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  1. People say, “If you've got it, flaunt it” but how many of us can actually implement it in our lives? Well, Jeff Bezos does and when he does it, the whole world stops just to get a glance of him. And that's exactly what happened at the MARS 2018 conference when took his 'new dog' out for a walk. What's so special about Jeff Bezos walking his dog? I walk my dog every day, but no one gives two hoots about it. There can be two reasons for this – first, he is the world's richest man and second, your dog comes nowhere close to Bezos' SpotMini, a dog-like robot. The pet robot dog, SpotMini, was created by Boston Dynamics. Reuters If you ever want to measure success and how filthy rich one can be, don't look at Jordon Belfort from 'Wolf of The Wall Street', who slept on a pile of cash. Look at Jeff Bezos, who got a robot to be his pet dog. A dog who doesn't throw tantrums or wants you to cuddle them all day long, but opens doors like a pro. Internet literally lost its shit when the Amazon founder stepped out with his pet robot. And we can't help but compare this particular moment to Akshay Kumar and his pet dog from 'Entertainment'. The only difference is that in the movie the dog was worth a million dollars, but in real life the owner Jeff Bezos is worth billions of dollars. This is the kickass picture, we and in fact the whole world, is talking about. Taking my new dog for a walk at the #MARS2018 conference. #BostonDynamics pic.twitter.com/vE6CXrvV3o — Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) March 19, 2018 The four-legged robot can already open doors, handle objects and climb stairs; and its creator expects it to operate in offices, homes and outdoors. Twitter being Twitter, within no time started giving their two cents on the robot dog. In a parallel robot world the tweet would be “taking the richest man in the world for a walk”. — Gokul Dinesh (@meGDinesh) March 19, 2018 This is two weeks after Alexa laughed maniacally. Why do I find this unsettling? — Casey Williams (@SciFiClimateGuy) March 19, 2018 I don't care if they eventually kill us all if it can get me same day delivery tbh — Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) March 19, 2018 I'd be down with having my packages delivered by a fleet of robot dogs. — Brandy Donaghy (@Scatterbrandy) March 19, 2018 It doesn't look like it wants ear scratches or nose boops, Jeff. 2/10 would not pet cc @dog_rates — Caroline McCarthy (@caro) March 19, 2018 While we are still living in 2018, Jeff Bezos seems to living in 3018 and here we are eating what we earn…PEANUTS.
  2. Former PM Nawaz Sharif. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that if "they" want to conduct his accountability then it should start from 1937, "when God started blessing us", adding that, "they are just after my father?s business". Nawaz was interacting with reporters inside the accountability court hearing the London flats case against him and his family. The former premier questioned why new corruption references were filed when nothing came up in the old references, adding that, "there?s nothing in our case but even then something is being dug up". "Rental power and NICL are cases where corruption was proved," he said, referring to the scams in the previous government of the Pakistan Peoples Party. "These new references are like a Dilip Kumar film," he quipped, referring to the famous Bollywood actor. 'You accused us, now prove it' Maryam Nawaz. Photo: File Adding to her father, Maryam Nawaz said all the documents presented in court have been submitted by them. "There?s no life in the case," she said, adding that, "first they said the flats our mine, then said they are Nawaz?s". She stated that "they ask us how we got all these assets...you have blamed us of corruption, you should prove it too". Taking a jibe at Nawaz's political arch-rival Imran Khan, Maryam said, "he accepted ownership of his offshore company but was told 'no, you have done no wrong. She added that even when Imran submitted false documents, it was said that, "no even this is fine". She was likely referring to the acquittal of Imran in the offshore companies case by the Supreme Court last year and the recent incident wherein it was alleged that Imran's Bani Gala estate was built illegally and he had submitted the falsified documents to the Supreme Court.
  3. Your pair of shorts may be the undisputed kings of Sunday summer dressing, but it's their length that makes them 'shorts'. But that's just us — men of earth, who care about appropriate lengths and with the knowledge that thighs aren't entities of public display. And unless you're down for a dip in the pool (for which swimming shorts exist); don't allow your pair of shorts to be wardrobe let-downs. Saif Ali Khan on the other hand, comes from a completely bizarre school of thought. He's a royal lad, after all; who dresses to impress beautiful Kapoors (later marries them) and post the knot, subjects them to supremely-short apparel sights. Let's take a step back from the beating-around-the-bush situation for now, for really, Khan's shorts don't need a description here: © Viral Bhayani One thing's for sure, the actor's undeniably a ballsy guy. From his choices at the movies, scripts he produces to his absolute dad-like gear — he's an epiphany of cult laid-back dressing. Having said that, he cleans up quite well too. But that's besides the point, let's look at another image reference for now: © Viral Bhayani And, take another one: © Viral Bhayani Though, it goes without saying: to each his own, it's hardly a world-accepted thought. There are conventions involved in every global process and rules to take you from A to Z. While what route you take is your sartorial decision, you can't go the wrong way. For a fact-check, your pair of shorts must end maybe an inch or two above your knee caps and that's the only way they can look sane. © Viral Bhayani Clearly, if there's anything in the world that excites Saif Ali Khan, it's his sharp-toed brown dress shoes and his A&F shorts, that have always been a little too short in life. And whether he must continue wearing them or stop, is an answer we're hoping is not in his hands.
  4. There's hardly anything known about Ranveer Singh. Besides, that he's a complete baller, dresses bonkers and has acting chops up his damn veins. He's as crazy as crazy gets. And we're all for his nutty antics in life, no matter how controversial or insane they may be. So, since we follow the guy's menswear nuances daily, we've decided to help him out a bit. While staring into the souls of the best of menswear at Amazon India Fashion Week A/W'18, it hardly struck us, that there's a possibility that Ranveer Singh could be eyeing a few outfits. Outfits, that for obvious reasons, aren't anywhere close to being ordinary or are headed towards the conventional route. Yet, are absolutely wearable and are some of the best ensembles we saw this season. Here are 10 looks we suggest Ranveer buys/sources/steals right away: 1. Ranveer may be pulling off alien stunts, but he too, needs Sunday-in-bed wear in his life. Or, the perfect gear for a lay by the pool. He's human too, after all. Thanks to Shivan and Narresh nevertheless, this aspect of his lifestyle is all figured out. © FDCI 2. As a carry-forward from his condom-like outfit, in all probability, Ranveer's now looking at a groundbreaking repeat. But while that outfit was terrific, it was a little comical too. In 2018, we'd suggest him against it. He rather go for Abhishek's all-white arctic suit instead, that's a far cry from anything funny (in fact, it looks incredible) and yet, is sure to make every head turn. A double whammy? © FDCI 3. Besides model Neha Kapur's return to the ramp after years, Siddartha Tytler's show was a riot of surprises anyway. Like this outfit here, featuring a backpack-overdose, flappy bottom-half and signature Tytler-visuals in checks and pinstripes. Plus, combat boots to pair with. If this isn't peak-Ranveer Singh, what is? © FDCI 4. 'Error' by Sahil Aneja besides being the designer's most diverse collection yet, was also a glorification of what terrific styling can do to a runway line-up. From the shirts, knits, trousers and Valentine's Day coats — each and every separate exuded a life of their own. Each of them as being absolute must-haves for Ranveer Singh. © FDCI 5. Much like the showstopper at Pawan Sachdeva — Kartik Aaryan, we're all for kimono jackets for men. But while most guys in the country don't own one yet, it's time they do. Besides being supremely comfortable, flattering for almost every body type and appearing eased-out; they're jackets with an edge above the rest. Sounds like Ranveer's style slogan, is it? © FDCI 6. Asymmetrical in it's very core, this ensemble from Kommal and Ratul Sood's A/W'18 showcase is some major contemporary-Indian #Inspo for Ranveer Singh. And since Singh has worn something similar in the recent past, we're sure he'd trade his kidneys for this. Or his Marshall speakers maybe? © FDCI 7. Care to differ, but there's a lot of minimalism involved in Ranveer's maximal-dressing theories, much like Abraham and Thakore's showcase this season; that brought about the aspect of print-on-print balance on the pedestal. So clearly, this looks like something Singh would pick for a casual evening 'do. Casual. © FDCI 8. Let's admit, a classic dinner outfit is crucial for a man. And especially when you're a celebrity (and are dating another one), going for dinners with her or fellow A-listers is almost like your way of life. But since Ranveer's idea of 'classic' is different from the rest, this is what he'd turn to for his next 5-star outing (or a diner to represent a brand). © FDCI 9. Having said that, there's nothing replacing a checked suit in your closet either. Much like a solid black two-piece, checked suits solve almost every sartorial problem in a man's life. And, just throw in Dhruv Vaish's penchant for playing with necklines this season, this version of a checked suit seems quite appropriate for Singh. Perfect, in fact. © FDCI 10. However, this list couldn't have been complete without a simple, everyday casual outfit for Ranveer. That's miles away from anything extraordinary and yet, exudes a lot of personality of it's own. Clearly, the Tom Tailor show at AIFW A/W'18 had a sight to cop for Singh. © FDCI
  5. You might be surprised that in the 19th century, being fat was cool. In fact, a man with a big belly was considered ideal as a husband because of his ability to provide food for himself and his wife. Don't you just wish we went back to the days when women used to dig beer bellies instead of six pack abs? Most gyms would shut down in a month and would be replaced with beer waterholes. © YouTube Modern societal view has taught us to look at fat in a very negative manner. People are being body shamed for being fat. Everyone nowadays seems to have this crazy obsession about reaching single digit body fat percentage. It's become so bad that people seem to want to ditch fat like it's their crazy ex wielding a hammer! Is Body Fat Really That Bad? And More Importantly, What Is Fat? In layman terms, body fat is the amount of fat in your body, compared to everything else which includes your organs, muscles, bones, tendons, water, and so on. Technically speaking, body fat is adipose tissue. Its main role is to store energy in the form of lipids, although it also cushions and insulates the body. Fat's main role is to work as an energy store. Around ½ kg of fat contains roughly 3,500 calories of stored energy. Assume that you use your 100% fat as fuel (which you don't), this is enough energy for a 70 kg person to walk roughly 55 kilometers before using that energy. Even at an extremely low 2 kgs of body fat, you'll still have around 15,000 calories of stored energy which can give you energy for 250 kms of straight walking. Morbidly obese people have upwards of 20-40 kgs of stored fat. That accounts for around 175,000-350,000 calories of stored energy which can keep them going for several months before they fully deplete their fat storage. There have been cases of some very obese individuals who have fasted for up to a year without problems. Excess Fat And Associated Problems © Wikimedia Most people think body fat is bad and want to get rid of it. They usually focus on the negative aspects of excess body fat (obesity) which is true to a certain degree. Excess fat is associated with a number of health consequences, most of them very bad. From insulin resistance to the maintenance of a low-level chronic inflammation, staying fat in the long-term is generally not healthy. But this is an oversimplification and generalization, while too much body fat is not good for your health, having too little body fat can be just as bad. What Body Fat Is Necessary For Body fat acts as a physical cushion for your internal organs. It also acts as insulation, keeping you warm when it gets cold. Also fat cells play a critical role in immune and inflammatory responses. People who diet to extremely lean levels frequently report getting sick more, feeling more inflammation. While this may not be the cause but it certainly is correlated. This means that all of the functions of fat aren't bad for the body. Fat exists for a reason, even if most of us are carrying more of it than we need or want. So, now that you've understood body fat and its functions, are you still looking for ways to reduce it? Here, read these pieces. Nav Dhillon is an online coach with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company that helps people with fitness goals right from losing weight to competing in bodybuilding shows. Nav is an avid bodybuilding enthusiast and heads the NABBA (National amateur bodybuilders association) as a General Secretary. This innate passion and position has helped him work with a lot of bodybuilders to help them take their physique at the next level. He also has a lovely pet called Buster whom he enjoys playing with in his free time. You can reach Nav on nav.dhillon@getsetgo.fitness to take your fitness and physique to the next level.
  6. You know you're an adult, a working adult to be precise, when you think about your office commute on a Sunday evening, instead of planning a dinner with friends. We know the struggle of braving that Monday morning traffic and reaching office in a condition that literally shouts “I am having a rough day, do not talk to me right now.” And one companion who always stayed with us throughout the time was our Ola or Uber ride we called for. In the scorching heat when the autowalas threw shade on us and charged double for half the distances, Ola and Uber came to our rescue. When metros doubled our travel time or was too crowded, cabs came as a respite to most of us. When you partied till late and there was no other mode of travel, cabs took the responsibility of dropping us home. Reuters But soon, starting midnight today actually, this luxury will be taken away from us because the drivers of Ola and Uber have threatened to go on an indefinite strike in major cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Pune to name a few. So chances are that you might not find many (or any) cabs tomorrow. And the man spearheading this strike is Sanjay Naik of Maharashtra Navnirman Vahutak Sena. According to a report published in The Times of India, Naik said, “Ola and Uber had given big assurances to the drivers, but today they are unable to cover their costs. They have invested Rs. 5-7 lakh, and were expecting to make Rs. 1.5 lakh a month, but are unable to even make half of this, owing to the mismanagement by these companies.” Reuters Naik further alleged that preference or priority is given to the company-owned cars first and not to the driver-owned vehicles. Naik added, “We have got support from various unions of Ola and Uber across the country and in Mumbai alone the affect will be that around 60,000 cabs will be off road.” Naik further listed out the demands of drivers, “Our demands are simple -- that the government should address our concerns and at least meet us. We have written several letters to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, transport department, transport minister but none have met us to hear our demands.” Reuters Naik also said, “The main demands of the unions are that Ola and Uber should ensure business worth Rs 1.25 lakh as assured by them in the beginning, shut operations of company-owned cabs, reinstate blacklisted drivers who have been given low ratings by passengers, decide fares as per cost of vehicles and stop low fare booking.” Reportedly, the drivers in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Gurgaon and other cities, will shut their devices from 8 AM and protest outside the offices of Ola and Uber. We guess, it's time to rekindle our bitter-sweet relationship with the autowalas. (All images are for representation)
  7. Bollywood is minting millions with every huge movie they produce and the hefty pay package of the lead actors is pretty much proof of it. If you always thought how much your favourite actress earned per film, then let us break it to you tha it's perhaps more than what you might earn in 10 years of working. If you always thought that the women in Bollywood are extremely underpaid compared to their male co-stars, then you got to read this list. We agree that there's still a huge disparity, but it's good to know that they are not way behind. Deepika Padukone (c) Twitter Carving her own path, Deepika Padukone is the sheer example of making it big on her own and today, she is one of the highest paid entertainers in the industry. She earns around Rs 12-14 crore per movie. Kangana Ranaut (c) Twitter Love her or hate her, but you can't stop yourself from admiring her sheer acting talent. The actress earns almost the same as Deepika, which is Rs 11-12 crore. Priyanka Chopra (c) Twitter Making it to the third spot on the list, PeeCee is surely making India proud and how! She not just rules Bollywood but also has Hollywood in her kitty. The desi girl charges Rs 10-12 crore per film. But if reports are to be believed, she charged Rs 1 crore for every minute at a performance in Mumbai. Kareena Kapoor Khan (c) Twitter Loved by millions, Bebo is the ultimate heartthrob. Coming from the Kapoor khandaan, Kareena Kapoor has her share of hits and flops in the list. Actresses come and go, but she has strived and survived. She charges a bit less than PeeCee, which is Rs 9-10 crores per movie. Anushka Sharma (c) Twitter This beautiful actress is as perfect as anyone can get. She ain't just a pretty face but an exceptional artist as well. She is an actor, a producer and we bet there are many more roles that she will keep adding to her kitty. Anushka charges Rs 8 crores per film. Alia Bhatt (c) Twitter She is the millennial star-icon and no one in the present gen of actors can compete with her. Alia is multi-talented and she's so versatile that she never fails to impress you. The actress charges Rs 7 crores per film, making her the highest paid one in her generation. Vidya Balan (c) Twitter It began with 'Parineeta', then 'Dirty Picture' and then 'Tumhari Sulu'; Vidya Balan has her way to charm you with her incredible performance. She charges Rs 6-7 crore per film. Katrina Kaif (c) Twitter The leading lady charges almost the same amount as Vidya Balan, which is Rs 6-7 crore. With time Katrina has evolved as an actress and we have just started seeing her deliver some of her best performances. Shraddha Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, and Parineeti Chopra (c) Twitter All these three actresses have had done some great work. Sonakshi started her career with Salman Khan while Parineeti Chopra was introduced by YRF. Shraddha on the other hand didn't have a great start but finally all the three have made their place in the industry and they charge around Rs 4-5 crore per film. Kriti Sanon, Disha Patani And Vaani Kapoor (c) Twitter Coming from a non-filmy background, Vaani, Disha and Kriti have made a huge fan following within a very short time. With just a film or two to their credit, these three charge an amount of Rs 1-1.5 crore per movie.
  8. Norway is blessed with some of the most stunning locations in the world. With the beautiful Northern Lights adorning its clear night sky and snowy peaks, the place could very well be a secret fantasy land from our childhood stories. With cliffs overlooking crystal clear blue waters set against a starry sky, Norway is home to a variety of natural wonders. Its untouched landscapes covered with greens and whites are enough to take our breath away. Scenes so naturally perfect you'd fear spoiling it with your human touch. Here are a few pictures of the stunning Norwegian night sky that will make you yearn to visit the place right away. 1. The fishing village of Reine is one of the most beautiful places in Norway © Thinkstock Photos_Nitrogliserin_Reine 2. Leaving on my snowmobile to chill under the Northern Lights in the sleepy town of Longyearbyen. © Thinkstock Photos_BublikPolina 3. As dusk sets over the glitter of the day. Location: Mount Floyen in Bergen © Wikimedia Commons Mount Floyen - Bergen 4. One of the best roads to drive on in the world, the Atlantic Ocean Road looks like a passage straight to heaven © Thinkstock Photos_Lukas Bischoff 5. Miles to go before I sleep © Twitter_trendtenreviews 6. The moonlight, the snowy silence, a wooden cabin and a lover's warm touch – could there be anything better? © Thinkstock Photos_francescadani 7. Could live here forever. © Pexels_Stefan Stefancik 8. Another breathtaking view of a city's glittery lights against the backdrop of a calm ocean. This is the beautiful port town of Aalesund. © Wikimedia Commons_Aalesund 9. Come let's sail away, and catch the wind again. © Thinkstock Photos_RainbowJoe_Fjords 10. Fifteen feet of pure white © norwegian wintermoon Reddit 11. I'm leaving on a jet plane © Thinkstock Photos_Hallestrandsfoto_Alesund 12. If we could ever build a house somewhere, this would be it. © Reine Youtube_MrBangthamai 13. Have you seen the moon today? © Thinkstock Photos_nightman1965_Stavenger 14. I'll see you on the dark side of the moon © Pixabay If only I could have a wooden cabin in the country. What's your dream destination? Tell us in the comments section below!
  9. We all go through a little trouble organizing our lives, don't we? In the daily hustle and bustle of modern life, we do really need some help when it comes to managing our daily affairs. All of these applications are focused on getting things done. Classic productivity. There are new apps that crop up every day, adding more and more depth to the app category. Some of the apps are incredibly plain and simple, while others are more robust and offer more features than you can shake a stick at. 1. TickTick: Things and Task To Do © Appest Limited TickTick is a powerful to-do & task management app with seamless cloud synchronization across all your devices. Adding new to-dos is as easy as typing them, and you can set deadlines and set custom reminders for specific times of the day. You can set the to-do to recur every day, week, month, or year, complete with specific repeat days, so you can have a daily to-do repeat every five days, for example. You can even set when the to-do should stop recurring. It is also available for Windows, MacOS, and Android. Download from App Store 2. WeDo: Your Second Brain © Onus Inc. The app can be used to track individual tasks, tasks that require your regular attention, as well as tasks you set for yourself to change your lifestyle. The app also supports subtasks. More impressively, it also packs task sharing and chat features. You can create 'Tribes', which is the app's way of denoting groups of your co-workers, or members of your family, with whom you'd like to share tasks. Everyone in the Tribe can use the inbuilt chat feature, to follow up with each other, if needed. WeDo is also available for Windows, MacOS, and Android. Download from App Store 3. Notion © Notion It is an editor that blends real-time documents, wiki-like organization, and lightweight tasks into a single tool that can handle pretty much all of your knowledge and collaboration needs. It is a perfect blend of Trello + Paper + Evernote. The best part is, the data can be synced across Windows, MacOS, and Desktop. Download from App Store 4. Microsoft To-Do © Microsoft One of the big draws of Microsoft To-Do is the “My Day” feature, which encourages users to focus on daily tasks by offering a fresh list every day. The app is connected to Office 365 and will offer built-in integration with Outlook along with other Office apps farther down the line. An intelligent suggestions feature is also integrated to recommend tasks for each new day based on upcoming items or old entries. Lists can also be assigned emoji to easily tell them apart, and of course, will sync across whatever devices you're using To-Do on. Download from App Store 5. 1Password: © 1Password Remembering and searching for passwords is a huge time waster. A lot of people use one password for every site they visit, only to discover that it's unsafe. 1Password is like a safe for your passwords. It keeps a record of which password you've created for each site you visit. It will recall your password for each respective site without the hassle of you trying to remember it or having to write it down. Download from App Store 6. Strides: © Goals LLC As far as habit-forming apps go, Strides is by far my favourite. It's a highly motivational app that allows you to create habits and then tracks them for you. The reason I love it so much is because it gives you statistics on how well you've done. If there's a particular set of habits you want to make a part of your life, get Strides right now. Download from App Store
  10. LAHORE: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Saturday said that 'failed forces' have kept up their efforts to create hurdles in the democratic process. While addressing the media in Lahore, the minister said that the fate of democracy lies with the nation of 200 million people. "The people cannot be fooled anymore," he said. "Even in 2013, just before the elections, slogans such as 'first accountability, then elections' and 'first state then elections' were raised but I fail to understand why these slogans surface right before the elections." The federal minister further said that so many games had been played in Pakistan that people had lost faith in some forces. Discussing the security situation in the country, Iqbal observed that the PML-N led government had curbed terrorism during the course of its rule. "We curbed terrorism during the tenure of our rule. People are trying to get tickets of Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Karachi ? a city where extortion chits were a norm till some time back," he told the journalists. The interior minister also spoke about the government's resolve to achieve its target to become one of the world's top 25 economies by 2025. "We have changed the direction of the country in the past five years and we will achieve our target to become one of the world's 25 economies by 2025," said Iqbal.
  11. Photo: Online Deputy Medical Superintendent of Abbasi Shaheed Hospital in Karachi has raised a serious issue ?affecting the growth of children?. Dr Noman Nasir has started a campaign highlighting the hazards of lifting heavy schoolbags ? an important issue which is seldom raised. In a bid to ?educate schools to reduce the weight of baggage carried by students,? Dr Nisar told Geo News he has written letters to the Sindh secretary education and principals of all schools in Karachi. ?Being a doctor I want to point out a very sensitive and important issue regarding lifting of overweight (school bags) by majority of government and private schools,? he said in the letter. A copy of the letter The deputy medical superintendent of Abbasi Shaheed Hospital noted the health issues caused by heavy schoolbags. ?I observed in my routine practice that most of the children came to me complaining of stiff neck, shoulder pain and backache which may lead to server lumbago,? he said. ?Thirty to 35% of growing children between the ages of five to 13 are suffering from severe backaches due to heavy lifting,? he told Geo News. Directly affecting their bone growth Dr Nisar requesting that measures be taken to decrease baggage weight of students. ?I request you to take serious concern on this issue and take all possible measures and manage a system so that children have to carry only specific books needed as per daily time table,? he added. The deputy medical superintendent suggested that weight of school bags can be reduced by assigning less homework, arranging lockers and ensuring that children leave behind heavy books in the school. He also hoped measures will be taken on a government level.
  12. Gone are the days when a wedding was only about rituals, rites and families getting together. Thanks to our obsession with everything 'luxe', the task of making a wedding successful takes a lot of hard work. From designer clothes to now viral dance videos, the Indian wedding scene has drastically changed. One such video that has gone insanely viral is that of a bride who is doing 'Bhangra' and showing some exotic belly dance moves on a Punjabi track. However, there is something different. Tag a cool bride to be!! You must have seen brides dancing BUT NOT LIKE HERRR! She has trained in classical dance for 16 years! Check out Rashika killing it on her wedding day dancing on one of my favorite numbers #kadar by @mankirtaulakh ðð¼ #YouHadMeAtYadav #DesignAqua #mankirtaulakh Photography ð¸ - @design_aqua_studio For bookings ð¸ - mail@designaqua.in • 09891234559 #weddingphotographer #weddingphotography #weddingday #coolbrides #bride A post shared by Priyanka Kamboj Chopra (@design_aqua_studio) on Mar 12, 2018 at 10:17am PDT The days of a shy bride are over my friend. Today, our brides have a lot of 'swag', and they wear a lot of confidence with that heavy bridal outfit. If you are wondering what is that song in the video, then allow us to help you add this cool Punjabi track to your list: There is another video of her doing a cool dab on an English track: And she's back this time with an English number setting major bride goals!! @rashikay you are killing it! If you haven't seen her 1st video, scroll down & watch noww!! Video ð¥- @design_aqua_studio For bookings ð¸ - mail@designaqua.in • 09891234559 @ayo.and.teo @ayo.and.teo @ayo_and_teo_dancers @ayoandteo_official #DesignAqua #YouHadMeAtYadav #rolex #ayoandteo #dab #dabs #dabbing #dabstagram #dablife #weddingphotographer #weddingphotography #candidphotography #CandidPhotographer #coolbrides A post shared by Priyanka Kamboj Chopra (@design_aqua_studio) on Mar 16, 2018 at 5:16am PDT That is what you call having 'wakhra swag'!
  13. Bluetooth headphones, once a niche gadget aimed at the discerning collector, are now essential accessories that add to the convenience of streaming audio from mobile devices. The need for the best wireless Bluetooth headphones has gradually increased across all age groups of people. Wired headphones are good but Bluetooth headphones are manageable in rush. With a Bluetooth headphone, you don't have to deal with wire and also it looks classy to carry a wireless headphone. Also, the future is wireless. While wireless charging isn't a very mature option yet, wireless headphones have been here for quite some time now and the recent omission of the headphone jack on major devices like the iPhone has left many of us with very limited options. So, let's take a look at the 5 best wireless headphones you can buy under Rs 5,000. 1. Skullcandy Uproar With Skullcandy S5URHW wireless headphone with mic, you can connect wirelessly to your device from up to 33 feet away. It has powerful bass and a long-lasting battery life of 10 hours. You can adjust volume or manage music on any Bluetooth enabled device with the OnBoard Mic/Remote. The Soft ear pads are wrapped in incredibly soft synthetic leather that gives comfortable listening. It looks very sleek and simple providing top-notch bass and long battery life at the same time. Buy it here 2. Jabra Move This pair of on-ears are also quite light, and hence, reasonably comfortable for long hours of listening. You also get wired playback if you happen to run out of charge. In terms of battery, the Jabra Move lasts for a little over 7 hours of playback time, and charges from null to full in just about one hour. Build quality is of high-quality plastic with a sturdy and sporty feel, giving it a premium look, with no frills making it worth flaunting. A cable for a wired connection is also provided with the pack. Buy it here 3. BoAt Rockerz 600 Featuring extra bass and being this cheap are added advantages and therefore, this pair is definitely a great deal worth grabbing today itself. Made for today's heavy-hitting bass lines and dropping beats, super extra bass technology delivers powerful, clear bass sound where it's hard to find in its class Bluetooth headphones. The battery of this wireless headphone with the mic can work up to 8 hours. The standby time is about 100 hours on one charge. Buy it here 4. JBL T450BT JBL T450BT on-ear Bluetooth headphones with mic are flat-folding, lightweight and comfortable. It has a deep and powerful bass. You can control music and calls from the earcup. This Bluetooth headphone with Mic can run up to 11 hours on a single charge. Music and call controls/microphone are located on the earcup. Buy it here 5. Philips SHB7000 If you are partial to bass in your music, then the SHB7000 does the trick. These headphones are capable of good noise isolation due to their circum-aural design. And like the Jabra Move, you can also use these with a cord when the battery runs out, but not to answer calls. The headphones are also compatible with Google Assistant or Siri and can be activated by pressing the earcan button. Buy it here 6. Zebronics Eternity Zebronic Eternity wireless Bluetooth headphone is new in the market with built-in media controls and 300mAh rechargeable battery. It has aluminium finish ear cap with extra soft cushion for prolonged utility. It has music controls with built-in microphone. Buy it here
  14. I have a very important question for everyone – why are you all so sad? No, it is not me who is saying that we're all sad, but the World Happiness Report which was recently released just ahead of the International Day of Happiness on March 20. The list basically combines economic, health and polling data compiled by economists that are averaged over three years from 2015 to 2017. According to the UN report, India comes in at 133 while considering the happiest countries, and just to give some more context, there were a total of 156 countries, so you know how unhappy we are! Since we are all so sad anyway, here is another nugget of information that should pile on our misery; India is also behind the majority of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) nations, apart from war-ravaged Afghanistan, that stood at 145. So basically, we're not as happy as Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Actually, there was a huge margin between India and Pakistan. Pakistan was at 75, Bhutan at 97, Nepal at 101, Bangladesh at 115 while Sri Lanka was ranked 116. But, on a happier note, Finland topped the list, and the reason behind that is access to nature, safety, childcare, good schools and free healthcare which were among the best things in their country. Well, that seems about right. Okay, but coming back to India, why are we sad? I can think of a lot of personal reason, but talking as a whole country, what's the problem? The report is from 2015-2017, so the biggest thing that has happened in this time period is obviously demonetization. Is it that? - Or, is it because our money now looks like monopoly money? - PM Modi's 'achhe din' was too much for us? - Is it because we had to endure so much Virushka? - Or, was it the realization that Taimur, a one-year-old kid, is more rich and famous than we'll ever be? The last thing I would like to say is that we should just follow the example of our favourite Prime Minister. Look how happy he is. I'm just feeling happier looking at him. Arent you?
  15. Stephen W. Hawking, the British theoretical physicist who overcame a devastating neurological disease to probe the greatest mysteries of the cosmos and become a globally celebrated symbol of the power of the human mind, died at his home in Cambridge. Unable to move a muscle, speechless but for a computer-synthesized voice, Dr Hawking had suffered since the age of 21 from a degenerative motor neuron disease similar to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease. Hawking became the face of science genius with his extraordinary contribution to the field. Here are his major contributions to science and why he is regarded to be Albert Einstein's legacy. 1. Unable to move a muscle, speechless but for a computer-synthesized voice, Dr Hawking had suffered since the age of 21 from a degenerative motor neuron disease similar to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease. Initially given two years to live, he found the strength to complete his doctorate and rise to the position of Lucasian professor of mathematics at the University of Cambridge. © Reuters 2. Hawking came to prominence in the early 1970s for work done in collaboration with mathematician Roger Penrose. They devised a revolutionary theory of gravity positing that if the universe obeys Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity and fits the standard model of physical cosmology, then it must have begun as an infinitesimally small point in the center of a black hole. In 1974, Hawking theorized that black holes emit radiation, a startling but now widely accepted conclusion that is central to modern theoretical physics. © Reuters 3. Hawking was such a fan of "The Simpsons" he allowed the animated Fox show to feature him during four separate appearances, and called it "the best thing on American television." Eddie Redmayne portrayed Hawking in 2014's "The Theory of Everything," which won Redmayne an acting Oscar. The film was adapted from "Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen," a memoir by Hawking's first wife, Jane. © GoodReads 4. “A Brief History of Time,” first published in 1988, earned him worldwide acclaim, selling at least 10 million copies in 40 languages and staying on the best-seller list for a record 237 weeks. Often referred to as “one of the most unread books of all time” for the hard-to-grasp concepts, it included only one equation: E = mc2 or the equivalence of mass and energy, deduced by Einstein from his theory of special relativity. The book outlined the basics of cosmology for the general reader. © White House Press 5. This comes as no surprise that the eminent scientist holds several accolades. Among others, Hawking holds 12 honorary degrees. He was awarded the Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1982. In 2009, he was honoured with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by then President Barack Obama. The scientist was also named a Fellow of The Royal Society. He kept cheating death (55 years to be precise). His ability to survive so long baffled medical experts, to the point where some doubted that he had received a correct diagnosis. But Hawking's mind was as intact as ever, and with the help of a computerized voice system controlled by a muscle in his cheek, he was able to continue his work. For all his remarkable fame and success, Hawking joked in 1993 that he had only one complaint: that his voice synthesizer didn't accurately reflect his British heritage.
  16. Potterheads unite. It's time to take your wands out, for the adventure we all have been waiting for is finally here. Yes, the first official trailer of Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes Of Grindelwald is here. Let's just say it's time to freak out. Before you do that, though, let's talk about 5 things to freak out about. 1. At the beginning of the trailer, we see ministry officials apparating inside Hogwarts. How are they doing it? You can't just apparate inside Hogwarts! Does that mean we'll get to uncover something we didn't know earlier? Source: Warner Bros. Pictures 2. Jude Law makes a handsome Dumbledore, but does he measure up? We kind of saw a young Dumbledore earlier in Voldemort's childhood, and that version is still haunting us. But you have to agree, Jude does have the charisma. Fingers crossed! Source: Warner Bros. Pictures 3. Our favourite Jacob Kowalski is back. Wait, what? YES! Source: Warner Bros. Pictures 4. Dumbledore entrusts Newt with the mammoth job of incarcerating Grindelwald. Does it remind you of something? Can you draw a parallel? A much older Dumbledore and a young Harry in Newt's place - except this time the bad guy was Voldemort. Wow. Source: Warner Bros. Pictures 5. Newt has a battle-buddy. Who is that? Source: Warner Bros. Pictures All we can say is WE CAN'T KEEP CALM! Check it out for yourself:
  17. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/53da9ea4442af8d1f75456d963e6beaa.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My8xMy8yMDE4IDE6NDc6NDYgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1Tb1B5bk9kM1YwZ1B6cStMSktzYnpRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: "Even in defeat we have won, and even with your victory you have lost," a charged Nawaz Sharif decried the opposition that allied against his party in the Senate elections to be nothing more than wind-up-toys that bowed in unison. Addressing the Central General Council meeting in Islamabad on Tuesday, the former prime minister asked, "Is this the new Pakistan?" Nawaz termed the coming together of parties - PPP and PTI - something the country has never witnessed before. He told a charged crowd, that the opposition leaders actions contradict their statements, calling on his supporters to make the upcoming general elections a referendum against his disqualification. After Nawaz formally announced his brother Shehbaz as the party's new president - a decision he said was taken due to circumstances beyond their control - the former prime minister said the PML-N manifesto would consist of only four words before he announced the battle cry demanding respect for the vote (vote ko izzat do) which echoed through the Islamabad Convention Centre. "You'll be respected if the vote is respected," asserted Nawaz. "When I look back, I don't understand why a premier with millions of votes was removed from office," he told a charged crowd of supporters, adding that the move sent the country into darkness. Nawaz claimed that the prime minister often complains to him that he [Nawaz] planned so many development projects that Abbasi gets tired of inaugurating them. He confessed that he does not wish to inaugurate development projects now as he, too, is only human. He was referring to the prime minister's offer of inaugurating projects which he worked on personally. The three-time premier recalled the dismal state of affairs when the PML-N took the reins of government in 2013. Hitting out at his chief political opponent Imran Khan, Nawaz said you failed to bring about your promised 'change'. He said they are not leaders but an embarrassment. Nawaz is and will remain our Quad: Shehnaz Addressing the meeting earlier, Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that Nawaz Sharif is, was and will remain the party's Quaid. Shehbaz Sharif 1 Shehbaz thanked Nawaz, his brother, for entrusting the important party position to him. "The world knows that injustice was served to our leader Nawaz," Shehbaz told the party workers, "but I believe he will get justice." The PML-N president also lashed out at political opponents, saying they have done nothing but make tall claims while the government actually delivered to the people. Earlier, Shehbaz was elected as the president of the PML-N. Shehbaz was elected as permanent president of the party, after being appointed the interim president, as no one else from the party contested for the post. The Punjab CM had submitted his nomination form to the party?s election commission earlier in the day. The convention was attended by senior party leaders, including Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. On February 27, the PML-N's Central Working Committee had elected Shehbaz as the interim president after he was nominated by Nawaz. PML-N appoints Nawaz Quaid for life, Shehbaz interim president The decisions were made at the PML-N central working committee meeting The committee had also elected Nawaz as lifetime Quaid of the party. The CWC meeting was held after Nawaz was disqualified as the PML-N president following the Supreme Court?s verdict in the Elections Act 2017 case. The apex court ruled that a person disqualified under Article 62 and 63 cannot serve as the head of a political party.
  18. Tiger Shroff is perhaps the most flexible actor in Bollywood. That flexibility has now extended to his wardrobe as well. He has been experimenting with his sartorial choices rather unabashedly of late. We just got another glimpse of that recently, when he wore what we think is probably the weirdest combination we have ever seen. Take a look and you'll know what we mean. © Viral Bhayani On a closer look, we have been able to decipher that he is, in fact, wearing a hoodie and a pair of ultra-loose pants. But just look at the silhouettes! Aren't they super weird? © Viral Bhayani The unusual black hoodie with the strange, asymmetric zipper detail can barely be recognized as a hoodie. Tiger is the ultimate proof of the saying that anything will look good on you if you have a killer physique. He is totally making it work. © Viral Bhayani His charcoal grey trousers, as weird as they too are, are going with his hoodie perfectly. They are ultra-loose and look super comfy. No wonder Tiger can leap as high as that wearing them. Functional clothing FTW! © Viral Bhayani Moral of the story? You can afford to be experimental if you have a rocking physique like Tiger Shroff. Also, he somehow is absolutely making it work - coordinating it all the way with that of his lady love. Kudos!
  19. Perennially, every guy uses a hair cleanser (or shampoo) in their life. It's a God-written rule that your strands need ample care, or in all honesty, a wash every two days. Because let's come clean: even with the most expensive (or spiffy) brands on our bodies, a dry scalp or non-hydrated mops will only drive you down the well. Maintaining your top-fur is imperative and something that every Indian man needs to give effs about. But there's a drill involved. You can't be shampooing every day, resulting in dry scalp and a quick pick-pocketing of the natural oils in your scalp. Plus, you need to use a hair conditioner, post. However crucial the hair wash maybe, instilling hydration back into your hair and replenishing lost nutrients is an important rule. ©Instagram/Varun Dhawan But what products are best for you? Especially, since there are endless options available at the drug store (and online), and making a choice could be hard. Sweat not, here are the 7 best shampoos for Indian hair: 1. DEPOT- The Male Tools and Co.'s Hydrating Shampoo ©Depot-The Male Tools and Co. Price: Rs. 950 Buy it here! 2. Clarins Men Total (Hair+Body) Shampoo ©Amazon India Price: Rs. 3,401 Buy it here! 3. Kama Ayurveda's Lavender Patchouli Hair Cleanser ©Amazon India Price: Rs. 595 Buy it here! 4. Kiehl's Body Fuel Energizing Hair & Body Cleanser for Men ©Kiehl's Price: Rs. 5,754 Buy it here! 5. Forest Essentials' Amla, Honey and Mulethi Hair Cleanser ©Amazon India Price: Rs. 1,175 Buy it here! 6. TIGI Bed Head B For Men Clean-Up Daily Shampoo ©Amazon India Price: Rs. 687 Buy it here! 7. L'Oreal Paris Professional Homme Fiber-Boost Shampoo ©Amazon India Price: Rs. 575 Buy it here!
  20. If there's one thing the entire world knows about our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it's the fact that he loves hugging his counterparts. We even celebrated 'Hug Day' this year by looking at and compiling pictures of him hugging other world leaders, because why not? Modi Ji likes broing it out with people and we have enough proof of the same. © Reuters Not that we needed another picture but since we have already got it, let's analyze it, shall we? For the first time ever, it isn't exactly the fact that Modi Ji is hugging someone that's making the news. It's who he is hugging and the recipient's expression on getting that hug. If you don't know it already, we are talking about the French President Emmanuel Macron, who is currently visiting India. © Reuters ICYMI, PM Modi received the French President at the airport with a warm hug and pictures were all over the internet. But there was one such specific picture that unfortunately (or actually fortunately) caught Twitter's attention. Look at it and you'll understand why: What a hug & what a shot! #MacronIndia #Modi pic.twitter.com/4agCanxUKf — Sahil Bhalla (@IMSahilBhalla) March 12, 2018 That smile though... It's kind of difficult to describe it in just one word. It's creepy, evil and just the kind of expression you know would be perfect for memes. And without waiting for long, Twitterati was at it with their Sherlock-esque skills, trying to decode his expression while giving us a plethora of new memes. 1. Say No To Udhaari Friend: Thanks bhai paise dene ke liye Marwadi Friend: *In mind* Interest ke sath wapas lunga pic.twitter.com/3aZemsuAXj — Akshay (@AkshayKatariyaa) March 11, 2018 2. Who Likes Cliffhangers Though? Season Finale cliffhanger ending shot. pic.twitter.com/CtWMRggPlI — Aisi Taisi Democracy (@AisiTaisiDemo) March 11, 2018 3. We Don't Need Another 'Twilight' Plot twist.... Macron will suddenly show his vampire teeth and bite the unsuspecting neck.. — HomosapienX (@fallenhero24) March 11, 2018 4. We All Have That One Friend. *Outside exam hall* Friend : bhai main fail Me *thinking 95/100 to pakke* : mai bhi bhai pic.twitter.com/eOAFLnv3N0 — Mojo (@Singhlicious) March 11, 2018 5. The Only Thing Better Than The Original Picture Scamsters #LalitModi #NiravModi and #VijayMallya bidding final goodbye before leaving India. pic.twitter.com/lVjUHmjhy0 — Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) March 11, 2018 6. How Do People Even Come Up With Such Things? Close enough? ð¤ pic.twitter.com/sPsLnTocTp — à¤à¤®à¤²à¥à¤¸à¤¸à¤¸-dun dun dun (@kamles_soluchan) March 11, 2018 7. Y U Do Dis Bro? Friend : phir Goa ka plan final hai na? Me *already cancelled in my head* : Haan bilkul bhai pic.twitter.com/KElfAhK7xF — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) March 11, 2018 8. Facebook Saving Our Ass Since Forever When you wish someone Happy Birthday and they think you remembered but you just saw it on Facebook and realised it was their birthday. pic.twitter.com/SqzEjGW75w — Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) March 11, 2018 9. Can't Even Deal With This Sold you some more Raphael jets. Bwahahahahah!! — Priyanka (@pryankaa) March 11, 2018 10. You'll Definitely Laugh More Than You Should. pic.twitter.com/0IYUa6wfpo — ð रमता à¤à¥à¤à¥ ð (@Brainy_Foam) March 11, 2018 While all these memes make 'complete sense' and have given us the meme of the month perhaps, we would genuinely like to know what was actually going through the French President's mind.
  21. Some movies entertain us while some make history, SS Rajamouli's 'Baahubali' was one of those films that shattered all the box office records while blowing our minds away at the same time. It not only entertained the Indian audience but managed to create a huge impact across the globe. It's been nearly a year since the magnum opus was released but it still manages to make headlines whenever possible. Well, as per the latest updates, Baahubali and Kattapa are set to be reunited soon and we are pretty excited about the same. © Arka mediaworks After all, Kattapa and Amrendra Baahubali's on-screen camaraderie was too good to be sidelined just like that and we totally loved them. If reports are to be believed, Kattapa is all set to get his own wax statue at the famous Madame Tussauds, London. He was one of the most well-written characters in the movies and Sathyaraj who donned that role, aced it gracefully with his amazing acting skills. Yeah, he is the same character that left us hanging with the question 'Why did Kattapa kill Baahubali' for two years. Baahubali already has his own statue at Madame Tussauds and Kattapa will soon join him there. Interestingly, Sathyaraj might be the first Tamil actor to be waxed at the iconic museum. © Arka mediaworks Sathyaraj indeed pulled that role in the most exceptional manner and even after a year, 'Baahubali' still easily grabs the limelight. The 'Baahubali' franchise was released in multiple languages and starred Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia and Ramya Krishnan.
  22. Loose trousers, but good trousers. Your gonads may be despising slim-fit apparel (girlfriends need space lol), but your skinny/muscular legs can't ignore them. And while the runway is glorifying oversized/relaxed fits right now, in case you're a 63-year-old movie star like Kamal Haasan, there's hardly a chance you're game for them. Much like the actor's recent #AirportStyle, you're probably all about slipping into a shirt with trousers and being at absolute ease. But 'loose is better' isn't a style slogan for famous men. After decades of measuring their fans across the globe, they better be aware of their responsibility: representing only the best version of everything. For example, of how to be a humble (and modest) movie star and dress like one, without appearing lousy. Haasan, every South Indian man's role model, is clearly here to fulfill his social responsibility! © Viral Bhayani In all honesty, these aren't the best-fitted trousers we've seen. Look at Sidharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan and you'd know what a great fit of trousers looks like. But let's leave this discussion for later. As of now, Kamal's trousers are appearing quite big to us, but in all the right ways, man. To be frank, this is a great blend of relaxed and slim-fit trousers we're seeing here. Something, that if given a chance, we'd be glad to wear all day, every day, you know? They'd neither hinder the movement of your legs, will look absolutely sane and won't drive you down a worst-dressed lane. Plus, if carefully looked at the bottom, Kamal has avoided bundles over his footwear as well. Bravo! © Viral Bhayani Broken down: 1. Kamal's trousers may be appearing loose, but not baggy at all. In fact, neither too skinny. They may be a little too relaxed, but we're hardly finding a mistake in them. That's the fit he was going for. 2. The seam lines are falling very clean and without the presence of any creases/wrinkles. 3. The trousers may not be ending right at the ankle, but at least there's no fabric bundle-up involved. 4. Visually, since the trousers are well-fitted around the crotch drawer as well, they won't be baggy on the rear either. © Viral Bhayani All thanks to Haasan, this is clearly the right way of wearing pants right now. Relaxed, but not pyjama-relaxed.
  23. An unbalanced demand and supply of tomatoes has sent the price of the vegetable spiralling down to less than one rupee per kilogramme. Photo: Geo News 1 An unbalanced demand and supply of tomatoes sent prices spiralling down to less than one rupee per kilogramme. In October last year, much to the anguish of the public, tomatoes were selling for Rs200 per kilogramme. Attempts of the farmers to profit from the rising prices miserably failed after an excess supply drastically pushed down the price. After cheaper imported Iranian tomatoes and new crops managed to bring down the prices, farmers were pushed to the losing side, with many cutting huge losses on their investments. "Buyers in the sabzi mandi [wholesale vegetable market] are not even ready to buy a kilogramme of tomatoes for a rupee," a farmer told Geo News. "We are not even able to cover the cost." "Buyers in the sabzi mandi [wholesale vegetable market] are not even ready to buy a kilogramme of tomatoes for a rupee," a farmer lamented. "We are not even able to cover the cost." The disappointed sellers said that they have been forced to feed their crop to the cattle. "We request the government to intervene the situation and fix the rates for tomatoes," a farmer told Geo News. In October last year, much to the anguish of the public, tomatoes were selling for Rs200 per kilogramme. Photo: Geo News The government has failed to control the unfavourable situation for the farmers, just like it had been unable to address the woes of buyers when the prices of the crop had surged up nearly 400% from their actual price.
  24. Android continues to have more loyal users than the ones using the iOS, a new report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) said on Friday. The report says that not only has Android loyalty been rising since early 2016, but it's currently the highest it has ever been. CIRP's survey concludes that 91 percent of Android users in the US stayed with the same platform, whereas 86 percent stayed with iOS. "The data was measured as the percentage of customers that remain with each operating system when activating a new phone over the twelve months ending December 2017," said Mike Levin, Partner, and Co-Founder of CIRP. (c) CIRP While Apple enjoyed record revenue in November due to growth in services such as Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, AppleCare, and App Store, much of Android's brand loyalty could be attributed to a customer's ability to switch to different styles of phones without having to leave the operating system. As TechCrunch highlights, the figure measures the percentage of US customers who stayed with their operating system when upgrading their phone in 2017. (c) Pexels The report is based on quarterly surveys with a sample of 500 subjects each. Android loyalty has hovered at 89 to 91 percent since January 2016, while iOS loyalty has been between 85 and 88 percent. iPhone owners were found to be more loyal than Android users in 2013 but the trend shifted the following year and Android has risen ever since. “We know Android has a larger base of users than iOS, and because of that larger base, the absolute number of users that switch to iOS from Android is as large or larger than the absolute number of users that switch to Android from iOS,” said Levin. “Looking at the absolute number of users in this way tends to support claims that iOS gains more former Android users, than Android does former iOS users.” Source: TechCrunch
  25. Men like Suniel Shetty (who're ageing in reverse) have started a style-revolution of sorts. Even at 56, the salt-and-pepper good looker is in no way dressing like he's close to that age or at least, fast approaching it. Think of every outfit he's worn, how he's paired them and you'd think that there's something wrong with your eyes. But that's in the past. Well, for now, he's not seeming to look back at all and is struggling to escape from the 20-something dressing. If his recent appearance is any indication, the actor's in the mood for iconic pieces of menswear right now and is a league away from the ballgame of dated, cliche clothing. © Viral Bhayani Here's the thing: this is an insane outfit we're seeing here. While there's nothing extraordinary or even remotely experimental about this — it's no droop either. Minimal effort and maximal impact have always been Shetty's forte. And over time, he's only gotten better and has now, turned to iconic pieces that can summarize our teenage years. Boys and men, Suniel Shetty too, is a part of the Canvas Shoes Club! © Viral Bhayani Now, there's a chance you'd say, "Converse shoes are dated, bro". Then let's inform you, few pieces of fashion can never go out of style, including a pair of easy-to-maintain and washable canvas shoes. Come dirty sneakers or crisp white kicks, canvas shoes won't see an exit. And well, Shetty's also paired the pair quite well — with a well-fitted knit and classic jeans. Which may be a little too wide-legged for some, but are completely age-appropriate for him. Much like Saif Ali Khan, looks like, Suniel Shetty too is into his own version of dad jeans. And since Shetty's son, Ahan is all about canvas footwear too, clearly — he's going to raid his dad's closet very soon. © Viral Bhayani All in all, if you're looking at easy dressing without the fear of judgment, we suggest you turn to this outfit here.