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‘RHONJ’ Trailer: Teresa Giudice & Joe Gorga Engage In Epic Feud As Cheating Rumors Surface

The new trailer for season 11 of ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ features an intense yelling match between Teresa Giudice and Joe Gorga, plus more drama for the ladies! Check it out here!

Things are about to get explosive! The Real Housewives of New Jersey trailer for season 11 debuted and there’s plenty for longtime fans of the Bravo series to look forward to. This season promises to be unlike any other, with accusations of infidelity, family drama, and plenty of yelling matches — notably between Teresa Giudice and her brother, Joe Gorga.

The trailer opens with an ominous exchange between Margaret Josephs and Melissa Gorga. “Everyone’s marriage can look absolutely perfect on the outside,” Margaret says, before Melissa’s voice can be heard saying, “But guess what? Things aren’t always what they seem.” At that point, Dolores Catania interjects, “Anyone can be a cheater.”

Cheating becomes a major theme of the season, and it looks like it’s the main conflict between Joe and Melissa. “Last night, the owner of the restaurant asked Melissa for her number,” Teresa says of her sister-in-law. “They’ve been texting all day,” her voiceover can be heard, as footage of Melissa looking at her phone and smiling from ear to ear is shown. But that’s not even the most intense part of the trailer!

Joe Gorga discusses his former brother-in-law on ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ season 11 [Bravo].

Following a tense conversation between Joe and Melissa, the season’s biggest yelling match comes at the end of the trailer — and it looks like it’s between Joe and Teresa! As its revealed that Joe Giudice, Teresa’s now ex-husband, has seemingly been talking about Joe Gorga behind his back, things reach a complete boiling point during a family dinner.

Teresa Giudice is totally shocked by what her brother says on ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ season 11 [Bravo].

“You’re going to defend him?” Teresa’s brother shouts at her. “F**k that piece of s**t. He put my mother in a f**king grave. Do you understand that?” It’s an incredibly tense moment between the two that leaves Teresa practically speechless. There’s so much more in store for the ladies of RHONJ, and fans don’t have to wait long to see everything play out in the upcoming season!

Mark your calendars, The Real Housewives of New Jersey returns to Bravo for its 11th season on February 17 at 9 pm ET.


Dubai Police engage inmates in voluntary work

An inmate works on a garment at Al Aweer jail in Dubai. Picture for illustrative purposes only.
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Dubai: The Dubai Police General Command, represented by the General Department of Punitive and Correctional Institutions (PCI), has recently launched a voluntary programme through which inmates get the opportunity to engage in different kinds of voluntary works within the Department.

The programme, launched under the slogan “Fina Khaer” (The Goodness Within), is approved by the Dubai Volunteering Centre of the Community Development Authority (CDA). It also serves as an educational programme to enrich the inmates’ knowledge and its significance to the community by enrolling them in various activities and programmes.

Lt. Col Yusuf Abdul Kareem Jumma, Acting Director of PCI, said that Dubai Police encourages its employees to be part of any voluntary work. “This falls within the Dubai Police’s strategy to enhance a culture of volunteerism and promote positive cooperation with different bodies in the emirate,” Lt. Col. Jumma added.

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Lt. Col Yusuf Abdul Kareem Jumma, Acting Director of PCI, said that Dubai Police encourages its employees to be part of any voluntary work.
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“The programme aims at achieving the UAE government objective in instilling values concerning good citizenship and community solidarity. It is also in line with the force’s aim to give the inmates a chance for reformation,” he added.

Nine programmes

Major Mohammad Abdullah Al Obaidli, Acting Director of the Inmates’ Training and Education Programmes, said that the programme, apart from its educational sessions, will form a team of volunteers of both inmates and employees, who will be responsible for carrying out nine volunteering programmes and activities within the Punitive and Correctional Institutions. These activities and programmes will vary between different fields, including culture, education, arts, health and psychology, environment, sports and others.

“Fina Khaer” Volunteering Team

“The team will be in charge of creating an attractive and encouraging environment for volunteering through setting policies and procedures that preserve the volunteers’ rights and clarify thoroughly their duties and roles. The members of “Fina Khaer” Volunteering team will be conducting interviews for recruiting volunteers, evaluating their work, and qualifying them for their tasks,” Maj. Al Obaidli added.

The programme will also deliver educational sessions and lectures on volunteering to raise the awareness of inmates on their rights when they are part of any volunaty work, whether it is carried out during their serving times in the institutions or later.

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Priti Patel to deport homeless people who engage in ‘low level’ crimes

Priti Patel plans to deport homeless people who persistently engage in ‘low level’ crimes such as drug-pushing and ‘dangerous behaviour’

  • Priti Patel will deport the homeless who repeatedly engage in low level crimes
  • Powers would be used ‘sparingly’ and after individuals refused other measures
  • Ms Patel reportedly wrote to Ministers on Friday to inform them of the plans 

Priti Patel will deport the homeless who repeatedly engage in low level crimes under proposals being discussed by Ministers, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The Home Secretary has drawn up plans to change immigration rules to make it easier to send rough sleepers who engage in ‘persistent anti-social or dangerous behaviour’ back to the countries they came from.

It is understood Ms Patel wrote to Ministers on Friday to inform them of the plans.

The measures would be targeted at homeless people who regularly engage in ‘low level crimes, including drug pushing and ‘dangerous behaviour’, a source said.

Home Secretary Priti Patel has drawn up plans to change immigration rules to make it easier to deport rough sleepers who engage in ‘persistent anti-social or dangerous behaviour’

The new powers would be used ‘sparingly’ and after the individuals have refused other measures, they added.

Rough sleepers who regularly come to the attention of police and who refuse all offers of help would also face deportation.

Ms Patel is understood to be using the measures to take aim at gangs that have people living on the streets in commuter towns.

However repeated failures by the Home Office to deport people make it unclear whether the proposals will have an effect even if they go ahead.

Only 76 migrants have been deported after crossing the Channel since April, according to the Home Office.

More than 9,000 asylum seekers are living in 91 hotels across the country after a record-high year for Channel crossings, MPs were told last week.

Speaking to the Commons Public Accounts Committee, Home Office officials said 9,500 people have been put up in hotels in cities including Birmingham, Nottingham and Glasgow amid a shortage of permanent accommodation while they wait for their claims to be processed.

Ms Patel used her speech at the Conservative Party conference last week to announce the biggest overhaul of the ‘broken’ asylum system in decades.

She said: ‘Those defending the broken system, the traffickers, the do-gooders, the Leftie lawyers, the Labour Party, they are defending the indefensible.

‘Our broken system is enabling this international criminal trade. It is disregarding the most vulnerable, elbowing women and children in need to the side.’

Rough sleepers who regularly come to the attention of police and who refuse all offers of help would also face deportation under the measures (file photo)

Rough sleepers who regularly come to the attention of police and who refuse all offers of help would also face deportation under the measures (file photo)

The Home Secretary will introduce a ‘fair borders Bill’ designed to stop people drawing out the asylum process by making them declare all grounds for refugee status when they apply. 

Last month, it emerged that the Government even considered processing asylum claims on remote islands in the South Atlantic including Ascension and St Helena, where Napoleon was exiled.

Andrew Gwynne, who sits on the Home Affairs committee, said: ‘There has been a long-term policy dating back to the Labour government of deporting foreign criminals and them using their right to stay in the UK.

‘There is a big difference between organised crime and low level crime, and we need to make sure the Government does not abuse any rules.

‘But the message is clear – if you are here and you commit crimes, I think it’s right that the Government can review your immigration status.’

The Home Office was approached for comment.

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Engage All Guest Teachers: Delhi Government Tells Its Schools

In July, Manish Sisodia had said guest teachers would be re-engaged.

New Delhi:

In a relief to guest teachers, the Delhi government has directed its schools to engage services of all guest teachers who had been hired in the last academic session.

There has been uncertainty over the engagement of the 20,000 odd guest teachers – who are paid per day of work – since schools were closed in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The heads of government schools were earlier authorised to call 50 per cent teaching and non-teaching staff from September 21 for smooth running of teaching, learning and assessment activities, for online teaching and tele counselling and other related work,” an official order by the Directorate of Education (DoE) said.

“Hence, in order to ensure smooth functioning of schools, all heads of government schools are hereby directed to engage all such guest teachers (except non-CTET) who were engaged during the last academic session, subject to the availability of vacancy in their schools, within three days positively,” it added.

In July, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had said guest teachers would be re-engaged as part of the remote teaching-learning plan.

The education department had then issued directions to all heads of schools to “engage willing guest teachers and contract teachers, wherever required, for online teaching-learning activities”.

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Ginny Weds Sunny trailer: Vikrant Massey and Yami Gautam engage in some Indian Matchmaking. Watch

Netflix India has released the first trailer for Ginny Weds Sunny, a new wedding-themed comedy acquired by the streaming service for release on October 9. The film stars Yami Gautam and Vikrant Massey as a couple looking for suitable life partners.

The two-and-a-half minute trailer introduces Ginny and Sunny, who meet for a potential arranged marriage, but when Ginny turns him down, Sunny embarks on a journey to win her affections by teaming up with her mother.


The trailer features several song-and-dance numbers, slice-of-life comedy, and the easy chemistry of its leads. There are also cameos by Mika Singh and Badshah, perhaps, playing themselves in a music sequence.

“It was a blast playing Ginny as she is a headstrong girl, not letting anyone or anything ever let her down,” Yami said in a statement. Vikrant, describing himself as a ‘quintessential Punjabi boy from Delhi’, said, “While he cooks great dishes in the kitchen, life does not have the perfect recipe in story for Sunny. He wants to get married but the challenge of winning over Ginny is more formidable than he signs up for.”

Also read: Vikrant Massey on star kids: ‘They don’t have to sit in the sun, they don’t have to audition’

Ginny Weds Sunny is directed by Puneet Khanna, written by Navjot Gulati and Sumit Arora; and also stars Ayesha Raza, among others. This is Vikrant’s third Netflix project in a row, after the sci-fi drama Cargo and Alankrita Shrivastava’s Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare.

Among Netflix’s recent Hindi releases were Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer Raat Akeli Hai and Janhvi Kapoor’s Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl. Nawaz will return with Sudhir Mishra’s Serious Men on October 2.

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