The video of the incident, recorded by Kohli, had gone viral. In a statement, he informed that his legal advisors have sent Virat and Anushka a notice and that he will make no further comments as the "ball is in their court.' Sticking to the legal route, Singh said he awaits the couple's response". The man, identified as Arrhan Singh was in a chauffeur-driven sedan when Anushka pulled him up and began scolding. Travelling in a luxury vehicle and brains gone for a toss.
The NH-10 actor became the face of a campaign to clean the country as part of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious Clean India Mission, which kickstarted in 2014. Yeah right! If you see something wrong happening like this, do the same & spread awareness.
Tweets from when Germany went down 1-0 to Sweden
Romelu Lukaku was also ruled a potential doubt for England's final game of the group, against Belgium on Thursday. Mexico leads Group F with six points, and Germany and Sweden both have three.
"Why are you throwing garbage on the road, you cannot just throw plastic on the streets just like that", Anushka can be heard saying in the video shared by Kohli on Twitter. "Everything for people nowadays is meme content. Shame", the right-hander mentioned in another tweet. In the post, he spoke about Kohli's "trashy mind" for posting the video online and also lashed out at Anushka for "ranting and yelling like a insane roadside person". In an SUV next to him, Anushka Sharma rolled down her window, and then gave him a piece of her mind. Anushka was heard asking in the video shot by hubby Virat Kohli sitting in the same vehicle. "There are all kinds of manners and hygiene. verbal etiquette is one of them!" he had written on Facebook. From your luxury car's window. Not only did Singh slam the power couple, his mother also posted calling Virat Kohli's post as a "stunt" in the name of 'cleanliness, ' accusing the couple of violating the privacy of her son. "For whatever gains." he wrote.
Sheryl Ross confirmed our suspicions that Nielsen's conception was nothing short of a miracle.well, sort of. Despite her age, fans were not surprised to find that Nielsen was looking to expand her family.
If the HDP exceeds the 10 per cent threshold of votes needed to enter parliament, it will be harder for the AKP to get a majority. Turkish voters living overseas - about three million of the 59 million voters in total - have already cast their votes.
UBS Group set a €92.00 ($106.98) price objective on Daimler and gave the company a "buy" rating in a research note on Thursday. In late morning trading in Frankfurt, Volkswagen was down 2.4%, while Daimler was more than 4% lower.
Sean Stentiford consented to an HIV test in 2007, but his former physicians failed to carry one out, The Boston Globe reported . This means that they don't get the medical care they need, and that they can pass the virus on to others without knowing it.
But it wasn't long before the first lady's controversial jacket threatened to overshadow the entire goodwill junket to the border. During a 1996 visit to Japan, first lady Hillary Clinton "baffled" her host nation by wearing several all-black ensembles.
Shaqiri, who plays for Stoke City, was born in Kosovo, the former Serbian province that declared independence in 2008. Serbian newspapers also noted that Shaqiri had both Swiss and Kosovar flags on his shoes during the match.
The couple met while filming the fantasy series in 2012, in which they played on-screen lovers Jon Snow and wildling Ygritte . Kit , also 31, said: "The country is attractive ... the Northern Lights are magical ... it was there that I fell in love".
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Prime Minister Theresa May must deliver the "full British Brexit" that voters were seeking. Would you like to get published on Standard Media websites? "The British people deserve a lot more than a no deal Brexit".
US Open to account for pregnancies when seeding players
She withdrew from the tournament before a fourth-round match with Maria Sharapova, citing a chest-muscle injury. Serena Williams isn't likely to face the same seedings issue at the US Open as she did at the French Open .
Court rules that Killing dogs for meat illegal
Today's ruling from the city court in Bucheon officially stated that meat consumption was not a legal reason to kill dogs. The defendant killed the dog for the objective of producing dog meat for consumption.
Sahibzada Farhan named in Pakistan squad for T20 tri-series
After the conclusion of T20I tri-series, Zimbabwe will host Pakistan for a 5-match ODI series at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. Three others, who were part of that series - Aamir Yamin, Umar Amin and Rumman Raees - are not in the current squad.
Final hours of Saudi Arabia ban on female drivers
The Saudi Arabian government said it expected around 2,000 more women to get their driving licence in the following week. The move was described as being part of the crown prince's reform drive. "Thanks to King Salman for this achievement".
Ready Your Wallets! The Steam Summer Sale Is Here!
The annual Steam Summer Sale is now live and, as usual, there's a new mini-game for people to play while they empty their wallets. That means that games you added through Humble Bundle and other services are not calculated into the total figure.
Exhilarating Belgium smash five past Tunisia
Belgium go into the second half with a narrow 2-1 lead, despite dominating for large spells of the first 45 minutes. Roberto Martinez's side stormed their way to a 5-2 victory and are now on the verge of reaching the last-16 stage.
Defending champion Kvitova races into Birmingham final
Defending champion Petra Kvitova eased into the final of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham by beating Mihaela Buzarnescu . The Czech, a two-time Wimbledon champion, showed her strength on grass with a 6-3 6-2 win over the Romanian.