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11 new cases of Coronavirus detected in Maharashtra, count reaches 63

Eleven more cases of coronavirus have been reported in Maharashtra in the last 24 taking the tally of cases in state to 63. Out of these 11 cases, one case is from Pune and the other ten are from Mumbai.

According to the officials, seven patients from Mumbai have been admitted to Kasturba Hospital, while the other three have been admitted to Saifee Hospital, Nanavati Hospital and HN Reliance Hospitals, Mumbai, respectively.

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On the sudden increase of positive cases in the state, Maharashtra’s Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that the number of positive cases has increased by 11 within a day; which includes, eight people with travel history and, three got infected because of coming into contact with the rest. He also appealed to the citizens to practice social distancing to curb the spread of this disease.

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I’m ready for a reunion, I approached Lalit for reconciliation, but he isn’t ready: Jatin Pandit

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Jatin and Lalit Pandit have many hits to their credit together. Be it ‘Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikander’, ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’, ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ and ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ among others. But, the duo parted ways in 2006 after their last composition for Aamir Khan’s ‘Fanaa’. 

When Jatin was questioned about having a reunion with Lalit through a concert, Jatin revealed, “It was not my decision to part ways, hence I’m not responsible for it. I’m always ready for a reunion, I even approached Lalit for reconciliation, but he isn’t ready. I’ve been refused so many times that now I’ve stopped saying. It’s okay, I respect everyone’s privacy.”

Jatin Pandit and Lalit Pandit

The music composer who misses composing with Lalit, added, “It’s not easy to forget a partnership, because you go through a lot of emotions with your ‘working partner’. Be it any achievement, success, failure, good or bad, all the emotions are lived together. So, obviously, I miss my partner. But, things can be resolved only when one is willing to sit and talk about the matter. Otherwise, nothing can happen.” 

Moreover, Jatin feels sad that even his brother, Lalit’s kids don’t talk to him. “I never felt bad when Lalit hosted events and had my name associated with it. Lalit never reached out to me even when he was performing our compositions somewhere. It saddens me the most that the children of my brother don’t come and talk to me,” said Jatin.

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I’ve to be a bit slow while dealing with epilepsy, but I can do everything: Fatima Sana Shaikh

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Fatima Sana Shaikh is quite active on her social media pages. The ‘Dangal’ actress had an ‘ask me anything’ session on Instagram recently. And it was a good opportunity for her fans to come up with various questions. 

When a few fans asked several queries about epilepsy, the actress said, “I’ve to be a bit slow, but I can do everything. There are some odd and tough days that slow me down, but I’ve been fortunate enough to work with people I always wanted to. It has neither affected my passion, nor I ever compromised on any effort to do my best. In fact, it pushes and drives me to work harder.”

Fatima Sana Shaikh

A fan asked Fatima why epilepsy patients are made to smell a stinking shoe. Fatima responded, “That’s a myth, that shouldn’t be done. Already it’s traumatic to come out of a seizure. So, the last thing you would want is to wake up to a stinking shoe! It has been done to me and it’s horrible!”

A fan asked Fatima, who’s suffering from epilepsy, if he can workout, the actor replied, “I workout, it keeps the endorphins coming. It makes me feel good. But still, one should consult their doctor for the same.”

Also read: I was spotted following a balloon man in my childhood: Twinkle Khanna

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I was spotted following a balloon man in my childhood: Twinkle Khanna

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Actress-turned-author Twinkle Khanna went down the memory lane by posting a video on her social media page on Children’s Day. Opening about her childhood days, Twinkle revealed how she followed a balloon seller on the streets of Mumbai.  

Twinkle wrote in her post, “An apocryphal tale around my childhood states that as a tiny toy in what was then called Cadbury Academy, I followed a balloon man out of the gate of the nursery. I was spotted on Linking Road, still following the balloon man, by my aunt’s hairdresser, Lucy and brought back home. It seems slightly unbelievable. How could I walk so much? What are the chances of Lucy seeing me on the street?”

Twinkle Khanna

The author recorded this video when she had gone out to get balloons for her daughter, Nitara’s birthday. She added in her caption and wrote, “But memory is a strange thing. Because I have heard this so many times, regardless of what really happened, I can see myself outside a particular shop on Linking Road. I have an image in my head of walking on that particular pavement and yes, I can see a wiry balloon man striding ahead of me. I hope the day I got these balloons for my daughter’s birthday, no one followed me.” she also added.

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