoeI aY. jd kuJ lokF leI QuVF srIr dy hor sfry rsqy qy suafd bMd kr dyx qF bfkI dy lokF nUM kuJ icr hor gwlF bMd kr dyxIaF cfhIdIaF ny. bws, afpxIaF ilKqF kdI sPfeI iwvc myry kol hor koeI dlIl nhIN.”
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Internet calls Ranbir a ‘red flag’
The internet is calling Ranbir Kapoor a red flag once again after wife Alia Bhatt’s latest revelation about their equation. In a new video for a magazine, she showed how she applies lipstick and tries to keep it faded and minimal because her husband ‘doesn’t like it’. She explains, her relationship with Ranbir, many did not think so. More than a few people called him a ‘red flag’, that’s what internet calls people who might not bring you the “Because one thing my husband… when he wasn’t my husband but when he was my boyfriend as well…
Shahid’s take on evolving stardom
Having been around for two decades, actor Shahid Kapoor has seen the definition of stardom change, especially with the rise of social media and OTT. Despite both of his recent projects on the medium Farzi and Bloody Daddy registering mostwatched numbers in their respective categories, the actor continues to place greater importance on an entirely different marker. “I have always craved to have the audiences’ respect. I feel once an artist, whether it’s a filmmaker or actor, even a sportsperson, has the people’s respect, they will be able to create consistency in their graph. Things are very unpredictable,” he says. “As an actor, you should not just presume that just because you are a star, people will like you across the board, it doesn’t work like that! The
he would be like ‘wipe that off, wipe that off ’ because he loves the natural colour of my lips.” While Alia thought she was sharing a cute detail about healthiest relationships. “If your bf/husband is telling you to wipe your lipstick that the biggest sign for you to run! It is not cute or funny at all!,” wrote one person in a comment. “I would never allow a guy who asks me to wipe off my lipstick anywhere close to me,” wrote another. “I can’t believe a top actress rubs off her expensive lipstick because her bf/ husband commented another.
Disha dons director’s hat
A ctor Disha Patani is the latest celebrity to don the director’s hat. She is all set to step into the world of directing with her debut music video, Kyun Karu Fikar. Announcing the same on Instagram, Disha dropped the teaser for the music video, which stars her. She also revealed that the full video will release August 21. Going by the teaser of Kyun Karu Fikar, the single music video talks about being carefree. It’s sung by Nikhita Gandhi. The music has been composed and produced by Vaibhav Pani while Vayu penned the lyrics. It also comes with a voiceover of Disha who directed the music video. Sharing the teaser, Disha wrote, “Within life’s mystery, where the future is unknown, could self-love be the key— the magic we’ve always known? Tune out the noise around you and say KyunKaruFikar Full video out on 21st August on playdmfofficial YouTube channel.” Responding to Disha’s new milestone, her rumoured ex boyfriend Tiger Shroff ’s mother Ayesha Shrof f commented, “Wowwwww! Congratulations deeeshu!” Her best friend Mouni Roy too cheered for her. Among others was Disha’s rumoured boyfriend Aleksandar Alex Ilic who wrote to her, “Congratulations Chiksi.”
Nushrratt miffed over Dream Girl 2 exclusion
audience has become very mature and clear about whom they like. I was keen to see how people respond to me in that space,” he says. Explaining the unpredictability further, he says, “There are highs and lows which I feel are very opposing in nature. You can see that happening to various actors who are super successful, and nothing is working.” The Jab We Met actor concludes off by saying, “As a leading man, it is important to understand how long you want to be here, and if you are playing the big game.”
Actress Nushrratt Bharuccha garnered praise for her acting skills when she acted alongside Ayushmann Khurrana in Dream Girl. Nevertheless, in the sequel, she was substituted with Ananya Panday. In response, Nushrratt has expressed that there is no reasoning or explanation for this change. Speaking to media, the Pyaar ka Punchnama actress said, “I was a part of Dream Girl and I love that whole team. I terribly miss working with them. But why they didn’t cast me in Dream Girl 2, I think only they can answer. I don’t know, there is no logic and there is no answer to it. But why didn’t they cast me? I am a human being, so of course it hurts. And of course it feels unfair. But I get it, it is their decision. Cool, no problem.” She also revealed, “I didn’t know my film was also going to be released on the same day as Dream Girl 2. But for some reason it got delayed. However, Raj sir (Dream Girl 2 director) wished me, ‘All the best’. And I responded to him saying, ‘Sir, something is connected in our universe. I wasn’t in your film, but my second film is releasing on the same day’. So we have come to a place where we can smile about it.” However, she praised the trailer of Dream Girl 2, and said that she hopes the film does well for everyone, from Ayushmann Khurrana to Ananya Panday.
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in an old interview ad shut down a journalist slamming reports of her rift ith Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. In 2004, when a journalist asked, “There is a feeling hat that you have just not been able to strike the right hord with the Khandaans, the Aamirs, the Salmans, he Shah Rukhs, and perhaps that’s not held you in good stead.” Ash shut him down calling it a drama. ooking irked by the questions, Rai hit back at him nd aid, “You guys enjoy this drama so you can keep this oing, it keeps you all entertained.” The journalist prods urther and asks her about being replaced in films like Mangal Pandey. Ash once again took the question ith dignity and told him, “Why don’t you just wait for n autobiography?” Soon after the video surfaced on he web, a user wrote, “What grace, what courage nd hat confidence. I am floored. Aishwarya can walk over me and I won’t complain. I love how she handled all he negativity and misogyny and patriarchy while still standing at the very top.”
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