19082018-LSTC-01.qxd 8/18/2018 8:13 PM Page 1 c m y b CHANDIGARH | SUNDAY | 19 AUGUST 2018 TRIBUNELIFE+STYLE ARIANA OFFERS HOMAGE TO MANCHESTER ATTACK VICTIMS RAJKUMMAR RAO SALUTES POLICEMEN American singer Ariana Grande paid her heartfelt tributes to the victims of Manchester terrorist attack with her latest album, Sweetener. On the final track of the album, Get Well Soon, Grande sang about taking care and removing negativity from the lives of her fans. “This is for everybody / Babe, you gotta take care of your body, yuh yuh / Ain’t no time to deny it, that is why we talking about it / So deal with it, don’t try to get by it,” she sings on the track. The 25-year-old star also observed 40 seconds of silence at the end of the song. ANI Actor Rajkummar Rao, who on Saturday addressed the officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS) at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA), Hyderabad, praised the policemen for their bravery. The Newton actor tweeted: “It was such an honour. I salute the courage and selflessness with which our cops perform their duties. Thank you SVPNPA.” SVPNPA is the national institute for training of IPS officers before they are sent to their respective state cadres to carry out their duties. IANS ‘AS HUMANS WE SHOULD HELP OTHERS IN NEED’ c m y b ❝ I think we all, being citizens of the world, have a responsibility and it’s not just for the sake of doing certain things because I am an actor, socialite or a business person. I think what’s important is that apart from the careers we choose; it is our basic duty as human beings to be able to help other human beings... Or help in a cause because that’s what makes us truly citizens of the world❝ — RANI MUKHERJEE
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