Sonali Bendre's Cancer News - Wishing her best of health!
Sri Reddy says top south actor Srikanth gave her "O L"
"Actress Sonali Bendre Behl has been diagnosed with a "high-grade cancer" that has metastised. The 'Sarfarosh' actress is currently undergoing treatment in New York.
Sharing the news on her social media, the 43-year-old said, "Sometimes, when you least expect it, life throws you a curveball. I have recently been diagnosed with a high-grade cancer that has metastised, which we frankly did not see coming. A niggling pain led to some tests, which led to this unexpected diagnosis."
My family and close friends have rallied around me, providing the best support system that anyone can ask for. I am very blessed and thankful for each of them.
There is no better way to tackle this, than to take swift and immediate action. And so, as advised by my doctors, I am currently undergoing a course of treatment in New York. We remain optimistic and I am determined to fight every step of the way. What has helped has been the immense outpouring of love and support I’ve received over the past few days, for which I am very grateful.
I’m taking this battle head on, knowing I have the strength of my family and friends behind me."
This Kerala bus with adult film stars painted all over it leaves netizens in splits
Sri Reddy who recently made comments on director AR Muragadoss did not stop there. She continued making comments on the other members of Kollywood film industry. She posted some interesting comments on hero Sriram (Srikanth in Tamil) who acted in the films like Okariki Okaru, Aadavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule, and LIE.
“5years bk I guess hope u remember the celebrity cricket league party in Hyderabad at the park hotel.. I love the way u eat my p..sy.. u promised a role when we dance together in club..u remember ??#tamilleaks” posted Sri Reddy on her Facebook profile.
She also made allegations on Raghava Lawrence saying, “I got to know Lawrence master through sm of my frds,that day we met in lobby in golkonda hotel, masabtank..he took me to his room..after I entered into the room I saw a guru raghavendra swami photo nd some rudrakshas nd all..I felt wow..after that he started the conversation that he came from a poor family and he like to help to newcomers nd all,I started to trust him..he said he is giving shelter to the many poor children..I was impressed..but slowly slowly he showed his true color..he asked me to show my belly,that nd this..strange part is stand nd tempt ur self in the mirror,do some romantic moves,do romance with the mirror..wats wrong wt him).. after dat he did a ride on .. ..he said immediately ur offer is confirm..but end part is very sad..I continued the friendship for some time,but bellamkonda became a villain in it..#tamilleaks”
Woman wants hubby booked for oral sex
The images pasted on a private bus of Chikkoos Tours
and Travels from Trivandrum took a Twitter user by
surprise and he decided to share it online. And quickly
it created a buzz online leaving people in splits as they
never saw a bus with photos of adult film stars.
"Can a husband who forces his wife to perform oral sex be booked under section 377 of the IPC for "unnatural act"?
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to examine this crucial question.
The decision by a two-judge bench of justices NV Ramana and MN Shantanagoudar ironically comes two days after a constitution bench of the apex court reserved its judgment on petitions seeking decriminalisation of section 377 of Indian Penal Code.
The issue came to the fore when a woman wanted to book her husband, a doctor, for allegedly forcing her to perform unnatural oral sex during their four years of marriage.
The bench issued a notice to the husband after the Gujarat-based wife's counsel Aparna Bhat accused him of forcing the woman to perform oral sex on him and said this was nothing but "sex against the order of nature" which has been categorised as an offence under section 377.
The woman approached the Supreme Court after the Gujarat High Court, acting on a petition by the husband, quashed an FIR she lodged against him for rape and unnatural sex. Gujarat HC said that under section 375 IPC (rape) there is no provision for marital rape and also rejected the arguments that allegations constituted an offence under section 377. The woman who married the man in 2014 complained that her husband frequently forced her to indulge in oral sex against her wishes.
Bhat argued: "Her husband was incapable of comprehending her objection. The husband, aside from his insistence on oral sex which was unnatural in the perception of the woman, persisted with her to allow video recording of their physical encounters.
"She was compelled to put up with the depraved demands which were often accompanied by threats and physical abuse, entirely devoid of her free will."
47 Million-year-old Fossils of sea creatures Discovered In Rajasthan Deserts
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In Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district, paleontologists have stumbled upon nearly 47 million-year-old fossils of the primitive whale, shark teeth, crocodilian teeth and turtle bones, which according to experts suggest that the area was undersea in the pre-historic age.
For the past one year, the western branch of the Geological Survey of India had been conducting research on fossil fuels in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Fossils of several animals including that of whale, shark teeth, crocodile teeth and bones of turtle belonging of middle Eocene Age were unearthed from Bandah village in Jaisalmer.
Kumar said that the most significant finding was the fragmented jaw and vertebrae which was later identified to be of a primitive whale.
The presence of marine remains indicates that about 47 million years ago, there was a sea in this area, he said, adding that faunal record shows similarity with earlier reported fauna of middle Eocene Harudi formation, Kachhch Basin, and Gujarat, thus representing similar shallow marine deposition under tropical-temperate conditions.
The Eocene Epoch constitutes the middle part of the Paleogene period (65-23 million years ago), preceded by the Pale47 Mocene and succeeded by the Oligocene epoch (34-23 million years ago); all of these periods and epochs were part of the Cenozoic Era (65 million years ago).
Moreover, in October 2017, a 152-million-year-old Ichthyosaur fossil was discovered in the Kutch desert, Gujarat, for the first time in India. They match the specimen with Ophthalmosauridae, a family of ichthyosaurs which lived in the oceans between 165 and 90 million years ago.
The fossil was found inside rocks from the Mesozoic Era, marking a Jurassic record in India and proving some sort of biological connectivity of India with the other continents of the Jurassic world. It gives us a nudge that a lot more could be discovered here from that thrilling era.