Aug 02, 2020
Salman Khan’s Eid Mubarak Wish for Fans in the Times of COVID-19 Is Unmissable
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Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has wished his fans on the prosperous occasion of Eid al-Adha in his own style but with a COVID-19 twist. nSince the country is celebrating Eid amid COVID-19 restrictions, the actor made sure to inspire his fans to follow COVID-19 norms. Bigg Boss 14: Mishal Raheja Reveals He Was Offered Salman Khan’s Controversial Reality Show, Says ‘I Don’t Think I Am Cut Out For It’
The actor took to Instagram to share a picture of himself in which he is seen posing in the field with his face covered with a checkered scarf.nIn the picture, he is also seen standing under the dark sky and heavy clouds, signifying the difficult times that the country is going through. Salman Khan Shares a Cute Picture With Nephews Ahil, Nirvan and Baby Niece Ayat and We Are All Hearts For It! (View Post)
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A post shared by Salman Khan (@beingsalmankhan) on Jul 31, 2020 at 10:28pm PDT
Keeping the caption simple, Khan wrote, “Eid Mubarak!”nSeveral other Bollywood celebrities took to social media today to extend Eid wishes to their fans.
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Man Punches Female Conductor 30 Times In Fairfield County, MTA Says
A female Metro-North conductor was assaulted by a Fairfield County man after being told to move to a different car, MTA officials said.
The conductor instructed Bridgeport resident Elijah Sampson that he was sitting in a car that was closed to the public at approximately 11 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1, and he was prompted to move to an open car.
Officials said that Sampson refused, and an engineer made contact with MTA police to meet at an upcoming station. When the train reached the Fairfield Metro station, Sampson punched the conductor approximately 30 times.
The conductor was taken to Bridgeport Hospital following the assault with facial lacerations and swelling to his eyes and face.
Sampson, 22, was arrested by MTA police and charged with assault on a public transit employee. He was arraigned this week on the charge and scheduled to appear in court at a later date to respond to the charge.
"This is a reprehensible attack on a Metro-North conductor who was simply doing her job," Catherine Rinaldi, president of the MTA Metro-North Railroad said in a statement. "The MTA Police made a rapid arrest and now the justice system must hold this individual responsible to the fullest extent of the law."