Mumbai. ‘Naagin 3‘ fame Pearl V Puri was arrested by the police. Pearl V Puri has been arrested by Mumbai Police under the POCSO Act for raping a minor. Mumbai’s Vasai Court has sent Pearl to 14-day judicial custody. After Pearl’s arrest, many TV stars including Ekta Kapoor have come out in their support, meanwhile an alleged audio of Ekta Kapoor is becoming increasingly viral on social media. However, News18 does not confirm this video. Custom Keto Diet Review
In this viral audio Ekta Kapoor Viral Audio Talking to the mother of the victim. In the audio, Ekta Kapoor is requesting the victim’s mother to tell the truth to everyone. Talking to Ekta Kapoor in the audio, the victim’s mother is saying that Parv V Puri is innocent. Her husband has leveled this allegation to tarnish the image of Pearl V Puri. Ekta Kapoor is asking the victim’s mother why she has kept silence till now. In response, the victim’s mother is saying that she is silent because of her husband. I have also disclosed this to the victim as to why she is not able to support Pearl V Puri. While she wants to save Pearl V Puri.
Ekta feels that the victim’s mother should speak the truth. Pearl V Puri’s career will be ruined because of one allegation. Let us tell you that the investigation of Pearl V Puri’s connection with this case is going on, but many TV stars feel that this allegation against Pearl is false. Many stars including Ekta Kapoor, Surbhi Jyoti, Karishma Tanna, Anita Hassanandani, Nia Sharma, Rakshanda Khan, Nikki Sharma, Ali Goni and Divya Khosla Kumar have stood in support of the actor.
SINGAPORE, June 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Trip.com Group, leading global travel services provider, has joined the United Nations Global Compact to inspire change. Since 17th May 2021, Trip.com Group has been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and corruption.
Trip.com Group has joined the UN Global Compact in its aim to mobilize a global movement to create an improved world for everyone. To make this happen, the UN Global Compact will support Trip.com Group to do business responsibly by aligning strategies and operations with its ten principles on human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption, as well as take strategic actions to advance broader societal goals, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with an emphasis on collaboration and innovation.
“We are very pleased to have joined the UN Global Compact in its mission to achieve a better world. In recent years, the travel industry has led efforts to unite for common causes, which is why joining the UN Global Compact to align strategies and operations was an obvious decision for our company. It has always been my firm belief that travel is such a positive force for deepening understanding between peoples and nations. We will continue in the pursuit of common aims, to look at more ways we can be more sustainable, resilient, and create a better future for our communities and societies.” said Jane Sun, CEO of Trip.com Group.
Trip.com Group’s participation in the UN Global Compact is an obvious next step for the travel group which has previously led the travel industry with its efforts supporting various Sustainable Development Goals. These include but are not limited to promoting undeveloped destinations to boost local socioeconomic growth, assisting in carbon offsetting, empowering women, and working with the Edesia project to donate food to young children suffering from malnutrition in West African countries.
As part of its ongoing efforts, Trip.com Group donated over three million surgical masks to nations in need and most recently donated 400 oxygen generators to India to provide support during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Furthermore, Trip.com Group pledged to support UN’s Women’s Empowerment Principles and instills these principles at all levels of its organization. At Trip.com Group, currently female employees make up over 50% of the workforce, 41% of mid-level managerial positions and over 30% of executive posts. It has implemented various policies, ranging from support for expectant and new mothers, to generous paid leave, and the flexibility to work at home, to help capable women achieve their highest potential in their career without having to compromise on family life. Whilst these industry-leading steps have seen significant success, the company is committed to continuing to improve the status of women in the workplace.
About Trip.com Group:
Trip.com Group is a leading global travel service provider comprising of Trip.com, Ctrip, Skyscanner, and Qunar. Across its platforms, Trip.com Group enables local partners and travelers around the world to make informed and cost-effective bookings for travel products and services, through the aggregation of comprehensive travel-related information and resources, and an advanced transaction platform consisting of mobile apps, websites and 24/7 customer service centers. Founded in 1999 and listed on NASDAQ in 2003 and HKEX in 2021, Trip.com Group has become one of the best-known travel brands in the world, with the mission to “pursue the perfect trip for a better world”.
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New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan is one of the most popular stars in the world. It is no surprise that he has worked shoulder to shoulder with top stars across the globe. Today on Angelina Jolie’s birthday, we take a look back at the time when the Hollywood star shared her special Bollywood moment with the King of Bollywood. Let us tell you that today is the birthday of Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie. On this occasion, all the fans of the actress are congratulating her.
She was seen together with the film ‘Maleficent’ star SRK on the stage of a popular award show in 2000. Dressed in an orchid pink gown, Angelina stepped onto the stage holding Shah Rukh’s hand. The actress gave the Best Actress award to Aishwarya Rai for her superb performance in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’. Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan were also in the lead roles in this film.
Shahrukh Khan has had a crush on Hollywood beauty for a long time. If reports are to be believed, he once said that he would not think twice before signing a film with Angelina. Meanwhile, on the work front, Shah Rukh Khan will next be seen in Siddharth Anand’s ‘Pathan’ where he will be reuniting with his ‘Om Shanti Om’ and ‘Chennai Express’ costar Deepika Padukone. John Abraham will also be in an important role in the film. The makers of the film have also roped in Salman Khan for a special cameo. Apart from this, Shah Rukh also has a film based on Rajkumar Hirani’s immigration. He will also play a special role in ‘Brahmastra’ and ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’. Angelina Jolie, on the other hand, will next be seen in ‘Eternals’. The film is supported by Oscar winning director Chloe Zhao.
The UK has signed a post-Brexit trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, the government has announced.
The agreement will be a major boost for trade between the four non-EU nations, which is already worth £21.6bn, UK minister Liz Truss said.
She claimed it would boost sectors such as digital and cut tariffs on UK farm products such as cheese and meat.
Britain is Norway’s top trading partner outside the European Union (EU).
The UK government said reduced import tariffs on shrimps, prawns and haddock would cut costs for UK fish processing, helping to support jobs in Scotland, East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.
As Britain is no longer part of the European Common Fisheries Policy, it must deal directly with Norway and UK fleets are keen to have access to the country’s sub-Arctic seas.
However, many Norwegian farmers have expressed concerns at opening up the domestic market to British beef and cheese.
State broadcaster NRK says the country’s market of 5.4 million people is small but potentially lucrative, with strong purchasing power.
The countries involved are the three non-EU members of the European Economic Area, which allows them to be part of the EU’s single market.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said “the deal allows for growth in trade for both our countries”.
However, the Norwegian government said the deal with the UK would not restore all the advantages it had when both countries were in the EEA.
In terms of their overall trade volumes, this deal is more significant for Norway and Iceland than it is for the UK.
But politically, it’s really important for the post-Brexit British government to show that new trade deals are being done quickly. Even if – as the Norwegian side points out – it is less open than the previous relationship inside the same single market.
The new deal builds on the rollover agreement the UK signed before it left the EU’s economic zone, and the government is keen to stress it includes important elements on digital trade which go beyond what the EU has.
But digital and data provisions are relatively new elements in free trade agreements, and it’s still unclear how effective they are in the long term.
“At first sight, the deal looks cautiously ambitious,” says trade expert David Henig from the European Centre for International Political Economy.
“In many fields, from climate change to SMEs [small businesses] to digital, it sets out some goals, without it being obvious that the underlying provisions will deliver them.”
So, it’s a decent start. But it’s the implementation that counts.
“Prior to the UK’s exit from the EU, Norway enjoyed free movement of goods, services, capital and persons to the UK through the EEA agreement,” Norway said.
“A free trade agreement will not provide similar access to the British market.”
The UK’s international trade secretary, Liz Truss, said the deal would be “a major boost for our trade with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, growing an economic relationship already worth £21.6bn, while supporting jobs and prosperity in all four nations at home”.
Iceland’s Foreign Minister, Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson, said an agreement with the UK had been a priority for his country and would be “crucial for both Icelandic companies and consumers”.
Mumbai: Filmmaker Hansal Mehta’s father Deepak Subodh Mehta has passed away. The filmmaker has informed about the death of his father through social media. However, Hansal Mehta has not given any information about the reason for his death. He has written an emotional post on Twitter, sharing a photo with his father, with which he has said goodbye to his father. The filmmaker has written a very emotional message in his post about father Deepak Subodh Mehta (Hansal Mehta’s Father Passes Away).
Sharing a photo with his father, Hansal Mehta wrote in his post- ‘I always thought that he would overtake me. But, I was wrong. See you on the other side Pappa. The most handsome man in the world and the most gentle and generous person I have ever met. Thank you papa for your unconditional love. Thank you my legend, my hero.’
Nearly 500,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been left without clean drinking water after a volcano erupted, the charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has warned.
It says because cholera is endemic and poses a great threat there is an urgent need to provide people in the eastern city of Goma with safe drinking water.
A reservoir and pipes were damaged when Mount Nyiragongo erupted on 22 May.
Hundreds of thousands of people are still unable to return to their homes.
“We are assisting the immediate needs of displaced people, but it is not enough,” said Magali Roudaut, MSF head of mission in DRC.
“We demand urgent support of other humanitarian organisations to assist people.”
MSF said its teams were providing medical services in the nearby town of Sake, “where between 100,000 and 180,000 people are gathering in churches, schools, mosques, and on the streets”.
Mount Nyiragongo, 10km (six miles) from Goma, spewed lava 10 days ago, killing 32 people, the UN says.
There have been many tremors since one of the world’s most active volcanoes erupted.
In an effort to assess the level of risk experts have flown drones into a second smoking crater where molten lava has been spitting out of the ground.