The Chase's Paul Sinha has opened up about how his worries in the lead-up to his Parkinson's diagnosis earlier this year.The British star said the diagnosis hit him hard.He suffered from a "frozen shoulder" for more than a year... (Date:09/21/2019 01:01) Read full article >>

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British: The word British is an adjective referring in various ways to the United Kingdom, or the island of Great Britain, and its people.
Sinha: Sinha is a Sanskrit term originates in the Indian subcontinent, common in India and Sri Lanka. It comes from the Sanskrit word "Siha" , which means lion.