Chrissy TeigenChrissy Teigen Official Instagram (chrissyteigen)Chrissy Teigen sure knows how to turn up the heat. The model took to Instagram and posted a snap that showed her topless. The beauty was soaking up the sun during her vacation.Chrissy sure makes relaxation look good. The gorgeous model has reportedly been sharing an array of photos from her lavish European vacation with her family and best friends. Chrissy was apparently promoting her husband, singer John Legend’s wine brand, Lve.’send me my check @johnlegend @lve_wines,’ she hilariously captioned the snap as she tanned nearly naked. Chrissy had her back to the camera as she posed in a pair of nude cheeky style bikini bottoms while topless and her brunette hair was styled out as she lay flat with the sun shining on her. Singer-songwriter John Legend and his girlfriend model Chrissy Teigen arrive at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, CaliforniaReutersIt is known that John and Chrissy first met on the set of his Stereo music video in 2007, and tied the knot six years later. Earlier in the year, John shared the secrets to how he and Chrissy manage their household with two young children when he spoke to People about their relationship.He said: ‘Luna thinks she can get away with things with us or take things to certain people….You just have to be on the same page all the time, because it’s not fair when there’s one bad person [or] a bad guy…..No one wants to be the bad guy, so it’s helpful when you’re all the bad guy,” she added. “It’s important to be on the same page.’We agree with John there, being on the same page really is important for a relationship, so is communication. But it looks like Chrissy and John have no issues in the relationship department. And we have to say that they do make an adorable couple. You can check out the pic here: Chrissy TeigenChrissy Teigen Official Instagram (chrissyteigen)
Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli, Rohit SharmaInstagramAmid the rumours of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma’s fallout, Anushka Sharma has shared a cryptic post on Instagram which seems to be aimed at Rohit who has apparently unfollowed her on the photo-sharing platform.”A wise man once said nothing. Only truth can shake hands with silence in a mess of false appearances,” read Anushka Sharma’s post on Instagram.There were reports about a rift between Virat and Rohit after Team India failed to make it to the World Cup 2019 finals after getting defeated by New Zealand in the semi-finals.Both Virat and Rohit had a fabulous record in the World Cup 2019 till the top order batsmen came tumbling down under the blows of New Zealand bowlers.Though Virat and Rohit have never spoken about their rumoured tiff, it is being said that two groups have been formed within the Indian team wherein one supports Virat and the other supports Rohit.The Indian team management has claimed that there’s no such issue within the Indian team. But Rohit unfollowing both Virat and Anushka on Instagram has given enough fodder to gossip mongers.Take a look. Anushka SharmaInstagram
President hosts doa mahfil on Eid-e-Miladunnabi. Photo: PIDPresident M Abdul Hamid on Saturday hosted a Milad mahfil at the Darbar Hall of Bangabhaban after Zuhr prayers on the occasion of Holy Eid-e-Miladunnabi, the anniversary of the birth of prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SWM).Acting chief justice Md Abdul Wahhab Miah, finance minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, chief election commissioner KM Nurul Huda, diplomats of different Muslim countries, MPs, political leaders and high civil and military officials also attended the programme.Pesh Imam of Bangabhaban Jame Mosque Maulana Saiful Kabir conducted munajat after the milad mahfil.Special munajat was offered seeking divine blessings for peace and prosperity of the country, welfare of the people and greater unity of the Muslim Ummah across the world.
Share Gabriel Cristóver Pérez/KUTTexas school administrators and law enforcement leaders meet for a round table discussion with Governor Greg Abbott and other state politicians to kick off a three-day series of round table discussions at the State Capitol focusing on school safety in response to the recent Santa Fe High School shooting.Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said he would donate ten more metal detectors to improve security district-wide at Santa Fe Independent School District in addition to detectors offered by one company after the shooting that left ten dead in May.Parents asked the Santa Fe school board to install detectors last week at the first board meeting since the shooting, but the district still has yet to decide if it will use the machines. Along with the donation, Patrick said the Texas Senate would create a matching fund program for other schools that want to install their own metal detectors. In a press release, Patrick said schools that install detectors or buy detection wands before next legislative session will be reimbursed retroactively through that program.Those new security protocols will be in place before the start of the school year, pending district approval, Patrick said.Bob Daemmrich for The Texas TribuneLt. Gov. Dan Patrick speaks at the Republican Party of Texas convention in San Antonio on Friday, June 15, 2018.“Santa Fe parents have asked for immediate action to secure the entrances to their schools and I want to make sure that if the Santa Fe ISD School Board wants to install metal detectors they can do so,” Patrick said in a statement.Patrick’s announcement fits with a broader strategy from Texas Republicans, who in the wake of the fatal May 18 shooting and a fall 2017 shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs have focused on making schools and other public venues less vulnerable as targets. In May, Gov. Greg Abbott laid out a 40-page plan for protecting schools; his pitches ranged from increased mental health screenings to new emergency safety measures to a few, narrow gun-related proposals, including consideration of a “red flag” law in Texas that would allow local officials to seize weapons from individuals declared dangerous by a judge.Patrick, who presides over the Texas Senate, also pledged Monday that in the next legislative session, the upper chamber would create a matching fund program to support installing metal detectors in other school districts. That program will include reimbursements for school districts that purchase such protections before the next session begins.In the immediate wake of the shooting, Patrick drew rebukes and mockery for saying “there are too many entrances and too many exits” to Texas schools. Experts said that schools have long been designed with such safety concerns in mind.“On the day of the shooting in Santa Fe, I made securing the entrances and exits to our schools a top priority,” Patrick said Monday. “Santa Fe parents have asked for immediate action to secure the entrances to their schools and I want to make sure that if the Santa Fe ISD School Board wants to install metal detectors they can do so.”Patrick also said Monday he supports increasing funding for an existing state program that arms school personnel. He has also charged a select committee within the Texas Senate to study school safety.