A heartwarming moment at Liverpool’s Anfield stadium recently had the whole crowd erupt in cheer and the video is the best thing you will witness today.After a match between Liverpool and Manchester City, Mo Salah’s young daughter, Makka, dribbled across the field to score a goal as the proud father watched her on.Watch the video:This is great to watch. Beautiful scenes. Mo Salah’s daughter.pic.twitter.com/BNr8MHTKZRWorld Cup (@FlFAWC2018) May 12, 2019The video of the little munchkin happily dribbling to score her goal in the open field, amid the crowd’s cheer, is going viral online.The moment took place after Mo Salah won the Premier League Golden Boot.After the video went viral, Twitterati started comparing the football player to cricketer Shahid Afridi, who in a controversial statement recently said that he does not give permission to his daughters to play outdoor sports and feminists can say whatever they want about his decision.My daughters are very precious to me! My life revolves around them. They all have some ambitions in life and I will support them while guiding them as a responsible father 1/2Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) May 12, 2019He also said, “It’s for social and religious reasons that I’ve made this decision regarding my daughters not competing in public sporting activities and their mother agrees with me.”advertisementFor every Shahid Afridi who tries to control his daughter there is a Mohammed Salah who lets his daughter run free and enjoy her life. https://t.co/3bGgZMRKY3Amena (@Fashionopolis) May 13, 2019A Twitter user, Amena, had tweeted the comparison between the two players, after which the particular tweet went viral.She wrote, “For every Shahid Afridi who tries to control his daughter there is a Mohammed Salah who lets his daughter run free and enjoy her life.”After she posted the tweet, many people agreed with her saying, “Beautiful. That is what girls need to be taught, to be independent and strong.”Another user wrote, “So true. Afridi is a caveman whole Mo Salah is a proper father…and sane too.”While the internet dragged Afridi for his sexist comments, Twitterati praised the footballer for his response to his adorable daughter scoring a goal.Another beautiful moment.. pic.twitter.com/WKzvZF9NBpJeri At Thabari (@doktermesine) May 13, 2019This is the best video I have seen for a while. So cuteVicky Arshad (@originalvicky) May 13, 2019Awesome dribbling skills from Salah Junior …..give her a contract now @LFC @MoSalahKate Ardern (@KateAlvanley) May 13, 2019Gave me chillsOluwatobi E.A. (@Teamlogo_ng) May 13, 2019Well we don’t know about you, Mo Salah definitely is a proud father who knows that his daughter’s got to spread her wings and shine.ALSO SEE | Little girl climbs on to dad’s back during namaz in Kashmir. Seen the adorable viral video yet?ALSO READ | Couple dancing on Baazigar gives Shah Rukh and Kajol a run for money. Watch hilarious TikTok videoALSO WATCH | Couple goes high on PDA on a bike on Delhi roads. Watch video
Sioux City Police have identified the teenage girl who died from injuries she suffered Sunday morning in a Morningside stabbing.17-year-old Paiten Sullivan of Sioux City died along with a friend,18 -year-old Felipe Negron Junior in the attack.The suspect in the alleged crimes, 18 year old Tran Walker of Sioux City, is charged with two counts of first degree murder.Walker appeared before a judge Monday and is being held on one million dollars bond in the Woodbury County Jail.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s governance model is not a “complete negative story” and not recognizing his work and demonizing him all the time is not going to help, said Congress leader Jairam Ramesh. It is time we recognize Modi’s work and what he did between 2014 and 2019 due to which he was voted back to power by over “30 per cent of the electorate”, said Ramesh on Wednesday. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) got 37.4 per cent of votes in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The NDA, as a whole, secured nearly 45 per cent of votes. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details Ramesh made the remarks while launching a book, “Malevolent Republic: A Short History of the New India” written by Kapil Satish Komireddi, a political analyst. “He (Modi) talks in a language that connects him with the people. Unless we recognize that he is doing things which people recognise and which have not been done in the past, we are not going to be able to confront this guy,” said the Congress leader. “Also, if you are going to demonize him all the time, you are not going to be able to confront him,” warned the former Union minister, who held portfolios of Rural Development, and Drinking Water and Sanitation ministries in the Manmohan Singh government. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday Ramesh sought to clarify that he is not asking anyone to praise or applaud the prime minister, but only wants the political class to at least recognise the traits he has brought to the governance — particularly the “economics of governance”. “Let me tell you it is not a completely negative story when it comes to economics of the governance, the politics of the governance is completely different,” said the noted economist, adding “the social relations that have been created out of his governance model is also completely different”. To prove his point, Ramesh gave example of the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUJ) and how successful it turned out for him. “In 2019, all of us in the political discourse made fun of one or two of his programmes, but it has turned out in all electoral studies that the PMUJ is one single program which has been able to connect him with crores and crores of women and given him the political traction which he didn’t have in 2014,” said the Rajya Sabha member from Karnataka. “Now if we are going to run this down and say this is all hocus pocus and say these are wrong numbers, we are not going to confront this guy,” he cautioned. Stating that something happened in the last decade, which catapulted Modi from a “non-entity in national politics” in the 2009 general elections to someone who won elections back to back, Ramesh said people of the country — right or wrong — are not relating “current distress to his presence”. “We talked about farmers distress through out our entire campaign, people realise there was farmers’ distress but they did not hold Modi responsible for it. You saw what happened in the elections result thereafter. We have to understand what made him respectable,” he said. Dubbing Komireddi’s book as an “angry, absorbing and exceedingly well-written” one, Ramesh said, “It is persuasive in looking at what happened in the last five years and looking ahead as to what we would expect from what has happened in the last five years.” Ramesh, however, also expressed disagreement with the author, who sought to blame the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and his family for all the prevailing wrongs in the country. Going 60 years back for something which happened in the last decade does not work out, said Ramesh, questioning the author’s bid to blame Nehru for what ails the country today. Published by Westland, the book claims to “retell and recount the betrayals of India’s republican promise over the last 70 years and retraces the path that modern India has treaded since 1947”.