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  1. Terrorists fired from across Pak-Afghan border in Bajaur on a army post which resulted in Havaldar Tanveer's martyrdom
  2. The turn of events in 2020 has rightly deemed it to be a dark year for all of mankind. Our lives have been affected by a pandemic no one had earlier heard of, untimely demises, rising cases of depression and unimaginable living conditions. It's safe to say that we've seen it all and there is no doubt that we are way beyond our threshold of bearing the bad news. But, it seems there is no end to it anytime soon. The resumption of cricketing action on 19th September, with the thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) kickstarting this year's proceedings, people finally had something to help divert their attention from these troubled times. The ongoing edition has witnessed five games which had almost everything a fan could wish for. But, just when life seemed like a little normal with IPL, 2020's bad omen returned to haunt us once again. On 24th September, when everyone was busy speculating over what promises to be a pulsating clash between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), one of the most popular and respected voices in international cricket, Dean Jones, passed away after suffering a massive heart attack in Mumbai. Dean Jones: 1961-2020 – an icon of the game gone way too soon. RIP OBITUARY ▶️ https://t.co/ZTKMNBg1Yb pic.twitter.com/hT3zgK1KgG — ICC (@ICC) September 24, 2020"It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing away of Dean Mervyn Jones AM. He died of a sudden cardiac arrest. We express our deep condolences to his family and stand ready to support them in this difficult time," Star India, who had roped in Jones as a commentator for IPL 2020, confirmed through a statement. "Dean Jones was one of the great ambassadors of the game associating himself with Cricket development across South Asia. He was passionate about discovering new talent and nurturing young Cricketers. He was a champion commentator whose presence and presentation of the game always brought joy to millions of fans. He will be sorely missed by everyone at Star and his millions of fans across the globe," Star India added in its statement. We are extremely shocked and sad to learn of the untimely demise of Mr. Dean Jones. His energy and enthusiasm for the game will be truly missed. Our thoughts with his family, friends and his followers in this hour of grief. pic.twitter.com/gAAagImKeC — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) September 24, 2020 The 59-year-old had arrived in Mumbai at the behest of Star India who had organised a special commentary team for the coverage of IPL 2020. Like his fellow commentators, Jones was placed in a bio-secure bubble in a seven-star hotel in Mumbai. His impeccable knowledge and analysis of the game had made him a popular commentator in the cricketing circles. Born in Melbourne, Jones was a vital cog in Allan Border's world-conquering Australian side during his playing days. A natural showman who never hesitated from getting involved in verbal altercations with the bowlers, showed everyone the importance of running hard between the wickets and gave purpose to outfielders with his passionate fielding efforts, Jones wrote the virtues of being a successful limited-overs cricketer. Cricket Australia is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Dean Jones, aged 59. Jones represented Australia in 52 Tests and 164 One-Day Internationals, winning admirers the world over with his dashing shot-making and superb fielding. Full release: https://t.co/A9Y6SSSXpz pic.twitter.com/NzjBX3NJgN — Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) September 24, 2020 Often labelled as 'Prof Deano', the Australian legend played 52 Tests and amassed 3,631 runs including 11 hundreds, 14 fifties and a personal best score of 216 runs. The right-hander also played 162 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) for Australia, scoring 6,068 runs including seven hundreds and 46 fifties. While the great Australian cricket icon might have left us all teary-eyed with his sudden demise, his legacy which is full of achievements, both on and off the field, will continue to live on. And, that's probably why social media is flooded with tributes from cricketers, commentators and fans for our beloved 'Prof Deano'. Absolutely heartbreaking news about Dean Jones passing away. A wonderful soul taken away too soon. Had the opportunity to play against him during my first tour of Australia. May his soul rest in peace and my condolences to his loved ones. 🏼 pic.twitter.com/u6oEY1h7zz — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 24, 2020Shocked to hear about the tragic loss of Dean Jones. Praying for strength and courage to his family and friends. 🏻 — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 24, 2020Awful to hear the news of Dean Jones passing away in Mumbai. He was a wonderful player for Australia and he will be missed. My thoughts are with his family. RIP Deano https://t.co/AmVhQiNEe2 — Steve Smith (@stevesmith49) September 24, 2020Saddened to hear the news of Dean Jones passing away. Still cannot believe it. Was one of my favourite commentators, he was on air in many of my landmarks. Had really fond memories with him. Will miss him. pic.twitter.com/FZBTqIEGdx — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) September 24, 2020In complete shock to hear about Dean Jones sad passing. One of a kind you were Deano and how lonely and helpless you must have felt on your own in that hotel room-a death we commentators fear the most, and likely to meet, helpless and gone in that hotel room...RIP my friend. — Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) September 24, 2020I can’t believe this news. So very sad to hear about this. Rip Deano, you will be missed. pic.twitter.com/Mc8h36gnWe — David Warner (@davidwarner31) September 24, 2020Shocking news... This year gets even worse. Was joking with Deano last week about carrying a red book with me to the match. Terrible... My heartfelt Condolences to the family. 🏽 — Anil Kumble (@anilkumble1074) September 24, 2020Terrible news of Dean Jones passing away. My heartfelt Condolences to the family. 🏽 — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) September 24, 2020Really shocking to lose a colleague and a dear friend - Dean Jones. Gone so young. Condolences to the family and may his soul rest in peace #RIPDeanJones - @cricketcomau pic.twitter.com/pckNBow5Sv — Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) September 24, 2020 View the full article
  3. Journalist Hanif Chaudhry says that the world knew Quaid-e-Azam as a leader, who always preferred politics based on principles
  4. Apart from celebrities and royalty, there are also eligible billionaire bachelors from around the world that keep making headlines. Billionaires today hold significant power and status that can be viewed with curiosity but can also be aspirational for some people. These men can be self-made or come from families that have had generations invested in a particular business. We've rounded up some of the most eligible bachelors in the world who have insane net worths and are some of today's wealthiest and the most successful single people: 1. Gustav Magnar Witzoe © Reuters Gustav owns almost half of Salmar ASA, (one of the largest salmon producers in the world), which is also co-owned by his father. The Norwegian heir has dipped his toes in modeling as well. He also has ventured into tech and real estate investments. With a net worth of 2.3 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 17,206 crore, Gustav is also one of the youngest billionaires in the world. 2. Jonathan Kwok © Reuters Jonathan Kwok along with his brother Geoffrey own major stakes in Sun Hung Kai Properties, (one of Hong Kong’s largest developers). Jonathan Kwok is the younger son of the late Walter Kwok, the former chairman of the company. With a net worth of 2 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 14,964 Crores, he owns a clearly thriving real estate business. 3. John Collision © Reuters John Collision founded Stripe. along with his brother. The payments company raised $250 million from investors at a $35 billion valuation back in September 2019. John was originally from Limerick, Ireland, but lives in San Francisco. With a net worth of 3.2 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 23,942 crores. 4. Patrick Collision © Reuters Patrick Collison is an Irish billionaire entrepreneur and the brother of John Collision. Together, they co-founded Stripe. He has also won the 41st Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in 2005 at the age of sixteen. His net worth is valued at 3.2 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 23,942 crores just like his brother's. 5. Pedro De Godoy Bueno © Reuters Pedro is the son of the late Edson de Godoy Bueno. Bueno is the CEO and largest shareholder of laboratory services firm Diagnósticos da América SA, which has seen its shares nearly triple over the past year. He has a net worth of 1.1 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 8,231 crores. 6. Drew Housten © Reuters Andrew W. Houston is an Internet entrepreneur and the co-founder and CEO of Dropbox. The online app provides both backup and storage services. His net worth stands at 2.2 billion dollars which comes down to Rs. 16,460 crores. View the full article
  5. Bollywood has a reputation for having huge budgets that they spend on larger-than-life sets to create films with fantastical elements that can easily take the audience away from everyday reality. Sometimes, instead of creating sets from scratch, producers also do consider using picturesque places for shoots like royal palaces. This adds to the visual diversity of the film. With songs in these films, filmmakers try to create a mix of imagination and reality and indulge even more. Here are a few songs that were shot in royal palaces. 1. Love In Jaipur From Shudh Desi Romance © IMDB The film Shudh Desi Romance starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Parineeti Chopra was mostly shot in Jaipur. Stills with the backdrop of Jal Mahal, Amer Fort, and the Hawa Mahal, around the city can be seen through the length of the movie and in songs like Love in Jaipur from the film. 2. Masti ki Pathshala From Rang De Basanti © IMDB The song Masti ki Pathshala from the film Rang De Basanti was shot at the Nahargarh Fort of Jaipur. The fort was built in 1734 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Located in the Aravali hills, the fort was constructed as a leisurely retreat for the Maharaja. 3. Jashn-E-Bahaara From Jodhaa Akbar © IMDB Scenes from Ashutosh Gowarikar's Jodhaa Akbar were shot in the Amer Fort. The period drama starring Hrithik Roshan and Aishwariya Rai sees the scenic beauty of the place in songs like Jashn-E-Bahaara. 4. Kabira From Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani © IMDB The film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani was shot in Oberoi Udaivilas, located on the banks of Udaipurâs Lake Pichola. While the structure has been renovated and has modern elements, it has been constructed on the hunting grounds of the Maharana of Mewar. And, 40 percent of the total area is designated as a wildlife sanctuary. Owing to the traditions of the area, the estate is designed by drawing inspiration from the Mewari architectural traditions. A part of the scenic beauty can be seen in the song, Kabira. 5. Labon Ko From Bhool Bhoolayia © IMDB The iconic thriller film starring Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan was shot in Chomu Palace, a 300-year-old palace-turned-hotel. The structure was constructed by the family of Prithvi Raj Chauhan. The fort was built with high walls to keep the enemy afar. It has been designed keeping in mind the guidelines stated in the Vastu Shashtra. 6. Aadha Ishq From Band Baaja Baraat © IMDB In the film Band Baaja Baaraat, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharm are wedding planners who eventually fall in love. For one of their weddings, the film was shot in Lallgarh Palace of Bikaner. In fact, songs like Aadha Ishq and Dum Dum are shot in the same location as the backdrop of the palace. A palace and heritage hotel in Bikaner, Rajasthan, the Lallgarh Palace was built for Sir Ganga Singh, Maharaja of Bikaner. 7. Naina From Khoobsurat © IMDB In the film Khoobsurat, Fawad Khanâs character 's royal home is, in fact, the Laxmi Niwas Palace located in the Lalgarh Palace Complex, Bikaner, Rajasthan. It was built for Sir Ganga Singh in 1904 in the Indo-Saracenic style and the primary material used in the construction of the palace was sandstone. The palace was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. View the full article
  6. Mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming law enforcement presence until violence has been quelled, says Trump
  7. Irrfan Khanâs impact on Indian filmmaking cannot be understated, no doubt. Across two decades of initial struggle and eventual worldwide success and fame, the actor has lent his talent to everything from some of Bollywoodâs most timeless films, to high-profile Hollywood castings and perhaps on a more day-to-day basis, several memorable advertisements throughout the years. While most recently remembered for his quick quips as a brand ambassador for LED manufacturers Syska - for whom the actor shot his last ad for in the midst of his gruelling battle with cancer. © SYSKA Irrfan lent his calm, collected persona to several major brands from all over the world - appearing in spots for everything from Vodafone to Mastercard. Rajiv Rao, former National Creative Director, Ogilvy India, worked with Khan on the Vodafone ads since the beginning. âWe were supposed to shoot in the night in Delhi for the Hutch ad,â he recalls. âBut he couldnât make it to the shoot for some reason and came the very next day. The shoot happened in Connaught Place in Delhi in a tiny tea shop. We shot the ad in the middle of the day in the Delhi heat, where he was supposed to have a âcutting chaiâ. I remember he had worked all night. He still came and made our shoot happen without complaining. He was excellent at the shoot.â Just one in a series of stories recalling the starâs humility and patience towards his work. Here are a few of his very best brand partnerships over the years: 1.Vodafone/Hutch Lena hai toh leh lo - the actorâs nonchalant attitude was a perfect fit for many brands on this list, but itâs fair to say that his delivery was perfected in this series of ads shot in 2009 for the telecom giant in partnership with Ogilvy & Mather. 2. Candid Dusting Powder Only Irrfan could make a medical powder brand cool - itâs also fun to see him cast alongside badminton champion Saina Nehwal in this quick TV spot from 2016. 3. LU Bakeri Nankhatai A really good example of Irrfanâs vocal range as a voiceover artist, this simple yet sweet ad crossed borders and gave us an unusual example of an Indian artist taking on a Pakistani brand - and speaking in Urdu to boot. 4. Mastercard One of the longer and more high-profile ads on this list, this showed Irrfan playing the role of a reserved pencil pusher opening up while travelling to attend a friendâs wedding in Jaipur. Shot by McCann, this also had a special connection to the actor, as many of his earliest efforts in the theatre took place during his youth spent in the Pink City. 5. Aegon Religare While most of Irrfanâs ad appearances show him as a slick, modern individual, this one flipped the script by casting him as a hilarious old man in disguise - taking note of the various expenses pensioners would have to face in old age. Itâs touching to notice that other than fans and movie personalities, several ad directors also wrote personal messages of support praising the actorâs professionalism and warmth - just take a look at this heartfelt letter written by Piyush Pandey, one of Indiaâs most well-respected and influential copywriters. Piyush Pandey is not on social media, so he asked me to post this message about Irfan Khan. pic.twitter.com/kvkRTe2TtA â Anant Rangaswami (@AnantRangaswami) April 29, 2020 I guess the next time we see those Syska ads, theyâll hit pretty differently. View the full article
  8. Dating has shifted base to the online arena and there is no going around it unless you want to remain single, or remain single for a long time. Now, to get the ball rolling and set up those dates with the girl you like, you need to first, let them know youâre interested in them. How do you do that? By flirting! And as long as you can pull off being a non-creepy, non-offensive flirt, trust me, you can get any girl. If you want to get started and up your online flirting game right now, follow these 5 easy tips to flirt successfully and land a date with your crush: 1. Keep The Rule Of Reciprocity In Mind © Pexels The one thing you can never lose sight of while flirting, be it online or otherwise, is the Rule of Reciprocity as I like to call it. The idea is to pay attention to whether your crush or potential date is equally involved and interested in the process. Remember to start off gently, and amp it up only when you see them showing genuine interest. 2. Ditch Playing Safe © Pexels Right from hitting her up for the first time to getting the conversation rolling, donât go by the âfoolproof flirting tricksâ your friends handed down to you. Crack a conversation with a funny but not insensitive comment about her profile, and build it up by talking about your interests over time. If at any point you feel like you need to take things up a notch, try sharing stuff on what interests her and you think she would enjoy checking out. 3. Let The Emoti (cons) ons Flow © Flickr Not only do women enjoy emoticon-heavy conversations, but using them can also help you understand your woman better. It makes the conversation lively and less boring, besides helping you play it safe and keep the conversation open. Get that emoticon game on. 4. Risk It With Sexual Undertones, But Go Easy © Pexels This is only when you have been going to and fro with the sweet messages for a while now. Just because youâre in the online flirting zone doesnât mean you canât drop in a few lines with sexual undertones here and there. But beware, know where to draw the line. Instead of going at it with full guns blazing, turn things around by pointing out her ânaughty sideâ when she shares something adventurous. 5. Swear By The âMysteriousâ © Pixabay While itâs great to be talking and hitting it off with all the right moves, the trick here is to make it lasting enough to lead to an actual date eventually. So, donât spill your beans all at once. Stay honest but also keep up the mystery. View the full article
  9. The building next to Shah Rukh Khan?s Mannat residence after it ended up catching on fire and took a life
  10. Generations may change but one thing never changes in relationships - the arguments. This video looks at the topics of arguments that keep couples busy across generations. View the full article
  11. The Chinese Super League (CSL) was supposed to start later this month but the campaign was indefinitely postponed by the coronavirus outbreak
  12. A statement from the ISPR said Indian border forces deliberately targeted the civilian population at the Chirikot Sector.
  13. RAWALPINDI: Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said on Saturday that Pakistan's armed forces will give an 'even stronger' response than that of February, if India attempts any military action across the Line of Control (LoC). The DG ISPR response on Twitter came after Indian Army Chief Gen Manoj Mukund said if his army receives orders from the Indian parliament to 'reclaim' Azad Kashmir from Pakistan, it will take military action. The Indian army chief’s statement on Azad Kashmir was a part of routine rhetoric to divert attention from domestic issues in India, said the DG ISPR. The DG ISPR, in a tweet, said that Pakistan’s armed forces are ready to respond to any Indian aggression. “Statements by Indian COAS to undertake military action across LOC are routine rhetoric for domestic audiences to get out of ongoing internal turmoil. Pakistan Armed Forces are fully prepared to respond to any act of Indian aggression," he tweeted. The DG ISPR called the Indian COAS' statement a latest manifestation of extremist indoctrination in India’s state institutions. ‪"We are aware of the dangers of belligerent fascist mindset in IOJ&K and to regional peace. World needs to take notice of Indian atrocities in IOJ&K and against minorities across India,” he said. ‪He added that India has experienced Pakistan’s response on Feb 27, 2019. “Same shall be even stronger next time,” said the DG ISPR. Earlier while addressing India media, the newly-appointed Indian army chief said: “If the [Indian] parliament wants [Azad] Kashmir to be a part of India, then we will take the necessary action to achieve that goal.” “There is a parliamentary resolution that entire Jammu and Kashmir is part of India. If Parliament wants it, then, that area [AJK] also should belong to us,” he added. Pakistan had rejected the statement, calling it 'irresponsible'. The Foreign Office in its statement had said Pakistan was fully able to respond to any Indian aggression in AJK and that New Delhi should not forget Islamabad's befitting response to its aggression in Balakot last year.
  14. RAWALPINDI: Two civilians were martyred and an equal number were injured as India resorted to unprovoked shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday. According to the ISPR, Indian forces targeted Jora sector along the LoC. Two civilians on the Pakistani side of the border, 14-year-old Shaharyar and 29-year-old Naveed were martyred due to the shelling. Two people including a woman were injured in the cross-border fire. The ISPR said that Pakistan Army effectively responded to the firing and damaged the Indian post that had fired at the Pakistani civilian sector. The ISPR said that there were reports that casualties had taken place in the Indian border forces as a result of the exchange. Three Pakistani soldiers were also injured in the firing exchange. The two forces traded fire one day after Indian army chief's provocative statements against Pakistan in which he said that the situation along the border could escalate at any time, The Times of India reported. General Bipin Rawat had said that the Indian army was prepared for the spiraling of the escalation matrix.
  15. Indians have defied bans on assembly with anger swelling against a citizenship law. AFP/Sajjad HussainIndian police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of people on Thursday as fresh violence broke out and demonstrators defied bans on assembly, amid growing anger at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alleged anti-Muslim agenda. Security forces and protesters clashed in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Karnataka states as elsewhere police bundled demonstrators onto buses, shutting Delhi metro stations and cutting cellphone access in some areas. The protests were sparked by a new law easing citizenship rules for people fleeing persecution from three neighbouring countries, but not Muslims, stoking accusations at home and abroad that Modi wants to reshape India as a Hindu nation — something he denies. Seven months after Modi swept to a second term, the past week has seen six people killed, dozens injured and, on Thursday, authorities banned gatherings across swathes of the world's biggest democracy that together are home to hundreds of millions of people. They included all of Uttar Pradesh and Bangalore, areas of the northeast and parts of Bihar, New Delhi, Hyderabad, and Chennai. All of them have seen protests in recent days, and in the case of the capital, riots, and police storming a university. Demonstrators draggedFresh violence erupted in Samhbal, Uttar Pradesh, where hundreds of protesters set fire to vehicles and threw stones at security forces who responded with tear gas, local police chief Yamuna Prasad told AFP. "We are trying to control the situation. People have been asked to return to their homes," Prasad said. Police fired tear gas and water cannon at several thousand protesters in state capital Lucknow while in Modi's home state of Gujarat, police said they baton-charged demonstrators and arrested 50 people. As others ignored the assembly bans in Delhi and elsewhere, authorities ordered telecom firms to cut calls, text messages, and data in parts of the city. India is already the world leader in cutting the internet, activists say, and access was also restricted in parts of the northeast and in Uttar Pradesh, home to a large Muslim minority. In Bangalore, one of those dragged onto a police bus was globally renowned historian Ramachandra Guha, while in Delhi, Harsh Mander — a prominent rights activist — was also detained. In the northeast, where the protests began last week — albeit for different reasons — around 20,000 people took to the streets in different locations. No violence was reported, however, after last week's deadly clashes. But the day's biggest demonstration so far took place in Malegaon in Maharashtra state — no assembly ban was in place — with as many as 60,000 people, police said. In Mumbai, a crowd of thousands including tattooed students and older Muslim men wearing skullcaps brandished Indian flags, posters of Mahatma Gandhi, and handed out copies of the constitution. "We cannot stay silent or on the fringes anymore. We have to act now," financial adviser Aman Verma told AFP. "Something has changed. This is the first time in a long time that people in Mumbai have come out in such large numbers to register dissent," said consultant Karishma V. The crowd in Kolkata was estimated at more than 40,000. 'Police brutality'The protests have been fuelled by anger about alleged police brutality including at a university in Delhi on Sunday night. Security forces in the capital have fired some 450 tear gas shells in the past five days, the Hindustan Times daily reported. One student reportedly lost an eye. The demonstrations in the city have at times turned violent with vehicles set on fire and protesters hurling stones at police in heavily Muslim parts on Wednesday. "If they show us the lathi (police baton), we will show them roses," a student in Delhi, Shivanji, told AFP as she handed flowers to police on Thursday. With international concern about the situation growing, Modi has insisted that his government does not aim to marginalise Muslims, tweeting this week that the new law "does not affect any citizen of India of any religion". But many in India's 200-million-strong Muslim minority fear that they will be the main target of Modi's plans to implement a national "register of citizens" to remove all "infiltrators" by 2024.
  16. A Sikh-American organisation in Washington has pledged to support plantation of 100 forests in Punjab and other parts of India to combat climate change. According to Hindustan Times, members of the organisation said during its 7th Gala that the initiative is an effort to fight climate change by planting Guru Nanak Sacred forests in Punjab and other parts of India. © Twitter The statement issued by the organisation said, “The planting of 100 Guru Nanak Sacred forests will also help EcoSikh reach its target of planting one million trees in honour of Guru Nanak's 550th birth-anniversary.” The EcoSikh has already planted around 120 mini-forests of 550 trees in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Delhi, Jammu and Chandigarh. Shubhednu Sharma from Afforestt said, “This will restore nature's imbalance in Punjab and other parts of India. The world is facing a pollution crisis and it is affecting the health of our children. Planting a forest is the best investment for our collective future.” © Twitter EcoSikh's global president Rajwant Singh said, “We feel that planting a forest in our backyard, schools, colleges, and gurdwaras can go a long way to purify our surroundings and make a dent in carbon sequestering”. Keeping in mind that climate change is the biggest threat the world is facing right now and the organisation's efforts are worth appreciating. View the full article
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