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BBNaija2019: See What Biggie Did To Tacha For Dumping Sponsored Outfits

Sunday, August 18 2019

BBNaija2019: See What Biggie Did To Tacha For Dumping Sponsored Outfits

1 Post Views - Advertisement - On Saturday, the Big Brother punished Tacha for refusing to wear the sponsored outfits provided for the housemates on the Saturday night party . Last week, Tacha’s disobedience stirred reaction after she refused to wear the themed outfit which was given to the housemates by Biggie; despite being warned. Biggie had warned the BB Naija housemates that he would stop bringing the outfits if the housemates fail to appreciate the cloths. Despite the warning given to the housemates last week, Tacha was quoted as saying, ‘ This is the third outfit they are bringing and I won’t wear what I don’t like .” However, when Biggie brought the ‘Ankara outfits for all the Big Brother Naija housemates on Saturday, it was evident that Tacha wasn’t given her own Ankara themed outfit. RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

Amy Schumer: 'I'd be disappointed if my son liked The Big Bang Theory' | People Magazine

Sunday, August 18 2019

Amy Schumer: 'I'd be disappointed if my son liked The Big Bang Theory' | People Magazine

E-mail Amy Schumer joked that she’d be more disappointed if her son liked The Big Bang Theory than if he was autistic. The 38-year-old comedian, who is mother to three-month-old son Gene, revealed earlier this year that her husband Chris Fischer is on the autism spectrum. After recently asking her followers on Instagram if they’d be interested in seeing a documentary series about her pregnancy and labour, one criticised the Trainwreck star for being self-involved. “Not really, honestly. I think you’re great, I just feel like it’s self serving and overdone. I’d like to see a documentary of you discovering your mate is diagnosed with autism and how you cope with the possibility that your child will be on the spectrum…” the Instagram user fired. “How I cope? I don’t see being on the spectrum as a negative thing,” Schumer quickly replied. “My husband is my favorite person I’ve ever met. He’s kind, hilarious, interesting and talented and I admire him. Am I supposed to hope my son isn’t like that? “I will pay attention and try and provide him with the tools he needs to overcome whatever challenges come up like all parents. I’d be disappointed if he liked the Big Bang theory and nascar not if he has ASD (autism spectrum disorder),” she quipped. During her Netflix comedy special Amy Schumer: Growing, which debuted back in March, the comedian candidly discussed her husband’s autism, and said there were signs early on in their relationship. “Once he was diagnosed, it dawned on me how funny it was, because all of the characteristics that make it clear that he’s on the spectrum are all of the reasons that I fell madly in love with him,” Schumer sweetly explained.

BPSC Exam 2019: Bihar Public Service Commission Declared 65th CSE PT Exam Date at bpsc.bih.nic.in

Saturday, August 17 2019

BPSC Exam 2019: Bihar Public Service Commission Declared 65th CSE PT Exam Date at bpsc.bih.nic.in

BPSC Exam 2019: Bihar (BPSC) has declared the dates of 65th civil services preliminary examination on its official website. For details on the exam, candidates are requested 3:39 BPSC Exam 2019 dates declared. (Representative Image) BPSC Exam 2019: Bihar (BPSC) has declared the dates of 65th civil services preliminary examination on its official website. For details on the exam, candidates are requested to check at bpsc.bih.nic.in . The BPSC 65th CSE PT examination is scheduled to take place on October 15, 2019. The exam timings are from 12 noon to 2 PM. Approximately 4 lakh candidates are expected to take up the examination, stated a report. Notably, there will be no usage of mobile phones and other electronic gadgets inside the exam hall, including the teachers and invigilators. The online registration process for the recruitment exam was open from July 10 till July 24. The last date to pay the application fee of the exam was on July 30. Topics:

Watch: Steve Smith hit by lethal bouncer from Jofra Archer

Saturday, August 17 2019

Watch: Steve Smith hit by lethal bouncer from Jofra Archer

A rocket Jofra Archer bouncer clattered Steve Smith down flat on his face, cutting short a masterclass knock as the ace batsman was forced to retire after lunch on Day 4 of the rain-affected second Ashes Test at Lord's on Saturday. Smith was batting on 80 from 152 balls when in the 77th over a delivery by Archer hit him on the unprotected part of the neck. The medics ran into the middle from both sides, as the England players rushed to the former Aussie skipper immediately. Smith lay on his back before slowly getting back on his feet, he looked dazed. The medics forced him to leave the field with Australia at 203/6, still some way behind England's first innings score of 258. Smith walked out to loud applause after helping his side out of a hole as he did in the first Test. At lunch, Smith had chiselled England's lead down to 103, guiding Australia to 155/5. Smith was batting on 53 off 122 balls (4x6), his seventh consecutive Ashes half-century, with skipper Tim Paine giving him company on 21 (63 balls). In the first Test, which Australia won by 251 runs, Smith notched up centuries in each innings to put up a masterclass display of five-day batting in a completely unorthodox fashion. Jofra Archer just did this to Steve Smith. Can't help but think about Phil Hughes. Frightening! #Ashes19 pic.twitter.com/O216t7wVQJ — Hitesh Chugani (@hitsubishi) August 17, 2019 SEARCH

Harmeet celebrates nomination for Arjuna with semis spot

Saturday, August 17 2019

Harmeet celebrates nomination for Arjuna with semis spot

Harmeet celebrates nomination for Arjuna with semis spot Harmeet celebrates nomination for Arjuna with semis spot Source : Last Updated: Sat, Aug 17, 2019 18:54 hrs The paddler from Gujarat, who had played a crucial role in India's entry into the Champions Division of the World event last year and again in a gold-winning chase at the Commonwealth Championships at Cuttack, celebrated his triumph as the news trickled in about his nomination for the Arjuna Award. He will take on Soumyajit Ghosh, who is on a comeback trail, in the second semi-final on Sunday. Ghosh, who won a bronze at the recent Nigerian Open -- he lost to Aruna Qadri -- took as little time as possible against No. 2 seed Sudhanshu Grover, winning the quarterfinal 4-0. From the top-half, only No. 4 seed Sanil Shetty survived but not before struggling into the semis against Haryana's Jeet Chandra, with a 4-2 decision. The left-handed Shetty will meet Tamil Nadu's Sushmit Sriram, who accounted for Anirban Ghosh of Railways, in a tough match that went down to the wire. Harmeet had all the shots in the book against veteran Saha who failed to put up the kind of resistance he is known for. The veteran was found wanting and it made things rather easy for a rampaging Harmeet. But the best match of the day was played between Sushmit and Anirban. The gutsy Railways player was down 1-2 but did well to give a jolt to the Tamil Nadu player when he levelled 3-3 before the lanky Sushmit sealed his fate in the decider. As for Shetty, his Haryana rival Jeet was unable to cope with the angled shots that the PSPB paddler thrived on and wilted after the fourth game when the score was level. Soumyajit, on the other hand, was well and truly on his way to announce his mainstream return. Among women, only the seventh-seeded Ayhika Mukherjee remained in the fray and put it across Maharashtra's Diya Chitale in a one-sided affair while the other overnight surviving seed No. 2 Madhurika Patkar was consumed by the young and talented Diya 4-1 earlier in the pre-quarterfinal. After the way Diya had played against No. 2 seed Madhurika Patkar of PSPB, one expected the Maharashtra girl to do well, if not repeat the pre-quarterfinal performance, against No. 7 seeded Ayhika Mukherjee. But the seasoned campaigner posted a quick victory. In the morning, however, Madhurika was awful and unable to counter an attacking Diya, who had her backhand working well, interspersed with good forehands. Diya won 5-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-4, 11-7 to enter the quarterfinals. Yet, the best women quarterfinal happened to be the one between Selenadeepthi and Mousumi Paul. The PSPB paddler, despite being inconsistent to begin with, roared back to level 3-3 and took the issue to the decider when the Tamil Nadu paddler upped the ante to beat her and enter the semi-finals. Nevertheless, the surprise pack was left-hander Shruti Amrute, who beat Anusha Kutumbale 4-2 in a good match. SEARCH

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