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சி.பி.ஐ விசாரணைக்கு தயக்கம்? Nakkheeran News Box | VijayaBhaskar | Udit Surya | NEET exam

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  1. Simon Paul

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    NEET itself is a Fraud!!!

  2. Vinoth GS

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    I guessed, they cannot do the cheating without help of health secretary and Health minister!!!

  3. Boss Boss

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    போங்கடா நார்ப்பயலுகளா, எத்தனை பேர் செத்தாலும் உங்களுக்கென்ன, நீட்டுக்கு முன்னாடி தேர்வாகி மருத்துவர்கள் ஆகி சாதனை படைத்து கொண்டிருக்கும் மக்கள் எம் மக்கள்

  4. Poulraj Poulraj

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    adai naki naya

  5. சிவன் இன்

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    அரசியல்வாதிக்கு ஒரு நீதி மக்களுக்கு ஒரு நீதியா…….?
    என்னய்யா நீதிமன்றம் நீதிமன்றங்கள் நீதி வழங்குவதில் தவறு செய்கின்றது எல்லாம் அரசியல்வாதிகளின் மிரட்டல் ஆட்சி…..!
    இனி மக்கள் ஆட்சி தான் வர வேண்டும் அரசியல் வாதி நீதிபதி காவல்துறை இல்லை அரசு துறை சேர்ந்தவராக இருந்தாலும் மக்கள் தீர்ப்பு வழங்க வேண்டும் எந்த எந்த மாநிலத்தில் நடக்கிறதோ சரியான ஆதாரம் இருந்தால் அந்த மாநில மக்களே வேளையில் இருக்கனுமா வேண்டாமா முடிவு செய்கிற மாதிரி மக்கள் தீர்ப்பு வர வேண்டும் இல்லை வர வைக்கனும்…..?

  6. ravi jeyandran

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Gutkha baskar now niet baskar

  7. Ganesan R

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Neet to be banned.. no other choice…

  8. S. RC Bose

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Don't ever take this Neet exam Mark sheet, Out of the Country
    They will spit on your faces, Our digital INDIA is good for doing Only for 420s works.
    Funny goverment.

  9. Sivakami K

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Makku manavarkal ah??? All students are clever

  10. Gumbala Suthuvom

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    நேரா கமெண்ட்ஸ் செக்ஷன் வந்தவங்க லைக்க போடுங்க, கும்பலா சுத்துவோம் ஸ்வீடன்

  11. Thanakrishnan Pandi

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    இனி கல்வியை யாராலும் காப்பாற்ற முடியாது.

  12. Palani Tamil nalla erukku

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Nan kaikari virpavan talluvandi anal parpanan veeddar kai kari vangka maddan nan athil madu kari panri kari meen koozi anaytm undu

  13. m.selvam Kumar

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    பீடா குட்கா ஊழல் மன்னன் இவணெல்லாம் சுகாதாரத்துறை அடிமை மங்குணி அமைச்சர்.காசுக்காக பொண்டாட்டியையும் கூட்டிக்கொடுப்பாணுங்க இந்த மாதிரி மானங்கெட்ட அடிமைகள் அமைச்சர்கள்.இவனையெல்லாம் இண்ணும் சுகாதாரத்துறையில் உட்கார வச்சு வேடிக்கை பாக்கும் மானங்கெட்ட கையாலாகாத அடிமைகள் அரசு.ஆண்டகட்சியும் வேஸ்ட்டு.ஆண்டுக்கிட்டு இருக்கக்ககட்சியும் வேஸ்ட்டு.எதிர்க்கட்சி அது கொள்ளையர்கள் முன்னேற்றக்கட்சி.தமிழ்நாட்டின் வாழ்வாதாரத்தை அழித்து தமிழனை பிச்சைக்காரனாக்கியதே ஆண்ட பேண்ட மத்திய கட்சிகளின் சாதணை

  14. Nithisha Nishalini

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Ne evalo unmaiya solra avanunga thappuchutu than irukanunga ena pana pora pollachi issue velliya sonna antha pichakara payalunga atha mooditanunga ithuku ena pannu vanunganu theriyala

  15. Kabilar Kabil

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    Sanitary inspector posting ku avlo commission thalaiva

  16. Chitra Mahalingam

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    What a government ?

  17. 512mrhassan

    October 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    BJP spoil the game

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Shows Baby Bump As Pregnancy Moves Along – HollywoodLife

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Erica Mena s continuing to slay her pregnancy fashion as her baby bump grows. She rocked a plunging tight dress in a new photo where she looked absolutely stunning.

Hot mama to be alert! Erica Mena isn’t letting a growing baby bump cramp her amazing style. The 31-year-old accentuated it in a new outfit, and she shared the pic of her sexy dress to her Instagram on Oct. 22. The new Mrs. Safaree Samuels wore a skin-tight pale yellow dress with a plunging neckline to show off plenty of pregnancy cleavage. The bra-like top of the dress even featured cutouts under her breasts where she flaunted plenty of skin. She’s clearly feeling super body positive as her baby girl grows inside of her.

The dress was sheer but with a layer of fabric underneath that grazed her upper thighs while the rest of the knee-length frock allowed for her gorgeous legs to be seen. It looks like Love & Hip-Hop: New York star Erica might have taken a page out of the fashion book Kim Kardashian, 39, mastered during her 2015 pregnancy with son Saint West, now three. While her dress was tight and sexy, she wore a copper-colored duster jacket over it to only show off the front of her body.

So far Erica doesn’t seem to have issues with swollen feet or ankles, because her footwear was fab in the photo. She wore clear plastic heels with large ankle straps, and the look showed off her perfect red pedicure. That also matched her bright red nails as Erica is keeping up her glam during her pregnancy. She wore her hair in loose waves and had a flawless face of makeup on.

“2019 Scorpio season starts Tomorrow. Let’s get this the serious slay baby girl,” Erica captioned the photo. Her 32nd birthday is on Nov. 8 and her zodiac sign begins on Oct. 23. While other Scorpios responded with “Yassss!” comments, others couldn’t get over how gorgeous Erica looked. User mrs.lateenatwe wrote, “U are slaying this pregnancy 🤰🏾 💕😍,” while sharper2952 added, “STUNNING. SO HAPPY FOR YOU. YOU DESERVE IT ALL. SAFAREE IS YOUR SOUL MATE😍😍😍❤️❤️.” The couple announced Erica’s pregnancy on Oct. 1 and on Oct. 7 they secretly married. Their wedding will be seen on the upcoming 10th season of Love & Hip-Hop: New York, as cameras from the show were reportedly present for the nuptials.





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‘For Colored Girls’ Review: Ntozake Shange’s Women Endure

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Their individuality was always undeniable. But in their latest appearance on a New York stage, it’s clear that their combined strength is what has made these women so vital, so enduring.

There are, technically, seven title characters in “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” Ntozake Shange’s milestone work of theater from the mid-1970s. But in Leah C. Gardiner’s loving, collective embrace of a revival, which opened Tuesday at the Public Theater, seven also equals one.

Such mathematics are of course essential to any ensemble performance, where interdependence is a given. Yet the team of actresses here, channeling what Shange called a choreopoem, takes onstage symbiosis to a radiant new level of both reliance and defiance.

Their lyrical soliloquies may find their characters in extremis. But don’t ever think that they’re helpless in their vulnerability. These women always, but always, have one another’s backs.

And as you watch a show that begins tentatively but keeps swelling in confidence, you realize that their number isn’t limited to seven, or more than twice that, if you count the all-female creative team. Legions of unseen others stand behind them. That includes the many actresses who played these parts in earlier productions, the women who inspired their stories and the female relatives of the cast members, whose faces are printed on their dresses, created by Toni-Leslie James. And of course, Shange herself, who died a year ago and who contained multitudes.

“Colored Girls” was one of the most unexpected theater hits to emerge from the chaotic 1970s. First performed in bars and clubs, it found a more fixed home in New York’s Henry Street Settlement Theater, before moving to the Public Theater in 1976 and then, in short order, to Broadway, where it ran for 742 performances.

Mainstream theatergoers had seen nothing like it. Shange’s free-form text was neither linear nor literal in its depiction of black women struggling to claim their own voices from a society that had either ignored or actively silenced them. “Bein’ alive and bein’ a woman and bein’ colored,” as one character says, “is a metaphysical dilemma I haven’t conquered yet.”

Often they spoke in lush and startling metaphors — about the confusions of girlhood, the salvation of music and, above all, the men who used and abused them — and moved with hypnotic urgency. (“We gotta dance to keep from dyin’,” one says.) They were identified only by the hues of the dresses they wore, as in Lady in Red and Lady in Purple. And the term “colored girls” was neatly sprung from any patronizing racial context.

Despite the rich specificity of its language, the play has proved surprisingly malleable in subsequent adaptations, which include a starry 2010 film by Tyler Perry. The last time I saw “Colored Girls” onstage — in 1995, with Shange directing — the palette of names had been changed (to shades like aqua and rose), and there were references to newly topical subjects, including AIDS.

Gardiner’s version dispenses with those revisions. The text used here rearranges some of the original material. Other poems by Shange have been added and set to sensuous music by Martha Redbone, hauntingly sung by the siren-voiced Sasha Allen, as the Lady in Blue.

But what’s most striking about this incarnation, which is choreographed by Camille A. Brown, is its pervasive sense of women talking to — and being deeply invested in — one another, as if in an eternal support group. It’s a sensibility that starts with its circular stage (Myung Hee Cho did the set, lighting is by Jiyoun Chang), which seems to exert a centripetal force, repeatedly pulling the performers into a single huddle.

Not that the form of the individual monologues has been jettisoned. But while I remember “Colored Girls” as a series of vivid star turns, this version feels like an endlessly fluid collaboration. Some of the separate pieces have been divided, so that more than one person speaks them — or in the case of the balletically graceful deaf actress Alexandria Wailes, signs them.

The individual narratives, many of which were drawn from Shange’s personal experiences, are often dense and elliptical in their imagery. And especially in the early sections, meaning is sometimes muddled.

Other, later monologues land with an impact that shakes the house. They inevitably include the harrowing, climactic piece about a young mother in a disastrously destructive relationship (performed with scalding intensity by Jayme Lawson).

But I was also blown away by Okwui Okpokwasili’s declaration of independence to the unnamed lover who “almost walked off wid alla my stuff.” It’s a great, trenchant piece of writing, irresistibly insistent in its repetitive accusations. But Okpokwasili knows just how to calibrate its quickening cadences.

Throughout, you’re conscious of how all the performers — the others are Celia Chevalier, Danaya Esperanza and Adrienne C. Moore — are so completely there for the actress speaking. They snap their fingers and occasionally murmur in affirmation. If need be, they’ll step in to offer physical support, to prop up another woman if she seems overwhelmed or drained.

They more or less enter dancing, by the way, in a prefatory passage that has them stretching their muscles, finding their grooves and loosely establishing a common physical vocabulary, as if in a workshop. It seems fitting that the show’s exhilarating high point isn’t a single soliloquy but a great, luminous coalescing of everyone onstage.

This boisterous epiphany begins with one woman’s declaration, “My love is too delicate to have thrown back in my face.” The others join in, with a panoply of adjectives that define the incalculable worth of their love: It’s “too beautiful,” “too sanctified,” “too magic” to ever be taken for granted.

Their voices meld, their bodies tumble and tangle together. And sisterhood becomes a single hydra-headed, multitongued entity, invincible and indivisible. God help the man who dares to cross it.

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf

Tickets Through Dec. 1 at the Public Theater, Manhattan; 212-967-7555, publictheater.org. Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.



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Kailyn Lowry once announced she hated ‘life as a brunette,’ but she’s had a change of heart. The ‘Teen Mom 2’ star dyed her hair multiple shades darker, and apparently, it won’t be her last time undergoing such a makeover!

There’s going to be another brunette on Teen Mom 2, and we’re not talking about a new cast member. Following years of dirty blonde hair, Kailyn Lowry, 27, decided to join the darker side! The MTV star debuted her hair makeover in an Instagram post shared on Oct. 22, which revealed her toffee-tinted brunette waves. Consider this dramatic change as a sign for big things to come.

“A woman who changes her hair is about to change her life 💃🏻,” Kailyn captioned the hair makeover post, and now we’re excited! Taylor Kline from Delaware’s Gem Beauty Co. salon was the hairstylist responsible for Kailyn’s new ‘do. Apparently, this won’t be Kailyn’s last time sitting in her chair! “@kaillowry went darker and wants to go even darker next time 💗😍💎,” the hairstylist captioned her own post of the MTV star’s hair. You read that right — Kailyn might dive deeper into the color wheel of dark browns for her next hair appointment!

Ever since Kailyn made her debut on 16 and Pregnant, she has been blonde — well, except that one time she experimented with brown hair in 2013. Kailyn wasn’t quite as happy with the results six years ago, because she tweeted, “I hate my life as a brunette! What was I thinking? On my way back to BLONDE.” Oh, don’t you just love how tweets age. But we think Kailyn’s new tresses look gorgeous!

BEFORE: Kailyn Lowry is seen here with platinum blonde hair at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York on Aug. 20, 2018. (Shutterstock)

What’s next after Kailyn’s visit to the salon? Well, the mother of three sees another baby in her future — with one condition. “No more babies until there’s a ring on this finger,” she tweeted on Oct. 20. So, let’s backtrack — new ‘do, and hopefully, a new man one day? That’s what Kailyn wants, because she also tweeted on Sept. 17, “I’m ready to be a wife & be w my best friend forever.” Kailyn has previously been in relationships with Jo Rivera, Javi Marroquin and Chris Lopez, and shares a son with each ex.





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