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TS Darbari Shares YouTube Video - How to stay motivated
Mr. T S Darbari says that we all hear from scholars that we need to stay motivated to achieve any goal. Mr. TS Darbari further adds that it is not easy to stay motivated all the time.
How to stay motivated all the time explained by Mr. T S Darbari?
Mr. TS Darbari shares the YouTube video by Sandeep Maheshwari. In this video, Sandeep Maheshwari explains how to stay motivated all the time. According to TS Darbari, this YouTube video by Sandeep Maheshwari must be watched by everyone. TS Darbari says that Sandeep Maheshwari has explained it really well and according to TS Darbari, this YouTube video shows the talent of Sandeep Maheshwari
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TS Darbari Blog on Maharashtra Government Vs Kangana Ranaut
TS Darbari says that suddenly the whole fraternity went against Kangana Ranaut. The reaction is not sudden but a well-planned action to shun the voice revealing the true face of Bollywood deep in the mud of crime and illegal drugs. The film fraternity has always shown the support to anything or everything against the culture and unity of India. It has boasted the stories of dons and smugglers. It has made the criminals heroes and supported the voices of anti-national elements. TS Darbari says this is a huge attack on democracy by Bollywood with the support of the state government.
According to TS Darbari- Bollywood is scared of a woman taking the side of truth and fighting for the justice for Late veteran actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Though it is also a fact that no one knows what happened that night and no once can proclaim Rhea Chakraborty a criminal unless it is proved so. But the whole thing is not about supporting Rhea, it is about covering the true face of Bollywood which is filthy and drowned deep in the world of crime funded by the money of underworld and anti-national forces. Long gone the days, when Bollywood was all about creativity and country where the great actors like- Ashok Kumar, Mehmood, Dilip Kumar and many more ruled the Bollywood because of their talent and they thought about the country and the poor. They were inclined towards creativity, acting, direction and good scripts, now it is all about glamour. Mr. T S Darbari says that Bollywood, now, is captive of anti-national sentiment and works at the behest of its masters. Good people are still there but they are scared. When a millenium superstar like Amitabh Bachchan keeps quite at all the wrong doings, we must understand how much good people there are scared. TS Darbari further says that Kangana Ranaut is the latest example how innocent people are exploited and harassed there. TS Darbari also adds that it is no co-incidence that popular actors who showed up during Anti-CAA movement were silent at the controversial death of a young superstar. Don't you think that perhaps they work on the orders of some people who own the power and coerce them to do what they are doing.
In an article published by NDTV, Kangana Ranaut alleged that the Maharashtra government is targeting her because of her fight with the Shiv Sena.
TS Darbari says that it is not by chance that she argues with a big leader of Shiv Sena and the very next day her office is demolished. TS Darbari says that it shows that the leaders still think that they are king and the citizens are their property. NDTV further reports that Her lawyers have gone to the Bombay High Court to try and stop the demolition work. They claimed there was an order against any demolition till September 30 because of Covid.
Mr. TS Darbari says that why was BMC in so much hurry while there are so many properties illegaly constructed in Maharashtra. According to Mr. TS Darbari this is what happens when you dare to reveal the true face of a nexus. This is the reaction according to TS Darbari.
NDTV further reported that The BMC had listed 14 "violations" at her office in Mumbai's Pali Hills, which included a toilet apparently built in space marked for a kitchen and an office set up in an area meant for a toilet. A civic official was quoted by Press Trust of India as saying "illegal alterations" at the Bandra bungalow of the Bollywood star would also be demolished.
Mr. TS Darbari shares the link of the news by NDTV-
Mr. TS Darbari says that whatever is happening is not democratic. According to Mr. TS Darbari, "They should have not done this and CM of Maharshtra who is a respected personality must intervene."
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South African volunteers on AstraZeneca's experimental coronavirus vaccine trial said they were not worried to hear the trial had been paused after a participant fell ill and they hoped to be part of a potential solution to the pandemic.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African volunteers on AstraZeneca’s experimental coronavirus vaccine trial said they were not worried to hear the trial had been paused after a participant fell ill and they hoped to be part of a potential solution to the pandemic. The vaccine, developed with the University of Oxford, has been described by the World Health Organization as probably the world’s leading candidate and the most advanced in terms of development. Some 2,000 volunteers in South Africa are taking part in the trial which was paused globally on Tuesday after an unexplained illness in a participant. An independent committee will review safety data. Khensani Nkuna, 27, started the trial in July. She said she had not yet been personally told about the suspension, but added the unexplained illness was not worrying her since she had no symptoms. “I don’t know what caused the illness,” she said. Other participants shared her sentiments. “It doesn’t make me feel afraid, particularly since my own experience hasn’t yet seen me suffer any negative side effects,” said 32-year old Robyn Porteous. “I totally understand and respect the need for extreme caution and the following of strict process... so I appreciate the Oxford trial’s honesty about the matter,” she added. Another participant, 58-year old Aslam Dasoo, who is a medical doctor and convener of a healthcare advocacy group, said he was not concerned as the pause was routine. “The race for a vaccine is unparalleled in history and does amplify issues that do come up, like this, beyond what it would normally do in any conventional trial,” said Dasoo, who has lost people close to him due to COVID-19. NO GUINEA PIGS Nkuna, a mother of a toddler who lives in Diepkloof in Johannesburg’s Soweto township, said she was aware of the risks of the trial but hoped her participation could help lead to a potentially lifesaving vaccine. Her family and friends objected to her taking part however, fearing she could get the virus, which has infected more than 27.6 million people and killed over 890,000 globally. “I said I am willing to give it a try,” Nkuna said, admitting that the fear that she could get COVID-19 and possibly lose her life still grips her sometimes. “I wanted to be part of the solution, I want to save the world because (COVID-19) is destroying people,” she said. “So many people have died, this COVID is destroying the lives of people.” Testing of new medical interventions in Africa is often controversial. After the continent’s first COVID-19 trial was announced, anti-vaccine activists protested against Africans being used as test subjects. South Africa was also in talks to conduct other experimental vaccine trials with Johnson & Johnson and Novavax Inc. “We had to eliminate the perception that this was a guinea pig experiment on poor African people, which it isn’t,” said Dasoo. Analysts say running clinical trials could help the country secure access to a vaccine on a continent where many don’t have access to medical interventions. “People have their views and opinions, but the vaccine is a good thing,” Nkuna said. “We can save the world.” Editing by Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo and Alexandra Hudson