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Stormy Daniels has spoken publicly regarding alleged affair with Trump CBS’s 60 Minutes interview




Stormy Daniels, an adult film actress, opens up on the matter of her alleged affair with Donald Trump. She appeared on CBS’s 60 minutes and was interviewed by Anderson Cooper.

Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford claimed in an interview which was in an actual recorded earlier this month. It was broadcasted; however, the lawyers of Donald Trump sought after to stop from being in public. In that appearance of Ms. Daniels in CBS’s 60 minutes, she claimed that she was threatened with physical violence, the time she at first wanted to go to the public regarding this issue.

Stormy Daniels clarifies that she was threatened in 2011

She supposed in ’60 minutes’ interview that in 2011 she was ready to sell her story of the affair with Trump for 15000 dollars to a magazine. That agreement was backed by the magazine after Michael Cohen, Trump’s lawyer threatened them to sue the two former employees of the magazine.

She alleged that ‘a guy walked towards her in a parking lot and said leave Trump alone and forget the story. He also threatened her by saying that that’s a beautiful little daughter you have. It would be a shame if something or other will happen to her mother.’ When it is asked about that did she receive any direct threat, Daniels replied ‘absolutely yes.’

The adult film actress Stormy Daniels alleged that parking lot incident rattled her. She added that ‘ I remember I was going to my fitness class and my hands were shaking. I was very much afraid that I was gonna drop my daughter.’ She supposed that after that she never saw that man who came to threaten her and also never called the police to report this threat as she was scared. She also claims that but years later at the time of Trump’s presidential campaign, a lawyer came to her with an offer and she accepted that as she was very much concerned about her family and their safety.

She asserts that in 2011 the encounter took place in a parking lot in Las Vegas. It was the time when she had arranged for the story concerning an alleged sexual dalliance with Donald Trump. She supposed that she was stopped in the way when she was on her way towards her fitness class along with her infant daughter.

What happened after ‘60 minutes’ aired the interview?

Soon after 60 minutes aired an interview of Stormy Daniels, Brent H. Blakely, a lawyer for Mr. Cohen, sent a letter to Michael Avenatti, new lawyer of Ms. Daniels. The letter blamed him and Stormy Daniels for insulting Mr.Cohen regarding the threat she received .on the other hand also demands the apology.

In that letter, Brent H. Blakely wrote that ‘Mr. Cohen was not in connection with any such person or incident and also did not believe that any such kind of person does exist, or any such incident ever took place.’ He also added that ‘false statements by you and your clients concerning Mr.Cohen blame him for criminal conduct as well as constitute, amid other things, and also intentional infliction of emotional distress.’

Regarding this interview the White House was quiet. However Christopher Ruddy, an alley of Trump’s Newsmax founder alleged yesterday that Donald Trump considers this story as a ‘political hoax.’



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Donald Trump appeal PM Modi To Release Anti-Malarial Drug To Fight with Coronavirus



Donald Trump appeal PM Modi To Release Anti-Malarial Drug To Fight with Coronavirus

On Saturday US President Donald Trump said that “he has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to supply hydroxychloroquine tablets that can be used to treat COVID-19 patients. After calling today with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is giving serious consideration to releasing the hold it put on a US order for hydroxychloroquine,” US President Trump announced at the White House Coronavirus task force briefing that he requested PM Narendra Modi for more Hydroxychloroquine tablets.


President Trump did not feel shy for saying because he too will take a tablet of hydroxychloroquine after announcing that he has requested Prime Minister during his telephonic conversation on Saturday.


He further said that “I may take it too, will have to talk to my doctors. India makes a lot of it. They need a lot too for their billion-plus people. The hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug will be released through the Strategic National Stockpile for treatment,. “I said I would appreciate if they would release the amounts that we ordered,” of hydroxychloroquine”. The Indian government has put on hold the export of anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine and its formulations.


In this response Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Twitter, “Had an extensive telephone conversation with President @realDonaldTrump. We had a good discussion, and agreed to deploy the full strength of the India-US partnership to fight COVID-19.”


Prime Minister conveyed deep condolences for the loss of lives in the United States and his prayers for the early recovery of those still suffering from the disease. As on Sunday, the United States has at least 301,902 cases of coronavirus according to Johns Hopkins University’s tally. At least 8,175 people have died in the US from coronavirus. There was a steep rise in the number of cases in the last 24 hours. At least 23,949 new cases were reported, and at least 1,023 new deaths in the US have been reported in the last 24 hours.



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UK reports 500 death in a day due to Coronavirus



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On Wednesday Britain reported 563 daily coronavirus deaths, the first time the national toll has exceeded 500, bringing the total fatalities to 2,352, according to official figures.

The health ministry said “As of 5pm (1600 GMT) on 31 March, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 2,352 have sadly died. Some 29,474 people have now tested positive, an increase of 4,324 over the previous day”.

Britain locked down last week in an attempt to combat the virus, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who himself has tested positive, warned that it would “get worse before it gets better”.

The virus has also hit the royal family, with Prince Charles only coming out of isolation on Tuesday after displaying mild symptoms of the disease.

He said “On Wednesday he released a video message praising the “remarkable” state-run National Health Service. “None of us can say when this will end, but end it will .Until it does, let us all try and live with hope and, with faith in ourselves and each other, look forward to better times to come.”


A 13-year-old boy in London is thought to be the UK’s youngest known victim of the novel coronavirus.


King’s College Hospital in Camberwell, south London, said in a statement Tuesday that the teenager, who tested positive for Covid-19, had died. It said that its “thoughts and condolences” were with the boy’s family.

“Sadly, a 13-year old boy who tested positive for COVID-19 has passed away, and our thoughts and condolences are with the family at this time,” the statement read. “The death has been referred to the Coroner and no further comment will be made.”

According to a breakdown of victims of COVID-10 published by Britain’s office of National Statistics, the boy is thought to be the youngest known victim of the novel Coronavirus in the UK.



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Coronavirus has affected millions, but there are also some Coronavirus free countries



Coronavirus has affected millions, but there are also some Coronavirus free countries

The rapidly spreading deadly coronavirus disease Covid-19 has affected more than 5,00,000 people across the world and led to the deaths of thousands. But there are still a few remote corners where the virus has not infected any person.

These place are Palau island, nestled in the northern Pacific. It has a population of 18,000, but has still not reported a single Covid-19 positive case.

A dot in the ocean hundreds of kilometres from its nearest neighbours, Palau is surrounded by the vast Pacific, which has acted as a buffer against the virus.

The strict travel restrictions have also helped in keeping infections at bay for a number of nations in the region including Tonga, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands and Micronesia. The disparate group also includes Samoa, Turkmenistan, North Korea and bases on the frozen continent of Antarctica.

But remoteness is not certain to stop the relentless march of the new disease. The Northern Mariana Islands (north of Palau) confirmed its first cases over the weekend, followed by a suspected death on Monday.

28-year-old artist Klamiokl Tulop said that “You can feel a rising tension and anxiety just shopping,” . “Stores are crowded even more during non-payday weeks.” She is hopeful Palau can avoid the fate of Wuhan, New York or Madrid where better-resourced health services were overrun.

There have been several scares on Palau, including a potential case that saw one person placed into quarantine this week as authorities await test results. These scares, and the global spread of the disease, has led to an economic paralysis on the island. Supermarket aisles in the country’s largest town Koror have seen panic buying and there are shortages of hand sanitisers, masks and alcohol. The island depends heavily on goods being shipped or flown in, meaning supplies can quickly run low.


United Airlines used to fly six times a week from nearby Guam – which has seen more than 50 cases – but now there is just one flight a week.


The only virus free continent today is Antarctica. There is no need for social distancing in the tundra. The groups of expeditioners present there are safe, but they do think about how their loved ones are going back home.


In some places, reporting no cases does not always mean there are no cases to report. North Korea has portrayed emergency measures as an unqualified success in keeping Covid-19 out, despite sustained epidemics in neighbouring China and South Korea.



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Kabul gurdwara attack: Real target was India ; Accept Islamic State



Kabul gurdwara attack Real target was India Accept Islamic State

Security at the Indian Embassy in Kabul and consulates in Jalalabad and Kandahar has been put on highest alert with Indian and western intelligence confirming that Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) terrorists chose to hit Guru Har Rai Gurdwara at Shor Bazaar due to heavy troop deployment at the Indian mission.

28 Sikh worshippers have been killed, eight are injured and another 85 were rescued during the shoot-out at the gurdwara, three kilometres away from the Indian mission.

According to information reaching Delhi from Afghan and western security agencies, “the strike was ordered by Quetta Shura of Taliban at the behest of Pakistani deep state with the larger motive of driving out India from Afghanistan”.

He further said that “As many as 4 attackers armed with AK-47 rifles were part of the strike team of terrorists who struck at the Gurdwara. The Afghan security forces managed to kill one of the terrorists; the rest escaped”.

The entire operation was code-named Blackstar by Pakistan intelligence, which used the Haqqani network led by the Taliban’s deputy commander Sirajuddin Haqqani and elements of LeT.

While the grieving Afghan Sikhs were cremating the victims on Thursday afternoon, a bomb exploded nearby creating further scare in the area. However, the play is much deeper with Pakistan setting sights on forcing India out of Afghanistan post-withdrawal of the US forces from Afghanistan. With Taliban, Haqqani network, LeT and JeM all under control of the Pakistani deep state, Afghanistan again will provide strategic space to its terrorist arm for controlling Kabul and hitting at Kashmir.

Already there are inputs from western agencies about JeM and LeT moving their training camps to eastern borders of Afghanistan with Kashmir in the crosshairs. The Taliban, with their sword arm Haqqani network, will handle Afghanistan while the Islamic State and Al Qaeda would be their digital fronts in the social media space.

A senior official said that “While the world is grappling with the Covid-19 virus, the Pakistani deep state continues to push jihad against minorities in Afghanistan”. A senior official in the Indian security establishment said there was recognition in New Delhi that the terrorists probably attacked the gurdwara because it was a soft target.

There have been alerts about a terror attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul and the consulate at Jalalabad for quite some time. It wouldn’t have been an easy target since the security had been beefed up and more troop firewalls deployed. After the Gurudwara attack, the Indian security agencies fear that Indian consulates in Jalalabad and Kandahar will be targeted by the Haqqani network and associates in coming days”.



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Ivanka Trump praise OYO for Offering Free Stays to US Doctors Amid Coronavirus



Ivanka Trump praise OYO for Offering Free Stays to US Doctors Amid Coronavirus

Ivanka Trump, the senior advisor to President Donald Trump, has praised an initiative by Ritesh Agarwal-founded Indian start-up OYO Hotels to offer free stays to doctors, nurses in the US helping in the fight against the novel coronavirus, describing the gesture as impactful acts of benevolence.


As she retweeted a press release by the OYO, which said that “the start-up is “opening the doors to its hotels” and offering free stays to doctors, nurses and other medical first responders who are helping in the fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Ivanka tweeted that “OYO Hotels are offering free stays to our amazing medical professionals and first responders fighting this virus on the frontlines. These kinds of impactful acts of benevolence are what help keep this Nation and our world #TogetherApart,” 38-year-old.

The OYO press release said that “beginning of March 24, medical first responders will receive free accommodations at any OYO Hotel in the United States so they can sleep, shower or just get off their feet and recharge”.


Ritesh Founder and Group CEO, OYO Hotels & Homes, said in the press release  “All of us at OYO are grateful for the bravery and sacrifices all the medical personnel are making to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19,” .


North Carolina Medical Society CEO Robert Seligson said “OYO’s offer shows what America is all about”.


Seligson said “If we come together and help each other, show kindness and determination, there isn’t a challenge we won’t overcome. This is a great idea that will help physicians and other health care providers on the front lines during this unprecedented crisis, and I hope others will join them .


OYO said it “will do all it can to make the lives of the brave medical personnel a little better. It is our responsibility to give back. To all the medical personnel fighting this disease on the front lines, we welcome you and we can’t be grateful enough.”


Oyo was Founded in 2013, Gurugram-based OYO’s portfolio today includes 43,000 hotels with over one million rooms and 130,000 vacation homes in over 800 cities in 80 countries. OYO entered the US market in February 2019.



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