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Miss Universe Sushmita Sen stretches and nails back-flip midair in new workout video. Goals, we say

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first_img Next Miss Universe Sushmita Sen stretches and nails back-flip midair in new workout video. Goals, we saySushmita Sen recently posted a video of her exercising at the gym. In the video, the former Miss Universe can be seen doing power ring exercises and slaying them.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiJuly 10, 2019UPDATED: July 10, 2019 11:17 IST Sushmita Sen works out at gymSushmita Sen is a happy girl these days and it is her personal life, her daughters and her boyfriend Rohman Shawl, who take the credit for it all.The former Miss Universe, who is known for adopting a healthy lifestyle, is not only enjoying quality time with her family but also slaying it at the gym.Her enviable figure is a dream many of us want to achieve and the diva took to Instagram to show us all how. The 43-year-old star posted a video of her exercising and we are inspired.In the video, which was captioned, “Control is an illusion, Balance is real. #fluid #flexible #strength #freewill #antigravity #mydiscipline training the mind to stay in balance…keeping it real. #powerful #lifelessons #gymnasticrings I love you guys”, Sushmita can be seen doing power ring exercises.The diva did a bunch of stretching exercises on the gymnast rings in the video, after which she nailed a turn and leg stretches.For the gym routine, Sushmita opted for a racerback black sports bra and flaunted her toned abs. She paired the bra with black gym tights, sneakers and open locks.In a recent interview, Sushmita Sen opened up on her love story with Rohman Shawl and revealed that contrary to belief, they did not meet at a fashion show.advertisementInstead, he slid into her DMs and that’s how they started talking.ALSO READ | Sushmita Sen flaunts ring in new picture with boyfriend Rohman Shawl. Fans think she is engagedALSO WATCH | Sushmita Sen gets candid about marriageGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byKrishna Priya Pallavi Tags :Follow Sushmita Senlast_img read more

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2011 Homicide Added to Rewards Program

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first_imgThe province is encouraging anyone with information in the death of Keya Simon to come forward through the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes program. Anyone who shares information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for Ms. Simon’s death could receive up to $150,000. “I know it has been difficult for Ms. Simon’s family to know that so many people were present the night she died and yet so little information has come forward,” said Justice Minister Lena Diab. “I would urge anyone with any information, no matter how small it seems, to contact the rewards line and help police solve this case.” Shortly after 11 p.m. on Jan. 8, 2011, Halifax Regional Police responded to a report of a stabbing at 117 Pinecrest Dr., in Dartmouth. Officers found Ms. Simon suffering from a single stab wound to the chest. A large crowd at the site provided limited information. Investigators believe there are people with information that could result in an arrest and possible charges. “Major crime investigators believe that people in our community have information about Keya’s death that would assist in progressing the police investigation and we are hopeful the incentive offered through the reward program will encourage them to speak up,” said Chief Jean-Michel Blais of Halifax Regional Police. “We encourage these people to do the right thing and report what they saw or heard to police so we can move forward with the investigation.” People with information should call the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program at 1-888-710-9090. In July 2012, the program helped the RCMP arrest and charge two people with first-degree murder in the disappearance of Melissa Dawn Peacock. In October 2013, information received through the program helped lead to the arrest of a person for the homicide of Narico Danfue Downey. Those who come forward with information must provide their name and contact information. They may be called to testify in court. All calls will be recorded. The program was launched in October 2006 as an additional tool to help police gather information on unsolved crimes. For more information on this case and others, visit www.gov.ns.ca/just .last_img read more

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