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  1. Bollywood powerhouse performer Deepika Padukone is having a lucky year. First making a transition to Hollywood, the actress has now received a nomination for Action Movie Actress for her film ?xXx: Return of Xander Cage?. The actress would be fighting for the Teen Choice Award along with none other than ?Wonder Woman?, Gal Gadot. Other nominees are Michelle Rodriguez for ?The Fate of The Furious?, Kaya Scodelario for ?Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales? and costars Nina Dobrev and Ruby Rose. The award ceremony would be held on August 13 in Los Angeles. ?
  2. VIRGINIA: A 17-year-old American Muslim girl was beaten and abducted after leaving a mosque in Virginia on Sunday by a man who police later arrested on suspicion of murder after her body was found dumped in a pond, authorities said. The attack spurred an outpouring of grief and horror in a Muslim community that has been gathering to pray at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque about 30 miles outside Washington in observance of the last 10 days of Ramadan. The attack happened early on Sunday after the victim and several friends walking outside the mosque got into a dispute with a motorist in the community of Sterling, the Fairfax County Police Department said in a statement. At one point, the motorist got out of his car and assaulted the girl, police said. The teen was reported missing by her friends who scattered during the attack and could not find her afterwards, touching off an hours-long search by authorities in Fairfax and Loudoun counties. At around 3pm, the remains of a female believed to be the teen victim were found in a pond in Sterling, police said. During the search for the missing teen, authorities stopped a motorist "driving suspiciously in the area" and arrested the driver, later identified as identified as Darwin Martinez Torres, 22. Police obtained a murder warrant that charges Torres for her death, the Fairfax County Police Department said. A police spokeswoman told reporters the attack followed some sort of dispute between the man and the girls, and authorities had not ruled out hate as a motivation for the attack. The number of anti-Muslim bias incidents in the United States jumped 57 percent in 2016 to 2,213, up from 1,409 in 2015, the Council on American-Islamic Relations advocacy group said in a report last month. While the group had been seeing a rise in anti-Muslim incidents prior to Donald Trump's stunning rise in last year's presidential primaries and November election victory, it said the acceleration in bias incidents was due in part to Trump's focus on militant groups and anti-immigrant rhetoric. In an incident in London on Monday, a van ploughed into worshippers leaving a mosque, killing at least one person and injuring several in what Britain's largest Muslim organisation said was a deliberate act of Islamophobia. Isra Chaker, a person who said in a Facebook post that she was close to a family friend of the victim in the Virginia incident, said the driver came out with a baseball bat and began swinging it at the girls, Chaker said. "She then went missing (presumably kidnapped/moved by the suspect) and was found dead this afternoon," Chaker said. An online fundraiser for the girl's family had raised $61,606 by Sunday evening. Police said a medical examiner will conduct an autopsy to confirm the victim's identity and cause of death, though detectives believe the body found in the pond was the missing girl.
  3. Graduation day is a very special day in a student's life and everybody tries to make it special in their own ways. But, this teen did something which not only made her graduation day special but also made it memorable for life. Madeleine Tarin honoured her parents in the cutest way by recreating a photo close to her family's heart. Tarin was by her parents' side as her mom graduated from high school in 2000, and can be seen proudly celebrating her mom's accomplishment while sitting on her dad's shoulders in a family photo. "I've always had this photo framed in my room and I believe this photo was unique to me and represented who I am," Tarin said. "I also found it pretty cool that I was at my mom's graduation with her." Tarin added. So, 17 years later at her own graduation from Chino Hills High School, Madeleine had the idea to recreate the photo in honor of her parents' hard work, and the result is pretty adorable.
  4. A tweet by US teen has left behind Ellen DeGeneres’ famous group selfie tweet, getting the most retweets in the world. “Yo @Wendy’s how many tweets for a year of free chicken nuggets,” tweeted Carter Wilkerson from the state of Nevada. Wendy’s a US fast food company, replied 18 million—surely in jest. Little did they know the tweet will not only reach the limit but also exceed it. Although the fast food chain had said it would take 18 million retweets for the 16-year-old to receive a year of free chicken nuggets, they immediately promised a year of free nuggets. The teen’s accomplishment was also acknowledged by The Guinness Book of World Records in a tweet. The record was previously held by the 2014 Oscars selfie tweeted by Degeneres, which had gone viral and inspired various similar group-selfies around the world. If only Bradley's arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars pic.twitter.com/C9U5NOtGap — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014
  5. High school athletes with access to a certified athletic trainer are more knowledgeable about concussions and their consequences, but that doesn’t make them more likely to report a concussion, a US study finds. “The underreporting of concussions is estimated to be high, and the No. 1 reason athletes do not report a concussion is because they do not want to lose playing time,” lead study author Jessica Wallace of Youngstown State University in Ohio said by email. Although experts estimate that athletic trainers are present in 86 percent of US high schools, only about 37 percent of high schools employ one full-time. In high schools with no athletic trainer, athletes are five times more likely to not report concussion symptoms because they didn’t know they had a concussion, Wallace told Reuters Health. Sports-related concussions account for about 4 percent to 9 percent of high school injuries and have symptoms such as headaches, confusion, nausea, amnesia and trouble sleeping. “This study sheds light on the multiple reasons why student-athletes may not report a concussion, including not thinking the injury was serious enough to require medical attention or not wanting to let the team down,” Wallace said. She and her colleagues surveyed 715 student athletes ages 13 to 19, including 438 students who had access to an athletic trainer. Athletes answered 83 questions about their own concussion history, concussion knowledge, responses in specific scenarios, signs and symptoms of a concussion and reasons why an athlete would not report a concussion. Overall, 55 percent of high school athletes underreported concussions. Eighty-seven percent of athletes from schools without athletic trainers understood the dangers of concussions, as compared to 94 percent from the schools with athletic trainers. Similarly, 61 percent of athletes from schools without athletic trainers understood the signs and symptoms of a concussion, compared to 78 percent from the schools with athletic trainers. Overall, in the schools without athletic trainers, 16 percent more athletes thought they could continue playing if they believed they had a concussion and 12 percent more athletes thought they could continue playing with concussion symptoms. This knowledge gap is prominent and should be addressed, the study authors write in a special concussion-themed issue of the Journal of Athletic Training. “The athletic trainer serves a vital role in the health and safety of high-school athletes,” Wallace said. “One of the athletic trainer’s responsibilities is to help educate athletes, coaches and parents about concussions that appear to be happening within high schools.” At the same time, access to an athletic trainer wasn’t linked to a higher proportion of concussions being reported, the study found. In the survey, about 46 percent of the students said they had experienced a potential concussion during play and only 21 percent had reported it to an authority figure at the time. About 19 percent of these incidents were reported in schools without athletic trainers, compared to 25 percent in schools with athletic trainers, a difference too small to rule out the possibility it was due to chance. “This multifaceted issue includes many reasons why students may choose not to disclose an injury, including knowledge, intention and attitude,” said Johna Register-Mihalik of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who developed the concussion survey used in the current study but was not part of the study team.One limitation of the study is that the students came from 14 schools in two Michigan metro areas and participated in football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, soccer or cheerleading, which may limit how broadly the results can be generalized, the authors note. The Michigan students received state-mandated concussion education based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HEADS UP program. Wallace and colleagues recommend that this or a similar education program be used to target schools without an athletic trainer in order to talk about the signs, symptoms and dangers of concussion. “Improving concussion protocol will extend into other issues with student athletes, such as lack of mental health disclosure and allowing play when athletes are injured or sick,” Register-Mihalik said. “Involving parents, coaches and students can create a safe playing environment.”
  6. Even though Nirvana didn’t put out a lot of music, they still have so many incredible songs. Their entire discography is made up of three studio albums, a couple live records and a handful of Eps and obviously that includes the iconic ‘Nevermind’, that revolutionized music. The band’s sound was basically rock mixed with punk, that led to the ‘grunge’ revolution. These are our top picks, and yes ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ is really good, but it’s too overrated and honestly, Nirvana has a lot of better songs. Check out pick for the 15 best tunes by them below:- 1. Lithium – Nevermind 2. Heart-Shaped Box – In Utero 3. The Man Who Sold The World 4. Come As You Are – Nevermind 5. About A Girl – Bleach 6. Rape Me – In Utero 7. Polly – Nevermind 8. Breed – Nevermind 9. Where Did You Sleep Last Night 10. Lounge Act – Nevermind 11. I Hate Myself And Want To Die – In Utero 12. Something In The Way – Nevermind 13. All Apologies – In Utero 14. In Bloom – Nevermind 15. On A Plain – Nevermind
  7. While applying to the prestigious Stanford University, high school senior Zaid Ahmed took a huge risk. When he was asked “What matters to you, and why?”, the only thing that came to his mind was #BlackLivesMatter. Ahmed, who is a senior at Princeton Day School in Princeton in New Jersey, answered that question by writing #BlackLivesMatter exactly a 100 times. And, seems like it was the best answer he could’ve given, as he got his acceptance letter on Friday. © Instagram "I was actually stunned when I opened the update and saw that I was admitted," Ahmed said in an email. "I didn't think I would get admitted to Stanford at all, but it's quite refreshing to see that they view my unapologetic activism as an asset rather than a liability." Ahmed even shared this news on his Twitter, and tweeted both his answer and the acceptance along with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. The tweet already has more than 1,000 Retweets and over 3,000 Likes and been retweeted by members of Campaign Zero, a police reform campaign, and some of its founders, Brittany Packnett and Samuel Sinyangwe. I submitted this answer in my @Stanford application, & yesterday, I was admitted...#BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/R5YxM77bWL — Ziad Ahmed (@ziadtheactivist) April 1, 2017 "My unapologetic progressivism is a central part of my identity, and I wanted that to be represented adequately in my application," Ahmed said. According to Ahmed, his Islamic faith and his commitment to justice go hand in hand as he believes he wouldn't be practicing his religion correctly if he turned a blind eye to the injustices the black community faces on a daily basis. © Instagram "To me, to be Muslim is to be a BLM ally, and I honestly can't imagine it being any other way for me," Ahmed said. "Furthermore, it's critical to realize that one-fourth to one-third of the Muslim community in America are black ... and to separate justice for Muslims from justices for the black community is to erase the realities of the plurality of our community."
  8. Rohit Singh, 17, was sitting on his terrace with his cousin when he noticed that the tail of an airplane flying overhead was on fire. He notified his father and they immediately informed the police. Their presence of mind and swiftness ended up saving the lives of 194 passengers that were onboard! © The Indian Express The Bengaluru-bound flight had just taken off from Delhi when these two teenage boys spotted smoke and took action. They contacted the police at 7:40pm and the flight ended up making an emergency landing at 7:47 pm. This extremely quick response by the police and the flight captain ended up saving 194 lives! © Flight It was later discovered that one of the GoAir flight’s engines had failed. All the necessary precautions were taken during the emergency landing with fire safety and ambulances on standby to handle any untoward situation. Well, kudos to these teenagers and their alertness that prevented this incident from turning into a tragedy! Source – The Indian Express