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  1. The Apple Watch has been one of the most important wearables that were launched in the recent past, and today, it can accurately detect atrial fibrillation. It is a serious heart condition that is one of the leading causes of a stroke. © BCCL The feature is currently in testing and a new medical study has offered proof that wearables can do more than just tracking your steps. The study was coordinated by University of California, San Francisco and asked users to download an app that can detect atrial fibrillation. With the help of the app, the Apple Watch can detect irregular or rapid beats of the top two chambers of the heart. The study was conducted amongst 9,750 volunteers out of which 347 participants were already diagnosed with the heart condition. The app is known as CardioGram and it was able to read heart rate data of users who had irregular heartbeats and atrial fibrillation with a 97 percent accuracy rate. © BCCL The study said “97% accuracy refers to the c-statistic, or area under the sensitivity-specificity curve. Surprisingly, both the sensitivity and specificity of DeepHeart were even higher than an FDA-cleared Apple Watch ECG attachment -- 98% (vs 93%) sensitivity and 90% (vs 84%) specificity.” UCSF and Cardiogram are now also working to determine whether the Apple Watch can also detect hypertension, early signs of diabetes and sleep apnea. Earlier studies have indicated that these conditions could be spotted in data collected by Apple Watch and other wearable devices. © Youtube What's cool is that Apple Watch is a fun wearable that now has an advantage over other heart rate monitors and some wearables. It can help diagnose serious heart problems which is an added bonus for something that is already dominating the wristwatch market. Hopefully, these features would encourage more users to buy wearables in the near future and help the market grow even further. Source: CultofMac
  2. Recently, Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Rajput appeared on BFFs With Vogue and both of them were at their candid best. Well, Mira is already known for speaking her mind, which mostly backfires, but even Shahid had some revelations during this interview. Let's start small. When Neha Dhupia asked about the most boring celebrity at a party, Mira took the opportunity to pull Shahid's leg and took his name without any hesitation. This was all in good fun, and now we're coming to the more important questions. © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor Shahid was asked if he's ever been cheated on, but with Mira's help, the question was altered to how many women have cheated on him. Are you saying there are multiple women, Mira? Shahid answered, “I am sure about one, I have major doubts about another one.” That must have hurt, Shahid, getting cheated on is the worst, isn't it? Then, he was obviously asked who that one person was, but before coming to his answer, let's conduct a bit of an investigation, and see if we can guess who it was. After a quick Google search for 'Shahid Kapoor dating history', I have a lot of contenders. Okay, I feel like we need to start with Kareena Kapoor, because for years she was the only person Shahid Kapoor was associated with. They broke up after dating for 5 years, because apparently she started getting 'close to Saif Ali Khan'. Sorry, Shahid. His list of 'official girlfriends' starts and ends just there. There are a lot of other famous women he's been linked to but they were all rumours. Another big contender is Priyanka Chopra. Though they never publicly confirmed their relationship, everyone was convinced that both of them were dating because of their 'actions'. Rumours about him and Amrita Rao also started after their movie 'Ishq Vishq', but again no confirmation. Same thing happened after his movie 'Kismat Konnection' with Vidya Balan. There is definitely a pattern here. Okay, maybe there's some bad blood here because in the same interview, Neha asked Mira who needed a new stylist and she immediately took Vidya's name. But, I don't think anyone would be that petty. History repeats itself, doesn't it? Then came 'R Rajkumar' and so did rumours about him and Sonakshi Sinha. Wow, if all of that is true, then that is like John Mayer or Taylor Swift level dating. Okay, now we know about everyone, do you have your guesses ready? Shahid's highly anticipated answer to the question 'who cheated on him' is “I cannot name them.” If the guy never even confirmed most of his rumoured relationships, what makes you think he would easily give an answer to a question like that? Only Shahid and the other person know about it and no, we'll probably never know about it, but thank you for your time, nonetheless.
  3. How is it possible for someone to ooze glamour and look so damn sexy all the freaking time? Lisa Haydon, in her hot platinum blonde hair and a ultra hot bikini, has cycled her way into our hearts ð´ð¼‍âï¸ A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 16, 2018 at 9:48am PDT I did wonder who this emoji was for ð±ð½‍âï¸ A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 16, 2018 at 9:43am PDT She is currently on a beach vacation, and while many of us probably increase our ab and leg days in the gym way before booking a beach vacation, this beautiful woman lady needs no excuses! A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 8, 2018 at 1:55am PST A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 6, 2018 at 10:49pm PST Can someone please give her the award for being the hottest woman who walked on the face of this Earth? Look at that body! And she is a new mom too! A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 1, 2018 at 8:14am PST A post shared by Lisa Haydon (@lisahaydon) on Mar 8, 2018 at 1:55am PST It must be a casual cycling routine for her but oh boy, little does she know that she ran a full 'Tour De France' across our hearts.
  4. If science had a rockstar, it would be Professor Stephen Hawking! Stephen Hawking was more than a man, he was proof. Proof that no matter how much pain and suffering you go through in life, you can always do your part for society and the world. While most would know the great man because of the powerful statements he has made about AI and space travel the man has done much more which will, sadly, go unnoticed. There are very few great minds in the world today and Mr. Hawking was one of them. Source: Facebook - Stephen Hawking For a man who has suffered for most of his adult life, Hawking never let it bring him down. In fact, he used his popularity to spread awareness about a disease that can paralyse not just your body but also your soul. His philanthropy with respect to the disabled is something we're sure his family will be proud of. Just like him, it will be remembered for years to come. Source: Facebook - Stephen Hawking In memory of this genius, here are a couple of things about him you may not have known: He was a betting man Hawking wasn't afraid of putting his money where his mouth is when it came to his theories and predictions. He has spoken about multiple bets with famed physicists over the years. His tryst with television In his lifetime, Hawking achieved more success on television than most of us could ever imagine. In recent times, he has made numerous appearances on 'The Big Bang Theory' but he has been involved with television from way back in 1994 when he appeared on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'. How many scientists do you know who could add the words 'TV Actor' to their resume? That's just how awesome the man was.
  5. Islamabad: Currently a faculty member at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Pakistani physician-scientist Dr Faisal H Cheema and his colleague Dr Jeffrey A. Morgan have been awarded $4 million in funding from Brockman Medical Research Foundation to lead cutting-edge research on heart transplantation. Dr Cheema?s mission is to make heart and lung transplant and artificial devices for end-stage heart failure and lung disease a reality in Pakistan. He also aspires to develop a national organ donation and allocation system for Pakistan. He plans to achieve these objectives in due course of time, through strategic partnerships among academic, corporate, governmental and philanthropic institutions. Belonging to the rural areas of Wazirabad and Hafizabad, Dr Cheema got his education from Crescent Model School and Government College, Lahore, before moving to Karachi to attend his medical school at Aga Khan University. After graduation, he moved to the United States and further trained and worked at Columbia University, Loyola University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland and University of California Berkley. Dr Cheema has served as Senator for the Ivy-League Columbia University and is involved with several professional, academic, community and philanthropic organisations. His passionate work for young physicians culminated in the establishment of the Committee for Young Physicians within the Association of Physicians of Pakistani-descent of North America (APPNA), on which he served for more than a decade; he also chaired APPNA. Dr Cheema has helped hundreds of students in their search for residencies and or advancing their medical careers in the US. He loves to mentor medical students and young physicians. Ever since he left his motherland, he continues to collaborate with various institutions in Pakistan (Aga Khan University, Punjab Institute of Cardiology, Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS), Shifa College of Medicine and others) and guides students from medical schools all across Pakistan. Dr Cheema has published more than 110 scientific manuscripts in high impact journals.
  6. The Academy Awards have been rolled out in Los Angeles, and it is to be the most coveted and the most important award in the whole wide world. Movies, directors, technicians and actors from all over the globe make it to various categories, and although Hollywood obviously dominates the chart, the Oscars honor people where it's important. This year, Bollywood's biggest super stars, the late Sridevi and Shashi Kapoor were honoured and the Academy paid a heart warming tribute to them. So Sridevi featured in Oscar's In Memoriam section. #oscar #Sridevi Thank you for pay respect to legend #Sridevi Ji ðð.#Oscars #Oscar2018 #Oscars2018 #Oscars90 #Sridevi pic.twitter.com/QzAC0Ny3B2 — Sagar Kurane (@Sagar_kurane) March 5, 2018 #Oscar pays tribute to Sri Devi and Shashi Kapoor!@republic @richaNDTV @ndtv @chintskap @ZeeNews @smritiirani @ANI @AnilKapoor @SrideviBKapoor @sonamakapoor pic.twitter.com/BDL62IO6k7 — Pushpendra Tiwari (@PTiwari) March 5, 2018 Sridevi, Bollywood's first female super star was found dead in her hotel room in Dubai on 24th February and yester year's favourite actor, Shashi Kapoor died on 4th Decmeber 2017. They both played a major role in shaping the face of Indian cinema and are remembered for their memorable work all over the globe. Every year, the Oscars honours the important people who have passed away in the world of cinema and a musical tribute is paid to them. Meanwhile, everyone back home is in love with the tribute and pretty emotional at the same time. Seeing Sridevi and Shashi Kapoor's names on the Oscar memoriam almost made me cry. #Oscars90 — Thanmye Lagudu (@TLagudu) March 5, 2018 Just saw Shashi Kapoor & Sri Devi pics in Oscar Tribute Montage .... Very emotive ... Fantastic work AMPAS.... Respect ðð» #Oscars — Yaad (@Yadvender) March 5, 2018 #Sridevi and Shashi Kapoor's glowing faces on the Oscar screen with Eddie Vedder singing. Time to choke once again. — Sayantan Ghosh (@sayantansunnyg) March 5, 2018 The beautiful part of an artist's journey is that they are gone from this world, but they are never forgotten from people's memories because the impression they leave behind in the world is too strong to ever fade away. We hope their souls rest in peace.
  7. How many times do we hear about an immigrant who makes it big in a foreign country, without any major financial support? There are people who believe in something called living the American dream and take appropriate actions to make it come true. Out of many such stories, there is one story of a man who came to the American mainland with almost nothing with him, but with his hard work and determination, turned his misery into opportunities. Take your eyes off the Hadids because today we are going to tell you about the bitter-sweet odyssey of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold is not only a successful actor and a professional bodybuilder but the former governor of California as well. From serving in the Austrian Army (1965) to winning the Mr. Universe title seven times in his life, Arnold, at a very young age declared that someday he is going to be a great actor. Let us take a look inside the life of the man who changed his own destiny! Body Building and Winning Titles All the Way © broscience In his early days, Arnold was influenced by the lives of actors, bodybuilders and models. And no one even had the slightest hint that he would go on to become the youngest winner of the Mr. Europe title. Not only this, Arnold also bagged Mr. Olympia six times and won Mr. Universe seven times. But for that, he went through intensive training, shaped his body like no one else, even in today's time. His intensive coaching and vigorous practices opened gateways to victory. The Austrian bodybuilder-turned-actor defied all odds by becoming one of the most quotable and mimicked action stars in the world, earning a cool 15 million dollars a flick! Known as 'The Austrian Oak' during his bodybuilding days in the US, Arnold became a millionaire before the age of 22! Hollywood: A mouthful of the last name and slow speaking abilities © pinterest Schwarzenegger eventually became the poster boy for the American Dream by dominating bodybuilding competitions and raking in an estimated 300 million dollars in the box office. However, his journey was not all that smooth. A rough Austrian accent and slow speech patterns led some producers to believe that it would not be very easy for Schwarzenegger to make it big in Hollywood. They were all impressed with his physique but most of them did not approve of his last name – they said it was a 'mouthful'. 'The Austrian Oak' made his film debut as Arnold Strong in the low-budget spoof of Hercules in 1970. Since they did not approve of his voice/speech; they also had him dubbed in this movie. In 'Stay Hungry', the 1976 comedy drama, Arnold went back to his original name. He attained stardom with 'Pumping Iron' – a documentary based on his life, released in 1977. He exhibited another level of understanding of comedy in the 1979 movie 'In the Villain'. Whereas, 'Conan The Barbarian' (1982) and 'Conan The Destroyer' (1984) established him as an action star. The year 1984 witnessed the birth of a cult Hollywood star that would rule the industry for decades to come with the release of 'The Terminator'. That movie made Schwarzenegger a bona fide Hollywood box office draw! Schwarzenegger – The Austrian-Born Governor of California © Reuters By the 2000s, Arnold Schwarzenegger was a household name in almost all parts of the world. This international star announced his candidacy for the Governor of California in the California recall election in the year 2003. He made this announcement during the episode of 'The Tonight Show' with Jay Leno on August 6, 2003. Needless to say, Schwarzenegger's name was the most popular one among all candidates that year. It took no time for his candidacy to become the talk of international news. He became popular as 'The Governator' and 'The Running Man' in the media. People even started calling the recall elections as the 'Total Recall' polls! On October 7, 2003, 'The Austrian Oak' was elected the Governor of California with 48.6% of the votes. Schwarzenegger won the election by more than 1.3 million votes to become the second foreign-born Governor of California. The only foreign-born Governor in California before Schwarzenegger was Irish-born Governor John G. Downey in the year 1862. Marriage into the Kennedy Family, Separation and Controversies © Telegraph Obviously, this Hollywood star with an awesome physique was quite popular with the ladies. Well, one of the most popular romantic and stable relationships of Schwarzenegger's life was with Maria Owings Shriver – the niece of President John F. Kennedy. Today, she is a well-known correspondent and anchor at NBC News. When Schwarzenegger met Shriver, he was still seeing his former lover Sue Moray – assistant to his Beverly Hills hairdresser. They met at the Robert F. Kennedy Tennis Tournament in the year 1977. Schwarzenegger went on to have a relationship with both Moray and Shriver for almost a year. Eventually, Schwarzenegger and Shriver entered a committed relationship that led to their marriage in the year 1986. They have four kids together. Schwarzenegger's relationship with Shriver took an ugly turn after almost 35 years of being together. In 2011, in the month of May, they ended their marriage when Shriver moved out of the Brentwood mansion. The reason for this marital separation was quite controversial. Apparently, Schwarzenegger had allegedly fathered a son some 14 years earlier with a domestic staff in their household. Schwarzenegger said in a statement issued to The Times that "After leaving the governor's office I told my wife about this event, which occurred over a decade ago.” However, sources suggested that he had confessed only after Shriver had confronted him. The Real Man of Steel © denofgeek Despite professional and personal obstacles in life, Arnold Schwarzenegger is a true inspiration. Not only, is he a self-made man but he has done that without Godfathers and other leverages. In addition, he has also faced his share of medical problems and health challenges. Born with a defective heart, Schwarzenegger had a valve replacement surgery in 1997. He opted against a mechanical valve and went for one made using his own transplanted tissue to avoid any physical limitations. In the year 2001, he broke six of his ribs in a motorbike accident. Living for a Cause © Reuters When Schwarzenegger is not killing villains on-screen, he is busy getting involved in noble causes. He has been involved with the Special Olympics – the world's largest sports activity for those born with intellectual disabilities. In the year 2007, Schwarzenegger was the official spokesperson for the Special Olympics held in Shanghai (China). He firmly believes that everyone has equal rights to quality school opportunities and those who can, should do everything in their might to provide access to all children alike. In the year 1995, he established the Inner City Games Foundation (ICG) to provide cultural, educational and community enrichment programs for youth. Active in 15 different cities, ICG serves more than 250,000 children in around 400 schools countrywide. Schwarzenegger has also been involved with After-School All-Stars - An after school program provider, educating youth about health, fitness and, nutrition. He founded the ASAS Los Angeles branch in the year 2002. Schwarzenegger's life is indeed a wholesome combination of physical, emotional and moral strength – A life story that teaches us that it is okay to commit mistakes and learn from them. His life is a narrative that teaches us the power of determination and the quest for more.
  8. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family are currently touring India and are totally immersing themselves with the touristy vibe. From the Taj Mahal to now the Golden Temple, Trudeau is going places, and the pictures actually look straight out of a Karan Johar movie. ððð¬ð♥ï¸ #srk #justintrudeau #trudeau #shahrukhkhan #srkfan #srkfans #fangirl #foreverfan #srklover #srklovers #srkforever #shahrukhkhanfans #india #canada #bollywood @iamsrk @justinpjtrudeau A post shared by Gauri Seth (@sethgauri) on Feb 20, 2018 at 8:06pm PST Justin is right now in Amritsar and he visited the Holy Golden Temple today with his family, and even met the CM, Amarinder Singh today. © Instagram © Instagram © Instagram Trudeau is a big hit with the Punjabis back home in Canada and is pretty acquainted with the culture as well. So the highlight of his visit today was his entire family doing 'seva' at the Golden Temple and Trudeau even left a heartfelt note in the visitor book. © Instagram © Instagram Canadian Prime Minister #JustinTrudeau's message in the visitors book at #Amritsar's Golden Temple. pic.twitter.com/LGJZmbSZwC — ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2018 He was felicitated as well and spent times with officials there. © Instagram © Instagram The Canadian PM is on a week-long visit to the country and has been exploring India as a true tourist. By performing 'seva' so admirably, it looks like he is a true Punjabi at heart living in Canada, or 'Kaneda' as we call it.
  9. Using machine learning, scientists from Google and its health-tech subsidiary, Verily, can now detect a person's risk of getting a heart disease. This new method scans the back of an individual's eye to analyze the factors that can cause heart disease. This algorithm could make it quicker for doctors to analyze a patient's risk as it does not require a blood test. The reason the eye is so important for research is that the rear interior wall of the eye is full of blood vessels which can be used to judge a person's overall health. © Nature Biomedical Engineering Doctors can usually tell a person's age, blood pressure and acquire various medical data through such scans. The AI algorithm takes it to up to a new level by cross-referencing all data found in the scans to predict the development of possible heart diseases. Google, which is presenting its findings Monday in Nature Biomedical Engineering, an online medical journal, says that such a method is as accurate as predicting cardiovascular disease through more invasive measures that involve sticking a needle in a patient's arm. © Reuters Google and Verily's scientists used machine learning to analyze a medical dataset from 284,335 patients and validated on two independent data sets of 12,026 and 999 patients. Google's technique generated a “heatmap,” or graphical representation of data that revealed which pixels in an image were the most important for predicting a specific risk factor. As part of the research, retinal images of two patients were presented, one of whom suffered a cardiovascular event and one of whom did not. Using the aforementioned technology, Google's algorithm was able to tell the two apart. © Phys (dot) org Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death globally and researchers know that lifestyle factors including exercise and diet in combination with genetic factors, age, ethnicity, and *** all contribute to it. The findings suggest that a simple retinal image could one day help understand the health of a patient's blood vessels, a key to cardiovascular health. "This is promising, but early research -- more work must be done to develop and validate these findings on larger patient cohorts before this can arrive in a clinical setting," McConnell - who is also a co-author of the study said. Source: Engadget
  10. GUJRANWALA: Three brothers died Friday night here in Ilyas Colony after one of them committed suicide and the other two, consequently, had heart attacks, Geo News reported. Zahid Ali, 35, committed suicide on Friday for unknown reasons by shooting himself, a statement from the Saddar police station said. He was a welder by profession and left behind a daughter. His two brothers ? one younger, the other older ? passed away when they suffered heart attacks after hearing the news of Zahid's death. Abbas Ali, 40, became unwell following the news of his younger brother's suicide and was being moved to the hospital when he suffered a heart attack and passed away en route. As the two brothers' bodies were brought back to their residence, Saddam Ali, 28, the third and youngest brother, also suffered a stroke and died. The tragic news put the entire neighbourhood in mourning as the bereaved family prepared for three funerals.
  11. Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu's 'October' has been in the news ever since director Shoojit Sircar announced it. However, nothing much is known about the film except that we will see Varun donning a character that we have never seen him in before. Many were of the opinion that 'October' was supposed to be a thriller film, however, the first look has given quite a different perspective. 'October' looks more like a romantic drama that explores different shades of love and relationships. The small clip was released by the makers today and it looks like another slice-of-life film. The teaser takes us into the world of 'October' giving us a hint of what kind of love story it will be. Just three shots and it is enough to make you love the gloomy yet beautiful world of Varun and Banita. While the length of the video is pretty small, the shots in the film are breathtakingly beautiful. The first shot presents us with Varun standing in front of a dried-up tree. © Risingsunrsf The next shot brings you the beautiful Banita standing near a window staring outside. Though nothing much is revealed in the first look, we've got to say both look quite intense and marvellous. © Risingsunrsf Another interesting thing about the clip is the background score that forms a very soothing aura. Check out the teaser here: Talking about the film Varun was quoted saying, “First time shot a film poster in complete natural light, just surrounded by nature and realness. Hope what I have gone through in this film comes alive for everyone soon.” © Risingsunrsf Shoojit Sircar's 'October' is based on true events and is said to be inspired from a Hollywood flick. The film will hit the screens on April 13.
  12. Madame Tussauds' unveils its new wax figure of British actor Tom Hardy in London LONDON: Madame Tussauds' waxwork museum is offering fans of actor Tom Hardy a new and unusual chance to get close to their idol - launching a waxwork figure of the actor with a beating heart, that visitors can pose with and even cuddle. The figure depicts Hardy seated on a couch, his arm resting on the back, to allow visitors to get close enough to feel or listen to its heartbeat. The museum said in a statement that it features a beating heart and a ?soft, warm torso.? The museum allows visitors to touch the waxwork replicas of celebrities The museum, which has branches around the world, allows visitors to touch the waxwork replicas of celebrities, occasionally leading to excessive familiarity. The New York branch of the attraction had to retire its figure of Canadian singer Justin Bieber in 2014 due to it being excessively groped by fans, local media reported.
  13. Smokers should not be fooled, in other words, into thinking that a few cigarettes a day -- or even just one -- carries little or no long term harm. Photo: file1 PARIS: Just one cigarette a day carries nearly half the risk for heart attack and stroke as smoking a full pack of 20, according to a large-scale study published Thursday. "If someone smokes one cigarette instead of 20 per day, intuitively we´d think that the risk drops to 1/20, or five percent," said lead author Allan Hackshaw, a professor at University College London, whose paper analysed 141 previous studies. "This seems to be the case for lung cancer, but is not true for heart attacks and stroke, where one cigarette per day carries around 50 percent of the risk of a pack a day," he told AFP. Smokers should not be fooled, in other words, into thinking that a few cigarettes a day -- or even just one -- carries little or no long term harm, he added. "Whilst it is great that smokers try to cut down -- and they should be positively encouraged to do so -- in order to get the big benefits on cardiovascular disease they need to quit completely," he said by email. Tobacco kills about seven million people worldwide every year, according to the World Health Organization. About two million of those deaths are due to cardiovascular disease, mainly coronary heart attacks and stroke. Earlier research suggested that smoking a few cigarettes a day was linked to a higher-than-expected risk of heart disease, but findings were inconclusive. Risk higher than expected To probe deeper, a team of scientists led by Hackshaw analysed the results of 141 studies, estimating the relative risk of one, five or 20 cigarettes a day. They found that men who lit up once a day had 46 percent of the excess risk of heart disease associated with smoking a full pack a day, much higher than expected. For strokes, the excess risk was 41 percent. For reasons that are not fully understood, the risk for women was somewhat smaller -- 31 and 34 percent, respectively. "It could be a mixture of biological difference and differences in lifestyle," said Hackshaw. Overall, long-term smoking shortens life expectancy by 12-15 years. "This well conducted study confirms what epidemiologists have suspected but few among the public have," commented University of Oxford professor Paul Aveyard, who was not involved in the research. "The implication is obvious -- anyone who smokes should stop." At the same time, he added, it would be wrong to conclude that cutting down is useless. "There is more reason to believe that lower cigarette consumption will reduce the risk of chronic lung disease and lung cancer, the other two big causes of early death from smoking," he said via Britain´s Science Media Centre.
  14. The shoot for 'Gully Boy', 'Raazi' and 'Brahmastra' might be keeping Alia Bhatt on her toes, but nothing in the world can stop her from attending her best friend's wedding and enjoy every moment of it to the fullest. When it comes to friendship, Alia is quite vocal and warm about it and is often seen spending quality time with her besties. So how on Earth could she miss her best friend Kripa Mehta's wedding? Putting everything on hold, the actress flew to Jodhpur to attend her friend's big day. From dancing to Hawa Hawa from 'Mubarakan', striking a 'Kala Chashma' pose to getting emotional for her friend, she lit up her friend's day in the best way possible. #aliabhatt #aliaabhat143 #wedding #party #dance #sangeet #themehtawedding #jodhpur #beautiful #pretty #insta #likes #follow4follow #photography #photoshoot #picoftheday A post shared by Alia Bhatt â¨â­ (@aliaabhat143) on Jan 21, 2018 at 8:41pm PST This candid capture video ð How pretty @aliaa08 u looking i loved that side braid bun stuck with flowers ððð pic.twitter.com/SXmPQ9iLtm — Shweta (@Shweta3040) January 23, 2018 PART[4] Aliaa Bhatt At her Friend's Kripa Mehta's Weddingg Ceremonyyy..in Jodhpur..â¤â¤â¤ðâ¤...Aweee she looks Stunninggg in Yelloww...â¤â¤ððð¥â¤â¤ð....Loveee U Aliaa Bhatt...With Akansha Ranjan Kapoor and Kripa Mehtaa...â¤â¤ðð @aliaabhatt @kripamehta93 @akansharanjankapoor #aliaabhatt_fc15 #Kripamehta #WeddingCeremony #AliaBhatt #Aliaanators â¤â¤ððâ¤â¤â¤ #THEMEHTAWEDDING A post shared by Aliaa_Bhatt_Fanclub (@aliaabhatt.fc15) on Jan 21, 2018 at 4:49pm PST & my baby girl is married â¨ðð A post shared by Alia â¨â­ï¸ (@aliaabhatt) on Jan 22, 2018 at 10:10pm PST @aliaa08 looking super gorgeous at her friend's wedding â¤ð pic.twitter.com/UIyESEvz0k — Aliaanators⨠(@aliaanators) January 22, 2018 it's almost time ð #themehtawedding A post shared by Alia â¨â­ï¸ (@aliaabhatt) on Jan 20, 2018 at 9:39pm PST ⨠A post shared by Alia â¨â­ï¸ (@aliaabhatt) on Jan 22, 2018 at 8:13am PST @aliaa08 at her friend's wedding #TheMehtaWedding ⤠pic.twitter.com/7KM6NMV4OX — Aliaanators⨠(@aliaanators) January 23, 2018 & the best is yet to come ð A post shared by Alia â¨â­ï¸ (@aliaabhatt) on Jan 21, 2018 at 11:50pm PST @aliaabhatt @akansharanjankapoor @meghnagoyal1 @tanya.sg . . . . #alia#aliaa#aliabhatt#aliaabhatt#aliafans#alialovers#aliabhattfans#aliabhattlovers#aliaabhattfans#bollylove#bolly#bollywood#actress#night#highway#like4like#follow4follow#shahrukhkhan #shahrukhkhanfans #anushkasharma #anushkasharmafans #karanjohar #farahkhan#madhuridixit#aliaabhattvideos#parineetichopra #nidhhiagerwal#bff#themehtawedding A post shared by Alia Bhatt Videos (@aliaabhattvideos) on Jan 22, 2018 at 7:53am PST â¤ï¸ð§¡ðððâ¤ï¸ @aliaabhatt Followð @weddingvilla_lovers #weddinggown #crazywedding #bridal #indianbridal #allthingsbridal #punjabiwedding #weddingplanner #vogueindia #indianbride #couplegoals #decor #weddingoftheyear #indianweddinginspiration #indianstreetfashion #wedmegood #thatsdarling #instagood #weddinggoals #punjabisuit #indianfashion #dramaqueen #weddingfashion #indiandesigner #designersuits #couture #worldwideshipping #ootd #aliabhatt #instafashion #weddingdress A post shared by â¤ï¸Wedding villaâ¤ï¸ (@weddingvilla_lovers) on Jan 21, 2018 at 8:48pm PST FWF ð A post shared by Alia â¨â­ï¸ (@aliaabhatt) on Jan 21, 2018 at 6:27am PST Hawaa Hawaa at the same ethnic of #themehtawedding ðððððð #aliabhatt #alia #AliaBhatt #alialovers #aliaholics #aliabhattmydream #shrutialia #varia #valia #sidlia #alia #aliabhattfans #aliabbhattfc #AliaBhatt #alialovers #aliaholics #aliabhattmydream #shrutialia #varia #valia A post shared by â­â¨ Shruti /Khushiâ¨â­ (@aliabhattmydream) on Jan 21, 2018 at 7:14pm PST Looking at these pictures, all we can say is, no matter where you are, you always make time for your best friends. And just like any friend Alia did exactly the same. On the work front, 2018 is all about Alia Bhatt. She is presently shooting for Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy' where she will be seen with Ranveer Singh. Next in line is Ayan Mukherji's 'Brahmastra' where she will be seen with Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor. Just few days ago, the actress also wrapped her shoot for 'Raazi'. So for all you Alia's fans, this year the actress is set to entertain you with some great films!
  15. Meet Ekaterina Lisina, the beautiful Russian model who also holds a world record. One more time: Happy New Year everyone! Wishing you that this year 2018 will be more successful than the previous one!!ððð #worldtallestmodel #worldlongestlegs #legsofinsta #legsfordays #sexylegs #longlegs #modelwiththelongestlegs #verylonglegs #ekaterinalisina #supermodel #диннÑеноги #ноги #longestlegs A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on Jan 3, 2018 at 3:32am PST At 6'9, she is known to have the longest legs in the world! Longest legs in collaboration with... @amazonsofoz(organization)ð @rosi.art.photography (photographer)ð¸ @portugal_makeup_for_weddings (hair&makeup)ð @sunseekerportugal (location)ð¥ Great job,everyone!ðð #longestlegsintheworld #longestlegs #legsofinsta #legs #legsfordays #sexylegs #longlegs #modelwiththelongestlegs #tallestmodel #tallmodel #guinnessrecord #guinnessrecords #worldlongestlegs #worldtallestmodel #supermodel #glamourmodel #длиннÑеноги #ноги #ÑекÑÑалÑнÑеноги #Ð¼Ð¾Ð´ÐµÐ»Ñ #ÑÑпеÑÐ¼Ð¾Ð´ÐµÐ»Ñ #beutifulheight A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on Dec 18, 2017 at 12:17pm PST This look can only catch @anastasiataylor ð. Make up and hair @portugal_makeup_for_weddings . #longestlegs #longlegs #worldtallestmodel #sexylegs #sexylook #modelwiththelongestlegs #iglegs #legsofinsta #legs #glamourmodel #ekaterinalisina #tallmodel A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on Oct 20, 2017 at 2:32pm PDT Besides being a professional model, the gorgeous lady is also a national level bronze medal winning Basketball player. I will ring your bells soonððð Having fun during a photoshoot ðð #worldtallestmodel #tallestmodel #tallisbetter #tallmodel #verytallgirl #longestlegs #longlegs #supermodel #model #6foot9 #ekaterinalisina #fashion #glamourmodel #glamour #ringmybells A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on May 17, 2017 at 6:27am PDT Start to miss bballð A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on Jan 2, 2016 at 11:55am PST She has been to India and has also fallen in love with our country. Mumbaið A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on May 3, 2016 at 9:47am PDT #vrendavan #india #tallgirls #tall is beautiful ððð A post shared by Ekaterina Lisina (@ekaterina_lisina15) on Nov 19, 2016 at 9:51pm PST You know she can LITERALLY run away with your heart with those goddamn beautiful endless legs!
  16. People with heart disease have better long-term survival odds when they are married, a recent US study suggests. Compared to divorced, widowed and never-married peers, who were up to 71 percent more likely to die during a follow-up of several years, married patients also had fewer heart risk factors like high blood pressure and were more likely to be on heart medications. ?We measured biomarkers including cholesterol, high blood pressure and presence of diabetes. True, unmarried patients are dying more because they have these conditions. But just the marital status in and of itself is an independent risk factor,? senior study author Dr. Arshed Quyyumi of Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta told Reuters in a phone interview. Quyyumi and his team looked at the relationship between marital status and incidence of cardiovascular death, heart attack and death from any cause in 6,051 men and women who had their clogged heart arteries cleared at Emory Healthcare hospitals between 2003 and 2015. Follow-up ranged from 1.7 to 6.7 years, averaging about three and a half years. Overall, the unmarried patients were 1.45 times as likely as the married patients to experience a cardiovascular event leading to death, 1.52 times as likely to have a heart attack and 1.24 times as likely to die from any cause during the follow-up period, the researchers report in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Widows fared the worst, with a 71 percent higher likelihood of heart attack or cardiovascular death compared to married patients. Divorced, separated and never-married patients had about 40 percent higher odds for those events. Past research has found that being married is associated with better health and survival overall, the study team notes, although the mechanisms involved need further study. ?It?s a culmination of factors,? said Dr. Rahul Potluri of Aston Medical School in Birmingham, UK, who wasn?t involved in the study. ?Benefits of marriage include the impetus to look after one?s health. There?s an increased likelihood to seek and obtain healthcare for the detection of chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. Keeping away from smoking due to a ?nagging partner? can also play a role,? he said. People with a spouse tend to have a greater purpose in life and are more likely to take responsibility for their health through diet, exercise and medication adherence, Quyyumi noted. But when a significant other is no longer in the picture, compliance starts to slip. Other possible explanations for the apparent protective effects of marriage include a lack of social support combined with acute stresses that come with divorce, extended bereavement followed by the loss of a loved one and the reduced interaction that comes with living alone, he said. A lack of social support has been thought to worsen outcomes in cardiac patients after divorce, Quyyumi said, suggesting that the emotional and financial stress of divorce may play a role in adverse outcomes. ?But it?s important to remember that divorce comes in different shades,? he added. ?It?s a mixed bag. For some it is stressful, but for many it can be a relief. Interestingly, previous studies have demonstrated that remarriage may attenuate the increased risk of a cardiac event often observed after divorce.? In the widowed group, it may have to do with psychological and behavioral events that accompany life?s course. ?Some people give up after the loss of a spouse. Bereavement shouldn?t be taken lightly and people who find themselves sick and alone must be aware that they are at a greater risk of a secondary cardiovascular occurrence, or worse, death,? Quyyumi said. ?We obviously cannot prescribe marriage to patients,? Potluri said. ?But we can emphasize the role of relationships and friendships in managing coronary artery disease.? ?Try to regain a sense of purpose,? Quyyumi said. ?Whether that?s finding another partner to compensate for the social support one has lost, becoming more involved in your children?s family or finding a church group. These things all help a patient to once again become more interested in saving their own life.?
  17. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/cf98c5cf22d7bd4848ddcdb477d87873.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8yLzIwMTggMTI6NTg6MjggUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1JUFpSUXk1RmtUUWNodVdUN1lmVktnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: Secretary Port Qasim Authority Muhammad Saqib passed away on Tuesday after he suffered a heart attack during a session of the Senate committee. After suffering a cardiac arrest, Saqib was taken to hospital in the car of Senate Chairman. According to hospital sources, Saqib was brought to the hospital, however, he couldn?t survive.
  18. Hussain in a video message had requested army chief's help him with the heart transplant as it requires hefty sum-Video grab LAHORE: A 14-year-old boy was shifted today to the Combined Military Hospital after his he posted online a short video requesting army chief with help for his heart transplant. Ahsan Hussain was shifted from the Children?s Hospital Lahore, where he was under treatment, to CMH in an ambulance. In a video message shot from Children Hospital Lahore where he was being treated, Hussain had requested Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Lahore Corps Commander Lieutenant General Amir Riaz help him with the heart transplant as it requires hefty sum, which is unaffordable for his family. He also said the doctors have suggested he undergoes a heart transplant as only 20% of the organ was functioning. ?I urge all of you to support me and especially COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa uncle and Lahore Corps Commander General Amir uncle to help me,? the boy can be seen saying in the video message. After the video message came to the fore, it was reported that the Lahore Corps commander visited him at the hospital, where he also prayed for the 14-year-old?s health. Hussain is a resident of Kamalia in Toba Tek Singh and is the only child of his parents.
  19. The world knows Shah Rukh Khan for his skills as an actor. But there's another thing that he deserves more credit for and that is for him being a doting father. Despite being a superstar who probably has no time on his hands, SRK has always made sure to be there for his kids and has proved time and again, that he wouldn't miss their important events for anything in the world. The bond that he shares with his kids and especially with his youngest son, AbRam is visible in a lot of videos that have previously gone viral over the internet. Like this one, where SRK and AbRam have a discussion about his thumb being hurt in the most adorable way! And again, we have another clip that is doing the rounds on the internet. But this time it is about AbRam making his daddy proud. Dhirubhai Ambani International School is where AbRam and Aishwarya-Abhishek's daughter Aaradhya Bachchan study and quite expectedly, their Annual Day event saw their parents in attendance. But it was AbRam who stole the show when he danced to SRK's song 'Yeh Tara Woh Tara' from his movie 'Swades'. Have a look: AbRam performing on the song "Ye Taara Wo Taara" from the movie Swades Aww he is looking cute as hell!! â¤â¤ @iamsrk @gaurikhan @suhanakhan2 @___aryan___ A post shared by ~ SRK's Fan Girl ð« ~ (@srk_cherish) on Dec 17, 2017 at 5:45am PST Like the doting parents that they are, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan accompanied by their daughter Suhana Khan could be seen in the crowd standing and having a gala time and beaming with pride as they watch AbRam perform. @iamsrk ð #abishekbachchan #aishwaryaraibachchan #suhanakhan #abramkhan â¤â¤ A post shared by â¡SHAH RUKH KHANâ¡ (@shahrukhkhaanfp) on Dec 17, 2017 at 11:41am PST All of this made SRK nostalgic as the Shehanshah of Bollywod took to social media to post some pictures of the event with the caption, “Spectacular DAIS Annual Day. God Bless u Nita Ambani for loving the kids. Made me nostalgic when to act was not important just trying was.” Spectacular DAIS Annual Day. God Bless u Nita Ambani for loving the kids. Made me nostalgic when to act was not important just trying was.. A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) on Dec 16, 2017 at 9:17am PST On the work front, SRK is currently working on Anand L Rai's untitled project in which he will be seen alongside Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma.
  20. Baby survives after being born with heart outside her body. Photo: The Guardian A baby girl, Vanellope Hope Wilkins, survived being born with her heart outside her body, in a first of its kind case reported in Britain, according to The Guardian. The doctors revealed to Wilkins? parents that she was suffering from ectopia cordis, in which heart and stomach grow externally, during a nine-week scan. The parents, identified as 31-year-old Naomi Findlay, and 43-year-old Dean Wilkins, were told that ?termination? was the only option. Three weeks after her premature birth, Vanellope has survived three operations to move her heart inside her chest. The operations occurred at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester. The couple shared that first 10 minutes of Vanellope?s birth were crucial as they would determine her ability to breathe. ?But when she came out and she came out crying, that was it. The relief fell out of me,? said her mother. Her father said: ?Twenty minutes went by and she was still shouting her head off ? it made us so joyful and teary.? About five in eight million babies are born with this condition with a less than 10% chance of survival. Branko Mimic, the lead surgeon at the East Midlands Congenital Heart Centre, said: ?Cases such as Vanellope?s, where everything else appears essentially normal, are even rarer, and whilst it would seem more hopeful she will do well, it is therefore almost impossible to be confident of this.?
  21. Kohli sings a song for Anushka as she looks on We?ve seen him bat, we?ve seen him dance, and now it turns out he is an incredibly romantic singer too! Virat Kohli sang a heartwarming rendition of the classical song 'Mere mehboob qayamat hogi...' for his new bride Anushka Sharma at one of their wedding events, and it?s the most beautiful thing you?ll see today. In a video making rounds on social media, the Indian captain can be seen sitting on the stage with his friends surrounding him, with Anushka watching in the audience. He can be seen singing the song which was originally sung by Kishore Kumar in the movie ?Mr X in Bombay?, and Anushka can be seen clapping at the end, all smiles. Kohli and Anushka finally tied the knot in a private wedding ceremony in Tuscany, Italy on Monday, ending weeks of speculation surrounding the couple. Also read: Inside videos, pictures from Virat, Anushka destination wedding The open-air wedding, with all the rituals, was nothing short of a fairytale. The newly-weds took to Twitter Monday evening to share the big news along with a message for their fans and loved ones, as wishes poured in for the happy couple from all corners.
  22. The Apple Watch is a nifty little thing and the bands that come with the smartwatch are somewhat stylish, luxurious and practical. A new band has now released that has sensors inside and can be responsible for saving your life. © Kardiaband The KardiaBand, made by AliveCor, works in tandem with the sensors on board the Apple Watch 4 and can detect heart diseases such as atrial fibrillation. These built-in sensors monitor the rhythm of your heart constantly and will notify the user with an electrocardiogram (ECG). A simple press of your thumb or finger to the metal panel on the band will give you an on-the-spot ECG reading. © Kardiaband The KardiaBand is now available to buy in the UK from AliveCor's website and can be shipped to India if you fancy it. You can even buy KardiaMobile, which basically works the same way as the band but does not require an Apple Watch. The band works on a subscription model and has a range of features depending on your membership type. The member ship costs INR 860 per month while the basic membership is free. The KardiaBand comes with a 30-dau free trial for the premium subscription which can be cancelled anytime. © Kardiaband The data collected by the band can be sent to your personal doctor for free and you can pay a little bit extra to have it analysed by a cardiologist. Once your ECGs are sent to a doctor, you will receive a response with findings within 24 hours.
  23. The famous singer-turned-preacher along with his wife was killed in the Islamabad-bound PIA PK-661 flight that crashed near Havelian on December 7 To say that Junaid Jamshed?s music is immortal would be an understatement. The late singer left signing the ballads and catchy pop songs that made him Pakistan?s heartthrob, but the one thing he never abandoned was music. ?Music is the original, authentic language which brings together everyone together,? Jamshed can be seen saying in a new documentary released by Salman Ahmad today. The documentary is a tribute to the late singer, and ?a celebration of the life and times of a Vital Sign?. The roughly 8-minute long documentary features various video clips from JJ?s early life and his performances with a song by Salman Ahmed in tribute of JJ playing in the background. You can watch the documentary here. The famous singer-turned-preacher along with his wife was killed in the Islamabad-bound PIA PK-661 flight that crashed near Havelian on December 7.
  24. There are so many negative opinions on millennials these days. We are selfish, we waste money, we don't understand what real struggle is like, we are ungrateful for our privileges, and we spend all our time on our phones instead of engaging with each other. From an older generation's perspective, all these may be true. But say what you will, there's one thing that is undeniable about millennials: we are explorers at heart. What does that mean? It means that we are more likely to take risks than any generation before us. We want to travel in order to try everything, we want to have a bouquet of diverse experiences before we die, and we're not afraid to be bold in our life choices. We demand more out of life than merely a comfortable 9-5 job, a spouse, and two children who grow up to attend good schools. We want to really live before we die: we want to squeeze as much juice out of our experiences as possible. Carpe diem is our motto. © Thinkstock/Getty Images Studies show that millennials are getting married later than ever before. We might put it off to our thirties or even our forties. Settling down has taken a backseat, we are in favour of casual dating and travelling and moving to new places. I was looking at my Facebook feed the other day, and noted how very few of my friends live in the place they were born or raised in. It's very common for us to have trajectories that span multiple countries, because we're trying out what it might be like to live in Berlin, or Portugal, or Dubai for a while. After all, it's cheaper to travel than it used to be. Why not take advantage of that? When you're hungry to explore new cultures, why not hitchhike, save money by living in AirBnBs, make friends with the locals and try food that you've never tasted before? If older generations are the ones who always order the same tried and tested restaurant dishes, you could think of the millennial as the person who orders squid-ink pasta or Maggi pizza. We want to be adventurous and we're not afraid. One of my friends is using her life savings to do a round-the-world trip for one year (which reminds me of the book Around The World in Forty Days). Although it can be a scary thing to do, one must admit it's courageous. That's the one thing that millennials aren't short of: courage. Even though it may be foolhardy at times. If we don't put anything on the line, we don't stand to lose anything. And for the true millennial, that's a fate that's worse than death. We aren't afraid to quit conventional office jobs if they don't satisfy us. We aren't afraid to start businesses that nobody might have heard of before, but that we think there might be a market for. Like Uber, but for puppies to deliver to your door when you're having a bad day! How about a healthy-eating service each day, or flowers tailored to suit your living room? Or, what about an app that stops you from drunk-texting your ex? Anything is possible in this era of digital disruption of traditional business. © Thinkstock/Getty Images So many of us are fashion bloggers, writers, entrepreneurs, graphic designers or social media influencers. We are increasingly abandoning the traditional career paths that our parents and grandparents might have encouraged us to follow. After all, if our hearts aren't in medicine or engineering, why not explore creative avenues? The world is changing rapidly enough to accommodate these new jobs. There's room for our unconventional ambitions. Imagine trying to explain to your grandmother what a lifestyle blogger was, or what a meme-maker did on a day to day basis. It's not easy to comprehend the myriad ways in which the world has changed, but we can be sure of one thing: things are possible now that weren't even conceivable before. Who are we to stay in our narrow, safe avenues when a brave new world is calling to us? There's no longer just one blueprint for a successful life. Although we may face pressure from our families to pursue their traditional ideas for success, I believe that millennials are able to withstand that pressure in order to carve their own paths. © nadiadwala grandson entertainment “Why not?” asked one of my friends, when somebody asked her about the climbing boot camp she was talking about. “It has always been my ambition to climb Everest, and that's such a complex endeavor that I need to take time to prepare for it.” “But what will you get out of it?” pressed the other person. “Do you want to become a mountaineer? Because that's a lot of investment in something that doesn't have much of a payback, it seems to me.” “No,” said my friend simply. “I don't have a reason per se. But do I have to have a reason? Doing it is reason enough. The journey is what's important.” I think about that so often. I think millennials are more open than other people to actually 'do' things – as our elders would say – purely for the heck of it. If we really want to do something even though we know that other people might frown upon or judge, we would definitely do it. We aren't shackled by what society might think, in the same ways that older people are. If we want to have an open relationship, we'll try it out. If we want to work from home, we'll set up our office there. If we want to take two months off work to prepare for an Iron Man triathlon, we'll do it. It's not about winning. It's not about getting a trophy to place in a case, or about getting a livelihood or wage out of it, it's about what we get to experience along the way. That is the true explorer spirit. It is the same thing that drove men like Roald Amundsen to reach the South Pole. It is also the spirit that drove Robert Falcon Scott to try, even though he would eventually be beaten by Amundsen in the race to the Pole. As Scott wrote in his last letter to the public before he died: “We took risks, we knew we took them; things have come out against us, and therefore we have no cause for complaint, but bow to the will of Providence, determined still to do our best to the last ... Had we lived, I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance, and courage of my companions which would have stirred the heart.” © Thinkstock/Getty Images Those who are risk-averse cannot truly call themselves explorers. But nobody could accuse millennials of being risk-averse (the reverse generally holds true). We might invest all our savings in a cake-baking business, and fail – as most new businesses invariably do. However, we can have the satisfaction of knowing that we tried, that we were brave and that we did something that our hearts told us to do. We might die poorer or less successful than others, but we will die with no regrets. That is the true endeavor of an explorer's heart.
  25. There are some movies that are very dear to our heart. They define love, emotions, and sentiments for us. 'Titanic' starring Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet is one of those films. It doesn't need any introduction, every moment between Jack and Rose is so heart-warming that we often wish we had someone who could love us that way. Every time you watch it, you discover something new and beautiful about it. But what if we tell you there is something that you haven't watched yet? Isn't that exciting? After all, who wouldn't want to see something new from Jack and Rose's life. © ParamountPictures 'Titanic' is one film that is aired almost every week on a movie channel and we aren't complaining; we love watching this marvellous piece by filmmaker James Cameron. And the song 'My Heart Will Go On' still strikes all the right chords in our hearts. The film is loved by zillions of people across the globe. The story till date gives us goosebumps. From debating about how Rose could have saved Jack to feeling sad for him, we have done it all. © ParamountPictures And just when we thought there was enough that we have seen, we came across a deleted clip of 'Titanic' that no one has seen ever. One look at the clip and the way you look at the film will change. This film that scooped 11 Oscars would have been more emotional if this clip would have been a part of the film. This small clip takes us to the climax of the film when the survivors of the ship were taken to the rescue ship. The video gives you a glimpse of what the film could have been like if it was part of the final cut. Rose is seen arriving last on the ship, with attendants helping her. The haunting look of losing Jack has been flawlessly expressed through her eyes. You can see her hurting. The clip also has a part where her mom can be seen searching around for her daughter. Even though there are no dialogues, you can actually feel the tragedy and the loss. © ParamountPictures People who came across the clip are really disappointed that it was axed from the movie. One of the viewers commented on YouTube, “They should have added this scene. Poor Ismay with those poor survivors looking at him with disgust.” Another one wrote, “Such a shame this was cut... The Carpathia really deserved more screen time.” And one more said, “Why was this cut? The scenes of Rose numb with grief is a perfect closure to Jack dying.” Check out the clip here and let us know what you feel about it: