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Television actor Tina Datta has given a reply after a user on Instagram slammed her over her topless pictures. Recently, Tina had taken to the social media platform and posted a bunch of pictures wearing only multicolour shorts.

She had captioned the post, “Mind if I heat up the temperatures? I thought the new month deserves a change!.P.S. This is a picture that was edited but I think if you are comfortable in your skin, its all ok….Remember do what makes you comfortable without worrying about what others think!”

Taking to the comments section of the post, the user had abused her over her choice of clothes. Tina took to her Instagram Stories and shared screengrabs of the user’s comments tagging him. In a series of her Stories, she wrote, “@anuj_yaduvanshi_70 is that the kind of upbringing you guy’s get??? @shubhamcybercop please take action” and “and he wouldn’t stop @anuj_yaduvanshi_70 bring it on you looser. .Seems like that’s how yoy talk to every other women. . @shubhamcybercop.”

A few hours later she shared another screenshot when the user is seen saying, “dii I am reallt sorry for this” to which she replied, “and now suddenly I become Di . . such loosers”. Tina has deactivated the comment section for this post.

Earlier, speaking to a leading daily on social media and trolls, Tina said, “I see social media as a boon as it has opened up a plethora of opportunities for all of us. I choose to ignore the cons and stay away from trolls. Social media paves the way for good business and money. It is the best platform to reach out to my followers across the globe.”

Also Read: Here’s what Disha Patani posted on Instagram after getting booked by Mumbai Police

Tina is best known for playing the role of Ichha Bharti and Meethi in Uttaran. She participated in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi in 2016, and has also appeared in the mythological show Shani and the supernatural horror series Daayan.

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Ankita Lokhande takes break from social media, ‘exactly one year’ after Sushant Singh Rajput’s last …

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Actor Ankita Lokhande on Thursday appeared to announce a social media sabbatical. Sharing a cryptic post on Instagram, she wrote, “It’s not a goodbye, it’s a see you later.” She also added a waving hand emoji.

Her post comes mere days after she expressed heartbreak at the arrival of June. While Ankita hasn’t elaborated on the reasons behind her sadness, or her decision to take a step back from social media, many fans have drawn a connection to the one-year anniversary of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.

One person in the comments section noted that Ankita’s announcement comes ‘exactly a year’ after Sushant posted his last post on Instagram. They added, “I hope u post that same story in ur insta.” Others were curious to know why Ankita was taking a step back.

Sushant’s last post, which he shared on June 3, 2020, was in remembrance of his late mother. Sharing a collage of their pictures, he had written in the caption, “Blurred past evaporating from teardrops, Unending dreams carving an arc of smile, And a fleeting life, negotiating between the two… Ma.”

Ankita and Sushant, who worked together on the television series Pavitra Rishta, dated for six years until 2016. She has said previously that she was viciously trolled in the aftermath of his death last year. Months after his death, Ankita had opened up about the couple’s breakup. Speaking with Bollywood Bubble, she had said, “Today, people are accusing me of having dumped Sushant. How do you know that? Nobody knows about my thing. Sushant… I am not blaming anyone here… I think he made his choice very clear. He wanted to go on with his career. He chose his career and he moved on. But for two-and-a-half years, I was dealing with so many things.”

Also read: Ankita Lokhande is heartbroken as June begins, marks 12 years of Pavitra Rishta

Sushant died of an apparent suicide in June 2020. While the case was initially investigated by the Mumbai Police, the Central Bureau of Investigation took over shortly afterwards, after mounting public pressure. Separate probes are being conducted by the Enforcement Directorate and the Narcotics Control Bureau, which recently arrested Sushant’s former flatmate.

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Reality TV stars have posts banned from Instagram for sharing debt advice

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Instagram posts by three reality TV stars promoting a debt advice service have been banned after the influencers failed to reveal that they were being paid to advertise the company.

Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry, 25, Helen Briggs, also 25, from Ex On The Beach, and Towie’s Myles Barnett, 27, who have more than four million followers between them, did not make it sufficiently clear they were promoting Debt Slayers, the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled.

We’ve published six rulings this week, including one banning Instagram stories by influencers promoting a debt advice company for not making clear the risk of IVAs and for not making their posts obviously identifiable as ads: https://t.co/dbGYsX8oPm pic.twitter.com/XhOCfYlolT

— ASA (@ASA_UK) June 2, 2021

In a post in January this year, Ferry wrote: “If you know someone who is over £5000+ in debt this is a new fully regulated scheme that can help you write off 85 per cent of the debt”, before providing a link to Debt Slayers.

Barnett posted: “One of my friends just got 81 percent of his debt wiped off. So if you’ve got debt above £5,000 – it could be credit cards, catalogues, car finance … a loan, anything like that, swipe up, there’s more information on there … you can wipe off a big, big chunk of your debt.”

Three people complained that the posts were not obviously identifiable as ads, exaggerated the ease with which debts could be reduced, and did not make the risks of taking out an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) – an alternative to bankruptcy – clear.

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Ashteck Media, which trades as Debt Slayers, said it had “informal agreements” with Briggs, Barnett and Ferry to produce the relevant Instagram posts.

However, Debt Slayers did not provide a service other than passing on details to a third party.

Ashteck said consumers who contacted Debt Slayers as a result of the posts were made aware of the risks and fees associated with IVAs.

The watchdog banned the ads from appearing in that form again. It also ordered Ashteck and the stars to ensure that future ads were “obviously identifiable as marketing communications”.

Ashteck said it had stopped using social media influencers for promotions.

Myles Barnett (Matt Crossick/PA)

An agent for Briggs said her future marketing communications would be properly labelled, while the agent for Barnett and Ferry said they accepted that the wording of the posts was potentially in breach of advertising rules.

Barnett and Ferry’s agent said they would not work with debt management companies again.

Upholding the complaints, the ASA said the ads must not appear again in the form complained about.

The ASA said: “We told Ashteck Media to ensure their ads did not exaggerate the speed or ease with which debts could be reduced, that they made risks and fees of IVAs and other debt management services clear, and that they made clear that they passed on inquirers’ details to third parties and did not provide the service themselves.

“We also told Ashteck Media, Helen Briggs, Myles Barnett and Chloe Ferry to ensure that ads were obviously identifiable as marketing communications in future, for example, by including a clear identifier such as ‘#ad’.”

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Abu Dhabi’s very own Plant Lake is latest landmark to go viral on Instagram

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The striking photo of Plant Lake in Abu Dhabi was captured by Amar Habeeb in Abu Dhabi, and went viral on UAE social media in the last few days.
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Dubai: After the recent discoveries of lakes that seem to popping out of thin air, another lake has taken Instagram by storm in the UAE, and is none other than Plant Lake in Abu Dhabi.

From Moon Lake in Dubai’s Al Qudra to Long Salt Lake in Abu Dhabi’s Al Wathba region, this new lake was also appropriately named due to its unique shape, which in this case resembles a plant with its structure akin to a root and leaves.

Posted initially by Abu Dhabi-based photographer Amar Habeeb, the bright green colour of the lake also stunned netizens who were in awe to see that such a landmark existed in the UAE.

The instagram-worthy Plant Lake, according to Habeeb, is located on the eastern side of Al Jubail Island, close to Zeera Island and across the water from Khor Laffan.

On his social media account, @amarhabeeb wrote: “Was surprised to find this beautiful spot while exploring the nearby areas in a private island by flying my drone. Had to return immediately as soon as I found this place as battery was low and was far from the takeoff spot. Anyways happy to capture this wonderful place.”

Why is it green?

Although we don’t know for certain what may have caused the lake to be green, a few theories indicate that the lake’s colour could be attributed to the amount of chlorophyll-containing algae found in its waters.

Lake Scientist, an online source for lake science and technology, clarified that green lakes contain more harmful algal blooms than other types of lakes.

“Activities such as farming or septic system failure can increase the green colour of lakes through nutrient inputs which act as a fertilizer for algae. The high productivity of green lakes usually enables them to support more fish, but the poor water quality conditions can depress dissolved oxygen levels in hot summer months,” it explained.

These conditions also reduce the level of oxygen, which can kill off some of the marine life present in lakes.

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