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Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan calms down with Buddhism!


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The news that Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan will embrace Buddhism has been widely discussed in India these days. The reason for this is that he has stated that he tends to read Buddhist books.

Shah Rukh Khan says that he has now become a tranquil and calm person by reading the life story of Gautama Buddha.

Shah Rukh Khan, who was very impulsive at the last IPL Cricket tournament, did not behave like that at the Apple tournament this time. He says that his change is that he is inclined towards Buddhism and reads Buddhist books.

I read a lot of books written about Buddhism these days. I read them these days, and by reading these books, I have become a mature person. I feel like my life is going to make a big difference.

Shah Rukh Khan has said this while commenting on the new change that has taken place in his life.

Shah Rukh Khan's daughter celebrates her 21st birthday at a time when the whole country is suffering from covid!


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Suhani Khan, the daughter of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, recently celebrated her 21st birthday with victory when the entire country is suffering from the covid epidemic. We hear that she is preparing to enter Bollywood as a young actress in the future.

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Here are the latest decisions are taken by the ICC regarding the Cricket World Cup!


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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided to increase teams playing in the 2027 and 2031 ODI Cricket World Cups to 14.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has also decided to increase the number of teams playing in the 20-20 Cricket World Cup to 20 and hold the 20-20 Cricket World Cup every two years from 2024-2030.

A 17-year-old boy breaks Bolt's 18-year-old record! (VIDEO)


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A 17-year-old schoolboy has broken the world record set by Usain Bolt 18 years ago, in 2003.

It was an under 18 event in the 200 meters at a league tournament in the United States. Ariane Knighton won the 200m in 20.11 seconds. Bolt finished the event in 20.13 seconds.

Two Sri Lankan players ahead in ODI rankings!


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Sri Lanka's Kusal Janith Perera and Dushmantha Chameera have topped the International Cricket Council's latest ODI batsmen and bowlers' rankings.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) released its latest ODI rankings yesterday (02).

According to the new rankings, Sri Lanka's Kusal Janith Perera has moved up to 42nd place in the batting chart.

Kusal Perera scored his sixth ODI century in the final of the Bangladesh ODI series.

Iran's most oversized ship sinks


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The largest Iranian naval vessel has sunk off the coast of Oman. That was due to a fire on that ship. According to Iranian media reports, the vessel caught fire this morning, and about 20 people on board were burnt. According to media reports, the operation to extinguish the fire lasted for several hours.

According to foreign media reports, about 400 crew members and trainees boarded the ship that caught fire.

A worldwide black market for corona vaccines


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State Minister of Pharmaceuticals Supply and Regulation Prof. Channa Jayasumana has stated that a worldwide black market for corona vaccine has been created today. Sri Lanka should be wary of it.

According to Prof. Channa Jayasumana, it has been revealed that some of the private sector companies in the country that have come forward as intermediaries to import corona vaccine from foreign countries are importing plywood, doing container business, and shipping.

He said that AstraZeneca vaccines are also available in private companies in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Canada, France, and Australia. Several private companies have agreed to act as intermediaries to import the vaccine from those companies.

Mr. Jayasumana also said that some companies did not go beyond the requirement to submit relevant documents to ascertain whether the imported vaccines were from the parent company.


He added that it was the government's responsibility to ensure that the vaccines were correct when imported.