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  1. A model presents a creation from the Gucci Autumn/Winter 2018 women collection during Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy, February 21, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile MILAN: Gucci kicked off Milan Fashion Week in its typical eccentric style Wednesday as models carried replicas of their own heads on a runway transformed into a creepy operating room. Suspense had already been building for the show by Gucci?s star creative director Alessandro Michele due to the invitations ? orange timers which counted down to the event in glowing red numbers. The first shock came when it started on time ? almost unprecedented in fashion history. Then male and female models walked onto a runway amid operating tables under bright neon lights in the Gucci Hub, the brand?s Milan headquarters, over the steady beeping of a heart monitoring machine. Michele introduced the "Cyborg Gucci" in the Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection, which included a wild mix of cultures and symbols, from a pagoda hat to a balaclava, a classic burgundy velvet dress to a gold lurex jacket, fine lace to the logo of the New York Yankees. The models added to the transgressive vibe ? not only did some carry replicas of their own severed head, but others were adorned with a third eye or even a baby dragon. "What touches me is not just the talent but also the dose of humour and self-deprecation on the part of Alessandro Michele," said actress Chiara Mastroianni. "His collection is so rich it will take time to understand everything," she said. Another first-day highlight was the launch of the exhibition "Italiana: Italy Through the Lens of Fashion 1971-2001" by the National Chamber for Italian Fashion. Donatella Versace, Giorgio Armani, Pierpaolo Piccioli, Silvia Venturini Fendi and Jean-Paul Gaultier were some of the stars attending at the Palazzo Reale. The exhibition was organised by theme ? Identity, Democracy, Logomania, Diorama, Project Room, Bazaar, Post-Production, Glocal and The Italy of Objects ? and included the clothes by fashion houses such as Missoni, Armani, Versace, Krizia, Romeo Gigli and Gianfranco Ferre. "There is no nostalgic intention but rather pride and willingness to celebrate fashion and reproduce its complexity," said curator Maria-Luisa Frisa. "Italian fashion is a creative laboratory that has generated worlds, defined strong individual characteristics... and continues to do so today," she added.
  2. TAIPEI: Chinese jets conducted drills near Taiwan's airspace on Wednesday for the sixth time this month, as relations between the two rivals worsen. China sees self-governed Taiwan as part of its territory to be reunified at some point - by military force, if necessary. The two sides split after a civil war in 1949. Although Taiwan is a self-ruling democracy, it has never formally declared independence. The latest drills come just days after China's warplanes flew over the Sea of Japan (East Sea), prompting South Korea and Japan to scramble jets. Taiwan's defence ministry announced Wednesday that Beijing had directed several planes including jet fighters through the Bashi Channel south of the island, to the Pacific and back. "China's long-distance (drills) have become more frequent," it said but urged Taiwanese people not to worry. It added that it would dispatch its own aircraft and ships to monitor drills "according to protocol". Relations between Taipei and Beijing have rapidly deteriorated since the inauguration last year of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, who refuses to acknowledge both sides are part of "one China". Beijing has cut all official communication with Taipei and stepped up pressure on Tsai's government, including staging a series of naval and air drills near Taiwan since last year. Local media reports estimate Chinese warplanes have conducted drills around Taiwan at least 20 times this year, compared with a total of eight times last year. A spokesman for China's air force said last week that bombers and reconnaissance planes had been deployed near Taiwan for "island encirclement patrols" on December 11 in routine training drills. These exercises aimed to "increase the capacity to safeguard the national sovereignty and the territorial integrity", said Shen Jinke. In August a Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan's air defence identification zone (ADIZ) during a drill, prompting Taiwan to urge restraint. The ADIZ stretches beyond Taiwan's airspace and is used to give early warning of possible incursions. Five Chinese warplanes entered South Korea´s ADIZ during Monday´s drill, according to Seoul´s Joint Chiefs of Staff. China´s air force said it was the first time its aircraft had flown through the Tsushima Strait between South Korea and Japan.
  3. Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson needs no introduction. Especially if you grew up in the late 90s, it's almost a guarantee that you've heard his catchphrase- 'Can you smell what The Rock is cooking'. If not in the ring, you must have seen him in a ton of movies as well. He credits his success to nothing but his hard work and the love of his fans. Everything this man does actually becomes a lesson to be learned. So, let's take a look at what the Rock taught us in 2017. 1) Never Miss Your Workout. NEVER! © Instagram If you follow him on social media, you'll see just how hectic his schedule is. Traveling the world, shooting movies, attending premieres and award shows, he still never misses his training sessions. Even if it's at 3 am, best believe that he will show up. In the same way, you should always attack any challenge with fearlessness, do not let time constraints or any other excuse come between you and your goal. If you have a goal, work hard for it. 2) Determination Can Take You Places. Excuses Won't © Instagram 'In 1995 I had $7 bucks in my pocket and knew two things: I'm broke as hell and one day I won't be.' When Dwayne Johnson was 23, a failed football career led him to follow his father's footsteps in pro wrestling. But while his lineage might have helped him towards the path to the top, he was never given any handouts in his career. It was through his sheer determination and focus he was able to achieve stardom. Once you have that focus and determination in whatever you're doing from the beginning, the only thing stopping you from getting it…is yourself. 3) Consistency Breeds Greatness © Instagram Greatness is all about consistency and consistency breeds greatness. Motivation will get you through a day or a week but in order to keep improving at whatever you are trying to do, consistency is the key. Consistency is getting back up every time you fall and keep persisting. Nothing's going to be given to you in this life. 4) Take Risks. Opportunities Don't Come By Just Like That. © Instagram Life is full of opportunities to climb up the ladder and get better, but it's just all a matter of seizing that moment and taking control. Look at The Rock, he took every opportunity presented to him; be it wrestling or acting and smashed it. Look, the biggest regrets are the chances you never take. Kick that door open and make grab whatever opportunity you can by the throat. 5) Self Belief © Instagram When it comes down to it, you should believe in yourself so damn much that you'll fight for what you believe in. That means kicking ass, taking names and making sure everyone remembers what you're there for. Of course, that means you should be able to walk the walk too, but make sure your intentions are clear to yourself and everyone else around you. "The road to success and greatness is always paved with consistent hard work. Outwork your competitors, be authentic and above all else chase your greatness." 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.
  4. ISLAMABAD: Security forces in Balochistan, along with intelligence agencies, conducted an intelligence-based operation in Zhob and arrested a TTP facilitator, said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Forces also recovered a sizeable amount of ammunition and explosives which was "dumped to carry out terrorist activity in Quetta". In a separate operation carried out in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, security forces recovered a large cache of weapons and ammunition, including guns, mortars, rocket launchers, IEDs, communication equipment and extremist literature, added ISPR. The IBO was carried out in the Mandi Khel area of North Waziristan agency. Pakistan Army had launched a nationwide military operation 'Radd-ul-Fasaad' in February 2017, which was based on broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country.
  5. Pakistan's cricketers celebrate their victory at the end of the fifth ODI against Sri Lanka - AFP ABU DHABI: Pakistan will look to transfer the momentum from their one-day whitewash against Sri Lanka into the three Twenty20 internationals starting in Abu Dhabi on Thursday and ending in Lahore three days later. Pakistan blanked Sri Lanka 5-0 in the preceding one-day series and start the Twenty20 fixtures as strong favourites as the number two-ranked side, with Sri Lanka a lowly eighth. If Pakistan sweep the T20 series they will come within a point of first-place New Zealand and could go top if India beat the Black Caps in a three-match series next month. Aside from winning nine straight ODIs since lifting the Champions Trophy in June, Pakistan have also won nine of their last 11 Twenty20 internationals -- all since Sarfraz Ahmed took over as captain. Off the field too, Pakistan will hope to build on their efforts to revive international cricket back home with the last match to be played in Lahore on Sunday. That contest will see the return of Sri Lanka to Pakistan, eight years after their team bus was ambushed by gunmen on the way to the ground in Lahore on March 3, 2009. The attacks, which killed eight people and left seven Sri Lankan players and a staff member injured, resulted in the suspension of all international cricket in Pakistan, forcing them to play home matches in the United Arab Emirates. Despite Pakistan hosting the Pakistan Super League final in March and three T20 internationals against a World XI -- with players from seven countries -- last month, regular Sri Lanka skipper Upul Tharanga and five other players, as well as coach Nic Pothas refused to travel to Lahore. That forced Sri Lankan selectors to hand all-rounder Thisara Perera, part of the World XI, the captaincy and choose a new-look side. But Ahmed said his team will not underestimate Sri Lanka. "It's satisfying to win the ODIs and we will target that same winning momentum but definitely we will not take Sri Lanka lightly," said Ahmed. "Maybe they don't have big names but their players have played in the past and have done well. No team is weak in T20s, so we have to be at our best." Pakistan's pace bowling will be further boosted by the return of Mohammad Amir who missed the ODIs with a shin injury. Fill-in Sri Lanka skipper Perera hopes his team will put up a good fight. "I am really happy to be leading the team," said Perera. "It's a dream come true for me and I hope this team can do something special in this series." Squads Pakistan: Sarfraz Ahmed (capt), Fakhar Zaman, Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Aamer Yamin, Mohammad Amir, Usman Shinwari, Umar Amin Sri Lanka: Thisara Perera (capt), Dilshan Munaweera, Danushka Gunathilaka, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Ashan Priyanjan, Mahela Udawatte, Dasun Shanaka, Minod Bhanuka, Sachith Pathirana, Vikum Sanjaya, Lahiru Gamage, Seekkuge Prasanna, Vishwa Fernando, Isuru Udana, Jeffrey Vandersay, Chaturanga de Silva Umpires (first match): Ahsan Raza (PAK) and Shozab Raza (PAK) TV umpire: Ahmed Shahab (PAK) ICC match referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM)
  6. Simorgh rocket is launched and tested at the Imam Khomeini Space Centre, Iran/Reuters TEHRAN: Iran on Saturday condemned new sanctions passed by the US Congress against its missile programme, which President Donald Trump is set to sign into law, and vowed to continue it. "We will continue with full power our missile programme," foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi told state broadcaster IRIB. "We consider the action by the US as hostile, reprehensible and unacceptable, and it´s ultimately an effort to weaken the nuclear deal," Ghasemi added, referring to a 2015 agreement with the United States and other world powers that lifted some sanctions on Tehran. "The military and missile fields... are our domestic policies and others have no right to intervene or comment on them. "We reserve the right to reciprocate and make an adequate response to the US actions," he said. The sanctions bill, which also targets Russia and North Korea, was passed by the US Senate on Thursday, two days after being approved by the House of Representatives. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Friday that President Donald Trump will sign the bill into law. Separately on Friday, Washington imposed new sanctions targeting Iran´s missile programme a day after Tehran tested a satellite-launch rocket. The US Treasury singled out six companies owned or controlled by Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, which it said was central to the programme, freezing their US assets and barring US citizens from dealing with them.
  7. WASHINGTON: US officials said on Tuesday they have seen increased North Korean activity at a site in the western city of Kusong that could be preparations for another missile test within days. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that over the past week intelligence has spotted equipment, possibly for launching an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) or an intermediate-range missile, moving into Kusong. Earlier this month, North Korea said it had conducted its first test of an ICBM and mastered the technology needed to deploy a nuclear warhead via the missile. Pyongyang's state media said the test verified the atmospheric re-entry of the warhead, which experts say may be able to reach the US state of Alaska. However, the vice chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff recently said the July 4 test stopped short of showing North Korea has the ability to strike the United States "with any degree of accuracy." The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Pentagon spy agency, has assessed that North Korea will be able to field a nuclear-capable ICBM by next year, earlier than previously thought. According to two US officials, however, some other analysts who study North Korea's missile programme do not agree with the DIA assessment. "DIA and the South Koreans tend to be at the leading edge of estimates on North Korea's military programs, and that's understandable," said one of the US officials, who both agreed to speak only on the condition of anonymity. "There is no question that the DPRK has moved further and faster with its effort to develop a reliable, nuclear-capable ICBM that can be built in quantity, but there are still doubts about whether it can cross that threshold in a year." A second US official familiar with the science of ICBMs said, also on the condition of anonymity, that North Korea still has not demonstrated the ability to design and build nuclear warheads small enough to be delivered on its long-range missiles and tough enough to survive re-entry into the atmosphere. A third official, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, said that even if Pyongyang develops a workable ICBM from its "tinker-toy mix of old Russian missiles," it would pose a threat to the United States and its allies only if North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime is suicidal.
  8. Images on the right via US Embassy London website. British police said on Wednesday they had carried out a controlled explosion near where the United States is building a new embassy in Wandsworth, south-west London, but the unattended vehicles that triggered the action turned out not to be suspicious. Police said they were called out after a report of two unattended vehicles near the embassy site, and carried out a controlled explosion at around 4:37 PM GMT (9:37 PM PST). According to The Guardian, "police used a bomb disposal robot for the controlled explosion of a red van parked next to the unopened building on Ponton Road". Residents were asked to stay inside their homes, whereas the close-by Waitrose supermarket car park was shut down briefly. Security officials said London Ambulance service and fire brigade were in attendance as well, while the site was cordoned off. Security authorities, almost 90 minutes later, declared the incident "was not terrorism related". A US embassy spokeswoman said no US diplomats were present at the construction site. Police at that time also noted that nearby roads will be reopening shortly. "The first staff move into the [US] embassy early next month," The Guardian added.
  9. After a long-standing battle with the International Cricket Council (ICC), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has finally announced the Indian squad for the coveted Champions Trophy slated to begin on 1 June. Dissatisfied with the new power and revenue-sharing model agreed by the ICC last month, the Indian cricket board had initially threatened to boycott the tournament by deliberately missing the deadline for announcing their national squad for the event in England and Wales. However after their Special General Meeting (SGM), the BCCI unanimously decided that the Indian cricket team will participate in the Champions Trophy. And, belatedly confirming their participation, the Indian board announced the 15-man squad for the upcoming tournament. #CT #TeamIndia - Virat (C), Shikhar, Rohit, Rahane, MSD (wk), Yuvraj, Kedar, Hardik, Ashwin, Jadeja, Shami, Umesh, Bhuvi, Bumrah & Manish pic.twitter.com/pQOgpO9JNf — BCCI (@BCCI) May 8, 2017 There were no surprises in the Indian squad which was almost the same unchanged ODI side against England which saw Rohit Sharma's comeback after his injury. Here's a look at the 15-man Indian squad that will carry the hopes of the cricket-frenzy in successfully defending the title this year: Virat Kohli © Twitter The Indian captain, who was on a prolific run over the last couple of years, will once again carry the baton for his side. The Delhi lad witnessed a forgetful Indian Premier League (IPL) with his team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) crashing out of the tournament in the early stage. Scoring 250 runs in nine IPL games this season, Kohli was clearly not at his prolific best and the Bangalore side paid dearly for it. However, for a fierce competitor like Kohli, his struggles in the IPL would only fire him up to come out all guns blazing in the ICC mega event next month. Shikhar Dhawan © Twitter The selectors have once again shown their faith in the left-handed batsman who will be seen opening the innings for India in the Champions Trophy. And, looks like, Dhawan's prolific run in the IPL seems to have contributed to that decision. The Delhi southpaw has been pivotal for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the IPL this season. Forging a formidable partnership with David Warner at the top, Dhawan has amassed 388 runs in 11 IPL games so far. He will be expected to provide the flying starts to his team as India gear up to successfully defend their title next month. Rohit Sharma © Twitter It was the Champions Trophy in 2013 when the Mumbai batsman found his calling as an explosive opener for his side. Ever since that tournament, Rohit has proved his mettle with the willow and continues to stake his claim in the Indian top-order. Making a comeback from an injury, Rohit started slowly in the IPL this season. Rohit has scored just 183 runs in 11 IPL games so far. But, the right-hander has consistently shown that he can be India's go-to-man in pressure situations. Ajinkya Rahane © Twitter While Rohit and Dhawan are likely to open the innings for India, Ajinkya Rahane has been roped in as another potential opener for the upcoming tournament. Rahane has been a regular opener for India in the last 12 months and if need be, he can once again open the innings with either Rohit or Shikhar. On the other hand, his availability in the side will also strengthen the Indian middle-order. As far as his recent form is concerned, Rahane has had a mixed IPL season so far, scoring 248 runs in 12 games for Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS). Rahane will surely have to step up his game if he intends to make a mark in the Champions Trophy. MS Dhoni © Twitter While the Champions Trophy will undoubtedly feature the biggest stars in cricket, MS Dhoni is expected to hog the limelight with many believing the tournament to be his swansong. The former Indian captain has been a subject to immense criticism over his recent dip in form. The Jharkhand cricketer might have scored just 235 runs in 12 IPL games for Pune. But, his expertise and understanding of the game makes him one of the most influential players for India in the upcoming tournament. For a man who is expected to hand his boots after the Champions Trophy, let's hope Dhoni makes the most of it and bids adieu to international cricket with a bang. Yuvraj Singh © Twitter After being in and out of the Indian team for some time now, Yuvraj made the most of the opportunity he got during ODI series against England. His 150 in one of the ODIs clearly secured his position in the Indian team for the Champions Trophy. Building on his brilliant ODI blitzkrieg, Yuvraj has only improved in the past few months. In the ongoing IPL season, Yuvi has proved to be a revelation for Hyderabad, scoring 234 runs in 10 games. His quickfire innings and ability to accelerate in the death overs has made him one of the vital cogs in the Indian batting line-up. Kedar Jadhav © Twitter Despite the Champions Trophy being only his second tour abroad, the 32-year-old cricketer has been entrusted with the responsibility of supporting the Indian team down the order. He was also impactful in the role of a finisher during the ODI series England. In the IPL, Jadhav outshined the likes of Kolhi, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle to emerge as Bangalore's leading run-scorer this season. Boasting of a wide array of strokes and a potent spin bowling option, Jadhav is a vital addition to the Indian side for the ICC spectacle next month. Hardik Pandya © Twitter The story of Hardik Pandya has been the one that continues to enthrall and amaze everyone with every game. The Mumbai all-rounder has quickly become one of India's most lethal weapon in limited-overs cricket. His ability to bat freely and sneak in some crucial overs makes him an obvious choice for the selectors. The right-hander has slammed 180 runs alongside four wickets in 11 IPL games for Mumbai so far. In the modern-era of cricket, where a cricketer is expected to contribute in almost every department of the game, Pandya is one of those rare players who is capable of doing it all. Ravichandran Ashwin © Twitter Arguably India's most consistent and premier spinner, Ravichandran Ashwin quashed all doubts over his fitness to make the Indian squad for the Champions Trophy. After making his mark in the gruelling home season, Ashwin was ruled out of the tenth edition of the IPL due to a sports hernia. The Indian offie has been missing in action for a couple of months now, but the will and hunger of Ashwin to make a mark in one of the biggest cricket tournaments could spell trouble for the opposition in June. Ravindra Jadeja © Twitter Ever since his arrival on the international circuit, Ravindra Jadeja impressed everyone with his all-round abilities. The 28-year-old has been prolific with his spin bowling and adds the much-needed teeth to India's lower-order. After a successful outing in multiple series at home, Jadeja contributed brilliantly to Gujarat Lions (GL) IPL campaign. The team might have crashed out of the tournament, but Jadeja's contribution with both the bat and ball is hard to overlook. Bhuvneshwar Kumar © Twitter In modern-day cricket, not many Indian bowlers can swing the ball as consistently as Bhuvneshwar Kumar. The right-arm seamer has all the right variations required to outwit the oppisition batsmen in limited-overs cricket. Whether it's about bowling upfront or in the death overs, Bhuvneshwar continues to perform under pressure. Talking about his recent form, the fact that the 27-year-old is currently the leading wicket-taker in the IPL goes on to show how good he has been lately. In the 11 IPL games, Bhuvneshwar has claimed 21 scalps for Hyderabad including a majestic spell of 5-19 to his name. Mohammed Shami © Twitter For a man who has not played an ODI since the 2015 World Cup, the upcoming Champions Trophy could very well be the make or break tournament for Mohammed Shami. The 27-year-old, when fully fit, is capable to providing early breakthroughs to his side. He has played just five IPL games for Delhi Daredevils (DD) this season, taking two wickets in 14 overs he has bowled so far. It will be interesting to see if Shami is used alongside Bhuvneshwar as a pace-bowling option in the tournament next month. Umesh Yadav © Twitter The righ-arm speedster has been India's answer to the other teams when it comes to bowling with pace. As a fast bowler, Umesh has many skills: he regularly bowls over 140kph, moves the ball both ways and has a pretty effective bouncer. Those abilities were at full display when Umesh claimed 18 wickets at the 2015 World Cup - third-highest wicket-taker in the tournament. In the IPL, Umesh has been clinical with his performances for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), taking 13 wickets in 10 games so far. The 29-year-old will once again be expected to continue his fine form as India gear up to defend their title in June. Jasprit Bumrah © Twitter After grabbing eyeballs for his unorthodox action, Jasprit Bumrah has impressed us even more with his impeccable set of bowling skills. Armed with an anomalous, sling-arm action and natural pace, the peculiar release point of Bumrah's deliveries has been a nemesis for the opposition batsmen. Amongst many reasons behind Mumbai being on top in the IPL this season, Bumrah's bowling spells is surely one of the them. The right-arm bowler has taken 13 wickets in 11 games including a brilliant performance in the Super Over where he single-handedly defended 11 runs against Gujarat. Manish Pandey © Twitter The right-handed batsman has played just 12 ODI games for India so far, but his exploits in limited opportunities convinced the selectors to rope him in the national squad for the Champions Trophy. A marauding batsman who is more than capable of tearing the opposition apart, Pandey has been selected as an extra batsman for the Indian team. The 27-year-old has enjoyed great success in the IPL this season. He has slammed 345 runs in 12 games and has been one of the driving forces behind Kolkata's dominant performances this year. For a cricketer who slammed his maiden ODI hundred against Australia in 2016, Pandey will be eager to make the most of the chances coming his way in the tournament next month.
  10. I carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)i am never without it(anywhere i go you go,my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing,my darling) i fear no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)i want no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true) and it's you are whatever a moon has always meant and whatever a sun will always sing is you here is the deepest secret nobody knows (here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide) and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart i carry your heart(i carry it in my heart)