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A passersby strolls and takes photographs on Grand Place during an autumn evening prior to the curfew in downtown Brussels, Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. In much of Europe, city squares and streets, be they wide, elegant boulevards like in Paris or cobblestoned alleys in Rome, serve as animated evening extensions of drawing rooms and living rooms. As Coronavirus restrictions once again put limitations on how we live and socialize, AP photographers across Europe delivered a snapshot of how Friday evening, the gateway to the weekend, looks and feels. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
ROME (AP) — In much of Europe, city squares and streets, be they wide, elegant boulevards like in Paris or cobblestoned alleys in Rome, serve as animated evening extensions of living rooms, places to gather and be seen, areas to laugh, chat and drink with friends.
Yet with the continent hit hard by a surge of record new daily infections, European governments have once again put limitations on how residents live and socialize. In response, AP photographers across Europe delivered a snapshot of how Friday evening — the gateway to the weekend — looks and feels now.
In Italy for instance, a “passeggiata,”or stroll, is an after-dinner ritual. And since dinner there and in much of southern Europe often starts at 9 p.m. or even later, people are out frequently until midnight or beyond, debating politics, chatting about old times, pausing to study shop window displays, buy an ice cream or have a smoke.
Not any more.
The streets of Paris and other big French cities have been deserted at night after authorities imposed a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew to try to curb a coronavirus surge that has seen France top 1 million total infections. The move has plunged noisy, crowed Paris streets into silence and darkness — with only a few cars and almost-empty buses and subway trains still operating.
With tourists barred from entering Italy from many countries during the pandemic, including the United States, the historic center of Rome has been cruelly desolate. Young Romans who used to hang out until the wee hours for beers and cocktails in iconic squares like the medieval-era Campo de’ Fiori are banned from such squares from 9 p.m. to midnight, when the entire region’s curfew kicks in.
A cavernous, popular arcade in Brussels which for generations has drawn partiers seeking platefuls of mussels to wash down with that city’s famed brews sadly no longer resounds with late-evening laughter and chatter.
And forget about a night at the pub with one’s best buddies or office cronies in London. Under new tighter restrictions, people can only go out to eat or drink with members of their own households. Those who love to break loose on the dance floor have been disappointed in Britain since March, when nightclubs were closed.
Bars and restaurants in Barcelona have been shuttered for table and counter service again, as a new surge of infections pushed Spain over 1 million total cases. In that exuberant northeastern city, only delivery or takeout business is now allowed.
Yet in Moscow, the capital of the European country with the highest number of confirmed infections – more than 1.47 million cases – streets are bustling as patrons, few bothering to wear masks or keep a safe distance, pack bars and restaurants.
Russian authorities have ordered employees and customers at places open between midnight and 6 a.m. to register for contact tracing purposes but President Vladimir Putin’s government appears determined to avoid any national lockdowns that could further dent his popularity.
Follow all of AP’s coronavirus pandemic coverage at https://apnews.com/VirusOutbreak and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak https://dlvr.it/RkFZ9p
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- His nephew provides girls and drugs to the people
Mumbai on Saturday 24th October 2020
Actress Levy Lodhe called Mahesh Bhatt, Bollywood’s senior filmmaker and controversial figure, the biggest don in Bollywood.
Lavina slammed Mahesh Bhatt on social media, calling him the biggest don in Bollywood. Going even further, Lavina also alleged that Sumit Sabharwal, Mahesh Bhatt’s nephew and CEO of Special Films, was supplying girls and drugs to the people. Lavina cited actress Amaya Dastur and Sapna Pubbi in support of her allegation.
The video clip made by Lavina herself went viral on social media. “I am making this video clip for your own protection and that of my family,” Lavina said. I was married to Mahesh Bhatt’s nephew Sumit Sabharwal. I filed for divorce against her. Lavina also alleged that Sumit was supplying drugs to Bollywood actors. I saw a number of photographs of the girls in her mobile phone. The producer was showing these photographs to the directors. That is, the girls were supplying. Lavina then accused Mahesh Bhatt of ruining the Sami man if he did not think so. He is the biggest dawn of Bollywood.
- Socially rehabilitates two lakh women
Mumbai on Saturday 24th October 2020
Phulwasan Yadav, the leader of the Pink Gang in Chhattisgarh, won Rs 50 lakh in the Kaun Banega Crorepati program hosted by megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
Phulwasan Yadav is a resident of a small village and is active in the rehabilitation of two lakh women in Chhattisgarh. This women’s organization takes to the streets every night wearing a pink sari and is vigilant to ensure that no untoward incident like molestation of a woman occurs.
Fulwasan was assisted by actress Renuka Shahane in this game. Renuka used to help Phulvasan when he was confused in answering some questions. One such question was worth fifty lakh rupees. The question was: What is the voice of a woman in Himachal Pradesh who was fighting against illegal mining? There were four options for the answer- Kinkari Devi, Dayabai, Manali Pradhan and Chuni Kotal. To get the answer to this question, Fulwas took the help of an expert and was able to give the correct answer.
Amitabh Bachchan was also impressed by Phulwasan’s thoughts on women’s upliftment. Amitabh himself revealed this during the Kaun Banega Crorepati game.