Taimur Ali Khan Viral Video Person Scolded By Nanny for Selfie Soha Ali Khan Innaya


खास बातें

  1. तैमूर अली खान का वीडियो हुआ वायरल
  2. सैफ और करीना के हैं बेटे
  3. सोशल मीडिया पर रहते हैं सुर्खियों में

नई दिल्ली: तैमूर अली खान (Taimur Ali Khan) अभी बेशक डेढ़ साल के ही हुए हैं, लेकिन सैफ अली खान (Saif Ali Khan) और करीना कपूर खान (Kareena Kapoor Khan) जैसे बिग सेलेब्रिटी स्टार्स के बेटे होने की वजह से उनकी लोकप्रियता कुछ कम नहीं है. स्टार किड्स में उनका जलवा है, और वे हमेशा डिमांड में भी रहते हैं. तैमूर से जुड़े कई वीडियो वायरल होते हैं, जिसने उनका दिलचस्प अंदाज देखने को मिलता है. तैमूर अली खान का लेटेस्ट वीडियो वायरल हुआ है जिसमें वे अपनी नैनी की गोद में बहुत ही मस्त नजर आ रहे हैं. इस वीडियो में सैफ अली खान की बहन और बॉलीवुड एक्ट्रेस सोहा अली खान भी अपनी बेटी इनाया के साथ हैं.

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कैमरामैन तैमूर…तैमूर चिल्ला रहे हैं, और तैमूर के चेहरे पर मुस्कान है, और वह भी इस पॉपुलैरिटी को इंजॉय करते नजर आ रहे हैं. बेशक ये लाइमलाइट उनकी समझ से परे हैं, लेकिन बाल सुलभ मुस्कान उनके चेहरे पर है, और वे नैनी की गोद में फुल इंजॉय कर रहे हैं. लेकिन तभी एक शख्स तैमूर के साथ सेल्फी खींचने की कोशिश करता है तो नैनी उसे झिड़क देती है. इतने में सोहला अली खान इनाया के साथ आ जाती हैं.

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टिप्पणियां


तैमूर अली खान के तो वीडियो अकसर वायरल होते रहते हैं. वैसे उनके डैडी सैफ अली खान ने भी ‘सेक्रेड गेम्स’ के जरिये अपने फैन्स को एक बार फिर दिखा दिया है कि वे एक्टिंग के उस्ताद हैं. यही नहीं, मम्मी करीना कपूर खान की पिछली फिल्म ‘वीरे दी वेडिंग’ ने भी बॉक्स ऑफिस पर अच्छा प्रदर्शन किया है. सैफ अली खान तो अपनी अगली फिल्म नागा साधु बनकर आएंगे. 

 …और भी हैं बॉलीवुड से जुड़ी ढेरों ख़बरें…





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Nanny Who Killed 2 Kids With Kitchen Knife Gets Life Term


Ortega has been sentenced to the maximum penalty, life in sentence without parole. (Reuters)

It was a moment Kevin Krim had spent nearly six grief-stricken years waiting for: Yoselyn Ortega, the nanny convicted of killing Krim’s 6-year-old and 2-year-old children, was to be sentenced.

Krim, 42, had for months sat through a trial that forced him again and again to relive that day in October 2012, when he turned on his phone after a flight to find a number of missed calls and voice mails, which filled him with the kind of dread fathers sometimes feel when they know something must be wrong with their children.

He hit play on a voice mail from his wife Marina Krim and “heard this background noise of screaming,” he had testified. Marina Krim had come home to their apartment with the couple’s third child to find the lights turned off. After searching for Lucia, 6, and Leo, 2, they found them in the bathroom, dead in the bathtub as Ortega was slashing her own neck with a kitchen knife. As Kevin Krim listened to the voice mails, two New York Police Department officers came on board the plane to escort him to the hospital.

On Monday, Krim asked the judge, Gregory Carro, to give Ortega, 55, a life sentence so that she “can never leave prison alive.”

“The defendant knows nothing of responsibility or remorse,” he said, according to the New York Times. “It is right that she should live and rot and die in a concrete and metal cage.”

Carro sentenced Ortega to the maximum penalty, life in sentence without the possibility of parole, for fatally stabbing Lucia Krim, 6, and her brother Leo, 2, while they were in her care on Oct. 25, 2012. Before she was sentenced, Ortega tearfully asked for forgiveness, speaking for the first time since the start of the six-week trial.

“I’m very sorry for everything that happened,” she said in Spanish, according to the Times.

Ortega had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. In April, she was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of second-degree murder. It was an emotional verdict for the jury, said David Curtis, a juror who held back tears after the verdict was read, CNN reported at the time.

“This was a very difficult decision for all of us. While the basic facts were very clear from the beginning, we also wanted to be sure that we were giving everybody a fair opportunity,” Curtis said at a news conference. “It was not a decision we reached lightly or easily. There were some raised voices and a lot of tears. But I think we all feel good that we addressed all of the issues and fairly weighed everything that was presented to us.”

Marina Krim wasn’t present in the courtroom for the guilty verdict, as she had not been at the trial since she testified in early March. But she was in court Monday for the sentencing, and in a stirring statement said Ortega had not succeeded in her ultimate goal, the Times reported.

“The defendant set out to destroy what Kevin and I had created and built – an inspired, happy, thriving family,” Krim said. “But she failed.”

Ortega destroyed her own family, Krim said. “She has destroyed the pride her family once felt. She’s destroyed any sense of peace they’ll ever have.”

According to the prosecution, Ortega – who was born in the Dominican Republic but is a naturalized U.S. citizen – had a difficult relationship with her employers, The Washington Post’s Kyle Swenson reported in April. The nanny was in financial trouble after moving her son to the United States from the Dominican Republic and enrolling him in a private school. The Krims offered Ortega more hours to increase her pay, but the nanny’s jealousy of her employers deepened.

“Did you see anything during the time of the defendant’s employment that made you think she was mentally ill?” a prosecutor asked Kevin Krim at the trial, according to New York magazine.

“Absolutely not,” the father replied. “Never. And I know what I know.”

Ortega was originally recommended to the Krims by her sister, who worked as a nanny for a child who attended the same preschool as Lucia, New York magazine reported.

Now, the Krims are active in pushing for legislation that would make it illegal to lie on a job application or references involving child care. The Krims have since moved out of the apartment where the murders happened and have grown their family with the birth of two sons, in addition to their surviving daughter.

Nine of the jurors and alternates from the trial attended the sentencing Monday, sitting together in the second row.

“We all became like a family during this trial,” juror Darnell Jones told the Times. “I’ve never been a part of something that mattered so much to people’s lives.”

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New York Nanny Sentenced To Life For Murdering Children In Her Care


Yoselyn Ortega, 56, was found guilty by a jury of murdering both the children. (Reuters)

New York:  A New York nanny convicted of fatally stabbing two young children in her care was sentenced on Monday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for a crime that has been described as every parent’s nightmare.

In a case that drew national headlines, Yoselyn Ortega, 56, was found guilty by a jury in April of murdering both Lucia Krim, 6, nicknamed Lulu, and her 2-year-old brother, Leo, and leaving their bloody bodies in a bathtub in their luxury Manhattan apartment in October 2012.

Judge Gregory Carro on Monday called the case “pure evil” before issuing the sentence, the stiffest available.

Before hearing the sentence, Ortega addressed the court and apologized. She spoke in Spanish through a translator.

“I’m very sorry for everything that happened … I ask for a great deal of forgiveness,” she said in a shaky voice.

She said she was asking forgiveness from God and the children’s parents, adding she had not been feeling well on the day of the murders.

The two-month trial at state Supreme Court in Manhattan featured testimony by the children’s mother, Marina Krim.

She recalled the shock of returning to the family’s Upper West Side apartment to find her children slain and their nanny standing over them stabbing her own neck with a kitchen knife. Krim had come home with the children’s 3-year-old sister, Nessie, after Ortega failed to show up with the children at Lulu’s dance lesson.

“I just wanted to wake up from this nightmare that I knew wasn’t a nightmare. It was real,” Krim told jurors. “It’s like a total horror movie.”

The motive, prosecutors said, was Ortega’s overwhelming financial problems after bringing her 17-year-old son from the Dominican Republic and her resentment toward Marina Krim, married to then-CNBC executive Kevin Krim, for being the mother “she could never be.”

In 2012, in the aftermath of the killings, the Krims founded the Lulu & Leo Fund, which supports creativity in schools. Their family now includes two more children: Felix, born in October 2013, and Linus, born in January 2016.

Marina and Kevin Krim left the courtroom before the sentence was read.

Ortega’s lawyers had failed to convince the jury she was not guilty by reason of insanity.
 

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New York Nanny Convicted In Haunting Murder Of Children In Her Care Faces Life


Lucia Krim, 6 and her 2-year-old brother, Leo were allegedly murdered by Yoselyn Ortega.

New York:  A New York nanny convicted of murder in the fatal stabbing of two young children in her care heads to court on Monday to be sentenced for her role in a crime that has been described as every parent’s nightmare.

In a case that drew national headlines, Yoselyn Ortega, 56, faces life behind bars for slaying Lucia Krim, 6, nicknamed Lulu, and her 2-year-old brother, Leo, and leaving their bloody bodies in a bathtub in their luxury Manhattan apartment in October 2012.

A jury in April found her guilty of murdering both children, which is punishable by a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Ortega, whose lawyers failed to convince the panel she was not guilty by reason of insanity, on Monday returns to state Supreme Court in Manhattan for sentencing in a case that rattled many parents who entrust their children to a caretaker.

The two-month trial featured testimony by the children’s mother, Marina Krim. She recalled the shock of returning to the family’s Upper West Side apartment to find her children slain and their nanny standing over them stabbing her own neck with a kitchen knife. Krim had come home with the children’s 3-year-old sister, Nessie, after Ortega failed to show up with the children at Lulu’s dance lesson.

“I just wanted to wake up from this nightmare that I knew wasn’t a nightmare. It was real,” Krim told jurors. “It’s like a total horror movie.”

The motive, prosecutors said, was Ortega’s overwhelming financial problems after bringing her 17-year-old son from the Dominican Republic and her resentment toward Marina Krim, married to then-CNBC executive Kevin Krim, for being the mother “she could never be.”

In 2012, in the aftermath of the killings, the Krims founded the Lulu & Leo Fund, which supports creativity in schools. Their family now includes two more children: Felix, born in October 2013, and Linus, born in January 2016.
 

© Thomson Reuters 2018

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