Kaushal Manda with his wife Neelima in the press meetScreenshot of YouTube videoKaushal Manda who grew as one of the most-trailed celebrities after his appearance in Bigg Boss Telugu 2 had made an announcement that his wife Neelima Kaushal is diagnosed with cancer, had updated that his wife underwent surgery and is recovering quite well.”Because of all your love and God’s blessings Neelima’s surgery went successfully. The tumour has been removed and the treatment will start soon. Thank you all for the love and support”, Kaushal wrote sharing a picture of Neelima on the hospital bed post surgery.Earlier, Kaushal shared an update regarding his wife’s condition and made an announcement regarding her surgery. Kaushal Manda also wrote an emotional note which says, “My wife, my mother half- Neelima has been there in my life since the past eight years. She’s there with me through everything I’ve been through- the good and the bad. She’s my every breathe and has been there through every step and decision”, Kaushal wrote about Neelima.Neelima Kaushal came into public scenario after Kaushal appeared on the controversial show Bigg Boss Telugu 2. Neelima played a great role in Kaushal’s win during the Bigg Boss season. During a recent controversy, Kaushal made an announcement in front of the media that his wife is diagnosed with cancer. Kaushal’s announcements regarding his wife Neelima’s health has drawn mixed responses. After the recent controversies, Kaushal has been called a sympathy-gainer and other names. Neelima’s name was dragged in the middle of the controversies too.Whatever it is, we are happy that Neelima Kaushal is recovering. We appreciate her fighting spirit.
Two farmers were killed and another was injured in a lightning strike at Boleshpur village in Alamdanga upazila in Chuadanga on Monday evening.The deceased were identified as Zahid, 30, son of Nazrul Mandol, and Tariq, 32, son of Kalu Sheikh of the village.Akram Hossain, officer-in-charge of Alamdanga Police Station, said a thunderbolt struck a group of three farmers in the evening while they guarding a fish enclosure.They were taken to Sadar Hospital where doctors declared Zahid and Tariq dead.
Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen meets Indian prime minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi Thursday morning. Photo: BSSIndian prime minister Narendra Modi on Thursday assured New Delhi’s cooperation in resolving the longstanding Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh.His assurance came when visiting Bangladesh foreign minister AK Abdul Momen sought India’s support for early repatriation of Rohingya people to Myanmar’s Rakhine state as he met the Indian premier in New Delhi Thursday morning.As Momen thanked prime minister Modi for India’s humanitarian assistance to Rohingyas, the premier said India is always with Bangladesh and will remain beside it, a press release issued by Bangladesh mission in New Delhi said.During the meeting, the Indian prime minister mentioned that the partnership between Bangladesh and India is flourishing under the visionary leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina.He reaffirmed India’s sincere commitment to Bangladesh’s prosperity and development and viewed that Bangladesh-India relations are a model between the two neighbouring countries which need to be showcased for wider audience around the world.The foreign minister expressed his satisfaction on the excellent bilateral relations that exist between the two countries which had grown and prospered, especially with the statesmanship of prime minister Sheikh Hasina and prime minister Modi.He stressed that Bangladesh would continue her resolve in further strengthening and deepening her relations with India in the coming days.Momen recalled that the two countries amicably resolved the longstanding problems, which is much appreciated by the respective peoples.He also thanked prime minister Modi for extending congratulations upon the victory of Awami League in the parliamentary elections, held in December 2018 as the first foreign leader.The foreign minister mentioned the remarkable progress Bangladesh has achieved during the last few years in the socio-economic sectors under the Awami League government led by prime minister Sheikh Hasina.He also elaborated on the road map of prime minister Sheikh Hasina to realize the dream of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to build Bangladesh as Sonar Bangla.Later, foreign minister Momen called on the former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh and deputy leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma.He conveyed greetings of prime minister Sheikh Hasina to Manmohan Singh.They expressed satisfaction at the excellent state of bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India.Manmohan Singh conveyed congratulations to prime minister Sheikh Hasina for being elected as the prime minister for the third time. He noted that early repatriation of Rohingyas is a priority and assured that they will be supporting the government of India in any initiative to expedite repatriation of Rohingyas to Rakhine state.He hoped that both countries would be able to resolve the remaining outstanding issues between the two countries including the Teesta water sharing soon.Momen is visiting New Delhi on his maiden official tour abroad as the foreign minister of Bangladesh to attend the 5th meeting of India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission Friday.The meeting would be co-chaired by the foreign/external affairs ministers of Bangladesh and India.After the JCC meeting both sides are expected to sign few MoUs. Foreign minister is expected to return to Dhaka on 9 February 2019, the release added.