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  1. Break ups are bad and seemingly the one advice you always get post your break up, is keeping your distance from your ex-girlfriend. Have you heard your friends always tell you "whatever you do bro, just don't hook up with your ex, move on man"? Well, that advice is valid and legit only because you want to forget the past and move forward and maybe give someone else a chance. But there is a lingering feeling deep inside you, which probably still connects to your ex, and it's kinda inevitable and there is nothing you can do to contain that feeling really. © MensXP There may come a time where you will bump into your ex at a party or a bar, and if you haven't seen each other for long, you'll either ignore each other's respective presence or rekindle long lost conversations. Most likely, it's the latter and sometimes, those conversations could bring about latent feelings and the sexual pleasure you both derived from each other. Yes, sleeping with an ex is as common as the common cold and many of us indulge in it, and feel either ashamed or angry the next day or know for a fact that feelings for them still remain. But what if I told you, sleeping with an ex is not that bad, after all? Yes, you read that right. According to some recent research from Wayne State University, having *** with your ex might not be such a bad idea, in fact, the research argues that it may even be a 'good' idea. © MensXP The study was conducted in two parts and it analysed the daily experiences and activities of 113 individuals who'd recently broken up or were going through a break-up. Two months after the break-up, they were given a questionnaire to fill. The questionnaire asked if they'd tried to have physical contact with their ex and if they were emotionally attached to them and how they felt, every day, after they'd had some form of physical contact with their ex. The second part was somewhat similar, where 372 participants were asked to take a survey, which asked them similar questions about physical contact with their ex's and their level of attachments with them. The result was quite fascinating actually. Rather than expecting that sleeping with an ex is emotionally turbulent and can leave feelings to linger on, hindering your ability to move on, while prolonging the heartbreak, the researchers found that sleeping with an ex really didn't stop the day-today healing process. The participants who pined after their exes were more likely to have *** with them and even after that they didn't feel heartbroken or emotionally stunted, or even upset. In fact, hooking up with their ex, left them feeling more positive, every day. © MensXP "This research suggests that societal handwringing regarding trying to have *** with an ex may not be warranted. The fact that *** with an ex is found to be most eagerly pursued by those having difficulty moving on, suggests that we should perhaps instead more critically evaluate people's motivations behind pursuing *** with an ex." - the lead researcher, Stephanie Spielmann said in an interview with an international publication. But that being established, it's always necessary to know where you stand with your feelings and your emotions. There may have been research conducted to establish that *** is good with the ex but more often than not, it's subjective. If you feel mangled up and distraught after any form of physical contact with them or if you feel that physical intimacy with an ex acts as a deterrent for you to move on successfully, then you have to weigh your decision well. But if you think like the rest of the subjects from the research, your feelings are intact and you feel good about it, then, of course, go for it. But remember, don't have any expectations. if you're sleeping with an ex, in order to win them back, it may lead to more complications later and leave you more heartbroken than before!
  2. We're still a few months away from the launch of this year's iPhone lineup to see what Apple has in store for us. But while we wait for this year's iPhones, reports have already started popping up. According to a trusted source of Apple rumours, Apple will launch three iPhones next year too, and two of them will be 5G enabled. Yes, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple is well on track with the 5G iPhones, despite the fact that they're not working with their original 5G modem supplier anymore. © MensXP In case you missed out on all the banter, Apple was originally slated to launch 5G enabled iPhones in 2020 with Intel's radio chip. But since Apple decided to cut all ties with Intel in favour of Qualcomm chips, we were wondering if it would affect the company's roadmap for 5G enabled phones. Well, if Kuo's report is something to go by, then it looks like Apple is “right on schedule”. Kuo also noted that Apple will launch three new iPhones next year, all with OLED screens. According to Kuo's prediction, Apple will launch a 5.4-inch smaller iPhone and a larger 6.7-inch large iPhone model. The current iPhone XS and the XS Max variants have a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays respectively. Yes, it means we will be getting both an even smaller and a larger iPhone in 2020. Both of these iPhones will have 5G support. © Apple As for the third iPhone model, it looks like it won't have 5G support until 2021. However, it'll have an OLED panel just like the other two iPhones, which means all 2020 iPhones will have OLED screens, including the iPhone XR successor too. With that all being said, it's too early start placing our bets on the 2020 iPhones. But if these rumours are something to go by, then it looks like Apple won't be all that late to the party.
  3. When it comes to Bollywood's 'Sultan' Salman Khan, everything needs to be larger than life, and away from the mainstream. But when you begin to wonder how that can be incorporated in every aspect of his life, Sallu Bhai will show you just how that can be done. Let's take for instance that one constant that has been a part of Salman's life throughout these years. That has to be his love for fitness and bodybuilding, right? And as if that's not all, every now and then Salman keeps giving us a glimpse of his fitness regimen which is nothing less than motivating. © Twitter Hours ago, Salman shared another such video which is motivating us to get onto the path of fitness. Donning his fitness gear and recorded in his gym, the video takes “leg day” to new heights. Check out this super cool video that Salman shared on his official Instagram feed and you will know what we mean. View this post on Instagram After experiencing the highs and lows my security has finally realised how secure they are wid me .. ha ha A post shared by Salman Khan (@beingsalmankhan) on Jun 17, 2019 at 10:33am PDT As you can see, for his leg workout, Salman can be seen lifting two of his heavyweight bodyguards instead of regular weights. If that isn't turning the beast mode on, we wonder what is! Salman captioned the video saying, “After experiencing the highs and lows my security has finally realised how secure they are wid me .. ha ha” © Facebook Not sure about his security personnel, but we are sure as hell impressed with Salman's strength. Let's take this video as all the inspiration we need to get on with our new year's resolution and get fit and ripped at the gym.
  4. Yesterday's India versus Pakistan World Cup match at Old Trafford in Manchester came with its own shades of hope, expectations, disappointments and cheers. Fans thronged the stadium in huge numbers, and the stands came alive in shades of blue and green. Chants for India and Pakistan erupted sporadically every now and then, and the buzz was almost palpable on our side of the screen. © Twitter But amidst the height of all that craziness and raging levels of adrenaline owning to the India-Pakistan cricket rivalry, a couple's thoughtful yet meaningful jersey is going viral on Twitter for the heartwarming social message it delivers. © Twitter The couple in question wore a customised jersey that has been put together by combining half of the Indian jersey along with half of the Pakistani jersey. The end result is quite eye-catching, honestly. Spotted this couple at the #IndiaVsPakistan @cricketworldcup game and was intrigued by their jerseys! Husband is from Pakistan, wife from India so both stitched up India-Pak jerseys & wore them! Both are Canadians, watching the game in England, rooting for peace #SpiritofCricket pic.twitter.com/KrUjtkjFMn — Lakshmi Kaul (@KaulLakshmi) June 16, 2019 Posted by another cricket fan named Lakshmi Kaul, she tweeted this along with the picture, “Husband is from Pakistan, wife from India so both stitched up India-Pak jerseys & wore them! Both are Canadians, watching the game in England, rooting for peace #SpiritofCricket.” The tweet has since caused a buzz online with as many as 18K+ likes! Cricket fans from both the nations came together to praise this thoughtful move. That's exemplary stuff — Nida Khan Yousufzai (@NidaYousufzai) June 16, 2019 Awwwww... ð®ð³ððµð°... in the end, Love wins..#SpiritOfCricket — Tomy Pereira (@tomygilbert2000) June 16, 2019 Very kind gesture, We must never allow politics in the sport of cricket — Mustafa Mahmood (@MeMustefa) June 17, 2019 Just brilliant to see. I want peace too. ð®ð³â¤ï¸ðµð° — Jay Deshpande (@JayDeshpande8) June 17, 2019 At the end of the day, it is just a game and must not come in the way of the peace that both nations are striving to achieve.
  5. Within five days, a strike that started in West Bengal, has now spread to other cities with doctors from all over the country showing solidarity to the cause of protection of medical practitioners. It all started on Monday at the Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital where a 74-year-old patient Mohammad Syeed passed away. The relatives of the deceased allegedly beat up the doctors blaming medical negligence for the death. The clash led to an intern getting a severe head injury. Kolkata:Junior doctors at NRS Medical College&Hospital go on strike after doctors were allegedly attacked by a patient's family who died yesterday.Chandrima Bhattacharya,Health Min,says,"Emergency is open&talks are on.4 ppl have been arrested in connection with attack on doctors" pic.twitter.com/EU3HNJvfnV — ANI (@ANI) June 11, 2019 Following that, doctors at NRS refused to release Syeed's body, demanding an apology for the incident. This was followed by some relatives and local residents storming the hospital and pelting stones at junior doctors. Reportedly, five relatives of the deceased have been arrested after an FIR. The incident led to a lot of outrage with people demanding safe working spaces for doctors. Apparently, the doctors are also wearing bandages and helmets as a way to protest. Following the incident at NRS, a lot of junior doctors from different hospitals in West Bengal also joined the protest. West Bengal: Doctors at North Bengal Medical College, Siliguri observe strike over violence against doctors at NRS Medical College & Hospital pic.twitter.com/qZvMkUEX0X — ANI (@ANI) June 14, 2019 With Delhi Medical Association (DMA) declaring a Black Day yesterday, the protest also spread to Delhi with AIIMS Delhi joining in. The Indian Medical Association also urged doctors to wear a black badge as a way to protest. Delhi: Doctors at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) prepare to observe strike over violence against doctors in West Bengal. pic.twitter.com/pza71njjum — ANI (@ANI) June 14, 2019 Yesterday afternoon, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee issued a four-hour ultimatum to end the doctors' strike while visiting the state-run SSKM hospital in Kolkata. She was quoted as saying, “[Doctors who are protesting] are outsiders. The government will not support them in any way. I condemn doctors who have gone on strike. Policemen die in line of duty but the police don't go on a strike.” She also said, “Medical services come under the Essential Services Act and the doctors cannot afford to do such protests. I don't understand medicine, but today I saw an accident victim lying without being attended to. He will die lying there because of the protest. Let good sense prevail or else we will be forced to take action.” While her stand till now is still understandable, she did bring in BJP and called it a conspiracy. She said, “This strike is a BJP conspiracy. Protesters are disrupting medical services. This should end at once. All anti-social people of one particular community are doing this under police protection.” Really not the time for this, tbh. While the strike is still continuing and doesn't seem to come to an end soon, there are two different narratives emerging. There are stories about how a lot of patients are suffering because the doctors aren't there to treat them. Delhi: Patients face difficulties as Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of AIIMS is on strike today over violence against doctors in West Bengal. Relative of a patient says, "My mother's dialysis was scheduled for today, we were told to go & get it done from somewhere else," pic.twitter.com/sFVF6D8VMj — ANI (@ANI) June 14, 2019 But, at the same time, there are a lot of posts about doctors wearing helmets and bandages as a symbol of protest while also treating patients. Delhi: Members of Resident Doctors' Association of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) work wearing helmets & bandages, as a mark of protest against "worsening of violence against medical doctors in West Bengal." pic.twitter.com/Fgrv6Jtjdq — ANI (@ANI) June 13, 2019 People on Twitter are mostly standing with the doctors and respect their fight for safety while working. A lot of people have also brought up the fact that a lot of other patients are suffering and that's not fair. This is what happened when 200 people came by trucks and attacked Doctors and interns at NRS Hospital. They thrashed an intern's skull bcz a 85 yrs old man died. It doesnt feel safe living in WB nowadays. It's a goon's era we are living in. The protest must go on. #standwithnrs pic.twitter.com/9WkqH2XHOI — Nabanita Das (@nabanita_speaks) June 11, 2019 Dear Doctors, I completely empathise with the fact that whatever happened in #NRS is deplorable & a strong protest is very valid but it's also true that making other patients, including small babies, suffer due for no to fault of theirs is also not something u can really justify — Babul Supriyo (@SuPriyoBabul) June 13, 2019 People are also calling out Mamata Banerjee. Attack on doctors happened in NRS college bt CM Mamata Banerjee went to SSKM college. Instead of condemning attack, she is condeming strike and clng students outsider & politicaly motivated. She is okay with doctors getting killed in line of duty. Again vote bank. #BengalBurning — Pradeep Bhandari (@pradip103) June 13, 2019 Summed up. A patient Mohammed Sayeed died in NRS Hospital in Bengal. Soon after that: 1. Hospital was attacked by a violent Mob of 200 People. 2. Rioters came in two lorries to attack the doctors. 3. Mob also pelted bricks. Many injured. One Doctor is struggling for life. Pray for him. — Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) June 12, 2019 As per the latest reports, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has announced a nationwide doctors' strike on June 17. The IMA said 3.5 lakh doctors will participate in the nationwide strike on Monday. Watch this space for more update.
  6. In a development that comes as a pretty big and a happy surprise to the people on social media, especially the residents of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, the country is all set to open its doors to its first ever nightclub called the 'Halal' nightclub. Dubai and Beirut's famous club chain 'White' is already in talks and the place has been in the pipeline for a long time. The bar and the nightclub will cater to the needs of residents of the country and help them enjoy a well-deserved night-life, according to the Islamic norms. The news spread like wildfire on social media and people obviously have all sort of opinions. Bruh white jeddah night club is gonna be like 90% awkward people in it bruh. Wtf are you gonna do at a halal nightclub anyways? ð — . (@Lakofabettrname) June 12, 2019 Anyone interested to explain to me what is a Halal Disco/night club? I'm almost confused. — Walaa Al Ghussein (@WalaaGh) June 12, 2019 While some people are merely confused about this concept, many feel that the move is unnecessary. being civilized & modern does not need an opening of a night club with halal bar #justsaying hehehehe — Nurah AlSabah (@NurahMeshal) June 12, 2019 I can't believe that they're opening a nightclub in Jeddah! I mean wth it's right next to Mecca! oh wait the bar is HALAL lol.. — s (@xsuhyx) June 11, 2019 Also, some Twitter users are just interpreting the concept in their own way, of course. Mood : #دÙسÙÙ_ÙÙ_جد٠pic.twitter.com/fgxfCJSfE4 — Lamia (@Blaxy_Lia) June 12, 2019 © Twitter But then, some are genuinely excited and happy about this cool idea. Mood : ð¥ð¤ª #دÙسÙÙ_ÙÙ_جد٠pic.twitter.com/sQ3lsN8W6T — أبÙعبداÙÙÙ (@aboabdullah611) June 12, 2019 #دÙسÙÙ_ÙÙ_جد٠Mood pic.twitter.com/REQDZrTzEH — Essa ð (@essacool) June 12, 2019 All things said and done, everyone deserves a place to just let their hair down and party the night away!
  7. If you look in to store windows, you'll always see perfectly carved mannequins looking at you, dressed in the latest fashion. You'd never see an 'out of shape' or a voluptuous body type that defies beauty standards on a mannequin. This certainly has created certain myths about how the world should actually perceive size and it's almost close to perfection, which shouldn't be the case to begin with. (c)Nike A Nike store on Oxford Street in London recognised that and has now installed 'plus size' mannequins to maintain regular standards of a particular body type and the mannequins cater to all women with beautiful curves. Nike has updated its women's floor in London. Includes new offerings for plus-size women and includes curvier mannequins to represent a diverse range of body types that shop the brand. pic.twitter.com/aKVDG4hIhV — Jess Golden (@JGolden5) 7 June 2019 Nike's sole aim is to promote inclusivity in sports because it's not exclusively for people who're fit or slim or have the best bodies but somehow that hasn't been a transparent aspect of any sport company and a 'perfect' body type is always projected through their adverts. Nike went a step ahead to show grassroots athletes in all body types, comfortable in their skin. “To celebrate the diversity and inclusivity of sport, the space will not just celebrate local elite and grassroot athletes through visual content, but also show Nike plus size and para-sport mannequins for the first time on a retail space.” - a poplar publication reports the ideaology behind Nike's mannequin campaign. People all over are rather impressed with what the brand is trying to promote, especially real women, who come in all shapes and sizes and work hard to keep fit and love their bodies. Nike has introduced plus-size mannequins in its London flagship store https://t.co/a58jbIy1f0 pic.twitter.com/TYHzwrLjPC — CNN (@CNN) 7 June 2019 It's more important to be healthy than it is to be skinny. Anything that promotes a healthy lifestyle is a plus in my book. Positive body image is important to mental health. Big is beautiful too. — Ian Lee Rockwell (@IanLeeRockwell) 7 June 2019 Really digging this plus size mannequin at @Nike reenforcing that big girls can be badass athletes too ð #effyourbeautystandards pic.twitter.com/ei8Vss6CIX — Femestella (@femestella) 7 June 2019 This is great. Plus size people want and need comfortable stuff to workout in. — mercedes. (@KissMyLocs) 7 June 2019 If you have a body, you are an athlete. AND: REPRESENTATION MATTERS.@Nike introduces plus-size mannequins to London store https://t.co/GtlBmuXmfn via @CNNStyle — The Chris Mosier (@TheChrisMosier) 6 June 2019 We're living in times where people are looking for inclusivity everywhere because they don't want to fall prey to standard notions about how one should look or feel or even think. And with this campaign, Nike is setting a fine example of a future that's more malleable and inclusive than judgemental and biased.
  8. The year was 2006. As I sat writing my final exams for Class VI, the following question appeared on the paper: “Music is a language that transcends all boundaries.” Elaborate. Already prepared for a question like this (having our ears drilled by our teacher to the same effect), I started scribbling out the well-worded answer I had slogged over during the last few days. At age 11, one can hardly fathom the depth of William Wordsworth's eloquent words to define a song he heard a maiden sing in a mellifluous voice in a language he didn't understand. Perhaps like Mr Wordsworth who couldn't decipher the song in 'The Solitary Reaper'', my 2006 version was also unable to grasp the complexity of music. Thirteen years later, I can say that I have understood the true meaning of the question. Music is everywhere, you just need to the heart to perceive it: Birds chirping, the din of the market, TV Shows, movies, the clanging of vessels, the rhythmic clinking of the clock, the soft thumping of one's heart. I found out that my favourite kind of music was the one you could forget yourself into, like the score of a movie; the ethereal orchestral symphony which transcends you to a place where you can start envisioning the music. You and music become one, the notes seem to materialize in front of you, heal you. The cacophony of the world is forgotten. There is a fascinating charm to these scores; they are not mere theme setters for the movie. Movie scores exemplify and elevate important moments of the protagonist's life; be it Batman putting on his suit for the first time, or Nina finally turning into the Black Swan, or Rose finding love with Jack, or Frodo defeating Gollum once and for all. So, especially for you, here is a list of 21 best movie scores of all time: 1. The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012): The fact that Hans Zimmer is a musical prodigy par excellence is no secret. And that his musical score for movies is heavenly is as trivial a detail as say: the Sun rises in the East. With Goth undertones, Mr Zimmer, along with James Newton Howard, makes Batman come alive in our minds with the intense score of the three movies, in this re-imagining of Batman as an anti-hero by Christopher Nolan, starring Christian Bale. (The Holy Trinity of Films: Nolan, Bale, and Zimmer). © Syncopy/Legendary Pictures/ Patalex III Productions/Warner Bros. Pictures The music has been composed in such a way that it connects you to Batman like never before; music which embodies the conflict Bruce faces, the dilemma of Batman, and the choices he has to make. Listening to it echoes a tremendously powerful emotion within. © Syncopy/Legendary Pictures/ Patalex III Productions/Warner Bros. Pictures Be it “A Storm is Coming”, with its menacing, ominous tone. Or the eerie “Why So Serious?”. The powerful “Rise” which awakens a part of your soul. Not to forget “Bane's Chant”. Goosebumps! A score that will haunt you even after you have finished watching the movies. And that is the brilliance of Hans Zimmer. 2. Sense and Sensibility (1995): Other than being a marvellous movie in itself, this Emma Thompson-written masterpiece of Jane Austen's novel, directed by Ang Lee, boasting of an extremely talented ensemble cast has one of the most soulful scores of all time. Patrick Doyle's genius shines through the melodic symphony of the entire soundtrack, engaging the viewer (and listener) to relate to the struggles of the characters, be it Marianne's lost love (Miss Grey) or her coming of age (Weep You No More Sad/The Dreame ), or the anticipation of meeting her suitor (Mr Willoughby) or Elinor's strolls through the gardens with Edward (My Father's Favorite). © Columbia Pictures/ Mirage Enterprises Nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Score, there's no doubt that it deserves the praise it has got; the way it changes from a dreamy fancy to a mellow elegy, to a more serious rendition as the movie progresses is beautifully indescribable. With a classical base, the music transports you to the countryside of England, as Elinor and Marianne navigate the atrocities of the elite English social life. 3. Beetlejuice (1988): Weird, eerie and perfect for a goofy movie with eccentric characters. With Tim Burton as director, you know it is going to be a crazy joyride. Add to it the musical mastermind of Danny Elfman, and it is the best of both worlds. © The Geffen Company/ Warner Bros. Pictures Quirky, with a calypso vibe, which perfectly replicates the madness on screen, it will make you dance to its whimsical tune! 4. Titanic (1997): Because our 'hearts will go on' till eternity! Romance personified, James Cameron's magnum opus' score by legendary composer James Horner is the reason why 'Titanic' makes you believe in love. Based on soft strings, violins, and the piano, the score has an ethereal beauty. © Paramount Pictures/ 20th Century Fox/ Lightstorm Entertainment A beatific score which makes you feel that you are in heaven; be it the romantic “Rose” which plays when Jack sees Rose for the first time (and leitmotifs all throughout), the travel vibes from “Never An Absolution”, or the uplifting notes of “Southampton”. As the story moves forward, the score's feeling of astonishment and joy is punctuated by the dark “Death of the Titanic”, a sad dirge when the ship meets its perilous fate. My heart always breaks when the orchestra plays “Nearer My God to Thee” while the bandleader, Wallace Hartley, bravely keeps playing, all the while knowing what lies ahead. Not to mention “My Heart Will Go On” by Céline Dion which has been a love anthem since the movie released. 5. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (2001-2003): Just one word: Marvelous! A truly fabulous score by music composer par brilliance, Howard Shore, who created a score so ingenious for all the three movies that it can hardly be compared to another. The music is fantasy personified; there are about about100 specially crafted leitmotifs which keep on changing in intonation and tempo. What is even more fascinating is that each theme corresponds to a particular culture of Middle-earth, just think about it! © New Line Cinema/ WingNut Films With over four years of conducting, writing, composing and orchestrating, this intricate, sweeping score is a labour of love; Shore's love child with music. Moreover, it is one of the greatest scores of all times with respect to its length, soloists, instrumentation, among other attributes. With its operatic sound and antiquated feeling, listening to the score is an indulgence in itself. Another enthralling thing about the score is its nuance: it doesn't just reflect the scene or doesn't only suggest the mood, it tells a story, narrates the drama underlying in the scene. If that isn't creative brilliance, I don't what is! 6. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961): If it wasn't famous enough for its iconic fashion, courtesy of Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly, the music is another feather in the cap of this beautiful, beautiful movie. © Jurow-Shepherd/ Paramount Pictures Henry Mancini's melodious score is a romantic extravagance which makes you fall in love with it the minute you hear it. My personal favourite has to be “Moon River” (with lyrics by Johnny Mercer), especially the one Audrey Hepburn croons while sitting on the balcony. The opening scene where an instrumental “Moon River” plays, makes you feel a strange mix of emotions as Holly steps out of a cab, with a coffee and a Danish. (All hail Blake Edwards!) Longingly looking at the necklace showcased on Tiffany's store window, lazily munching on the Danish, Holly Golightly signifies all of us contemplating over our desires. © Jurow-Shepherd/ Paramount Pictures 7. Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope (1977): Iconic! Who hasn't heard to this legendary score? A score which literally gives “a new hope”. © Lucasfilm/ 20th Century Fox George Lucas' masterpiece, scored by composer John Williams, is a movie which is synonymous with the sci-fi revolution in cinema. But its musical theme is just as fabulous as the movie; a sound which makes you fill with nostalgia and hope. 8. Gladiator (2000): Ridley Scott's classic movie has an extremely powerful score which makes you feel as though you have stepped into the action of the Colosseum in Rome. © Scott Free Productions/ Red Wagon Entertainment/ Universal Pictures/ DreamWorks Pictures Another one of Hans Zimmer's creations, with vocals by Lisa Gerrard, the music encapsulates Maximus' struggles. The music is laced with heroism, with the score expositing the valiant efforts of Maximus as he fights his way as a Gladiator in Ancient Rome. “Elysium” has a penetrating feeling; it touches your heart in an intensely personal way. 9. Lawrence of Arabia (1962): An epic movie starring Peter O'Toole, directed by David Lean, based on one of history's game-changers, T.E. Lawrence. The main theme has a mystical quality about it; a mixture of Arabian Night-esque music, Western vibes, and military music. Maurice Jarre's musical genius shines throughout the score. It makes you feel you have travelled into the sandy deserts of the Middle East; you can envision the dunes, the camels, the caravans. Essentially, it mirrors the plot of the movie: the conflict between the Ottoman Turks and nomadic Arabian tribes (guided by T.E. Lawrence) resulting in a guerilla war during World War I. © Horizon Pictures/ Columbia Pictures Not only is the music great to hear, with its loud booming quality, but it is also visually appealing, and falls perfectly in line with the scene on screen: the rolling motion of caravans at a leisurely pace, pulled by camels, along the desert. The underlying bass line only intensifies the effect. The tambourine music in parts of the repetitions of the score adds to the exotic Middle Eastern charm. 10. Back to the Future (1985): One of the most iconic time-travel centric sci-fi movies of all time, 'Back to the Future's' main theme echoes an adventurous, futuristic vibe. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, 'Back to the Future' is one of the most famous movies of the 80s, marking the second of multiple collaborations between Robert Zemeckis and Alan Silvestri (who would go on to become one of the most illustrious composers of the era). © Amblin Entertainment/ Universal Pictures The fanfare is perhaps the most recognized of movie themes; just the right amount of heroic and quirky! Also, the soundtrack has gems like “The Power of Love” (by Huey Lewis and the News) and “Johnny B. Goode” (by Chuck Berry), which are trendsetting songs in their own right! All aboard The DeLorean! 11. The Godfather (1972): Everything about 'The Godfather' is epic: the novel, the movies, and the music. Francis Ford Coppola's crowning glory was scored by Italian composer Nino Rota who is responsible for the legendary 'The Godfather Waltz'. © Alfran Productions/ Paramount Pictures Borrowing from his previously scored movie, 'Fortunella', Nino elevated the Italian feel of the music in 'The Godfather', capturing the misfortune of the characters thus invoking a tragic vibe in the score. 'The Godfather Waltz' and 'Love Theme from The Godfather' are a testament to the previous fact and to the ingenuity of Nino Rota's musical dexterity. 'The Pickup' captures the gangster theme of the movie with its bouncy, ominous feel. 12. Harry Potter (The First Three Movies) (2001-2004): Magical, mysterious and haunting. A trip down memory lane with this gem of a score, composed by John Williams. © Warner Bros. Pictures/ Heyday Films 'Hedwig's Theme' is always a tearjerker, with its plaintive notes emoting Harry's loneliness which slowly turns into a merry, elevating melody echoing Harry's entrée into the wizarding world. Will I cry when I hear it? Always. 13. Avengers: Endgame (2019): A fairly new movie on the list but kudos to Alan Silvestri's prowess as a composer who can wield magic with the conductor's baton (his personal Mjölnir, if you will), this movie's soundtrack has surpassed its predecessors while keeping the nostalgia intact. Sweeping, powerful and intense, the music sets the perfect tone for the finale of the Avengers franchise. Be it the war sequence, Captain America finally lifting the Mjölnir, the appearance of the heroes left behind (Portals), or the final Snap (The Real Hero), the score effortlessly manages to pull you in. © Marvel Studios/ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures 'Whatever it Takes' touches you in ways you couldn't imagine, making you nostalgic about the sacrifices all the Avengers have made to reach here. My personal favourite is the jazzy 'It's Been A Long, Long Time' by Harry James (sung by Kitty Kallen) which plays as the movie comes to an end. Such a beautiful way to say goodbye! And such a satisfying visual to accompany it! 14. Requiem for a Dream (2000): A trippy movie with a hauntingly eerie soundtrack which makes you lose your mind (in a good way!). Darren Aronofsky's unconventional film about unfulfilled human desires is made more compelling by its theme, scored by Clint Mansell, ostentatiously using György Ligeti's “Lux Aeterna” in most parts. © Thousand Words/ Protozoa Pictures/ Artisan Entertainment The score is ominous, a bit tenebrous (a quality of Aronofsky's movies) and intentionally raw. The music plays an important role in the life of the characters, mirroring their cravings and addictions, and the extent they'll go for it. 15. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968): Another groundbreaking sci-fi movie, directed by eccentric genius Stanley Kubrick who (in)famously scrapped all the music created by Alex North for the movie (without informing him), was scored entirely by classical music. © Stanley Kubrick Productions/ Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Stanley Kubrick decided to go with legendary classical pieces: Richard Strauss' poem 'Also Sprach Zarathustra', the waltz “The Blue Danube” by Johann Strauss II, and “Lux Aeterna” by György Ligeti, which have since become synonymous with the movie in such a way that it is impossible to think about 2001 without “The Blue Danube” playing in your mind. His reason was that he wanted his movie to be more of an aural sensory experience, not reliant on dialogue or verbal cues, thus using grand, majestic, soulful compositions from the classical past of music. Needless to say, the peculiar decision did turn out well for the movie. 16. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982): John Williams scores (no pun intended) again with the music of this adorable movie directed by Steven Spielberg. It captures the essence of childhood: the innocence, the sense of wonder, the inquisitiveness in all of us at that age. It has an emotional feel to it which strikes a chord with the old and young alike, igniting long-forgotten memories. © Amblin Entertainment/ Universal Pictures The best part of the score has to be the flying bicycle(“Flying”)! Joy, amazement, and fun all rolled into the music. And the music for the farewell brings out tears. Every. Single. Time. “E. T. Phone Home!” More like, “E.T. Don't Phone Home!” 17. Gone With The Wind (1939): Scarlett O'Hara's trials and tribulations find their expression in the music of the movie. Scored by Max Steiner, one of the greatest of composers in the Golden Age of Cinema, the score is sufficiently heartbreaking while being majestic in its own right. © Loew's Inc./ Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ Selznick International Pictures The score is instrumental in charting out the character development; a distinguishing quality of Mr Steiner's work. They don't make them like that anymore! Because “frankly, my dear, they don't give a damn!” about music anymore. 18. Schindler's List (1993): Composed and conducted by John Williams (such a gifted treasure of a man), marking another collaboration with Steven Spielberg, Schindler List's score is a poignant experience. © Amblin Entertainment/ Universal Pictures Sad and melancholy, it voices the underlying distress and the terrible misfortune of Krakow. 19. Jurassic Park (1993): A score which has become tantamount to peak 90s and dinosaurs, composed by John Williams (again!), is a treat for the ears. © Amblin Entertainment/ Universal Pictures The score encapsulates the miracle of seeing something so unusual that you can't comprehend it through the main theme, then going to amazement and surprise in “Journey to the Island” and capturing the menace when the park turns rogue, with the rest of the score. 20. The Pink Panther (1963): Henry Mancini unleashes his musical genius in a funny way through “The Pink Panther” (another Blake Edwards masterpiece). © Mirisch Company/ United Artists The dubious, cartoony theme from the movie is perhaps as famous as the Taj Mahal and the most overused in movies which want to portray a comical investigation. The theme comprises a saxophone tenor which has over time become its most discerning quality. The score is funny, wacky and as quirky as the lead character, Jacques Clouseau (superbly played by Peter Sellers). The slapstick feel of the movie, the spry tone is effectively embodied by the score. 21. Goldfinger (1964): Do we really need an explanation for this? :P One of the most famous and iconic themes of all time. Shirley Bassey's vocals add to the drama to the music which has become synonymous with the spy thriller series, giving a nod to its sister theme. © Eon Productions/ United Artists 'Goldfinger', with its brassy, jazzy vibe, is one of the best pieces of music in the entire soundtrack of the James Bond movies. Mr Bond's suave sexiness is personified by the legendary theme. Thank you, John Barry! So, which is your favourite? Tell us in the comments!
  9. If excessive sweating is what you face every day, we have your back. Anyone who sweats excessively tends to fret over sweat stains. We get it that it's a struggle, especially in this scorching heat. Not only does it affect your look, but also hampers your confidence level. Don't let it affect you in any way. Check out these fashion hacks for your wardrobe to keep the stench away, forever: © Facebook 1. Choose The Right Colours It seems like an excellent idea to wear light colours in this hot weather, but tbh, they don't do a great job at hiding those sweat stains. Light colours like white, grey or beige grab all the attention, but dark navy blue, black or brown will work out for you. © Getty Images 2. Opt For An Absorbent T-Shirt Worried about sweating through your entire look? Absorbent t-shirts are the exact summer saviours you were looking for. Yes, they can be worn underneath and are a sure shot way to keep the stains miles away! 3. Use Natural Fibers For Summers Instead of opting for nylon or polyester shirts, splurge on cotton or linen. They are a safe haven for men who sweat a lot. Natural fibers go a long way and are bound to make you feel less sweaty. Keep this suggestion in mind so you never mess up in an interview or on a date night! © Getty Images 4. Sweat Pads For The Win In case, you sweat a lot from your armpits, sweat pads are the fix you need. You can either stick them on your shirts or wear them directly with clean-shaven armpits. © Getty Images 5. Fix The Stains We all are aware of the disastrous stink of armpits. The sweaty patches tend to stick by for a longer period of time. Next time, before you throw your t-shirt to wash, apply a dab of lemon juice on the stain to eliminate the marks completely and stay fresh all summer long. © Getty Images 6. Opt For A Good Pair Of Shoes Sweaty feet invite trouble, not just for yourself, but also for the people around you. Let your feet breathe in this weather. Steer clear of canvas or plastic shoes and keep your feet rejuvenated at all hours. Wear cotton socks with lightweight formal shoes, sneakers. © Getty Images 7. Ditch Your Backpack Backpacks are your enemy as the sweat gates open up. They also weigh you down due to the whole world stowed in it. Keep yourself cool with messenger bags to lower down the burden on your back, thus lessening the chances of sweat stains. © Getty Images
  10. Bharat Movie Cast: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sunil Grover, Jackie Shroff, Sonali Kulkarni, Disha Patani, Satish Kaushik Bharat Movie Director: Ali Abbas Zafar Bharat Movie Rating: 4/5 Salman Khan and Eid go hand in hand. Ever wondered why Salman's fans celebrate his every movie like a big festival? Well, you might not find any probable answer to this, but it's a given that his followers treat his movies like the most-awaited event of the season, and with good reason too. This time, the audience has been served with a mixed bowl of emotions and actions on their platter with 'Bharat' and when you have Ali Abbas Zafar as a director, you know the movie has a lot to offer. 'Bharat' will make you laugh, cry and even feel patriotic at the same time. The basic root of the film is the tragic story of those who lost their loved ones when a bunch of 'corrupt politicians' decided to cut through 'Bharat' and make it India and Pakistan. If you are thinking of investing your money and time into 'Bharat', then you can probably go ahead, because it won't disappoint you at all. There is a chance you could feel a sense of deja vu, as you might get a rush of memories from Salman's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' days, as there is a similar element of emotion and patriotism. In all honesty, 'Bharat' is the perfect Eidi after the disastrous sob-fest that was 'Race 3' (no offence to the makers, clearly). 'Bharat' is an official adaptation of a South Korean drama 'Ode to my Father' (2014). The movie shows Salman in five avatars, dating from 1947 to 2010. So, the young Bharat is separated from his father and sister during the Indo-Pak partition in 1947, after which he dedicates his entire life to the one promise that he made to his father (played by Jackie Shroff), that he will always take care of his family. Of course, goes without saying that 'Bharat' is an absolute treat for those who have been dying to see Katrina Kaif and Salman on the big screen together again. The chemistry between the two is simply brilliant, and their cute banter throughout the movie will make you question if they are equally close off-screen as well. Katrina, in terms of acting, has surely come a long way. Those who have seen 'Zero' would agree with my statement. Katrina, in 'Bharat', is free-spirited and bold and people are bound to love this avatar of hers. If you're wondering about Salman's performance, then you probably should see the film for yourself, because if I tell you, I reckon I would be stealing your joy of watching Bhai in all his glory. The cherry on the cake has to be Sunil Grover, and in every sense, he finally has his perfect big Bollywood movie. Ali has made sure that Sunil's character doesn't fade or lose focus before Salman's presence. Disha Patani makes a brief period appearance but still manages to impress you with her killer looks and moves. Every character in the movie is justified and why not? It's an Ali Abbas Zafar movie after all. Yes, the movie is lengthy and just before the interval, you might feel that it is a bit stretched, but don't worry, 'Bharat' picks up the pace rather soon again. The movie is not limited to just the love story between Bharat and Kumud (Katrina Kaif). It recounts significant historic instances of our nation, like the 1947 partition, Jawaharlal Nehru's death, the 1983 Cricket World Cup, liberalization, and yes, even globalization. The score of the movie has done a brilliant job in keeping up with changing eras and gives the audience the perfect feel of a rapidly progressing nation. Just like any movie, 'Bharat' is also not perfect and has its own decent share of flaws. However, it does not leave you disappointed or feeling unsatisfied. So, book your tickets and watch this Salman movie. Try not to overanalyze everything you see and you are bound to come out of the hall feeling sated!
  11. Apple finally announced the new iOS 13 for iPhones and iPod Touch during the WWDC 2019 keynote yesterday. Yes, iOS is no longer available for iPad and that's because the company announced a new OS for iPads called iPadOS. iOS 13, in case you don't know, comes with a bunch of new features like Dark Mode, a couple of redesigned apps, faster app loading times, faster FaceID and more. © Apple According to Apple, the first public beta of iOS 13 will launch in July. But if the curiosity to try out the new OS is killing you, then you can actually install and check out the iOS 13 beta right now. Yes, it's possible and here's how you can do it. How To Install iOS 13 Right Now In order to install iOS 13 on your iPhone right now, you'll need a paid Apple developer account. That's because this isn't a public iOS 13 beta rollout. The beta software is only available for the developer to play with the OS and make compatible apps. If you're not a developer and don't have a developer account, then you can enroll for one right here. Do make a note that not all users are eligible to have a developer account, so you might not be able to create one right away. If you have a paid developer account, then you visit this page of the Apple Developer site to download the beta software right now. Again, do make a note that this won't be an OTA update, so you'll have to manually install the update. Wait For The Public Beta While the developer beta is out right now, we suggest you wait for the public rollout next month. For one, it'll be free to download and can be loaded via an OTA update. It'll also be slightly more polished than the developer beta that's out right now. Also, before you proceed, it's worth pointing out that it's best to create a back up before installing the beta software. Failing to do so will force you to be stuck with the beta version of iOS 13, which may or may not be very stable for daily use. Supported iPhones & iPods © Apple According to Apple, these are devices that can take part in the iOS 13 beta - iPhone XS, XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8, 8 Plus iPhone 7, 7 Plus iPhone 6s, 6s Plus iPhone SE iPod Touch 7th Generation Well, now that you know everything about iOS 13 beta, go ahead and check out all the new features that are available.
  12. They say free goodies always taste better than the stuff we have to pay for. That isn't always true, though. When life gives us lemons, no matter how costless they might be, the lemonade still tastes like shit. So, earlier today when the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) Chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that women in the national capital will be 'entitled' to free rides on Delhi Metro, DTC and cluster buses, the announcement left a sour taste in our mouth (pun intended). A large number of female commuters who use public transportation on a regular basis are thrilled by this news, while others are also concerned about the chaos this would unleash, with problems stemming from overcrowding and people management on buses and metros. © Twitter However, that being said, at first glance, it does seem like a great move to encourage more women to use public transportation, but we fail to fathom how this is going to better the pressing issues related to women's safety in the state? Giving every woman free access to metro and buses in no way helps ensure that women will really be safe from abuse, molestation or rape. In fact, it only makes them more vulnerable to other kinds of inconvenience such as theft and difficulties that arise from overcrowding. Women might still get stalked, cat-called and assaulted once they get off the metro and buses, so, sorry, but Kejriwal's reasoning behind this 'free ride' move does nothing to endure women's safety. © Twitter Yet, the major question still remains: Are 'special' privileges the only way of ensuring women's safety? “I remember when the women's compartment was introduced on metros, men seem to hate the special treatment women received, and have often lashed out at women who travel in the general compartments 'despite having an entire compartment to themselves'. Thanks, but we can pay for our rides, spare us the chaos,” says 28-year-old Dutee. The overarching sentiment shared by women who can afford to pay for the tickets is that this step is unnecessary for a number of reasons. However, for those who may not be as privileged, this surely comes as a great relief and there is no denying that fact. Regardless of the money in their pockets, women will now be able to get from one place to another without being bothered by the monetary aspects (especially in times of dire need). Now women can travel free of cost in Delhi metro and DTC bus...there was already reserved seats everywhere for women....I don't understand what kind of equality is this between men and women?..Then why everyone said that लडà¤à¤¾ लडà¤à¥ à¤à¤ समान?? — pranav sangal (@pranavsangal4) June 3, 2019 34-year-old Neetu, who works as a house help in South Delhi, wasn't even aware that something of the sort is in the pipeline for Delhi women. But once she was informed, she was beyond relieved and said, “I avoid taking the metro unless I really have to, and the same goes for AC buses. But if this new rule really comes to pass, I won't have to think twice before taking them when I am travelling long distances within the city. It would make life so easy. I hope they can make it happen.” These are two diverse sets of female commuters who hit the roads every day and have different standpoints on Kejriwal's proposal, which will reportedly take another three months to get implemented. While there are genuine pros and cons to this proposal presented by the AAP government, there is no denying that another segment of women are still questioning why women 'always' have to be given special benefits for their “safety”, which again takes away from the larger movement towards equality. © Twitter “This will set back womenfolk and the feminist movement in the country yet again. We need better and stronger ways of safeguarding women's security. Special incentives do nothing more than make men loathe women for “all the things they get easily” and “get away with” simply because they belong to a particular gender,” observes Snigdha, a college student who regularly uses public transport. On certain levels, this somehow also reeks of vote-bank politics by the AAP government. After failing to bag even a single Lok Sabha seat in the recently concluded elections, this almost seems like a desperate move by the Kejriwal government to get into the good books of the female population in Delhi. What for? Are we Delhi Women not considered capable enough to pay for tickets? Is this empowerment in your understanding??! Delhi Metro, bus rides likely to be free of cost for women - India News https://t.co/cdAX2YVXlu — Pragya Rathore (@pragsrats) June 2, 2019 We certainly wish the Kejriwal government could come out with more concrete ways to deal with the vital issue of women's safety in the city. While this might help to a certain extent, the impending chaos is almost palpable. We wonder if this move to warm up to women in the region will help AAP in salvaging its sorry state of affairs, ahead of the State Assembly Elections in 2020.
  13. Here's some excellent news for all animal lovers across the board. The Haryana and Punjab High Court has declared the title of “legal person or entity” to animals in Haryana, granting them the “corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a living person” and we can't help but feel absolutely elated with this piece of information. (c) Pintrest The ruling has come out nearly a year after the Uttarakhand High Court passed a similar order “to protect and promote greater welfare of animals”. And guess why? Because both the orders were written and passed by Justice Rajiv Sharma, who was transferred from the Uttarakhand High Court to the Punjab & Haryana High Court in Chandigarh. “The corporations, Hindu idols, holy scriptures, rivers have been declared legal entities and thus, in order to protect and promote greater welfare of animals including avian and aquatic, animals are required to be conferred with the status of legal entity/ legal person” - Justice Rajiv Sharma (c) Twitter Justice Rajiv Sharma This is a fantastic stance taken towards animal welfare in the country and we hope things take a turn for the better where wildlife and animals laws are concerned, all over. “The animals should be healthy, comfortable, well nourished, safe, able to express innate behaviour without pain, fear and distress. They are entitled to justice. The animals cannot be treated as objects or property,” the verdict states. That is indeed true. Which means, no animals are now to be found carrying heavy weight, any weight that burdens them or be used for sheer entertainment or even stuffed into a vehicle, that may bring them grave discomfort or ill-health. This is what we need to implement in smaller towns, where animals are treated like a sheer commodity and nothing else. Among the guidelines that were issued by this verdict, the Justice Bench headed by Justice Sharma directed the Haryana Government that draught animals will not carry more than the prescribed weight while pulling a vehicle. The bench also said vehicles like bullock carts, camel carts and even horse carts need to put florescent reflectors at the front and back of the cart, so that they can be seen better, while travelling after sunset. (c)Twitter “All the citizens throughout the state of Haryana are hereby declared persons in loco parentis (meaning – in the place of a parent) as the human face for the welfare/protection of animals.” - Justice Rajiv Sharma We're very grateful towards this verdict and we truly hope more such rules are implemented for animals, for their wellbeing across the country.
  14. Let's admit it, relationships can be pretty unpredictable. You may love and laugh one minute and all of a sudden find yourself in a heated argument over one of the most senseless subjects. Don't tell us it hasn't happened to you ever, because we won't believe it. But again, that's how any relationship is like, isn't it? It's just that the impact of the same is a lot more harsh when the argument or fight happens to occur in your romantic relationship. Heck, it becomes all the more difficult because we never know how best to patch-up after an argument with our partner. Now the key to this is communication, but that itself becomes such a start because we simply don't know how to initiate a conversation after a fight. But worry not, these foolproof ways of starting a conversation with your partner will not put you in a spot. 1. Text Her © Getty Images If you're too anxious about calling her, then drop her a text expressing how you feel or maybe ask them how they're feeling. That is sure to get you a response. 2. Call Her © Getty Images We always recommend calling over all else. Why? Because that's the easiest way of showing you care and also that you're thinking about them. If they pick up, that's half the problem solved right there. *Winks* 3. Seek A Middle-Ground © Getty Images That is until the argument/fight wasn't your fault. Because if it was, then there should be no hesitation in apologising for whatever you got wrong. 4. Forgive & Forget © Getty Images If it wasn't a great showdown or something major, consider the “raat gayi, baat gayi” route. No matter who is at fault, we suggest that (reasonable) forgiveness and moving beyond differences are the biggest requirements in a relationship. 5. Plan A Date & Ask Them Out © Getty Images Set up a date and then invite your partner to hang out with you. The fact that you wish to spend time with them even after the fight shows that you are making efforts and feel genuinely about reconciliations.
  15. The much-anticipated event of the month, which will also mark the end of the two months-long General Elections in India, Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony is all set to take place a few hours from now. It's a big day not only for the ruling government, but also the country at large as it gets ready to welcome Modi ji as the country's prime minister for yet another term. © Twitter The swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Modi and other Union Ministers will be officiated by President Ram Nath Kovind within the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan at 7 pm this evening, in the presence of some of the world's most important and famous individuals. While it was said that PM Modi had sent out invitations to numerous international dignitaries from around the world, it has also been reported that there are 8,000 confirmed guests who are all set to attend PM Modi's oath taking ceremony, making it a historical event to be hosted at the venue. © Twitter That said, let's take a look at all the famous people from India and around the world who will be attending the ceremony hours from now. International Dignitaries © Twitter 1. BIMSTEC leaders from countries such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand will be attending the ceremony. As per reports, Pakistan was not sent an invitation. 2. Presidents of neighbouring countries, that is, Nepal, Myanmar, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will also attend the ceremony. 3. Prime Ministers of Bhutan and Mauritius will also be present at the ceremony. 4. Thailand's Special Envoy Grisada Boonrach will represent the country at the ceremony. Indian Dignitaries © Twitter 1. All the Chief Ministers in the country have been invited and are expected to attend the ceremony. However, Mamata Banerjee, Naveen Patnaik and Bhupesh Singh Bhaghel have stated that they would not be able to attend the ceremony. 2. Congress President Rahul Gandhi and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi have also confirmed their presence. 3. It is customary for all the former presidents, prime ministers and veteran politicians to attend PM's oath-taking ceremony. Celebrities © Twitter 1. Indian business moguls Mukesh Ambani, Gautam Adani and Ratan Tata have been invited for the ceremony, along with international bigwigs like Bill Gates. 2. Sports stars such as Rahul Dravid, PT Usha, Saina Nehwal, Anil Kumble, Dipa Karmakar and many others have been invited to the ceremony. 3. Big names from the film industry such as Shah Rukh Khan, Rajnikanth, Kangana Ranaut and others are expected to attend the ceremony this evening. Other Dignitaries 1. Families of deceased BJP workers from political violence-hit West Bengal have also been invited for the ceremony. 2. Reportedly, families of Pulwama attack martyrs have also been invited for the ceremony but there is no confirmation on the news.
  16. The entire country was just catching up to why the hell JCB excavators are everywhere right now, but desi Twitter has already come up with a new meme and I have to say, it's way better than the #JCBKiKhudai memes. The new money meme (What is the official meme name?) is here and it's the most relatable meme I've seen, to be honest. Desi meme-makers have taken something simple and turned it into quite a hilarious thing. The meme basically consists of two pictures - one of a stack of â¹500 notes, and the other is a single, lonely old â¹100 note - and people are giving it the context in the sense of expensive and cheap things. Okay, that doesn't sound that funny but it's a little difficult to sum it up, so I'll just show how brilliant it is and why literally every single person could see that meme and say 'I feel that, bro'. See? Education loan vs Campus Placement pic.twitter.com/A7dpY8pgAI — Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) May 29, 2019 This is a cute one. Parents spending on me and my brother Vs Parents spending on themselves pic.twitter.com/9xeoUjy2tf — Divya ð (@ambertonic_) May 28, 2019 Since there are so many engineers, this has a big audience. Engineers Chai sutta expenses vs other expenses pic.twitter.com/lYqBWUqydF — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) May 29, 2019 Ever desi wedding ever. * In Joota churaayi rasam at indian wedding * Pic1- Actual Price of shoes Pic2- What your sister in law demands pic.twitter.com/tJLZ3AQHyP — Hunà¤à¤°à¤° â (@nickhunterr) May 28, 2019 Follow up tweet hits a little too close to home. Pic 3 - What they actually receive pic.twitter.com/Ulira7Y9VR — भारतà¥à¤¯ शायर (@quotewrk) May 28, 2019 Surviving on 10% of salary for 20 days is an adventure sport. Salary day vs last day of the month https://t.co/4Eo5n8rBMI — Zaid (@ziddilaunda) May 28, 2019 Tag your boss here. CTC vs The actual salary pic.twitter.com/MHEvWRnLA3 — Abhinav Rai (@abhinavrai327) May 29, 2019 The same, but reversed. Engineers In hand salary vs CTC pic.twitter.com/yATz2KazoI — Sonu (@Bat_da_Phak) May 29, 2019 We all have that friend. Me to friend vs Friend to me pic.twitter.com/2qbQwRydkX — Rakesh Vishwakarma (@therkrd) May 29, 2019 Every freaking time. 1. Money gave to mom given by relatives 2. Money that mom return me ð¢ pic.twitter.com/Q5qWnHWxTc — sachinðð (@imsachin100) May 28, 2019 And the street food is always better. for the same dish: Restaurant vs Street Food pic.twitter.com/dXF04PQDRk — Nilotpal (@BhartiNilotpal) May 29, 2019 From 100 to 500 real quick. Cab fare (At booking time vs After complete ride ) pic.twitter.com/UVuydzHMBz — Flying Arrow (@itsDipuva) May 29, 2019 Old Monk, ftw. Johnny Walker blue label vs Desi Tharra ð¹ð¹ pic.twitter.com/wd1AjdvVwW — JCB wala Junglee (@Junglee0007) May 29, 2019 Oops. Saturday night party contribution - Frnds vs me https://t.co/XARI0fFYHw — Deepak Pawar (@dsp1808) May 29, 2019 Always. Bank to me vs me to bank pic.twitter.com/JvbgAZhb8o — Chowkidar Nirav Modi (@niiravmodi) May 29, 2019 8th November, 2016. Kala dhan in real estate/gold vs kaala dhan in cash pic.twitter.com/oB82m5jEBk — Knight Watchman (@knightwatchman_) May 29, 2019
  17. On May 24th, people working in and around sector 18 of Cyber City got the shock of their lives, when they saw a woman standing on the edge of a five-storey building's terrace. According to reports and the videos and pictures people clicked, the woman was threatening to jump off the building. © for representation Turns out, it was the woman's office building, and she took this extreme step because she was upset that she was fired. Reportedly, she works at a private consultancy firm and was upset and sad that she wasn't confirmed after her probation period got over. When her colleagues heard about it, they rushed to the terrace and tried persuading her to come down. She threatened that she will jump off if the office management didn't hire her back as a permanent employee. In some pictures and video, there's a man who carefully approaches her and convinces her to come off the edge. © Twitter Inspector Vivek Kundu, SHO of Sector 18 police station told The Times Of India, "On May 24, when she got to know that the company was not hiring her as a permanent employee, following the end of her probation period, she threatened to kill herself." The woman came down only after the company assured to hire her back. According to the company manager, she wasn't hired after her probation because her performance wasn't satisfactory. However, according to the woman she was being punished for standing up against the management since "they did not have the proper environment for women empowerment." To all those people reading this story, threatening to kill oneself is not a solution to any problem. If someone is unhappy with your performance, prove them wrong with your hard work, instead of taking such extreme measures to get your job back. Please do not try to recreate what this woman did, this is not cool at all.
  18. This story is not going to be about some hard-hitting facts about some sport or a shocking revelation about an athlete's past. No, this story is about the essence of sports and how it transcends every limitation and restriction that bounds a person in his day to day life from achieving greatness. I am talking about a video that went viral on social media and for all the right reasons too. Uploaded on Twitter by @YoungBullBlade, the video shows his uncle standing in front of a basketball ring with a ball in his hands, in the family's backyard with his family members surrounding him with their cameras ready. So what was all the fuss about? Turns out the man was completely blind and it was his first attempt of trying to score a basket. With his nephews cheering him on, getting him hyped up about his first shot, this man looked ready to let that ball fly. “Shoot towards my voice, uncle. Right here. Right in front of you.” @YoungBullBlade said, to help his uncle get a sense of direction of where the ring was and without lingering on too much, the man released the ball which landed on the ring, hit the backboard and eventually sunk into the basket. At this point, the blind uncle found himself smiling ear to ear, surrounded by his family members jumping all around him, brimming with excitement and sheer love. My uncle blind y'all, and made a free throw on his first try pic.twitter.com/aHYSFmm9Ri — ä¹ã¥åáªä¹ ðª (@YoungBullBlade) May 28, 2019 And I know what you are thinking right now. “What's such a big deal with a blind man scoring a basket which is not even a part of competition?” To which I say this: It is not always about competing, or playing only to decide who wins or loses. Sure in the world we live in now, sports, like any other profession, has gotten itself an ugly face of aggression and ruthlessness but every once in a while, somewhere, in some corner of the world, something like this happens that reminds us of the true purpose of sports. Kudos to his family for making him feel so great about himself and allowing us the opportunity to get involved in celebrating his life
  19. The guru of romance and relationships, Karan Johar aka KJo is coming out with a brand new show, which will be all about love, on Netflix, and we can't wait to check it out. Known for his charm, wit, and for creating larger-than-life cinematic experiences, Karan Johar is back with something exciting for his fans and friends. Everyone's BFF, Karan is setting the stage to give love a new perspective and this time, it's without conjecture. 'What The Love? With Karan Johar', a one-of-a-kind dating reality show will be hosted by the man himself. Known for telling great love stories, Karan will be sharing his thoughts on love and relationships, but with an unexpected twist. Netflix Remember a time when dating shows were a thing in India? It was what drove huge amount of numbers towards actual reality TV and to recreate something similar right now is the need of the hour. Why, you ask? Well, because, dating and relationships have become so frivolous and rushed in the general, everyone wants to flee to see 'what's next', through a dating app. But maybe we all need a little 'old-school' 101 on romance and we can't think of anyone better than KJo himself, who, will in all probability, help couples figure out how to hold on to love rather than holding on to an escape plan instead! This is probably not how presents work but on the occasion of his birthday we've decided to gift ourselves a dating show hosted by @karanjohar. What The Love? With Karan Johar, coming to Netflix!@BBCStudiosIndia pic.twitter.com/edK73FeDrU — Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) 25 May 2019 Where there's chemistry, there's always a way! Can't wait to join the Netflix India family and spread a whole lotta love! @BBCStudiosIndia #BBCStudiosIndia #BBCProduction https://t.co/5wjAyHdP5N — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) 25 May 2019 Sharing Netflix's post, Johar wrote, “Where there's chemistry, there's always a way! Can't wait to join the Netflix India family and spread a whole lotta love! @BBCStudiosIndia #BBCStudiosIndia #BBCProduction.” Stay tuned to Netflix for more on 'What The Love? With Karan Johar'. The show is produced by BBC Studios India and promises to embrace love like never before.
  20. Over the last couple of years, OnePlus has managed to retain its growth and has been on a steady high, thanks to fast innovation and budget-friendly offerings for millennials. Among a number of things they did right, one of them was listening to the feedback and feature requests from their loyal OnePlus user community. Through various events, forums and Reddit sessions, the Shenzhen-based smartphone company first initiated a conversation on their existing operating system and worked towards the new OxygenOS. In a first, they have developed region-specific features on their OS. And considering that India is a big market for them, there are a number of India-specific features that were rolled out after their local R&D process in Hyderabad. These features aim to tick-off all the millennial must-haves in our smartphone. Below are a few best highlights of the India-specific and global features that users can experience with their new OxygenOS: Work-Life Balance OnePlus Today our smartphones are more than just a phone. They turn into a laptop complete with our emails and excel spreadsheets as and when required. They are our entertainment zone, complete with music players, gaming apps and video streaming apps. With such a diverse usage, it's important to categorise our apps and maintain a work-life balance that helps us switch off after that 9-5 job. And considering that's what the Indian users demanded, it says a lot about our struggle with maintaining a separate work life and personal life. Thanks to the new work-life balance feature in OxygenOS, we can segregate our app notifications to 'work' and 'life' mode with a simple switch. All we need to do is activate the work mode from 9 to 5 pm and switch back to the 'life' mode for the much-needed daily detox. Cricket Scores with ESPNCricinfo OnePlus We are a country obsessed with cricket, so it doesn't come as a shocker that most users wanted an easy-to-access cricket score box on their OnePlus shelf. The ESPNcricinfo is a go-to digital destination for all things cricket. With the World Cup around the corner, this new feature will help us access the scores of live and past matches along with the match schedules, all through a tap on our OnePlus shelf. Fnatic Mode OnePlus Next on the list was the ultimate gaming mode – a feature that ensures immersive and professional gaming experience. Fnatic is one of the most successful e-sport team in the world and now they've tied up with OnePlus, allowing users to enhance network and background performance for a better gaming experience. Zen Mode OnePlus Smartphone addiction is a serious issue. Whether we are on a date, family dinner or hanging out with friends, we often tend to scroll through our smartphones out of sheer habit. To help us deal with this budding addiction, the OxygenOS features a Zen mode that helps you take a 20-minute break from your smartphone. It locks all your apps, letting you only make calls or take pictures. And this is just the highlight; their other India-specific features include Caller Identification, Smart SMS app and OnePlus roaming that ensures you don't have to switch SIM cards while travelling abroad. Other global features that will roll out in the OnePlus 7 series include Screen Recorder that lets you record even if your phone's locked, plus there's a Screenshot editor and a Quick Reply for IM. Are you excited for the new Oneplus OxygenOS update?
  21. Our society may be divided into many cultures and people who follow different religions, but the common thread lies in the belief that humanity is the biggest religion. The holy month of Ramzan is going on right now and setting a beautiful example of communal harmony, the Shri Sita Ram temple in Ayodhya hosted an Iftar feast proving that the world is a better place when we have love in our heart. Also, this is not the first time this happened, and the priest of the temple explained that they plan on continuing this tradition in the future as well. Ayodhya's Shri Sita Ram temple hosts Iftar Read @ANI story | https://t.co/YYx8PpDVvk pic.twitter.com/xryYtXxuti — ANI Digital (@ani_digital) May 21, 2019 The picture went viral on social media for all the right reasons and left everyone in awe of this brotherhood. This is Hinduism.There is no boundary and no restrictions for anyone. https://t.co/voE48RmXB8 — Pankaj Pujari (@pankajpujari) May 21, 2019 This kind of cultural harmony brings colorful rainbow in our country, maybe this symbolise something for haters of unity. ð®ð³ðð https://t.co/Bxh7F6g8E4 — Ankur Lodhi Rajput (@AnkurLodhiRajp3) May 21, 2019 This is indiaaa ð®ð³â¤ https://t.co/nI12Xhlx5p — Mahi 彡 (@ImShanTanu29) May 21, 2019 Ayodhya has been a site of major political differences for a very long time, but the people there are proving that nothing can come in the way of love and peace.
  22. Jason Momoa aka Khal Drogo made his exit from 'Game of Thrones' over 9 years ago but you still feel his presence in spirit. From 'GOT' get-togethers to cheerleading for his 'Khaleesi', Momoa has never once taken a back seat from being an enthu-cutlet for the show. So, it was only obvious for fans to wait for his reaction towards the finale and he did join the party of disappointed fans, but only a bit late. Last night, Momoa went live on social media and got very furious when he saw his beloved Khaleesi dying. Jason Momoa had a very NSFW reaction to Dany's death in the 'Game of Thrones' finale 𤬠(via prideofgypsies | Instagram)pic.twitter.com/xQbV2TzkwT — Fandom (@getFANDOM) May 21, 2019 So he basically spoke for all of us since he was also like 'WTF just happened here'? JASON MOMOA IS SPEAKING FOR ALL GAME OF THRONES FANS pic.twitter.com/CqM3TsQ96n — Queen of the 7 kingdoms (@itsTrueDany) May 20, 2019 Momoa has been Emilia Clarke's biggest fan and they have been the 'moon of my moon' of each other for a very long time now. View this post on Instagram She's with her Khal now... ð ð #daenerystargaryen #khaldrogoandkhaleesi #gameofthrones @prideofgypsies @emilia_clarke A post shared by jennifairy731 (@jennifairy731) on May 20, 2019 at 1:47pm PDT Thanks Khal Drogo for letting our emotions have a voice like yours.
  23. 'Game of Thrones' is over and the fans are sharing their disappointment with the last season together online and people who never watched the show are probably trying to find something new to brag about not watching. Among all the memes and theories and fans just analyzing and over-analyzing all the things that didn't make sense, someone asked a simple question - how would one sum up the entire plot in one tweet? Can someone please explain the plot/story of the entire #GOT series in a single tweet? — Amy Cuddy (@amyjccuddy) May 20, 2019 Well, considering the huge number of important characters and so many different and interesting storylines, it seems like such an impossible thing. If eight seasons weren't enough for a satisfying conclusion to the series, it's pretty hard to sum it up in like 280 characters. But, people never disappoint and fans came through with some answers that were pretty spot on. The replies actually had so much range. Some were proper like this - The worst leaders believe they are good and right. The best know they are flawed and despite having imperfections visible to everyone, they persist. https://t.co/kFbhnrjHUj — Cameron Sadler ð (@RulesByCam) May 20, 2019 And some were basically - Porn with Swordfights. — Half Eaten Chicken Sandwich (@ChickenHalf) May 20, 2019 William Shatner gets it. Emphasis on the hot mess and a big disappointment. Craycray incestuous family rules 7 kingdoms. Baddies from the north invade so most put away their differences to fight together. After winning they go after the craycray Queen who didn't help them fight and everything ends up in a hot mess and a big disappointment. The end.ð https://t.co/IA9qHeJCLE — William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) May 20, 2019 Literally. The lone wolf dies, but the pack survives. Narrator: In the end, they all went their separate ways, never to see each other again. — joe bader (@jaderobe) May 20, 2019 Yep, exactly. Written by a computer programmed with the scripts of Dynasty, Lord Of The Rings and Jurassic Park https://t.co/LQBss7LEhI — ððð ðððððððð #ð£ðð­ð¢ ðªðº (@DoomlordVek) May 20, 2019 Bran the broken. Women never get exactly what they want no matter how hard they suffer, but the teenage boy who rolls his eyes and says "I told you so" totally does. #Gameofthrones — dr. sarah pressman (@sarahpressman) May 20, 2019 Pretty close. I boy is thrown out a window, turns into a bird then lands on a throne. — Aristotle Full Throttle (@AristotleDreher) May 20, 2019 Guess I'm lucky then? People with powerful ambition and poor impulse control explore the intersection of lust, greed, and fear. Lives and reputations were lost, painful wisdom was gained, and if you were really lucky, your favs just might end up back where they started. @bullypulpit_hq https://t.co/W3soxoFW7j — Ryan Lowy (@AJustConspiracy) May 20, 2019 This is the best one. In the end, they laughed at democracy and the electoral colleges chose Google Search to sit on the throne. #gameofThrones — Masti Lashkari (@mastilashkari) May 20, 2019 I like this as well. Boy is stark but not Girl killed Ice boy Tiny boy is funny Blonde girl is crazy Boy and girl collapsed upon Dragon die Dragon live Dragon die Doggo gone Doggo back Girl rules north Small boy bro pushes large boy bro out wall First boy die but not Boy breaks back, boy is king — Peronyx (@Peronyx2) May 20, 2019 Yep. Many die while (mostly rich) families fight over a throne some survivors later decide is pointless and a dead guy gets in the way for a season. — stephanie j gomulka (@gotmulka) May 20, 2019 BRB just need some time to stare at this. pic.twitter.com/EWY0JBrOUJ — Danny Phantomð (@zippettee) May 21, 2019 Exactly. ...but not before he sleeps with her! — TeenyTinyð¦ (@teenytinydino22) May 21, 2019
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    Version 4.4.3 is a small maintenance update to fix issues reported since 4.4.2. Additional Information Security Fixed an XSS concern deleting members in the AdminCP. Fixed an XSS concern managing Downloads versions from the changelog view. Fixed a minor XXE possibility in blog RSS imports. Core Upgraded CKEditor to 4.11.4. Updated LinkedIn login handler to use the LinkedIn v2 API. Improved performance when merging two comments with duplicated member reactions for large sites. Improved performance when working with edit history logs. Improved security of how passwords are handled in the code to decrease the likelihood of a password being included in an error log. Improved the display of the upgrader confirmation page. Improved performance of the latest activity stream shown on user profiles. Improved anonymous log in tracking to resolve an issue with "Since my last visit" activity streams Improved the UX configuring moderator permissions for clubs, including the ability to disable club-level moderators. Improved database error reporting in certain error situations. Improved performance of a 4.1.8 upgrader step. Changed AdminCP notifications for "A new member has completed registration" and "A member is flagged as a spammer" to show all applicable members grouped into a single notification, rather than a separate notification for each member. This change gives a significant performance improvement for sites which have lots of new registrations. Fixed multiple formatting concerns with custom profile fields. Fixed an issue where restoring soft-deleted content would throw an exception under specific circumstances ( e.g. when there was no record in the soft deletion log ). Fixed an issue where the member group restriction to require one piece of approved content before users can bypass content moderation was not correctly applied to posts made before registering. Fixed an issue where deleting a member's content and then deleting the member may result in the content not being removed. Fixed SVG images breaking when served through the built in image proxy. Fixed an issue with profile completion if you choose not to upload a profile photo. Fixed third party processor information not showing when users are forced to reaccept an updated privacy policy. Fixed the "Remove followers from uncommented content" setting not working. Fixed an issue where clicking to delete a member twice might result in all status updates being removed from the search index. Fixed an issue where copying content from one area with an attached image and pasting into another area may result in a broken image. Fixed an issue where allowing a user to moderate comments, but not items, would result in an error when using the multi-moderation menu. Fixed inability to edit profile fields by members if the field was not displayed on the profile. Fixed invalid HTML in the quick search form. Fixed an issue where a comment or post made before registering which requires moderator approval after the registration is completed may not update the container flag to indicate that comments within the container require approval. Fixed an error where the member view in the AdminCP may become broken if the member history for the user includes an old subscription group change and Commerce is not installed. Fixed an issue where broken letter photos may be displayed in emails. Fixed an issue with clean up tasks where they may try to delete a member that doesn't exist. Fixed an error that can occur if you double click the "unfollow" button quickly. Fixed autosaved content in the editor not clearing out when it was deleted within the editor. Fixed an issue where MFA while the login would send 3 'new device' emails to the member instead of only one. Fixed an issue where attachment links inserted into content may have a hard coded URL. Fixed an upgrade issue where custom file storage configurations in 3.x may not be preserved correctly when upgrading to 4.x. Fixed an uncaught exception when visiting a specifically malformed follow link. Fixed attachment bbcode tags not converting correctly when upgrading from version 2.0 or older. Fixed the About Me default custom field not showing on new installs. Fixed email statistic charts so they report more accurately. Fixed issues with performing advanced member searches in the AdminCP when multi-select custom profile fields are present. Fixed a minor inconsistency with group name formatting. Fixed an issue rebuilding certain meta data in Elasticsearch. Fixed an issue where items and comments queued for deletion or submitted by a guest prior to registration are returned via the REST API. Fixed an error when searching a specific search string. Fixed a possible error that can occur during login when using the post before register feature. Fixed the Notification Settings form in the Admin CP so that it can save properly. Fixed an issue where Login Handlers were shown out of order. Fixed an issue where the canonical link HTML tag may include unnecessary query string parameters (i.e. filters). Fixed an issue where AdminCP settings search results were not always highlighted when clicked on. Fixed an issue where the pagination for comment and review areas wouldn't link directly to the comments area when Javascript is disabled. Fixed an issue where content item and comment widgets would show content from not specified categories. Fixed an issue where editor auto saved content may not be removed. Fixed an issue where some content may not show a report link. Removed the hide signatures toggles from guests when they are able to see signatures. Prevented search engine spiders from following the cookie notice dismissal link. Removed poll votes from showing in the All Activity stream. Removed ability to copy theme settings. Removed the unread indicator in several widgets because it can't be used there because of the widget cache. Removed the ability to toggle cover photos in clubs list when no image was uploaded. Fixed an issue where the support tool could incorrectly report undiagnosed problems. Fixed missing images when lazy loading is enabled in several areas. Fixed an HTML validation issue with mini-pagination next to multi-page content item titles. Fixed an uncaught exception which is thrown by the Admin Notification System. Fixed member validation display issue in ACP notifications page while mobile. Fixed attachments being added to an editor which has attachments disabled. Fixed an issue where a display name sync error may be displayed on the AdminCP member profile. Fixed two language strings where countries have changed their names: Macedonia is now North Macedonia and Swaziland is now Eswatini. Fixed some broken messenger related links. Core - Clubs Fixed "Clubs" tab showing when splitting content even if clubs are disabled. Fixed display issue with club tabs on mobile devices Removed ability to reorder club tabs on mobile devices Forums Fixed a duplicated error code in the topics REST API endpoints. Fixed images used in forum rules not displaying when image lazy loading is enabled. Fixed a potential upgrade error when reformatting forum rules during the 4.0.0 upgrade routine. Commerce Added an additional subtotal language phrase to the cart summary for localization flexibility. Improved legacy parser to potentially allow conversions of tables in content. Changed renewal terms to not allow $0 renewals. Fixed an error occurring submitting new tickets when read/write database separation is enabled. Fixed an issue where up/downgrading a purchase could result in an error or the expiry date changing incorrectly. Fixed an issue where a cancelled subscription may still generate a renewal invoice (and subsequently charge the user). Fixed tax class being lost with renewal terms in some cases. Fixed an issue where images may not show in printable invoices if lazyload is enabled. Fixed support stream date-based filters producing incorrect results. Fixed stock action text not defaulting in the form when creating a new ticket from the AdminCP if you do not use a signature. Fixed an issue where the password field on the store checkout form might disappear if using Chrome's password autofill feature. Fixed an issue where invoices may not have a billing address set when one is available. Fixed an issue where a template error may be thrown for non-recurring subscriptions. Fixed a missing language string if you had servers configured prior to upgrading to 4.4. Fixed adding a custom package to an invoice. Fixed an exception being logged when rebuilding the search index if any custom packages have been created. Fixed the PayPal Billing Agreements radio element not showing selected if BAs are enabled. Fixed an issue where files uploaded to a custom field may not be downloadable. Removed a stray HTML end tag. Restored Braintree gateway option. Included a disclaimer about qualification process. Pages Fixed an issue where cloning a custom field would result in a database error. Fixed an issue on the media page where the "File Overview" Tab was not set as activated and also not clickable when one or more files from the file list were selected. Added last modified date to database category and record sitemaps. Gallery Changed the reputation type flag for album comments and reviews to resolve bugs where the reputation may be mistakingly treated as if it belongs to an image comment or review. Fixed an issue submitting images to an album if the category requires moderator approval. Fixed an error that can occur when downloading the original image in Gallery if the original image is missing on disk by forcing the largest available size to download instead. Fixed image lazy loading not working correctly in category rules, descriptions and custom error messages. Fixed the submission dialog box potentially showing an incorrect dialog title. Fixed an issue where uploaded videos could not be played in the lightbox. Fixed editor showing twice for each image during submission. Downloads Added a group setting that will allow users to bypass download restrictions when downloading a file that's been purchased. Added the ability to shut off version numbers per-category. Improved the header styling on the homepage. Improved performance, especially of the index page. Reduced top spacing (margin) of the sidebar when viewing the index page. Fixed an issue where custom fields may show out of order. Blog Fixed an issue where the previous and next link under the blog entry could link to hidden or soft deleted entries. Fixed some minor UI issues with the "Blogs" widget. Calendar Added an option to prevent edits and RSVPs for events that have passed. REST & OAuth Fixed the search REST API endpoint. Converters Improved vBulletin archive redirects. Improved vBulletin blog conversions to retain the date the blog or blog entry was followed. Fixed an issue where converted members won't be marked as completed. Fixed an issue when trying to convert from a platform with converters for apps that are not installed. Fixed an issue where PM replies may be duplicated when converting from vBulletin. Fixed an issue with converting comments from Vanilla. Upgrader Fixed an edge case issue where some legacy customers may be unable to use the AdminCP upgrader. Changes affecting third-party developers and designers Backwards-incompatible changes that may affect third party applications / plugins: Methods that handle passwords in login handlers (authenticateUsernamePassword(), authenticatePasswordForMember(), changePassword()) now receive an object which can be cast to a string, rather than a normal string, for the password. This reduces the likelihood of a password being included in an error log. The onPassChange MemberSync callback now receives an object which can be cast to a string, rather than a normal string, for the password. This reduces the likelihood of a password being included in an error log. Enhancements / fixes for developers: Added a new constant \IPS\DEV_LOG_HEADERS which allows you to log all headers being sent during responses. Better abstracted code that dynamically builds class paths for areas that are no longer using iterators. Improved some extension skeleton files to not cause a ParseError once the extension is created. Fixed color fields not initializing for new rows added in a manageable matrix. Fixes that only affect developer mode or third party apps/plugins: Fixed some functions not being called from the root namespace and throwing warnings when in developer mode. Fixed an undefined index loading form to add a new hosting server in Commerce. Code-level fixes that may have been causing bugs in third party apps/plugins: Added code comments to all of the default constant values in init.php explaining what they all do. Ensured all default wizard instances are cast as a string before being sent to the output handler. Fixed an issue when pluralization and sprintf functionality is used together and the placeholder is used in the pluralized string. Fixed an issue with post before register where it was assumed content items would have a container. Fixed an exception when post before registering is checked against a content item that supports reviews but not comments. Fixed some ambiguous column concerns with the \IPS\Content\Item::_comments() method. Fixed an issue editing titles via Ajax when the item class does not use containers. Fixed an issue where the release date may not show correctly for third party plugins or themes. Fixed some functions not being called from the root namespace and throwing an IN_DEV warning. Fixed the widget configuration form being called twice which may result in some form elements duplicating. Improved some extension skeleton files to not cause a ParseError once the extension is created.
  25. If you're a talk show fan or a lover of intense yet enlightening celebrity chats, then 'The Late Show With David Letterman' is probably already on your favourite list. For the uninitiated, David Letterman is one of the most famous TV host, producer and writer in America and his show is one of the most successful running conversational shows in TV history. He's interviewed many famed personalities from Barack Obama to George Clooney, and the latest celebrity who is going to spill some beans on his life and career is none other than the King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan. View this post on Instagram This Friday, April 6, Dave sits down with JAY-Z. Only on @Netflix. A post shared by David Letterman (@letterman) on Apr 3, 2018 at 6:33am PDT SRK is a self-proclaimed fan of David Letterman and recently flew down to the US to shoot for a special episode with the host. “I've watched David Letterman's late-night talk show for years and I'm a huge fan of his style of interviewing. I'm thrilled and honoured to share my story with him. That this is on Netflix is even more special – I'm working with the team on various projects and it's always been exciting partnering with them”, he said. No more footprints...this is The Abominable Snowman!! Before BatMan & SpiderMan, there is Mr. LetterMan @Letterman Thx for ur generosity. Had 2 much fun being interviewed.Not becos it was about me but becos u were kind enough to make me feel I can be me. U r an inspiration sir. pic.twitter.com/8MkFpWJ0WK — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) May 17, 2019 This is a wonderful time for Indian cinema stars to put the country on the global map and SRK appearing on this special episode has left his fans feeling way too excited. So so so proud feeling for out baadshah khan. He is pride of our country, keep shining king khan #SRKonLettermanShow pic.twitter.com/CC5cw9ed3O — FATIMA (@SRK_ANU_) May 17, 2019 Presenting our country globally ð SRK we are proud of you #SRKonLettermanShow pic.twitter.com/WzRDv5Zt34 — What's Next ? (@SRK_actor) May 17, 2019 @iamsrk Is a Bollywood Icon- one Of D Most Famous People In D World Nd Also One Richest Actors In D World...ð My LOVEEE @iamsrk â¤#SRKonLettermanShow pic.twitter.com/bruMIb5mdK — Lizaa khan Srk (@Mastani4423509) May 17, 2019 David himself is elated to interview the 'Badshah' and had some warm words to describe the interview, “the best part of this job that Netflix has been happy to provide for me is to meet people. And after each one of these sessions I think to myself, it is a very smart, very lovely person from whom I have learned things. You would maybe be at the top of that list.” View this post on Instagram Even more great conversation is on its way. @iamsrk will sit down with Dave in a new special for @netflix, coming soon. A post shared by David Letterman (@letterman) on May 16, 2019 at 9:30pm PDT This is a new benchmark for Indian celebrities to be on a coveted show like this and Shah Rukh justifies the choice. With over 80 movies in his kitty, he enjoys an enviable amount of global fan following and is probably the most famous Bollywood actor in the world. The special episode will air on Netflix soon.
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