Hindutva group Bajrang Dal on Sunday said that it will not allow comedian Munawar Faruqui to perform in Gujarat.
The comedian had announced a “Gujarat Tour” on his official Instagram handle on September 12. He is scheduled to perform in Surat on October 1, Ahmedabad on October 2 and Vadodara on October 3.
The Bajrang Dal on Sunday accused Faruqui of hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus with his comedy.
“Hindus have been tolerant but the Bajrang Dal is not,” said Jwalit Mehta, the convenor of the North Gujarat…
Barcelona’s Ansu Fati made the perfect return after 10 months out through injury by scoring in a 3-0 victory over Levante on Sunday, a result that eases the pressure on coach Ronald Koeman.
Fati, wearing the number 10 shirt previously belonging to Lionel Messi, came on to a raucous reception at Camp Nou, 323 days after his last appearance in November last year.
And the 18-year-old came back in style, carrying the ball forward and lashing it into the net in injury time to complete a much-needed victory for Barca.
Mikel Arteta called on Arsenal to consistently match the “special” levels they showed in blowing Tottenham away in the first-half of a 3-1 win on Sunday to move above their north London rivals in the Premier League table.
Just three weeks ago Spurs sat top and Arsenal bottom after their worst start to a league season for 67 years. However, the Gunners have been rejuvenated by six summer signings and the return to fitness of a number of key players.
Arsenal struck three times in the opening 35 minutes as Emile Smith Rowe…
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