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Police questions Boney, Dubai Public Prosecution begins probe

Dubai: The Dubai Public Prosecution has started an investigation into the untimely demise of Bollywood actress Sridevi, who was found dead in a bathtub at her hotel room here, a media report said on Tuesday.

Sources at the Dubai Police informed Khaleej Times that the Public Prosecution will conduct further investigations with regard to circumstances that led to the 54-year-old actress's "accidental drowning" after losing consciousness.

The Dubai Media Office tweeted: "Dubai police assert that the case file was forwarded to the Public Prosecutor's Office in Dubai to take the necessary legal action in accordance with such cases." At 6 p.m., Monday, the case was still referred to the public prosecution for further investigation."

The overall investigation into her death began early Sunday morning, and the late actor's body has been at the General Department of Forensic Evidence, Dubai, since 2.30 a.m., on Sunday, reports Khaleej Times.

The Dubai Police has also recorded the statement of Sridevi's producer husband Boney Kapoor.

Sources told Gulf News that the filmmaker was called to the Bur Dubai police station for questioning. The police took his statement after which he was allowed to return to his hotel.

On Saturday evening, Sridevi drowned in the bathtub of room number 2201 at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel here.

Meanwhile, sources also informed that the laboratory results revealed she had consumed alcohol and was in an inebriated state when she slipped and fell into the bathtub that was filled with water.

The police said that there was no clear criminal motive with regard to her death, neither did she suffer a cardiac arrest like how it was reported earlier.

Her death certificate, issued by the Ministry of Health and Prevention's Preventive Medicine Department also stated that her death was due to accidental drowning.

A formal medical committee, under the supervision of senior police officials, is supervising the investigation.

Also, Consul-General of India Vipul stated that the Indian Consulate in Dubai is continuing to wait and hope that all procedures towards the repatriation of Sridevi's body would complete as soon as possible.

IANS

Lifestyle

Skin hydration tips to beat the summer heat

New Delhi: The heat is here and so are the summer fun activities. So, if you're wondering how to make those dry patches on your face very smooth, just make sure of following some basic routines.

Sangeeta Velaskar, Vice President, R&D and Head, Medical Services from Kaya Clinic gives tips fora hydrated healthy skin:

It is always important to apply sunscreen to your face before going out in the morning. Even if it's not to sunny outside, the sun's powerful rays can damage your skin.

It is never good to use direct hot water on skin as it washes away the sebum that is required by the skin to retain moisture. A good way is to use lukewarm water for washing your face.

Using the right kind of moisturizer is the key to skin hydration. During summer, you should opt for moisturizers which are water based instead of oil based.

Sonia Mathur, Head - Training and Competence Development at Divine Organics gives a few tips and tricks to beat the summer heat and hydrate the skin in an effective manner:

Drinking adequate amount of water (at least 8 glasses a day) is an essential one as water helps in digestion, circulation, absorption and getting rid of skin toxins. If your skin is not getting sufficient amount of water, the lack of hydration will present itself by dry and flaky skin.

Hydrate your skin with a hydrating mask at least twice a week. This will not only help in hydrating the skin but also in removing excess oils and other impurities. This is a must-do to improvethe appearance of your skin.

Toner therapy is something that is overlooked by many. For glowing and hydrated skin, add toner therapy to your beauty regime. It helps reduce open pores seizing maximum dust, dirt and pollution leading to acne.

--IANS

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Kerala: MLA PC George creates nuisance at toll plaza over being asked to pay toll

Kerala: MLA PC George creates nuisance at toll plaza over being asked to pay toll

Annoyed over being asked to pay toll over the toll plaza in Thrissur, Kerala MLA PC George vandalised the barricades and created nuisance. A CCTV footage has gone viral over the social media in which independent MLA George is seen to be stepping out of his car and breaking the barriers.

P.C. George was on his way to Kochi from Thrissur when his luxury car was stopped at the toll plaza at Paliyekkara on July 17 night by the toll booth, manned mostly by workers from other States.

According to Mr. George, his car was not allowed to pass despite having the ‘MLA’ board.

Pudukkad police officials said the toll plaza employees had informed that there was some delay in allowing the MLA’s vehicle to pass, following which Mr. George, along with his aides, broke the stop barrier.

A complaint has been filed against MLA George.

This is not the first time that PC George has garlanded controversies. In February 2017, the Poonjar MLA had allegedly slapped a canteen boy at the MLA’s hostel for delivering food late. He had also waved pistol at some estate workers for allegedly shouting slogans against him in connection with a land dispute on June 29, 2017.

Mr. George is presently founder leader of Kerala Janapakasham party.