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  1. MUMBAI: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt returned to Indian cinema screens Friday in his first film since serving four years in prison for possessing weapons supplied by gangsters behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts. The star, 58, plays the role of a father who seeks revenge for the gang-rape of his daughter in action thriller "Bhoomi", directed by Omung Kumar. Dutt walked free from jail in 2016. He last appeared in a film in 2014 and promoters trailed Friday´s release with a poster on social media declaring: "The Beast is Back". "I´m very excited to see 'Bhoomi'. I'm sure it will be a big hit," said ardent fan Sandeep Bachche, who has a tattoo of Dutt's face inked on his left arm. The rickshaw driver has another tattoo referencing the title of one of Dutt's most famous film roles while the inside of his three-wheeler is covered in posters of the actor. "I have booked tickets to watch three consecutive shows on the first day," Bachche told AFP, admitting that he would be watching them alone. Dutt shot to fame in the mid-1980s in a string of action movies in which he performed his own stunts, earning him the nickname "Deadly Dutt". He is best known for playing a mobster with a heart of gold in the popular "Munna Bhai" series. Reviewers appeared lukewarm about "Bhoomi" but praised Dutt´s performance. "Watch Bhoomi for Dutt. He´s from that era of larger-than-life heroes who get you to whistle even when he is killing people," said a review in the Times of India. Dutt was convicted in 2006 of holding guns supplied by mafia bosses who orchestrated the 1993 bombings that killed 257 people. In March 2013, the Supreme Court upheld his conviction but cut his prison term to five years, sending Dutt back to jail to serve the remaining three-and-a half years of his sentence. He was granted several months of freedom at different times to work on unfinished Bollywood movies and his last film appearance came in science fiction hit "PK" three years ago. Dutt was released in February last year, eight months ahead of schedule for good behaviour. Activists claimed he was given special treatment because of his celebrity status. He has several films in the pipeline including "Munna Bhai 3", "Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3", "Malang" and "Torbaaz". A biopic is also being made on his troubled life, with Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor playing Dutt.
  2. KAMALIA: Pakistan Peoples Party Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari, responding to former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf's allegations against him, said if Musharraf is so brave he should return to the country. "He [Musharraf] should appear in front of the court," Zardari remarked while speaking to the media in Kamalia, a city in district Toba Tek Singh. Continuing his criticism of the former president, Zardari questioned why were clips of Musharraf in discos being circulated if he had gone to seek treatment for his backache. Zardari, reacting to allegations pertaining to Murtuza Bhutto?s murder, stated that Benazir had said that one Bhutto has been attacked and another is being targeted. "Politics of the past was based on levelling allegations against political opponents," Zardari added. Speaking over the issue, PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira remarked that ?we condemn and criticise false allegations levelled by Pervez Musharraf.? Kaira further added, ?Musharraf remembered his earlier allegations once we approached the courts.? On Thursday, Musharraf had Asif Ali Zardari for the murder of his wife and former premier Benazir Bhutto. Zardari behind Benazir, Murtaza Bhutto's murders: Musharraf Former president releases video message in response to Asif Zardari's 'allegations' In a video message, Musharraf, the former army chief, said he was sending out this message as Zardari had personally called him out by blaming him for Benazir's murder. Giving his ?reply?, Musharraf said he is especially addressing [Benazir and Zardari's children] Bilawal, Aseefa and Bakhtawar, as well as the Bhutto family and all Sindhis and Pakistanis who have been following "this murderer of Benazir". Zardari criticises Nawaz, Imran Zardari even criticised his political opponents; former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairperson Imran Khan. He remarked: "Nawaz does not know the art of governance. Nothing happens from building roads." Speaking about Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, who is being probed by National Accountability Bureau, he said that Dar has fled and left the country injured. Over the development in PTI-governed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Zardari said that "we can't see any progress in the province."
  3. Diego Costa?s messy split from Chelsea appeared to reach its conclusion on Thursday with the Premier League club saying they had agreed to sell the Spain striker back to Atletico Madrid. Costa, a key figure in Chelsea?s two titles in the last three seasons, has not featured for the club since the FA Cup final defeat against Arsenal in May. ?Chelsea Football Club has today agreed terms with Atletico Madrid for the transfer of Diego Costa,? a statement said. ?The transfer will be subject to the agreement of personal terms and a medical.? According to Spanish paper El Mundo, Atletico will pay 55 million euros (£48.55 million) for Costa, making him their record signing, surpassing the 40 million euros they paid Porto for Radamel Falcao in 2011. The 28-year-old Brazil-born forward joined Chelsea in 2014 and scored 52 goals in 89 league appearances. Costa finished as Chelsea?s top scorer for each of his three seasons in London, but while his contribution on the field was huge his time at Stamford Bridge has not always been harmonious. In his second season his sudden loss of form was a contributory factor in the poor start to the campaign which ended in the sacking of coach Jose Mourinho. After winning a second Premier League winners? medal last season he made clear his wish to rejoin Atletico during the summer after claiming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte had told him via text message that he was no longer required at the club. Rather than returning to London for pre-season training he opted to remain in Brazil, accusing Chelsea of treating him ?like a criminal? and asking for an unrealistic transfer fee. Problems arose at the start of the year when Costa was left out of the Chelsea side for an away match at Leicester City after reports of a training ground dispute with a fitness coach. At the time Costa seemed on the verge of signing a lucrative deal with Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian. He returned to the first team, however, and ended the season with 20 Premier League goals as Chelsea lifted the title. During the summer transfer window Chelsea signed a natural replacement in Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid. Costa will have to wait before pulling on the red and white striped shirt of Atletico as the European transfer window is closed and Atletico are banned from registering new players until 2018 after breaching FIFA rules. He will be eligible for selection from Jan. 2 when the Spanish transfer window opens and Atletico?s ban ends. Costa first joined Atletico in 2006 and following a string of loan spells established himself as a key part of Diego Simeone?s title winning side in 2013-14 before joining Chelsea in a deal worth 32 million pounds. Atletico are in the same Champions League group as Chelsea but their two clashes will both be before Costa is eligible to continue his career with the Spanish club.
  4. Who doesn't love travelling? All that we dream about is ticking off the next place from our travel bucket list and spent days enjoying some much-needed wanderlust. Sadly, booking holidays through travel agents or jaan pehchaan puts a big hole through our wallets. So we sit put and browse through our social feeds with envy as we watch our friends live our travel goals. We head to web portals to kill time by binge-watching shows or browse through e-commerce sites to shop for the latest trends on big discounts. But while we do all this, why do we always forget that the same can be done for holiday bookings too. All it takes is just a click! In their latest commercial for MakeMyTrip, Ranveer Singh is back as the boastful and social media savvy Laddoo who gets schooled by Alia Bhatt to switch from offline bookings to online. After all, till when will your mamaji give you a discount on your hotel booking with him? His mere 15% discount is hardly anything when you compare it to a one-night free stay available on MakeMyTrip. Yes, you read that right. Now you can get your first night at the hotel free on your first domestic hotel booking through the MakeMyTrip app. Paisal vasool, isn't it? What are you waiting for? Get online, skip your social media sites and head straight to MakeMyTrip to complete your holiday bookings asap!
  5. Italian motorcycling ace Valentino Rossi has returned to training just 18 days after suffering a double leg fracture, his Movistar Yahama team confirmed. Rossi underwent surgery in Ancona, in eastern Italy, on September 1, a day after a crash in training, discharging himself from hospital the following day. The 38-year-old rode his first couple of laps around the Misano circuit on Monday before the session was cut short by rain, his team said. "The evaluation of Rossi's physical condition was inconclusive," the team said with a decision expected midweek on whether the veteran will attempt to take part in this weekend's Aragon MotoGP. If Rossi cannot compete his place should be taken by Dutch Superbike rider Michael van der Mark. Rossi missed the San Marino Grand Prix but remains fourth in the standings, 42 points behind world champion Marc Marquez of Spain and Italy's Andrea Dovizioso with five rounds to go. Rossi won the Dutch MotoGP in Assen in June to reignite his dream of a 10th world title and is fighting to be fit for the final races of the season which finishes on November 12 in Valencia.
  6. It starts with a sly message in your inbox. It will be so sly you won't even see it till you see it. And you'll wonder how it got there. The thing with an ex is that they're sly; or hesitant—either of the two. But, either ways, they're trying to find their way back—into your phone messages and then, slowly into your life. © Pexels It's not something you'll see coming from a mile away. And more often than not, it happens when you're peaking in life. You've got a great job, looking like a million bucks and well, you either have enough attention from your desired romantic prospects, or you're with someone new and it's all going great. You're smiling again and you're genuinely happy. That's when it happens. BAM! It hits you like a door that was supposed to swing outwards but, changed its mind this one time. Damned door with loose hinges! And with that one wham across your face, you're left seeing stars for hours to come. That's what it's like when an ex tries to find their way back to you when you least—or don't—expect it, at all! And for a majority of the while, you're left trying to get your vision back again from all the blurriness it caused you. But, what do you do after? How do you deal with this? © Pexels You see, there's a reason why they're your ex. Sometimes, you may not be able to put a finger on it but, there's a reason why they're no longer in your life. And while it took you the longest time to get accustomed to that fact, now, that you are, you start to see reason. And so, you understand why this absolutely baffles you completely. I'll give you another example. An ex is like gum stuck to your shoe. It's annoying and sometimes, it just won't get off, no matter what; some of the disgusting stickiness remains long after it's removed. It can be exhausting and mentally taxing, at the very least. It brings back memories—good and bad—that you long forgot and locked away for better, or for worse. And how do you deal with it given that you're seeing someone else? How does it affect them? Or do you leave out this part conveniently? Will you succeed? Wouldn't it always be there somewhere, at the back of your head, while you're with them? © Pexels In your current predicament in your life, understand this. You are doing well. You are in a good place; better than where you were when you were with them; it doesn't matter if it felt right back then. The reason you are here today is because you were meant to be exactly where you are, with whom you are. The second you start doubting that is the second you start backtracking. You backtrack from all that you've been through; from how far you've come and all that you've overcame. You backtrack from who and what you were and who and what you can be. You backtrack from all the effort and hard work, all the hope and the belief. More importantly, you backtrack from the person who helped you see all that you are worth and all that you could be. You backtrack from potential and you slide back to the grey area of cluelessness. © Pexels Your ex represents a phase in your life—it could have been good; it could have been tumultuous and it could be somewhere in between. But, over and above all this, your ex also represents the things you overcame and promised yourself never to fall helpless to. Just thinking about them makes you feel a certain surreal way. There's a lot of ‘what if' and ‘could have'. And, more often than not, it's so easy to get caught up in the falsehood of those what-ifs and could-haves that we don't see the illusion that it really is. We don't see that it's not even a mirror that's reflecting anything back to us. All it is is a ruse. We fail to see it because our vision and our minds are marred by the memories of the past; although these, too have been tarnished and manipulated. Our mind has a way of working like that. © Pexels It becomes our prerogative to remember the difficulties, the improbabilities and the fact that walking away from that person was the best thing that happened in that phase of our lives. Because, at the end of the day, it pays to remember that if we were supposed to be with that person, we would be with them. Then, timing, situations and mistakes don't matter because there is no such thing as coincidence. Everything happens for a reason. Just like there's a reason why that person is your ex, there's a reason that your ex is attempting to get back into your life and it's not because its meant to be; but, to remind you that what you have is good; and what you walked away from was exactly what you needed to happen in your life. But, being able to distinguish between past memories and current predicaments and then, being able to hold ground is immensely tough a decision to make. I hope this helps a bit, though.
  7. The Mass-Monsters era brought in bodybuilders who were bigger than ever. Some loved them, while some straight up hated the freakish look. In 2016, the IFBB introduced the Classic Physique division in order to promote classic physiques like that of bodybuilders from the 70's. This category was built for people who loved the Arnold Era physiques- not freakish but pleasing. While the competitors are nowhere close to legends like Frank Zane, Lee Haney or Arnold Schwarzenegger, they are still better looking than the insane number of mass monsters out there. © Facebook/Chris Bumstead In 2017, the Classic Physique competition at Mr.Olympia saw the rise of Chris Bumstead, a 22-year-old IFBB Pro. There was hardly any noise about this dude but he came in and snatched the 2nd place at his very first Mr. Olympia. The man's so well built that most talked about his as if he waso bringing back the golden era to modern bodybuilding. He placed 2nd in his first ever Mr. Olympia competition (Classic Physique Division) this past weekend, even surprising himself. To give you an idea about his scope of achievement: Ronnie Coleman placed 15th in his first Mr. Olympia. Chris started lifting weights at the age of 14 in order to enhance his sports performance but ultimately fell in love with the game of bodybuilding. He became one of the youngest IFBB Pro Bodybuilders by earning his Pro-Card at the age of only 21. Size, Density, and Symmetry- He Has It All © Facebook/Chris Bumstead Chris' physique displays an ideal combination of muscle mass and symmetry. Not a single body part is overly dominant and everything flows perfectly with each other. His muscle density and maturity are a class apart. It looks like he has been lifting for more than a decade. Resemblance With The 70s Bodybuilder Physiques © Facebook/Chris Bumstead If you are an admirer of the 70s style of bodybuilding, you can't deny the package Bumstead brings to the stage. Chris brought a well balanced physique on stage that comprised of hard muscle mass and classical conditioning. He's inspired by golden era legends and his approach to building a physique says just that. Boulder Shoulders and Quadzilla Legs © Facebook/Chris Bumstead Though every muscle group in his physique stands out, his 3D deltoids and thick legs are incredible. Veins and striations can be seen over his shoulders. And you can distinguish every quadricep muscle in his legs. Offseason And Competition Diet Caloric intake is the primary adjustment Chirs makes when it comes to his bulking or cutting diet. He eats mostly the same 6-7 meals per day, throughout the year. He consumes an astonishing 6000 calories per day during his bulking phase, where 5,000 calories come from lean meats, eggs, rice, potatoes and fruits, and he also adds some muffins and other snacks for the remaining 1000 calories. Favorite Exercises Chris has the old school ideology of; go heavy or go home. When he doesn't have enough time to train, he will hit the gym and do 3-4 heavy compound movements, targeting the majority of his muscles. His top 3 favorite exercises are incline bench press, barbell squats, and barbell rows. Achievements So Far © Facebook/Chris Bumstead 2015 CBBF Canadian National Bodybuilding Championship Men's Junior Division, 1st 2016 CBBF Bodybuilding Championships Open Heavyweight Division, 2nd 2016 IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championships, 1st (Pro Card) 2017 IFBB Mr. Olympia Classic Physique, 2nd Bodybuilding is probably the only game where you're bound to get better with age as muscle density and maturity increases. And considering Chris is only 22, he has a lot left in the tank and he is surely going to achieve greater heights in the world of bodybuilding. Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  8. Even though losing their hair as they get older is the worst nightmare for each and every guy, this new study argues that it might be a blessing in disguise. According to this new research, bald men are leading the way of attractiveness and apparently appear more confident and dominant to the opposite ***. © Twitter The study, which was conducted by The University of Pennsylvania, asked both male and female students to rate pictures of men. After giving them the pictures, they were asked to rate them based on three categories - attractiveness, confidence and dominance. And, all the bald men led the way, leaving everyone else behind. All the participants seemed to have favoured natural bald men, and those who had their scalps digitally enhanced to be bald for the study, as stronger than those with thick or thinning hair. And, that wasn't it; apparently, baldness also made the men appear taller. © Juan Manuel Serrano Arce The study said: “Namely, the men were viewed as nearly an inch taller and 13 per cent stronger when pictured with shaved heads versus with hair. “Because only their hair was altered in these photographs, other factors cannot account for these differences.” © NBC The main takeaway was the fact that sporting a shaved scalp was associated with dominance, meaning they will do better 'economically in negotiations'. “Choosing to dispense with one's hair is arguably a form of nonverbal behaviour, a form of expression which communicates information about the self otherwise difficult to observe,” the study says, suggesting that bald men might be more elusive. © Twitter But, since everything can't be so positive, the study also found that shaving a man's head makes him look four years older on average. But, the bottom line is that when it comes to *** appeal, the baldies have it. Larry David once said, ‘‘Anyone can be confident with a full head of hair. But a confident bald man—there's your diamond in the rough,'' and it is completely compatible with the study.
  9. Some of the best news that could reach our eyes and ears this weekend is that one of the greatest living electronic music legends in the world is going to be coming back to India towards the end of this year. We have one music festival to thank for this—Enchanted Valley Carnival 2017! And that's not all; but, do continue reading… I'm talking about Armin Van Buuren coming to India as the headlining act on the Electronic Family Stage, at EVC 2017 this December! I can feel your eyes literally pop out of their sockets and I get you. It's been a while since AVB made a visit to India and it's been long overdue. The Dutch DJ and music producer who has given the world 'A State of Trance', an online podcast that streams live dance music anthems and sets and is loved the world over for his ingenious tunes and mixes. Music Times He's the stuff legends are made of and to be present at one of his performances is an experience of its own. Luckily, fans of Buuren are about to get a good dose of trance music this December. Wikipedia Aside from Buuren, Bollywood's favourite playback singer and musician, Arijit Singh is making a second time come back at the festival, too this year, on popular demand. So, clearly, EVC has got something brewing for every festival goer who's headed to Aamby Valley City, in Lonavala, this December. This is going to be great and we can't wait!
  10. Zaheer Abbas LAHORE: Former president of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Zaheer Abbas has praised the role of the governing body in resumption of international cricket in Pakistan by sending the World XI to the cricket-starved country. "ICC has done a tremendous job by supplementing the efforts of the Pakistan Cricket Board in bringing back international cricket and its role will always be remembered in Pakistan cricket history," he told APP here on Thursday ahead of the third and last T20 international of the Independence Cup series. Zaheer Abbas, a former Pakistan captain and a batting great, said that without the all-out support of the ICC it would not have been possible to arrange the tour of World XI, which has opened the doors of international cricket in Pakistan. "Punjab government and our security agencies also played a paramount role in ensuring this elite cricket event by providing foolproof security to the foreign teams and officials," he said. "Dark nights of Pakistan cricket are finally over and a new era of cricket has begun in the country which is evident from the immense interest of crowd assembled during the first two T20 matches," he added. ICC spending more than $1 million on Independence Cup Amount is paid to internationally recognised security firms hired by the PCB for the series, says source "Both (PCB and the ICC) worked hard together in close coordination to address the issue of return of international cricket and similar efforts are needed in future as well to have such international events in the country on regular basis," he asserted. The ?Asian Bradman? pointed out that during his stint with the ICC, he also encouraged and supported the moves of the PCB for the resumption of international cricket in Pakistan. He said it was unfortunate that Pakistan was deprived of international cricket during the past nine years and its cricket arenas wore a deserted look and cricket suffered a lot. Abbas appreciated the efforts of newly elected PCB chairman Najam Sethi in taking constructive measures for making it possible that foreign teams agree to visit Pakistan. The former batting icon said that due to the PCB's persistent efforts, Sri Lanka and West Indies have also agreed to visit Pakistan in coming months, which will be making Pakistan cricket 'memorable' as watching three foreign teams playing quality cricket will have a greater impact on national cricket. "Cricket is a binding force and adds to national unity and brotherhood, it is the identity of Pakistan globally due to the country's excellence because of the team's success in World Cup years ago, and now in Champions Trophy," he said, adding "the resumption of international cricket will help in enhancing the confidence and experience of the players while playing in their own stadiums in front of lively crowds."
  11. LONDON: Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has very little left to prove. Yet at 77, he´s about to release his 19th solo album, filled with nostalgia about a glorious past that he has often sought to distance himself from. Starr teams up with former bandmate Paul McCartney in the album, entitled "Give More Love". Collaborations between the last two surviving members of the Beatles always generate media frenzy. This time was no different. When Starr posted a picture on Twitter of the two of them working together back in February, the news quickly spread. "When we´re together it´s good because we spent a lot of very intense time together, a lot of loving time together," he told AFP at a London hotel. "For me, he´s just an incredible human being, besides an incredible bass player," he added. The album features a blink and you´ll miss it moment referring to the "Fab Four". In "Don´t Pass Me By," Starr croons "I´d like to be under the sea" as the track slowly fades out. "That´s a homage to one of my songs called ´Octopus´s Garden´," he explained about the 1969 song in the famous "Abbey Road" album. "I thought it was an interesting thing to put those songs I´ve done before but with these young bands," he said. Starr has in the past tried to play down the Beatles, a band that only existed for eight years, but whose legacy has continually overshadowed the work they each produced post-split. Born in 1940, Starr was only 29 years old when the Fab Four broke up and has, therefore, spent most of his career as a solo artist. Nowadays, he seems to have made his peace with people forever wanting to know more about the Liverpudlian quartet. ´Not looking to retire´ Dressed in black jeans, bomber jacket, and rockstar black sunglasses, he looks remarkably youthful as he walks around bumping elbows with people in greetings and making his now famous peace and love "V" sign. A germophobe, he bumps elbows with people in greetings to avoid shaking hands. The reminiscing in "Give More Love" goes further still than his time in history´s top-selling pop group. "Electricity" references the Liverpool of his youth, and his Rory and the Hurricanes´ bandmate Johnny Guitar. "He played so great. I have great memories of his playing to this day and that was a long time ago," said Starr, who now spends most of his time in Beverly Hills in the United States. Having celebrated his 77th birthday in July, Starr could reasonably hang up the drum sticks. Instead, he´ll be doing eight shows in October at a Las vegas casino followed by a short US tour. "I´m not looking to retire, it doesn´t make sense for me," he said. "I can go as long as I can hold the sticks".
  12. Children risk long-term back and spinal problems because of poorly fitting and overloaded school backpacks, experts warn. Children often choose school bags that feature their favourite cartoon characters or brands over back-friendly versions. The Australian Physiotherapy Association found that up to 70 per cent of schoolchildren were at risk while walking or riding to school with backpacks that did not fit, or were too heavy, health news reported. The association claimed bad backpacks contributed to back, neck and shoulder pain in students; muscle strain and joint injuries, as well as making children tired. APA Queensland chairwoman Nicole Haynes said pain and fatigue were the biggest complaints in schoolchildren that could be associated with backpacks. "More than 50 per cent complain of pain associated with wearing a backpack and 60 per cent complain of fatigue," she said. Other problems heavy backpacks cause are lower back pain that can last into adulthood and posture issues. There have also been reports of children with hand and face injuries after tripping over or being hit by their bulging bags. Ms Haynes said back pain was usually caused by several factors, which made it difficult to only blame the backpacks. She said she had seen children as young as five in her clinic with back pain and her treatment included looking at their backpack. "It's hard to get those back packs that fit really little kids," she said. One Year 3 boy, who weighed just 22kg, was found to be carrying a school bag that weighed 3.25kg. This was well above the 10 per cent of a child's weight recommendation. That was on a day when he also had to lug his swimming and library bags. The problems faced by mums and dads, though, was getting their children to agree to a back-friendly bag and then getting them to wear it correctly. "The best backpacks are very plain and usually navy blue and maroon," Ms Haynes said.
  13. James Anderson surpasses India´s Ravindra Jadeja to reclaim top ranking LONDON: England seamer James Anderson has reclaimed his number one ranking in test matches after his career-best seven for 42 sealed a 2-1 series victory against West Indies on Saturday. The 35-year-old, who became the first English bowler, and only sixth ever, to reach 500 test wickets on Friday, moved above India´s Ravindra Jadeja. He is the oldest bowler to top the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings since Muttiah Muralitharan in 2009. Anderson took nine wickets in the series-deciding third test at Lord´s which England won by nine wickets. Ben Stokes, who produced a masterful spell of swing bowling to take six wickets in West Indies first innings before a vital 60 with the bat in a low-scoring game, replaced team mate Moeen Ali in fourth spot on the all-rounder´s rankings. Australia captain Steve Smith tops the batting rankings. West Indies batsman Shai Hope, the top scorer in the series including two superb hundreds at Headingley, moved up 11 spots in the batting rankings to 30th.
  14. The Indian cricket team continued its domination in the sub-continent following a ruthless outing in Sri Lanka. The visiting team whitewashed the Lankans 3-0 in the Tests and then backed it up with a 5-0 triumph in the ODIs. The Indian side didn't even allow the poor Lankans to win the one-off T20I as a consolation, instead they won that game to complete what officially turned out to be a historic 9-0 overall rout of their counterparts. Now, after such a convincing and comprehensive performance, you'd reckon the Indian players would have rightly earned a much-needed break, right? Wrong. There is no rest or break when you are a fitness freak like Virat Kohli. After decimating the Lankans in their own backyard, while his teammates were probably spending time with their family, Kohli was seen sweating it out during a training drill in the gym. For a man who believes rest days are nothing better than cheat days and training should never stop, Kohli shared a photo of himself where he was seen working out in the gym. Rest day is a cheat day, never stop working hard. ðªð pic.twitter.com/ARPzY8Js6n — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 8, 2017 Taking to Twitter, the Indian captain shared his photo with a caption that read: "Rest day is a cheat day, never stop working hard". Arguably one of the most popular and highly sought-after sportpersons in the country, Kohli has taken huge strides both personally and professionally during his nine-year-old stint with Indian cricket. Reuters The 28-year-old is currently ranked no. 1 in both T20Is and ODIs. And, to top it all, he looks in the best shape of his life. If that's not perfection personified, then probably nothing will. Just like a zillion women stalking Kohli on Instagram or Twitter, anyone who has been following the Indian Test captain on social media would have surely noticed the amount of gym and training sessions the Delhi lad undertakes to do what he does best - both on and off the field. Instagram During a recent event in Delhi, Kohli had also highlighted the importance of pushing yourself when he said: "Lot of us don't actually know how far we can push ourselves. May be at times, without knowing, we are only able to realise 70 per cent of our potential. Therefore it is necessary to push yourself until you are done. For example, if I train as hard as I train now, I will possibly play for another 10 years."
  15. We can all agree that Shashi Tharoor is an amazing orator, and he has never shied away from voicing his opinions about the reality of British colonialism in India. A few months back he made headlines when he talked about the atrocities meted out by the British Empire onto Indian inhabitants, mincing no words in pointing out that the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who is revered as a great leader, has as much blood on his hands as Adolf Hitler. © Twitter Now, he is out here again, putting Britain back in its place. This week he appeared on ABC TV's Q&A for a panel discussion on politics and the world at large. Right towards the end of the show, an Indian-Australian audience member raised a question to Shashi Tharoor asking if there were any positive aspects of the British colonising India, even citing a few examples. He asked, “You've mentioned reparations from Britain before. But what about the skills in engineering India acquired, the democratic processes it inherited, the infrastructure and the rapid education of Indian people?” © ABC Well, he didn't to be asked twice to bust out the receipts and broke down the question, point by point. He replied, “The British came to one of the richest countries in the world, accounting for 27% of the global GDP in 1700s and 23% in 1800s. And, over 200 years of exploitation, loot and destruction reduced it to a poster child for poverty, with just over 3% of global GDP.” © ABC He then went on to describe the condition in which the British left India : “90% of the population was living below the poverty line, the literacy rate was below 17% and the life expectancy was 27. The growth rate of British India between 1900 to 1947 was 0.001%. That's what they were doing while draining the country of taxes and resources.” © ABC He then went on to further explain the point of education : “Education? My Gosh! The last thing the British wanted to invest in was educating Indians. Will Durant, an American historian travelling in the 1930s pointed out that the expenditure on Indian education was less than half the high school budget of New York State.” He also made sure to point out that all the Indian institutes of technology, the engineering achievements were established after independence, by the government of India. © ABC “Apologists like to say you missed the bus for the industrial revolution. We missed the bus because you threw us under its wheels.” Honestly, what a mic drop moment. You can watch the whole thing here, or just skip to 44:45 to see him shutting things down:
  16. US President Donald Trump stops to answer reporters' questions as he and First Lady Melania Trump depart for a weekend retreat with his cabinet at Camp David from the White House, Washington, US, September 8, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst A former top security official ? who helped put in place a program protecting people brought to the United States illegally as children ? is suing the Trump White House as head of the University of California system over plans to roll back the policy. Janet Napolitano ? the former US Secretary of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama ? said in a lawsuit filed on Friday that ended the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program violates the due process of about 800,000 beneficiaries, known as ?dreamers,? who were granted permits that protected them from deportation. ?The University has constitutionally-protected interests in the multiple educational benefits that flow from a diverse student body,? the lawsuit in US District Court in Northern California said. ?If these students leave the University before completing their education, UC will lose the benefits it derives from their contributions, as well as the value of the time and money it invested in these students.? The lawsuit also argues Trump did not follow the proper procedures needed to cancel a program of this magnitude. California has more DACA recipients than any other state, many are in their 20s and are current students. ?They?ve grown up here, they?ve gotten their educations here, many of them don?t even speak the language of the country to which they would be deported if this decision were allowed to stand,? Napolitano said on a call with reporters. The legal challenge comes on top of a separate lawsuit filed earlier in the week by 16 Democratic Attorneys General saying the president?s decision to end the program was based in part on racial animus towards Mexicans, who are the largest beneficiaries. Department of Justice spokesman Devin O?Malley gave the same comment about Napolitano?s lawsuit as he did in response to the lawsuit by the states. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in announcing his decision to end the program said it was ?inconsistent with the Constitution?s separation of powers.? Obama enacted DACA through an executive action implemented by the Department of Homeland Security after Congress failed to pass legislation. ?While the plaintiffs in today?s lawsuit may believe that an arbitrary circumvention of Congress is lawful, the Department of Justice looks forward to defending this Administration?s position,? O?Malley said in a statement. Trump, who delayed the end of the program until March 5, shifted responsibility to a Congress controlled by his fellow Republicans, saying it was now up to lawmakers to pass immigration legislation that could address the fate of those protected by DACA. Trump?s move was criticized by business and religious leaders, mayors, governors, Democratic lawmakers, unions and civil liberties advocates. Legal experts have said that court challenges to Trump?s actions could face an uphill battle since the president typically has wide authority when it comes to implementing immigration policy.
  17. Ben Stokes walks off after his career-best six-wicket haul, England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Lord's, September 7, 2017/Getty Images LONDON: West Indies staged a spirited fightback against England after being skittled for 123 as batsmen suffered a torrid opening day of the series-deciding third Test at Lord´s on Thursday. All-rounder Ben Stokes stole team mate James Anderson´s thunder by taking a career-best six for 22 in a devastating spell of swing bowling either side of tea as West Indies lost their last eight wickets for 45 runs. England found the conditions just as treacherous though and when play ended they had slumped to 46-4 in reply with skipper Jason Holder and Kemar Roach taking two wickets apiece to leave England trailing by 77 runs. West Indies won the toss and elected to bat under grey skies and it was Anderson who took two early wickets to take his career test haul to 499 -- one shy of becoming only the sixth bowler to reach the 500 milestone in Test cricket. Shai Hope, a double centurion in the second Test won by West Indies at Headingley, shared a 56-run partnership with Kieran Powell, but once Hope went for 29 and Stokes took a brilliant caught-and-bowled to remove Powell the visitors crumbled. Joe Root fell cheaply as England slumped to 24 for 4, England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Lord's, September 7, 2017/Getty Images West Indies´ chances of an unlikely first Test series win in England for 29 years looked to have faded in the London gloom that meant the Lord´s floodlights were on for most of the day. But they struck back superbly with Roach removing opening duo Mark Stoneman and Alastair Cook for one and 10 respectively before Holder snared Tom Westley lbw for eight before grabbing the key wicket of England skipper Joe Root for one.
  18. David Warner kisses his cap after completing his century, Bangladesh v Australia, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day, September 6, 2017/Getty Images CHITTAGONG: David Warner hit his second hundred in a row before Bangladesh fought back with quick strikes on a rain-hit third day of the second Test against Australia on Wednesday. The visitors were 377-9 when bad light stopped play with 13 overs remaining after rain washed out the entire first session at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium in Chittagong. Australia now lead by 72 runs with Steve O´Keefe on eight and Nathan Lyon, who was yet to open his account, at the crease. Bangladesh, who elected to bat first, made 305. Mustafizur Rahman and Mehedi Hasan took three wickets each to bring Bangladesh back into the contest after Warner and Peter Handscomb put on 152 runs for the third wicket. The left-handed Warner showed remarkable patience during his uncharacteristically sedate 123 that came off 234 balls. This was Warner´s 20th Test century and second in successive innings, having made 112 in the first match. He was dismissed by left-arm paceman Mustafizur, who was celebrating his 22nd birthday. The century saw Warner join a select group of 12 Australian cricketers who have scored 20 or more Test tons, with his skipper Steve Smith the most recent to achieve the feat. "It is satisfying for myself but at the end of the day we´re here to win games," Warner said after the third day´s play. "I´m doing myself and the team as much favours as I can by trying to put on runs, as everyone else is. "At the moment we´ve got a lead of 72 ... so we´ve got to try and capitalise on that tomorrow morning to push forward for maybe a hundred (run lead)," he added. Warner, who resumed the day on 88, received good support from Handscomb, who made 82 off 144 balls before being run out by a sharp throw from Shakib Al Hasan at midwicket. Handscomb responded to a call for a single that would have completed Warner´s century but was sent back from halfway down the pitch. Bangladesh were then frustrated as Mehedi dropped Glenn Maxwell on 10 at gully off Mustafizur. Mehedi put down Hilton Cartwright off his own bowling on six, before making amends by having the same batsman caught at slip by Soumya Sarkar for 18 on the stroke of tea. Mehedi removed Maxwell (38) and Pat Cummins (four) after the break and Shakib bowled Ashton Agar for his only wicket of the day. Bangladesh´s Mustafizur did not rule out the chance of a win for his side, who hold a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. "The game still has two more days left. If we can do something good, anything is possible," he said.
  19. Stephen King is obviously not a stranger to getting his work adapted, in fact, almost each and every one if his novels and short stories has made its way to the big or small screen, some way or another. © Syfy One of his most famous novels ‘It', which was released in 1986, was adapted in a miniseries in 1990 and proved to be a big hit, with Tim Curry's portrayal of ‘Pennywise the Clown' receiving a lot of praise. And now, ‘It' is being revived again, but for a full feature film this time, which is set to release in a couple of days. If you haven't checked it out before, you can watch the trailer right here, it's quite interesting and terrifying. But, the most interesting adaptation of that particular novel has to be the one that aired on Zee TV back in 1998. Isn't it kind of weird to think about how there was a Hindi version of an American television miniseries, that too back in the 1990s? Including the literal translation of the name, the Indian show, called ‘Woh', was quite similar to the original miniseries it was based on. The show follows a group of seven teenagers who once beat the titular character, a red-balloon toting, child-murdering monster disguised as a clown, and then vow to return should ‘Woh' ever rears its ugly head. Then, about thirty years later, the balloons start to appear again, forcing the original group of friends to reunite once again, this time to destroy ‘Woh' once and for all. © Zee TV Like the American version, several members of the group fall victim to ‘Woh's' shape-shifting and mind tricks, but by the end, the remaining survivors defeat the evil force. But, that is where all the similarities end, though. The Indian series took quite a few creative liberties, including giving ‘Who' a mother. But with the addition of the character of ‘Woh's' mother, it also gave the series a way to give ‘Woh's' backstory and motivations. © Zee TV So, basically, he was a short man who wasn't able to fit in and get along in society, so he ended up committing suicide, but became an evil spirit in the process. Another big difference is how the group finally defeats ‘Woh'; they work together with him to help him attain “salvation” so that he'll stop being such a scary creepy clown. © Zee TV With Indian audiences being not that familiar with the original American series, it's not that surprising that ‘Woh' never caught on back then. If you want to check it out, all 52 episodes are available on YouTube now. Honestly, it's definitely worth a binge watch before you go watch the new ‘It' movie. Here's the first episode:
  20. Photo: File THE HAGUE: A Dutchman who lost his briefcase filled with passionate letters written by his father during World War II has been reunited with his precious cargo Tuesday after a massive Facebook search. Adrien Mueller was handed back the letters -- written by his father who served in the German army during the war -- by a couple who discovered the case on a railway platform at central Utrecht station on Sunday, Dutch media said. Mueller was on his way home to the southern Dutch town of Brunssum near Maastricht, after having picked up the letters from his sister, when he had a cup of coffee as he changed trains. "His train arrived and in the rush he forgot the briefcase. It was later found on Platform 18 by another couple," the 1Limburg private broadcaster said on its website. The couple posted the find on Facebook which had more than 27,700 shares and eventually -- with the help of the local broadcaster -- Mueller was tracked down and told his missing letters were safe. The letters are highly personal and give a small glimpse into what his father experienced as a soldier fighting on the Eastern Front, where the German army was eventually beaten. "My dearest darling. I´m writing to you to let you know all is well," most of the letters start off, with details about what the men had to eat and whether they were safe or not. "Often the letters end with ´your loving husband´," the radio station added. Mueller told the radio station he was happy to get back the letters, which he wanted to read to his daughter. He did not know what happened to his father, who disappeared in the fog of war after 1944. "Whether he was buried in a mass grave or died as a Russian prisoner of war we will never know," Mueller said. Nearly four million German troops died on the Eastern Front after they were eventually beaten back, following Hitler´s invasion of Russia in 1941. Tens of thousands of others were taken prisoner and disappeared in Stalin´s labour camps after the war.
  21. LONDON: England closed in on qualification for next year?s World Cup finals as Marcus Rashford?s first competitive international goal earned them a 2-1 win over closest Group F rivals Slovakia at Wembley on Monday. Slovakia, who began the night only two points adrift of Gareth Southgate?s England, stunned their hosts in the third minute when Stanislav Lobotka punished some slack defending to prod the opener past keeper Joe Hart. England were wobbling but midfielder Eric Dier calmed the home jitters with a well-taken 37th minute equaliser. Manchester United youngster Rashford, who had been at fault for Slovakia?s opener, then showed why he was selected ahead of Raheem Sterling with a stunning 59th minute effort, beating Martin Dubravka with a fierce drive. Victory put England five points ahead of second-placed Slovakia with two matches remaining and means they are almost certain of at least a playoff spot.
  22. A record-shattering NASA astronaut returns to Earth on Sunday, finishing a 288-day mission that put her over the top as the American who has spent the most cumulative amount of time in space. Peggy Whitson, 57, is also the oldest female astronaut in the history of space exploration, was the first female International Space Station commander, and holds the record for number of spacewalks by a woman. The biochemist is completing a mission at the International Space Station that began in November 2016, covering 122.2 million miles (196.7 million kilometers) and 4,623 orbits of Earth. She and crewmates Jack Fischer of NASA and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Russian space agency Roscosmos were expected to land in Kazakhstan at 9:22 pm (0122 GMT Sunday) in a Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft. Upon her return, Whitson will have racked up 665 days in space in her career, more than any other American astronaut. She is eighth on the all-time space endurance list, NASA said. After earning a doctorate in biochemistry in 1985, Whitson worked as a NASA scientist for seven years before starting as an astronaut in 1997. On this most recent mission, Whitson conducted experiments with human stem cells, blood samples and grew several crops of Chinese cabbage, according to posts on her Facebook page. "The best part, was that after we harvested for the science, we got to eat the rest!" she said of her greens. In an interview before departing the space station, Whitson said she was looking forward to flush toilets ("Trust me, you don't want to know the details") and pizza. But, "I will miss seeing the enchantingly peaceful limb of our Earth from this vantage point. Until the end of my days, my eyes will search the horizon to see that curve," she said, according to a transcript of the interview posted on the NASA website. She noted that she's not totally comfortable with the attention she receives for her various records and her status as a role model. "I honestly do think that it is critical that we are continuously breaking records, because that represents us moving forward in exploration," Whitson said. The scientist also has a silly side. To celebrate the July Fourth holiday, she posted photos and a video of herself and Fischer wearing loud red, white and blue outfits, striking poses in zero gravity. "I am not sure what the future holds for me personally, but I envision myself continuing to work on spaceflight programs. My desire to contribute to the spaceflight team as we move forward in our exploration of space has only increased over the years," she said of her plans. The astronauts' return comes as the Texas city of Houston, home to NASA's Johnson Space Center, has been struggling to get back to normalcy after a week of deadly flooding triggered by Hurricane Harvey. "As a result of the impacts of Hurricane Harvey, NASA is reviewing return plans to Houston of Whitson, Fischer and the science samples landing in the Soyuz spacecraft," the space agency said.
  23. Maria Sharapova salutes fans after her match win over Sofia Kenin of the United States during their third round Women´s Singles match on Day Five of the 2017 US Open/AFP NEW YORK: Maria Sharapova hit back at Caroline Wozniacki over a US Open scheduling row on Friday, saying of her bitter Danish rival: "I´m in the 4th round. I don´t know where she is." Wozniacki was furious that her second round match was played on an outside court while five-time major winner Sharapova was playing all of hers in Arthur Ashe Stadium. The Danish woman said it was "unacceptable and questionable" for Sharapova, who is playing her first Grand Slam since the end of a drugs ban, to be given the showpiece court. "With regards to scheduling, as you know, I don´t make the schedule," said Sharapova after reaching the fourth round with a 7-5, 6-2 win over Sofia Kenin of the United States. "I´m a pretty big competitor. If you put me out in the parking lot of Queens in New York City, I´m happy to play there. "That´s not what matters to me. All that matters to me is I´m in the fourth round. Yeah, I´m not sure where she is." Wozniacki, who has never won a Grand Slam, lost her second-round match to Ekaterina Makarova on Wednesday after being scheduled on Court 5 before getting bumped up to Court 10. "When you look on Center Court, I understand completely the business side of things, but someone who comes back from a drugs sentence -- performance enhancing drugs -- and all of a sudden gets to play every single match on Center Court, I think that´s a questionable thing to do," fumed the Danish former world number one. Maria Sharapova shakes hands with Sofia Kenin of the US after winning their 2017 US Open Women´s Singles match/AFP Sharapova, the champion in New York in 2006, returned from a 15-month doping ban in April but was refused a wildcard for the French Open while injury ruled her out of Wimbledon. Her world ranking of 146 meant she needed a wild card to get into the main draw at the US Open. But she has responded to the decision by the US Tennis Association by knocking out world number two Simona Halep in the first round and recovering from a set down to beat Timea Babos in the second. On Sunday, she will face Latvian 16th seed Anatasija Sevastova for a spot in the quarter-finals. But she will need to cut out the errors that plagued her against 18-year-old Kenin, a fellow America-based player who was born in Russia. She was broken three times and her 38 winners just offset 33 unforced errors. "She had really nice words for me in the locker room, which was really nice," said Sharapova, older than her opponent by 12 years and regarded as an idol by Kenin. "I wasn´t surprised with the way she came out and competed. She was down I believe a few match points in the previous match. "She´s a grinder. She´ll get many balls back. Despite not having the experience, she´s a tough player."
  24. Chetan Bhagat always has been the favourite target for trolls on Twitter, and he, honestly, just makes it quite easy for them. When will he learn to think before speaking? Or, maybe he follows the philosophy that any kind of publicity is good publicity. Whatever it is, this happens a little too often to him. Even with so many people disliking him, he still managed to reach 10 million followers on Twitter. Good for him, to be honest, but he still found a way to ruin it all for himself. © Twitter While celebrating reaching this follower milestone, he ended up taking a dig at “cricketers, actors, models and politicians” by tweeting “No pouting selfies. No cleavage photos. No six pack displays. No position of power. No child of someone famous. No actor. No cricketer. No model. Just a writer who had a dream now with one crore followers. Thank you all for the 10 million. No words to express my gratitude. Stay positive.” Thank you guys for the 10million pic.twitter.com/QuOpd9bc1W — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) August 31, 2017 What is the need for this superiority complex, though? Obviously, this attracted a lot of trolling, because, let's be real, his tweet was gold-mine for jokes. Here are some of the best ones: Congratulations But But But ur book has all the above mentioned things :-P — Deepak Singh (@kr__deepak) August 31, 2017 Fixed it for you bro @chetan_bhagat pic.twitter.com/63Dz4UxrF1 — The Dark Knight (@CapedCrusader07) August 31, 2017 Mujhe yaqeen ho gaya ki duniya me fools ki kami nahi hai. — Truth will prevail. (@abdulrafeklm) August 31, 2017 Will you stop writing now? *Hopeful eyes* — Bhavya (@galwidweirdhair) August 31, 2017 Followers kese purchase karte he... Twitter kya amount charge Karti he — Tapan (@tapangehlot) August 31, 2017 But, oh wait, the real plot twist came when people started pointing out that he only had 9.9 million followers. The main question is that if he misread the follower count, or his tweet actually made so many people unfollow him. This is what your Twitter profile reflects now pic.twitter.com/7x1N00KwKk — Narayan Patra (@nolukinbak) August 31, 2017 CHACHA NE OVEREXCITED HOKE TWEET PEL DIYA. pic.twitter.com/RCjJolWPUJ — Trust me. (@iam_nobodyy) August 31, 2017 Looks like .1 million unfollwed you after this cringy tweetð𤣠pic.twitter.com/Y1yTvvgyir — Nishant (@nishantnisonko) August 31, 2017 Sir, kisi ne dhokha de diya already. pic.twitter.com/cODaM6gixC — Yo Yo Funny Sing (@YoYoFunnySing) August 31, 2017 So, what is the truth? Chetan Bhagat, next time just say ‘Thank You' and go.
  25. Photo: The Sun LONDON: Britain's Liverpool airport was evacuated earlier on Tuesday while a bomb disposal team dealt with a suspect package and now it is safe and it is "business as usual", a spokesman for the airport said. The spokesman said the evacuation was a precautionary measure and now flights were coming in as usual. Earlier, passengers arriving at the airport were being kept on their planes after a security alert which was described as a "police incident", the local Liverpool Echo newspaper reported. British police also evacuated London's Euston station on Tuesday after a security alert. "An electrical item is believed to have caused a small contained explosion. No one has been injured," the British Transport Police said.