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Ian Gelder, who played Kevan Lannister on Game of Thrones, died at the age of 74

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Ian Gelder, who played Kevan Lannister on Game of Thrones, died at the age of 74

Prestigious for his depiction of Kevan Lannister in HBO’s legendary series ‘Round of High Positions’, entertainer Ian Gelder has died at 74 years old.

The insight about Gelder’s destruction was affirmed by his better half, Ben Daniels, who shared the tragic declaration via online entertainment.

In a post on Instagram, Daniels communicated his significant misery, expressing, “It is with tremendous colossal bitterness and a weighty heart broken into 1,000,000 pieces that I’m passing on this post to report the death of my sweetheart spouse and life accomplice, Ian Gelder.”

“Ian was determined to have bile conduit malignant growth in December, and yesterday he passed at 13.07. I’d shut down all work to be his caregiver; however, neither of us knew that it would be generally so quick. He was my outright stone, and we’d been accomplices for over 30 years. On the off chance that we weren’t together, we addressed each other regularly. He was the most thoughtful, liberal, vivacious, and cherishing individual. He was a superb, brilliant entertainer, and every individual who worked with him was moved by his heart and light. I sincerely don’t have the foggiest idea what I’ll manage without him close by.”

Daniels uncovered that Gelder had been combating bile channel malignant growth since December, and his passing came quickly.

Portraying Gelder as his “outright stone,” Daniels thought back about their three very long-term organizations, underscoring Gelder’s consideration, liberality, and faithful love.

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Hollywood in tears, pouring accolades for Ian
Accolades started pouring in from individual entertainers and industry peers, giving sympathies and sharing affectionate recollections of Gelder.

Matt Lanter stretched out his affection and supplications to Daniels, while Richard E. Award communicated distress over Ian’s deficiency.

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Leslie Bibb and Missi Pyle additionally conveyed their sincere sympathies, mirroring Gelder’s huge light and sympathy.

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Delhi Government Petitions Supreme Court for Increased Water Supply from Neighboring States

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Delhi Government Petitions Supreme Court for Increased Water Supply from Neighboring States

The government of Delhi instructs the State Water Commission to obtain more raw water from the nearby states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh in light of the serious water shortage in the capital. The Delhi government, facing a serious water crisis in the nation’s capital, petitioned the Supreme Court on Friday to obtain more raw materials from nearby Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh.

Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal asserted earlier in the day that the states bordering the capital had cut back on water supplies. The people of Delhi will be extremely grateful to the BJP for taking this move if it manages to secure some water for the city for a month by speaking with the governments of UP and Haryana. Nobody can control the intense heat like this. Can we, however, save the people from this if we band together? Kejriwal shared something on the social media site X.

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The Delhi government has implemented strict measures due to the worsening water crisis, such as fining ₹2,000 “on anyone found wasting water and shall disconnect any illegal water connection on construction sites or commercial establishments.”

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Chhota Rajan Convicted in Mumbai Hotelier Jaya Shetty Murder Case: Verdict Details Revealed

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Chhota Rajan Convicted in Mumbai Hotelier Jaya Shetty Murder Case: Verdict Details Revealed

Gangster Chhota Rajan was found guilty on Thursday by a Mumbai court of killing hotelier Jaya Shetty in 2001. Later in the day, the court will probably announce the sentence’s length.

AM Patil, a special judge handling cases under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA), found Rajan guilty.

Who was Jaya Shetty?

The Golden Crown hotel in Gamdevi, central Mumbai, was owned by Jaya Shetty. The Chhota Rajan gang has been calling him for extortion.

On May 4, 2001, two suspected gang members shot and killed him inside his hotel.

The Maharashtra police had given him a security cover because of the threats. However, his security cover had been removed two months prior to the murder.

After being deported to India after to his arrest in Indonesia in October 2015, Chhota Rajan is currently incarcerated at Delhi’s Tihar Jail. For the murder of a journalist, Chhota Rajan is already serving a life sentence in prison.

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Jaya Shetty was shot and killed by two shooters, according to report. One of the gunmen was apprehended after being pursued by the hotel’s management and staff member.

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All Eyes on Rafah: 45 Civilians Killed in Israeli Strike, Sparking Global Outrage | Top Updates

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All Eyes on Rafah: 45 Civilians Killed in Israeli Strike, Sparking Global Outrage | Top Updates

According to reports, Israel’s bombardment targeting a refugee camp in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, killed up to 45 individuals, including children. Celebrities from all around the world denounced Israel’s action in response to the incident, which caused a global uproar as Middle East tensions continued to rise. The majority of those slain in the Israeli bombing were camp residents in tents. Days prior, Israeli bombardment in the same region started a large fire inside the shelter. The military’s escalating assault on Rafah has sparked significant international indignation over the tent camp fire, including from some of Israel’s closest allies. On Sunday, Israel conducted a series of attacks against Rafah, just hours after Hamas fired several rockets at Tel Aviv, the majority of which were deflected by the nation’s sophisticated defenses.

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45 civilians lost their lives as a result of Israeli military bombings and shelling close to Rafah, Gaza administration officials announced on Tuesday. Following the Sunday airstrikes, hundreds of refugees suffered burns and shrapnel injuries. Days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to cease its operation in Rafah, the government launched an attack that sparked anger throughout the world and led to strong condemnation from its allies. Israel described the human casualties as “a tragic accident” in a statement, adding that other factors besides airstrikes were also responsible for the large fire in the refugee camp.

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The Israeli military speculated that secondary explosions, perhaps from the weaponry of Palestinian terrorists, may have been the origin of the fire that broke out in the tent camp on Sunday. According to them, Israeli weapons were “too small a source” to start the fire. Millions of social media users, including politicians, athletes, entertainers, and actresses, shared an image with the phrase “All eyes on Rafah” shortly after the airstrikes. The picture showed tents used as shelter in Rafah, where up to 1.4 million residents are in need of safety. The military had not given the order for civilians to evacuate the districts west of Rafah when the strikes occurred a few days ago. Israeli tanks and ground forces have been active in the city’s center, in the eastern portion of Rafah, and along the border between Gaza and Egypt. Only one hospital in Rafah is open, according to Gaza’s health ministry, because of Israeli forces’ ongoing airstrikes and shelling. Additionally, they said that all major entry points for help had been blocked.

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