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Akshay Kumar launches PUBG rival multi-player mobile action game FAU-G

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Akshay Kumar launches PUBG rival multi-player mobile action game FAU-G

On the occasion of Republic Day, Akshay Kumar launched the mobile action game ‘Fearless and United Guards (FAU-G).

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Kumar shared a short trailer of the game to announce his debut on Twitter.

“Face the enemy. Fight for your country. Protect our flag. India’s most anticipated action game, fearless and United Guard: FAU-G takes you to the headlines and beyond! Start your mission today, ”he tweeted along with the trailer.

The initial episode of the game is located in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh and the rest of the episodes will be set in other Indian battle ground.

The game is free to download and play while users have to pay for many premium features like the skins of their avatars.

The ‘FAU-G’ was announced in September last year when the Government of India banned PUBG.

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roadcaster India Willoughby has accused GB Information of the “demonisation” of trans persons and claimed she will no lengthier look on the channel.

Willoughby, the transgender countrywide Tv set newsreader, experienced earlier agreed to appear weekly on the information channel as a panel commentator on Tonight Stay with Dan Wootton.

She advised Pink Information she experienced thought the channel was “going to be a breath of contemporary air” but mentioned the working experience grew to become “an complete nightmare”.

Creating in the Mail+ on Wednesday, Ms Willoughby stated: “All I preferred to do was present a passionate defence of trans persons (of whom I am one) immediately after a week of unrelenting adverse media coverage…”

Ms Willoughby mentioned she resolved to quit GB News pursuing an on-screen interaction with Wootton on Sunday.

“I didn’t want to be component of what I thought of the demonisation of a portion of modern society with no representation,” she wrote.

GB Information presenter Andrew Neil mentioned the channel had been released to “expose the growing advertising of cancel culture” and give a voice “to all those who sense sidelined or silenced”.

The channel, positioned as a rival to the news and present-day affairs choices of the likes of BBC and Sky, has signed a sequence of significant profile figures like previous Sky Sporting activities presenter Kirsty Gallacher, ex-BBC presenter Simon McCoy and previous ITV presenter Alastair Stewart.

GB News has been contacted for remark.

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