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  1. Well, folks, itâs time we stop looking for fitness inspiration from Bollywood celebrities as Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared his fitness routine on Twitter. What more do we need for a fitness motivation on Monday? At 69 years of age, PM Modi keeps it going strong and in fact, gives a real tough competition to all the youngsters in the country. Sharing some of his Yoga videos on his Twitter account, he wrote, âDuring yesterdayâs Mann Ki Baat, someone asked me about my fitness routine during this time. Hence, thought of sharing these Yoga videos. I hope you also begin practising Yoga regularly.â During yesterdayâs #MannKiBaat, someone asked me about my fitness routine during this time. Hence, thought of sharing these Yoga videos. I hope you also begin practising Yoga regularly. https://t.co/Ptzxb7R8dN â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 30, 2020 Giving a sneak peek at his every day fitness regime, the Prime Minister shared some cool 3D animated Yoga videos of him for his followers. In another tweet, he wrote, âI am neither a fitness expert nor a medical expert. Practising Yoga has been an integral part of my life for many years and I have found it beneficial. I am sure many of you also have other ways of remaining fit, which you also must share with others.â I am neither a fitness expert nor a medical expert. Practising Yoga has been an integral part of my life for many years and I have found it beneficial. I am sure many of you also have other ways of remaining fit, which you also must share with others. â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 30, 2020 Besides, the videos are also available in different languages, he added. The Yoga videos are available in different languages. Do have a look. Happy Yoga practicing.... https://t.co/QAJM0UooRm â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 30, 2020 People on social media had mixed reactions to his post. Check out some of the reactions here यà¥à¤ हॠतॠरà¥à¤ नहà¥à¤ ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/IiPvnUTT6Y pic.twitter.com/pzcQ2JiDzX â K.N. Srivastava (@Karunanidhisri2) March 30, 2020Shaandaar ð®ð³ â Jyoti Pandey (@JyotiGOfficial) March 30, 2020 Sir, Your fitness is an inspiration for many people.Which gives you full energy to serve people tirelessly 24*7. You have always said that focus on fitness and never say Alvida to good health. This yoga video of yours will help many people during lockdown to improve their health â NishantSð®ð³ (@nishants79) March 30, 2020 Sir I have not stepped out from my house from last Sunday, have already ran 200 kms inside my house in last , 7 day's..my father is diabetic , kidney patient & heart patient ensuring he is also waking Inside the House. â shajan samuel (@IamShajanSamuel) March 30, 2020 These videos are animated.Where are your original videos Mr. PM ? â Mukesh Kumar (@mailtomukesh) March 30, 2020 PM Modi encouraged people to join his cause of remaining fit and practice Yoga during the lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus. To contain the spread, he has announced a country-wide lockdown till April 14. According to the news reports, on Sunday the Day 5 of a 21-day lockdown, the total coronavirus cases rose to 1024 in the country with 27 deaths. While we continue staying in quarantine, it is important to keep mentally and physically fit. So in case you have been waiting for some more motivation to get up from that bed, this is your cue. View the full article
  2. While POCO, as a brand, made a comeback with the POCO X2, it wasn't the flagship that we all had been waiting for. However, now it looks like the POCO F2 is happening after all. If the report by the folks at XDA Developers is something to go by, then Xiaomi's new Redmi K30 Pro may debut as the POCO F2 in India. Obviously, there's no official confirmation from POCO themselves, but XDA has uncovered some codes from the MIUI camera app which suggests that the Redmi K30 Pro may launch in India under the POCO brand. © Xiaomi One of the XDA members dug deep inside the camera code and found that Redmi K30 Pro also displays the watermark âSHOT ON POCO PHONEâ. Yes, it looks like the phones contain the string "SHOT ON POCO Phone". This makes us believe that the Redmi K30 Pro may have POCO branding in India. Honestly, this isn't all that surprising because the Redmi K30 4G was launched as the POCO X2 in India. And the fact that the Redmi K30 Pro has "Pro" flagship specs, it may land as the true successor to the legendary POCO F1. © Xiaomi In case you're wondering, the Redmi K30 Pro sports a Snapdragon 865 SoC and it's coupled with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. In terms of the camera, it has a triple-camera setup which includes a 64MP primary sensor. In addition to all this, the Redmi K30 Pro has a lot going for it, so it'll be interesting to see if it makes its way to India as the POCO F2. Source: XDA Developers View the full article
  3. Amid the Coronavirus outbreak and the dismally increasing patients in the country, the Railways Ministry has suspended all railway operations across the country till March 31. Also, all the passenger trains finishing their journeys will be terminated at the point and further all scheduled trips will be cancelled. © BCCL Minister of Railways of India, Piyush Goyal, took to Twitter saying, âStrengthening precautions against COVID-19, Railways has decided that no passenger train will run up to 31st March. Let us work together as #IndiaFightsCoronaâ Check out the post here- Strengthening precautions against COVID-19, Railways has decided that no passenger train will run up to 31st March. Let us work together as #IndiaFightsCorona pic.twitter.com/374b0V5sD3 â Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) March 22, 2020The Coronavirus cases in India are rapidly growing and have crossed 370 patients, so far, within the last few days. The brainchild behind this move is to promote social distancing and fight against the Coronavirus outbreak. The government is encouraging people to stay at home along with taking all preventive measures suggested by the worldâs scientists. © BCCL The post has garnered over 8.6K likes and over 3K re-tweets on the internet. Hereâs what people have to say about this. Read carefully! This decision must be respected. It will be difficult but do it! I am from Paris area, I am at home since last monday..today Sunday 21st....nothing outside good pic.twitter.com/LZ2D982zsU â Amadeus (@amadeus941) March 22, 2020True⦠If done 3 days back would have prevented spread. Still very good decision â S.Ranganathan (@rangats) March 22, 2020 We agree. Good decision sir !! â Prashant Rastogi (@prastogi1980) March 22, 2020 Indeed. Good step against corona war â atul1971 (@atul19712) March 22, 2020 On point. Most desired steps.Only leaders like you and our PM can take such bold https://t.co/3ZbXfDxzfG will go a long way in protecting our country and whole mankind.Long live our leaders like you and Modiji â S C Singhal (@SCSinghal3) March 22, 2020 Yes! good â mohammedwaseem (@inspiring_95) March 22, 2020 As per the Railway Ministry, a few suburban services including Kolkata Metro will run till March 22 midnight and will further be discontinued till March 31. However, trains that are already on their journey will run up to their destinations. "Adequate arrangements shall be made for the passengers, who have commenced their journey during the travel and at their destinations," the statement issued by the Railways Ministry said. © BCCL It also said, "Adequate arrangements shall be made to facilitate hassle-free refund to passengers affected by train cancellations.â We hope all citizens will abide by the government initiatives and stay indoors to join the fight against COVID-19. View the full article
  4. A sequel to a movie is coming 34 freaking years after the first one, and people literally can't wait to watch it. Now, that's how you know you made one of the most iconic movies ever. In case it wasn't clear, this is about the Top Gun sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. Of course, it wouldn't be a Top Gun movie without Tom Cruise, and in this movie, Maverick will be training a group of Top Gun graduates for a unique specialized mission. That's all exciting and stuff, but the most exciting part seems to be the fact that Tom Cruise claims that no movie will ever be made like Maverick again. Since it's 30 years in the making, something needed to be done to set it apart. Talking about his discussions with Jerry Bruckheimer, the producer, Tom Cruise said, "We just started talking. And I realized that there were things that we could accomplish cinematically." He added, "And I started getting excited about this big challenge of, 'How do we do it?' So I said to Jerry, I'll do it if... meaning, I'm not going to do the CGI stuff." Basically, all the cool aerial fight scenes we'll see in the movie were done for real and if anyone could've made that happen, it's Tom Cruise. Cruise goes on to highlight what stands out: "You donât know how hard this movie is going to be. No oneâs ever done this before. Thereâs never been an aerial sequence shot this way. I donât know if there ever will be again, to be honest." Since Maverick is a special character for Tom Cruise, his dedication to Top Gun doesn't seem surprising. In fact, apparently, he himself paid for his co-star Glenn Powell's pilot training. Comparing Maverick to the first movie, Jerry Bruckheimer said, "What's different about this movie is that [in the original Top Gun] we put the actors in the F-14s and we couldn't use one frame of it, except [for] some stuff on Tom, because they all threw up." He added, "It's hysterical to see their eyes roll back in their heads. So everything was done on a gimbal. But in this movie, Tom wanted to make sure the actors could actually be in the F-18s." The movie is set to release on June 24th and hopefully it won't get delayed since June is still far away. We really hope that we have a cure for the Coronavirus by then and don't have to wait longer to see these badass never-seen-before air fights. View the full article
  5. 'If patients diagnosed with coronavirus are kept together, the pandemic doesn't spread,' says the Punjab health minister
  6. Temporary travel restriction made effective immediately; UAE, GCC nationals and diplomatic passport holders exempt
  7. Ever since its outbreak in Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China's Hubei province, Coronavirus has turned into a global pandemic. As of today, a total of 1,34,918 cases of COVID-19 have emerged across the globe, claiming the lives of 4,989 individuals. Owing to the contagion and unavailability of vaccine or specific antiviral treatment, the fast-spreading virus, similar to influenza, has led to travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews in numerous countries. The epidemic has also handed a major blow to the sporting world, with numerous tournaments and events across sports being either played behind closed doors, getting postponed or cancelled. The situation in India might not be as severe as it is in countries like China and Italy, but the fact that the tally of patients in the country has risen to 80 and claiming one life so far has left the citizens on the edge. As the infection continues to spread its tentacles in the country, the state governments and Union territories continue to take preventive measures to contain the threat. © Twitter/@IPL The threat of the global pandemic has also raised several questions on the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), one of the biggest and most popular Twenty20 (T20) tournaments in the world. With the tournament scheduled to begin from March 29, the fate of the competition's 2020 season will be decided by the IPL Governing Council during its much-anticipated meeting on March 14. But, while the IPL organisers continue to explore viable options ahead of the Governing Council's pivotal meeting, the Delhi government has handed the country's cash-rich a severe blow. Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister has said no to hosting any IPL matches in the national capital amid Coronavirus outbreak this season. "We have decided to ban any sports activity where people will gather in huge numbers like IPL. Social distancing is important to curb the breakout of Coronavirus," Sisodia said during a press conference. No seminars, conferences or any big event with the number of people beyond 200 will be allowed in Delhi, Sisodia added. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain confirmed that the Delhi government plans to keep the directives in place for at least a month. Sports gatherings including IPL prohibited in Delhi pic.twitter.com/ALLf7J1NUo â Satyendar Jain (@SatyendarJain) March 13, 2020 Citing the example of South Korea, where as many as 30 people had to be quarantined before the social gathering was allowed, Sisodia said: "The 31st person later spread the virus to 10,000 people. In Delhi, we are trying all means to prevent this. At this time, the biggest solution is social distancing". Meanwhile, the Ministry of External Affairs recently advised against hosting the 13th edition of the IPL amid the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. "I think it is for the organizers to decide whether to go ahead with it or not. Our advice would be to not do it at this time but if they want to go ahead, it is their decision," MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Also, the Maharashtra government has banned the sale of tickets for the matches in the state while the Punjab government has given the same directive. The Rajasthan government, on the other hand, is edging towards following the footsteps of Delhi and ban IPL matches totally. View the full article
  8. Gen Bajwa presides over a Corps Commanders Conference to discuss emerging situation with regards to COVID-19 and the preventive measures taken by the Pakistan Army
  9. Storage technology has come a long way from the bulky HDD (hard disk drive) we used to carry with us for storing all our data. Portable SSDs are the next big thing in storage technology as they are much smaller, lightweight and way faster in transferring data than traditional hard drives. Portable SSDs are considerably more expensive but they do tend to save you a lot of time and money in the long run. Portable SSDs are less susceptible to damages as they don't not use a rotating disk and some even have comprehensive security features to keep all of your data safe. Hereâs a list of the top portable SSDs you can buy in India: 1. Samsung T5 Portable SSD © BCCL Samsung makes some of the best SSDs in the world and the same can be said about their portable SSDs too. This particular model comes in storage options of up to 2TB and delivers data transfer speeds of 540 MB/s. It is at par with some internal SATA SSDs and is considerably faster than traditional HDDs. It also comes with added security where you can set your own password to access the contents of the SSD. 2. SanDisk Extreme © YouTube If you are always on the move or like to use an SSD in environments other than an office, this portable SSD by SanDisk is your best best. It has a shockproof housing and is also IP55 rated for water resistance In terms of data transfer speeds, it can reach speeds of up to 550MB/S and also comes with a ring so that you can attach it to your backpack. 3. Samsung T7 Touch © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Samsungâs latest portable SSD T7 Touch comes with an in-built fingerprint reader for better security and double the transfer speeds of the T5 portable. It is capable of reaching transfer speeds of 1GB/S and is thinner than the T5 SSD. It is also shock resistant where the internal frame lets the T7 Touch withstand falls from up to 2 meters. 4. ADATA SD600Q © ADATA The ADATA SD 600Q comes with a military-grade frame that protects the SSD from major drops higher than 2 meters. It weighs only 60g as the casing is made out of shock-absorbing silicone. It has transfer speeds of up to 440 MB/s and is perfect for photographers who are always out in the field. 5. Seagate Fast SSD © BCCL Seagateâs portable SSD doesnât really look much portable because of its size but it can deliver transfer speeds of up to 540MB/s. It comes in storage options of up to 2TB and comes with all the necessary cables in the box. The portable SSD also comes with a folder syncing software where it can mirror your files and folders onto your computer, provided you have an internet connection. View the full article
  10. Bad breath is a big put off despite being something all of us experience after waking up every morning. © Getty Images But what's worse is having a bad stench in the middle of the day in a work environment or going on a date with a bad stench. One assumes, that the morning brushing ritual is enough to tackle bad breath, but it's always not the case. So, here's the thing: if you're dealing with a bad case of bad breath, here's what you can do about it. 1. Always Carry Mints © Getty Images Handy mints are so easy to carry around. This is especially helpful because you can pop up one whenever you feel the need to. They're good at refreshing your mouth in the middle of the night or right before a party after work. 2. Don't Forget A Handy Mouthwash © Getty Images A handy mouthwash will be your top gun in your arsenal against bad stench throughout the day. In times of emergency, you can just use the mouthwash, to be certain of doing the job that sometimes mints may not be enough to tackle. 3. Replace Your Toothbrush Quarterly © Getty Images This makes sure that you're giving your teeth effective cleansing. Worn-out toothbrushes have bent bristles that aren't sharp enough to go into the crevices to get the food residue out. 4. Add Floss To Your Brushing Routine © Getty Images For the gunk stuck between your teeth that the brush can't reach, floss is enough to get it out. This gunk is sometimes responsible for the morning stench. In fact, using floss regularly also prevents cavities. 5. Never Forget To Drink WaterIf you have a party to go to, set a reminder on your phone that reminds you to drink water hourly. Drinking water helps with hangovers for the next day and lessens the chances of alcoholic breath. View the full article
  11. Yes, nearly every Intel chipset released after 2015, that is, in the past five years contains a vulnerability that could allow hackers to gain deep access to your computers. This particular issue was brought to light by the security firm Positive Technologies. Essentially what's happening is that whenever you boot your computer that's running on Intel chipset, the security measures within the CPU's Converged Security and Management Engine (CSME) aren't being executed properly. These security measures are in place to lock down the computer's memory and prevent hackers from modifying it. © Reuters According to the folks over at Positive Technologies, there's a brief moment between booting the computer and when protections within the CSME execute. That window is enough for hackers to execute a malicious code and get deep access to your computer. That, however, isn't even the worst part. According to the folks over at Ars Technica, it looks like the flaw cannot be fixed with a firmware update because it's hard-coded into the silicon itself. Yeah, it's just as scary as it sounds. So What Can You Do? © Reuters As scary as the vulnerability sounds, it's worth pointing out that exploiting it will require physical access to your computer. Also, it's not something that an average scammer can do. Exploiting a system through this vulnerability will require a significant amount of knowledge, and it's not something that can be done via a phishing link. Long story short, you, as an average user, are probably safe and don't have to worry about this much. It looks like Intel is aware of this particular issue and it says that the users must keep their system up to date at all times. We'll definitely be reporting more on this as we hear from Intel. Source: Positive Technologies View the full article
  12. As coronavirus continues to strengthen its grip over the planet, people across the world are panicking over who is going to be the next target of this deadly virus outbreak. However, amidst the chaos and rumours about coronavirus, people on social media are sharing stories that act like a silver lining and give hope that not everything is lost. One such story is narrated in this picture of an 87-year-old patient, which is both heartwarming and heartbreaking. © BCCL The picture was taken outside Wuhan University hospital, where a 20-something doctor from Shanghai and an 87-year-old coronavirus aka COVID-19 patient were seen enjoying the sunset together. This heartwarming picture was shared by a Twitter user Chenchen Zhang. According to her post, the patient has been hospitalised for a month and was being taken for a CT scan when he requested the doctor to stop and watch the sunset. She wrote, "Wuhan Uni hospital. A twenty-something doctor from Shanghai was taking a 87yo patient who'd been hospitalised for a month to take a CT scan. He asked if he wanted to stop to watch the sunset. He said yes. They enjoyed the moment together." Wuhan Uni hospital. A twenty-something doctor from Shanghai was taking a 87yo patient who'd been hospitalised for a month to take a CT scan. He asked if he wanted to stop to watch the sunset. He said yes. They enjoyed the moment together. pic.twitter.com/4nzqLZLLGE â Chenchen Zhang (@chenchenzh) March 5, 2020This post has touched many hearts on social media as people continue to shower love on her tweet and the emotional moment the doctor and his patient enjoyed. Thank you for being a bridge â BELIEN & LOEFFLER (@BELIEN_LOEFFLER) March 6, 2020This is possibly the most iconic photo of this #coronavirus #COVID19 outbreak that we will see IMO. â PaulGodsmark (@PaulGodsmark) March 6, 2020Letâs be human for once! Still cool â Evað³ð¬ð§ (@EvaJiangBa) March 5, 2020Patient Enjoying #sunset in #Wuhan. The 87 year old patient has been hospitalized for nearly a month due to #COVIDã¼19. He had not seen the sunset for a long time, this is perhaps one of the most memorable and inspiring moments in this #coronavirus epidemic. pic.twitter.com/qHF5KEPjZv â rama sharkas (@RamaSharkas) March 6, 2020An 87-year-old patient and a 20-year-old nurse finally see sunset on the way to CT scan after staying in hospital for more than a month. The fight with virus should be over soon.#coronavirus pic.twitter.com/abAl99fPJv â Tao Sun (@TaoSunStanford) March 6, 2020The 87-year old patient stayed in Wu Han hospital for nearly a month, haven't see the sunset since then. On his way to do the Ct scan, his young doctor Kai Liu stopped and they watched the sunset together. Another touching moment during the Coronavirus. #COVIDã¼19 pic.twitter.com/NyYrqObiIA â BearBig (@bearbig) March 7, 2020 View the full article
  13. If you are an avid follower of cricket, you must have seen Raman Bhanot's face or heard his name ahead of or in between important matches, analysing and assessing the way the two teams are playing the game of bat and ball. However, the broadcast expert, whose career has spanned over 20 phenomenal years, isn't only restricted to cricket. Over the years, Bhanot has lent his voice in decoding multiple sports from football to hockey and even motorsport. Now the veteran has taken a massive step towards going international, as he is the voice of the Hindi commentary broadcast on the Olympic Channel, for the boxing road to Tokyo 2020, Asian Oceania Qualifiers being broadcast live from 3rd to 11th March 2020. We got in touch with Bhanot to know more about his expectations from the 2020 edition of the quadrennial tournament and what this moment of his life means to him. “It's a matter of great pride for me to be the first Indian who is the voice of the hindi broadcast that is going out on the 'Olympic Channel',” he says. “Having spent over 20 years covering multiple sports for leading channels in the country, it is now a step up into the international broadcast arena with this assignment with OBS in Madrid," he added. © Twitter “People recognize me from a cricket match analysis show I used to host for over a decade, but I have covered a variety of sports – from Football to Hockey, Tennis, Basketball, Motorsport and of course events like CWG, Asian Games & the Olympics," Bhanot said. Bhanot covered his very first Summer Olympics exactly two decades ago when he was assigned the 2000 Games in Sydney and ever since he has been a part of each and every one of them. “When you cover a multi sport event like the Olympics, it is much more than just watching some of the best sportspersons in the world winning medals. It is about acknowledging the stories of human triumph against all odds, and achievements that highlight the perseverance of the human spirit,” Bhanot says. © Twitter When asked about his greatest memory from covering the numerous athletic wonders over the five Olympics, this is what he said: “For me, from an international perspective, the most memorable moment has been Anthony Ervin's Gold in Sydney 2000, when he was just 19 years old and then his comeback Gold medal winning 50m swim, after a gap of 16 years, at the RIO Olympics.” “From an Indian perspective, I would rate Leander Paes winning the Bronze at Atlanta in 1996 as a watershed moment for India in the Olympics, because we won an Olympic Medal in an individual event after 44 years. And since that edition, we have won an Olympic medal in an individual event at each of the following Olympics till date,” he remembers. Ever since PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik created history with their respective medals at the Rio Olympics back in 2016 despite the Indian contingent's overall disappointing outing, the hope for a better performance has been building up. Athletes in other sports have been delivering at a high level and could be seen with a podium finish by the end of the grand event. “I have a lot of hopes from the Indian shooters. We have a record number of Indian shooters who have qualified for the 2020 Olympics,” he says. “There are some quality shooters in the age group of 17-19 years like Saurabh Choudhary, Manu Bhaker, Aishwarya Tomar, Divyansh Panwar who have done exceedingly well at international events. They bring a sense of fearlessness in their approach and that could be their biggest asset. Boxing could be another event where India can do well at the upcoming Games.” Having said all of that, one of the biggest issues that currently looms over the Tokyo Games and every single participant is the danger of coronavirus. The highly contagious and increasingly deadly virus has already disrupted multiple sporting events from around the world and chances are that the Olympics might face the problem as well. It's going to be so disappointing if the Olympics get canceled because of the Corona Virus... #Olympics2020 #CoronavirusOutbreak pic.twitter.com/FXBzXRA9Oy — Bryant (@BigBadBariBoi) February 27, 2020 “As far as travelling for this assignment was concerned, the OBS paperwork was sealed well before the CoviD scare assumed the proportion is now! But this is work so it's got to be done,” he exclaimed. “You just have to be sensible and practice necessary precautions,” he added. “As far as the impact on the organizing of Tokyo 2020 Olympics is concerned, I am sure a clearer picture will emerge in a couple of months from now,” Bhanot signs off. View the full article
  14. Out of action since India lost to New Zealand in the semi-final of the ICC World Cup 2019, the former captain of the Men in Blue, Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be making a comeback to the game of cricket when he leads Chennai Super Kings (CSK) into the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) from Mach 29. A solid defence to start the proceedings as his name echoes. #WhistlePodu #ChinnaThala #SuperGrind pic.twitter.com/Ik7DwHRdJT â Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 3, 2020 Second only Rohit Sharma as the most successful captain in the Indian T20 league, with three championships under his belt, Dhoni, almost made it to the top last year had it not been the brilliance of Mumbai Indians veteran, Lasith Malinga who bowled a slower ball as the final delivery. As a former skipper and one of the leading cricketers of the league, Dhoni has achieved a family status with the city of Chennai. They call him âThalaâ and give him a kingâs welcome every year he returns for the tournament. ROAR your whistles loud and clear𥳠Thala MS Dhoni is back in action after a long wait of 264 days! #WhistlePodu #Yellove @ChennaiIPL pic.twitter.com/jCuoKo6ca5 â Whistle Podu Army ® - CSK Fan Club (@CSKFansOfficial) March 2, 2020 In an interview with Star Sports, Dhoni spoke about how the city and the franchise has kept his feet on the ground despite all the success that he has had in the yellow jersey. "This journey started in 2008, CSK has helped me improve in everything whether it was being a human being or being a cricketer, handling situations that are tough both in and out of the field and how to be humble once you are doing well," Dhoni said. He also touched upon why the CSK fans refer to him as âThalaâ: "'Thala' basically means brother, so for me, it's more the abstract of the fans, the love and affection towards me is the reflection of that. Whenever I am in Chennai or down South they never call me by my name they address me as 'Thala' and the moment someone calls me Thala they are showing their love and respect but at the same time he is a CSK fan," he added. Once Dhoni teams up with Sharma and Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli in the IPL All-Star game on March 25, the âWhistle Poduâ army will take on their legacy rival in Mumbai Indians in the season opener at the Wankhede stadium. #IPL2020 All Star match likely to be held on March 26th. First team from North & East : KXIP, RR, DC and KKR Second team from South & West : CSK, MI, SRH and RCB MSD, Kohli and Hitman in one team. Who will lead? â VIVO IPL 2020 (@IPLCricket) January 28, 2020 As far as the 38-year-oldâs form with the bat and his athleticism behind the wicket is concerned, Mahi might take a couple of games to shake the rust off but he continues to remain one of the fittest athletes to play for the senior team ever and he will get back to his usual self. Former Indian batting coach, Sanjay Bangar also feels that the wicket-keeper batsman would need to play a few knocks before he gets his rhythm back: "It is tough to find the rhythm initially but it can also be a huge advantage because when you are playing international cricket, the amount of pressure that you are under, you sort of get into a tunnel vision with regard to various responsibility and the needs of the team," said Bangar. "So from a player perspective if he (Dhoni) has taken a break for 6-7 months, he has a good chance to rediscover, refresh and reinvent," he added. View the full article
  15. It was a dark Monday in Delhi yesterday. The national capital wasnât on its best behaviour and that cost us the lives of people who didnât deserve to die. As fresh clashes broke out in parts of East Delhi between pro- and anti-CAA protestors early on Monday morning, police officers at the nearest Gokulpuri police station stepped up to calm the protestors and bring peace and order back into the streets of East Delhi. © Twitter Little did Delhi Police Head Constable Ratan Lal know that this would be his last time donning the uniform he cherished. As Ratan Lal stepped onto the streets and faced the enraged mob of protesters, pelting stones and showering bullets, he didnât know it would take his life for people to see the gravity of the situation. Head Constable Ratan Lal was trying to bring the protestors under control when things went out of hand, and he was severely injured in the head while trying to perform his duty, and protect his boss from getting hurt while at it. © Twitter Here is what we know about the brave cop who laid down his life for the sake of peace, and duty towards people. 1. Head Constable Ratan Lal was 42-years-old and hailed from Tihawali Village in Fatehpur, Sikar in Rajasthan. Born into a middle-class family, he was the eldest amongst the four brothers and sister. 2. A true patriot, Ratan Lal always wanted to join the forces, don the uniform and serve his country. It was back in 1998 when he joined the Delhi police as a constable. © Twitter 3. He was posted at the Gokulpuri Police Station and attached to the office of the ACP. 4. He married his wife Poonam in 2004 in Jaipur and the couple had three young children together. 5. Ratan Lalâs eldest daughter Siddhi is merely 13, while her younger siblings Kanak and Ram are just 10 and 8-years-old respectively. 6. Ratan Lal lived with his family in Amrit Vihar Colony in Burari, while the kids attended Delhi Police Public school in the area. © Twitter 7. Friends and acquaintances say Ratan Lal was a calm, peace-loving man who hated conflicts and arguments. 8. Reportedly, Ratan Lal was killed near Dayalpur police station during the stone-pelting incident when it peaked during noon yesterday. However, word has it that he may have been shot in the head which resulted in his death. 9. While speaking to NDTV, Ratan Lalâs younger brother Dinesh said, "He was the reader of the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) of Gokulpuri. He had just accompanied the ACP, but the mob surrounded him and killed him." 10. According to TOI, Ratan Lal was known as a brave cop in his department and had led many raids conducted by Gokulpuri police over the last few years. © Twitter 11. One of Ratan Lalâs colleagues told TOI that Lal would always sign up for difficult and dangerous assignments. He added, âHe was instrumental in nabbing the accused in a gruesome rape of two tribal women in 2013 and in an act of vandalism committed by a group of wrestlers at a restaurant in Seemapuri.â 12. Back in his village in Sikar, people are demanding a âmartyrâ status for Ratan Lal and that he be put to rest with full state honours. They have also asked for the government school in their village to be named after Lal. © Twitter The braveheart and devoted officer has left behind a devastated family behind for no fault of his, and perhaps this should be our wake up alarm to see what we may have gotten wrong while trying to safeguard our rights while taking away anotherâs right to safe and long life by taking the law into our hands. Violent protests will never bring us the right answers. View the full article
  16. One of the most prestigious franchises of the National Basketball Association, the Los Angeles Lakers organised The âCelebration of Lifeâ ceremony at the Staples Center stadium to pay homage to basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his baby girl, Gianna and seven other people who lost their lives in a horrible helicopter crash last month. It was one of those rare moments when people from all over the world, competitors from within the league, celebrities and common folk, came together and mourned the loss of one of the greatest men not just in the world of basketball, but outside of it as well. View this post on InstagramThe basketball world gathered to honor the Mamba and Mambacita.A post shared by (@bleacherreport) While Beyonce sang Bryantâs favourite songs, Alicia Keys performed Beethovanâs âMoonlight Sonata,â one of the most difficult piano routines ever, that Kobe learnt within a week to dedicate to his highschool sweetheart, wife and now widow, Vanessa Bryant. Vanessaâs message for her daughter and husband consisted of some of the fondest memories they had shared together as family and how they will continue to be a team as she has three other daughters to now take care of, while Kobe will look after Gianna in heaven. Nobody can foresee something like what took the lives of Kobe and Gianna, nobody can âprepareâ for it. From talk show host, Jimmy Kimmelâs initial speech to Shaquille OâNealâs short, simple and hilarious adieu to the âBlack Mambaâ, you could see that nothing was scripted and whatever these guys were speaking was straight from the heart and with a lot of emotion. However, when Michael Jordan was asked to make a speech, the whole stadium went silent. After years and years of sacrificing his body on the basketball court, an older, heavier Michael Jordan climbed the stage with a limp. With his eyes, already filled with tears, Jordan addressed the gathering. âNow heâs got me â Iâm going to have to look at another crying meme for the next â¦,â he said as the audience erupted in laughter. âI told my wife I wasnât going to do this,â Jordan continued, âbecause I didnât want to see that for the next three or four years. That is what Kobe Bryant does to me.â âHe wanted to be the best basketball player that he could be,â Jordan said. âAs I got to know him, I wanted to be the best big brother that I could be.â âIn the game of basketball, in life, as a parent, Kobe left nothing in the tank,â Jordan said. âHe left it all on the floor.â Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan were like two peas in a pod. The way the two played the game of basketball, the killer instincts they shared, the unbelievable work ethic they had, even the way the two stuck out their tongues while dunking on their opponents, were unbelivably similar. They were competitors for a very small period of time as Jordan was in the twilight of his career but nonetheless, their contests were a treat for viewers. Kobe adored Michael and Michael gave back the love equally. They would talk about the game, family, and everything else in the world there was to talk about. Jordan had transitioned from being an opponent to being an older brother. âWhen Kobe Bryant died, a piece of me died,â Jordan said, moments before walking off the stage and disappearing into the crowd. View the full article
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  18. The much-awaited Indian trip for US President Donald Trump has already kickstarted this morning when he landed in the beautiful city of Ahmedabad where he was welcomed with a cultural extravaganza, which looked straight out of a Bollywood movie. #WATCH US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump spin the Charkha at Sabarmati Ashram. PM Modi also present. #TrumpInIndia pic.twitter.com/TdmCwzU203 â ANI (@ANI) February 24, 2020 Post this, the President will be making a short visit to Agra to see the Taj Mahal and will then be landing in the capital city before the second leg of his visit begins tomorrow. Like his predecessors Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W Bush, POTUS and his family will be enjoying a warm Indian welcome at the luxurious âgrand presidential suiteâ at the ITC Maurya Sheraton hotel in central Delhi. Located on the 14th floor, besides a gorgeous view of Lutyens Delhi and lush greenery of the city, this particular suite is a melting pot of Indian culture, courtesy the very sombre interiors. © Youtube Silk panelled walls, a peacock themed private dining room for 12 people, a mini spa and a gym are some of the basics that are a part of this luxury. As per reports, the rooms have been stocked with diet Coke and Cherry Vanilla ice cream, which is said to be his favourite. The âChanakyaâ suite also has an exclusive access to a business courtyard and a summit lounge. The menu will obviously be a delectable spread curated by the brilliant team at Bukhara, the super famous Indian themed restaurant at the ITC Maurya Sheraton. The team has reportedly designed a POTUS platter which will include some tandoori delicacies, baked dishes and a full time butler will be at the familyâs service. The Chanakya suite spans across a whopping 4800 sq feet and costs around Rs 8 lakh a night, in case someone wants to splurge and indulge in some serious shenanigans. Also, the air quality inside the suite is at par with the WHO standards. Besides catering to US Presidents, other dignitaries which have called this plush suite their home for a day include Dalai Lama, Tony Blair, Vladimir Putin, King Abdullah and the Sultan of Brunei. View the full article
  19. PM Imran and many others expressed grief and sorrow Naeem ul Haque's passing
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