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  1. MSR is ?the most distinguished person on the scene of print and electronic media in Pakistan?, says Naseem Bajwa
  2. Experts suggest what we need today is a new daily routine, which can reset our behavior at home
  3. Arguably one of the most popular and iconic sportspersons in the country, Mahendra Singh Dhoni carved his own niche on the back of sublime performances in the gentleman's game. While his leadership skills allowed Team India to scale new heights in international cricket, Dhoni's batting skills lower down the order saw him becoming one of the best finishers in the limited-overs format. Today, he is not just another cricketer who played for the country. And despite the fact that he is in the twilight of his career, Dhoni will always be cherished as one of the biggest contributors to Indian cricket. He is not only cherished by billions of fans across the globe, but also remains one of the most respected players around. But, before Dhoni became 'Captain Cool' who would go on to rule the hearts of fans and cricket pundits alike, he was just another newbie who was trying to find his feet on the international stage. Making his debut in 2004, Dhoni was playing only his seventh One-Day International (ODI) when a rare on-field error saw him bearing the brunt of Ashish Nehra. © Reuters The 4th ODI between India and Pakistan at Ahmedabad in 2005 became a topic of great discussion after Nehra was caught on camera hurling abuses at Dhoni. The Jharkhand cricketer had done his part with the willow, scoring 64-ball 47 in India's 315-run total. But, during Pakistan's run-chase, the fairly new cricketer got absolutely blasted by Nehra, a senior player. The incident occurred in the 4th over of Pakistan's innings when Shahid Afridi, batting on 10, edged a delivery outside the off-stump and the ball flew past Dhoni who was keeping behind the stumps. The left-arm Indian seamer was clearly miffed with Dhoni's efforts before giving him his piece of mind. It has been almost 15 years since that episode, but the video of a furious Nehra abusing Dhoni on the field remains one of the most-talked-about incidents amongst fans till date. While none of the cricketers had spoken about the incident, Nehra seems to have finally acknowledged it in a recent interview. "I distinctly remember that match in Visakhapatnam. It was the second ODI of that series. In a video that went viral, I am seen hurling abuses at MS after an edge off Shahid Afridiâs bat goes between Dhoni and Rahul Dravid at first slip. People assume itâs from the Vizag match, but that incident is from the fourth ODI in Ahmedabad. However, I must admit I am not proud of my behaviour," Nehra told TOI. "I had been hit for six by Afridi off just the previous ball. There was the usual pressure of an India-Pakistan match. Suddenly, I created a chance and it was missed. I lost my cool. That wasnât the only incident where a player has lost his cool in that manner. Both Dravid and Dhoni were fine with me after the game but that doesnât justify my behaviour," the Indian bowling legend added. © Twitter/@BCCI Dropped on 10, Afridi went on to score a 23-ball 40 as Pakistan gunned down the total with three wickets in hand off the last ball of the 48-overs-a-side game. The day was a forgettable one for Nehra who went wicketless in his quota of nine overs. The six-match ODI series was also lost by India as the Inzamam-ul-Haq brigade sealed the proceedings with a 4-2 win. While Nehra, eventually, called time on his career in 2017 after playing 17 Tests, 120 ODIs and 27 T20Is for his country, Dhoni, the man who was at the receiving end in 2005, went on to etch his name in history books as one of the all-time greats in Indian cricket's rich history. View the full article
  4. A topic is more than a collection of posts; it's a living entity that ebbs and flows over time. Evergreen topics can see month-long gaps between posts and longer topics spanning numerous pages can end up hard to navigate through to find useful content. With this in mind, we've added numerous improvements to the topic view to bring context and summaries key areas within the topic. Topic view updates Topic Activity The first thing you likely spotted in the above screenshot is the new sidebar. This acts much like a summary of activity within the topic. It very quickly lets you know how old the topic is and how long it has been since the last reply. This context is essential if you are unwittingly replying to an older topic. Most topics are driven by a handful of key members. The topic activity section shows you who have been most active, which may influence which posters you give greater authority to. Likewise, popular days lets you dig into the 'meat' of the topic which may have evolved quickly over several days. More often than not, a single post attracts more reactions if it is particularly helpful or insightful, and this is shown too. Finally, a mini gallery of all upload images allows you to review media that has been attached to posts. The topic activity summary under the first post This activity bar can be shown either as a sidebar or underneath the first post in a topic. If you enable it for mobile devices, then it will show under the first post automatically. The topic activity summary on mobile As with many new features in Invision Community, you have several controls in the Admin CP to fine-tune this to your communities needs. AdminCP settings Other improvements The eagle-eyed among you will have spotted a few other changes to the topic view. The first is the badge underneath the user's photo. The shield icon notes that this poster is part of the moderation team. Of course, this badge can be hidden for communities that do not like to draw attention to all their moderators. You will also notice that when the topic starter makes a reply to a topic, they get an "author" badge as their reply may carry more authority. When you scroll down a topic, it's not often apparent that there has been a significant time gap between replies. For some topical topics (see what I did there) this may alter the context of the conversation. We have added a little identifier between posts when a period of time has passed between posts. These changes add a little context to the topic to give you more insight into how the replies direct the conversation. The new topic activity summary gives you an at-a-glance overview of key moments and posters to help you navigate longer topics. We hope that you and your members enjoy these new features coming to Invision Community 4.5!
  5. It can get difficult to feed yourself if you're stuck at home because of the uncertainty around the availability of supplies. Not everyone has access to a kitchen or some may only know how to cook instant noodles. But this doesnât mean you cannot eat from restaurants as food delivery companies like Zomato and Swiggy are still operational, albeit with limited services, depending on your area. However, with food delivery comes the stigma of whether it is safe or not and arguably, it is a genuine concern during these tough times. Both Zomato and Swiggy have introduced zero-contact policies for restaurants and their delivery agents. However, in order to order food from places that are safe and hygienic, there is a simple way to make sure you are ordering from the right places. © MensXP When ordering on Zomato, make sure you select the âSafe and Hygienic' filter to exclude restaurants that are not following safety and hygiene guidelines. In addition, the search results will also show restaurants that are following WHO safety practices in blue text right below its listing. The app also lets you check the riderâs sanitisation if you are not convinced about the delivery agentâs hygiene. After placing the order, in the delivery agentâs information section, Zomato will show whether the agent has sanitised before picking up the order. Additionally, you can even ask the delivery agent to leave your order at the door to avoid direct contact. © MensXP © MensXP For Swiggy, you can access all the restaurants following safety standards from the homepage itself. The app also highlights restaurants that are conducting daily temperature checks for their staff and pick-up agents. An additional badge can also be found on the listing where it mentions the restaurant follows the âBest Safety Standard.â Both food delivery companies have implemented safety practices such as educating their staff about precautions that are necessary to protect themselves, ensure their staff wash their hands regularly, that hand sanitisers are easily accessible for riders, ensuring that their kitchen staff is trained to wash and sanitise their hands thoroughly, ensure restaurants are disinfected daily amongst other practices that you can read in detail in the app itself. Riders are also being screened for higher body temperatures and assuring that food does not get delivered by an agent with higher than normal body temperature. If you are going to order food online, we urge you to only order food from restaurants that are following the hygiene and safety standards. View the full article
  6. We are already cautioned about all the hygiene tips that one needs to follow due to the coronavirus outbreak. If you touch something likely to be exposed to it, you instantly need to wash your hands to halt the virus from spreading further. When you do so for a good 20 seconds, the virus can be banished, but in turn, your hands will become dry since you are doing it so frequently. Even though everyone is calling it the best method to prevent the spread of the virus further, many people are still not aware of the right way to do it. If you are wondering what are the dos and don'ts of washing your hands so frequently, here's what you need to know: Dos:1. Wash Your Hands Under Clean Running Water © iStock Before you start scrubbing your hands with soap, use lukewarm water to wash your hands. Then, take the soap and scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. Scrub your hands together as it helps loosen and get rid of dirt and germs. 2. Wash Your Fingertips © iStock Fingertips are often skipped but you need to know that they are a safe haven for the germs to settle. So while you scrub your hands, wash your fingertips thoroughly. 3. Wash Your Hands When You Blow Your Nose And Before Eating © iStock You might think that you didn't catch anything on your hands, but you still need to wash them. Be it before or after you eat your meals or if you sneeze or cough, there's no excuse, whatsoever. Cleaning your hands is crucial and it needs to be done, either with soap and water or a hand sanitiser. 4. Drying Your Hands © iStock Moist hands can give living organisms a space to survive and spread. Hence drying your hands immediately after you are done, is very important. Experts suggest that one should use a paper towel, dry towel or automatic blowers to dry hands. 5. Use A Hand Sanitiser © iStock A hand sanitiser is a quick solution to everything and a great alternative to soap and water. Once you apply it, it helps control the spread of the virus. Sanitiser can make your hands feel wet but just for 10 seconds. You should ideally hand wash on most occasions but when you are unable to, a hand sanitiser filled with powerful ingredients can be really helpful. Donâts :1. Don't Use Hot Water © iStock Hot water is the major cause of hands turning dry and dehydrated. Hence it is recommended that you either wash your hands with cold or lukewarm water. 2. Don't Let The Water Keep Running © iStock While you are scrubbing for those good 20 seconds, there's no need to keep the tap running. When you wash your hands, for example, 20 times a day, you save at least 1 litre of water, if you don't keep the water running. Hence, save it while you can. 3. Don't Touch Anything Else © iStock Once you are done washing your hands, don't touch your skin, any surface or washbasin. These areas could also be infected with the virus and you do not want to come in touch with them. Be cautious while doing so. 4. Don't Touch Your Face © iStock We know that the respiratory virus is spreading from one person to the other and that is mainly through spread of droplets because of sneezing or coughing. If that happens, the next step is to immediately wash your hands and not touch your face to control the spread of the virus. 5. Donât Scrub Too Hard © iStock While you are washing your hands in those 20 seconds, it is important to scrub it gently. When you do it too frequently, it can lead to dryness and your hands are more susceptible to cracking. This is the perfect stop for the germs to settle down. To avoid any sort of dryness, use a hand moisturiser to keep your hands hydrated. View the full article
  7. All My Children and Santa Barbara star John Callahan died on Saturday after suffering a massive stroke
  8. Nation-wide tally of confirmed coronavirus cases crosses 1,200; Sindh govt bans congregational prayers in Karachi till April 5
  9. Nation-wide tally of confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 1,093; World Bank, IMF urge debt relief for poorest countries
  10. Quarantine and self-isolation isn't something that we're used to. However, it's the only thing we can do to keep ourselves as well as the people around us safe from coronavirus. We all can use the spare time to try new things. If your idea of doing something new has something to do with starting a podcast, then you're in the right place. The best thing about having your own podcast is that you don't necessarily have to be somewhere in particular to host one. In fact, you can even have your friends agree to do this from the comfort of their home. © Anchor We suggest using Anchor for podcasts. Anchor has been a popular choice for a lot of users across the globe for hosting podcasts. Although it's owned by Spotify, you can make your podcasts available across a lot of different platforms. Anchor now has a new feature called Record With Friends 2.0 with which it's making it easier than ever to record a podcast with your peers, even if they don't have the Anchor app. You can invite them to record podcasts via a link and it'll open for them on the web browser. This is by far the easiest way to record a podcast. It's almost like attending a video call on hangouts where you're simply clicking a link to join a call. Given the fact that most people are practicing social distancing, they might be interested in listening to something new and personal. You can also use this time to your advantage and start something meaningful. Source: Anchor View the full article
  11. When it comes to fashion, having a personal sense of style is of utmost importance. Some things that work for some men may not work for you - the reason being your body type and what it demands. Dressing for your body type is not about restricting your fashion choices but about investing in the right ones. Here is a style guide for men that will help you know what flatters your body type and what doesn't. Trust us, it makes the biggest impact if you wear the right clothes. To begin with, men have a total of four major body shapes. These are - rectangle, triangle, inverted triangle and oval. These shapes determine what looks good on you and what doesn't. __ECOMLOOKS__308__ __ECOMLOOKS__309__ __ECOMLOOKS__310__ __ECOMLOOKS__311__ Explore More View the full article
  12. Soon after Anupam touched down in Mumbai airport he was left impressed with airport safety measures
  13. HMD Global announced a bunch of new Nokia phones this week that include their new 5G phones and some budget-friendly phones using Android Go. However, the company also announced a feature phone from the past that taps into our nostalgia. For people who only need a phone to make calls, send SMS and listen to music, Nokia launched the 5310 which may sound familiar as it was launched back in the day under the Xpress music brand name. © HMD Global In terms of specifications, thereâs nothing really special going on here since it is a feature phone and does not have the Android operating system. It doesnât even have a touchscreen and uses the classic keypad for typing out text messages or dialling numbers. It uses the old T9 keypad and has a D-Pad for navigating menus. Finally, it has physical buttons which allows you to answer or reject calls. © HMD Global At the back, it has a VGA camera which might be used for taking pictures but in our opinion is mostly useless unless you really need to take a picture of something important. Being a feature phone, it doesnât have a front camera but it does come with 16GB of internal storage to store music. If you donât think that is enough, you can expand it to 32 GB. HMD Global The phone may not be your first choice when purchasing a new one but it does have features that appeal to music lovers. For starters, it comes with dual front-facing speakers and support for wireless FM radio. It even has dedicated music playback buttons to control music from the music player. The Nokia 5310 costs around Rs 3,100 and there isnât much to consider if you are intending to use it as a secondary phone or a dedicated music player. The feature phone will be available to buy in Europe, later this month and is expected to launch in other regions soon after. View the full article
  14. The embassy says Pakistan and Russia took notice of the negative impact of sanctions on the virus-hit Iran
  15. When humanity stumbled into 2020, most of us, at least those who can read this article, have at some point in our lives, played a video game. Whether youâre casually chucking birds at pigs on your cell phone, enjoying a day off with some FIFA, exploring amazing single-player stories or competing in online tournaments - between 2012 and 2020, the market share of Earthâs most immersive form of entertainment has doubled to over $150 billion, and continues to rise meteorically. It wasnât surprising then, that through the evolution of gaming, Hollywood has been playing close attention to audiences and developers alike. Engaging characters, action sequences just waiting to be shot - and plenty of box office cheques to write. What follows is a list of some of the most popular, engaging and even surprising success stories of video games, adapted to film. 10. Mortal Kombat Okay, we know this one hasnât aged too well, but hear us out for a bit. Back in 1995, teenagers had little to compare their video games to, outside of their television screens and if they were lucky, toy tie-ins. But when it came to seeing the ultraviolence fighting game spectacle take place on the big screen, boy were crowds sold. This film was the first video game adaptation to ditch external plots and for-film narratives, sticking to the source material with extreme care. Several moves featured in the fight scenes are actual combos within the original game, and the old school CGI makes for an amusing, yet enlightening foundation stone for all the films to come in its wake. 9. Silent Hill On paper, Silent Hillâs creepy formula of atmospheric visuals, terrifying survival gameplay and amazing monster designs would have made for a good movie - so why was this one forgotten with time? In a nutshell, the filmmakers only paid attention to the first point. The film is stylistically perfect and takes us back to chilling memories of the video game - but is let down by a muddled plot and unimpressive backstory retellings. On the bright side, we do get to see Sean Bean of Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones fame. 8. Final Fantasy: Advent Children Straight up, if you like Final Fantasy, anime or both of the above, youâll love this. While youâll feel completely lost in the filmâs characters and plot without having played the game, it showcases some of developer Square Enixâs most stunning collaborations with Visual Works, the legendary Japanese studio behind their gorgeously detailed cutscenes. The action is pure, unadulterated spectacle - one that was so beloved by fans that PS3 sales back in 2005 skyrocketed after its release. 7. The Angry Birds Movie 2 Like any decent gamer, I approached this one with caution and doubt. Itâs improbable, silly and very much an overt cash grab - yet the quirkiness and simple charm that made the mobile game such a big hit is plastered all over this movie. It knows exactly how seriously to take itself - keeping the early pacing quick and introducing us to a series of characters and well-written gags that could engage both parents and kids alike. 6. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time It seems like thereâs two kinds of PoP fans out there - those who fondly remember the old DOS-era platformers, and those who enjoyed the brutal action-adventure thrills of Warrior Within and The Two Thrones. This film was clearly aimed at the latter - with Jake Gyllenhall backflipping through scenes into the titular princeâs role. Thereâs plenty of fun fight choreography, royal schemes and even time travel shenanigans at work here, and despite almost no real connection with the games, Ben Kinglsleyâs performance as the main villain totally makes up for it. 5. Warcraft Thereâs a common misconception with this film that several reviewers fell for - commonly thought of to be based on the titanic World of Warcraft MMORPG series, it actually focuses on the story of a slightly older game - 2002âs Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, which some of you MOBA gamers might remember as the birthplace of DOTA. Warcraft follows the tale of a desperate Orc tribe contending with warring factions, demonic magic and all the fun action set pieces that result from this. While the film is heavy with exposition, the scale and CGI work is fantastic, while Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi sets it all to a fantastic background score. 4. Sonic The Hedgehog Certainly, no one asked for this - but spurred on by longtime rival Nintendoâs success with Detective Pikachu (which weâll get to later), Sega and Paramount Picturesâ 2020 Sonic film dashes through nostalgic throwbacks for fans - referencing several themes and game design features from the 90s classics. Even more dynamic than the surprisingly relatable Sonic is his nemesis Dr. Eggman, played by Jim Carrey. Seriously, if kid me knew this was coming, Iâd have been far more excited for 2020 - serious thumbs up to the filmmakers for taking the time and effort to re-render Sonicâs visuals after major fan backlash in 2019. Segaâs seen better days, but they sure are loyal. 3. Tomb Raider Before Tomb Raider, there was Angelina Jolieâs similarly named Lara Croft: Tomb Raider from 2001. While the Angie films were riotous and enjoyable in perhaps the same way as Pierce Brosnanâs Bond flicks, this reinvention of the character was inspired by the 2013 videogame reboot, which dropped the stale action feel in favour of a gritty, realistic and much more grounded theme, with Alicia Vikanderâs performance bringing it all together. She does defy physics and heal from injuries in a way that detracts from the realism - but itâs all very slick, well made and stands as a good film by itself. 2. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu This 2019 riot came out of nowhere, with a fresh new idea that turned those old Pokemon GO ads into a reality - bringing Pokemon into our contemporary world was a very risky move that Nintendo and Game Freak took for the series. Almost immediately, itâs apparent that this movie is created by the very same people who grew up playing the video games and watching the anime⦠a hilarious, touching and often witty adventure that brings our beloved Pikachu to life - complete with Ryan Reynoldsâ voice and a mystery plot to boot. 1. The Original Pokemon Films Back in the good early 2000s when animation was in its golden age, kids the world over were absolutely brought to their knees with sequel after sequel of Pokemon feature-length animated films. While a staggering 23 of them have been produced to date, the spotlight has always belonged to the original - Mewtwo Strikes Back. With beautiful animation, all the characters we love and a truly memorable and touching plot, this one would also be remembered for having the saddest scene in Pokemon history. Did you ever play or watch any of these series? Tell us in the comments! View the full article
  16. Sony recently announced new hardware features that give us a better picture of the PlayStation 5. Mark Cerny, the chief architect of the console explained the hardware in a deep dive presentation earlier this week. We decided to compile every official information we know about the upcoming console including specifications and other features that you may have missed previously: 1. Specifications © YouTube/Sony Computer Entertainment The PlayStation 5 is already sounding closer to a gaming PC with impressive specifications that will power the console. From super-fast Solid State Drives (SSD), to new CPU and GPUs by AMD and interesting audio features - the console has a lot going for it. We also know that the console will be able to support up to 8K resolution and higher refresh rates, thanks to the upgraded hardware. If you are wondering what specifications we know of so far, you can have a look at the table below: PlayStation 5 CPU 8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.5GHz (variable frequency) GPU 10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz (variable frequency) Die Size N/A Process N/A Memory 16GB GDDR6/256-bit Memory Bandwidth 448GB/s Internal Storage Custom 825GB SSD IO Throughput 5.5GB/s (Raw), Typical 8-9GB/s (Compressed) Expandable Storage NVMe SSD Slot External Storage USB HDD Support Optical Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray Drive 2. Nomenclature and Design © Youtube/Sony Computer Entertainment Sony confirmed that the next console will be called the PlayStation 5 and revealed the official logo at CES earlier this year. It doesnât look any different than the PlayStation 4 logo but it made the nomenclature of the console official. As far as the design of the console is concerned, Sony has not revealed the official design and is waiting for the right moment to unveil it to the world. Sony may show off the design sometime in June but there is no telling as the Japanese company has been very secretive. We do however, know what the development kit looks like as it has been leaked from various sources: © Twitter/Alocoholikaust It certainly is a very odd design but we can expect the final PlayStation 5 design to take inspiration from the development kit. We predict the consoleâs design will be a bit bulkier as the new hardware needs better heat dissipation. We will only know for sure when Sony unveils the final design in the coming months. 3. It Supports Backwards Compatibility © YouTube/Sony PlayStation The PlayStation 5 is confirmed to support some PS4 and PS4 Pro games at launch as indicated by Mark Cerny during the presentation earlier this week. âWe recently took a look at the 100 top PlayStation 4 titles as ranked by playtime, and we're expecting almost all of them to be playable at launch on PlayStation 5,â said Cerny. However, it is worth pointing out that the console may not support every PS4 game at launch as Sony âexpectsâ them to be supported. It could mean that it is entirely up to the developers to support their older games on the PlayStation 5 and will not be playable by default. Users will be able to bring over their PS4 library to the PlayStation 5 and can even play the games using a USB 3.2 HDD or via the SSD. 4. Launch Date and Pricing We currently donât know the exact launch date of the console but Sony has confirmed it will launch sometime this Holiday season. Having said that, there is a good chance that the console might get delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. If the console is not delayed, we can expect a gradual rollout specific to regions and in limited quantities. © YouTube/Sony PlayStation As far as the pricing is concerned, rumours have been all over the place, but a recent report suggested that the PlayStation 5 could cost $450 to make and it translates to little over Rs 32,000 when converted. This means that Sony will probably have to sell the console at a loss and recover revenue from other sources. Sony could take a similar route as the PlayStation 4 and launch the PlayStation 5 for $470 dollars to keep the price of the console lower than expected. For the Indian pricing of the PlayStation 5, assuming the console has a retail price of $470 dollars, it comes to around Rs 43,000. This price includes 28% import duty that the Indian government imposes on game consoles imports. View the full article
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