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Mukesh Ambani And Nita Ambani’s Grandchild Name Revealed, Congratulations To Parents Shloka Ambani And Akash Ambani

Recently, Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani’s son Akash Ambani and his wife Shloka Ambani became parents to an adorable son who’s name has been revealed by the parents.



A picture of one of the richest men in the world, Mukesh Ambani posing with his newborn grandchild went viral on social media. Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani’s son Akash Ambani and his wife Shloka Ambani became proud parents to a baby boy on December 10. Now, the Ambani family has released a statement revealing the name of the newest addition to the family.

Parents Akash and Shloka have chosen the name “Prithvi” for their son.

A statement released by the family, “With the grace of Lord Krishna and the blessings of Dhirubhai Ambani, Kokilaben Ambani is delighted to announce the birth of our precious baby boy! Prithvi Akash Ambani. Delighted Parents Shloka and Akash. Overjoyed Grandparents Nita Dadi & Mukesh Dada, Mona Nani & Russell Nana. Over the Moon Great Grandparents, Purnimaben & Ravindrabhai Dalal, Rajnikaben & Arunbhai Mehta, Meenaben & Bharatbhai Mehta.”

The name of the son appears to be perfect as his father’s name is Akash which means sky and Prithvi means earth. Akash and Shloka tied-the-knot in the year 2019 and one year down the line, they have welcomed their son to this world.

Ambani family released a statement expressing happiness, “Nita and Mukesh Ambani are delighted to become grandparents for the first time as they welcomed the great-grandson of Dhirubhai and Kokilaben Ambani. The new arrival has brought immense joy to the Mehta and Ambani families.”

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Brazil’s capital has entered a two-week lockdown, joining several states in adopting measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 as intensive care beds begin to fill in some important cities. At least eight Brazilian states adopted curfews over the past week due to the rise in cases and deaths from COVID-19. Thursday was Brazil’s deadliest day since the beginning of the pandemic, with 1,541 deaths confirmed from the virus. So far 254,000 people have died overall.

Brasilia Governor Ibaneis Rocha decreed the total closure of bars, restaurants, shopping malls and schools until March 15 and prohibited gatherings of people. Sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited after 8 p.m. In the federal district, 85 per cent of hospital beds were occupied on Sunday, according to the local health ministry.

President Jair Bolsonaro again criticised such measures, saying on his Twitter account: “The people want to work.”

He threatened on Friday to cut off federal emergency pandemic assistance to states resorting to lockdowns, saying, “Governors who close down their states will have to provide for their own emergency aid.”

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