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Priyanka Chopra’s bold fashion has made her a global style icon
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Priyanka Chopra’s bold fashion has made her a global style icon

Priyanka Chopra is definitely an actress, producer, philanthropist, singer and former Miss World. And, as is becoming apparent in recent seasons, she is another style icon. Chopra's aesthetic has changed in the last couple of years, transforming her from girl across the street from fashion queen, both off and on the red carpet. She's done this by -- in equal measure -- putting on worldwide brands and championing Indian designers and classic Indian dress. Chopra even caused an increase in online looks for the terms "golden saree" and "red lehenga" when she used these to her wedding to pop singer Nick Jonas in December 2018. Red carpet queen Chopra's style is bold, polished and glamorous. Nowhere is the fact that more apparent than you are on the red carpet. Chopra continues to be...
Section 144 imposed in Mumbai till May 17th Corona virus lockdown, no movement of persons allowed from 8AM to 7PM, as per Mumbai Police
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Section 144 imposed in Mumbai till May 17th Corona virus lockdown, no movement of persons allowed from 8AM to 7PM, as per Mumbai Police

Pranaya Ashok, Deputy Commissioner pf Police (Operational), Greater Mumbai, issued an order, prohibiting presence or movement of one or more persons in public places. He also prohibited the movement of any vehicle carrying such persons. Mumbai. Mumbai Police has promulgated an order that prohibits the movement of one or more persons for nonessential activities from 8AM to 7PM till the lockdown for corona virus COVID-19 continues up to May 17th, 2020. This order was issued under section 144 of the CrPC. This order was issued by Pranaya Ashok, who is the DCP Operations at Greater Mumbai. He strictly prohibited any movement of one or more than one persons or any vehicle carrying such persons from 8AM to 7PM till May 17th of this year. But this restriction is not applicable to ind...