In Photos: Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Vault at Windsor
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral service took place on Saturday, 17 April, at St George’s Chapel, where it was brought in a specially designed Land Rover. The hearse was followed by the Royal Family who joined the funeral procession on foot, with cousin Peter Philips in between Princes Harry and William.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been interred in the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel. The Duke of Edinburgh's coffin was draped in his 12 feet personal standard and decorated with a wreath of flowers chosen by the Queen, as well as his Admiral of the Fleet Naval Cap and sword.
The arrangements for the funeral were made keeping in mind COVID-protocols, and members of the public were asked to not attend or participate in any of the funeral events.
In a service intended to honour his naval career, the choir sang the hymn associated with seafaring, "Eternal Father, strong to save".
The ceremony was conducted by the Dean of Windsor, David Conner, and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. The Blessing was pronounced by the dean of Windsor.
Senior India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara speaks openly about mental health issues that not only athletes playing at the higher level endure, but also faced by people in their general lives. Over the recent years, the talks of mental health have gained attention and players have also taken breaks from cricket due to focus on the mental aspect of their life. Cheteshwar Pujara, who has been a significant contributor to India’s overseas success in the last few years, said he has seen even the finest of cricketers have mental problems, which was treated and helped by consultation from sports psychologists. The The post I Have Seen Best Of The Players Consulting Sports Psychologists – Cheteshwar Pujara Urges People To Be Open-Minded About Mental Illness appeared first on CricketAddictor.
Abhilasha Patil, who was known for her roles in Tujha Majha Arrange Marriage, Bayko Deta Ka Bayko, Prawaas and Pipsi have passed away due to COVID-19 related complications. The actress was also seen in Badrinath Ki Dulhania and Good Newwz.
Los Angeles, May 6 (PTI) Actor Hannah John-Kamen, best known for playing the role of the villain Ghost in Ant-Man and the Wasp, has been roped in to star in the long-gestating fantasy reboot of Red Sonja.
Andrea Jeremiah has tested positive for COVID-19. The actress confirmed it on her social media informing that she was off social media because she wasn't well. She was also grieved by what was happening in the country and she didn't know what to post
Hina Khan's father had left for the heavenly abode after suffering from a heart attack. The news had come as a shocker for her fans as his sudden demise had taken a toll on the family. And as if that wasn't enough, Hina had tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after her father's death. Recommended Read: Harshdeep Kaur's 'Cutest Alarm Clock' Hunar Is Busy Sleeping Peacefully As The Doting Mom Adores Him Hina Khan had informed her fans about her COVID positive diagnosis by sharing a post on her IG handle, which could be read as "In these extremely difficult and challenging times for me and my family, I have tested positive for COVID-19. Following the guidance of my doctors, I have home quarantined myself and taking all precautions. Requesting everyone who came in contact with me to get themselves tested. All I need is your prayers. Be safe and take care." A few hours back, Hina Khan took to her IG stories and shared an array of unseen pictures with her late father. Her posts featured throwback pictures of her father from different occasions and vacations. Hina also posted some beautiful candid moments with her father, laughing and hugging him. Atop each picture, the doting daughter penned short and sweet messages. Check out the snaps of the same below: To express her love and give tribute to her late father, Hina Khan had changed her IG bio to, "Daddy's strong girl." Her heartwarming gesture had won everyone's hearts. On May 1, 2021, Hina had penned an emotional note on her IG handle. She had posted two masked pictures and had written, "A Helpless Daughter. Who can’t even be with her mother to comfort her, when she needs her the most. Dear people, times are tough very tough for not just us, but everyone around. But there's a saying, tough times don’t last, tough people, do. And I am, was and will always be my daddy’s strong girl. Send in your prayers please. Let there be light. Dua." Also Read: Varun Sood And Divya Agarwal Are Ready For Marriage But Have Not Planned It Yet, Here's The Reason Hina Khan was very close to her father and often shared pictures and videos of happy moments with him on her social media handles. Last year during the lockdown, Hina had shared numerous funny videos featuring her dad. In one of such videos posted on June 3, 2020, Hina had taught her followers how to make Neem face mask with her father by her side. The actress had shared step-by-step details of the same, and we could see her curious father keeping a close eye on his daughter and waiting to try it out. Later, in the video, Hina had applied it to her father's face, and his expressions were hilarious. Last year on Eid, Hina had asked her father for Eidi, but he had refused. And the actress was upset with him because of it. She had shared an IG story, revealing the same. Once Hina Khan's father had confiscated her credit and debit cards because she was spending too much money. On October 30, 2020, Hina had shared a video, in which she had told her father that she has no debit or credit cards, and he had informed her that he has blocked all her cards. Hina, in a state of shock, had asked "You blocked all my cards, kyun? You can't be blocking all my cards. How do I shop? And what if I want to buy coffee?" To which, her father had said, "I will give you Rs 200 for the coffee, and you can take cash from me." Hina had then insisted him to return all her cards, but her father had said, "You will not be getting your cards." Don't Miss: Sugandha Mishra Shows How 'Adjusting' Her Hubby, Sanket Bhosale Is, Their Fun Banter Is Unmissable Stay strong, Hina! Images courtesy: Hina Khan
New Delhi [India], May 6 (ANI): Makers of Salman Khan's much-awaited film 'Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai'- Zee Entertainment Enterprises and Salman Khan Films have joined hands with the Give India Foundation to support COVID-19 relief work across the nation.
Losing a parent can never ever be easy. It is like losing your roots and your support system. It is like you are left in an open ground for a battle with no shield. Bollywood actress, Gauahar Khan is going through the same ordeal, as her father, Zafar Ahmed Khan had passed away on March 5, 2021. Mr Khan had fought for his life in the hospital for quite a few days. Gauahar and her husband, Zaid Darbar had done everything in their power to safeguard him, however, when it is the call from God, no one can actually do anything. Also Read: Sugandha Mishra Shows How 'Adjusting' Her Hubby, Sanket Bhosale Is, Their Fun Banter Is Unmissable After her father's death, the doting daughter, Gauahar Khan had penned a eulogy for him. She had written, "My Hero. No man like u, Ever! My father has passed, to the ever after as an Angel. Alhamdulillah. His passing away was a testament to his beautiful life n the best soul he was. Forever My Pappa. I love you oh so much. I am sooooo much of you Pappa. N yet can never ever be even a percent of your magnanimous personality. #MyForeverShiningStar Keep him in your prayers please. innal lillahee wainna ilayhi raajeeoon." It’s been 2 months that Gauahar Khan has been dealing with this irreparable loss of her father and every month, the 5th brings back a lot of memories. On May 5, 2021, Gauahar Khan remembered her father, late Zafar Ahmed Khan and posted his smiling picture on her IG handle. Sharing the picture, Gauahar mentioned that she misses her father with every breath she takes and her emotional post was enough to make everyone teary-eyed. She wrote, “That smile #2monthsToday. I Miss u with every breath I take Pappa. #MyHero #BestFatherEver #ZafarAhmedKhan.” A day after her father’s demise, on March 6, 2021, Gauahar Khan had taken to her IG handle and had shared a soulful video from her nikaah, where her father could be seen praying for her. Sharing the emotional video, Gauahar had called her father the 'real star' and had written, "My Father My Pride ! Zafar Ahmed Khan you are the real STAR. My pappa praying for me at my Nikah ( my most fave memory of my life ) #Alhamdulillah. @harpreetbachher, thank you so much for giving me this special gift today ! Love you ! @theweddingstory_official." Recommended Read: Varun Sood And Divya Agarwal Are Ready For Marriage But Have Not Planned It Yet, Here's The Reason It was on March 3, 2021, when Gauahar Khan had posted a throwback picture from her wedding, with her father. The picture had beautifully captured the emotional moment shared between Gauahar and her father. Gauahar had captioned her post with her ‘strongest Pappa’ as “A fathers kiss. #Blessing. Zafar Ahmed Khan, I love you soooooooooo much. #MyPappaStrongest.” In the next post, Gauahar had shared a lovely family picture from her wedding with her parents and husband, Zaid Darbar in the frame. Captioning the post, Gauahar had written a song from the film, Hum, “Ek doosre se karte hain pyaar hum #Alhamdulillah #GAZAbkahaiDin.” Gauahar Khan’s sisters, Kausar Suleman Khan and Zakia Z Khan, had also penned eulogies for their late father on their IG stories. Sharing a picture of her Pappa, Zakia had written, “Innalilahi wa inna ilaihi rajiun, Alhamdulilah my blessed father zafar ahmed khan has returned to his creator! Rabbir hamhuma kama rabbayani sageerah.. Aameen yar abb” and “I love you Pappa so much that it hurts” atop her stories. Kausar had written, “Papa you showed to the world that Allah loved him with his final journey! You lived like a king & left this world like an angel! Those who are loved by him! Shine like a star in both the worlds! “Indeed we belong to Allah, & indeed to him we will return”.” Don't Miss: Nakuul Mehta's Wife, Jankee Parekh Mehta's 'Sufi' Pendant Exudes 'Maa Ka Pyaar' For 3-Month-Old Son We wish strength to Gauahar Khan to deal with the pain! Images courtesy: Gauahar Khan
New Delhi, May 06 (ANI): Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) president Chaudhary Ajit Singh passed away at age of 82 years on May 06. He had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 20 and since then he was undergoing treatment at a Gurugram hospital. His son and RLD vice president Jayant Chaudhary confirmed the news of Twitter. The son of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, Chaudhary Ajit Singh was a seven-time MP from Baghpat.