Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff Add Star Power to ISL 2019-20 Opening Ceremony

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. bollywoodDisha pataniDulquer Salmaanfootball First Published: October 19, 2019, 7:15 AM IST The Indian Super League (ISL) is almost upon us and in lieu to drum up the interest for the upcoming season, Bollywood is set to lead the way once again.The ISL will kick off in Kochi with Kerala Blasters taking on two-time champions ATK on Sunday and ahead of the first game Bollywood stars Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff will perform in the opening ceremony. Tiger Shroff will be performing to some of his superhit numbers and will later be accompanied by Disha Patani. Shroff and the dancers will perform choreographic pieces inspired by gymnastic and acrobatic moves along with high energy flips and stunts on their songs.In a promotional video for the ISL 2019-20 opening ceremony, Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff announced that they will be at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi and apart from performing before the match, will also stay back and watch the game.In the video, Disha Patani asks Tiger Shroff which team he will be supporting on the night, to which he responds: “Ab Tiger toh Bengal ki side hi hoga na” (Tiger will side with Bengal only.Also performing before the match will be the internationally acclaimed Indian dance group — Kings United.Kings United, winners of the recent World of Dance competition, will be adding a football flavour to dance with an energetic choreographic piece on various football kicks and moves celebrating the ISL highlights.Anchored by actor Dulquer Salmaan, the ceremony will start at 6:00 pm.(With inputs from Agencies)last_img read more

Jamaicans Urged Not To Ignore Domestic Violence

first_imgNational Security Minister, Hon. Peter Bunting has appealed to Jamaicans to be their “brother’s keeper” and to avoid turning a blind eye to domestic violence. He emphasised that Jamaicans must find a way to intervene if they become aware of domestic disputes in their communities, as what often appears to be a small matter can escalate into a dangerous situation. “We have to find a way to intervene and to [refer] these situations to persons who are trained and capable of dealing with it, whether the police, psychologists or pastors,” the Minister urged. Mr. Bunting was speaking on Wednesday, February 27, at a handing over ceremony for 15 new vehicles to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) by the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), at the Police Commissioner’s office, in Kingston . The Minister extended condolence to the family and the community of the two girls who were killed by their father on February 26 in the farming community of Woodgrove, Trelawny. Reports are that the two sisters, four-year-old Kimocoya, and two-year-old K-alee Mullings, were killed by their father, Kenville, following a dispute with their mother early Tuesday morning. He then committed suicide. “We can’t turn a blind eye to our neighbour, who is in an escalating situation of domestic violence. We can’t mind our own business. Let them call you nosey, but we have to take an interest in what is happening in our communities,” Mr. Bunting said. The Minister further noted that there is need for more programmes like the Violence Prevention and Dispute Resolution Association (VPDRA), which was launched in Manchester last year. Under the pilot project, volunteers are trained as first responders to assist in resolving domestic violence disputes in their communities and to refer these cases to a professional, whether a pastor, police officer or psychologist, if the need arises. “We will never have enough policemen to be in every single community to respond to every situation that is domestic at its core and escalating. But, we can have hundreds and thousands of citizens across the country trained as first responders to intervene in these situations to refer them to a psychologist, a pastor, a social worker, or the community policing unit, so that we don’t have the tragedy that we had (this week),” he said. Mr. Bunting said the Ministry will be looking to extend the VPDRA project across other parishes in an effort to reduce domestic violence.last_img read more