Play Your Part ambassador, Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, affectionately known as Lady Nam is an entertainer and philanthropist with a passion for community development. Lady Nam’s philanthropy is driven by a longing to make a positive impact in society using her personal brand and platform to reach out, educate and empower young girls and women.“Girls compete with girls, but women empower other women” says Lady Nam.Most notably, Lady Nam has created a platform for engagement on social media called #SheSpeaks by Lady Nam. This initiative aims to uplift young girls and women by encouraging them to find their voices in their careers and personal lives using #SheSpeaks by Lady Nam. Discussions address topics such as financial management, entrepreneurship, career guidance, spirituality, health and beauty.The initiative lives off social media and is amplified through various face-to-face interactions that Lady Nam has with experts from various fields, her entertainment industry peers and her mentees.“#SheSpeaks by Lady Nam is a women’s movement. It’s about empowering young girls and women. It’s about women finding their voice and after finding their voice, it’s about them walking, speaking and living their purpose.” says Lady Nam.Follow Lady Nam on YouTube to find out how you can get involved and find your voice.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is acting like an extra-constitutional authority, alleged Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in a special Assembly Session here on November 29. He dared the RSS to convert itself into a political party and come out in the open. “The RSS is acting like an extra-constitutional authority in the country. It should convert itself into a political party and come out in the open,” he said, claiming that no Minister or Chief Minister could be appointed without its consent. “During the Emergency, it was alleged that Sanjay Gandhi was acting as an extra-constitutional authority but all know whether he acted like that or not but the RSS is acting like an extra-constitutional authority in the country,” he said during the Assembly Session convened to discuss the Constitution. The Chief Minister added that an RSS leader had once said that former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was just a face. “You have no faith in the Constitution. You have to follow it because you have to win the elections in the democracy,” he said. The Chief Minister also said a Congress-free India could never be reality, “at least for next 100 years”. He also asked whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi ever took the name of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in six years. Mr. Modi did not feel proud on India’s achievements like the creation of Bangladesh and her sacrifice for the nation, he said. The Chief Minister said India and Pakistan got independence at the same time but what was the condition of the neighbouring country was known to all.“What is Pakistan in comparison to India? But an atmosphere was created in the country in the name of nationalism. Was it on the lines of the Constitution,” he asked. He targeted the Prime Minister for his working style and decisions like demonetisation and GST. Mr. Gehlot said at least 150 people died in the aftermath of demonetisation and economy suffered badly. Revenue to the states from the Centre had reduced, which would adversely impact development works, he claimed. Mr. Gehlot also took a dig at political developments in Maharashtra, resorting to sarcasm on the slogan, “Modi hai to mumkin hai”.He said it was not known how long the “democracy in the country would survive”. The Governor forwarded the recommendation to revoke the President’s Rule, the Prime Minister recommended and the President revoked it at 5.47 am, he said. “The Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister took oath at 8 a.m. and the Prime Minister congratulated Devendra Fadnavis, who too said ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’,” he added. He also termed electoral bonds the biggest scam of the country. Mr. Gehlot said an atmosphere of mob lynching and violence was created in the country, which was never there.
Chelsea have agreed a deal to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, subject to the Spain international agreeing personal terms and passing a medical, the Premier League champions said on Wednesday.British media reports said Chelsea would pay around 70 million pounds ($91 million) for Morata, which would shatter the club’s current transfer record by eclipsing the 50 million they spent on Fernando Torres in 2011.”Chelsea Football Club and Real Madrid have agreed terms for the transfer of Alvaro Morata to Stamford Bridge,” Chelsea said in a statement.The 24-year-old will give Chelsea manager Antonio Conte the attacking reinforcement that he has been searching for after he was reported to be frustrated by the club missing out on Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, who joined Manchester United last week.Chelsea were in the market for a striker as Spain’s Diego Costa is expected to leave the club having not travelled on their pre-season tour to China and Singapore.Morata, who had also been strongly linked by British media with a move to Manchester United earlier in the transfer window, helped Madrid win a second successive Champions League title last season, but spent much of the campaign as a substitute.The former Juventus forward scored 20 goals in all competitions in 17 starts, giving him the best goals to games ratio of all Real’s forwards.It was, however, his knack of grabbing vital goals, including late winners against Sporting Lisbon, Villarreal and Athletic Bilbao, that made him a key component in Zinedine Zidane’s double-winning side.Morata was an academy graduate at Real and made his debut in 2010, but left four years later for Juventus, where he spent two seasons.advertisementHe helped Juve reach the 2015 Champions League final, scoring a decisive equaliser against Real in the semi-final, second leg. He also found the net in the 3-1 defeat by Barcelona in the final.Yet like at Madrid, Morata failed to hold down a regular place for Juventus despite his decisive cameo appearances.