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  1. Shah Rukh Khan needs no introduction. He is one of those actors who is known and loved worldwide. So much so, that for some people abroad, SRK is what comes to their mind as soon as they hear the word Bollywood. From Sophia the robot, to Hollywood actors like Hugh Jackman, the Badshah of Bollywood has earned a fan in celebrities of every country and age. But there is one celebrity who is pretty much obsessed with him. But the problem is that you can't see him. via GIPHY Or maybe you can now. If you still haven't got it (shame on you), it's John Cena you guys. via GIPHY Time and again, John has made it evident that he looks up to Shah Rukh Khan and that his words have inspired him. And just like in the past, he posted yet another random picture of SRK with one of his quotes on Instagram and very casually left his Indian fans shook. A post shared by John Cena (@johncena) on Feb 19, 2018 at 10:14am PST Cena's account is as weird and random as it can get, as he is known for posting just about anything and everything that fancies him and that somehow includes a lot of 'India' related things. Like this one of Rahul Dravid and his quote. A post shared by John Cena (@johncena) on Dec 10, 2017 at 1:50am PST Or this one with a 'Happy Republic Day' message on 26th January for his Indian fans. A post shared by John Cena (@johncena) on Jan 26, 2018 at 6:59am PST He also posted a picture of Aamir Khan once with no explanation or caption whatsoever. A post shared by John Cena (@johncena) on Jan 24, 2018 at 7:31am PST And of course, he has posted about SRK and his wise words previously too. A post shared by John Cena (@johncena) on Jan 10, 2018 at 7:15am PST The two have even indulged in a Twitter conversation last year and this was just what their fans needed. It's clear that John Cena loves India and its people and now we only hope that SRK notices this too and fulfills our dream of seeing the two together.
  2. The statement comes after Nawaz in an apparent jibe at Nisar, who has publicly expressed reservations over various party policies, said that ?certain people had advised the party chief against taking out the rally through GT Road?-Photo News ISLAMABAD: Spokesman for the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Chauhdry Nisar on Wednesday issued a clarification against ?accusations? hurled by party leaders in a meeting held a day before. A statement said that the decision that the rally by party chief Nawaz Sharif in August last year should be taken through motorway was taken in a meeting attended by party leaders, including Nawaz. The statement comes after Nawaz in an apparent jibe at Nisar, who has publicly expressed reservations over various party policies, said that ?certain people had advised me against taking out the rally through GT Road?. ?Where are those people now,? asked Nawaz from a gathering of party leaders and workers. GT Road rally: Nawaz's caravan moving through Rawalpindi Nawaz is expected to spend the night in Rawalpindi tonight, will address party workers at Committee chowk PML-N leader Talal Chaudhry meanwhile told Nawaz that taking out the rally through GT Road was a ?turning point? [for the party]. An individual had even asked me to catch a plane from Lahore from Islamabad to attend the rally, Nawaz said. Nisar, in the statement, refuted the claims and said a party meeting held in Murree had suggested to Nawaz to take the motorway route due to security concerns. Nawaz had also asked Nisar to convince Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif of the same, Nisar said. The decision was changed later on, Nisar claimed. About the suggestion that Nawaz should take a plane, Nisar said that he no clue as to who made the suggestion and that at least no one in the meeting did. Nawaz should point out who made the suggestion, Nisar added. Nisar, who was the former interior minister, refused to be part of the new cabinet formed after the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif by Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case. Prior to that he had criticised the government?s handling of the DawnLeaks as well as other senior party leaders. Nisar also recently said that he will not be willing to work under Nawaz?s children.
  3. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi inaugurated National Incubation Centre in Peshawar on January 13, 2017. Photo: Radio Pakistan PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi remarked on Saturday that revolution comes from working and not from tall claims. ?We have proven ourselves by working [for the betterment of country],? he said while addressing the inauguration ceremony of National Incubation Centre in Peshawar. We can only move forward if we work otherwise we will go back home, he claimed. ?The nation will make its decision after four to five months. We will accept the decision people make,? he remarked. The PM said that it is the responsibility of the government to provide the broadband facility in every nook and cranny of the country. This, he said, will help the youth stand on their own feet and also steer the country out of the challenges of extremism. PM Abbasi remarked the country was lagging behind in the field of information technology and telecommunication when PML-N assumed power in 2013. Licenses of 3G and 4G were delayed for five years but after assuming power, we transparently issued licenses. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said it is the first government that not only conceptualised the projects but also completed them. He said we spread the network of motorways, added ten thousand megawatt of electricity to the system and signed gas agreements worth billions of dollars. Speaking of the centre, the PM expressed the hope that the centre will prove to be a milestone in IT sector and for people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said that business and job opportunities will be generated by bringing revolution in IT sector. For this, he sought the cooperation of the provincial and the local governments. Meanwhile, addressing the ceremony Minister of State for Information Technology Anusha Rehman said the country's technology centre is witnessing a revolution. She said that 3G projects are being executed in far-flung area which will be completed this year, She recalled that in 2013 internet facility was available only in three percent areas. Today the broadband facility has reached 35 percent areas of the country.
  4. Do you know how SpaceX came into existence? Right from his childhood, through books and comics, Elon was fascinated by the idea of sending people on other planets, making humanity a multi-planetary species. At first, he thought of buying a rocket to send a greenhouse to Mars to see if plants could grow there. He thought the best place to buy a “cheap” enough rocket for this task was from Russia, so off he went to try and buy some. He wanted to turn Cold War Russian missiles into interplanetary rockets. What he quickly learned was that the rockets were not cheap and thus he abandoned the idea. Then what? He switched to what is known as the “first principle thinking”, which is actually going deep into the basics of how rockets are built. © AZ quotes Back in 2012 in an interview, Elon Musk told Chris Anderson of Wired magazine that it was a lack of affordable technology--and the high cost, which was the result of some "pretty silly things" in the aerospace industry, like using legacy rocket technology from the 1960s. So, Elon decided to build the cheap ones with the help of better technology. Anderson said: I've heard that the attitude is essentially that you can't fly a component that hasn't already flown. Musk replied: Right, which is obviously a catch-22, right? There should be a Groucho Marx joke about that. So, yeah, there's a tremendous bias against taking risks. Everyone is trying to optimize their ass-covering. Right there is the six-word line we're talking about - bias against a risk that everyone is “trying to optimize their ass-covering.” People get stuck producing a legacy product because they can't risk innovation at the cost of their profit models suffering. In our personal lives, it could be that colleague who is afraid of following what really matters to him or her. It could be a dream job or moving to a new place or being your own boss by choosing entrepreneurship over a 9 to 5 lifestyle. © Career Attraction It could also be like being stuck in a lousy relationship just because you are afraid of living alone, even when you are living with less than what you deserve. In the end, we are all a little bit afraid to leave our comfort zones and all we need is a little inspiration at the right time. You need to cast aside your fears, ready yourself to enter an uncomfortable zone, and accept the chance you may fail. That is life and that's how you move on and make it better. Stop optimizing your ass-covering, instead, start optimizing your opportunities and you will see the sun shining brightly again in your life, on your side.
  5. Each year, new words tend to make their way into the global conversation, either through a big event or moment in pop culture. However, the way to correctly pronounce the words can prove to be challenging for most people. Professional captioners, the people who produce the subtitles for TV and movies for the deaf, have identified the words they found were the most commonly mispronounced in 2017. The list includes Gal Gadot, star of ?Wonder Woman?, and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein who has been accused of multiple acts of sexual misconduct. The list has been prepared by language-learning app Babbel, which commissioned US Captioning Company, an organisation for captioning professionals, to identify prominent words in 2017 that were tough for people on TV to say, according to CNN. Here?s the complete list of the 10 most mispronounced words last year: Bokeh (boh-keh): A Japanese word referring to the out-of-focus areas of a photograph, and the name of an American science-fiction film. Coulrophobia (cool-ruh-foh-bee-ah): The term for a fear of clowns, which saw a surge in popularity with the release of the film adaptation of Stephen King's "It." Dotard (doh-terd): North Korean leader Kim Jong Un used this archaic word for an elderly person considered to be weak or senile to refer to President Donald Trump. Fibromyalgia (fai-broh-mai-ahl-jyah): A chronic illness with symptoms such as widespread muscular pain. Lady Gaga became a public figure for the illness when she announced her personal suffering on Twitter in September. Gal Gadot (gal gah-dott): She's the Israeli actress who starred in the box office hit "Wonder Woman" in May. Her last name is sometimes mispronounced with a silent "t." Namibia (nah-mih-bee-ah): The southwest African nation was mentioned in a speech by President Trump to the United Nations, where he mispronounced the country as "Nambia." Nuclear (noo-klee-ar): An energy source and form of missile armament. (NOT PRONOUNCED noo-kyoo-lar.) Puerto Rico (pwehr-toh ree-coh): A Caribbean island and overseas US territory devastated by Hurricane Maria. Trump famously pronounced it, er, like this. Pyongyang (pyong-yang): The capital of North Korea Weinstein (wine-steen): The surname of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Linguists have debated the pronunciation of his name, which strictly (some argue) should rhyme with Einstein. But Weinstein himself pronounces it "wine-steen."
  6. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/06178d3809d6b2c34b5468a2bfe1003e.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMjcvMjAxNyA2OjUwOjIxIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9TkVuZ3RMVzdVR0ZsZE1hcnhjRmlEZz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: A spokesman for the Punjab government on Monday blamed the federation for the change of words in the part pertaining to Khatm-e-Nabuwat (Finality of Prophethood) in the Elections Bill 2017. Speaking on Geo News programme 'Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath', Malik Ahmed Khan said that if the same bill had been adopted by the Punjab Assembly, then the provincial law minister would have been responsible for it, but this was federation's matter. Khan said that if Shehbaz Sharif had demanded the removal from the cabinet of those responsible for the change, then he was justified in doing so. He said the Punjab government had kept the sit-in by a religious group contained for 20-25 days and the allegation against the provincial government of sending protesters to the federal capital was baseless. "The protesters were informed that the changes made to the affidavit were not intentional and there was no conspiracy behind it," the spokesman said. "Participants of the sit-in had said they would return after getting their protest recorded, but they backtracked from their commitment and staged a sit-in [in Islamabad] instead." Khan said that, according to statistics available with the provincial government, the number of protesters was not more than 2,000 and that it was believed they would leave the capital by 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal for their religious obligations. The Punjab government spokesman said the amendment in 7B and 7C was unacceptable to him. "We too are ready to sacrifice our lives for the sake of the dignity of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). If Shehbaz Sharif demanded his party leader to have the responsible person excluded from the cabinet, then it was not wrong." The spokesman maintained that the decision of Zahid Hamid's resignation as law minister was right, questioning as to how the bill was amended and why there was an absence of due diligence in the case. He also denied that there were any differences between Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif. Khan said that whosoever was responsible for the change of words should have stepped down, as was the demand by the protesters. It is pertinent to note here that Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif held an hour-long meeting with Zahid Hamid on Sunday night. Hours after the meeting, Hamid had stepped down as the federal law minister.
  7. Have you ever tried to resist one bad habit that you consciously indulge in despite being aware of its harmful effects on your health, career, and relationships? After all, we are all human and imperfect which means that we are easily prone to bad habits. But as the human experience dictates, anything in excess is always harmful, so what if one day you decide to break that habit and save your relationship, career or anything that is of utter importance in your life. © the278thword First of all, you will decide to quit that habit of yours, then you will look for motivation outside and for the most part, you will fail. If failing is a part of this exercise, why take this worthless journey and all the suffering along with it? Maybe because you know you deserve a better life than this? There will come a time when you will fail again and again, multiple times but here is a specific strategy that could help you minimise those chances of failure immensely. According to a study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, the use of the words "I can't" versus "I don't." could prove to be one of the most powerful ways to secure the achievement of your goals. Here is the clue, read carefully. As per the study the participants who wanted to have healthier eating habits were asked to say "I don't eat X" (i.e. "I don't eat chocolate") or "I can't eat X" when faced with an "unhealthy option such as an ice cream or an opportunity to miss a workout." It was observed that those who used the phrase "I don't" before refusing temptation were found to choose a healthier alternative far more than those who used the phrase "I can't." It is that simple, just a game of two words. In another experiment, it was seen that 20 women who were working toward fitness goals used "I don't" or "I can't" when they were tempted to skip their workout or eat unhealthily. The study showed that 80% of the women using "I don't" in place of "I can't" were still pursuing their fitness goals successfully, while 90% of those who used "I can't" failed to do so by the end of the study. Now, you may ask, how can the use of a language in a certain way affect your actions? The answer is simple, it strengthens the structure inside your brain working towards achieving that particular goal. It's all a game of psychology. You develop a brain muscle against everything that is stopping you from achieving your goal. © Thinkstock/Getty Images So when you use "I don't" instead of "I can't," you experience increased feelings of empowerment and strong levels of determination. That's the magic of these simple but incredible words. To strengthen your belief in these words, here is what Oliver Burkeman, journalist and author of the book, 'The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking', has to say, "The 'can't' framing implies an external restraint, which feels disempowering...To say that you 'don't' do something, by contrast, suggests autonomy, as well as long-term commitment." From now on, say “I Don't” in place of “I Can't” and accomplish what you want to because no one can stop you now, not even yourself.
  8. A firefighter who rescued Princess Diana has spoken for the first time to the media about the accident that killed her 20 years ago. ?This is the first time I have spoken to the media. As a fireman you are part of the French military so you are forbidden to talk. Now I have left the fire service I felt it was OK,? said Xavier Gourmelon, who is 50 and served as firefighter for 20 years. Princess Diana, who was a favourite with the paparazzi and loved world over for her graceful personality, was killed in a fatal car crash in Paris with his lover Dodi Fayed and the driver. Gourmelon told The Sun that he rushed to the accident site and saw the princess still conscious. He proceeded to pull her out of the car, gave her a CPR, which revived her heartbeat. ?We were very close to there and it took less than three minutes to reach it. My ten-man team was in two trucks and we were first to arrive,? he said. ?The car was in a mess and we just dealt with it like any road accident. Diana said to me, My God, what?s happened?? ?The woman, who I later found out was Princess Diana, was on the floor in the back. She was moving very slightly and I could see she was alive. ?I could see she had a slight injury to her right shoulder but, other than that, there was nothing significant. There was no blood on her at all,? he said. Gourmelon held Diana?s hand as he tried to calm her and give her oxygen. She seemed fine for some time but stopped breathing afterwards. ?We are all trained to give first aid and I saw that she suffered a cardiac arrest and stopped breathing. ?I massaged her heart and a few seconds later she started breathing again. It was a relief of course because, as a first responder, you want to save lives ? and that?s what I thought I had done. ?To be honest I thought she would live. As far as I knew when she was in the ambulance she was alive and I expected her to live. But I found out later she had died in hospital. It was very upsetting. The former fighter says that he remembers the incident as if it was yesterday and that ?the memory of that night will stay with me forever". ?Mr Fayed was in the back and in a bad condition, he had a cardiac arrest in the car and when he was taken out he was declared dead by a paramedic. The bodyguard in the front was conscious, but he was trapped and had very severe facial injuries. He kept asking for the princess, saying, ?Where is she? Where is she?? But my team told him to keep calm and not speak. I told him that none of my men spoke English so it was better for him to keep still and not move. I told him not to worry we were looking after everyone,? said Gourmelon.
  9. If there's one author who can turn around a bad evening, it's PG Wodehouse. No matter how deep you are in the sh*t, his mean humour will find a way to cheer you up. With an exhaustive list of over 90 books and 200 short stories, Wodehouse has left us with a huge chunk of crisp literature to consume. Good writers don't really mince words and so shouldn't you. Many a great evening has been ruined by people merely out of obligation to be polite. But worry not, we bring you some of the best wisecracks by Wodehouse that double up as sassy comebacks to throw in the face of those you can't suffer. © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia Next time someone advises you on your life, you give them this © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia I'd call you a party kicker © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia You all know someone you want to say this to © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia When someone tells you you should apologize © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia This is worth a shot © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia Killing ‘em softly © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia Why now my man Jeeves! © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia © Thinkstock Photos/Disha Bhatia
  10. You may have heard the phrase; 'a dying man never lies', maybe that's why their words count so much. When someone is on the verge of life and death,their words generally resonate with you. Here is a compilation of memorable last words spoken by some famous people 1. Sir Isaac Newton, mathematician, astronomer, and physicist © Open Culture He said, “I don't know what I may seem to the world. But as to myself, I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore and diverting myself now and then in finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than the ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.” 2. Leonardo da Vinci, an Italian Renaissance polymath whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, literature, anatomy, and cartography. © Unique Life He died saying, “I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.” 3. Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States © The Philanthropy Roundtable As he lay dying at the age of 84, his daughter told him to change his position in bed so he could breathe properly. Franklin's last words were, “A dying man can do nothing easy.” 4. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, British writer best known for his detective fiction featuring the character of Sherlock Holmes © Goodreads He died at age 71 in his garden. He turned to his wife and said, “You are wonderful,”. He clutched his chest and died. 5. T.S. Eliot, British essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic, and "one of the twentieth century's major poets" © Paris Review He was only able to whisper one word as he died: “Valerie,” the name of his wife. 6. Ernest Hemingway, American novelist, short story writer, and journalist © History Cooperative Before he committed suicide, he told his wife Mary, “Goodnight, my kitten.” 7. Sir Winston Churchill, served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. © ITV His last words were, “I'm bored with it all.” 8. Steve Jobs', co-founder of Apple Inc © EWAO According to his sister Mona, the Apple founder's last words were, "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow." 9. Archimedes, Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer © Steemit He said, "Stand away, fellow, from my diagram!" He was killed during the Second Punic War. According to historians, a soldier came up to the mathematician and told him to go with him to Marcellus. Archimedes refused to do so until he finished the problem he was working on. Enraged, the soldier killed him. 10. Eugene O'Neill, American playwright and Nobel laureate in Literature © Beaming Notes His last words were, “I knew it! I knew it! Born in a hotel room and, goddamn it, dying in a hotel room.” He was born in a room at the Broadway Hotel on what is now Times Square. He died at age 65 in a Boston hotel. 11. Napoléon Bonaparte, French military, and political leader: © Getty Images His last words were, "France, the army, the head of the army, Joséphine." 12. Charles Darwin, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory: © YouTube/ C0nc0rdance Just before dying said, "I am not the least afraid to die." 13. Thomas Edison, inventor, and businessman: © Bio "It is very beautiful out there." Right before his death, as he came out of a coma and opened his eyes, he reportedly said the above quote to his wife. He was probably referring to the view outside his window. 14. Bob Marley, musician: © EWAO "Money can't buy life." 15. Ludwig van Beethoven, composer, and pianist: © YouTube/CloudBiography Though his last words are not confirmed but some say the composer, who was deaf by the end of his life, said: "I will hear in heaven" while others say he said: "Plaudite, amici, comedia finita est" (Applaud, friends, the comedy is finished) And some others say that after a publisher brought the composer 12 bottles of wine, his final words were: "Pity, pity, too late!"
  11. The 7th season is on and as we overdose on ‘Game of Thrones' theories, trying to imagine every possible plot twist, we can't help but wonder about the new words GoT has introduced. Weddings, for GoT fans, will never have the same meaning now. And winter? We have another reason to look forward to it now. Like with every epic fantasy fiction, the author has introduced a whole range of words and phrases to accommodate the many myths, houses, supernatural elements and tradition. We look at the best words ‘Game of Thrones' has introduced to us. Which one's your favourite? 1. Valar Morghulis © MensXP/Disha Bhatia A rather grim greeting in Braavos, Valar Morghulis (in High Valyrian) translates to ‘All men must die'. It is first used by Jaqen H'ghar, the faceless assassin who helps Arya escape prison in Harrenhal. The phrase helps Arya make her journey to Braavos and to the House of Black and White, where the Faceless Men live. 2. Valar Doheris © MensXP/Disha Bhatia The response to Valar Morghulis, Valar Doheris is part of the customary greeting in Braavos. Fan theories have suggested that the phrase could refer to the fact that most of the people in Braavos are descendants of slaves who fled their masters and settled in Braavos, one of the most important of the Free Cities. 3. Dragonglass © MensXP/Disha Bhatia A type of volcanic glass that can kill a White Walker. Dragonglass is the only substance besides Valyrian steel that can kille the White Walkers. It is found in abundance on the island Dragonstone where Daenerys has currently set camp. Dragonglass was used by the Children of the Forest to create the White Walkers – the magic ritual involved thrusting a dragonglass shard into a human, making him turn into a White Walker. 4. Warg © MensXP/Disha Bhatia Wargs are people who can enter the mind of an animal and control it. They can also see the world through the eyes of the animal. The warg becomes numb during the act of warging. While wargs can only enter the minds of animals, an exception to it is when Bran wargs into Hodor. It is widely believed that all the Starks are wargs, but only Bran knows how to do it. Arya and Jon have been known to warg into their pet wolves, Nymeria and Ghost. 5. Khal © MensXP/Disha Bhatia A khal is the commander/leader of a Dothraki community, khalasar. Each khalasar could easily be made of thousands of Dothraki people. A Khal is a powerful warrior who earns the title after hard-won battles and extreme display of power and ability to defeat his enemies. It is said that the Dothraki warriors don't keep their hair long and cut it only when they are defeated in war. The longer the braid of a Dothraki warrior, the more wars he has won. Khal Drogo led a huge khalasar and had never cut his hair in his life. 6. Khaleesi © MensXP/Disha Bhatia Khaleesi is the title given to the wife of a khal. When a khal dies, the tribe leaves the Khaleesi behind and she is bound to join the dosh khaleen in Vaes Dothrak. Daenerys is the only khaleesi who refused to oblige and declared herself the leader of the Dothraki men and women who chose to follow her. 7. Greyscale © MensXP/Disha Bhatia A skin disease that makes the skin scaly and dead, Greyscale is a dangerous ailment that gradually affects the entire body of an individual leading to death. Besides Jorah Mormont, Shireen (daughter of King Stannis) suffered from Greyscale. The disease was prevented from advancing but it left half of her face disfigured. The disease is extremely infectious and spread from touching which is why those suffering from it are exiled to the ruins of old cities. Varys tells an interesting story behind the origins of the disease. Prince of the Rhoynar, Garin the Great, was defeated by the Valyrians who then rampaged his kingdom and made him watch as they went about killing his people and capturing women and children. A distressed Garin appealed to Mother Rhoyne and the city was flooded “with foul waters and a damp fog that caused the skin of the Valyrians to harden and crack, and thus was born grayscale," as recounted by Varys. 8. Maester © MensXP/Disha Bhatia A maester is a scholarly learned man and a healer in the Seven Kingdoms. Maesters are given an order of the Sigil, a golden chain consisting of 12 links, to be worn in the neck. The heavier the chain of a maester, the more learned he is. Every House has a royal maester. The Order of the maesters is a non-religious one and the maesters often serve as advisors to their king. 9. Septon © MensXP/Disha Bhatia Unlike the order of the maesters, the Septon is a religious order. A septon is a male clergy member of the Faith of the Seven, the dominant religion in the Seven kingdoms. They function as priests and advocates of the religion. 10. Mhysa © MensXP/Disha Bhatia Mhysa is the name give to Daenerys when she frees the people of Yunkai from the Masters. The word means ‘mother' in the Ghiscari language. 11. Wildlings © MensXP/Disha Bhatia Wildlings is the name given by the people of the Seven Kingdoms to the Free Folk who live beyond the Wall. They are descendents of the First Men and are divided from the Northerners by the Wall which was originally built to protect the Seven kingdoms from White Walkers. The Free Folk don't follow a monarchic order and choose their leader themselves. ‘Wildlings' is a derogatory term given to them. 12. White Walker © MensXP/Disha Bhatia The White Walkers are the enemy behind the Wall. Snow-cold icy dead men marching across a frozen sea, killing anyone they touch. A clever synonym for zombies basically. The White Walkers were created by the Children of the Forest to protect themselves from the Andals, but soon they went rogue and the Children of the Forest could no longer control them. They can transform any dead body north of the Wall into another White Walker.
  12. Melisandre has always been somewhat of a mystery and we loved the touch of magic in the show, save for the fact that her miscalculated prediction causes the death of a little girl. After all, dragons can't do much beyond breathing fire, can they? In her brief appearance in episode 3, Melisandre drops a very important hint about Varys that we have most probably missed. © HBO After bringing fire and ice together, Melisandre decides to leave Dragonstone; of course, we know why she is avoiding Jon Snow and Ser Davos – the blood of a little girl on her hands doesn't look too good. She tells a suspicious Varys that she is going to Volantis. Varys slyly tells her not to return to Dragonstone as it might not be safe for her anymore. Melisandre's response "I will return [...] one last time. I have to die in this strange country, just like you" left both Varys and the viewers stumped. What did she mean?! Is she predicting Varys' death? Does she know something we don't? © HBO First things first, if you thought Varys was being hostile towards the Red Witch for no reason, you are right. The reason can be traced back to the tragic incident that changed his life forever. Varys was bought by a sorcerer who castrated him as part of a magic ritual and later left him to die on the streets. He confesses to Tyrion that he hates magic and sorcerers and explains his dislike of the Red Witch. © HBO If you recall, Varys hears a voice from the flames, a fact he is uncomfortable with. The fact that Varys has a connection with the supernatural world has been established in the show. Fan theories suggest that he is not lowborn, but of royal blood – something the Red Witch also hints at when she says, “None of us are common folk anymore.” It is believed that the voice speaks to him during the blood ritual, because he is of royal blood. © HBO Melisandre's prediction of his death hints at two major possibilities – Varys could betray Daenerys, the result of which would be him being burned alive, or he could be capable of magic himself, just like the Red Witch, even though he hates it. Throwback to season 6 when Kinvara, a priestess in R'hllor, stumps Varys by asking him "Should I tell you what the voice said? Should I tell you the name of the one who spoke?" Was the voice predicting his death? Does he know he will die in fire? Varys, if he indeed betrays Daenerys, could then change the course of war since he is an insider in her camp and would be privy to the most confidential of plans. Whatever it is, one thing is for sure – Varys will not have a linear role in the coming episodes.
  13. <p><iframe width="480" height="360" title="YouTube video player" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/QWKyaFDXQbw?showinfo=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> </iframe></p><p class="MsoNormal">Have you ever met someone who has looked at you once and judged you about a 1000 times over? Well, we are pretty sure you have! Each one of us has come across those so-called societal people who are quick to judge our lifestyle, be it us partying with friends all night long or just being in a relationship. Judge all they may, but some are too keen to share their wisdom (like you haven't heard enough of that already!). From tips on how to become a good married family guy to how to financially settle down with a respectable job, boys have heard it all. The society has been stereotyping everyone without a second thought. But who are these people to tell anyone when to sleep, who to sleep with, where to work, what to wear or how to look?</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Addressing all these and many more societal barriers that boggle us, Macroman M-Series got on board Bollywood's poster boy, Ranbir Kapoor to speak about living openly - doing what you want to and living without the worry of what people will think or say about you. From being judged about his live-in relationships to being blamed for his break up, Ranbir has braved the societal intrusion all along. In this new video for Macroman M-Series, Ranbir hits out at all those who question his lifestyle, his relationships, and his choices. He makes a strong case for the Macroman M-Series ideology - Live Open. We can't help but agree with him, after all, it is our life and only we can choose how to live it. What do you think?</p>
  14. Disclaimer: There will be some spoilers from the second episode and it's your bad that you haven't seen the episode yet. Now is the time to catch up, so go and watch it. We are already in the seventh season of ‘Game of Thrones', yet it seems as if it was only yesterday we saw Daenerys Targaryen's badass avatar when she walked out of the fire with a dragon on her shoulder. To refresh your memories, that was in the first season. Talking about Season 1, it was special for many reasons and Arya Stark and her direwolf, Nymeria were one of them. © HBO Let's take you on a walk down the memory lane, in the first season Arya Stark bid adieu to Nymeria and let's be honest, that was one of the most emotional scenes to watch, not bigger than Hodor's death though. Now, fast forward six seasons ahead into the present time and that iconic and unexpected reunion has finally happened in the second episode of season 7, “Stormborn”. © HBO Yes, Arya Stark finally met Nymeria (not from the Sand Snakes), which not only connected the dot left since 2011, but also gave GOT fans across the world a reason to rejoice. Now, while some were expecting Nymeria to have a bigger role to play in fulfilling Arya's vengeance, looks like the writers brought the two together only to drift them apart after sometime. So, basically it wasn't a reintroduction of the direwolf character, but a scene only made to appease the fans that were waiting for the two to meet. © HBO The moment Arya was preparing to fight a group of wolves, an enormous female direwolf comes into the picture to stop them and Arya soon recognized who she was. Nymeria leads her own wolfpack now. However, when she begged Nymeria to travel to north with her, she refused and Arya was quick to notice the change in Nymeria. So, they parted their ways with Arya's last words to her childhood pet being “That's not you”, which is now etched in our hearts forever. You aren't a true fan if you still didn't get the real meaning behind this line. A small hint: the young Arya Stark had a similar conversation with her father, when she was told that she will grow up to be a lady and she had said “That's not me”. Apart from this tear-jerking scene, the second episode was brilliantly penned out and was really satisfying to watch. However, this episode has left us with one question. Was Nymeria's appearance incorporated only for the fans or does she have a bigger role to play in the upcoming episodes?
  15. <p>Disclaimer: There will be some spoilers from the second episode and it's your bad that you haven't seen the episode yet. Now is the time to catch up, so go and watch it.</p> <p>We are already in the seventh season of ‘Game of Thrones', yet it seems as if it was only yesterday we saw Daenerys Targaryen's badass avatar when she walked out of the fire with a dragon on her shoulder. To refresh your memories, that was in the first season. Talking about Season 1, it was special for many reasons and Arya Stark and her direwolf, Nymeria were one of them.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-1-1500904873.jpg" alt="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-1-1500904873.jpg" />© HBO</p> <p>Let's take you on a walk down the memory lane, in the first season Arya Stark bid adieu to Nymeria and let's be honest, that was one of the most emotional scenes to watch, not bigger than Hodor's death though. Now, fast forward six seasons ahead into the present time and that iconic and unexpected reunion has finally happened in the second episode of season 7, “Stormborn”.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-2-1500904929.jpg" alt="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-2-1500904929.jpg" />© HBO</p> <p>Yes, Arya Stark finally met Nymeria (not from the Sand Snakes), which not only connected the dot left since 2011, but also gave GOT fans across the world a reason to rejoice. Now, while some were expecting Nymeria to have a bigger role to play in fulfilling Arya's vengeance, looks like the writers brought the two together only to drift them apart after sometime. So, basically it wasn't a reintroduction of the direwolf character, but a scene only made to appease the fans that were waiting for the two to meet.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-3-1500904945.jpg" alt="Arya Stark Meets Nymeria In ‘Stormborn' In Game Of Thrones 7" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/arya-stark-meets-nymeria-in-stormborn-in-game-of-thrones-7-740x400-3-1500904945.jpg" />© HBO</p> <p>The moment Arya was preparing to fight a group of wolves, an enormous female direwolf comes into the picture to stop them and Arya soon recognized who she was. Nymeria leads her own wolfpack now. However, when she begged Nymeria to travel to north with her, she refused and Arya was quick to notice the change in Nymeria. So, they parted their ways with Arya's last words to her childhood pet being “That's not you”, which is now etched in our hearts forever. You aren't a true fan if you still didn't get the real meaning behind this line. A small hint: the young Arya Stark had a similar conversation with her father, when she was told that she will grow up to be a lady and she had said “That's not me”.</p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/L37pJwuoJPY"></iframe> <p>Apart from this tear-jerking scene, the second episode was brilliantly penned out and was really satisfying to watch. However, this episode has left us with one question. Was Nymeria's appearance incorporated only for the fans or does she have a bigger role to play in the upcoming episodes?</p>
  16. A man looks at a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, April 18, 2016. Photo: Reuters Asian share markets were subdued for a second session on Wednesday as simmering tensions on the Korean peninsula supported safe-harbors including the yen, bonds and gold. A holiday in the United States and a dearth of major data kept activity muted, though minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting due later in the day could provide some impetus. Among the few releases in Asia was the Caixin/Markit services purchasing managers' index (PMI) for China which dropped to 51.6 in June, from 52.8 in May. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.1 percent, having shed 0.6 percent on Tuesday when North Korea fired a missile into Japanese waters. Japan's Nikkei eased 0.5 percent, but South Korea's main index managed to hold steady. E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 were barely changed, while yields on 10-year US Treasury notes dipped 3 basis points to 2.32 percent. North Korea said it had conducted a test of a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile that can carry a large and heavy nuclear warhead. South Korean and US troops fired missiles into the waters off South Korea to show their deep strike precision capability. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for global action against Pyongyang's nuclear threat, though it was not entirely clear what new steps could be taken. The saber rattling gave the safe-haven yen an early lift, with the dollar slipping 0.27 percent to 112.97 yen. Gold was likewise 0.3 percent firmer at $1,227.31 an ounce. Moves were minor with the euro steady at $1.1360 and the dollar index down 0.1 percent at 96.127. Not all together Investors awaited minutes of the Fed's June meeting to gauge how committed it was to hiking rates gain this year and any detail on plans to wind back its massive balance sheet. "In the May minutes, 'a couple' of participants worried that tight labor-market conditions could pose an inflationary risk, while 'several others' saw a downside risk for inflation," said Kevin Harris, a director at Roubini Global Economics. "We will look for any shift between those two concerns." Markets imply around a 60 percent chance of another rate rise in December and a much shallower path of future increases than most Fed members. Indeed, while some other central banks had recently sounded more hawkish, signs were any unwinding of stimulus globally would not be a united affair. The chief economist at the European Central Bank noted healthier inflation was "crucially contingent" on policy staying easy, while Sweden's central bank sounded reassuringly cautious even as it acknowledged further rate cuts were now unlikely. Australian policy makers showed no inclination to go the hawkish route given subdued inflation and a desire to restrain the local currency. In commodity markets, oil was trying to stabilise around $50 a barrel on tentative signs that US crude production might be slowing. Brent edged down 6 cents to $49.55, having opened the week with its biggest one-day rally since December, while US crude lost 7 cents to $47.00.
  17. If you are a tourist travelling in India, chances are that you won’t see a single monument or wall which does not reek of romance or creativity. It will either be some romantic Bablu or some love-stricken Pappu expressing their love for their significant other. In other cases you would usually see graffiti or paan stains filling up rest of the empty spaces. But, if you travel to Iceland, you will see something totally unexpected and bizarre to say the least. While, some of us are still novel to sexting and are hesitant about asking for ‘nudes’, there were some tourists who went a step ahead and carved their love for ‘nudes’ on an ancient hill. If you ever plan to visit country’s famous moss-covered hills, chances are that you will come across these invaluable words– ‘Send Nudes’ © Esquire (Gunnar A Birgisson) These words were crafted by ‘tearing clumps of moss from the ground’ and have found its way to the hill near Nesjavellir, which is located on the south portion of the island. We don’t know if we should call it the best or the worst part, but this ‘graffiti’ will supposedly stay there for decades, possibly at least 70 years, while the moss grows. Gunnar Birgisson, a tour guide who spotted this artwork told The Independent, “I think someone was trying to be funny.” He further added, “But they don’t realize they are vandalizing nature and possibly causing this to spread.” So how did he figure that it’s a work of tourists and not locals? He said that there are many words written on the hill and while some of them are in Icelandic, words like ‘Life’ and ‘Send Nudes’ suggests that it was done tourists. © Max Pixel Well, a man has got do to what a man has got to do! We can’t blame them for taking chances and trying their options out. So guys, let us know what is the craziest thing you have done as a tourist, and FYI stealing things from the hotel or pissing in the pool does not count.
  18. Our ‘Hottie Of The Week’ is Cindy Prado. She’s got a body to die for and a face that could start a war! Shooting today @andi_bagus with @tirro_ 🐳 A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on May 2, 2017 at 4:45pm PDT 🌴🌞 @upbra A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Apr 26, 2017 at 9:16am PDT That booty so fine, blowing us out of our mind! This barely there @ohpolly bodysuit is everything 🌞 Especially in this warm Miami weather 💦 - photo by @lallylaurphoto A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Mar 31, 2017 at 11:07am PDT @natalyaphoto 🐰 MUA: @lina_make_u Loved working with this team of amazing women ❤️ A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Mar 1, 2017 at 8:22am PST Courtesy of @megliz.swim 🍑 #chairmarksonmybum A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Nov 22, 2016 at 10:20am PST This is how we’d define visual cornucopia Bikini ✔️ Hat ✔️ Sunnies ✔️ VPX Protein Rush ✔️ - This protein shake is so good it's dangerous 😛😛😛 @vpx_sports #VPX #vpxsports A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Apr 5, 2017 at 12:24pm PDT Debated posting this because you can see all my mosquito bites from Bahamas, but this is what I currently look like, Mosquito Queen 🐜👑 @cai_swimwear A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on May 4, 2017 at 8:36am PDT It’s like the tan lines on her body are the trails to heaven @pilyqswim in Thailand 🐚 A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Mar 23, 2017 at 12:59pm PDT Sunkissed in Thailand 🌺 @perfectpeachswim A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Mar 21, 2017 at 6:16am PDT You can trade Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory of your dreams to get a glimpse of this gorgeous goddess @dellaswim @drewdaileyimages A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Sep 6, 2016 at 9:00am PDT @femmeunion #femmeunion photo by @adrilev A post shared by Cindy Prado (@cindyprado) on Oct 13, 2016 at 7:45am PDT We ran out of breath and words to describe her. Time to turn back to mundane life, bros.
  19. Rivalries between contemporaries are not uncommon, especially when it comes to the world of glitz and glamour, the B-town, where competition runs an all-time high. Fortunately for fans, Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif albeit being contemporaries in the industry, are full of praises for each other. Deepika recently made a special appearance in Bollywood film ‘Raabta’. The song which makes one reminiscent of a similar number in ‘Agent Vinod’ shows Deepika setting the floor on fire in a black dress. At an event, Katrina was asked if she had seen Deepika’s fiery performance to which she responded in affirmative. "I love it. She looks great. It is a Yay!", the Times of India quoted her as saying. via GIPHY When the ‘Piku’ actress came to know about the praise she reciprocated in the same manner, much to the fans' delight. "I think compliments are always great especially when it comes from your contemporaries and I have always appreciated what she has done with her career," Deepika said. Well, that dose of sweetness sufficed to put the rivalry rumours to rest and proved that even competitors can be a good sport. via GIPHY
  20. Dosto Lets start a new game called '' Dedicate a Dialogue To Person Above You''. Tu kerna kuch yun hy k apne se oper wale member ko koi b dialogue dedicate kerna hy.... Chahye bollywood ka hu Hollywood ka Ya kisi punjabi movie ka anything. Jo app ko pasand dialogue wo app se oper jis member ny comment kiya hy us ko dedicate kerna hy. jese abhi jo sab se pahle comment kere ga wo mere liye koi dialogue likhye ga or usse neche wala apne oper wale ko.. tu hu jaoo shoro 1st Dialogue from myside '' Basanti in kutoo k samne mat nachana'' @Anabiya Rajpoot @Suzain Khan @Jannat Malik @Aks e Khushbu @Zarnish Ali @Kainat Khan @Hareem Naz @Ahsan @Uzee Khan @Meerab Raza @Dua Fasih @Ainak_Wali_Churail
  21. KARACHI: With the ICC Champions Trophy is hardly one month away, two players elected to represent Pakistan in the event have got themselves involved in war of words against each other. Fast bowler Junaid Khan and Umar Akmal have shunned each other publicly, in televised interviews and video statement, over a minor dispute. The unwanted scenario emerged when Umar Akmal was asked by the TV host at the toss ahead of Pakistan Cup match between Umar-led Punjab and Sindh in Rawalpindi. “I am surprised to know that Junaid Khan didn’t come for the match, I don’t know where he was, he didn’t inform me about his absence from the match,” Umar told the anchor. However, moments after Umar’s statement which was broadcasted live on national TV, Junaid released a video message from his hotel room rejecting Umar’s claims. “I wasn’t feeling well since last night due to food poisoning everyone in the team was aware of it,” Junaid said. “Team doctor treated me all night and suggested that I should take the rest. Everyone in team management was aware of the fact that I was unwell,” added Junaid. The fast bowler further said that he was shocked to hear such comments from his team captain Umar Akmal and said it was uncalled for.
  22. FAISALABAD: Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali on Saturday said that Asif Ali Zardari is the root of all evil in Pakistan. While addressing the members of the press in Faisalabad, Sher Ali referred to Zardari as a dacoit. He said, "All joint investigation teams formed in Sindh reached the conclusion that Zardari is the leader of corruption in the province." He added that the co-chairperson of Pakistan People's Party and his sister were part of all confessions of criminal activity by infamous Lyari gangster Uzair Baloch. "All businesses operating in Sindh belong to Zardari, and destroying all public institutions is part of the PPP's manifesto," the PML-N minister said. "Zardari should be tried in military court and his name should be added to the exit control list." Read more: SC not given conducive environment for Panama case proceedings: Saad Rafique Responding to the allegations levelled by Sher Ali, PPP Senator Saeed Ghani said that it has been identified that the Sharif clan is corrupt. "The PM has not been cleared, he has only been given relief," Ghani said on Saturday. "When thieves are identified, their children create a ruckus. But the joint investigation team is all show. It will meet the same fate as the Model Town report." The senator further added that Chaudhry Nisar is the main character in the Dawn leaks case. The exchange of words between PML-N and PPP leaders continued, as PPP leader Moula Bux Chandio said lashed at the PML-N leaders stating that political people engage in logical and intelligent debates and don’t take the route of cursing. Read more: Govt got interim bail in Panama case: Sirajul Haq “I won't respond to them [PML-N leaders] in their style but someone, today, told me that they [PML-N leaders] are lashing out at us today. I responded by saying today is their day to do so, after all, they have been declared liars and corrupt people by the Supreme Court,” Bux said in a statement. “There could not be a bigger insult to a political leader than the highest court of the country declaring they [PM’s family] submitted bogus evidence of their innocence,” he stated.
  23. The teenage rebel stage that we inculcate in ourselves while growing up somehow extends to the late 20s also. Tijana Cvetić’s Instagram has comic strips that describe life better than words ever will. All that time when you think you can resist chocolates and watch weight like an adult should. FAIL. Biggest lie ever . . . #comic #comics #comicaday #instacomic #webcomics #webcomic #cartoon #cartoonist #funny #funnyart #funnydrawing #cartoondrawing #drawing #illustration #design #illustrator #designer #art #artist #comicart #chocolate #food #foodlover #yoursquaresunday #artwork #linedrawing #pendrawing #digitaldrawing #doodle #comicartist A post shared by Tijana Cvetić (@tijanac_art) on Mar 12, 2017 at 3:18pm PDT All those times when you think you can take challenges head on, until you question the reason for your existence. Damn . . . #webcomics #comic #webcomic #instacomic #drawing #draw #design #illustration #cartoon #illustrator #funny #funnydrawing #artist #art #designer #cartoondrawing #lines #humor #life #goals#sarcasm #adulthood #comicaday #comicart #comicdrawing #funnyart #mood #instaart #comics #yoursquaresunday A post shared by Tijana Cvetić (@tijanac_art) on Mar 1, 2017 at 1:28pm PST Confidence issues exist all your life. Time capsule. . . . #comic #comicart #instaart #instacomic #funny #funnydrawing #funnyart #draw #doodle #scribble #doodles #drawing #art #digitaldrawing #life #age #emotion #me A post shared by Tijana Cvetić (@tijanac_art) on Feb 17, 2017 at 9:49am PST The ‘forever alone’ syndrome is for real. Oh well... #comic #comicdrawing #instacomic #draw #drawing #doodling #scribble #illustration #illustrator #comicart #funnydrawing #art #artist #instaartist #funny #irony A post shared by Tijana Cvetić (@tijanac_art) on Feb 13, 2017 at 12:12pm PST Your brain is nowhere as sorted as you think it is. It takes just one second. . . . #comic #comicaday #comics #comicdrawing #comicart #webcomics #webcomic #instacomic #cartoon #cartoondrawing #drawing #draw #doodle #art #sketch #illustration #illustrator #artist #design #funny #funyart #funnydrawing #life #sarcasm #humor #brain #happiness #feelings #yoursquaresunday A post shared by Tijana Cvetić (@tijanac_art) on Feb 28, 2017 at 9:24am PST
  24. Inhale, garner courage and fight your fashion fears! And because John Abraham's saying it, you better relent. He might not be the most recognised celebrity fashion faces of today, but he's always had a humble beginning and never tried too hard. He's loved his bikes, his malleable muscles even more, so let's for once, give it to him. But the point to ponder here, is that he's finally worn shoes! So, the power of women has glistened once again. © Viral Bhayani Channeling all-black from top to bottom (sans the muted shoes), his fashion sense here is quite safe and sound. But are there any misses? Of course. In fact. we wish he'd missed wearing them- that peek-a-boo white t-shirt and those unwanted crisp-white socks!