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EastEnders viewers gobsmacked to learn truth about killer Nish in chilling scenes
EastEnders fans were on the edge of their seats on tonight’s episode of the BBC soap as Suki Panesar revealed the truth about her murderous husband, Nish.The episode got off to a bombshell star as fans watched the aftermath unfold between Suki, Eve and Kheerat.Suki and Eve were caught naked in bed together by a stunned Kheerat, with Suki then ordering Eve to leave.READ MORE: Danniella Westbrook unrecognisable in 25 year old snap during first EastEnders stintKheerat and Suki began having a heart to heart, with Suki reliving her past relationship with his father.As the conversation developed, and with Nish arriving in the square after his stint in prison, Suki revealed that Nish didn’t murder an intruder at the shop, he murdered an innocent man she had befriended during what she described as an emotionally abusive marriage.“Omg the truth!!!!!,” said one shocked fan.“So Nish is a controlling scumbag,” proclaimed another.While a third penned: “Nish the new baddie in walford. So glad Suki revealed the truth!”Elsewhere Nish send Vinny into a panic when he questions where Suki is and leaves Stacey stunned at his arrival.When Kheerat finally speaks to Vinny, he is stunned to hear his father is back but informs him that Nish can’t see Suki before she leaves for India.After the call, Kheerat insists Suki goes to Mumbai, avoiding mention of Nish.
Jeff Bezos set to drop to third place on world's richest list as Gautam Adani closes in
Jeff Bezos is about to lose his place as the world's second richest man.Bezos, who founded online shopping website Amazon, currently sits behind Telsa creator Elon Musk on the list, with a fortune of £140billion, compared to Musk's £250b.But there's a new player on the block, just £3b behind Bezos.READ MORE: Inside ‘world’s biggest’ supercar graveyard where rich drivers dump £170k cars in desertHautam Adani, who managed to double his entire fortune in 2021, is the chairman and founder of the Adani Group, which trades in oil and gas, food processing, mining and more.Born in Ahmedabad, India, the 60-year-old founded his company in 1985 as an importer of polymers, but quickly expanded into trading of metals, textiles and more.Adani also has a 74% stake in Mumbai International Airport – the second busiest in the world after Delhi – and became Asia's richest person in February, beating fellow industrialist Mukesh Ambani.Despite his massive wealth, he has also created the Adani Foundation in 1996.Through the charity, he was able to donate around £10million to India's Covid relief fund, and bought around 90 metric tones of liquid medical oxygen from Saudi Arabia to help hospitals in need at the time.Despite being his place on the wealthy list potentially in danger of taking a hit, Jeff Bezos actually made money during the Covid pandemic.To get more stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here.It was reported that his wealthy grew by around £20 billion – mainly due to everyone around the world being stuck inside with nothing but online shopping to do.His record profit came in 2004, when it rose a whopping 104% from £2.5b to £5.1b.It also rose 61.6% from 2016 to 2017, too,