Malaika Arora nails most difficult yoga stretches in sports bra and pants, calls it Friday funMalaika Arora is the queen when it comes to fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. Her trainer, recently shared an image in which she can be seen nailing a very difficult stretch.advertisement Next India Today Web Desk New DelhiJune 15, 2019UPDATED: June 15, 2019 13:02 IST Malaika Arora nails stretching in the gymMalaika Arora is the queen when it comes to fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. The actress has been known to make healthy dietary choices and include working out in her day-to-day life.The 45-year-old who is known to incorporate various forms of exercise in her life to keep working out fun was recently seen trying her hand at some serious stretching.Bollywood’s favourite physical trainer, Namrata Purohit recently took to her Instagram account to share this image with us. The gram that is captioned, “And we stretch! Fun Friday with Malaika Arora. Always trying something new, crazy and fun! #PilatesGirls #malaikaarorakhan #namratapurohit #stretch #Back #pilates #fitness #friday,” shows the two of the fittest women acing it in the gym.In the picture, Namrata Purohit is seen on the mat with her hands and feet touching the mat and her torso in the air. Malaika, on the other hand, is on top of Namrata with legs folded downwards and stretching her back, just like her trainer.For their workout session, Malaika was seen in a black halter neck sports bra and a pair of black yoga pants.Looking at her stretch like this is giving us major fitness goals.ALSO SEE | Malaika Arora and Amrita Arora give sexy athleisure ensemble a comfy twist at gym. See picsadvertisementALSO READ | Arjun Kapoor shows off muscles in shirtless photo, Malaika Arora is all heartALSO WATCH | Up, close and personal with Arjun KapoorGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byNishtha Grover Tags :Follow Malaika AroraFollow Celebrity workout
A jury is now deliberating the fate of Maria Figliola. Six months of proceedings wrapped up late this afternoon and now the jury will be sequestered until it reaches a verdict of whether or not she is guilty of hiring a hit man to kill her husband Frank in 2001.The jury knows that this is the second time Maria Figliola has faced this trial. In the first trial in 2006, the jury spent several days deliberating before coming back with a decision. Everything is taking longer in this trial. Each lawyer took two days to sum up his case and the judge spent two days instructing the jury.The Crown says Maria Figliola had her husband killed because she felt entitled to his money and he was about to leave her because he knew about the affair she was having. She told friends at work that she had the means to get rid of Frank and she had three scenarios of how it could be done, including having someone wait for him when he went for his usual walk on a lonely pathway.The Crown says she lied to police repeatedly to mislead them about her role in the murder.The Defence says Frank Figliola had a serious gambling problem that included illicit gambling, and that’s what likely got him killed. They say Frank’s gambling habit is part of what led Maria Figliola to defraud the CIBC of half a million dollars when she worked there in the 90’s. The Defence also says police manipulated witnesses into agreeing to the version of the story the police had concocted.The judge has told the jury they have to decide who to believe, and they can go over the evidence as much as they want. For example the video recordings of Figliola talking to police.The jury will probably deliberate until nine or nine thirty tonight, and if they haven’t decided they’ll go to a hotel and be back here in the morning. 00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09
A study by the University of the West of England last year found that a 20-minute increase in commute time, averaged out across the year, is equivalent to a 19 per cent pay cut for job satisfaction. The study by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.It follows data suggesting that one in seven commuters is now spending two hours or more each day travelling to and from work. People are happy to commute up to 45 minutes if it means living in a good area or reaching a desirable job, but not longer, according to a study.Researchers analysing the habits of 4,248 workers over seven years found that individuals whose commutes to their place of employment were longer than 45 minutes tended to move house in order to reduce their travel times.Conversely, those who started the study period with commutes shorter than 45 minutes were often prepared to increase their travel times in order to move to a better home or to reach a more desirable job located further away.The study also found that those who did not move house over the study period were more likely to have shorter commutes to begin with and to be home-owners with decent to high incomes.Meanwhile people who changed residences but remained at the same workplace, had middle-range incomes and upgraded from tenancy to ownership, which lengthened commutes. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.