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  1. Jam Kamal says 94 patients are admitted at various hospitals across the province whereas the health department has noted the same number to be 36
  2. Without a doubt, one of the key highlights of 2021 will be the series Aspirants. Whether cracking the UPSC exams has ever been your aspiration or not, the show is mesmerisingly relatable. Its characters are very finely etched, and the actors, great performers. Without a doubt, it is one of the best web series we have had this year. © Abhilash Thapliyal One such performer is Abhilash Thapliyal, who plays the character of SK, one of the central characters for the series. You might also remember him as the guy from the “MufflerMan” series. © Abhilash Thapliyal Apart from being a highly talented actor, he’s also a well-known radio jockey, who has hosted some of the most highly awarded & popular radio programmes that we have in India. What you wouldn’t know is that the man has a great sense of style. We caught up with the man and had a chat, about what fashion entails for him, and what does style mean to him. Edited excerpts:Tell us about your journey, how did you start as a content creator? I started as a radio jockey, and you always have these constraints in your traditional media platforms. When it comes to social media, you can do a lot of political commentaries, and that is something that excites me, to create intelligent humour. Social media has that kind of an audience. Depending on the kind of content you create, you will always find your kind of audience. That’s how MufflerMan and all the other characters I have played, started. © Abhilash Thapliyal There’s this perception that men do not need to be fashion-conscious and that only a few men have an intrinsic style that they are born with and need to stick with. Do you agree? This is a major gender bias that we need to deal with. This perception is completely incorrect, and as far as being intrinsically stylish or fashionable, that has got nothing to do with men particularly, it is the case with women as well. Whether or not you’re fashionable, has got nothing to do with your gender. This is a perception that needs to be broken. © Abhilash Thapliyal What are some sartorial staples that every guy should have in their closet? I can’t pass a generic statement on that, but for me, shirts and T-shirts in black, and white, and some blue denims, are must-haves. How would you define your personal style statement? Until recently, I was very confused about my style statement. I did a photoshoot, challenging the objectification of women, as in reversing the objectification. That’s when I realised that comfort has to be the priority, at least for me. Before that, I was very conscious of wearing T-shirts or sleeveless stuff, but I have accepted myself the way I am. For me, comfort will always be the priority. © Abhilash Thapliyal Who is that one style icon that you always look up to? Why? I don’t have icons in mind, for anything, be it performances, acting, or style. I do, however, appreciate anyone and everyone, who’s comfortable in their own skin. What do you prefer to wear on a date? My wife and I do go on dates, but she picks my outfits, as well as the menu, so this is a question to my wife, and not me. What is that one fashion trend that you don't understand or are unable to relate to? I have been very open to ideas and thoughts in general, and the same is the case with fashion. And because you’re open to things and open to experiments, it becomes easy to digest trends that people think are weird. That way, you’re non-judgemental to fashion and ideas. Who is that one historical figure that you'd love to dress up as? I would love to dress up as Jawaharlal Nehru. Even now, his sense of style remains very contemporary. At the same time, I will say that I also loved the confidence with which Mahatma Gandhi carried his dhoti & lathi. It had a lot of swag. He owned it completely. Combining Gandhiji’s Confidence with Nehurji’s style would be a lethal combination. © Abhilash Thapliyal What has been the best fashion advice that you've received to date? This is something that at times, most of us forget. You need to be comfortable being in your skin, while trying to create a statement for yourself, especially in the entertainment industry. What advice would you give someone who wants to pursue a career as an influencer and content creator? There are certain filters that you need to keep in mind, always. Relatability is one. At times you start creating a distance between yourself and your audience and start getting into spaces that are very impractical. So your ideas, thoughts and styles need to practical, relatable, and viable. What do you think of men using cosmetics? I don’t understand, why do we even need to ask these question in today’s time? We are living in a free world, and we have the freedom to choose whatever we want, whatever we wear, what we want to eat. Whether someone wants to use cosmetics or not is a very personal choice, regardless of the gender, the person belongs to. © Abhilash Thapliyal Do you have a dedicated skincare routine? Tell us about it? My skincare routine is very random. At times, I abide by whatever advice I get, for a couple of weeks, then I forget about them completely. I often ignore how my skin looks and feels, whether they’re properly hydrated or not. I want to be a bit disciplined about skincare. One historical era that you find extremely fashionable? Bollywood in the 1990s. We laugh at it right now but just look at the confidence with which people would wear those prints, shades and styles. One celebrity who can teach everyone else a lesson or two on how to pull off the Indian aesthetic elegantly, when it comes to menswear. I think it has to be Saqib Saleem. He carries himself with great poise and confidence. He is a guy to watch out for. © Abhilash Thapliyal Your favourite style icon from Bollywood that you would like to collaborate with, for a video? For style, it will have to be Arjun Rampal, simply because of the way he carries himself. He can be wearing the most basic jeans, and a T-shirt, and yet, look extremely stylish. One traditional Indian menswear item you believe every Indian man should have in his wardrobe, and why. A white Kurta. You can pair it with anything - pyjamas, denims, even trousers. Do you prefer - Tailored suits or ready to wear suits? I am a thin chap, so tailored suits. © Abhilash Thapliyal Sneakers or Boots? I tend to go for things that are comfortable, so it has to be sneakers. Traditional ethnic wear, or something contemporary? Both, but if absolutely I have to choose something, I would go for something contemporary. Multicoloured Prints or Monochrome? Monochrome, for they work better for me. As much as people like to bash social media, there’s no denying the fact that a large chunk of our lives is being shaped by it. What better way to really gauge this phenomenon by the rise of influencers over platforms like YouTube and Instagram? Indeed, the world has become one small ‘gram’. As a series ‘Influencing The ’Gram’ seeks to explore how social media influencers changed the way we think of fashion over the decade, and how for most of them, even though they consider themselves to be ardent renegades, fashion and style contribute immensely to their online personas. View the full article
  3. Vanessa Hudgens has her romance flourish amid coronavirus pandemic as she meets her boyfriend Cole Tucker online through Zoom
  4. The 'Lizzie McGuire' revival featuring Hilary Duff was announced in 2019 but was abandoned in December 2020
  5. On Wednesday, The Times of India reported a set of issues that the BCCI failed to look after while setting up the Bio-Bubble for the 14th season of the Indian Premier League and ended up with an arrangement which was inferior to what they had done last year while in the United Arab Emirates. IPL suspended for this season: Vice-President BCCI Rajeev Shukla to ANI#COVID19 pic.twitter.com/K6VBK0W0WA — ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021 Basic issues such as ensuing quarantine for the hotel staff members and booking hotels closer to the practice venues to avoid unnecessary exposure to the virus were overlooked on more than one occasion. Evidently, the situation has gotten so difficult that the public has started demanding resignations from BCCI Secretary Jay Shah and even the beloved former Indian captain and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly. The Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an emergency meeting has unanimously decided to postpone IPL 2021 season, with immediate effect: BCCI pic.twitter.com/3NaN3qgJdt — ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021 Justifying his accountability, here’s what Sourav Ganguly had to say about the complete failure of the bio-bubble and the eventual suspension of the Indian Premier League. "I don't think so [if the bio-bubble is breached]. The report we got is that there's no breach of the bubble. How it happened is very difficult to say. How so many people are getting (infected) in the country is also very difficult to say," Ganguly was quoted by The Indian Express. View this post on Instagram "Professional hands around the world can't control it (virus penetrating the bubble). When it was happening in England (the second wave of the pandemic), there were cases in the English Premier League. Manchester City, Arsenal players got infected," Ganguly said. "(Premier League) Matches got rescheduled. Because their season is six months long, they can do it. But our season is tight. Since we have to (release) players to their respective countries, rescheduling was very difficult," Ganguly added. View this post on Instagram BCCI has finally stepped up to the crisis, deciding to help overseas players reach their homes, especially the Australian players who were banned from travelling back to their country until May 15. The Indian cricket board has arranged for chartered flights to help the Aussies reach the Maldives while dropping players from nations like New Zealand, South Africa, and the Caribbean to their respective destinations. View the full article
  6. Ariana Grande is observing the Mental Health Awareness Month as she will dedicate one social media post to mental health
  7. Bhumi Pednekar spoke about the plasma donation drive that started after she recovered from COVID-19 herself
  8. Within a couple of days, the Indian Premier League went from rescheduling a match to suspending the entire tournament indefinitely after at least one member of four out of eight franchises tested positive with the COVID-19 virus. “The IPL has been suspended for time being. We spoke to everyone from teams, broadcasters and all those who were involved in it. It was decided to defer the IPL especially looking at the sentiment and current situation in the country. For us players health is paramount and BCCI will always keeps safety first. We will meet again soon and decide when we can conclude this edition, we will have to see when is the next window available,” Rajeev Shuka, BCCI Vice President confirmed on Tuesday. IPL suspended for this season: Vice-President BCCI Rajeev Shukla to ANI#COVID19 pic.twitter.com/K6VBK0W0WA — ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021 With uncertainty surrounding what has become the most lucrative T20 league in the world, many overseas players are trying to find their way back home, however, due to tough travel laws levied by the respective countries because of the dangerous Indian strain of the virus, the players’ journey might not be easy at all. However, co-owner of Punjab Kings, Ness Wadia feels that these “foreign players” should not be complaining so much about the situation, especially when they were made aware of the potential consequences of flying over to India for the league. Punjab Kings co-owner said hats off to the Indian players who have been playing non stop and didn't complain unlike some foreigners. The situation was different a month ago. They should study the fact that cases were very less when IPL started before commenting on it. (To PTI). — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) May 4, 2021 “Hats off to the Indian players who have been playing non stop in bubbles and not complained unlike some of the foreign players. With due respect to the international cricketers including Zampa, the situation was very different a month ago. They should study the fact that cases were very less when we started before commenting on it,” he said according to The Times of India "It happened during the Australian Open they shut the city down when it was happening. People didn't complain then, why now," Wadia added. Not everyone is convinced with Wadia’s take on the matter and fans of the numerous overseas players talk about the need to be more empathetic towards all those players who are thousands of miles away from their families while the Indian cricketers can take the next flight out and be with their families in less than one day’s time. That's such a stupid statement, Indian players don't have much of a worry of returning to home cause they ARE playing at home. Foreign players have to worry about leaving their homes, getting flights to India and back home. Plus add those insecure bubbles to the list — Human (@adangotha69) May 4, 2021This is wrong They are not slaves to play at any cost, they have every rights to play or not play — M A N D E E P (@MandeepkumarN2) May 4, 2021Saying Indians didn't complain was fine, no need for him to say on foreigners.. It's not easy to stay away from ur country in a place where cases are skyrocketing 🤷 — Raunit Ranjan (@RaunitRanjan2) May 4, 2021Well, to be honest you should be happy that some foreign players are actually playing while far away from the family + covid cases are going up day by day they was no need to disrespect the foreigner players. — Prem (@Prem99021071) May 4, 2021 View the full article
  9. The Dubai state carrier has been operating with a significant reduction in capacity since the pandemic grounded its flights for several weeks
  10. Rebel Wilson recently weighed in on all of the fertility struggles she has been dealing with
  11. Sometimes, certain things in the Bollywood industry come as a total surprise to us on the outside. For example, when we listed out the shortest marriages in the industry. Likewise, another thing that we didn't know are some family bonds in Bollywood. What if we told you that Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra are related? There are a few relationships in Bollywood that have gone unnoticed. Here are 7 lesser-known relations in Bollywood that might take you by surprise: 1. Ajay Devgn & Mohnish Bahl © Instagram/Ajay Devgn © Instagram/Mohnish Bahl_FC Ajay Devgn and the popular actor from Hum Saath-Saath Hain are actually brothers-in-law, as Mohnish's mother Nutan and Kajol's mother Tanuja are sisters. He is Kajol's first cousin. 2. Sonakshi Sinha & Pooja Ruparel © Instagram/Sonakshi Sinha © Instagram/Pooj Ruparel Remember Kajol's little sister in the movie DDLJ? Not many people know this but Pooja Ruparel is related to Sonakshi Sinha. Both their grandmothers were siblings which makes the actresses cousins too. 3. Ashutosh Gowariker & Ayan Mukherji © Instagram/ Ashutosh Gowariker © Instagram/ Ayan Mukherji Ashutosh Gowariker and Ayan Mukherji's relation is not something everyone is aware of. Ayan's father, who married twice, had a daughter from the first marriage named Sunita. Sunita is married to director Ashutosh Gowariker. Hence, the Lagaan director is Ayan's brother-in-law. 4. Fardeen Khan & Mumtaz © Instagram/Fardeen Khan_Fanclub © Twitter/Feroz Khan_FC Feroz Khan and Mumtaz were a famous on-screen couple. As for Fardeen's relation with the famous 60s actress, Mumtaz, he is married to Natasha Madhwani, who is Mumtaz's daughter. 5. Amrita Rao & Guru Dutt © Instagram/Amrita Rao © IMDB Vivaah actress Amrita Rao is said to be related to the yesteryear actor Guru Dutt. This was revealed by Amrita herself. She had mentioned that the legendary actor Guru Dutt and her grandfather were second cousins. Interestingly, she was inspired by Dutt's cult films but she was unaware back then that they were related. 6. Prem Chopra & Sharman Joshi © Instagram/Sharman Joshi Sharman Joshi also has an interesting relationship, something most of us didn't know about. He is the son-in-law of Prem Chopra. Prem Chopra and his wife have three daughters and Sharman is married to Prerna Chopra, one of the daughters of the couple. 7. Farhan Akhtar & Farah Khan © Instagram/Faru_agk Even Farhan Akhtar and Farah Khan are related from their maternal side. Turns out, Farhan's mother Daisy Irani has two sisters and Farah Khan is the daughter of one of them. Her mother's name is Maneka Irani and hence, these filmmakers are first cousins. View the full article
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