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Coronavirus outbreak: Baby Doll singer Kanika Kapoor tests positive for second time

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Baby Doll singer Kanika Kapoor who received flak for hiding travel history and for being tested positive after coming back from the UK, once again tested positive for novel coronavirus. The singer’s second test of COVID-19 report came positive.

After having returned to India, Kanika travelled to Lucknow and then to Kanpur where she partied with high profile guests like MP Dushyant Singh and Vasundhra Raje Scindia. Kapoor failed to self isolate herself and met several people who are currently being tested too.

Out of the 162 people, Kanika met 63 tested negatives for COVID 19 and the results of the rest of the people are still being awaited. Post Kanika’s Coronavirus positive results, a sense of panic spread among her loved ones and cousins with whom she stayed in Lucknow and Kanpur.

The need for a second test for Kanika arose after her family raised doubts about the first reports of her being Coronavirus positive.

As per reports, her family members claimed that the results of Kanika showed her age to be 28 instead of 41 and the gender on them was printed as ‘Male.’

Post this, a second test was done and the reports of those also turned out to be COVID 19 positive. Kanika’s cousin at whose house she stayed also was under a state of panic after she tested positive with Coronavirus. The hotel where Kanika stayed has also reportedly shut down.

Lucknow Police also charged Kanika for negligence under sections 188, 269, and 270 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Sarojini Nagar police station. The FIR was filed against Kanika on the complaint of the chief medical officer (CMO) of Lucknow.

Recently, while staying in the hospital, Kanika shared her experience of being ill-treated by the staff. She even complained that her treatment for Coronavirus wasn’t good enough.

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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Who are the Week 8 nominations for eviction on October 1?

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Been wondering who the Week 8 Head of Household is and who they’ve nominated for possible eviction but can’t wait till Sunday’s episode to find out? Then keep reading as we have loads of “Big Brother” 22 spoilers. We’ve been watching the live feeds and have all the juicy details of what has been going on since the end of the live episode on September 24.

As #BB22 signed off on Thursday, we had just seen the houseguests learn that Will Kirby, the season 2 winner, was going to run the Head of Household competition. Dani Briones decided to use the Replay Power that she won in the BB Basement in Week 5. That meant that outgoing HOH Memphis Garrett could take part.

An additional twist was that houseguests could opt out of the HOH competition and instead vie for a cash prize of $5,000. We know that four of them did just that, leaving five players in the hunt to be Head of Household in a week that is going to see a record three evictions. In a fight to the finish, Cody Calafiore prevailed and will reign as HOH for the second time this season.

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Cody, who was the runner-up in season 16, started out strong in this All-Stars edition, winning HOH in Week 1. Back then he oversaw the ouster of Keesha Smith in a unanimous vote. The other nominee that week was Kevin Campbell. Since then, there has been bad blood between these two. So, it was no surprise that Cody decided to target Kevin this week.

The only question was who would be the pawn. In the end Cody went with David Alexander. David had been nominated by Memphis in Week 2 when Nicole Anthony was the unanimous choice for eviction. In week 6, Dani named him but he was able to use his Disruptor power to take himself off the chopping block.

This time the only way he will avoid the vote is if he wins the Power of Veto competition on Saturday. Will will also be overseeing that and we will report on these all-important results as soon as we have them. Until then, vote in our poll as to who you’d like to see evicted on Thursday. Or do you like both David and Kevin so much that you want to see a substitution in the nominations via the POV? Be sure to sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on #BB22 so far.

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Fascinating Facts About Louis Partridge From Enola Holmes

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As the charming Lord Tewksbury in Enola Holmes, Louis Partridge is sure to steal your heart quicker than you can say “the game is afoot!” Although you may have seen him before (he’s appeared in Paddington 2 and Medici), his role in Netflix’s Enola Holmes proves he’s certainly one to watch — especially given his ability to hold his own with costar Millie Bobby Brown. The 17-year-old British actor — who is still in school in the UK — plans to continue acting once he graduates, which is excellent news for us. He currently has a few projects in the pipeline, including 2021’s The Lost Girls, which is a darker take on Peter Pan and follows an older Wendy. Until then, get to know all about the talented actor.

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People Share What They Found Thrown Away And The Phrase ‘One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure’ Has Never Been So Real

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With an ever-increasing following, the Stooping NYC team have developed a firm idea of what works on the account best. “The themes we have come to notice are that there are three categories of high performers,” they said.

First, there are the functional: shelves, bookcases, kitchen islands. Second, the quirky and unique: stiletto chair, demon throne, stoop bear, and finally, the downright ‘can’t-believe-someone-would-put-that-out’ beautiful. The third category consists of copper tubs, pink velvet chairs, and designer glass coffee tables. As Stooping NYC get more and more submissions, they are becoming pickier about what they post in an effort to be responsible about what’s advertised: nothing “bug-ridden,” no food, and “nothing that could be compromised from a safety perspective.”

Simultaneously, they’ve created a separate series, the “before and afters,” with the hashtag #stoopingsuccess. “We had an unreal one this week where a couple claimed a double sink they found from our post and installed it into their Catskills Airbnb.”

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