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  1. Australia has had one of the most strict set of international rules and policies when it comes to dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and it is safe to say that their ways have worked, considering the very few number of people (15-25) testing positive on a daily basis with practically zero per day deaths since October 2020. So when some of the Australian citizens made their trip to India to become a member of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League as players, coaches, and commentators and found themselves in the middle of the most adversely affected region of the world at the moment, their travel rights to go back to their country were quickly and very swiftly taken away. Official Announcment: Adam Zampa & Kane Richardson are returning to Australia for personal reasons and will be unavailable for the remainder of #IPL2021. Royal Challengers Bangalore management respects their decision and offers them complete support.#PlayBold #WeAreChallengers pic.twitter.com/NfzIOW5Pwl — Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 26, 2021 Australian cricketers Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson were the only two athletes who were able to make their way back home by finding a travel loophole in the Australian government’s plan. With direct flights between the two countries, they decided to fly to Doha first and then make their way home from there. The country’s government has shut transit flight routes via Doha, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.https://t.co/kJV9HOjrga — scroll.in (@scroll_in) May 1, 2021 However, as soon as they reached Melbourne, the government decided to fix these loopholes, shutting down ‘Via’ flights from places like Doha, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur, bringing complete exodus to the rest of their citizens who are absolutely stuck in India, amid the largest wave of COVID-19 that the world has ever seen. One such person is the former Australian cricketer turned commentator, Michael Slater, who called out his Prime Minister Scott Morrison for such a move: If our Government cared for the safety of Aussies they would allow us to get home. It's a disgrace!! Blood on your hands PM. How dare you treat us like this. How about you sort out quarantine system. I had government permission to work on the IPL but I now have government neglect — Michael Slater (@mj_slats) May 3, 2021 “If our Government cared for the safety of Aussies they would allow us to get home. It's a disgrace!! Blood on your hands PM. How dare you treat us like this. How about you sort out quarantine system. I had government permission to work on the IPL but I now have government neglect,” he tweeted. On Tuesday morning, the Australian PM addressed Slater’s comments and called his take “absurd”. “What we’re doing here is we’ve got a temporary pause in place because we’ve seen a rapid escalation in the infection rate in people who have travelled out of India,” Morrison said on the Nine Network. Understanding the gravity of the situation, many of the local Australians also decided to stick with their leader’s decision of imposing the travel ban and reminded Slater that he must have known the potential risks of flying down to a hotspot even before the tournament had started. Sorry but the safety of those Australian that live in Australia supersedes those that have chose to travel overseas (to known hot spots) for work during the pandemic, ride it out now Champ, I only feel for people who have been trying to get home prior to March/April 2020!!! pic.twitter.com/D0M27Il56Q — Cebreb (@cebreb) May 3, 2021Give me a break. You chose to go there knowing full well there was a covid crisis going on over there. You must have known there would be risks. — Sami Dowd (@samidowd) May 3, 2021We’re in a pandemic but you still CHOSE to go to India. You knew the risks but you went anyway. Did you expect to be able to pull the “don’t you know who I am” card to get around it? — Nicole Ryland (@dalley8) May 3, 2021Pretty sure you knew the risks before you left! Same as the Olympic athletes, although they don’t get any coun like you. — Jodi Willis-Roberts OAM (@THROWER_7) May 3, 2021U left to work overseas during a pandemic surely u must have suspected something like this could happen. U weight up the risk v reward and u lost. If u were that worried u shouldn’t have left — cliffy1981 (@cliffy19811) May 3, 2021“This is a temporary arrangement,” Mr Morrison had said earlier in the month. “It’s being put in place to ensure that we do not get a third wave here in Australia and that our quarantine system can remain strong. View the full article
  2. Prince William and the Queen agreed in preventing Meghan Markle from borrowing jewelry from the Royal Collection
  3. At the moment, the TLP is a banned entity for damaging public property and attacking law enforcement personnel
  4. All cases, including those filed under the fourth schedule, against the members of banned TLP would be withdrawn, says the minister
  5. Delegation asks Rizvi to issue a video message requesting protesters to end their demonstrations and sit-in
  6. Sheikh Rasheed says the ?first round of talks? concluded in a "successful manner" after which the policemen were released
  7. Punjab home department says his national identity card has been blocked and he will have to surrender his passport to police
  8. "All protest rallies and road blockages must immediately be brought to an end," reads Rizvi's statement shared by Shahbaz Gill
  9. Indian airline companies Spicejet and GoAir have decided to not allow Vivo shipments on their planes after a recent consignment caught fire right before it was about to be boarded on a plane. The Indian aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is also putting the incident under scrutiny and will take a decision on whether to issue an advisory to all airlines operating in India. © Twitter In an internal circular dated April 13, 2021, Sanjiv Gupta, CEO-Cargo, SpiceJet, said, "With immediate effect, acceptance of mobile and accessories shipments from the company manufacturing vivo phones has been restricted till further notice on all SG flights.” Earlier this week, a Vivo shipment of Y20 smartphones caught fire before it was about to be loaded into a Hong Kong Air Cargo. The shipment was bound for Thailand. However, it never took off the ground as the fire engulfed the entire shipment and lasted for 40 minutes. Videos of the incident were shared on Twitter where it shows the fire started with one pallet and later spread to two more. © Twitter_Andre Quiros The cause of the fire has not been determined yet but is being suspected the fire could have been caused by faulty or damaged lithium-ion batteries present in the smartphones. Having said that, a fire caused by a pressurised cabin can be ruled out as the shipment never made it into the plan and caught fire right before it was about to be loaded. Faulty batteries in smartphones can cause them to blow up or catch fire as was the case with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. © Reuters Vivo is currently investigating to ascertain what caused the fire in the first place and said in a statement “We have paid high attention and immediately set up a special team to work closely with the local authorities to determine its cause.” It is currently not known whether Vivo Y20 smartphones or other models have a similar problem that can cause fires. As of now, consignments from Vivo are on hold until airlines receive clarification from the company. There is also no word whether a ban on the Vivo Y20 has been put in place for passengers as well. View the full article
  10. The decision has been taken in view of a spike in positivity ratio, which shot up to 16% in the capital in the last 24 hours
  11. In a very competitive market, smartphone companies are always looking to one-up each other with impressive benchmark scores. However, Realme was found cheating to get that advantage. One of Realme’s phone the ‘GT’ has been banned by the Antutu Benchmark app as it was found manipulating scores to fool potential customers about its performance. © Realme In a Weibo post, Antutu outed the Realme GT was allegedly cheating its benchmark test as the phone scored 750,000. However, the benchmark removed the phone’s score from the database and has banned the smartphone from showing any results for the next three months. According to a general translation, Antutu said that the Realme GT’s score was “not a manifestation of true strength, but obtained through cheating and other means.” The phone was found using thread delay tactics to run a multithread test on its fast CPU cores as much as possible. The phone also “modified” the reference JPG image used by Antutu to manipulate the score. Instead of processing the image, the phone instead used mosaic colour blocks to reduce the quality of the image for a faster render and processing time. © Weibo © Weibo Antutu said that both tactics are gains the spirits of the benchmark due to which the phone’s scores have been removed and banned for a further three months. The benchmark app also issued an ultimatum to Realme stating that if the company does not change how the phone completes the benchmark, it will be permanently banned by Antutu. For companies manipulating benchmark scores is nothing new as they often use it as a marketing tool. This is not the first time a smartphone has been caught cheating as other companies like Oppo, OnePlus, Samsung Meizu have been accused in the past as well. There is no word whether other benchmarking tools like Geekbench 5, PCMark, 3DMark and others have also banned the phone from showing any results at the moment. © Weibo Realme’s CMO Xu Qi Chase issued a statement on Weibo calling the scores “real data run under the current version” of Antutu. View the full article
  12. Moscow said last week it slowed down speed of Twitter in Russia in retaliation to "failure" to remove a specific list of banned content
  13. In a rather unbelievable piece of development today, two Indian climbers got banned from Mount Everest for a weird reason. The couple, as per the report in Daily Mail, have been banned from mountaineering in Nepal for six years for lying that they had reached the summit of Mount Everest. © Facebook The report suggests that an investigation found that Narender Singh Yadav and Seema Rani Goswami's 2016 climb had been faked, after it was certified by the tourism department at the time. The pair, reportedly a couple from India, and their team leader were banned by Nepal after an investigation was launched when they could not provide verifiable evidence of their summit. © Shutterstock Yadav was slated to win India's prestigious Tenzing Norgay Adventure Award, but when the news broke Indian mountaineers and the media reacted with outrage and rightfully so. Analysis was shared that showed photographic evidence the climber had used to 'prove' he reached the top of the world's tallest mountain was in fact doctored. And that is crazy. Consequently, the award was subsequently retracted from Yadav, and an investigation was launched leading to their summit certification being revoked. © Shutterstock Speaking to AFP news agency, a spokesman for Nepal's tourism ministry said their investigation and enquiries with other climbers found the couple 'never reached the summit'. 'They couldn't produce any evidence of their ascent to the peak… they even failed to submit reliable photos of them at the summit,' the spokesman said. Another ministry spokesman told The Indian Express, 'In our investigation, we found that they had submitted fake documents [including photographs]. © iStock Reaching the summit of Mount Everest, standing at 29,029 feet (8,848 metres) in the Himalayas, is considered to be an outstanding feat for mountaineers globally. Climbers that reach the summit have often gone on to become motivational speakers, or have written books about their journey to reach the peak. Currently, the system requires photos and reports from team leaders and government officers stationed at the base camp as proof of reaching the summit. But the potential rewards mean the system is open to attempts at fakery, and this is not the first time climbers have been banned for doctoring photographs. In 2016, another Indian couple - both police constables - were banned for 10 years for faking photographs that they claimed showed them at the top of Everest. (Source: Daily Mail) View the full article
  14. You can find everything on Twitter - memes, political commentary, more memes, fake news, celebrity rants, the list goes on. One thing that is rare to find there, or actually on the entire internet, is logic. And that's why some people are trying to get Twitter banned by tweeting about it on Twitter. Sure, it's a great way to make yourself heard but maybe they can start by actually moving to a different site to continue their discourse on whether Indians should have freedom of expression, or if we should completely go into a fascist society. We have withheld some of the accounts identified in the blocking orders under our Country Withheld Content policy within India only. These accounts continue to be available outside of India. https://t.co/uQuXNtzq9t — Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) February 10, 2021 The #BanTwitter hashtag comes after Twitter released the statement talking about what actions they will be taking after the Indian government ordered them to block 1,178 accounts for allegedly spreading misinformation on the farmer protests and 'provocative content'. While the company has complied and withheld a certain number of accounts just within India, they said that they won't be blocking media, journalists, activists, and politicians as it violated "the right to freedom of expression under Indian law". However, we have not taken any action on accounts that consist of news media entities, journalists, activists, and politicians. We will continue to advocate for the right of free expression on behalf of the people we serve, and are exploring options under Indian law. — Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) February 10, 2021Of course, the hashtag is confusing people. People trending #BanTWITTER on twitter be like pic.twitter.com/MiAhpDXL6M — Sahil 🇮🇳 (@nikal_bsdk03) February 10, 2021 Do some people not know that the former President was impeached twice? After taking down Donald Trump & several other accounts, Twitter is lecturing India on the right of free speech & expression. #BanTwitter https://t.co/Nh0ZnoGmem — Naveen Kaushik (@telmispartan) February 10, 2021No one is controlling the conversation, at least on Twitter and everyone has the right to speak their mind and then face the consequences for it. Only solution is to #BanTWITTER before its too late. The world witnessed what they did in America: the world's oldest democracy and to a sitting President of United States. India can't afford to allow these leftist media to control the conversation. https://t.co/6DkJ3eTcyx — Radharamn Das (@RadharamnDas) February 10, 2021 Yep. Trending #BanTwitter is similar like trending boycott jio using Jio sim — Cricfam (@cricfam) February 10, 2021 So many possibilities for memes. Ban Twitter In India #BanTWITTER pic.twitter.com/i9iOCP7M1c — Lucifer Morningstar (@TheSarveshMisra) February 10, 2021 Hmm. People trending #BanTwitter using twitter Le Jack Dorsey* pic.twitter.com/hU2f9kASW0 — Fun तंत्र (@neophyte420) February 10, 2021 So confusing. #BanTWITTER Twitter realising #BanTwitter is trending on @Twitter: pic.twitter.com/ioFz9ctWaF — Anurag (@sarcasm_world_) February 10, 2021 Sure. After Seeing #BanTwitter is Trending...#kooapp Be Like... pic.twitter.com/pmPCsYAt0J — AD RAJPUT (@AD_RAJPUT777) February 10, 2021 Yes, please. People are trending #BanTWITTER on Twitter. Having seen this, I really want @elonmusk to speed up the process of finding life on mars.... — MFP (@MFP0429) February 10, 2021 404 error: no logic found. It's like tweeting boycott Chinese mobile on Chinese phone #BanTWITTER pic.twitter.com/xa2DHCvnKV — Badri Nagarjun (@NagarjunBadri) February 10, 2021 View the full article
  15. People in India despise censorship of shows and movies, until it comes to something they feel personally offended by and then they are all for proper action against the people responsible. The topic of censorship is always highly debated and sure, all the content should be regulated to some extent but only a small group of people controlling everything sounds a little iffy. When it comes to censorship of content on OTT platforms in India, people have very strong and distinct opinions. There have been so many controversies, so many boycotts for shows streaming online, the term boycott has almost lost all its meaning at this point. © Prime Video There's only one source of content left that is not completely regulated and the makers can actually present the shows and movies they want as they intended. A few months ago, it was announced that all digital content will come under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. However, today, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar was quoted as saying that all the OTT content doesn't come under censor board. We've received a lot of complaints against some serials available on OTT platforms. Films & serials released on OTT platforms &digital newspapers don't come under purview of Press Council Act, Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act or Censor Board: Union Min Prakash Javadekar pic.twitter.com/irMrymxfan — ANI (@ANI) January 31, 2021 But, he added that guidelines for that would be laid out soon. Guidelines will be announced regarding their functioning soon: Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar — ANI (@ANI) January 31, 2021 So, one can assume that after the guidelines are out, the shows and movies on digital platforms would be expected to follow that, but they won't be under as much scrutiny as say Bollywood movies. It's all a little unclear as of now and maybe we will get some clarity once these guidelines are announced. But for now, the first thing people thought of after seeing this new development was the porn ban. Adult content is, of course, banned in India so people are now asking why is porn banned when the content on OTT platforms, which they deem pretty close to porn, is allowed to air uncensored. So porn is ban, but porn can be shown on OTT platforms. Kya logic hai bhai — Ninda Turtle || Squint Neon Stan (@NindaTurtles) January 31, 2021 People are really fired up about porn. To Porn kaahe ban kiya marde? — Facts (@BefittingFacts) January 31, 2021 Really concerned about porn sites. Porn sites https://t.co/C4uMKVnvAE pic.twitter.com/kmLUrwSTYP — Dr. Virgo Supercluster (@SavageRaptor7) January 31, 2021 Uhh. Censor board on OTT Plateform pic.twitter.com/tMXc7rl2ng — The Trollerr (@TheTrollerr) January 31, 2021 How? Well said — ayusmita (@IandUmakesusone) January 31, 2021 It's still confusing. Thank God for he is saving the only medium of entertainment ️ https://t.co/x3gCoNHiST — Adarsh Varghese 🇮🇳️ (@adarshvarghese1) January 31, 2021 Are people actually advocating for censorship? Don't find excuses, @PrakashJavdekar ; get the Acts amended and do your job. — Priyesh Shah IRS (@IrsPriyesh) January 31, 2021 Uhh. India: You cannot watch porn. Also India: We don't have any regulations for digital media and OTT platforms. OTT platforms: They now literally make porn which is hilariously enough recommended by YouTube Ads. Like I am browsing tutorial videos and podcasts! And bam! https://t.co/sNvJZ84K0v — Saurabh Srivastava (@saudev001) January 31, 2021 Priorities. Excellent. Now please un-ban the porn sites too. https://t.co/ouGU0Y6Pg6 — गणतन्त्र-atty TractoRatty (@YearOfRat) January 31, 2021 They aren't the same, though. But banning porn does? Aren't OTT and porn sites using the same means to disperse content? https://t.co/Oz1AJp5IGW — Rishabh Jain (@rj1182) January 31, 2021 I can't believe this. Sir it is your job to put this all under respective categories. Can't you see how much they are harming to our country in name of FOE? Nobody will give you any award if you don't restrict to them. https://t.co/pzDNDlz7S9 — Vijay Patel (@vijaygajera) January 31, 2021 View the full article
  16. FAU-G, the game every Indian was hoping to be a replacement for PUBG Mobile even though developers nCore games said multiple times in the past that it won’t be an alternative. Instead, the game focuses on a single-player experience by offering episodic missions focusing on Indian soldiers. The first episode focuses on recreating incidents that occurred at the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. However, there’s more to a game than just the story. It needs to have robust game mechanics, smooth gameplay and possibly a way to play with your friends. FAU-G has failed at delivering every fundamental mechanic that makes up a game and here’s everything that went wrong: 1. It Was Rushed © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla "A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad, - Shigeru Miyamoto This quote by the legendary Japanese game developer is probably more applicable to FAU-G than any other mobile game that has been released in the recent past. FAU-G was in no state for a launch and it seems like the game was rushed to capitalise on filling the void left by the ban of PUBG Mobile in India. It’s clear from the current state of the game that there was much more planned but the developers did not have enough time to implement anything. In fact, the game offers gameplay worse than games from the 1990s and is simply not fun. Currently, you can only use melee attacks, move and block which gets quite boring towards the end. 2. Lack of Content © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The fact that there was only one episode, no variety of weapons and no multiplayer option shows that the game was simply not ready. With only one narrative episode that doesn’t last too long and has next to no story, this game needed more content at launch. As of now, the game is not long enough to keep players enthralled which led to a majority of players uninstalling the game after completing the first mission. 3. Boring Gameplay © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla I’ve been covering games for the better half of the decade and I am yet to come across a more boring game than FAU-G. All you have to do is keep tapping the attack button to defeat your enemies and occasionally block attacks from your enemies. What baffled us, even more, is that there were no guns to use. I found it quite odd that as an Indian soldier, I did not have access to guns to defeat my enemies. There are only melee weapons to use at the moment which makes using soldier character models a bit pointless right now. Also, the enemy NPCs AI is absolutely horrendous which makes the game quite easy to play and does not pose any challenge to players. 4. No Multiplayer © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla As of now, there is no multiplayer mode to speak of which means you cannot play with your friends in a team deathmatch or a free-for-all mode. The reason why PUBG Mobile, COD Mobile and Free Fire are popular in India is because they let gamers play with their friends together as a team or against other players creating some sense of competition. It seems like nCore games have yet to resolve its net code and server problems that could have been the reason behind its delay. Also, since there are no guns players can use at the moment, it would be a bit awkward to see players swinging a pipe at each other in the multiplayer mode. View the full article
  17. According to US State Department?s Reward for Peace, Mangal Bagh carried up to $3 million bounty on his head
  18. Twitter determined the tweets violated its policy and that Donald Trump should be immediately permanently suspended from the service.
  19. PUBG Mobile has been on a purge as it the company banned over two million accounts last week. The announcement was made today via the official Twitter account that has been dubbed as the “Ban Pan.” Tencent has detailed that these bans will be permanent as many of these accounts were found using cheats, hacks and mods for their characters. From December 11th-17th, 2,127,454 accounts have been permanently suspended from accessing our game, out of which these are the majority of the reasons: ⬜ X-Ray Vision ⬜ Auto Aim Hacks ⬜ Modification of Character Models pic.twitter.com/AdA8iItjqJ — PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) December 20, 2020 Cheats such as using “X-Ray Vision” where players can see enemies through walls, auto-aim hacks that give players an edge over others and modded their in-game characters with cosmetics that were not part of the game. The company shared some stats about the recent purge where 18 percent of the accounts were banned for using the X-ray vision cheat. Other categories include speed hacks, and where one could increase the area of damage. © MensXP Tencent banned accounts earlier this year as well where specific devices were also banned from running the game. Currently, it is not known whether a device ban has been implanted as a part of the Ban. Hackers have been plaguing games like PUBG Mobile and even other games on PC such as Call of Duty Warzone. It is highly important for game developers to action against hackers since it can break the experience for players and eventually lead it to be abandoned. Many games have suffered this fate including PUBG on PC where hackers made players quit the game due to insufficient support from the developers. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla In other news, PUBG Mobile is yet to receive an approval from the Indian Government to make a comeback as the game was previously banned in the country due to national security and privacy reasons. In a previous statement, MeitY said, “any banned entity can’t operate just by floating a new company. This even TikTok or anyone else can do. They will have to get permissions from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) to operate once again in India.” View the full article
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