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  1. The Blind anonymous work talk application is seen on a mobile phone in this illustration photo, February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/Files SEOUL: A chat app where South Koreans can anonymously dish the dirt on their misbehaving bosses and colleagues is belatedly stirring the country?s #MeToo movement, shedding new light on sexual harassment in the heavily male-dominated corporate culture. Prompted by a recent wave of complaints about workplace misconduct ? including a groping allegation made by a South Korean public prosecutor last month ? the app Blind has added a new feature: a message board dedicated to a rising number of #MeToo stories. ?We thought the prosecutor going public would put fresh momentum in the #MeToo movement in South Korea and our #MeToo board was definitely inspired by her action,? Kim Sungkyum ? the co-founder at Blind?s creator TeamBlind ? said. Koreans are wary of being whistleblowers about harassment at family-run conglomerates or chaebol that dominate South Korean business. Their big fear: the companies will turn on them for rocking the boat and they will be victimized again. Some 61 percent of South Korean respondents working at private companies said they would bypass in-house whistleblower hotlines, saying they didn?t trust their organization to keep complaints confidential, according to a survey by consulting firm EY. That was significantly higher than the Asia-Pacific average of 37 percent. Instead, South Koreans are turning to Blind, which now has over a million users in the world?s most wired country. ?Employees are reluctant to use internal bulletins for fear of reprisals which is part of our country?s corporate culture,? said a banker at a South Korean state-run bank who uses the app. ?I think Blind can make people talk more freely, which can?t be controlled by their companies.? In less than 24 hours after the launch of the #MeToo board on Blind more than 500 posts were uploaded, making the app intermittently unavailable due to heavy traffic, the app?s operator says. By Thursday, the board had swelled with more than 1,600 posts, prompting conversations about workplace sexual misconduct ranging from cracking sexist jokes to making unwelcome physical advances. Gender inequality Blind says it encodes personal data and information to protect users? privacy, and users must use their company email for verification. When the app first came out four years ago, several companies requested Blind take down posts that might be damaging to their reputation. TeamBlind says it has not taken down any posts at a company?s request and has not faced any lawsuits for material posted on its message boards. TeamBlind said it does reviews posts and has removed some that violated its terms of use, including publishing statements that might be defamatory or breach individuals? privacy. Globally, the #MeToo movement has exposed men accused of sexual assault and harassment in fields including entertainment, politics and business. Dozens of prominent men have quit or been fired from high-profile posts, and police have opened investigations into some accusations of *** assault. But it was slower to catch on in South Korea, which ranked 118 out of 144 on gender equality last year, according to the World Economic Forum. Ooutcry, boycotts In the case of the public prosecutor ? who said her boss groped her at a funeral in 2010 ? the Supreme Prosecutors? Office launched an inquiry into her allegations. The investigation is ongoing but the Prosecutor General has promised to take action to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. In another incident late last year, South Korean furniture maker Hanssem publicly apologized after a post detailing a female employee?s experiences of workplace sexual abuse went viral, sparking a boycott of the company?s products. Earlier this month, posts made on Blind said the chairman of the group that owns Asiana Airlines had made inappropriate physical contact with female flight attendants. Last week, Park Sam-koo ? the chairman of the airliner?s parent Kumho Asiana Group ? issued an apology over the allegations, saying ?it was all my carelessness and responsibility?. Park did not respond for requests for comment, and the company said it had taken no action against him. Despite the increased awareness, many South Korean Blind users say they are yet to see significant changes in their workplaces. ?Through Blind, I have come to realize there are so many things that need to be corrected in my company. But I haven?t seen any sweeping change yet,? said another user who said he was working for a major conglomerate. ?We still have a long way to go.?
  2. Google is planning to introduce a web interface for its SMS application “Android Messages” that will let users pair their smartphones with a computer for all of their texting needs. A recent teardown by Android Police (www.androidpolice.com/2018/02/08/android-messages-v2-9-prepares-launch-allo-like-web-interface-google-enhanced-chat-features-payments-businesses-apk-teardown/) of an upcoming version of Android Messages gave us a look at things Google has planned for a future release, and if all of this ends up going the way it looks like it will, we may soon have the iMessage competitor on Android that we've been waiting for so many years. © iMessage by Apple Android Messages, not to be confused with Hangouts or Allo, is Google's texting app that comes by default in stock Android. Like WhatsApp or Telegram that have PC and Mac clients, Android Messages will work on computers, going forward. People will have to install a browser extension, or at least it appears that browsers are involved, and then they'll have to scan a QR code to pair a smartphone and PC. One of the features that makes it impossible for many people to leave the iPhone is iMessage. The chat app that works on iPhone, iPad and Mac has no rival on Android. Sure, plenty of messaging apps offer nearly the same experience, but iMessage is built right into iOS and MacOS, offering seamless integration. © Google Allo by Google Last year, Google announced it was working with carriers and device manufacturers to implement a new messaging standard known as Rich Communications Services or RCS. RCS allows messaging apps to support "enhanced" features, like stickers and GIFs and location-sharing, that most users have come to expect from modern messaging apps. The vast majority of messaging apps already use this standard, but Android Messages has been stuck on the much older SMS protocol. A new message will inform about the possibility of sending messages through Wi-Fi or data using Android Messages, replicating the operation of iMessages. Google will be in charge of the system since it seems that it is tired of waiting for operators to implement RCS.
  3. Even if Cricket or sports in general is not your cup of tea, there is no way on earth that someone wouldn't know who Mahendra Singh Dhoni is. Dhoni will forever be 'Captain Cool' for us, irrespective of how many came before him and the ones who will join the madness that Team India is. Dhoni has all the right in the world to demand respect, not only for his support from behind the stumps, but also for guiding Team India towards victory under his leadership. Reuters This man needs no introduction since his actions speak louder than the audience cheering at the top of their voice, during the match. So much so, that even the stump mic couldn't help but capture his strategies, hilarious nicknames he gave to his team-mates and his endless pearls of wisdom. Stump mics are possibly one of the best things that happened to Cricket and nobody except for our 'Men in Blue' are making the optimum use of it. It was because of a stump mic that we got to know about Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya's epic strategy to tackle the opponents. It was the stump mic that captured Kohli unleashing his inner 'Dilli ka ladka' and say “Shaam tak khelenge, Inki g***d phat jayegi.” Reuters In fact, thanks to the stump mic that we now know that Kohli will forever remain 'Cheeku' and Kuldeep will forever remain 'Kulee' for Dhoni. You can thank this Twitter user for sharing this video with subtitles (how thoughtful) where Dhoni is seen encouraging his team and sharing game strategies in his own hilarious style. Dhoni behind the stumps is hilarious. pic.twitter.com/ntJubXMgoQ — dogu (@HusnKaHathiyar) February 2, 2018 As expected, after this gem of a video surfaced online, fans couldn't contain their excitement and started flooding the internet with their hilarious interpretations and respect for Dhoni. Can listen to him all day. Channels should get rid of all commentators. — Shubham (@SportyShubh) February 3, 2018 You can take Dhoni out of captaincy. But you cannot take captaincy out of Dhoni. https://t.co/wtKO9z51lf — Farees Rahman (@fareesrahman) February 3, 2018 #MSDhoni -- Duniya k liye hoga tu #ViratKohli mere liye to tu cheeku hi h. ðð #FreedomSeries#INDvSA https://t.co/bVUflTqFQJ — Aryan INDIAN (@CricCrazyAryan) February 2, 2018 "6 ball samajhne me nikal jayega" was Dhoni's version of "shaam tak khelenge to..." ð — Shivam srivastava (@shivamcosmo) February 2, 2018 For me best was "6 बà¥à¤² समà¤à¤¨à¥ मà¥à¤ हॠनिà¤à¤² à¤à¤¾à¤à¤à¤¾" ð¤£ð¤£ðð — Priyanshu Singh (@Priyanshu7Singh) February 2, 2018 If only the South African team understood Hindi or realized how deadly Kohli and Dhoni are for their opponents, they wouldn't have lost to India by 6 wickets in the first ODI in Kingsmead, Durban. While, Kohli was announced Man of the Match, Dhoni's pearls of wisdom and hilarious ways to encourage players surely contributed to the victory.
  4. US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin talk during the family photo session at the APEC Summit in Danang, Vietnam DANANG, VIETNAM: US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin chatted on Saturday as they walked together for the ?family photograph? at the APEC summit of Asia-Pacific leaders in Vietnam. Although the White House had said no official meeting was planned, the two also shook hands at a dinner on Friday evening and again at the start of the main meeting of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders on Saturday. Television pictures showed Putin and Trump talking as they walked to the position where the traditional group photograph was being taken in the resort city of Danang. The White House said on Friday that no formal meeting was planned because of scheduling conflicts on both sides, though it was possible they would bump into each other. Trump is on the fourth leg of a 12-day tour of Asia. Putin, Trump agree to defeat IS in Syria: Kremlin Putin and Trump, in a joint statement on Syria, agreed to continue joint efforts on fighting Daesh until it is defeated, the Kremlin said on Saturday. The two leaders also confirmed their commitment to Syria?s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity and called on all parties to the Syrian conflict to take an active part in the Geneva political process. Moscow and Washington agree there is no military solution to the conflict, according to the text of the joint statement published on the Kremlin?s website.
  5. Busy promoting his upcoming movie 'The Secret Superstar', Bollywood actor Aamir Khan made his way to the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium in Hyderabad to witness the Indian cricket team battle it out with Australia in the third and final T20 International on 13 October. With the three-match series locked at 1-1, the third match was expected to be a scintillating affair between India and Australia, both eager to finish the tour on a high. But, to everyone's disappointment, the match was eventually called off due to the wet outfield at the stadium and the top honours shared by both the teams. On my way to the stadium to watch the finals today in Hyderabad. Most excited and looking forward to a great game :-) . Buck up India !!! — Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) October 13, 2017 While Aamir surely missed out on the game - just like other fans, he found some consolation in an interview by cricket anchor Jatin Sapru and former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag early on. Accompanied by his co-actress Zaira Wasim, Aamir spoke about his forthcoming film, Indian cricketers and the potential outcome of the match. When asked which Indian cricketer's style he follows, Aamir quickly responded: "It's definitely Virat Kohli". It was great meeting you @aamir_khan bhai..All the very best for #SecretSuperstar ððð¤ pic.twitter.com/JINqQUgGw2 — Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) October 14, 2017 Zaira, too, was impressed by Kohli as she said, "Be it his way of playing the game of cricket or his attitude, Virat is very good." There was also a Q&A round where Aamir and Zaira were pinned against each other. After answering a question each correctly, the duo was asked a tie-breaker question to find the winner. Asked to name the captain of Indian women's cricket team, Aamir fumbled and said: "I know but I'm not getting it now". Zaira too couldn't answer the question. Sapru tried to help them out with some hints, before answering the question himself. © Reuters In what turned out to be India's best-ever campaign in women's World Cup history, Mithali led her side to the final of the ICC Women's World Cup before their heart-breaking loss to hosts England earlier this year. But, despite her heroics, Mithali and other women cricketers are yet to break away from the shadows of their male counterparts. Apart from Aamir, Kohli, himself, had goofed-up while congratulating Mithali for her unique feat earlier this year. In a Facebook post, that was taken down almost immediately, Kohli called Mithali's achievement of becoming the leading ODI run-getter a milestone in cricketing history. © Reuters But, the 28-year-old, rather than using Mithali's photo, ended up posting a picture of her teammate Punam Raut. Since then, Indian women cricketers have become household names in the country. They have been felicitated by the government and appeared on numerous TV shows to share their respective inspirational journeys in cricket. However, despite all that, Aamir's latest faux pas has once brought the long-standing question to the fore - what more must the women cricketers do to earn respect and recognition in the country?
  6. Getting candid with the charismatic siblings & co-actors, Shraddha and Sidhanth Kapoor.
  7. ہم رات بہت روئے، بہت آہ و فغاں کی دل درد سے بوجھل ہو تو پھر نیند کہاں کی اس گھر کی کھلی چھت پہ چمکتے ہوئے تارو کہتے ہو کبھی جا کے وہاں بات یہاں کی ؟ اللہ کرے میرؔ کا جنت میں مکاں ہو مرحوم نے ہر بات ہماری ہی بیاں کی ہوتا ہے یہی عشق میں انجام سبھی کا باتیں یہی دیکھی ہیں محبت زدگاں کی پڑھتے ہیں شب و روز اسی شخص کی غزلیں غزلیں یہ حکایات ہیں ہم دل زدگاں کی تم چرخِ چہارم کے ستارے ہوئے لوگو تاراج کرو زندگیاں اہلِ جہاں کی انشاؔ سے ملو، اس سے نہ روکیں گے وہ، لیکن اُس سے یہ ملاقات نکالی ہے کہاں کی مشہور ہے ہر بزم میں اس شخص کا سودا باتیں ہیں بہت شہر میں بدنام، میاں کی اے دوستو! اے دوستو! اے درد نصیبو گلیوں میں، چلو سیر کریں، شہرِ بتاں کی ہم جائیں کسی سَمت، کسی چوک میں ٹھہریں کہیو نہ کوئی بات کسی سود و زیاں کی انشاؔ کی غزل سن لو، پہ رنجور نہ ہونا دیوانا ہے، دیوانے نے اک بات بیاں کی
  8. plugin

    Version 1.0.0


    Chatwee is an advanced chat plugin for real time communication among members of online communities. It offers private, group, and public chats, including file uploads, clickable links, images, animated gifs, and a rich set of emoji. Users have several log in methods available, and chat owners can customize the plugin to a large extent. Chatwee chat is an excellent plugin for any IPB forum. It promotes interaction and engagement among visitors, as well as between visitors and site owners. Chatwee will help you build and grow a community of active users by providing a platform for real time, rich communication. Chatwee features include: Extensive customization options Multiple chat rooms Messenger-style group conversations Private chatting Offline messaging Rich media messages Multiple log in methods Cross-tab synchronization Powerful moderation options Click for a full features list Visit the official site for more information and to see Chatwee live
  9. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's marriage with Jemima Khan ended over a decade ago, longer than the marriage lasted, but seeing an exchange shared by the former Mrs Khan shows the two are still good friends. The two still share a bond that many married couples would envy. Over the weekend Jemima shared a screenshot of her exchange with Imran over Whatsapp regarding their younger son Kasim. #BoredonaSaturdaynight on Instagram. The post on Instagram with the hashtag #BoredonaSaturdaynight, showed Jemima sending faceapped photos of Kasim as a girl. Jemima captioned the picture “unfun” most likely because Imran Khan’s response was not how she expected the conversation to go.
  10. download

    Version 2.2.0


    ReadyChat ready Chat is a php chat product from DesignSkate. Greatly improving upon our previous product “moChat”. readyChat is more optimized, smoother and enjoyable for both the administrator and the user. Features Simple administration panel which is effortless to use! Moderate your chat room fully with the ability to warn, kick & ban users. Plenty of documentation explaining the administration features. Fast, effortless installer with a handy “Getting Started” guide included. Allow your users to create a profile, or disable profiles entirely. Create multiple rooms on your chat room! You can set an icon and a topic for each individual room. Automatically kick inactive users. Ban I.P addresses from your website with a few clicks! Allow your moderators to enter full rooms (Yes! You can define room limits!) Allow your users to insert smilies, new smilies can be added simply by adding them to the folder! Convert text to a hyperlink automatically, or disable this feature entirely! Users will see their messages as pending, creating an ultra fast feeling chat system! Users can disable auto-scrolling to see the earliest messages. Keep your users entertained by adding flash games to your chat room! Profiles can now be embedded in the chat window. Disable registration completely and allow logins only! Allow guests to chat on your website! Password protect your chat rooms. Chat privately with your friends! Sound Notifications Customize user rank colours Fast chat system All future updates for readyChat will be free to customers! readyChat Updates Update 2.2.0 – 13th January 2015 Full changelog available online Update 2.1.0 – 29th October 2014 Full changelog available online Update 2.0.0 – 27th October 2014 - 2.0.0 is only the first of many updates to come Re-written the majority of the front-end code Sound notifications for new messages now available Better sorting of files & less clutter Chats are now stored in a MySQL database Assign room background pictures from the administration panel Ranks can now have a HEX code colour assigned to them Updated profile system, more to come in future updates New emoticon system Update 1.3.0 – 15th November 2013 Users can now send each other private messages. The administrator can now define room passwords. The administrator can allow guests to access the chat. There is a guest “read-only” mode available, preventing them from chatting. A multitude of improvements. Update 1.2.0 – 17th October 2013 Profiles can now be embedded into the chat window. Users can now upload custom avatars. Registration can be disabled. A multitude of improvements. Update 1.1.0 – 13th October 2013 Flash games can now be added to your chat room. Users can now be warned with the ’/warn’ command. Users can now disable auto-scroll. A multitude of improvements. Your feedback and satisfaction is important to us. We will respond to all questions and queries within 2 days, though usually a lot faster! Feature suggestions will be considered for future versions of readyChat. Requirements readyChat requires PHP 5.3 minimum readyChat requires 1 MySQL database (uses the MySQLi extension) Product requires around 2mb of disk space
  11. Yah topic general baat kerne k liye banaya gaya hy yahan app kuch b bongi maar sakte kisi b mozo per baat ker sakte hain.. koi forum section ki restriction nai.. u can add anything in post here bas ikhlaqiyaat ki limit mai reh ker.. chaloo aoo fer gappain shappain marain @Anabiya Haseeb @Jannat malik @Zarnish Ali @Hareem Naz @Uzee Khan
  12. application

    Version 2.1.1


    This is very simple chat system with the basic features: Ajax chat, auto update. Display as IPS widgets, so you can place it in sidebar or top page. Sound notification. User can toggle on/off. Admins/Moderators can block users. Users can ignore some chatters they don't want to see. Load more messages when scrolling end (or top). Announcement (on Top or Tab). Support emoticons, URL, Image URL (gif, png, jpg) @mention by clicking on usernames. Flood control. Time format. Display newer messages in top or bottom. Permissions for viewing, chatting & management. Edit/Delete messages. Bug fixes: Scrollbar when posting long links. Spliting words in half across lines.