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  1. The UP government under Yogi Adityanath has launched a contest that encourages people to come up with creative suggestions on how to prevent further spread of COVID-19. The advertisements were published by the state health department in most newspapers in the state The advertisement states that there are two categories. In the first type, they call for suggestions in 150 words for ideas on breaking the coronavirus transmission chain. The Yogi government is then going to choose ten of the most âoriginal and innovativeâ submissions and they shall be rewarded a cash prize of Rs 10,000 each. © Reuters For the second category, participants are asked to submit a one-minute short-form video with possible ideas like, COVID-19 prevention tips, safety practices to beat the virus, measures to keep physical and mental health in check, and inspiring stories of patients who have successfully recovered from the virus. The best 100 entries in this category will be awarded Rs 10,000 each. The criteria to judge the videos have also been mentioned. This includes the presentation, content, entertainment value, and technical quality of the submissions. To submit an email ID and a WhatsApp number has been provided. The last date for sending entries is 8 July and the names of the winners will be declared on 15 July. © Reuters Amit Mohan Prasad, UPâs principal health secretary has said that the main motive behind this contest is to defeat the coronavirus pandemic with the help of the citizens. âWe are encouraging people to make videos about coronavirus. One-minute videos have been invited from the public on various issues, including prevention for coronavirus, awareness, and ways to break the chain of infection. Selected entries will be given a cash award,â he said. He insists that the contest submissions will be considered seriously for further action, âWe will work further on the basis of fresh ideas received from the public,â he added. © Reuters The opposition was rather critical of the move. Congress MLC Deepak Singh said the state government should be focused on measures that would give tangible results instead. âIf it is indeed concerned about the welfare of the people, then they should be informed about correct figures of coronavirus cases and more testing should be done,â he said. Singh added that the government processes with regard to COVID-19 needed to be streamlined. âIt is a government led by people who believe in crazy ideas like clapping and banging plates to beat COVID. They have absolutely no idea about how to tackle this pandemic,â he added. As of Tuesday, Uttar Pradesh has a total of 22,828 COVID-19 cases, which includes 672 deaths. While the nation stands at a grand total of 5,67,000 cases and 16,893 deaths. View the full article
  2. The 55-year-old leader will not be immediately returning to work, on the advice of his medical staff, says spokesperson
  3. According to the Chinese governmentâs statements, the first Coronavirus patient - COVID-19âs âpatient zeroâ had contracted the virus on November 17th, 2019. Itâs been just over 120 days and close to 300,000 cases have been reported since then, and the global effect of this pandemic seems to have spread on a scale never seen before on Earth © Reuters; A combination picture shows school children leaving the primary school of Omar El Mokhtar in Cairo, Egypt March 11, 2020. The school is closed following government efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus. From Times Square NYC to the skies of Mumbai, things are changing rapidly - and in ways that many of us wouldnât have expected. With the economy finding new and unusual ways to keep chugging along, public streets seem emptier - very few are fancying vacations with air travel regulations in place. Hereâs how the pandemic has switched things up, at key locations around the world: 1. The Johor-Singapore Causeway The causeway between #Singapore and #Malaysia is one of of the world's busiest border crossings. Here it is before and after Malaysia imposed a travel ban to stop the spread of the #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/ElwPwIjCS5 â Aradhana Aravindan (@RDchatters) March 18, 2020 This immense 1,056-metre link between Malaysia and Singapore is crucial to the backbone of maritime Southeast Asia - being the busiest border crossing in the world with 350,000 travellers daily. After Malaysiaâs government set forth a series of travel bans, not a single civilian vehicle has made the trip. 2. The Kaabah, Mecca (left) empty mecca source from the internet. (right) i took it before coronaoutbreak last month. pic.twitter.com/YMwaV5jYMk â hazwanmatassan (@Hazwanbhm) March 19, 2020 The holiest land according to Islamic scripture, Meccaâs Kaabah brings in millions of pilgrims to worship each year - although in response to over 200 COVID-19 cases in Saudi Arabia, the country announced that the customary five prayers and weekly congregations would be on hold while combating the virus, halting a religious tradition that has continued through centuries. 3. St. Peterâs Square, Vatican City A view of empty chairs at St. Peter's Square Vatican City.#photography #coronavirus #covid19 #Rome #Italy pic.twitter.com/f351cWTghQ â The Z World (@TheZWorld) March 18, 2020 Similarly, the Vatican City has seen none of its usual crowds at St. Peterâs Square, the large plaza facing St. Peterâs Basilica, the largest and perhaps most artistically significant cathedral in the world - before the devastating outbreak in Italy, the grounds would draw over 50,000 people each day. 4. Traffic Hotspots, Bengaluru That's dream come true ð https://t.co/ow0verUiUr â Partha (@partha79) March 18, 2020 If youâve driven a vehicle in Bengaluru, itâs likely that youâve been acquainted with the cityâs mortal enemy - traffic. According to recent reports, however, Bangaloreans were stunned to see the jams calm down from 30-50 per cent since Coronavirus quarantine measures were imposed. 5. Bandra & Worli Skies, Mumbai Donât remember Mumbai Sky looking like this in last 10 years. pic.twitter.com/zpsx9tyWMc â Dhiraj (@dhirajwrites) March 19, 2020 Mumbaikars this week also found themselves pleasantly surprised - while the city usually deals with hazy, lifeless skies due to local pollution, the Coronavirus outbreak has preceded a surprising drop in pollution levels - leading to social media exploding with photos of bright blue skies, a rare occurrence in the city. 6. ISKCON Temple, Delhi A deserted view of ISKON Temple as the temple has been closed for the general public due to coronavirus outbreak at Kailash Colony. In Delhi, 9 positive cases of #COVID19 have been reported so far. Track updates here https://t.co/fliRRu2d1N (Pictures by @sanchit2294) pic.twitter.com/xf4UmMvTWE â HT Delhi (@htdelhi) March 18, 2020 ISKCON's Krishna temples have also been hit by the virus, with the religious society choosing to turn to medical precautions and technology to keep things running. While it has shut doors and preached the importance of social distancing, resident devotees continue to run aartis and special prayers that are being broadcasted on ISKONâs website. 7. Times Square, New York City Ballet dancer and performer Ashlee Montague of New York wears a gas mask while she dances in Times Square as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Manhattan. Photo by Andrew Kelly pic.twitter.com/kcJG3tfpOL â corinne_perkins (@corinne_perkins) March 19, 2020 One of the most recognisable landmarks in the world, the glowing neon signs of Times Square usually shine on 330,000 people each day - and are now hauntingly empty, allowing artists to take to the streets in search of creative inspiration. 8. Taj Mahal, Agra #India Pictures show tourists visiting the Taj Mahal on January 3, 2018 (L) and the same view of Taj Mahal with low number of tourists on March 16, 2020, amid concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, in Agra. ð¸ Pawan Sharma ð¸ @dofaget pic.twitter.com/FelNMSzYw9 â AFP Photo (@AFPphoto) March 17, 2020 The Taj Mahal was already in the process of limiting itâs 70,000 daily visitors to 40,000 due to safety and conservation concerns, yet the COVID-19 outbreak brought that total down to 0, with it shutting doors this Tuesday. 9. Ibiza, Mediterranean Sea Ibiza deserted by Coronavirus ð pic.twitter.com/zBjrhnDaND â Sheikh Haidar (@sheikh_haidar) March 15, 2020 Part of countless songs, music videos and party references, it now seems like no one's too excited at the famous Mediterranean party destination. Bars, clubs and pubs all fold in front of the lack of tourists and outbreak concerns from locals. 10. Central London The surrealness of the coronavirus crisis has really hit home after seeing the streets of central London totally deserted bar homeless people and Deliveroo drivers at 10pm on what turned out to be a very eerie Friday night walk pic.twitter.com/lXj3GQ2bio â Maya Oppenheim (@MayaOppenheim) March 20, 2020Perhaps even eerier than New York Cityâs streets are Londonâs - 10 PM isnât anywhere close to early in the city on usual days, yet Londoners are finding their neighbourhoods desolate and quiet. Howâs your neighbourhood looking since the outbreak began? Share your thoughts in the comments. View the full article
  4. The 12th draw for the prize bond Rs 40,000 (Premium), draw result: March 10, 2020 - List of draw
  5. Australia is going through a severe drought amidst the wildfires and a lot of people and animals are paying for the unfortunate circumstances there, losing both lives and property. Animals too have succumbed to their fate as more than 500 million animals have died due to these bushfires, and many more will be injured or dead, till these fires stop. In all this madness, Australia has decided to kill about 10,000 camels, and we really can't understand why! © Twitter Thousands of camels will be shot dead from helicopters, as a result of extreme heat and drought. While the bushfires have been on for a few months now, the culling isn't dependant on that. They're being culled because of the drought situation prevailing in Australia currently and there are complaints that camels are endangering locals as they desperately search for water. "They are roaming the streets looking for water. We are worried about the safety of the young children" - a woman named Marita Baker, who lives in the community of Kanypi, told the BBC in an interview. The five-day cull has already begun and a lot of aboriginals have complained about camels damaging towns and building trying to look for water. Australia has hired a professional marksman, who will shoot the animals, and ironically, he comes from Australia's department of environment and water. They will eventually be slaughtered in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) area, which is a sparsely-populated part of South Australia which is home to a number of indigenous groups. © Twitter "There is extreme pressure on remote Aboriginal communities in the APY lands and their pastoral [livestock] operations as the camels search for water," says APY's general manager Richard King in an interview with BBC. "Given ongoing dry conditions and the large camel congregations threatening all of the main APY communities and infrastructure, immediate camel control is needed," he added. Camels, though, don't originally belong to Australia and are not native species. They were brought to Australia by British settlers from India, Afghanistan and the Middle East. Although we're not sure how many camels have made Australia their home, more than a hundred thousand camels inhabit parts of central Australia. They're believed to cause havoc in farmlands by damaging fences and farm property and are also believed to drink excess water which is needed by people who live there. And apparently, they also emit methane, a greenhouse gas which contributes to climate change. But even so, are these reasons good enough to kill animals, regardless of how they behave or how much they consume? Well, if that's the case, humans should stand in line next, ready to be executed! © Twitter While camel culling is absolutely unfair in Australia, there is nothing much we can do about it, except just watch and wait. Australia has lost a phenomenal amount of wildlife and even after such devastation, they're ready to kill some more of their animals, which says a lot about how humans actually handle sensitive situations, which need a strong scientific approach to it. But Australia alone has a history of culling its animals due to various circumstances, which we can't seem to overlook. Around 1932, Australia literally went into war with emus while soldiers armed with Lewis Guns were killing emus as they were causing too much havoc and crop destruction. Before seal culling was banned in 2018, Australia was a big advocate for killing seals due to the increased interaction of the long-nosed fur seal. And recently in 2013, Australia was culling (shooting) kangaroos, as the population of 500 million kangaroos was becoming an erstwhile problem for the Aussies. They killed 90 million Kangaroos and wallabies, lawfully, for commercial purposes. © Twitter Seemingly, the only way Australia can handle a crisis amongst the wildlife is by taking extreme measures and this time, 10,000 camels are targeted for the same. We really hope and wish Australia and other nations find a more respectful way of solving a crisis, that does not involve the specie to give its life for it. View the full article
  6. The 11th draw of the prize bond worth Rs 40,000 (Premium) is being held today, Tuesday, December 10, 2019 in Quetta, according to National Savings.The draw results will be published on Geo.tv as soon as the balloting is completed.Today's draw is Number 11 for Rs 40,000 prize bond (Premium).The previous draw for Rs40,000 Prize Bond (Premium) was held on 11 September 2019 in Muzaffarabad.The first prize for Rs 40,000 prize bond (Premium) will be whopping Rs 80,000,000 while the second prize of worth Rs. 30,000,000 will go to three lucky winners.Other 660 lucky winners of Rs 40,000 Prize Bond (Premium) will get Rs 500,000 each as third prize.
  7. If you're a Harry Potter fan, then you've probably spent your early teens waiting for that magical letter to Hogwarts, trying to wonder whether Diagon Alleys is real or not, and practicing charms and spells on inanimate objects around the house. Sure, we grew up, but that magic within our hearts continued to stay on. So, while Hogwarts is a dream that probably only came true in our hearts, here's one piece of good news for ardent HP fans out there. Harry's childhood home, the 'Godric's Hollow' ( no, not the attic at Privet Drive), is now available on Airbnb and can be rented our for around Rs.10,942 a night. © Airbnb This is the same house where he got the scar from Lord Voldemort, and Lily and James Potter died saving him. So while nothing of this horrendous experience awaits you, this is just for fans who'd like to live and soak in some aesthetic pleasure. Oh, also without Lord Voldemort waiting for you! © Airbnb © Airbnb © Airbnb The house is not just famous for its fictional setting but also enjoys a history of its own. Located in the village of Lavenham in the English Country, the De Vere House used to be a former five star bed and breakfast. Its rustic setting and beautiful architecture includes one of the most photographed doors in the world. © Airbnb The one-bedroom space is made available by the owner who live in the same property. The village has over 300 heritage properties and is actually a beautiful sight for history lovers. In case you manage to save up and more importantly, get a booking here, make sure you add it to your Harry Potter bucket list! View the full article
  8. Some of the best wireless headphones like the Sony WH-1000XM3 and the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 cost well upwards of Rs 20,000. But there are a lot of good options out there for which you don't necessarily have to break the bank. Buying the right pair, though, can be a little difficult with an overwhelming number of options, so we decided to make it easier for you by selecting a few good ones. These are the best Bluetooth headphones under Rs 10,000 which we think are worth buying - Sony WH-XB700 Wireless Extra Bass Headphones © Sony Sony is quite popular when it comes to audio equipment and it luckily offers an affordable alternative for its best products. If you're looking to buy a good pair of Bluetooth headphones from Sony, then we think the WH-XB700 is a great option. As the name suggests, this pair of headphones offer deep and punchy bass. It has a 30mm driver inside that's capable of giving out a clear and powerful sound. You can also use a companion app on Android and iOS to tweak the audio settings. Sony says these headphones also come with support for Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants, and 30hrs of battery life on a single charge. Price: Rs 7,500 Marshall Major II Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones © YouTube/ Aaron is Loud and Wireless Marshall is a brand that needs no introduction when it comes to audio equipment as well. Marshall's products are usually on the expensive side, thanks to the premium quality, but the Marshall Major II wireless headphones fit in this price range and they're great. This pair of headphones has a 40mm dynamic driver and offers an excellent bass response, smooth mids and great highs. It also comes with an analog knob with which you can play, pause, shuffle and adjust the sound. You can also use a 3.5mm cord to use it in wired mode, but with 30 hours battery life, we doubt if you'll need it. Price: Rs 6,399 Sennheiser HD 4.40-BT Bluetooth Headphones © Sennheiser If you're looking to pick up a pair of Sennheiser headphones, then the Sennheiser HD 4.40-BT is a great option in this price range. It comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX tech to deliver exceptional wireless sound quality. You can also use NFC to pair with devices, which is great. Sennheiser says these headphones will last for up to 25 hours on a single charge and you can also use the included cord to listen to music in wired mode. Price: Rs 7,000 Skullcandy Crusher Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones © YouTube/ JimsReviewRoom Skullcandy has a lot of budget offerings and we think the Skullcandy Crusher headphones are amongst the best in this price range. This pair of headphones use a 40mm driver for a great audio output and they also have passive noise cancellation to further enhance the audio quality. Skullcandy says these headphones can last for up to 40 hours on a single charge, which is quite impressive. Price: Rs 8,800 View the full article
  9. 2019 has been a spectacular year for smartphones, especially the budget ones. Between just Xiaomi and Realme, we got more than 15 smartphones in the budget segment, which is absolutely incredible. But as a fan of the Redmi Note series since the Redmi Note 3, I was super excited about the release of the Redmi Note 8 series in India. It's safe to say that every new handset in the Redmi Note series has brought exciting updates while maintaining an affordable price tag. I mean, it's not called the "King Of Budget Phones" for no reason. But I was particularly interested to know what the Redmi Note 8 brought to the table since it hasn't been that long since the Redmi Note 7's launch. Anyway, I've been using the Redmi Note 8 as my primary phone since it was launched in India, and I think it's currently the best phone to buy if you're looking for one under Rs 10,000. Here's why I think so - Design & Build Quality © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer I've said this before and I'll say it again - design and build quality is no longer a tradeoff when it comes to budget phones. Xiaomi itself has a lot of budget phones that look just as good as some of the premium flagships out there, if not better. Well, the Redmi Note 8 is no exception. The Redmi Note 8's design isn't a radical improvement like the Redmi Note 8 Pro, but it still looks very elegant. I really love what Xiaomi is doing with the "Aura Design". I personally think that the "Moonlight White" is the best color, but I'd say the Neptune Blue which I got for review isn't too shabby either. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The quad-camera module makes it stand out, but I am not a huge fan of the camera bump itself. But I like the fact that Xiaomi hasn't skimped on things like the 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, IR blaster, etc. There's also a fingerprint scanner at the back, which is fast and reliable. Overall, I really dig the Redmi Note 8's design and build quality. It's a well-built phone that looks good and has pretty much everything that you'd want in a phone. Display © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The Redmi Note 8 has a 6.3-inch FUllHD+ panel on the front with a waterdrop notch on top. By now, I am used to having a notch on the top, so should you unless you're willing to put up with mechanical parts of the pop-up selfie camera module. But I don't like the "Redmi" branding on the chin. The display itself is an IPS panel, which gets decently bright in direct sunlight. Of course, it's not as good as an OLED panel, but it's solid for the price. You also get the usual set of options to customize the display, and there are things like the blue light filter, etc. on MIUI. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer During my review, I watched a lot of shows on Netflix and YouTube and also did some gaming to see if I had any issues. But I am happy to report that it's a perfectly serviceable display, and you should have no issues with it whatsoever. Performance & Software The Redmi Note 8 is powered by the Snapdragon 665 SoC and it comes with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The storage, by the way, is expandable via a microSD card slot up to 512GB. Unlike the Redmi Note 8 Pro's Helio G90T, the Snapdragon 665 SoC is a tried and tested piece of hardware. It's also the one powering devices like the Realme 5 and Xiaomi's Mi A3, and I think the SoC with its 11nm architecture is solid for this price range. You'll have no issues using the Redmi Note 8 for basic tasks like web browsing, using social media, media consumption, etc. They all work flawlessly on this SoC, so no worries there. Gaming experience, however, is probably not the best we've seen so far. © MensXP Of course, you can run titles like PUBG Mobile, Call Of Duty Mobile, etc., but you may notice occasional lags and frame drops every now and then. If you're someone who likes to play a lot of games on phones, then you might want to pick up the Redmi Note 8 Pro. I mean, the "G" in Helio G90T stands for gaming, so you can't go wrong with that. On the software side of things, the Redmi Note 8 is currently running on MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie. It's kind of a bummer that these phones aren't running the new MIUI 11 out of the box, but that update is coming later this year, so there's nothing to worry about. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer As for the software, well, it's MIUI so there's a lot of room for improvement. There's nothing particularly wrong with the software, but I hate that I have to clear a bunch of pre-installed apps on a new phone. Also, the ads that keep showing up every now and then. If you're coming from a Xiaomi phone, then you know what to expect. Camera With the Redmi Note 8, Xiaomi now has a phone with quad-cameras for under Rs 10,000. The Redmi Note 8's setup includes a 48MP primary sensor with an f/1,79 aperture, an 8MP Ultra wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, the Redmi Note 8 sports a 13MP selfie shooter. Xiaomi's camera app has also improved a lot and it now offers a lot of features. There's a dedicated night mode for taking pictures in low-light, and the phone also lets you record macro videos, which is quite impressive. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The images taken during the day time with good lighting have lots of detail and I like how the ISP tries to maintain the original colours in the scene. The exposure seems to be on point with great textures. I also took a ton of low-light pictures at night with the Redmi Note 8 and found its 'Night Mode' to be really impressive. A few macro shots that I managed to capture also turned out much better than I expected. Again, there's still some room for improvement, but I like the cameras on the Redmi Note 8. Here are some camera samples - Battery Life The Redmi Note 8 packs a 4,000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging. In fact, Xiaomi is being super generous by adding the 18W fast-charger inside the box. I think that's really cool, and there's something to learn for every manufacturer. It's the little things like this that make the phone worth recommending. On a single charge, I was getting about 5 to 6 hours of screen on time, which is not bad at all. I consider myself a heavy user, and I go hard when I am reviewing a phone with max brightness and all that stuff. With that, I'd say we have a winner here. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The Final Say The Redmi Note 8 starts at Rs 9,999 in India, which if you ask me is incredibly good. In fact, I think the Redmi Note 8 is currently the best phone under Rs 10,000 and that says a lot about it considering the fact that we got some really good budget phones this year. The real competition is coming from none other than Realme in the form of the Realme 5. But all things considered, the Redmi Note 8 seems like a more well-rounded phone and things like 18W fast-charger inside the box makes it an even better deal. You should totally check out the Redmi Note 8 Pro if you can stretch the budget, but the Redmi Note 8 is the real budget king!
  10. The Aarey Forest has been making the headlines for the past few months, following an order that gave a green signal to the Mumbai Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL) to cut down trees for building a car shed. Initially, the order allowed the MMRCL to cut down more than 3,000 trees, but after the protests led by the activists, the Supreme Court had to put a halt on the order. However, still, over 2,100 trees were cut down in the car shed construction area. According to India Today, around 1,800 trees were supposed to be transplanted, following an order by the Supreme Court. The trees were transplanted in Mumbai only, majorly, Aarey and Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The MMRCL had assured that during the transplantation drive, the trees will be properly taken care of and would be re-planted under proper surveillance. #MMRC has permanently saved 1089 trees from #Metro3 #CarShed plot from #AareyMilkColony while 2141 trees were felled as per #TreeAuthority order upheld by #BombayHC. 461 trees are to be transplanted subsequently. pic.twitter.com/Nah5UFI4td — MumbaiMetro3 (@MumbaiMetro3) October 9, 2019 India Today found out that the trees that were transplanted, were tagged with laminated paper and numbers. Some of the trees were in good condition and healthy, but many others were in extremely poor condition and were nearly dead. With many of the transplanted trees having dried out and many being dead, activists are claiming that the trees that have been re-planted are the trees that were dead in the first place. Zoru Bathena, part of the inspection committee of the trees said, “1,800 trees were transplanted from various locations in Mumbai where Metro 3 construction is going on. The trees were taken from the metro construction side and transplanted to various places in Mumbai. One such location is in Aarey.” "When we did the last inspection, over 800 trees were already dead. Only stems can be seen. Over 50 per cent of the trees transplanted are dead. There is proper procedure which one has to follow while transplanting huge trees, which is not followed at all,” he said. Promises kept Commitments delivered. #MMRC has planted arnd 24,000 trees across Mumbai including #AareyMilkColony and degraded areas of #SGNP. Sturdy native species like Behada,Kadamb, Karanj etc 6 - 12 inch girth & 12-15 ft height planted. 2 years efforts and results show up. pic.twitter.com/bC4TOB5Qnp — MumbaiMetro3 (@MumbaiMetro3) October 6, 2019 He also added, “My major concern is that the trees we are talking about are for Metro 3 construction. However, more metro projects are going to be under development soon so an estimate of over 10,000 trees may die over these construction projects.” Also, 38 people were arrested and over 50 people were detained by the police for protesting to save the Aarey colony. The protesters were later released as ordered by the Supreme Court.
  11. Every year it's the same old chant – I need to stay fit. I need to hit the gym. But just a few weeks into this 'healthy state of mind', I land up giving up on the weight routines and the circuit trainings, because 'humse na ho paayega'! I don't last more than a month in the gym and that's something I have been consistently trying to change and failing miserably. This year, instead of spending my hard earned money into a kidney's worth of year-long gym memberships, I did quite the opposite. I invested in my workout gear, precisely my running shoes. After months of goading myself into staying fit, I decided to take myself seriously and turn everyday into a run towards a healthy lifestyle. Too much 'gyaan', right? Let me get to the point – I kicked off my new resolve at breakneck speed and hit the park the very next day. As a novice runner, I started a 2 mile run with my gym sneakers, but just a few days into this routine I began to notice the discomfort I was ignoring as a beginner's stride. It's only when a runner friend of mine pointed out my shoes did I realize my biggest running mistake – not investing in the right gear. That's when I bought the recently launched Reebok Forever Floatride Energy running shoes that offer pro-level performance technology. Now, I wasn't expecting to turn into a pro-runner just because I bought some pro-level shoes, but there are a number of small things that helped me grow as a runner and stay fit. For instance, my broad feet (elephant feet, whatever you want to call them) have never felt more comfortable in a pair of sneakers. The Floatride Energy foam also ensured soft cushioning on the sole which led to quick energy returns and a boost in my stride. Of course, besides the comfort of the cool new Reebok kicks, daily practice worked in my favour and helped me move from my daily 2 mile mark to the eventful 5 mile run. I even landed up joining a local running group to keep the morale up and get myself some running buddies to ensure that I stick to it. I'm a month into this routine and I can't believe I never thought of this earlier. Running is fun and the right gear, only makes it so much more easier. The best part about the Reebok Floatride is the durability and the lightweight upper mesh that gives maximum flexibility and comfort. Another bonus, the new Reebok Floatride Energy cost way less than any gym membership and are available for â¹ 9,999 in stores, on shop4reebok.com and on Flipkart, Myntra and jabong. Convinced to join my runners club yet?
  12. 2018 was a tough year for West Indies batsman and former skipper Chris Gayle, especially when it came to becoming a part of his national team to represent his country in international matches and tournaments. Bad form, injuries and controversies infested the cricketer's career to the point that he wanted to say goodbye to the sport for good back then. What made him stay in touch with the athlete in himself were the league-level tournaments that are now being hosted by most of the top cricketing nations after the success of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The Big Bash League, Pakistan Super League, Bangladesh Premier League, you name it and Gayle was there. However, 2019 brought the hitter some good fortune as the selectors decided to give him one more chance with the ODI series against the visiting England cricket team and another opportunity was all the self-proclaimed 'Universe Boss' was looking for. Playing on a superhuman level Gayle has scored 135, 50 and 162 runs in the first, second and fourth ODI matches against the Englishmen, not only becoming the first person in the history of international cricket to hit more than 500 sixes but also only the second West Indies cricketer to have more than 10,000 runs. What a record! ð³300 sixes and 10,000 ODI runs for the Universe Boss, Chris Gayle! ð´ð´ó §ó ¢ó ¥ó ®ó §ó ¿#MenInMaroon #ItsOurGame #ChrisGayle #GayleForce pic.twitter.com/aM3nDeduSa — Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) February 27, 2019 Even though Eoin Morgan's side is turning out to be way too much of a competition for the Windies, Gayle on his own, is reaching for the stars with his new-found form. Having publicly announced his decision to seek retirement after the ICC World Cup 2019, Gayle is now having second thoughts about his farewell. Overruling their own decision to part ways with the game they love isn't something new as players like Sachin Tendulkar and Shahid Afridi (obviously) have also done so in the past. And clearly, for somebody with Gayle's need to stay in the limelight, the thought of retirement has to be short-lived. "I just have to work on the body, and then maybe you can see a bit more Chris Gayle. Things change quickly,” Gayle said after losing a nail-biting fourth ODI against England. “Hopefully, the body can change in the next couple of months and we can see what happens. What's the matter with the body? I'm nearly 40. But could I un-retire? We'll see. We'll take it slowly." Never change, Universe Boss.
  13. Salman Khan's love for a good workout is as new a piece of news, as it is to say that Bhai is a virgin. Well, whatever but you get the point right? We are all aware of the fact that regardless of how jam-packed his day might be, the man never shies away from sweating it out at the gym. Salman is currently shooting in Mumbai for the last leg of his upcoming film 'Bharat', starring Katrina Kaif as the female lead. Such is the power of this 'Sultan', that according to reports, producers Atul Agnihotri and Nikhil Namit built a makeshift gym for Bhaijaan inside the movie set. View this post on Instagram @bharat_thefilm @aliabbaszafar @katrinakaif @dishapatani @whosunilgrover @atulreellife A post shared by Salman Khan (@beingsalmankhan) on Nov 14, 2018 at 8:13pm PST If reports are to be believed, the makeshift gym spreads across 10,000 square feet and has been put together to ensure that Salman doesn't have to miss out on his workout sessions during the shoots. Reportedly, the gym was put together within a week's time and also comes equipped with all top-of-the-line fitness gears one can think of. It's being said that Salman works out twice a day at the gym to maintain his lean look for this part of the shooting, where his character's younger days are being shot. View this post on Instagram âªSwachh Bharat toh hum fit... hum fit toh India fit.... then u can do whatever u want to do man.. but don't trouble your motherland . A post shared by Salman Khan (@beingsalmankhan) on Aug 12, 2018 at 10:31pm PDT 'Bharat' happens to be Bhai's most anticipated movie of the year. It is a drama directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and jointly produced by Atul Agnihotri, Alvira Khan Agnihotri, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Nikhil Namit and Salman Khan. The film also stars Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Disha Patani and Varun Dhawan, who will reportedly make a guest appearance in the film. It is set to hit the screens on 5th June 2019.
  14. It's Mahendra Singh Dhoni's turn to shine brightly on the field once again and we're glad he added another feather to his cap in today's match. The former Indian captain became the fifth Indian to score 10,000 ODI runs for India at the 1st ODI of India vs Australia, joining the elite list of Indian cricketers who have already done so before. (c)Twitter The right-handed batsman crossed the 10,000-run mark in the format in 2017 while touring in England by scoring a total of 174 runs for Asia XI in three matches. Dhoni now has a total of 10,174 runs in a one-day international when he scored in the current ODI in the 50-overs format. Dhoni now stands in the same league as Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli, who've also scored over 10,000 runs in One-Day International matches. (c)Twitter In about 330 ODIs for India, the batsman has managed to score over 10,000 runs with an average of 49.75, which include 9 hundreds and 67 fifties. Dhoni is the 12th player in the world to join the 10,000 runs club in ODIs. Dhoni has been criticised recently for his deteriorating form in limited over's cricket but now with this well-received title, he's back in full form and shape and we're super proud of him!
  15. We don't know about your travel plans, but three Indians are currently making headlines for their week-long trip that is worth a whopping 10,000 crores. via GIPHY We're not talking about a sequel of 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara'. We're talking about ISRO's most ambitious project, Gaganyaan, whose budget just got a nod of approval by the government today. The three astronauts will be sent into space by 2022. Twitter (For Representation) Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced the same at a press conference today, "The Union Cabinet has approved the Gaganyaan project under which a three-member crew will be sent to space for at least seven days." Cabinet approves indigenous human spaceflight programme; Gaganyaan programme to carry 3 member crew for minimum 7 days in space at a total cost of Rs 10k crores. — ANI (@ANI) December 28, 2018 This is said to be India's first manned mission to space and the Rs. 10,000 crore budget includes the cost of technology development, flight hardware and essential infrastructure elements. The announcement of launching a manned mission to space by 2022, was announced on August 15, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his 72nd Independence Day speech. He also mentioned that with this project, India will become the fourth nation in the league after Russia, the United States and China.
  16. From the cliché saas-bahu dramas to really funny and practical shows, Indian TV series have come a long way! Gone are the days when female vamps with huge bindi were the only way to get TRPs. Now the audience wants something light, funny, and relatable. Thanks to the internet & the web series concept, we now have some really amazing shows which our generation can watch. Let's see how they're doing at IMDB as compared to other world-famous TV shows. Following are the top 5 Hindi TV series of IMDB with at least 10000 votes: 5. Sacred Games With 9.1 IMDB rating, it is standing at No. 5 among Indian TV series. This show really got us hooked, thanks to a gripping storyline and great direction. We got to see a fresh TV series concept which was wade in India. The series had some good thriller & nail-biting moments. The way it ended its first season & with the popularity it got, the show definitely deserves a second season. However, its fate is hanging due to the allegation against one of its writers. 4. TVF Pitchers With an IMDB rating of 9.2, this show came as a revolution in the Indian TV series industry. After 'Permanent Roommates' & 'Pitchers', we were blessed to have many other great series that were youth-centric. This is highly recommended if you just want to sit at home after office & have a couple of beers. 3. Yeh Meri Family With an IMDB rating of 9.7, more than 'GoT', this series is a gem! If you are a 90s kid who grew up in a middle-class family, this would be a trip back to your childhood. This series is about little struggles that we faced while growing up and how as a family we stuck together. Watch it to have a nostalgic time. 2. Flames A typical teenage romance! The burden of studies, tuitions, and that one cute girl in tuition – this series IS our past! With an IMDB rating of 9.8, this one is the second highest rated Indian series. You'll have to watch it to know why. 1. College Romance And the winner here is a typical college romance (as the name suggests). With an IMDB rating of 9.8, this one won many hearts. This is a story of friendship, love, fairy tales and reality. You can watch it to see the emotional adventures of three friends. Which one will you be finishing this weekend?
  17. If cricket is a religion, then Virat Kohli is arguably no less than a God. Often labelled as India's run-machine, the right-hander continues to live up to his tag, shattering one record after another in international cricket. The Indian skipper has been so convincing with the willow, that it undoubtedly makes him a cut above the rest. And, his legend, as witnessed in the ongoing ODI series against West Indies, continues to grow. The Delhi lad looked in sublime form in the first ODI in Guwahati where he notched up his 36th hundred in the 50-over format to secure an emphatic eight-wicket win for his side. Following his exploits in the first game, another pivotal milestone beckoned Kohli, as India looked to carry on their winning momentum in the series. King Kohli ð pic.twitter.com/tNIJxt62ae — BCCI (@BCCI) October 24, 2018 Going into the second ODI, Kohli had amassed 9,919 runs in just 204 ODI innings. He was just 81 runs short of joining the elite list of cricketers with 10,000 runs in the ODI format. While many had tipped the Indian batting sensation to achieve the unique feat, not many would have probably expected him to clinch it so quickly. On 24th October, Kohli once again reminded everyone of his capabilities and why he is quickly establishing his reputation as an all-time great. Continuing his fine form, Kohli raced to yet another fifty and then reached the 10,000-run mark in ODIs. In the process, he shattered his idol Sachin Tendulkar's record by becoming the fastest to reach the milestone. While Tendulkar took 259 innings to reach 10,000 ODI runs, Kohli needed just 205 innings to pip the Master Blaster. And, the fact that Kohli raced from 9,000 to 10,000 in just 11 innings, highlights his godly form with the willow. There is no stopping this fella @imVkohli, whaddaplayaaa ð¥ð¥ pic.twitter.com/4Hkt55TsHF — BCCI (@BCCI) October 24, 2018 The right-hander achieved the feat in the 37th over of the game after punching the ball off Ashley Nurse to long-on for an easy single. For a man who currently seems to be breaking records at will, Kohli's latest feat was undoubtedly special - something that was visible in his celebration where he raised his arms to the sky, then kissed his ring finger, gave a salute to his wife Anushka Sharma and then looked back at non-striker MS Dhoni with a cheeky old grin. But, Kohli wasn't done there. The 29-year-old smashed Marlon Samuels for a boundary in the 44th over and brought up his 37th ODI hundred. It was for the seventh time in his career that Kohli had smashed back-to-back hundreds. Kohli's ton was also his 61st century in international cricket across the three formats. In the process, he also became the fastest to record 61 international hundreds, breaking Tendulkar's record. With 37 ODI hundreds to his name, Kohli only stands behind the Little Master in terms of most centuries in the 50-over format. The Indian batting great has 49 such knocks to his name. It was Kohli's 32nd century as captain in international cricket across the three formats. © BCCI This was Kohli's 25th ODI century in Asia. He has scored five tons combining Australia and New Zealand, four in Africa, one in Europe and four in the Caribbean. Kohli has now surpassed his RCB teammate AB de Villers with 15 ODI tons as captain. Ricky Ponting, with 22 tons to his name, is the only cricketer to have scored more ODI hundreds than Kohli as skipper. It's needless to say that he broke numerous records with the latest hundred, but, for a cricket fan, it was the innings Kohli played to reach the milestone - his discipline to remove all kinds of risk from his game and the calculative head which decides how to turn the bat to pick the gap - that left us all drooling. • 61st century in international cricket across the three formats, although he hasn't yet scored a ton in T20I format. He is the fastest to 61 international hundreds breaking Sachin's record. • 37th century in the 50-over format of the game and still, only stands behind Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar in terms of most ODI centuries ever. The Indian batting great has 49 such knocks to his name. • 32nd century as captain in international cricket across the three formats. • 30th century for Kohli while batting at No.3 in ODIs. Kohli has batted even down in the No.7 spot, but his century, apart from the usual No.3 spot, came only in the fourth spot. He scored seven centuries batting at No.7. • 25th ODI century in Asia by Kohli. He has scored five tons combining Australia and New Zealand, four in Africa, one in Europe and four in the Caribbean. • 15th as captain in ODIs surpassing his RCB teammate AB de Villers and now only standing behind Aussie great Ricky Ponting (22). • 9th in 2018 in Internationals cricket across format off which four came in Tests. • 6th ODI century against West Indies and third against them on home soil. Two others were scored during India's tour of West Indies in 2017 and 2013.
  18. If you are looking for a budget smartphone to meet your everyday social media needs, you are not going to be disappointed with the latest entrant in the budget smartphone section – the Realme 2. After moving away from their parent company OPPO, Realme is out there to make its own with their second offering, the Realme 2, that is affordable, power-packed and under the 10K price range. But if you are thinking that Realme 2 is the successor to Realme 1 that exactly isn't the case. However, it is still a part of the successor series. Realme 2 is the lite version of the second generation series and there's an upcoming Pro version coming soon. After the launch of Realme2 in the Indian market, the smartphone makers are already confident that this phone will be ruling this market of this price segment. But before you take a call on this, let's review the features and decide for ourselves. A Notch Above Others Offering a greater screen-to-body ratio, Realme 2 will sport a 6.2-inch notch screen with a resolution of 720x1520 pixels – for a surreal user experience. With an 88.8 per cent screen-to-body ratio, they aim to make video streaming on-the-go a more enjoyable experience for users in the budget smartphone segment. Realme 2 is definitely a notch above! Persevering through all challenges and staying charged throughout the day - That's what makes @princenarula88 #ANotchAbove. Tell us what keeps you charged throughout the day & stand a chance to win the #Realme2 with 4230mAh battery from Prince! Know more: https://t.co/MJNxy7tlKS pic.twitter.com/Rq5mQOek8g — Realme (@realmemobiles) August 25, 2018 Power Packed Upgrade The Realme 2 is powered by a Snapdragon 450 chipset and boasts of 3GB RAM/32GB storage or a 4GB RAM/64GB storage variants. Furthermore, it offers an expandable storage up to 256 GB via a microSD card. In this price range, SD 450 is as good as SD 625 and gives a seamless experience while playing high-end games like PUBG. More storage, less price; without slowing down your phone! The Realme 2 is also powered with a bigger and smarter 4230mAh battery with AI Power Master, which can smartly allocate processor resources for running and in-background apps and reduces overall power consumption to 5%-11%, without compromising normal APP operation. The combination of Snapdragon octa-core processor 450 and 4230mAh battery will ensure smooth performance and reduce heating and battery consumption. Realme Dual Camera Setup With AI Continuing with their AI offerings, the Realme 2 too also hosts AI beauty 2.0 and portrait mode for all the selfie lovers. It has 8MP front camera setup with HDR and Bokeh mode and a 13MP+2MP dual rear camera setup. With double the focus, she never misses the perfect shot- This is what makes @AgerwalNidhhi #ANotchAbove. Share a story of when you captured the perfect moment and stand a chance to win the #Realme2 with the dual camera sent from Niddhi! Know more: https://t.co/MJNxy7bKmi pic.twitter.com/pkz9D5Qi38 — Realme (@realmemobiles) August 26, 2018 An Edgy, Classy And Sleek Back Body Taking inspiration from its predecessor's sleek back covers, Realme 2 sports a diamond cut glazed back cover. It is made of a 12-layer nanotech composite material. Designed for the youth, it represents their style and personality. The phone is available in Diamond Red and Diamond Black with a Diamond Blue variant scheduled in October. This time the diamond cut design is more immersive and the 3 colours match different personalities. Diamond Black is a more versatile colour and stands for power and elegance. Diamond Red represents strong-wellness and passion, while the Diamond Blue represents a flawless attitude. It's truly a piece of art and looks magnificent under different lighting conditions. Realme Budget-Friendly Price Point Now, we've been talking a lot about its under 10K price point and to be honest, this one definitely deserves all our attention. After all, in a competitive market with high-end smartphones inching towards the Rs 1 lakh price point, the Realme 2 comes as a breath of fresh air for the more economically inclined buyers. Priced at Rs 8990 for 3GB + 32 GB version and Rs 10990 for the 4GB + 64 GB version, the Realme 2 is available exclusively at Flipkart for purchase. Disclaimer: This is a brand marketing story by Indiatimes Lifestyle Network.
  19. Akshay Kumar has always been 'cool'. No, we're not only referring to his chilled out persona or his down to earth yet super charismatic demeanour - we're talking about him in terms of his style game. Right from embracing his toned physique (along with his body hair, mind it) back in the 80s and 90s when it was not even 'in', to wearing unusual pieces such as fluoro shirts or dungarees, 'Mr. Khiladi' has always managed to impress us, not to mention the ladies. Not a thing has changed even now, at the age of 50, we must say. He just proved it by stepping out in a pair of pants that are the coolest pair we have seen in a long time. Take a look. © Viral Bhayani Time and time again, AK has publicly maintained his affinity towards camo, with his outfits. Taking this forward, he wore a pair of camo pants that stand out in terms of their fit, and the fact that they are ripped at his knees, in a way that mirrors his own badassery. © Viral Bhayani Don't you just love the pair? Not only is it super fashionable, it is super versatile as well. He has sagaciously paired it with a smart black tee, which we think is the perfect accompaniment with the awesomeness beneath. © Viral Bhayani When it comes to his footwear, staying true to his affinity towards comfort, but not neglecting fashion forwardness, he chose to wear a pair of dope AF beige Asics with white detailing. We love the pair! © Viral Bhayani All we can say is that, Mr. Khiladi seems to be getting more and more stylish with time, and he is not hesitant at all when it comes to establishing that too! Bravo.
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  21. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday claimed that the incumbent government had added 10,000 megawatts (MWs) of electricity to the national grid. Addressing a news conference about energy projects in the federal capital earlier...
  22. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday claimed that the incumbent government had added 10,000 megawatts (MWs) of electricity to the national grid. Addressing a news conference about energy projects in the federal capital earlier...
  23. Televisions have been getting slimmer and more compact as the years' pass. We've reached a point where even 4K panels are now available for as cheap as 40,000 in India. Sony's Bravia range has been an industry trendsetter followed by Samsung's inputs on QLED followed by LG. While the displays are getting better and better, the audio department hasn't progressed a lot. While the inbuilt speakers are great for day to day usage, they often lack bass and it tends to muddle when it gets busy. This is the main reason why investing in a good soundbar is a good choice. You experience a true-surround sound system without the hassle and frustration of wires and plug points. Although they cannot compete with home theatre systems, sound bar speakers are actually better alternatives than your TV's inbuilt speakers. We've compiled a list of soundbars you can buy in India under Rs. 10,0000: 1. Philips HTL2163B/12 Bluetooth: © Philips It has a 15 watts per channel output through a woofer and along with a passive subwoofer, the sound quality is well balanced. It can stream wireless music via Bluetooth so you never have to worry about wires or connections as well. It also supports Dolby Digital for top-notch surround sound experience and realistic spatial cues. Multiple choices of inputs allow you to easily play your music directly from your iPod/iPhone/iPad, MP3 player, or laptop. Simply connect your audio device to the audio jack to enjoy your music. It is also wall mountable. Buy from Amazon.in 2. Mitashi SB 2575 BT 2.1 Bluetooth: © Mitashi If you're on a very tight budget, this is a very good option because it also has features 10W per channel output with decent subwoofer impedance. It also has Bluetooth for hassle-free wireless connections and USB connectivity. This one is rich on bass but lacks a surround sound system as good as the previous Philips one. Mitashi says it has a 4000W PMPO (peak music power output) and a more premium design. It does weight slightly higher at 7 kilograms. Buy from Amazon 3. Blaupunkt Dolby: © Blaupunkt You can stream Dolby digital surround music wirelessly via Bluetooth with a powerful 80W output. The sound bar has surround sound adding perfect depth to your music listening experience. Moreover, you can stream your music in several modes including movie, music, news and surround. The active speaker system with firing subwoofer on the external side has proper depth. The sound bar has a powerful bass for the price the soundbar is offered at. Buy from Flipkart 4. iBall BT10 Sound Bar: © iBall The single unit sound bar sports a slim design and can be neatly installed inside your home with built-in wall brackets. The audio system comes with a remote control that allows direct soundtrack selections and offers beautiful harmony with your television set and interior. You can play the soundbar from any BT-enabled device. The sound is crisp and clear while the bass is quite satisfactory. Buy from Amazon.in 5. Dell AC511: © Microsoft This is the only soundbar in this list that does not have Bluetooth support. If you're looking for a soundbar for your computer display, this has to be a perfect choice. It is specially built to accompany Dell monitors and is aesthetically neat and with no frills. These are also one of the most compact but do not compromise on quality. Keep in mind, this does not come with an external sub-woofer. Buy from Amazon.in
  24. The IPL 2018 season is about to conclude and while so many rookie players got chances to not only showcase their talent, everyone also managed to make some insane extra bucks. However, the same cannot be said about the IPL cheerleaders. The women who work hard and sweat it out to add the glam quotient, sadly take a tiny portion of the money back home. Here's a breakdown of how much money the cheerleaders make: 1. Delhi Daredevils: The team that has been swimming in dangerous waters ever since the season commenced doesn't really pay much to its cheerleaders as well. On an average, they make around 250-260 k per annum, which boils down to around Rs.10,000 a match. © MensXP 2. Kings XI Punjab: One might think the Punjabis have a big heart, but turns out it's only for the players. The cheerleaders here make around Rs. 10,000 per match with no extra bonus. © MensXP 3. Rajasthan Royals: Slightly more royal than its counterparts, the cheerleaders for this team end up getting paid around Rs. 12,000 per match. © MensXP 4. Royal Challengers Bangalore: Mr. Kohli is not the only visual delight in this team. The cheerleaders are paid a mere amount of around Rs. 6,800 per match, but they usually get a bonus of around Rs. 3,200 if their team wins. © MensXP 5. Mumbai Indians: The cheerleaders of the team that belongs to India's richest family earn around Rs. 6,800 per match with a bonus of around Rs. 6,500 more if the team wins. Thus their annual income amounts to the second highest rank in pay at around Rs. 800-820 k per annum. © MensXP 6. Sunrisers Hyderabad: Though relatively new to the lineup, the cheerleaders get a decent amount of Rs. 10,000 per match and an annual package of Rs. 250-260 k. © MensXP 7. Chennai Superkings: They have mostly had a relatively successful run in IPL and they pay their cheerleaders around Rs. 10,000 per match. © MensXP 8. Kolkata Knight Riders: King Khan owns the team and therefore he pays like a king would. The cheerleaders get paid around Rs.20,000 per match and when you add the bonus, their annual package goes up to around Rs.1120-1140 k. © MensXP IPL cheerleaders anyway have to deal with a lot and their revelations about what happens during the season is also not a very pleasant read. Source: crictracker
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