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  1. Spotify was launched in India barely six days ago and the music streaming app has already managed to make a small dent in the Indian music streaming space. Even though Spotify is in the middle of a legal battle with Warner Music, the company still managed to get a million users in less than a week. A representative from Spotify confirmed with The Verge about the streaming service's rapid success. © Spotify Spotify offers free music stream with ads and also offers a premium membership which is priced at Rs 129, its Rs 389 for 3 months, Rs 719 for 6 months and Rs 1189 for a year. The premium membership removes advertisements and enables users to skip songs without any limits. Even though Spotify has some missing content due to a legal battle, the streaming company is focusing on adding regional content which includes music from Bollywood. Other regional music includes content in languages such as Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. © Reuters According to research firms Deloitte and IMI, India has about 150 million subscribers for music streaming services and is only set to grow in the near future. Many streaming services are bundled with mobile plans such as Airtel's Wink, Free Amazon Prime memberships and others. Spotify's entry into India has been late and will face tough competition from other services such as Apple Music, Google Pay, Gaana, JioSaavn and Amazon Prime. In order to undercut the competition, Spotify offers a free plan which lets everyone stream for free. However, the free plan limits carry advertisements just like how you would find it on YouTube. © Reuters Spotify is currently available on iOS and Android platforms, Windows 10 PCs, Android TV, Microsoft Xbox, Sony PlayStation, and macOS. Spotify also works with Google Home and Sonos natively, which is an added bonus for smart speaker owners. If you have Android Car or Apple CarPlay installed in your automobiles, Spotify also works natively on both auto platforms. At this time, Spotify will be available as apps for your smartphone and tablet (free download for Android and iOS), Windows 10 PCs, macOS computing devices, Android TV, Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox and also available via the web browser. Spotify is also compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in-car infotainment platforms. Source: The Verge
  2. Realme is a very young brand and intends to take over the budget phone segment in India. They've launched a new phone every quarter in an effort to cover up every possible price bracket. The brand has been targeting its phones towards the youth and hence, focuses on performance and design the most. With the Realme 3, the brand wants to lure buyers with its powerful MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. The new processor has performed extremely well in our previous review of the Realme U1, and now it's available at an even better price. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia On the front, it has a 6.2-inch HD+ display (1520 x 720 resolution) and comes with Gorilla Glass protection. Realme claims it has achieved 88.30 per cent screen-to-body ratio thanks to a small water-drop style notch. Like we've said, the new P70 processor has four cores clocked at 2.1Ghz and boasts 15 per cent lesser power consumption when compared to previous generation offering. It also has a multi-threaded APU for AI processing. It comes in to two variants, 3GB RAM + 32GB storage and 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. The internal memory is expandable via a microSD card. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The rear houses a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. For authentication, a fingerprint scanner is located on the back and it also supports face unlock. For low-light pictures, Realme has included a Nightscape mode that improves the quality of pictures using AI. A Chroma Boost mode also helps in producing better colour by adjusting exposure and dynamic range. For selfies, a 13-megapixel camera has been provided on the front. Backing these innards is a 4230mAh battery. The phone ships with ColorOS 6.0, built on top of Android 9.0 Pie. The software has kept many stock Android elements untouched and added features include Game Space and quick app drawer on the left. (c) MensXP/Shivam Vahia The 3GB + 32GB option is priced at Rs 8,999 and the 4GB + 64GB variant is priced at Rs 10,999 . Sales start from March 12thh via online channels. The phone will be going up against the recently launched Redmi Note 7, Nokia 5.1 Plus, and ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2. It'll be interesting to see how the brand is able to continue its steady rise in the country considering the competitive environment.
  3. As India waits with bated breathe to welcome their hero, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, Bollywood celebrities have already started celebrating and cheering his return. Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander, Abhinandan Varthaman was held captive by the Pakistan Army since Wednesday, after his aircraft crashed on the other side of LoC during aerial combat between the two countries. Since then, the nation has been praying for his safety and for him to come back home, as Bollywood's King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan said, "There is no better feeling than coming back home." © Reuters Looks like people's prayers were finally heard on Thursday, when Pakistan PM Imran Khan announced that Varthaman will be released today as a 'gesture of peace'. People have already gathered in huge crowds at the Attari-Wagah border to welcome their hero, who is expected to return to India shortly. From Shah Rukh Khan, Varun Dhawan, Karan Johar to Preity Zinta; everyone is praising Varthaman for his valour and courage and praying for his safe return. There is no better feeling than Coming back Home, for home is the place of love, hope & dreams. Ur bravery makes us stronger. Eternally grateful. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan pic.twitter.com/NFTRINu6Mw — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 1, 2019 Welcome back home #WelcomeBackAbinandan a true hero. These humane actions give hope that all humanity is not lost. Bharat mata ki Jai — Varun Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) March 1, 2019 View this post on Instagram It's midnight & I cannot sleep. I'm so happy that #AbhinandanVartaman is going to be coming home. I can only imagine what his family feels right now. Every minute will feel like a lifetime & the heart will skip many beats. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan ð We salute your bravery & valour. #Jaihind ð®ð³ #RealHero #Indianairforce A post shared by Preity G Zinta (@realpz) on Mar 1, 2019 at 12:22am PST #WelcomeHomeAbhinandan You are a real hero and we as a nation stand beside you, Thank you for your selfless service, Jai Hind ð®ð³ — Sidharth Malhotra (@SidMalhotra) March 1, 2019 Welcome Back Home Dear #Abhinanadan - we salute your courage, bravery & service to our nation. ð®ð³ ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ — Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) March 1, 2019 Everyone awaits your return . Proud of you sir !! Salutes to the brave son of india #WelcomeHomeAbhinandan — Emraan Hashmi (@emraanhashmi) March 1, 2019 पà¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤°à¥ à¤à¤­à¤¿à¤¨à¤à¤¦à¤¨ ! à¤à¤ªà¤à¤¾ भारत à¤à¥ धरतॠपर à¤à¤ बार फिर सॠà¤à¤­à¤¿à¤¨à¤à¤¦à¤¨ हà¥à¥¤ हम सबà¤à¥ समय समय पर साहस, धà¥à¤°à¥à¤¯, विशà¥à¤µà¤¾à¤¸, à¤à¤°à¥à¤µ à¤à¤° à¤à¥à¤°à¤µ वालॠà¤à¥à¤¤à¥ à¤à¤¾à¤à¤¤à¥ मिसाल à¤à¥ à¤à¤¼à¤°à¥à¤°à¤¤ पड़तॠहà¥à¥¤ विपरà¥à¤¤ परिसà¥à¤¥à¤¿à¤¤à¤¿à¤¯à¥à¤ मà¥à¤ à¤à¤ªà¤à¥ वà¥à¤¯à¤à¥à¤¤à¤¿à¤¤à¥à¤µ नॠहमà¥à¤ वॠदिà¤à¤¾à¤¯à¤¾à¥¤ à¤à¤¸à¤à¥ लिठ130 à¤à¤°à¥à¤¡à¤¼ भारतवासियà¥à¤ à¤à¥ तरफ़ सॠधनà¥à¤¯à¤µà¤¾à¤¦à¥¤à¤à¥à¤¤à¥ रहà¥à¥¤ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/WY6tZikO3d — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) March 1, 2019 We salute your bravery and valour....we applaud your strength in the face of adversity....#WelcomeHomeAbhinandan — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) March 1, 2019
  4. On Thursday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that his government will release captured Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman today as a 'gesture of peace'. Since then, the nation's happiness and excitement knew no bounds as people from across the country geared up, like one big family, to welcome their hero. © Facebook Reportedly, the convoy of vehicles carrying Varthaman reached the Attari Wagah Border late afternoon, from where he was handed over to India moments ago as he crossed the LoC. Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was kept in the custody of the Pakistan Army since Wednesday, after his aircraft crashed on the other side of the LoC, during aerial combat between Indian and Pakistani fighter planes. © Twitter When the news of Varthaman's captivity made headlines, the nation had only one prayer on their lips, 'Bring Back Abhinandan'. Furthermore, the hashtags #SayNoToWar and the happiness in both the countries over the release of Varthaman, prove that both people across the border stand united for peace and against war. Pakistan: Visuals from Wagah in Lahore; IAF Wing Commander #AbhinandanVarthaman will soon be handed over to the Indian Air Force at Attari-Wagah border pic.twitter.com/xEPghVgNzi — ANI (@ANI) March 1, 2019 In fact, earlier today, in a truly heartwarming gesture, Varthaman's parents were given a standing ovation by the passengers as they deboarded the flight in Delhi. While expressing his gratitude to Varthaman, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said every Indian is proud of him. Now that the nation's hero is back, people can't stop rejoicing and the insane crowd at Wagah Border cheering for him and his return reiterates the same. Bravest of brave Wing Commander Abhinandan return backs to India ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/vHqjLaVy8W — Shubhi (@shubh_i_am_87) March 1, 2019 Welcome back Abhinandan sir the entire nation is proud of your selflessness and bravery ! We salute you ðð Jai Hind!ð®ð³ð®ð³#WelcomeHomeAbhinandan pic.twitter.com/cMOm69uf7p — Ritesh Pandeyð (@RiteshPandeys) March 1, 2019 Finally pahunch gaye. Jai Hind.ð®ð³ ð #Abhinandan #AbhinandanVarthaman #WelcomeHomeAbhinandan pic.twitter.com/0SPfT2uO6D — Goutam Kunal (@goutamkunal) March 1, 2019 Welcoming home a true fighter, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. — Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) March 1, 2019 Welcome back #Abhinandan ...a true war hero! And pathetic propaganda attempts by Pakistan - again. They keep doing it, and some people in India, and indeed around the world, keep falling for it :( Hope folks in India and other countries get a little wiser after this episode. — Amit Paranjape (@aparanjape) March 1, 2019 #WelcomeHomeAbhinandan Salute To Abhinandan And Welcome To India pic.twitter.com/bHb1anMFm6 — Technical Hindustani (@TecHindustani) March 1, 2019
  5. While we are still revelling in our win against Australia in the ODI matches, the Indian Cricket team is all ready to welcome Australia for a quick limited overs tour before the Indian Premier League kicks off next month. India will take on Australia in another T20I on February 27 followed by a five-match ODI series which will go on till March 13. And after their stupendous win earlier, we cannot wait to see these stars of the Indian Cricket team perform in tomorrow's match. 1. KL Rahul ICC Cricket A dynamic batsman, who has not been able to perform with the bat in the past few series, would be looking to re-establish his form in the shorter format of the game. With a strike rate nearing 150 in the year 2018, he'd definitely try to cement his position in the World Cup squad. 2. Rishab Pant ICC Cricket One of the emerging players in the T20 format, Pant will provide a lot of stability and firepower to the Indian team for the upcoming series. With his recent breathtaking performances in Australia with 350 runs at an average of 58.33 and a few cameos in New Zealand, he has been able to gain the trust of the selectors and is in strong contention as a second wicketkeeper for the World Cup. 3. Chickstar Taco Bell And since this weekend is all sorted for in terms of entertainment with these stars in count, why not talk about another star we cannot wait to try! Heard about Taco Bell's Chickstar wrap (for Rs 169) yet? The wrap is star-shaped and is generously filled with crispy chicken, creamy habanero, veggies, and nacho cheese sauce. Don't fret, vegetarians. For you, they have the Vegstar wrap for Rs 149 which is equally mouthwatering and scrumptious! The best part though? These wrap come with free unlimited Pepsi. So it seems like you have managed to sort out food and beverages like a total pro, and you are still left with extra funds! 4. Vijay Shankar ICC Cricket An all-rounder with a solid technique and calm temperament, Vijay Shankar is definitely going to provide stability to India's middle order. In New Zealand, during the fourth ODI, he showed his quality with the bat pulling Team India out of trouble. With his sharp batting skills and seam bowling ability, he could prove to be a trump card for Team India. 5. Mayank Markande ICC Cricket An exciting young leg-spinner who grabbed 15 wickets during last year's IPL for Mumbai Indians would be looking to leave selectors in a dilemma as he gets a chance to showcase his talent at the International level. After his impressive performance against England Lions and having best bowling figures of 4/23 in T20Is, he's the youngster to watch out for. 6. Ravindra Jadeja ICC Cricket Left-arm spin bowling all-rounder, Ravindra Jadeja would be looking to make the most of this call-up due to the absence of Hardik Pandya. Since the Asia Cup last year, Jadeja has clinched 16 wickets from 11 matches. With his ability to restrict the opposition in the middle overs and playing fast cameos with the bat he is another crucial all-rounder to watch out for. I don't know about you, but I am eagerly waiting to watch the match tomorrow. One, because let's beat Australia again. And two, let's have a Chikstar while we are at it. Peace out!
  6. There's probably not a single person in the country right now who doesn't know the simmering tensions between India and Pakistan, which are at an all-time high right now. The recent turbulence started with the deadly Pulwama terror attack on 14th February and then escalated after India's air strike on a JeM terror camp in Pakistan on 26th February. Amid all this turbulence and rash cries for a possible confrontation, a lot of people from both countries have come together to call for peace and got the hashtag #SayNoToWar trending on Twitter. This hashtag started yesterday, but right now, it's much more important after Pakistan announced that it is releasing captured IAF Pilot Abhinandan Varthaman tomorrow as a 'gesture of peace'. #SayNoToWar is not cowardice. The father of the nation was opposed to any war and he certainly was no coward. In fact he was one of the bravest that humanity has ever seen. Social media jingoism and mindless warmongering should not be mistaken for bravery!! — Prashant Kishor (@PrashantKishor) February 28, 2019 It's great! Imran Khan just announced that Pakistan is freeing Wing Commander Abhinandan tomorrow as a peace gesture. Now it's Modi's turn. #SayNoToWar ð — Jeremy McLellan (@JeremyMcLellan) February 28, 2019 People need to think about the realities of war. Being an army kid I can say confidently that the only war India & Pakistan should fight is against terrorism, poverty and illiteracy . Full stop. #SayNoToWar #SayNoToTerrorism #Jaihindð®ð³ #SaluteOurForces ð — Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) February 28, 2019 Fight for peace. #SayNoToWar .Let's pray for peace.We don't want war & stay away from paid media. Indian media Anchors while sitting on studios are talking about war bcoz they knw they are not gonna fight it Its army & innocents of both sides who will loose their lives & other channels make money pic.twitter.com/UPKrdPA1Mc — Aafaq Ganaie (@aafaq_ganaie) February 28, 2019 Welcome back! Welcome back sir Abhinandan #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/VjI7VUSI7l — Asif Khan (@AsifKha36463418) February 28, 2019 We need to focus on more important things. 2 nuclear powers ready to blast each other,#SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/QbSQ1m0kB2 — Wajih Ul Hassan (@wajihulhassan57) February 28, 2019 Yep. The best solution for both countries #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/ytTeLQ7lMt — ZARRAR (@HudhHai) February 28, 2019 War will do nothing. Those who fight war don't want war, those who want war don't fight. Those cheering for war are often the one's sitting farthest from the battle ground if you support this war send your own children's please ð#SayNoToWar ⤠— Tehرeeemee.ðµð°ð¹ð·( Pak Army â¤) (@Cheerrryy_) February 28, 2019 So stupid. Shame on Sold Media ð#SayNoToWar #AbhinandanMyHero pic.twitter.com/U4FlMSweoS — Navnath Sargar (@NavnathSargar6) February 28, 2019 We need peace. Only peaceful dialogue btw #India & #Pakistan can stop another generation of #children in #Kashmir growing up trapped in a cycle of #violence.. @EmilyThornberry #SayNoToWar & #ResolveKashmirDispute for the sake of oppressed #Human of #Kashmir #SayNoToOccupationInKashmir@UN_PGA pic.twitter.com/01h62jLEWs — Suddhan Sadaf Shareef (@SuddhanSadaf) February 28, 2019 It never is. this is what a war will look like in the end. truly heartbreaking. war is not an option #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/aeBoU2Oi7K — avni (@avni21333489) February 28, 2019 Yes. Share as much as can. #saynotowar https://t.co/g4CkWgXN4q — Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) February 28, 2019 True. The war is never real but the dead bodies are Instagram: thecurlypoet #SayNoToWar #SayNotToWar #SayNoToTerrorism #IndianAirForce #India #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/U49GhlnZk1 — Nitin Soni (@TheCurlyPoet) February 28, 2019 This is horrible. Sanghi shit heads doesn't even care about fellow human being, not even their Bros. They just want war. These jingoists are sickening. This guy is followed by our PM! #Abhinandan #SayNoToWar #NoToWar pic.twitter.com/8S49XsUFzA — Pishu Mon | ÙرÙا٠(@PishuMon) February 28, 2019 Peace, please. Mothers of soldiers of both #india and #pakistan. Any difference in their grieving? If you feel the pain then propagate #peace not #war #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/89MWgDv6sz — Asif Ali Shah (@oshikhandassi) February 28, 2019 Exactly. We won But who paid the price. #KargilWar #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/d0TWmAcyeF — Aryan Pathak (@AryanPa53806626) February 28, 2019 Say no to war! My mom still remembers having to undergo war drills in Punjab as an elementary school student in the 1970s, practicing hiding in bunkers in case bombs were dropped. Wars are between India and Pakistan, but its Punjabis and Kashmiris that suffer the most. #SayNoToWar — Roop (@renegaderoop) February 28, 2019 A good quote. Terrorism is the war of the poor, and war is the terrorism of the rich. ~Peter Ustinov #SayNoToWar — Dr. Ram Puniyani را٠پÙÛاÙÛ (@Rampuniyani1945) February 27, 2019
  7. Amid the growing tensions between India and Pakistan, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that his government will release captured Indian Air Force pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, tomorrow as a 'gesture of peace'. © Reuters Varthaman was kept in the custody of the Pakistan Army since Wednesday, after his aircraft crashed on the other side of the Line of Control, during combat between Indian and Pakistani fighter planes. "We have an Indian pilot. As a peace gesture, we will release him tomorrow," Khan said in his address to the joint session of Pakistan Parliament. © Twitter During his speech he also said, "Yesterday I tried to call (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi to say that we don't want escalation. Our push for de-escalation doesn't mean we are afraid." Even since the announcement was made, Twitter is being flooded with thank you messages for Imran Khan. @ImranKhanPTI you have again demonstrated a player attitude. Great job sir Ji. You will remain as hero. — Netaji (@AritraAmi) February 28, 2019 @ImranKhanPTI Huge Respect Sir!! #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/AeLMgh3I5z — Kavitha Gajendran (@kavithazahir) February 28, 2019 A gesture of peace, @ImranKhanPTI and a moral one. Well done https://t.co/YJbQW98gEg — Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) February 28, 2019 Great News- @ImranKhanPTI says the Indian Pilot #AbhiNandan will be released tomorrow as a “goodwill gesture” ð — Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) February 28, 2019 Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was captured by Pakistan after an engagement with Indian forces on February 27, will be released by Islamabad on March 1, Prime Minister Imran Khan has confirmed. Welcom home brother we are waiting #Abhinandan pic.twitter.com/KGcJViGkv5 — Romil Squad (David Osehal) (@DavidOsehal) February 28, 2019 #SaluteOurForces Pakistan PM Imran Khan finally announces the release of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman by tomorrow. Pakistan finally listens to the voice of millions of Indians.What a great news! #WelcomeBackAbhinandan!#AbhinandanVartaman pic.twitter.com/RyIWLbzjje — Monu Singh (@smonu5820) February 28, 2019 Gesture shown by #pakistan is welcomed. #SayNoToWar @ImranKhanPTI #SayNoToTerrorism — prasad (@iamprasad007) February 28, 2019 Not just India, but people from Pakistan too are reacting to their PM's peace gesture and thanking him for releasing Varthaman. @ImranKhanPTI We warmly welcome to your decision. pic.twitter.com/ZyeVgLyjKC — Shafin Baig شاÙÛÙ (@shafinbaigINC) February 28, 2019 Love u @ImranKhanPTI #پاک_ÙÙج_ÙÙ_ÛÙ pic.twitter.com/D4TIcs0mq2 — Wisal Khan (@wisalbcn) February 28, 2019 Impressive speech by PM @ImranKhanPTI good peace gesture to return indian piolet #pakistanstandforpeace — Jawad butt (@Jawadsh12376337) February 28, 2019 and that by no means is One Country's victory over the other. It is a peace gesture. Great step indeed long live humanity — Yasir Bhat (@YasirBashir86) February 28, 2019 Our Hero is Tippu Sultan. @ImranKhanPTI You're a great Leader. #SayNoToWar — Affaf Inayat (@InayatAffaf) February 28, 2019 And yes our PM @ImranKhanPTI released Indian pilot.applause https://t.co/MlrwR4agGT — Quratulain (@Quratul78156808) February 28, 2019 #WelcomeBackAbhinandan @ImranKhanPTI Comes up with good decision on releasing abinadan on peace gesture and also ready to support pulwama attack investigation if india shows evidence @narendramodi Consider pak peace gesture and start peace negotiation to short out issues.. — sheik abdullah (@sheik_king) February 28, 2019 Huge respect for this man @ImranKhanPTI And yes thats us we want peace ð®ð³ðµð° #SayNoToWaar pic.twitter.com/D5xvc2JQX1 — Shahrukhmagsi (@Shahrukhmagsi5) February 28, 2019 These reactions and the hashtag #SayNoToWar that people have flooded the social media with, proves that people in both countries stand united for peace and are against war and the common enemy- terrorism.
  8. Arguably one of the highly-rated young talent in the country, KL Rahul climbed up the ladder in Indian cricket on the basis of consistent performances. Making full use of the opportunities, his breakthrough 2013-14 season laid the foundation of Karnataka's Ranji Trophy triumph, proving his credentials as a first-class cricketer. Then, a profitable 2016 IPL season saw him earning his cap for the national team. His appetite for runs further gave India an opportunity to boast of an extra option at the top of the order. But, as all good things come to an end, Rahul hit a lean patch that saw him getting dropped from the side. And, just when things couldn't get any worse for him, the Karnataka cricketer found himself in the middle of a controversy following his appearance on popular chat show 'Koffee With Karan' alongside teammate Hardik Pandya. And, what followed later had a great impact on the young cricketer. Slammed by a billion fans and suspended by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Rahul endured the worst possible nightmare a cricketer can be exposed to. But, rather than letting the incident affect his mindset, Rahul used it as an opportunity to channelise his frustration into fruitful results. © AP "It has been a hard time, no doubt. As a player, as a person, everyone has to go through difficult times and it was my time to go through that. It gave me the time to reflect on my game, on myself. I have always been somebody who takes things as it comes and I am just happy to be back here now," Rahul told the International Cricket Council (ICC). Before his suspension, Rahul was subject to immense criticism following his below-average performances in Australia. His frailties, especially against incoming deliveries which first appeared on the England tour, were exposed and exploited by the Australian seamers. And, the result was quite obvious for the right-hander. Using the suspension for his own good, the right-handed batsman bolstered the chinks in his armour through hard work in the nets and by spending time with Rahul Dravid. Given an opportunity to regain his form, the 26-year-old was roped in for India A's home series against England Lions that brought a more focussed and responsible Rahul to the fore. Leading from the front, Rahul scored 81 runs in India A's first innings. The right-hander stitched a 178-run stand with fellow opener and centurion Abhimanyu Easwaran to box the visitors out of the contest in Mysore. Apart from that, the elegant batsman also scored 89 runs in the first unofficial Test in Wayanad. © AP "I got some time off from international cricket, so I could come back to India and reflect on what was not going right for me. Fortunately, I got to play some India A games where the pressure is a bit less and where I could focus on my skill and my technique. Got to spend a lot of time with Rahul Dravid, working on my game and chatting about cricket. He helped a lot in the five games I played for India A. The time I have spent in the middle has helped," Rahul said. Showing signs of improvement, Rahul was then called back into the national side for Australia's tour of India - a moment that he had been patiently waiting for to right his wrongs. The first T20I saw a rampant Rahul hammering his way to a 36-ball 50 in a match where the popular batsmen failed to deliver. Continuing his fine form, the Indian opener began his innings in the second T20I in the same 'slambang' manner before getting dismissed for a 26-ball 47 that was decorated with four sixes. While India lost both the matches and eventually the T20I series, it was great to see Rahul return to form and emerging as the second-highest run-getter. © AP "It's nice to be back with the boys and be back in blue. Just happy that I have tasted a bit of success in the last two games and my batting has come out pretty well," he said. But, individual success means nothing to this dashing batsman as he expressed his disappointment after failing to guide his team to victory. "But the other side is that I could have carried on in both innings, got a big score and won the game for my team. I'll take the two knocks but there is a lot that I have learnt from the two knocks and I want to improve," Rahul concluded. For a man who became 'Public Enemy No 1' and was left to fend for himself in abyss following his controversy and, thereon, suspension, Rahul's grit and perseverance as a cricketer has undeniably allowed him to win back the fans and impress the Indian selectors with his renewed form. Going into the five-match ODI series, Rahul would be eager to carry his blistering form to help India peg back the Aussies and bolster his chances of securing a spot in Virat Kohli-led side's playing XI for the ICC World Cup in England & Wales.
  9. Making sure that you select the right shaving gel for yourself becomes absolutely imperative to make sure that your shave is clean, precise, and on point. There is a wide array of options available online and offline, but these decisions must be made keeping some important factors in mind. These include, but are not limited to - 1. The Type Of Beard You Harbour: Needless to say, different shaving gels will be more (or less!) effective depending on the type of beard you harbour. If you are sporting the type of mane that would make even Jason Momoa go green with envy, then it goes without saying that you need to opt for a shaving gel that will help you shave all of it off. Alternatively, if you are sporting a simple stubble, then you need to go for a shaving gel that won't be too overpowering. 2. How Sensitive (Or Not!) Your Skin Is: You need to pay careful attention to the ingredients that come infused in your shaving gel, and whether or not you'd be allergic to any of them. Additionally, if you generally harbour sensitive skin, then you should make sure you don't go for one that might end up causing more harm than good. 3. The Type Of Razor You Are Going To Be Using: More often than not, Indian men end up forgetting about an incredibly simple fact - the types of razors they choose to opt for also go a long way in ensuring which shaving gel will be more effective for you. While many men prefer shaving creams, the new formulaic gels have started to impress others, and have given better results as well. If you want a smooth feeling skin on your face, without that annoying prickly sensation, MensXP has done half the work for you. And so on that note, and to help you get the best shaving gel, here is a list of the best products available out there. Check Out The Best Shaving Gels in India 1. 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  10. Xiaomi has been teasing the launch of the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro for more than a month, and the brand has finally launched the phone in India today. It was first unveiled in China and since then, anticipation around its India launch had been on the rise. With Samsung launching a host of new budget and midrange phones, the Redmi Note 7 has a lot of expectations to meet. It's predecessor Redmi Note 6 and Note 5 have been the best-selling phones in the country, thanks to a perfect balance of features. The phones have proved to be an apt offering for every kind of user, right from performance enthusiasts to photography nerds. © Xiaomi Keeping the same in mind, the Redmi Note 7 intends to be another deal buster. Unique offerings of the phone include a 48-megapixel rear sensor, a large 4000mAh battery, and fast Snapdragon 660 processor. It's the first phone under the new "Redmi by Xiaomi" branding. On the front, the phone has a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display along with a water-drop style notch. The screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Under the hood, is a Snapdragon 660 processor, paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage in the base variant. The other options include 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 64GB configuration. The Snapdragon 660 chipset was seen in midrange phones like the Nokia 7 Plus last year is a tried and tested platform. © Xiaomi The Redmi Note 7 Pro has a 48-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 primary sensor along with a 5-megapixel secondary sensor. For selfies, the front has a 13-megapixel sensor. Backing these internals is a 4000mAh battery that supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4.0 technology. It'll charge via a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack has been included as well. For authentication, the fingerprint scanner is located on the back and face unlock option is also supported. © Xiaomi The base variant of the Redmi Note 7 with 3GB + 32GB configuration costs Rs 9,999. The second option with 4GB + 64GB memory costs Rs 11,999. For the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the 6GB + 128 GB variant costs Rs 16,999. The 4GB + 64GB variant costs Rs 13,999. It shall be available via Mi.com, Flipkart, and Amazon.in. The Redmi Note 7 will be available from 6th March and Note 7 Pro will be available from 13th March.
  11. A year ago, Spotify officially announced its plans of expanding to India, and the company has finally made its way here. While Netflix is the most popular video streaming platform worldwide, Spotify holds the same title in the music streaming segment. The company has the highest number of paying subscribers in the world and India is the 79th where Spotify has launched. It operates on a "freemium" model, meaning users can access all songs for free, but they're streamed at a lower quality and the app has ads to monetize the consumption. The motto is to convert free users to a paid subscription and in return offer more features like high-quality playback and no ads. © Spotify The service in India will come with more than four crore songs and 300 crore playlists offering Indian and international music, across moods and moments. The company has already partnered with T-Series and Sony for local licensing and is currently fighting in court against the Warner Music Group (WMG). The app has built-in multilingual recommendations and specially curated playlists for listeners in India and new users can avail a 30-day trial of the Premium offering. To access, you can either visit the website or download the Android. © Reuters In terms of pricing, the simple one month plan costs just Rs 119 (US$ 1.67), compared to US$ 9.99 (Rs 700) in the United States. Spotify is offering a wide array of flexible subscription options, including a yearly plan that costs Rs 1,189. If you don't want a recurring subscription, a top-up can be availed and it costs Rs 13 per day and can go up till Rs 719 for six months. The platform has also integrated local payment options like UPI and PayTM, in addition to debit and credit cards. © Reuters In comparison, Apple Music costs Rs 120 per month, JioSaavn is free for Jio users (limited period), and Google Play Music charges Rs 99 per month. Amazon Music comes bundled with Prime and costs Rs 1,000 per year (includes Prime Video). While the platform is popular for its music collection and suggestive algorithm, it'll require a ton of local content to succeed in India. And Spotify says plans to solve this in a mutual way. "India has an incredibly rich music culture, and to best serve this market, we're launching a custom-built experience. Not only will Spotify bring Indian artists to the world, we will also bring the world's music to fans across India,” said Daniel Ek, Spotify's Founder and CEO.
  12. It's time for wedding bells to ring again in the Ambani family. After Isha Ambani & Anand Piramal's beautiful wedding lit up the town last year, it is now time for Akash and Shloka's wedding. The couple will be tying the knot next month and currently the family is in Switzerland for a pre-wedding bash with their family and friends. View this post on Instagram Mukesh and Isha Ambani arrive in #stmoritz for #akashambani wedding festivities today #instadaily #akustoletheshlo #instagood #pictureperfect #instalove #photooftheday @_marcohartmann_ A post shared by Manav Manglani (@manav.manglani) on Feb 25, 2019 at 5:44am PST View this post on Instagram Inside the Winter Wonderland that is Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta's pre-wedding bash at St. Moritz. Tap the link in bio for more pictures. . . . . . #AkashAmbani #ShlokaMehta #AkashAmbaniShlokaMehta #AkuStoleTheShlo #AmbaniWedding #AkashShloka #AkashShlokaWedding #AmbaniWedding #MukeshAmbani #IshaAmbani A post shared by ET Panache (@etpanache) on Feb 25, 2019 at 5:40am PST A beautiful 'Winter Wonderland' has been set up for the gorgeous couple and the guest list includes all the B-town people including Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Karan Johar and Vidya Balan. View this post on Instagram @bachchan and @aishwaryaraibachchan_arb snapped at the airport last night. . . . #aishwaryaraibachchan #abhishekbachchan #airport #spotted #instalove #instadaily #movies #mumbai #india #photooftheday #monday #manavmanglani @manav.manglani A post shared by Manav Manglani (@manav.manglani) on Feb 24, 2019 at 9:18pm PST View this post on Instagram Swiss winter wonderland for #AkashAmbani-#ShlokaMehta in St. Moritz Around 300 guests, including Bollywood biggies like @karanjohar and #RanbirKapoor, have flown into St. Moritz for the pre-wedding festivities where they are hosted at the @kulmhotel St. Moritz, @badruttspalace and the @grandhoteldesbains Kempinski! The venues for the wedding celebrations next month include #TheDome at @nsci_mumbai, #Antilia and the all-new #JioConventionCentre in BKC. @aambani1 @shloka11 #akustoletheshlo #ambaniwedding #weddingsutra #celebrity #celebritywedding #bollywoodwedding #bollywood #karanjohar #mukeshambani #switzerland #prewedding #preweddingcelebrations #bollywoodnews #celebritynews #winterwonderland #ambanis #ambanifamily A post shared by WeddingSutra.com (@weddingsutra) on Feb 25, 2019 at 12:31am PST As per the latest piece of information in Times Now, the wedding festivities will start from 9th March and since the couple is a big fan of Maroon 5, it is reported that the band will be performing at their wedding. “Since Shloka and Akash are both fans of Maroon 5, the family thought it fitting to have them perform for the couple at the sangeet that will be held on March 8. While Akash's favourite track is Sugar in which the band is seen gatecrashing weddings, Shloka loves Moves Like Jagger”. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Maroon 5 (@maroon5) on Feb 13, 2019 at 11:14am PST At Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal's wedding in December, John Legend and Beyonce performed at two of the wedding events. This time around again, it will be a star-studded bash we guess.
  13. The Indian cricket team created history after beating Australia in the Test series and, then, they clinched a 2-1 win in the ODIs, bringing an end to their much-anticipated tour on a high. On the back of a prolific showing Down Under, the Virat Kohli-led brigade was once again tipped as favourites, when the Australian team came calling for two Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) and five ODIs. But, contrary to popular perception, the hosts stuttered to a narrow three-wicket loss in the first T20I against Aaron Finch's men in Visakhapatnam. Nathan Coulter-Nile's impressive figures of 3-26 and Glenn Maxwell's blistering knock of 56 runs powered Australia to a thrilling win and allowed them to take a pivotal 1-0 lead in the series. © AP Despite a mediocre performance with the willow that saw India posting a paltry total of 126 runs, the bowling unit did a fairly decent job to keep the hosts in the game. In the end, it boiled down to 16 runs off 12 balls when Jasprit Bumrah came to bowl the penultimate over. With his side in dire need of his expertise, the right-arm seamer bowled arguably the best over of the match, conceding just two runs and taking two wickets. Bumrah's brilliant 19th over tilted the game in India's favour, as Australia found themselves facing at a potential defeat with 14 runs required off last six deliveries and tailenders Pat Cummins and Jhye Richardson at the crease. © AP But, if Bumrah gave India an upper hand with an impactful over, Umesh Yadav's toothless bowling ensured all his teammate's efforts went in vain. Asked to bowl the final over, Umesh had 14 runs to defend off six deliveries against the Aussie tailenders. But, the 31-year-old failed to keep his nerve and gave away two crucial boundaries (including one off a poor full-toss) to eventually spell doom for his side. Umesh's poor bowling display that cost India the game in Vizag attracted a lot of criticism from the fans. While some asked him to learn the art of bowling in death overs from Bumrah, others went on to label him as India's villain for the match. Bumrah and umesh yadav bowling in death over. #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/J0litTXrk9 — Sonalee (@sonalee_soumya) February 24, 2019 Bumrah with Umesh Yadav right now #IndvAus pic.twitter.com/XTMGJ8v9EQ — The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) February 24, 2019 Turning a lost match upside down - Jasprit Bumrah, Mumbai Indian Turning a won match upside down - Umesh Yadav, a Royal Challenger true blood — Elite Alagappan (@IndianMourinho) February 25, 2019 When #Umesh Yadav gives advice to Bumrah how to bowl???? #Bumrah be like.... pic.twitter.com/Xgm3lNWJJo — #Aditya_Tiwarið¥ (@Memes_Lovr) February 24, 2019 Indian cricket fan right now.. Ye Umesh yadav ka ghar kidar hai?ð #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/Q7FfcQClTu — Raaz@Ujjawal (@Ujjawal30357714) February 25, 2019 Everyone : We are going to win this match Umesh yadav :#INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/wil52s2TsR — Chris Cardoz (@ChrisCardoz) February 24, 2019 #INDvAUS Umesh Yadav after the match. pic.twitter.com/6JYsICIZrp — Amrut Kuमाର Panda (@AmrutKumarPanda) February 24, 2019 Virat Kohli beating up Umesh Yadav in the dressing room#INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/3QhHx4Mlrs — Sid (@SidKSchrute) February 24, 2019 Umesh yadav in the dressing room: -#INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/P1ghga8NSF — Dipanshu Anshu (@AnshuDipanshu) February 24, 2019 Jasprit Bumrah waiting for Umesh yadav.#INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/UhxYfOxKtv — Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) February 24, 2019 By giving last over to Umesh yadav.#INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/wlqFCzLUQH — Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) February 24, 2019 After yesterday match : Umesh Yadav trying to find his place in the World Cupð#UmeshYadav#GODLbumrah pic.twitter.com/RMyeD13Lu0 — Jitendra (@Jitendrasbaghel) February 25, 2019 No caption need This pictures speak a thousand words !ððð#INDvAUS #umeshyadav #Kohli pic.twitter.com/PfRbEN0xzs — V I P E R™ (@TheViper_offl) February 24, 2019 Indian fans going to meet Umesh Yadav #AUSvIND #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/oLd7neTL5s — Proudy Indian ð®ð³ (@Mejorsunil) February 24, 2019
  14. Aero India is a biennial event happening in India since 1996, and the program has slowly gained a lot of momentum. These trade shows are a perfect platform for companies to show-off their offerings, and in a rapidly developing market like India, the possibilities are limitless. While India has shared deeper roots with the then-USSR in terms of defence and aviation acquisitions, the tides are slowly turning. India is among the top defence equipment importers in the world, and with nascent domestic aviation manufacturing, targeting India as a potential customer is natural. For the aviation geeks out there, the show is a mesmerising experience. Not only does it offer newer civilian aircraft, but also demonstrates the capability of India's armed forces. This year, more than fifty aircrafts were on static display at Aero India. Aerobatic performances were held by numerous aircrafts, and we've listed down our favourites. 1. Dassault Rafale © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The Rafale has become a household name in India now, but keeping aside the political controversies, it is among the most capable multirole fighter planes out there. It can perform air superiority, reconnaissance, ground support, as well as nuclear deterrence. The French Air Force primarily operates it, and Indian Air Force has placed an order of 36 aircraft. © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The French Air Force (regionally called Armée de l'air) brought a couple of their Rafale's at Aero India, and they undoubtedly attracted the most people. The delta wing design provides higher maneuverability and the jet can reach a maximum speed of Mach 1.8 (1,900 km/h). It can also go as slow as 213km/h and take off as well as land on aircraft carriers. It is a symbol of French engineering and carries forward the legacy of Dassault's Mirage 2000 jets. 2. Sukhoi 30MKI © MensXP / Shivam Vahia It is a 4.5-generation air superiority aircraft developed by Russia and India has more than 250 of them in service. With state of the art avionics and thrust vectoring nozzles, it can perform a cobra manoeuvre in which it suddenly raises the nose momentarily to the vertical position and slightly beyond. This lets it reduce air speed instantly, providing an edge in air-to-air combat. © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The Indian variant can carry a BrahMos supersonic missile and employs a variety of weapons for ground-based offensive as well. It can also fly at double the speed of sound and pick up enemy at ranges in excess of 200kms. 3. LCA Tejas © MensXP / Shivam Vahia It is an indigenously developed aircraft and the first squadron was raised in July 2016. The complete structure is made of composite materials to reduce weight and increase performance. Just like the Rafale, it has a delta wing design for increased maneuverability. The air show depicted its exceedingly high rate of climb along with sharp turns to provide an edge in air-to-air combat. It features a complete glass cockpit along with a heads-up display and fly by wire technology for simpler handling. Aero India 2019 dazzled when Tejas rose to the sky, thundering amidst the much hyped Rafale and staple warhorse Sukhoi. 4. C17 Globemaster III © MensXP / Shivam Vahia Transport aircrafts like the C17 were another spectacular sight. United States Air Force brought their giant from Pearl Harbour, along with the P-8I Poseidon. The plane is made by Boeing and features four engines that enable it to carry more than 77,000 kgs of cargo. © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The plane has multiple roles and can perform troop drop, strategic airlifting as well as relief operations. The Indian Air Force currently has 10 of these and they play a crucial role in maintaining logistics supply to the remote parts of the country. 5. Airbus A330neo © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The Airbus A320neo have become a common sight in India thanks to a huge operational fleet of IndiGo, GoAir, Vistara, and Air India. The A330 is a wide-body aircraft that can carry up to 400 people in a single class configuration. The "NEO" stands for New Engine Option and new Rolls Royce Trent 7000 engines are extremely efficient in terms of operating costs. So far, only three have been built and the first scheduled flight of the A330 will be operated to Mumbai. The cockpit looks very similar to the A350 and the two share a lot of common design elements.
  15. The Samsung Galaxy S10E was announced two days ago in San Francisco and its time for the smartphone to debut in India. The South Korean giant has opened pre-bookings of the Galaxy S smartphones on its official website and if you want to know more about the smartphone, you can read all about it here. The Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10E will be available to purchase in India from 8th March 2019 on and customers can already pre-book the smartphone on the official Samsung website. The higher memory variants on Galaxy S10+ will be available in the ceramic finish. Galaxy S10+ will be available in 1 TB, 512GB and 128 GB storage variants and will be priced at INR 1,17,900, INR 91,900 and INR 73,900 respectively. The 1TB and the 512GB variant will come in the ceramic white and black colours. The 128GB will be available in prism black, white and blue colours. The 1 TB and 512 GB variants are being offered in luxurious, ceramic white and ceramic black colours respectively, while the 128 GB variant will come in premium prism black, prism white and prism blue colours. The 512GB variant of Galaxy S10 will be priced at INR 84,900 and will be available in prism white colour, whereas the 128 GB variant will be offered for INR 66,900 in prism black, prism white and prism blue colours. Further, Galaxy S10e comes with only 128 GB storage variant in prism black and prism white colours. It will be priced at INR 55,900. Consumers who pre-order the Galaxy S10 can also purchase either the Galaxy Watch For Rs 9,999 or the Galaxy Buds for Rs 2,999. Galaxy Watch currently retails at INR 29,990 and Galaxy Buds retails at INR 9,990. Just to wrap all the pricing, here are the different pricing brackets for the Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10E: Galaxy S10e (6GB RAM+128 GB Storage) - â¹55,900. Galaxy S10 (8GB RAM+128 GB Storage) Galaxy S10 â¹66,900 (8GB RAM+512GB Storage) - â¹84,900. Galaxy S10+ (8GB RAM+128 Storage) - â¹73,900, Galaxy S10+ (8GB RAM+512 Storage) - â¹91,900. Galaxy S10+ Ceramic (12GB RAM + 1TB Storage) - â¹1,17,900. Galaxy Buds - Rs 9,990
  16. It was a big day for the Indian Air Force at Aero India 2019, as India's very own self-made fighter jet whizzed through the sunny skies demonstrating India's military prowess and strength. Called the Light Combat Aircraft or LCA Tejas, the fighter jet is all set to join our forces guarding the skies as it was given the nod of operational clearance to be included in the Air Force. Unveiled for the public yesterday at the Aero India 2019 show, CEMILAC presented the weaponised jet's operational clearance certificate to Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa, Chief of Air Staff, at the ceremony. Final Operational Clearance (FOC) of LCA Tejas MK I for Indian Air Force https://t.co/uvYB5u0IQW @DefenceMinIndia @AeroIndiashow @PIB_India @SpokespersonMoD pic.twitter.com/RbK0j7Nsjo — DRDO (@DRDO_India) February 20, 2019 Apart from carrying out attacks and aiding defences on the Indian side, Tejas can deliver weapons too with easy precision. Additionally, "LCA Tejas performed air-to-ground attacks and air-to-air refuelling at IAF's Vayu Shakti air display at Pokhran in Rajasthan on February 16," Marshal Dhanoa told the media. Flying of LCA Tejas by Chief of the Army Staff & Principal Scientific Adviser to GoI https://t.co/FrhWEGLZ6y pic.twitter.com/dfLGdPC1Zv — DRDO (@DRDO_India) February 21, 2019 The operational clearance also marks a great day for Indian aeronautical engineers, scientists and defense industry because not only does Tejas make our forces more powerful and therefore more confident, but it also proves that India continues to become more self-sufficient with every passing day. Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat who took a sortie in Tejas, said thus sharing his experience on flying the jet, “flight in LCA Tejas was an experience of a lifetime. From what I could witness, avionics are very good, it's targeting is very good. It's a wonderful aircraft if it gets added to inventory it will increase our air power." Chief of the Army Staff General Bipin Rawat was flown in trainer version of DRDO's Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas to demonstrate operational capabilities of the aircraft during #AeroIndia2019 at Bengaluru. pic.twitter.com/sdP0fwv3iE — All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) February 21, 2019 The event also touched a few cords when the Indian Air Force's aerobatic team came together in the 'Missing Man' formation to pay homage to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee who christened the LCA “Tejas”. The formation also honoured Wing Commander Sahil Gandhi, who lost his life after a mid-air collision during the rehearsals for Aero India air show just a day before the ceremony. They did pay a fitting tribute. The missing man formation at #Aeroindia2019. pic.twitter.com/teBST43gg9 — Meghna Girish (@megirish2001) February 20, 2019
  17. Ever since the infamous Pulwama terror attack, former Indian cricketers and other sports officials have been talking about boycotting the Pakistan cricket team during the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 to be held in England and Wales in June. With Punjab Cricket Association removing the photos of iconic Pakistani cricketers from the Mohali stadium and now BCCI doing the same from the head office, the rage in the cricket fraternity is burning deep against our neighbours. A couple of days ago, former Indian bowler Harbhajan Singh voiced his displeasure against Pakistan. "Don't play the World Cup match with Pakistan on June 16 — country comes first for all of us and we are all standing with our forces,” said the cricketer. “Pakistan has been promoting cross-border terrorism and this attack was unbelievably shocking.” On Wednesday, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly echoed his ex-teammate's opinion when he basically said that Team India is strong enough to be a success at the World Cup even if they do not play against the match Sarfraz Ahmed and his men. But amidst all the chaos there are all but four decisions that the Board of Cricket Control in India can choose to take and all of them are bound to cause multi-fold consequences: Decision 1: Complete Boycott Of Pakistan During The World Cup © Reuters A complete boycott would involve forfeiting every game against Pakistan during the World Cup. In a relatively shorter tournament of the top 10 teams in the world, every side is going to play at least one game against the nine others during the points round. Without a doubt, India is more than capable to making it to the semis even if they give up some points but what if the two teams meet in the knockout rounds or worse yet, in the final? Will BCCI be willing to up give the chance of winning the World Cup? Decision 2: Forfeiting Just The Points Round Match © Reuters If India decides to boycott the Men in Green during the points round, they still have eight matches to cover up. Sure, the burden on Virat Kohli and team's shoulders would be a tad bit more than the others but it's nothing they can't handle. Say, the Men in Blue do meet them in the semis of the final and decide to play them, then does that not defeat the whole purpose of the protest? Doesn't it feel like a facade, an act to show revolt against Pakistan? Decision 3: Campaign To Ban Pakistan From The World Cup © Reuters According to a report by News 18, the Committee of Administration (CoA) has ordered BCCI to push the International Cricket Council (ICC) into banning the Pakistani cricket team from participating in the 2019 World Cup altogether. There is no denying the fact that India is the major revenue source for ICC and if BCCI puts them in a situation to choose between the two teams, the council is likely to tilt in favour of India. However, if things were to go south and ICC rejects BCCI's 'Ban-Pakistan' campaign, not only will it play against the public image of the Board but it will also lead to people questioning India's ability to host the 2021 Champions Trophy and the 2023 World Cup. Decision 4: Play Pakistan Regardless © Reuters This may turn out to be upsetting to a lot of us but this is the most likely decision BCCI is going to take. The attack has left a deep impact in the heart of every Indian citizen but all the hard work put in by Team India must be rewarded. The revolt against terrorism is not disregarded but the World Cup is important too. It is easy for people to suggest the boycott but even if there is a slight chance of this measure leading to a sad end to India's world cup journey, BCCI will act against it. In such times of distress the need for rational decision-making is of utmost importance. Loud noises and anger looks dramatic, sure, but what impacts would take leave on BCCI and the Indian cricket team in the long run must be taken into consideration. The ultimate authority lies in the hands of the Indian board.
  18. It seems like Samsung is all set to take on the iPhone XR with its own affordable version of the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10E boasts flagship level specifications but costs less than its bigger brother. It has almost every feature as the Galaxy S10/S10+ but with a few features stripped out. The Galaxy S10E is priced at $750 which is the same price as the iPhone XR and will naturally compete with Apple's affordable version of the iPhone. Having said that, there are some noticeable differences between the two smartphones such as the processor, camera setups and display size/quality. An affordable flagship smartphone is what makes a smartphone a huge success in India. It's a formula that has been working for OnePlus and Poco Phone for now and it seems like Samsung wants a slice of the pie. The Galaxy S10E will be the more affordable variant in the entire Galaxy series of 2019 and here are some of the key areas where it will challenge the iPhone XR. Cameras © Twitter The Galaxy S10E has a slight advantage over the iPhone XR in this department as it has a dual camera setup where one of the lenses is an ultra-wide lens. The primary sensor has dual aperture f1.5/f2.4 whereas the iPhone XR has a single 12 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide) sensor. The Galaxy S10E will be able to do everything the iPhone XR can with the additional ability to take wide angle pictures. In terms of picture quality, that remains to be seen when we get to take it for a spin ourselves. However, the iPhone XR is capable of taking some awesome pictures which you can have a look in our review here. The Processor © Samsung The Galaxy S10E is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chipset in the US whereas the Indian variant will come with Samsung's own Exynos 9820 chipset. Apple has an advantage here as the iPhone XR is powered by the A12 Bionic chip which blows Qualcomm's 855 chipsets out of the water. Even though Qualcomm is catching up with Apple's A12's performance, it's still slower in performance. The story remains the same with Samsung's Exynos 9820 chipset. Apple's A12 Bionic Chipset is the first chip that uses the 7nm architecture and has three important components. It has the CPU, GPU and Apple's own Neural Engine. The Exynos 9820 uses the 8nm architecture which is not quite up to the mark when it comes to battery life and performance when compared to the A12 Bionic SoC. Display © BCCL Samsung is known for its displays and the Galaxy S10E has a 5.8-inch AMOLED; 2,280x1,080 pixels panel. The iPhone XR, on the other hand, has a 6.1-inch LCD Retina Display; 1,792x828 pixels which are not in the same league as the S10E. Even though the iPhone XR has one of the most beautiful LCD screens we've ever seen, it still cannot beat Samsung's AMOLED display with higher pixels and resolution. The S10E's display even has a higher pixel density at 522ppi. It Has Reverse Charging © Samsung Both smartphones have wireless charging support but the Galaxy S10E takes it a step further. Then new Galaxy smartphones have a new feature called PowerShare. It lets the smartphone charge other devices wirelessly. We've already seen this feature on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro; however, Samsung has brought this feature to a more affordable device.
  19. Once a unified nation, India and Pakistan have gone on to become arch-rivals following the hurtful partition in 1947. Since then, the cross-border tensions, political differences and the prolonged issue of Kashmir have all fuelled the rivalry between the two neighbouring countries. However, despite the differences in opinion on numerous matters between India and Pakistan, the cricketers from both the countries share mutual respect and admiration. Virat Kohli was probably the first individual to praise Mohammad Amir after he returned to cricket following his match-fixing saga. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) also sent a signed Team India jersey to Shahid Afridi upon his retirement from cricket. Then, Afridi struck a chord with Indian fans after showing respect to the tri-colour during an ice cricket tournament in Switzerland. But, it seems times have changed. © AP The dastardly Pulawama attack that claimed the lives of more than 40 CRPF personnel has got everyone on the edge with the ties between the two nations reaching an all-time low. The suicide terror strike carried out by Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) has enraged India and its citizens who are now calling for a complete boycott of Pakistan. And, amid all the backlash, Afridi did his reputation no good after he was seen spewing venom on India during an interview on a Pakistani news channel. Lauding Pakistan PM Imran Khan's recent statements, Afridi blamed India for targeting Pakistan under the garb of the Pulwama attack without any proof. Pakistani Cricket Star @SAfridiOfficial endorsing the message of @ImranKhanPTI sent to India through a speech and saying Pakistan want friendly relations with all neighbours “Indians should behave like a well educated nation” watch tonight in #CapitalTalk on Geo News at 8 PST pic.twitter.com/2PxkesHmzq — Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) February 20, 2019 "Without any proof they are putting all the blame onto Pakistan straight away. PM Imran Khan has once again spoken on this matter in a positive & clear way to explain that Pakistan wants to have good relations with not only India, but also Afghanistan, Iran & China," Afridi was heard saying on the show. In the wake of the ghastly attack, IMG Reliance recently pulled out as the main broadcaster of the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) which is currently in progress. Reacting to that, Afridi once again took a dig at India by claiming that educated people don't behave in this manner. "You find out who your friends are at difficult times. What are they trying to show the world that they are educated? Educated people don't behave in such a manner," Afridi said. While the Indian government has already taken measures to isolate Pakistan, the BCCI is also mulling the idea of boycotting Pakistan at the ICC World Cup in England & Wales, later this year. Amidst all that, Afridi, rather than behaving like an ideal sports icon, has got Indian fans up in arms. Hahahahahaha zahil and fixer quom of the asia .giving lecture on education ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð — बà¥à¤¨ kumar..ð®ð³ (@valorbharat) February 20, 2019 It's obvious how crude the Pakistani cricketers thinking is...... — Sid Gautam / సిధారà±à°¦ à°à±à°¤à°®à± (@SidGaut22547984) February 21, 2019 Abe Lala @SAfridiOfficial, lost ur respect totally. World knows who's educated and who's terrorist. — Muthuraj M (@MMuthuraj1980) February 20, 2019 Who told that ediot that we are your friend,,,ð¤ð¤ð¤­ð¤­ — Harshit Kumar (@Er_kumarharshit) February 20, 2019 Speaking of educated people... pic.twitter.com/Yf95m0eD1b — Kaustubh Pathak (@KPathak93) February 20, 2019 Says a guy who couldn't write crystal clear in one attempt — ashwin agarwal (@ashwinguru) February 20, 2019 Pakistan harboring the Osamas and the Masood Azhars of the world, talking about EDUCATION? — Bhupesh Sahu (@Nazgul_BS) February 21, 2019 Zahil.of the century spotted pic.twitter.com/0RcBJjToBU — बà¥à¤¨ kumar..ð®ð³ (@valorbharat) February 20, 2019
  20. Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team have been on a roll ever since the beginning of 2019. Having won the Test and ODI series in Australia and the ODI series in New Zealand has not only led to a number of individual awards for the Men in Blue but also gave a confidence boost to the team. Kohli himself has been on a tear with 2018 being his year without doubt. For his brilliance as the captain of a very capable Indian side and his exceptional skills with the bat, the International Cricket Council (ICC) decided to honour the athlete with three of the most prestigious awards during the ICC Awards last month. ICC Men's Cricketer of the Year â ICC Men's Test Cricketer of the Year â ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year â Captain of ICC Test Team of the Year â Captain of ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year â Let's hear from the man himself, @imvKohli! #ICCAwards ð pic.twitter.com/3M2pxyC44n — ICC (@ICC) January 22, 2019 Currently ranked number 2 in the ICC Ranking for ODI teams, India consists of some very talented batsmen in Virat Kohli (World Rank 1), Rohit Sharma (World Rank 2) and Shikhar Dhawan (World Rank 10) and bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah (World Rank 1), Kuldeep Yadav (World Rank 4) and Yuzvendra Chahal (World Rank 5) who have helped immensely in restricting the opponents to lower totals. There is no doubting that the Indian cricket team is one of the greatest sides in today's era and is considered to be one of the favourites for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. However, there is another team that has been having one of the most iconic runs in the modern age. The England cricket team has literally been on top of their game throughout 2018. Ranked number 1 on ICC ODI team rankings, Eoin Morgan's team might as well be the greatest team England has ever cheered for. While hitter Joe Root (World Rank 4) and one of the finest English all-rounders in Moeen Ali (World Rank 5) have contributed heavily towards keeping their side on top, players like Adil Rashid (World Rank 8) and Chris Woakes (World Rank 12) have been a terror for the rival batsmen. In the latest display of their brilliance, during the first of five ODI games to take place against the Windies, England chased down a massive score of 360 runs with extremely ease nullifying Chris Gayle's heroic comeback innings in which he scored his 24th ODI century while hitting 12 long sixes. What an incredible victory for England! They've chased down 361 – it's England's highest successful run-chase in ODI cricket! Jason Roy and Joe Root have led the way with centuries to help England go 1-0 up in the series. #WIvENG | SCORECARD â¬ï¸ https://t.co/pQbWOWuEQM pic.twitter.com/xnc1hAiLlA — ICC (@ICC) February 20, 2019 Opener Jason Roy and middle-order powerhouse Joe Root, both scored centuries at supernatural strike rates while skipper Eoin Morgan also contributed to the win with 65 runs. Winning with an over and a half and 6 wickets in hand, England get the world know that they are already world cup-ready. While teams like New Zealand and South Africa along with a replenished Australian side (with in return of Steve Smith and David Warner) will make for some tough competition, it will be Morgan's men who will surely pose the greatest threat to Virat Kohli's dream of lifting the world cup as the captain of the Indian cricket team.
  21. `Last year, Vivo launched the NEX and it was among the first few phones to sport a pop-up camera. The brand was also the first one to bring an in-display fingerprint scanner. Today, Vivo announced its first phone of 2019 in India, the V15 Pro. The V15 Pro brings in all the various trends from 2018, and clubs it into one. Having multiple rear cameras on the rear is the latest trend, and Vivo has decided to join the bandwagon as well. Amazon and Flipkart have been teasing the phone for quite some time now and here's everything you need to know about it. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla It has a glass back with a colour gradient and a notch-less display with smaller bezels. Vivo boasts that it has further cut down the chin, offering a better screen-to-body ratio of 91.6 percent. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla On the front is a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution. It comes with a Snapdragon 675 processor along with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. For authentication, it features an in-display fingerprint scanner, as well as face unlock. A dedicated Smart Button activates Google Assistant and the phone also ships with Vivo's Jovi assistant. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The V15 Pro includes a triple rear camera setup consisting of: a 48-megapixel primary sensor with Quad Pixel technology, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The Quad Pixel technology can combine four pixels into one large pixel to deliver a high-quality 12-megapixel picture. This comes handy in low-light pictures when details tend to get blurry. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The pop-up module houses a 32-megapixel selfie camera and Vivo is confident it's sturdy enough to withstand daily wear and tear. The hardware is assisted by AI Portrait, AI Beauty, and AI Super Night Mode for even better output. The phone ships with Android 9 Pie based Funtouch OS 9 and is backed by a 3700mAh battery. For fast charging, the phone also supports dual-engine charging. Lastly, Game Mode 5.0 ensures better gaming performance by prioritizing resources and slightly overclocks the CPU to reduce frame-drops. It has been priced at Rs 28,990 for the 6GB+128GB and shall be available via all major retailers as well as online sellers starting Feb 20th.
  22. The Pulwama terror attack has left the entire nation in a state of horror and shock. Over 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives in the terrorist attack and a state of grave remorse and grief has struck everyone. © Twitter In the aftermath of the Pulwama attacks, a lot of Kashmiri students across the country have been under threat of verbal and physical violence and even though communal hatred is not something that is preached in a democracy, it is sad to know and witness that something like this can still fall upon us. As a result, many Kashmiri students are trying to run back home but it is not possible to be dislocated for something they are not even responsible for, right? In North India, Delhi and Dehradun have reported a big number of retaliation attacks on Kashmiri students. Khalsa Aid organisation has come forward to offer help to all distressed students and is even helping students go back home. In the midst of angst & hatred @Khalsa_Aid stands out for love & humanity This pic showing transportation of Kashmiri students by Khalsa Aid volunteers from Dehradun & Chandigarh @BDUTT @Nidhi @ReallySwara#Pulwama #PulwamaAttack #Kashmiri #KashmirTerrorAttack pic.twitter.com/YBihZ90Dh5 — Angad Singh (@Angad_Pb) February 19, 2019 We are all kashmiris thanks to @Khalsa_Aid proud on you #seikhcommunity help our students provide shelters foods.. Alhamdulillah all kashmiris feel safe in #Gurudwara Really Singh is king Humanity example Brotherhood pic.twitter.com/7yVD0eys4x — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 Besides providing transportation and helping the students relocate, the good Samaritans at Khalsa Aid are ensuring that they are provided with all sanitation needs and food as well. There are so many Muslim organisations in India be it Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Hind, Owaisis, Madnis and all. Nobody came to the rescue of Kashmiri students But Sikh organisations @Khalsa_Aid did... Sikh friends in Punjab did a commendable... Allah bless you all pic.twitter.com/X73WeprKi8 — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 More than 20 buses have been arranged and funded for Kashmiri students to travel from Punjab to Kashmir. Kashmiri Students : Our India team continues to assist the Kashmiri students with safe evacuation. We have so far funded 20 buses from Panjab to Kashmir. Our Tnx to all the amazing volunteers who assisted @amarpreet1313 with this task...@RisingKashmir pic.twitter.com/UDO2tQYK0r — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) February 19, 2019 Needless to say, nothing at all is done to earn goodwill or prove a point. The point here is simple: humanity is the biggest religion of them all. If we can learn from this example and do our bit, then we succeed as humans. For all @Khalsa_Aid has done for Kashmiri people in the past few days deserves our utmost respect. The Sikh brethren has come to our aid when we needed them the most. They represent the difference between the educated people and the literate people. — Sheikh Hamzah (@sheikh_hamzah) February 19, 2019 This is creating the real goodwill, brotherhood. The Kashmiris can only offer â¤â¤â¤ @Khalsa_Aid https://t.co/4FkoQBwm0M — Ishfaq Tantry (@ishfaqtantry) February 18, 2019 I am thankful to all Sikh Community @Khalsa_Aid behalf of me, behalf of Whole Kashmiries for protecting our sisters and brothers in India.. our prayers and love will remain with you.. thank you so much. â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/IcPZXrEXDw — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 Let's try to unite and deal with the problem at hand like a nation should. Driving away students in the name of communal hatred gives no results. The Khalsa Aid has always proved to be a stellar example of humanity and the organisation consists of true heroes who believe in the concept of 'seva'. Kashmiri students,who studies in punjab,dehradun nd other states,came to gurudwara singh shaheeda bcoz of insecurities faced.all facilities provided to them nd @Khalsa_Aid provided them transportation to j&k nd assured security frm punjab police#PulwamaAttack#Prabhas pic.twitter.com/VI8Wij43VE — Harpreet Kaur Narwal (@HarpreetPrabhas) February 19, 2019 Fixed my heart, restored my faith in humanity and said my thanks. Zindabaad @Khalsa_Aid Khudayas Hawale! ð pic.twitter.com/rKS57xQqwR — Javid Parsa (@parsa_javid) February 18, 2019 Together we can and we will make a difference, if only we truly want it.
  23. The Indian Army deserves all the respect in the world. Here we have Vicky Kaushal offering a heartfelt tribute to them on behalf of the entire country.
  24. The average selling price of smartphones in India is Rs 12,000 according to IDC's Q4 2018 report. A majority of the smartphone sales are in this segment, and this is the core reason why companies have flooded this bracket with as many phones as possible. For the end user, more options are better since you can get exactly what you want. Xiaomi has multiple devices like the Mi A2 and Redmi Note 6 / 5 Pro, Realme has the U1 and 2 Pro, and Samsung's just getting started with the M-series. Here are our top picks for the best phone you can get in this price range: 1. Samsung Galaxy M20 (Rs 12,990): © MensXP / Shivam Vahia Samsung is adopting a competitive stance against online sales to take on Xiaomi, and the M20 is supposed to be a forerunner for the M-series. The brand wants to bring a high-end experience to the budget segment via software, and it has been kind of successful in doing so. It ships with Samsung Experience 9.5 out of the box. The front has a 6.3-inch display and the phone is powered by an Exynos 7904 octa-core processor. The top variant gets 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, with an option for expandable storage. The rear has a 13+5-megapixel dual camera setup (secondary being the wide angle), while the front has an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. Backing these internals is a huge 5000mAh battery. 2. Nokia 5.1 Plus (Rs 14,499): © TelecomTalk Nokia branded phones are known for their solid build quality, and this device feels extremely premium and sturdy for its price. It has a unique ergonomic feel in hand and thanks to Android One, you'll never have to worry about software updates as well. It has a 5.86-inch display and the phone is powered by a MediaTek P60 chipset. The top variant comes with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, expandable via microSD card. The rear has a 13+5-megapixel dual camera setup, while the front has an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. Backing these internals is a decent 3060mAh battery, that charges via USB-C. 3. Xiaomi Mi A2 (Rs 13,999): © MensXP / Akshay Bhalla The Mi A2 was one of the most sought smartphones of 2018 thanks to the legacy of Mi A1. The phone is a part of Google's Android One initiative and comes with a Stock Android interface. It has a 6-inch display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and a screen-to-body ratio of 77 per cent. Powering the phone is a Snapdragon 660 chipset along with 4GB RAM in the base variant. On the rear is a 12+20-megapixel dual camera setup while the front has a 20-megapixel selfie shooter. The rear camera is capable of clicking amazing pictures in daylight and even the low-light output is decent. Backing these internals is a 3000mAh battery. On the flip side, it lacks a microSD card slot as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. 4. ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2 (Rs 14,999): © Android Authority This is another phone that ships with a near stock Android UI, but isn't a part of Android One. The design is shiny thanks to a glossy back panel and the front has a wide notch. ASUS has marketed the phone towards performance and it definitely scores well in this department. It has a 6.26-inch display and powering the phone is a Snapdragon 660 chipset. The top variant currently gets 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, while a 6GB RAM variant is awaited. The rear has a 12+5-megapixel dual camera setup, while the front has a 13-megapixel selfie shooter. It is backed by a huge 5000mAh battery that charges via USB-C. 5. Realme U1 (Rs 12,999): © MensXP / Shivam Vahia Realme has been consistently launching new phones, and this one is targeted towards performance. The U1 has a shiny back panel and a tiny water drop notch on the front. The back has a slight colour gradient, giving it some premium aesthetics. The front has a 6.3-inch display and the phone is powered by a MediaTek P70 processor. You get 4GB RAM and 64GB storage in the top variant, along with expandable storage. The rear has a 13+2-megapixel dual camera setup, and the front has a 25-megapixel selfie shooter. Lastly, backing these internals is a 3500mAh battery that charges via 10W.
  25. India was shaken to its core on February 14 2019, when a JeM suicide bomber rammed his car, laden with over 350kgs of explosives into a bus carrying CRPF jawans, in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. In the wake of one of the worst terrorist attacks ever in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, not just the families of the martyred jawans, but the whole nation is filled with rage and weeping over the loss of these bravehearts. AP In this dark time, people from across the country have proved to be a ray of hope as they are coming forward to provide financial help to the families of the martyred jawans. People are doing everything possible to show that they stand strong with the jawans' families, even if it means cancelling their wedding reception at the last minute. Pexels Meet the Surat-based couple, Ami and Meet, who chose to donate Rs. 11 lakh to the families of martyrs, instead of hosting a lavish reception. The couple, together with their families, gave Rs. 5 lakh to various NGOs working towards the welfare of jawans and their families. After #KashmirTerrorAttack in #Pulwama, Surat families got together and canceled elaborate wedding in #Surat. The families to donate Rs 11 lakh to families of the martyrs and another Rs 5 lakh to welfare organizations. Wedding on Feb 15 to be low-key. #Gujarat Respect. ð pic.twitter.com/bGoPhIxGo3 — Kumar Manish (@kumarmanish9) February 15, 2019 Reportedly, the girl's father is a diamond businessman from Surat called Dewashi Manek. The couple's families mutually decided to go for a simple wedding and informed their respective relatives about the same and donated the money to the families who lost their loved ones in the terror attack. Other than that, organisations like 'Bharat Ke Veer', and 'Milaap' and even Paytm have started fundraisers to urge people to donate money to the martyred jawans' families. More than 40 jawans were killed in the terror attack and the death toll is on a constant rise as soldiers are succumbing to their grave injuries.
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