Angelina Jolie wants Brad Pitt back in her life? Here’s the truth

Angelina Jolie wants Brad Pitt back in her life? Here's the truth

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie parted ways two and a half years ago but the former couple has not yet finalised their divorce. As per a recent report, Angelina has had a change of heart and wants to get back with her former husband so that they can be a big family again.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in a high profile relationship that lasted more than a decade. The couple decided to end their marriage in September 2016 and has fought over the custody of their six children for a long time. There were several reports about them coming on mutual grounds but the latest report claims that Angelina is very much keen to win back her estranged husband.

As per an alleged report by The Sun, Brad Pitt has reportedly turned down the idea of a romantic relationship with Angelina but wants a good meaningful relationship for the sake of their six children.

“Angelina has made it clear to Brad that she wants to be back in a relationship with him. She would like them to be a family again and doesn’t seem capable of moving on. That’s why she is making it so difficult for Brad with every detail of their divorce,” a source contended.

The insider further revealed that Brad Pitt’s primary goal is to be a father for his six children. The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood movie star has reportedly kept his mouth shut because he wants the best for his children

“Angelina is making it horrendous for him and drawing out the process, but it’s not going to make him consider going back. He just wants it all settled — in reality, this could have been over a year ago — but she won’t let go.”

Right after their announcement to part ways, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have led separate lives. Both stars have focused on work and on their respective health. Many fans would want to see Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt together but if Angelina wanted to stay with Brad, she wouldn’t have asked for separation in the first place. It seems like these reports of Angelina wanting to get back together with Brad Pitt are nothing but fabricated news.

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Celebrated Parsi chef Anahita N Dhondy is today the toast of Asia

Celebrated Parsi chef Anahita N Dhondy is today the toast of Asia

Chef Anahita N Dhondy promotes sustainable food.

Chef Anahita N Dhondy was at a vegetable market in Hyderabad picking up fresh veggies for her restaurant when the news reached her. She was selected in the ‘Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2019’ list for her contribution towards food sustainability and for popularising the Parsi cuisine.

“It was overwhelming. The congratulatory messages poured in and I was touched by the warmth. I never thought that my work would be recognised at the national level,” says the 28-year-old, who runs SodaBottleOpenerWala, a chain of Parsi restaurants in the country.

Chef Dhondy promotes Indian millets, which are nutritious and inexpensive homegrown grains, in dishes in the restaurant and in her recipes on social media.

“I am grateful that people are recognising sustainability in this sector,” says Dhondy. She has represented India and SodaBottleOpenerWala at the EAT Forum 2018 and the Chefs Manifesto in Stockholm and London in 2018.

These days she is busy conducting workshops in schools to promote Zero Waste and Clean Plate campaigns which is also in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

“I am teaching youngsters how to reuse food and work towards zero waste of food materials. We have to respect our farmers and environment,” she says.

Jallianwala Bagh massacre: Scars fresh even after 100 years

Jallianwala Bagh massacre: Scars fresh even after 100 years

The Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar.

April 13, 2019 marks the centenary of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, counted as one of the worst atrocities carried out by the British Empire. A 100 years is a long time to forget — new events happen, often painting a different colour on the memories of individuals, willing them to forget the past and focus on the present. But this did not happen with the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

It is an event that is ingrained in the memory of every Indian since the day it happened. Almost exactly a hundred years ago, British troops, commanded by Brig. Gen. Reginald Edward Harry Dyer, opened fire on a crowd of at least 10,000 men, women and children, who had gathered at the Jallianwala Bagh—a park almost completely enclosed with walls and only one exit. According to the British government, 379 people were killed and 1200 were wounded. However, the numbers are said to be much higher according to the locals and many organisations.

The Jallianwala Bagh massacre shocked the entire nation and united the country in its grief and anger against the British Empire. It became a turning point and had a profound effect on the people of the country who started demanding nothing less than the full independence from the British rule.

What happened on 13 April 2019

During World War I, there were a number of repressive powers that were approved by the British government. When the war ended, there was growing unrest among the people of the country — wounded and dead soldiers, inflation and taxation. This led to the passing of “the Rowlatt Act”, which came into effect in March 1919 and legalised arrests without warrant, indefinite detention without trial and control of the press.

This led to an eruption of protests throughout the country, especially in Bengal and Punjab where prominent Congress leaders like Dr Satya Pal and Dr Saifuddin Kitchlew were arrested. Widespread demonstrations were conducted in parts of Punjab that saw the disruption of telegraphs and communication system and deaths of civilians as well as government officials. Most of Punjab was placed under the Martial Law and public gatherings were prohibited.

The well inside Jallianwala Bagh where many men, women and children has jumped into to escape the bullets.

On April 13, 1919, more than 10,000 people had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh, to protest against the British Empire and to celebrate Baisakhi, one of the most important festivals of Sikhs. Gen. Reginald Edward Harry Dyer was alerted on the meeting, and he arrived there with armed troops and sealed off the exit. According to various accounts, the unannounced firing on the civilians continued for 10 minutes till the ammunition was exhausted. Many people jumped in a well inside the park to save themselves from the bullets.

After the firing ceased, the troops withdrew from the location immediately, and the wounded and the dead were left behind, who could not be taken to hospital because of the curfew. Though the official figures claim that 379 people were killed, many organizations, including the Indian National Congress and an independent fact-finding team led by Mahatma Gandhi himself, the total number of dead men, women and children crossed 1,000.

What happened after Jallianwala Bagh massacre

What happened at the Jallianwala Bagh on the Baisakhi say left the entire country shocked. The death toll made it the bloodiest attack on the Indian freedom struggle by the British Empire. All prominent Indian leaders began asking for “complete independence” and Mahatma Gandhi organised his first campaign, “the noncooperation movement”. Nobel laureate and renowned poet Rabindranath Tagore renounced his knighthood and wrote in his letter to Lord Chelmsford, Viceroy of India: “The time has come when badges of honour make our shame glaring in the incongruous context of humiliation, and I for my part wish to stand, shorn of all special distinctions, by the side of those of my countrymen, who, for their so-called insignificance, are liable to suffer degradation not fit for human beings.”

The walls of Jallianwala Bagh still bear the bullet marks

What happened to General Dyer after Jallianwala Bagh

An investigation was carried out and General Dyer was ordered to resign from the military. However, General Dyer was given a sword with the motto, “Saviour of the Punjab”.

Jallianwala Bagh: 100 years on

A hundred years have passed since the fateful day, but the scars remain fresh for India, especially for the people in Punjab. In February this year, the state passed a resolution to seek an apology from the Government of Britain for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre to mark the centenary.

In 1997, Britain had for the first time acknowledged the massacre. Queen Elizabeth II, during her tour of India and Pakistan to mark 50 years of their Independence, visited Jallianwala Bagh to pay respects to the victims of the massacre.

In her address in Delhi a day before the visit, she had said, “It is no secret that there have been some difficult episodes in our past —Jallianwala Bagh, which I shall visit tomorrow, is a distressing example. But history cannot be rewritten, however much we might sometimes wish otherwise. It has its moments of sadness, as well as gladness. We must learn from the sadness and build on the gladness.”

The British Queen did not offer an apology.

Years later, the then British Prime Minister David Cameron too visited Jallianwala Bagh. He described the massacre as a “deeply shameful event in British history”. Cameron, too, did not apologise.

This year, the British Parliament saw debates on the issue and several of its members were of the view that it was high time Britain offered a formal apology. On 9 April, Conservative Party MP Bob Blackman tabled a fresh debate and the members at Westminster Hall of the Parliament complex debated the issue of a formal apology to mark centenary of the tragic incident.

“General Dyer was vigorously defended by – I say this with shame – the Conservative party, as well as most of the military establishment. He evaded any penalties post inquiry, as his military superiors advised that they could find no fault with his actions, his orders, or his conduct otherwise,” Blackman said.

“As we approach the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar on 13 April 1919, it is clear that there needs to be a formal apology from the United Kingdom government that accepts and acknowledges their part in the massacre,” said Labour MP Preet Kaur Gill, with fellow Labour MP adding: “This is the right time for the (British) Prime Minister to publicly apologise.”

On 10 April, British PM Theresa May issued a statement: “We deeply regret what happened and the suffering caused. I am pleased that today the UK-India relationship is one of collaboration, partnership, prosperity and security. Indian diaspora make an enormous contribution to British society and I am sure the whole House wishes to see the UK”s relationship with India continue to flourish.”

Britain once again stopped short of tendering a full apology.

100 years of Jallianwala Bagh massacre: President Kovind, PM Modi pay tributes to victims

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday paid tributes to those who lost their lives in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre that took place on this day 100 years ago.

“A 100 years ago today, our beloved freedom fighters were martyred at Jallianwala Bagh. A horrific massacre, a stain on civilisation, that day of sacrifice can never be forgotten by India. At this solemn moment, we pay our tribute to the immortals of Jallianwala #PresidentKovind,” President Kovind tweeted.

A 100 years ago today, our beloved freedom fighters were martyred at Jallianwala Bagh. A horrific massacre, a stain on civilisation, that day of sacrifice can never be forgotten by India. At this solemn moment, we pay our tribute to the immortals of Jallianwala #PresidentKovindpic.twitter.com/tNt0v5aFWv

— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) April 13, 2019

100 वर्ष पहले आज ही के दिन, हमारे प्यारे स्वाधीनता सेनानी जलियांवाला बाग में शहीद हुए थे। वह भीषण नरसंहार सभ्यता पर कलंक है। बलिदान का वह दिन भारत कभी नहीं भूल सकता। उनकी पावन स्मृति में जलियांवाला बाग के अमर बलिदानियों को हमारी श्रद्धांजलि — राष्ट्रपति कोविन्द

— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) April 13, 2019

“Today, when we observe 100 years of the horrific Jallianwala Bagh massacre, India pays tributes to all those martyred on that fateful day. Their valour and sacrifice will never be forgotten. Their memory inspires us to work even harder to build an India they would be proud of,” the Prime Minister wrote on Twitter.

Today, when we observe 100 years of the horrific Jallianwala Bagh massacre, India pays tributes to all those martyred on that fateful day. Their valour and sacrifice will never be forgotten. Their memory inspires us to work even harder to build an India they would be proud of. pic.twitter.com/jBwZoSm41H

— Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 13, 2019

 Jallianwala Bagh massacre

The massacre took place on 13 April 1919 when troops of the British Indian Army under the command of Colonel Reginald Dyer fired machine guns into a crowd of unarmed protesters and pilgrims who had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh in Punjab’s Amritsar on the occasion of Baisakhi.

The crowd had assembled peacefully at the venue to condemn the arrest of two national leaders — Satya Pal and Saifuddin Kitchlew — when they were fired at indiscriminately by General Dyer and his men.

100 years of Jallianwala Bagh massacre: President Kovind, PM Modi pay tributes to victims

According to British government records, 379 people including men, women, and children were killed while 1,200 were wounded in the firing. Other sources place the number of dead at well over 1,000.

Hundred years on, the United Kingdom is yet to give a full apology for the gruesome attack on unarmed protesters in Amritsar in 1919.

However, British Prime Minister Theresa May had recently said that the United Kingdom “deeply regrets” the 1919 massacre and called it a “shameful scar” on the British-Indian history.

“The tragedy of Jallianwalla Bagh in 1919 is a shameful scar on the British-Indian history. As her Majesty, the Queen said before visiting Jallianwala Bagh 1997, it is a distressing example of our past history with India. We deeply regret what happened and the suffering caused,” May had said at the British Parliament earlier this week. (ANI)

Britain’s shame: The 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre

Britain’s shame: The 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre

1919 – A Scene of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre at Amritsar.

The Amritsar massacre, 100 years ago this Saturday in which British troops opened fire on thousands of unarmed protestors, remains one of the darkest hours of British colonial rule in India.

Known in India as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, it is still an emotive subject with many demanding a British apology — which so far has been unforthcoming.

The number of casualties on April 13, 1919 is unclear, with colonial-era records showing about 400 deaths while Indian figures put the number at closer to 1,000.

The prelude

In March 1919, the British colonial government passed the Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act, or the Rowlatt Act, extending repressive measures in force during World War I (1914-18).

These included incarceration without trial, and caused widespread anger, particularly in the northern Punjab region, with Mahatma Gandhi calling for a nationwide general strike.

In Amritsar news that prominent Indian leaders had been arrested and banished from that city sparked violent protests on April 10.

These saw soldiers fire upon civilians, buildings looted and burned, while angry mobs killed several foreign nationals and attacked a Christian missionary.

High walls

Brigadier General Reginald Edward Harry Dyer was tasked with ensuring order, and imposed measures including a ban on public gatherings.

On the afternoon on April 13 some 10,000 people gathered at the Jallianwala Bagh, an area in Amritsar surrounded by high walls with only one exit.

People were angry in particular about the arrests of two local leaders. April 13 was also Baisakhi, a harvest festival in northern India.

The crowd included men, women, children and pilgrims who were visiting the nearby Golden Temple, one of the holiest sites in Sikhism. Some estimates put the crowd at 20,000.

Enter Dyer

Dyer, later dubbed “The Butcher of Amritsar”, reached the spot with dozens of soldiers and sealed off the exit.

Without warning, he ordered the soldiers to fire on the unarmed crowd. Many tried to escape by scaling the walls but failed. Some jumped into an open well at the site.

Reportedly the troops fired until they ran out of ammunition, letting off hundreds of rounds into the crowd before withdrawing.

The Indian Express earlier this week shared eyewitness accounts compiled by two historians. They included Mani Ram, whose 13-year-old son Madan Mohan used to play in the square with his friends.

“On the 13th April, 1919 he went there as usual and met his tragic end, having been shot in the head which fractured his skull, he bled and died instantaneously,” he told the newspaper.

“I, with eight or nine others, had to search for about half an hour till I could pick up his corpse as it was mixed up with hundreds of dead bodies lying in heaps there.”

Dyer said later that the firing was “not to disperse the meeting but to punish the Indians for disobedience.”

The aftermath

The event marked a nadir in Britain’s occupation of India, and served to boost Indian nationalism and harden support for independence.

Reaction in Britain varied, with Dyer receiving support in the House of Lords and not least from Rudyard Kipling, who is said to have called him “the man who saved India”.

Winston Churchill, then secretary of state for war, called the massacre “monstrous”. Prime Minister Herbert Asquith called it “one of the worst outrages in the whole of our history”.

“The crowd was unarmed, except with bludgeons. It was not attacking anybody or anything… (P)inned up in a narrow place considerably smaller than Trafalgar Square,” said Churchill.

Dyer was removed from command into enforced retirement. He died in 1927.

No apology

Demands by several past Indian leaders and politicians for Britain to apologise for the massacre have fallen on deaf ears.

In 1997 the Queen laid a wreath at a site during a tour of India. But her gaffe-prone husband Prince Philip stole the headlines by reportedly saying that the Indian estimates for the death count were “vastly exaggerated”.

In 2013 David Cameron became the first serving British prime minister to visit Jallianwala Bagh. He described the episode as “deeply shameful” but stopped short of a public apology.

“We must never forget what happened here. And in remembering we must ensure that the United Kingdom stands up for the right of peaceful protest around the world,” Cameron wrote in the visitors’ book.

He later defended his decision not to say sorry, explaining that the massacre happened 40 years before he was born and saying: “I don’t think the right thing is to reach back into history and to seek out things you can apologise for”.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday told parliament that Britain “deeply regretted what happened and the suffering caused.” But she too didn’t say sorry.

Even at the age of 34, this actress looks very hot and beautiful

Surveen Chawla is an Indian actress and model who comes on time around the subcontinent to appear in the film ‘Hate Story 2’.

Even at the age of 34, this actress looks very hot and beautiful

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She is a multi-lingual actress of India who has appeared in different language films. Surveen is an actress who is a victim of casting couch in the film industry. She is also a popular film personality along with a movie star.

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Surveen Chawla appeared in the erotic thriller film ‘Hate Story 2’ with a huge Pandya directed co-actor Sushant Singh. The film was released on July 18, 2014. This is the second sequel of the popular story Hate Story, where Paoli Dam and Gulshan Devayya acted in the film.

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The film is the second installment of Hate Story series. In the film ‘The Hate Story 2′, Sunny Leone starred for popular item song Pink Lips’.

In 2008, she made his debut in the film industry with Kannada film ‘Parmesh Panvala’. Then Surin starred in the Punjabi film ‘Dharati’.

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This actress appeared in many Punjabi films, including in some of the super hits films like ‘In Saadi Love Story’, and ‘Disco City’. In 2013, Surveen started the film with ‘Munroo Ki Munduru Kadhal’ in Tamil.

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Surveen worked in successful films like ‘Hate Story 2’, ‘Creative 3D’ and ‘Welcome Back’.

According to you, who among these nine young actresses looks more beautiful in sari

Friends are the trend of fancy dress nowadays. Most young girls follow this trend. But talk about sari, this is our traditional dress of India, even today many people like sari. Therefore, today we will tell you about some of the young actresses who are very dear to the sari.

According to you, who among these nine young actresses looks more beautiful in sari

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1: Sonakshi Sinha

Sonakshi Sinha won the heart of the audience with her beautiful and beautiful acting. However, Sonakshi is a very bold actress. But Sonakshi is very beautiful in sari.

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2: Jacqueline Fernandes

Jacqueline Fernandes is seen in most fancy clothes. Although they mostly do not wear saris, but Jacqueline Fernandes looks very attractive in sari.

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3: disha Patani

Direction Patani is a stylish actress of Bollywood. They live in a lot of discussions about their clothes. But the beauty of Patani in the sari is increased even further.

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4: Ada Sharma

Ad Sharma works in South and Bollywood films. Ada Sharma is a very cute actress. Ad Sharma has won the hearts of many people in his beauty. Sari is very much jealous of them.

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5: Sarah Ali Khan

Sarah Ali Khan is a very cute and stylist actress. Although Saro is a new actress in Bollywood, she has won the hearts of millions of people from her pay. Sara seems very beautiful and attractive all the way.

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6: Urvashi Routela

Crores of people die on the beauty of Urvashi Routela. Urvashi Routela has won several awards for beauty. Urvii is very beautiful and attractive in saris.

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7: Jahnavi Kapoor

Jahnavi Kapoor has not worked in more such films. Jahnavi Kapoor has won the hearts of millions of people with their best acting and beautifully. Jahnavi Kapoor looks very attractive in sari.

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8: Shraddha Kapoor

Shraddha Kapoor is Bollywood’s most beautiful and stylist actress. There are so many junkies in their beauty. Sari is very attractive on Shraddha Kapoor.

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9: Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt is dressed in all kinds of clothes. Sari makes the beauty of Alia grow. Millions of people have been made beautifully by their loyalty.

This 16 year old actress looks very beautiful, see photos!

This 16 year old actress looks very beautiful, see photos!

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Today you will share photos of an actress who looks very hot and bold at the age of 16. The name of this 16-year-old actress is Reem Sheikh . She is a well known actress of the Bollywood film industry.

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She also appeared in many television shows . By the way, she is now seen in ‘Tujhse Hai Raabta’ which is broadcast on Zee TV.

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Well, they are going to appear in ‘Gul Maqi’ soon, the film will be Malala Yusufzai ‘s biopic and Reem Sheikh plays Malala in it. The film’s director is Amjad Khan.

This beautiful girl is a wife of a famous Indian cricketer

Friends today I am back with an another interesting article for you. So without wasting your precious time let’s start our today’s article.

This beautiful girl is a wife of a famous Indian cricketer

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Friends, in my today’s article I am going to talk with you about an actress who is a wife of a famous Indian cricketer. Friends she is none of any other than her name is Hazel Keech. Hazel Keech is a British model. But she mainly appears in Bollywood movies.

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Hazel was born in England. She completed her schooling from “Beal High School” Hazel was interested in acting and dancing from her childhood therefore during her school days she took part in different kinds of competitions like dancing and acting.

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Hazel appeared in many Bollywood, Tamil and Telugu movies. Hazel and Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh got married in 30 November 2016.

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Kiara Advani spotted in a Transparent White Top, Night Pyjama Pant and Zero Make-up in Public – PHOTOS INSIDE

Kiara Advani is already a known face with movies like ‘Fugly’, ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’. But the success of ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ has elevated her career to a whole new level. The movie already shattered several records at the Box—Office. But, the actress faced a downfall after that.

Kiara Advani spotted in a Transparent White Top, Night Pyjama Pant and Zero Make-up in Public - PHOTOS INSIDE

She is currently working with Shahid Kapoor for the most famous remake and the shooting is inching towards completion. As her Netflix movie ‘Lust Stories’ took her career to the next level, she has signed another project with the same video platform too.

In this case, the actress was recently spotted outside her hotel in Mumbai where she was seen without any makeup and her nightdress. Once again, fans went gaga on seeing her and she waved at them before entering the hotel and we bring those photos to you,