Daily Archives: March 18, 2020
Kajol is one of the beautiful actresses of Bollywood and whenever she steps out in the city, the actress never fails to shell out major fashion goals. And it seems, her daughter Nysa is following her mother’s footsteps!
Taapsee Pannu’s recent release ‘Thappad’ has been the talk of the town since the announcement. Post the release of the film, the actress received a lot of appreciation and love for her performance in the film.
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his administration will invoke the Defence Production Act, a move which will see rapid expansion of domestic manufacturing of key medical supplies and equipment, including masks and gloves, to combat the coronavirus outbreak in America. The Act, which was passed by Congress in 1950 at the outset of the Korean War.
FIFA has agreed to delay the first edition of its revamped Club World Cup, due to be held in 2021, to make way for the Euro 2020 and Copa America tournaments which have been postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Professional football has been wiped off the map for weeks, maybe months, after all the major leagues, cups and international competitions were suspended.
FIFA has agreed that the Euro 2020 and Copa America soccer tournaments, which were due to take place in June and July this year, will be held 12 months later due to the coronavirus pandemic and have been included in its international calendar.
Formula One’s August shutdown will be brought forward and extended to a mandatory 21 successive days in March and April as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, the governing body FIA said on Wednesday. The 2020 race calendar has already been suspended, with last weekend’s Australian season opener in Melbourne cancelled and the next three races at least postponed.
Olympic athletes realise there is still four months to go before the Tokyo Games and preparations will be in line with protecting their health from the coronavirus, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said on Wednesday.
Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer on Wednesday said that the Men in Blue can’t afford to look beyond a fit Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Jaffer, who recently retired from all forms of cricket, feels that the former Indian skipper (Dhoni) is an ‘asset’ for the team. The right-handed batsman also said that Dhoni behind the stumps would take the pressure off from KL Rahul.