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  1. HMD Global has launched the new Nokia 4.2 in India. The device was first shown off at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, and they'll go head-to-head with other entry-level budget phones in the country. Nokia 4.2 Specifications © MensXP If you have a bit more money to splurge, then you can check out the new Nokia 4.2. It's a slightly more premium phone that sports an all-glass design with a polycarbonate frame. On the front, the Nokia 4.2 features a 5.71” HD+ LCD panel with a teardrop notch. Again, the front of the phone looks very similar to the Nokia 3.2 or any Nokia phone for that matter. (c) HMD Global Nokia 4.2 is powered by a Snapdragon 439 SoC and it comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. It also runs a stock version of Android 9 Pie out of the box and has a dedicated Google Assistant button on the side. As for the optics, the phone has a dual camera setup which includes 13MP + 2MP sensors. There's an 8MP front-facing selfie camera as well. It also packs a 3,000 mAh battery and has a 3.5mm headphone jack too. Pricing & Availability Nokia 4.2, as mentioned earlier, starts at Rs. 10,990 for the 3GB/32GB variant. Nokia 4.2 consumers get free six-month screen replacement worth INR 3,500 covered under Nokia phone screen protection insurance, brought to you by our partner, Servify. T&Cs apply Consumers purchasing Nokia 4.2 using HDFC Bank Credit and Debit cards on EMI and regular transactions done through Pinelabs terminals in offline stores, will receive a 10% cashback. Consumers can also avail 10% cashback when they use HDFC consumer finance. This offer is available at retail outlets till 10th June '19. T&Cs apply Vodafone and Idea subscribers will receive INR 2,500 instant cashback by way of 50 vouchers of INR 50 each. These vouchers can be redeemed on recharge of INR 199 and above. T&Cs apply.
  2. Xiaomi has established itself as the company that offers smartphones that are considered to be the best option for people who're looking to buy an Android phone on a budget. The company is currently selling as many as 7 smartphones in India that are priced under Rs.10,000. And you know what? They seem to be getting better with each product over time. Take the newly launched Redmi 7, for instance. Honestly, it's one of the most beautiful-looking budget phones that I've seen till date. Not just that, it appears as though Xiaomi has learned a thing or two from the not-so-impressive Redmi 6 from last year. So, has Xiaomi managed to get everything right and make a desirable Redmi phone after all this time? Well, I've spent a little over a week testing the Redmi 7, and here's what I think - Design & Display © MensXP/Karthik Iyer The Redmi 7, as I said before, is one of the most beautiful budget phones that I've ever seen. The gradient finish, especially this Nebula Red variant which Xiaomi sent us for review, is an absolute head-turner. I haven't had a chance to check out the other color variants, but I am sure they look just as good as this one does. In order to cut down the cost though, Xiaomi has used plastic for the back instead of glass. It's more prone to fingerprints and feels a little cheap while holding it in the hand. It's not exactly a deal breaker, but it's hard not to point out especially when you can get the Redmi Note 7 with an all glass-design for just an additional Rs. 1,000. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Look past the plastic body, you'll certainly find a lot to like about the Redmi 7 design. The curved back design of the phone nicely blends into the matte black frame of the body and makes it really easy to hold. It's not particularly a slim handset, but I kinda like the chunky build, as it gives me more confidence to hold it in my hands instead of sliding it in my pockets. At the back, the phone has dual cameras, a fingerprint scanner, and the Redmi branding. I'll talk more about the cameras later, but let me say that the fingerprint scanner is at a convenient spot and it works great. The phone also has face unlock, but I prefer using the physical scanner whenever there's an option. The Redmi 7 has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro USB port at the bottom along with the speaker grills. I would've loved to see a USB Type-C port, but hey, it's a budget phone, so I am not really complaining. The volume rockers and the power button on the right are nice and clicky, and there's also a notification LED at the bottom on the chin. On the front, the Redmi 7 looks, well, just like any other Redmi phone. It's got a 6.26-inch IPS LCD display with a water drop notch and sizeable bezels, so there's nothing new here, really. It's an HD+ display which gets adequately bright and shows nice colors. The viewing angles are also great, and I really enjoyed watching movies and playing games on this display. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Overall, I'd say the Redmi 7 is a gorgeous phone with one of the displays money can buy in this price range. Performance & Software To take care of the performance, the Redmi 7 is powered by a Snapdragon 632 SoC coupled with either 2GB or 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Yes, you can't go more than the 32GB internal storage, but there's an option to expand it via a microSD card. Oh, there's also Adreno 506 GPU onboard for graphics. As for the battery, the Redmi 7 packs a 4,000 mAh cell, which is a significant upgrade from the 3,000 mAh battery found inside last year's Redmi 6. © MensXP Well, I tested the 3GB + 32GB variant of the Redmi 7, and I had a great time using the phone. I must say that the Snapdragon 632 is a snappy performer, as it showed no signs of slowing down or had any trouble hopping between apps during my testing. MIUI 10 being a bit heavy skin, I did notice occasional stutters, but nothing that would hinder day-to-day usability. As for the gaming performance, well let's just say that it's not a heavy hitter when it comes to that. Yes, it can run titles like PUBG Mobile, but my experience was a bit unsatisfactory even on the lowest graphics settings. So if you were hoping the Redmi 7 would be a gaming powerhouse, then you'll be in for a disappointment. You can run other casual games without worrying about any performance issues though. © MensXP The Redmi 7 runs Android Pie and it comes with all the bells and whistles of MIUI 10. There are a ton of features to play around and customize the phone with. There's an option to turn on the navigation gestures, hide the notch, and all that good stuff. And since it's MIUI that we're talking about here, so you'll also have to go through the pain of disabling ads. Seriously, just that for your own sake because there are ads literally everywhere. They're on the lock screen, notification shade, app installation page, and who knows where else. © MensXP Camera The Redmi 7 sports a combination of a 12MP primary shooter with a 2MP depth sensor to form a dual camera setup. I, honestly, wasn't expecting the camera performance to be all that impressive, but I must say that I underestimated this phone. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer The images taken during the day time with ample lighting, as you can see, are all nice and detailed. One can choose to turn off the AI enhancements to get natural-looking images, however, I found myself using it to get images that are social media ready. I mean, seriously. Who has the time to capture images and edit them before updating your stories, right? The low-light performance of the camera was also great, and I was truly impressed by the Redmi 7's camera. Yes, it's not going to fetch you DSLR-like image with sharp details and stunning quality, but hey, it's a budget phone that cost under Rs. 10,000, and it's adequately good. Here, check out the camera samples and gauge the performance yourself - Battery Life As I had mentioned earlier in this review, the Redmi 7 has a 4,000 mAh battery, which is higher than that of the Redmi 6. And how's the battery life? Well during my testing, the phone easily lasted over a full day of usage. In fact, if you're not a heavy hitter, I think you can easily get two full days of usage out of this phone. The standby drain of the battery at night is minimal, and that's where it excels. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Xiaomi is bundling the phone with a 5V 2A or 10W charger inside the box. With the included charger, I managed to charge the Redmi 7 from 0 to 100-percent in around two and a half hours, which is not really that bad. The Final Say In a way, Xiaomi started the wave of affordable smartphones several years back with the Redmi series, and it's safe to say that the Redmi 7 continues that trend. Granted it's not the fastest phone out there on the market and it lacks some features like a USB Type-C port, a headphone jack, etc., but it's a stunning looking phone that's incredibly cheap and performs day-to-day tasks well. And yes, we suggest you buy the variant with 3GB RAM over the other. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer It is, however, worth pointing out that you can choose to shell out an additional Rs. 1,000 and buy the Redmi Note 7. With that phone, you'll get things like an all-glass design, a slightly more powerful Snapdragon 660 processor, a better display, and more. But hey, if you're on a tight budget and you can't spend that extra Rs. 1,000, then the Redmi 7 is the phone to own. It's still great for what it offers and more than enough for a casual user.
  3. Xiaomi has added two new budget phones to its line up called the Redmi 7 and the Redmi Y3. They both are essentially the same devices, except the Redmi Y3 is a selfie-centric phone, and it has a 32MP selfie shooter as opposed to the 8MP shooter on the Redmi 7. Redmi Y3 will go on sale starting 30th April with a starting price of Rs. 9,999. Let's take a quick look at what these two phones have to offer - Redmi 7 © Mi Redmi phones in the past like the Redmi 5, Redmi 6, etc. have always been best-sellers for Xiaomi. Now, the company has launched the new Redmi 7, eyeing for the top spot in the same segment. The Redmi 7 has a 6.26-inch HD+ 'Dot Notch' display on the front, covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Apart from the affordable price tag, if there's anything that should attract you this phone, then it's got to be the looks. Xiaomi is calling it the Aura Smoke Design, and it looks absolutely beautiful. The phone comes in three colors i.e. Eclipse Black, Lunar Red, and Comet Blue. As for the specs, the Redmi 7 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 632 chipset and it comes in two variants. You can buy it with either 2GB RAM + 32GB storage or 3GB RAM + 32GB storage. You can expand the storage further up to 512GB via a microSD card. Both variants have IR blaster and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. © Mi The Redmi 7 sports a dual-camera setup at the back with 12MP + 2MP lens. On the front, there's an 8MP selfie shooter with features like AI Beautify 4.0 and AI Portrait mode. The phone also packs a 4,000 mAh battery. Redmi Y3 As mentioned earlier, the Redmi Y3 is more or less identical to the Redmi 7. It's got the same display, are powered by the same processor, and it looks just as beautiful as the Redmi 7. The only difference, as we mentioned earlier, is the selfie camera. Xiaomi Y series of phones have always been about selfies, and this one's no exception. © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla The Redmi Y3 sports a 32MP AI selfie camera. It's got features like EIS, palm shutter, Auto HDR, AI portrait mode, and more. The rear-camera setup, however, remains the same. It's also worth pointing out that the Redmi Y3 comes with more RAM and storage. The base variant of the Redmi Y3 packs 3GB RAM + 32GB storage. You can also choose to get the variant with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. Pricing & Availability The Redmi Y3 starts at Rs. 9,999, and you can also choose to spend Rs. 11,999 for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant. It'll go on sale starting 30th April on Amazon, mi.com and offline stores. More info on the Redmi 7 is incoming, so stay tuned.
  4. Period dramas are one of the most fascinating things on Earth. Period. I have always been intrigued by these dramas set in a time which we don't know very well. A better time in a sense, a simpler time for sure. Ever felt like it would have been such a better life had you been born in a different era? Ruminating about how things would have been had you lived in another period, another era. No school, no need to slog for hours on at an end on a computer for peanuts, idyllic hours where you can sit and relax and think about the complexities of life and ponder nature's mysteries. Glitzy parties with good-looking men and women, kings, queens, a lot of dancing, balls, huge mansions, pristine cottages, women in intricate gowns (wearing body-numbing corsets), men in suave suits. Articulate speeches (which rival your limited vocabulary), romances which knock you off your feet and make you feel whole, clandestine affairs which shouldn't be known to a soul. Oh, the beauty of it all! So, if you are a period drama enthusiast (read fanatic who tries to appear normal by using the term “enthusiast”), here are six shows which right up your alley: 1. Downton Abbey (2010-2015): © ITV Studios/ITV/Carnival Films Set in 1912, tragedy strikes the affluent Crawley family of Downton Abbey when their only heir drowns while aboard the Titanic. With no heir apparent to bequeath the title and the fortune to, except his daughter Mary (Michelle Dockery) who can't inherit as per law, the Earl of Grantham, Robert Crawley (Hugh Bonneville), has no other choice but to find the next heir. As a shock to the family, the heir happens to be a middle-class solicitor, Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens), Robert's third cousin (once removed), which doesn't go down well with the patrician family. Meanwhile, Robert's wife, Cora (Elizabeth McGovern), and Robert's mother, Dowager Countess Violet (Maggie Smith), unable to witness the years of Robert's meticulous work for Downton go down the drain, hatch a plan to challenge the rules of the will so that Mary may inherit the fortune as well as the estate. Parallelly, the series also focuses on the help, the servants of Downton Abbey, headed by the butler, Mr Carson and the housekeeper, Mrs Hughes and how they make the mansion a home for the people upstairs while dealing with their own problems. Spread over six seasons, the series intelligently includes momentous events from the early 20th century: the sinking of the RMS Titanic, the First World War, the Spanish Influenza, the Marconi Scandal, et al and how these events change the lives of the characters; rich and poor alike. An exquisite drama centring on the beauty of human relationships; because at the end of the day, everyone is human, social stature notwithstanding. USP: The exceptional cinematography is sure to take you back to the turn of the century. Splendid performances by the ensemble cast; everyone is perfect in their role! Maggie Smith as the Dowager Countess, Violet Crawley; with her acid tongue, cutting remarks and sarcastic wit encased in one-liners is a treat to watch. Penelope Wilton as Mrs Crawley and Maggie Smith make an iconic duo which only a few fictional pairs can match! No. of Seasons: 6 2. Mad Men (2007-2015): © Weiner Bros./Silvercup Studios/Lionsgate Television/AMC Centring on the mercurial rise of advertising in the early 1960s in America, this series focuses on the Madison Avenue firm “Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency” in New York. Enter the swinging sixties with glittering parties, scandalous affairs, fabulous fashion and excessive smoking as Don Draper makes his way in the bad, bad business of advertising. Featuring an ensemble cast, the series focuses on the lives of the characters, both personal and professional, mainly on Don Draper, as they traverse New York's bundling love for advertising. As we witness Don Draper's rise to becoming one of the best advertising minds of the era, his crumbling personal life with numerous affairs, punctuated with chain-smoking, adds to the drama. A case study in how the business world works, the series presents a new perspective on the era gone by, cleverly depicting the politics in the workplace and how people stop at nothing to achieve success. The 1960s also changed the perspective of the world regarding working women; they were no longer just the secretaries but moved on to better roles as managers and copywriters, as showcased by Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and Joan Holloway (Christina Hendricks). An epic drama which lays bare the real nature of humans: selfishness. The man-eat-man world is wonderfully portrayed through Don, who can go to any level to secure his position in the company and is unafraid to use his charm and aura for getting his way and things done. His need to succeed eventually leads him to a path of self-destruction and later, redemption. USP: The opening credits is a marvellous depiction of life; the rise and fall of humans. Jon Hamm as Don Draper makes a convincing 1950s man, the quintessential megalomaniac who can't let anyone get ahead of him in any aspect of his life. No. of Seasons: 7 3. The Tudors (2007-2010): © Reveille Eire/ Sony Pictures Television/ Showtime Networks A charming history lesson; written and produced by Michael Hirst, based on King Henry VIII and his unconventional lifestyle, The Tudors is a fictionalized version of the Tudor family's most notorious member, most importantly remembered for his multiple (six!) marriages and the changes he brought about in the manoeuvrings of the English Throne. Coursing through the life and times of Henry VIII, set in the 16th century, we follow him as he sets on the quest to make divorce legal in the eyes of the Roman Catholic Church, after falling in love with Anne Boleyn while being married to Katherine of Aragon. The series then focuses on the English Reformation; the separation of the Church of England from the papal authority and the eventual annulment of his marriage to Katherine. His relationship and treaties with the French kingdom and the intrigues of his court also form the crux of the series. The series also focuses on his term as king, the problems he had to face in order to retain his title and prove his effectiveness as king As we witness the various marriages and the aftermath of them, we get to see the human side of the oft-mentioned, infamous ruler. USP: The sensual tone of the show and the beatific locations will leave you spellbound; who could think that history could be so enticing? :P Jonathan Rhys Meyer's portrayal of King Henry VIII is commendable. Don't miss Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn, before she captivated our hearts as Queen Margery in 'Game of Thrones'! No. of Seasons: 4 4. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017-): © Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions/Amazon Studios/Amazon Video Comedy works because of two things: it's funny because it's true and it's funny until it happens to you. Midge Maisel's (Rachel Brosnahan) life is the perfect American Dream in the 1950s. Her slightly eccentric and funny disposition only adds to her charm. But her seemingly perfect life goes for a toss when her husband, Joel, leaves her for his secretary. Bewildered, confused and drunk, she ends up in a downtown café, The Gaslight, and does her first impromptu stand-up while being completely unaware of it and on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Midge wakes up to a talent she had been sleeping on for so many years. Guided by Susie (Alex Borstein), the perpetually angry bartender of The Gaslight, and armed with her exceptional humor and wit, she starts her new secret (from her strict Jewish family) life as a comedienne in the male-dominated stand-up scene of 1950s New York. Will she succeed? Only time will tell! USP: A beautiful, melodious soundtrack heavily influenced by Jazz, which will transport you back to 1950s New York. Rachel Brosnahan as “Miriam 'Midge' Maisel” is phenomenal, you need to see her to believe it. The way she owns the character is admirable and she makes you relate to Midge at the most primal level. The series drives home the fact that we always don't know what we are capable of until we are tested. The humour in the show is top-notch, the jokes are funny and organic, and the comedy timing of the characters is impeccable; a testament to Amy Sherman-Palladino's iconic style. No. of Seasons: 2 (Season 3 to be released in late 2019) 5. Anne with an E (2017-): © Netflix/CBC/Northwood Entertainment Based on the “Anne of Green Gables” books by Lucy Maud Montgomery, and produced by Moira Walley-Beckett, this drama is an updated and darker take on Anne Shirley Cuthbert. Anne (Amybeth McNulty) is over the moon when she finds out that she has been adopted by a family in Avonlea. But her happiness is short-lived as her adoptive guardians, brother-sister duo Matthew (R.H. Thomson) and Marilla (Geraldine James), refuse to take her in because they had asked for a boy from the adoption agency. Heartbroken, she pleads with them to keep her on because she doesn't want to return to the horror-filled memories of her past. Charmed by her loquacious nature, Matthew Cuthbert decides to add her to their family but is initially opposed by his sister who doesn't bode well with the creative pursuits of Anne. Eventually, Marilla gives in and they start their life as a family. The series then follows the adventures of Anne, as she moves on from her orphaned/social pariah status to becoming the darling of the village, courtesy of her creativity and presence of mind (things which had once made her ostracized). The series beautifully depicts the struggles of starting life anew, especially for a person who has never known love and how delightful human relationships can become over time with trust and love. USP: The series is not heavily dependent on the novels, deviating from the books to shed light on many relevant issues like racism (by introducing a black character who isn't part of the books), discrimination, sexual understanding, LGBTQ+ representation among others which are important in today's era. The performances by the lead cast, especially by Amybeth McNulty who plays Anne, are wonderful. The homely feel of the series is just one of its charming qualities. No. of Seasons: 2 (Season 3 to be released in mid2019) 6. Pride and Prejudice (1995): © BBC1 Based on the eternal love story by Jane Austen featuring the perfect dreamboat for women since 1813, Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy and the opinionated and intelligent Miss Elizabeth Bennet, the series is perhaps the best adaptation of the novel till date (Sorry Keira Knightley!). Mrs Bennet's sole ambition in life is to see her five daughters happily married into rich households. And she won't stop until she achieves that! When Mr Bingley, the new bachelor in town sets up home in the Netherfield estate near the Bennet's neighbourhood, Mrs Bennet pushes her eldest daughter Jane towards the gentleman who is smitten by her. Mr Bingley's friend, the mysterious and arrogant Mr Darcy (Colin Firth) takes an interest in the second daughter Elizabeth (Jennifer Ehle), but both seem to clash with respect to their ideals and their thinking, leading to verbal arguments and an intense dislike for each other. She thinks him to be too proud, he decrees her to be prejudiced. An ongoing battle of wits, peppered with dislike masking their true feelings, this period drama is what a typical romance ought to be. USP: Andrew Davies' stellar screenplay (especially the iconic lake scene :P). Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy. The series propelled Colin Firth to superstardom and a yardstick with which future portrayals of Mr. Darcy(s) would be judged. No one has even come close to Colin's portrayal, making him the living embodiment of Mr. Darcy. The intricately written episodes, with graceful and eloquent dramatization make the series a comforting safe haven in this ruthless world. :P No. of Seasons: 1 (Six Episodes) So, which one are you planning to watch?
  5. Netflix India Is lately expanding, with a lot of interesting regional content coming up for the audience. One such Marathi movie called '15th August' has already created a lot of buzz for its feel-good vibe and content. The trailer just came out and we have to say it's a breath of fresh air. This 'slice-of-life' movie is based on the residents of the Gandhi 'chawl' in Mumbai where they are forced to come together on Independence Day due to certain situations that get them together. One story has a couple dealing with the dilemma of the guy and his commitment issue, the other parallel story is about a young boy's hand being stuck in a hole in the ground. All the mayhem and mess get the residents to get together and help each other. While doing so, they face some innocent questions about their own lives and face their own truths. © Netflix The movie is produced by actress Madhuri Dixit and her husband, Dr. Sriram Nene. You can stream it on Netflix from 29th March.
  6. One of the worst terror attacks happened recently and took the lives of 49 people who were just praying peacefully at their place of worship, a place that was supposed to be safe for them. The Christchurch shooting in New Zealand happened yesterday and the tragedy has shaken the entire world. A gunman opened fire at two mosques which claimed the lives of 49 people and injured another 40. With so much emphasis being shed on how the shooter targetted a mosque that was completely peaceful, a Twitter user thought to bring light to the fact that every mosque is indeed peaceful. A place of worship is obviously a peaceful place, I mean it's kind of like a safe haven for people and the fact that someone targeted people while they were worshipping adds even more to the tragedy. Twitter user Rami Ismail called on the Muslim Community across the world to share their most ordinary and mundane experiences at a mosque and it gave birth to one of the most beautiful Twitter threads ever. Since several news networks emphasize that the mosques at the Christchurch shootings were #PeacefulMosques, as if most aren't: Hey muslims, tell me something painfully mundane and common at your mosque, whether you visit it five times a day or one time a year. Non-muslims, RT. — Rami Ismail (@tha_rami) March 15, 2019 He started it off. At my #PeacefulMosques, we used to have this 5-ish year old kid that would always run in front of everyone during prayer, and when he grew old enough to realize that was improper he stopped doing that and I actually kinda missed him messing up my prayer. — Rami Ismail (@tha_rami) March 15, 2019 The pigeons need a home. at my local mosque, the third floor has been abandoned and completely taken over by pigeons — abdullah (@ahmedinho_s) March 15, 2019 Who will complain about that? We hire security guards during Ramadan and have cops here every Friday. Over time, they just became part of our community. When we break fast, folks will take plates of food out to them and sit and eat with them, since they're usually missing dinner with their own families. — Haris Khan (@hariscodes) March 15, 2019 This is too cute to handle, tbh. When I went to my local mosque the other day, this little boy was feeding water to a thirsty cat â¤ï¸ #PeacefulMosques pic.twitter.com/Z5LDy87IH7 — Nishard (@iamnishard) March 15, 2019 Moms are the best! It always takes forever to find my sandals so if I go with my mom she'll make me carry my sandals in a plastic bag. — Fried Calamari watched Captain Marvel (@thehipstersquid) March 15, 2019 He must be a great teacher. After Quran lessons all of us would stand outside and wave to our teacher as he drove out of the parking lot. He was well loved! — countess bouchie flagrante ð¦ (@tweetsbybabz) March 15, 2019 More cats! A CAT!!! Pretty sure every mosque has a few inhabitant cats, strolling around, lazily lie itself during Friday prayer ð±pic.twitter.com/EJpr8A2vfa — Êá´É´á´á´Êá´ á´Êá´á´ (@alambentoo) March 15, 2019 The context makes it funnier. Ps: the written words are in Indonesian, it says, “Sleeping is prohibited inside the mosque” — Êá´É´á´á´Êá´ á´Êá´á´ (@alambentoo) March 15, 2019 A compromise. The battle of the thermostat in the ladies' prayer room. We compromised and the menopausal women now have a fan blasting in front of them. — Nida Nizami | Ùدا (@NidaNiz) March 15, 2019 Such a nice lesson on kindness for kids. I remember going to my #PeacefulMosques in eid with a bag of candy just so i can give it to other children, soon those children grow up to take my place in doing this kind stuff — farah (@afish4aday) March 15, 2019 I would've laughed out loud. In my #PeacefulMosque growing up, one time someone was standing a bit too far behind the line compared to the people beside him, and the dude behind him literally headbutted his bum while getting up from sujood. ð — Buhlyle (@itsSonOfAzad) March 15, 2019 Flowers are the best. There's always someone selling roses at my local mosque :) — Chad Toprak ð(@MrChad) March 15, 2019 That is so commendable. I'm a non believer but that did not matter to my local mosque when my house caught fire. They didn't care about anything but helping us. This is heartbreaking.#PeacefulMosques — Heather Brown (@springchikun) March 15, 2019 Just a simple act of kindness that makes a huge difference. Best thing was learning that a lot of tourists like us miss their ferry all the time & the mosque had a place of sleep for them simply out of kindness! — Ceylan (@lawvsmed) March 15, 2019 Exactly! I used to go to the mosque to just sit and think sometimes. Mosques are peaceful, that's the whole point. — t.exe (@gorizmi) March 15, 2019 This is so great. The way a hundred strangers will say “asalamualaikum” with a small smile before you take find a spot on the carpet to pray. The way people will ask not only how you are, but how is your mother, your father, your sister, your brother? The way you leave, loved. Every single time. — Farah (@far_ah_way) March 15, 2019 So much love. Our resident masjid grandma who would scold us when we failed to volunteer but also push us to the front of the line for Iftar during Ramadan. That's love right there. — Aliya Karim (@alumalu) March 15, 2019 Make space for everyone. "Brothers, please scoot forward, we have a lot of space here, so please make room for the people standing outside" — zeffykins (@zeffykins) March 15, 2019
  7. ‎مسافر نے کنویں سے پانی بھرتی عورت سے مانگ کر پانی پیا۔ ‎عورت مہذب، خوبصورت اور اپنے اطوار سے نہایت ہی بھلی اور معصوم سی لگتی تھی۔ ‎آدمی نے پوچھا؛ تم نے کبھی عورتوں کی مکاری کے بارے میں تو نہیں سُنا ہوگا؟ ‎عورت نے پانی بھرنا چھوڑا اور ایک اونچی دھاڑ مار کر اتنے زور سے چیخ و پُکار کرتے ہوئے رونا شروع کیا کہ گاؤں کے لوگ بھی اس کی آہ و پکار سُن لیں۔ ‎آدمی عورت کی اس حرکت سے خوفزدہ ہوکر بولا، ‎تم ایسا کیوں اور کس لئے کر رہی ہو؟ عورت نے کہا؛ تاکہ گاؤں والے آ کر تجھے قتل کر ڈالیں کیونکہ تو نے مجھے تکلیف دی ہے اور میرا دل دُکھایا ہے۔ آدمی گھگھیاتے ہوئے بولا؛ میری بات سُنو، ‎میں ایک مسکین اور اپنے کام سے کام رکھنے والا مسافر ہوں ، ‎میں بھلا کیونکر تمہیں تکلیف پہنچاؤں گا؟ ‎میں تو بس تمہاری معصومیت سے متاثر ہوا تھا تو پوچھ بیٹھا کہ تم نے تو یقیناً عورتوں کی مکاری کے بارے میں کبھی نہیں سُن رکھا ہوگا؟ ‎تم ایک مہذب اور حسین و جمیل عورت ہو، مگر میں خدا خوفی رکھنے والا انسان ہوں، ‎مجھے تم سے کیا لینا دینا کہ موقع پا کر تم سے بات کرنے کی خواہش کرونگا؟ ‎اس بار عورت نے اپنا مشکیزہ اُٹھا کر اپنے اوپر اُنڈیل کر اپنے آپ کو پانی سے تربتر کر لیا۔ ‎آدمی کی حیرت اس بار اور بھی دو چند ہوگئی۔ ‎پوچھا اب کیا ہوا کہ تُم نے اتنی محنت سے کنویں سے نکالا پانی اپنے اوپر ڈال کر اپنے آپ کو بھگو لیا۔ ‎ابھی یہ بات ہو ہی رہی تھی کہ گاؤں والے لوگ کنویں تک پہنچ گئے۔ ‎عورت نے اُن لوگوں کو بتایا کہ میں کنویں میں گر گئی تھی۔ ‎اور آج اگر یہ مُسافر یہاں نہ ہوتا اور مجھے باہر نا کھینچتا تو میں مر ہی گئی تھی۔ ‎لوگوں نے اس آدمی کے اس احسان کے بدلے اُسے گلے لگا کر شکریہ ادا کیا اور اُس کی ہمت و جوانمردی کا تذکرہ کرنے لگے۔ ‎گاؤں کے لوگوں کے ساتھ عورت واپس جانے لگی تو اس آدمی نے پوچھا، اپنی ان دونوں حرکتوں کے پیچھے تمہاری کیا حکمت و دانائی تھی یہ تو بتاتی جاؤ ! ‎عورت کہنے لگی کہ بس اسی طرح ہی ہر عورت ہوا کرتی ہے؛ ‎اگر اُسے اذیت دو گے تو تمہیں قتل کرا دینے سے کم پر راضی نہیں ہوگی۔اور اگر آُسے راضی اور خوش رکھو گے تو تمہیں بھی خوش و خرم رکھے گی۔ Translated Version Passengers ask for water recruitment from the wells, water beloved. The woman was civilized, beautiful and very good with her shortcomings and was innocent. The man asked; you have never heard about women's guile? The woman left the water and killed a high roar and started crying with so loud, that the people of the village would also listen to her sigh. The man said to be afraid of this move of the woman, Why are you doing this? The woman said; so that the village will kill you, because you have hurt me, and my heart is duḵھạy̰ạ. The man gھgھy̰ạtے said; my word is materialistic, I am a needy and a traveler to work with my work, How will I be able to hurt you? I was just impressed by your innocence, so ask, " you have never heard about women's guile You are a civilized and a beautiful woman, but I am a man who is going to be they, What do I want to do with you to get the chance to talk to you? This time the woman picked up his follows and pour her to her and trbtr her from water. The Man's surprise this time and also got two. Asked, " what is the matter with you that you pulled out the wells from the wells, the water took your top and gw yourself It was now that the people of the village reached the wells. The woman told them that I was fell in the wells. And today, if it was not here, and I would have been able to do so, I would have died. The people gave him a hug of this man, thank him, and he started to mention his courage. With the people of the village, the woman was going to go back, then the man asked, " what is your wisdom behind these two actions, so tell me! The woman said, " just like that every woman happened; If you hurt her , she will not be pleased to kill you, and if you are pleased and rejoice, you will be happy.
  8. Italy is probably the dream country for so many people, and the pizza and the wine are not the only excuses one might find. With clean air, serene beaches, beautiful people and a scenic view meant for your Instagram feed, life in Italy sure looks like a dream. View this post on Instagram . ð¼ Venice / August 2018 ð· Nikon D5600 / Nikon 18-140mm . #italy #venice #venise #canal #building #architecture #night #light #tour #water #travel #travelling #city #citylife #boat #roadtrip #town #sunset #europe #italia #bridge #rialto #sky #summer #landscape #photography #photooftheday #photographer #landscapephotography #history . A post shared by Lebegue Quentin (@q.lebegue.photography) on Jan 31, 2019 at 3:11am PST View this post on Instagram #italia #italy #firenze #florence #travel #travelphotography #иÑÐ°Ð»Ð¸Ñ #ÑлоÑенÑÐ¸Ñ #пÑÑеÑеÑÑвие A post shared by Marina Vorobyeva (@marinavorobyeva) on Jan 31, 2019 at 3:11am PST In the recent years, we have often read and heard about tiny Italian towns desperately calling out for company and offering money to people who're willing to relocate in those tiny, pretty villages. Now Locana, a tiny beautiful ghost town in Italy near the Turin region, has yet again offered the same. The government there is offering around 9000 Euros to anyone willing to relocate. That's approximately Rs. 73 lakh but then there's a catch there as well. The amount will be paid in a period of over 3 years, and the prerequisite for this is that you must be married with a kid (they want to populate the place with families). “Our population has shrunk from 7,000 residents in the early 1900s to barely 1,500 as people left looking for a job at Turin's big factories,” Locana's mayor Giovanni Bruno Mattiet told a newspaper. View this post on Instagram ð Get also inspired by: @morocco.vacations & @europe.vacations ð· Picture by: @ireneccloset ââââââââââââââââââââ ðLocation: #Burano #Veneto #Italy ð Chosen by: @the_romanian_traveler ââââââââââââââââââââ #⣠Tag your pictures with: #italy_vacations A post shared by Italy Vacations by HapTag® (@italy.vacations) on Jan 27, 2019 at 10:23am PST The people basically want you to relocate and run a business and make the place a living heaven all over again. Initially the offer was open just for the residents of Italy but the poor response has made them believe that people from other countries are also welcome to apply, if the applied conditions are fulfilled. Would you take up an offer like this? As dreamy as it may sound, in terms of practicality, I think it's logistically kind of impossible for us to move there permanently.
  9. Smartphone companies have been trying to innovate ever since Apple changed the game with the iPhone X and XS notch. Companies have been trying to incorporate the same or a smaller notch into their smartphones to make the experience less intrusive. Some smartphones like the Vivo Nex have a pop-up selfie camera while the OnePlus 6T has a water drop notch. Samsung introduced a punch-hole selfie camera on one of its smartphones and Honor took the next step by placing it on the top-left corner. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While the punch-hole screen may be the star attraction here, the smartphone also packs a punch when it comes to performance. Considering the price, the Honor View 20 has hit the ball out of the park with what all it can do. It's the first major smartphone launch of 2019 in India and what a start it has been. We've been using the Honor View 20 for almost three weeks as our daily device and here's what we think about the smartphone: Design and Display The Honor View 20 has a 6.4-inch punch-punch-hole Full HD+ LCD display and has a wider aspect ratio than other smartphones of the same size. The display has a resolution of (2,310 x 1,080 pixels) and has an aspect ratio of 19:25.9 © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The LCD screen is quite impressive given that it's the nearest competitor being the OnePlus 6T features an OLED panel. The only time we faced an issue with the display was when we tried to use it directly under the sun. That's an annoying problem with LCDs in general which is why some people prefer an OLED panel. Majority of the time, the display had great colour representation, viewing angels were strong and have a brightness level of 370 nits. The front-facing camera on the Honor View 20 is also not intrusive when it comes to the viewing experience. It took us a day or two to get used to the punch-hole camera as we often thought there was a smudge on the screen. This was simply because it was the first device we used with a camera setup like this. In time, we got used to the punch-hole camera display and made it harder to switch back to a smartphone with a notch. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In terms of design, the Honor View 20 is by far our favourite device by the Chinese company. It has a bright blue glass back phone that also as the letter “V” etched in the design. In fact, the V-Shaped pattern at the rear can catch the light and give a unique look from different angles. We love the bold blue colour as it is eye-catching and looks distinct from other smartphones. Build quality of the smartphone is also quite good as it has an aluminium frame with a premium finish. It has a 3.5mm jack (yay!) And a super fast fingerprint scanner at the back. Performance and Specifications The Honor View 20 is packed with quite a few components that make it Huawei Mate 20 Pro's younger brother. It is powered by the same Kirin 980 chipset (octa-core: 2x 2.6GHz, 2x 1.92GHz, 4x 1.8GHz) and is coupled with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. We got the 6GB/128 GB variant for review and it still managed to perform like a beast. The Kirin 980 chipset has primary and secondary cores that perform different tasks. These cores are complemented by 'mid' cores that help in conserving battery life and balance the workload. During our tests, the Honor View 20 scored 9588 in the multi-core test and 3308 single-core score test, respectively. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla That's even faster than the McLaren edition of the OnePlus 6T that has 10GB of RAM. It proves that RAM is not the only factor that contributes towards the speed of a smartphone —a common misconception in India. In terms of security, the Honor View 20 has a fingerprint scanner at the back that works blazingly fast and also has facial recognition. It works in a very rudimentary manner as it uses a punch-hole camera for scanning. Since it does not use has IR tracing, the Facial recognition feature is not as accurate as the Mate 20 Pro. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla We used the Honor View 20 to play games like PUBG, Command & Conquer Rivals and Asphalt and faced no issues in regards to gaming performance. We didn't experience any frame rate drops, connectivity or over-heating issues. In fact, we prefer using the Honor View 20 for our gaming needs over any other smartphone right now. That's simply because the punch-hole display provides more immersive experience. As for battery life, the Honor View 20 has a 4,000 mAh battery that easily manages to last more than a full day on moderate use. While gaming, the battery life would drop down to 16 hours which is quite impressive in our opinion. It is bundled with a 5V fast-charger which is fast enough to phone going in under an hour. It's not as fast as OnePlus' warp charge, but it's still fast enough to get regular top-ups. Camera © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Honor View 20 turns it up a notch in the camera department as well since it has a 48-megapixel snapper paired with a large sensor and an extremely quick f/1.8 aperture. It also has a TOF 3D stereo camera. It's the only smartphone in India that has resolution of that scale and the second smartphone in the world to do so. Sony's new IMX586 sensor is truly a beast and it often takes detailed and sharp images. Honor has also included an AI feature called “AI Ultra Clarity” which we are yet to test when Honor releases the update for Indian handsets. If you want a reference point, the View 20 outmatches the OnePlus 6T by a mile. Even the 25-MP selfie camera does a good job; however, we found some images to be a bit over-exposed and inaccurate with the bokeh effect. Here are some camera samples for your reference: View this post on Instagram Images shot using the #HonorView20. #smartphones #technology #technews A post shared by Akshay Bhalla (@editorinchief) on Jan 28, 2019 at 6:00am PST The Final Say The View 20 is by far the most powerful and beautiful smartphones ever made by Honor. It's the jack of all trades that can do everything a midrange flagship is supposed to do. It beats the OnePlus 6T in performance and photography and the punch-hole screen is a dream to use. It includes a headphone jack which is always a plus but lacks any form of water resistance. If you are looking for a smartphone that looks awesome but can also perform like a dream, the Honor View 20 is your purchase of the year.
  10. On days when our jawans are not fighting with all their might for our safety, they are just like any one of us, who love singing and dancing. Watching them showcase their skills and talent is a treat for us indeed. There are some movies which you can watch once or twice and then there are classics like 'Border', which you can never get bored with, no matter how many times you watch it. The movie's song 'Sandese Aate Hain' brings tears to our eyes, even today. Recently, we came across this video of a BSF Jawan singing that song, which is now going viral and speaks volumes about his exceptional talent and amazing singing skills. The jawan is seen singing the song beautifully, in what looks like a canteen as people continue to gather around him. मà¥à¤ à¤à¤ दिन à¤à¤à¤à¤à¤¾......à¤à¤¯ हिà¤à¤¦ð®ð³ Awesome voice of the @BSF_India solider.#FridayFeeling @gauravcsawant @majorgauravarya @DuttYogi @SunielVShetty @iamsunnydeol @TheSatishDua @atahasnain53 @AdityaRajKaul pic.twitter.com/YiXOlZowW8 — Anita Chauhan (@anita_chauhan80) January 11, 2019 Turns out the mystery soldier is Surinder Singh, who earlier appeared on Indian Idol 10 last year. Parivaar se pehle, sada joh duty aur desh ko maane, aaj aaya hai ek jawaan apni awaaz sunane. Miliye SURINDER SINGH se #IndianIdol season 10 par, Sat-Sun, raat 8 baje. #MausamMusicKa @iAmNehaKakkar @VishalDadlani @The_AnuMalik @ManishPaul03 pic.twitter.com/Jhrqpb6Rdy — Sony TV (@SonyTV) July 10, 2018 Anyone who's watching the video can't help but appreciate how soulful and emotional both the song and his voice is. Twitter is already saluting this jawan for his amazing vocals. Goosebumps Guaranteed. #Jaihind https://t.co/DyEp8NxF22 — Ramakanth Bollampalli (@ramub1985) January 12, 2019 He would be the TRUE one and his co brothers to have FELT each words they sang! Vande Mataram! — Venky (@Venky3812) January 11, 2019 i got goosebump while listening to him...so beautifully he sang that song.. — Sunil Kumar Nayak (@fabsunil) January 12, 2019 Legend doesn't need any caption @BSF_India Salute to you sir — Budania (@kulkuldeep143) January 12, 2019 Proud of you sir. BSF jai jawans. U people r the real heros of this nation. What a song I am in tears. — gangarahul (@gangarahul) January 13, 2019 ðð pic.twitter.com/nCMLjwwUIK — Mohammed Sharique (@shariquearmaan) January 14, 2019 No amount of words can ever suffice in expressing our gratitude towards the bravery, courage and selflessness of our soldiers; for putting their lives on the line to protect us from external threats.
  11. Honor, a sub-brand of Huawei has officially unveiled its latest smartphone of 2019 which has a punch-hole display and a 48MP primary camera. The smartphone also has a new glass pattern at the back which gives it a distinct yet beautiful look. © Honor The display on the Honor View 20 has as 6.4-inch FHD+ panel that has a punch-hole giving it a full display look. The punch-hole has a 25MP selfie sensor and a 48MP Sony IMX 586 primary shooter, that also as a 3D ToF sensor. Other key highlights include Link Turbo technology, Huawei's Kirin 980 SoC, 4,000 mAh battery and up to 8GB of RAM. It runs Android 9 Pie out of the box with the latest version of EMUI. Since the smartphone sports an LCD panel, it cannot use an in-display sensor and instead, has a fingerprint sensor at the back. In terms of design, the Honor View 20 uses a reflective laser etched “V” pattern on the back of the phone. It gives the smartphone a unique look and looks beautiful from the back as the pattern is lit up when the light hits the surface. It comes in two colours i.e Blue and Red. © Honor In terms of other specifications, the Honor View 20 will be available in two variants i.e. with 6GB and 8GB RAM. Internal storage will be offering in128GB and 256GB options. The phone will be powered by Huawei's proprietary Kirin 980 SoC with the 4 (2+2) Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.6GHz and 1.92 GHz respectively. The other 4 A55 cores will be clocked at 1.8GHz. © Honor The smartphone is expected to debut globally in January and will also be coming to India around the same time. The Honor View 20 will sell on Amazon.in exclusively. The smartphone will retail in India for CNY 2,999 ( Approx. Rs. 30,400) for the 6GB/128GB variant whereas the 8GB+128GB variant will retail for CNY 3,499 (roughly Rs. 35,500).
  12. Lenovo has been out of the smartphone game for a while, especially since the company's 2018 portfolio looks less than impressive. But that all will seem to change with Lenovo's latest offering that will turn some heads in the coming months. The smartphone in question is the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT that has some stellar specifications and even a greater design. © Lenovo The first thing you will notice is the display with zero bezels. Lenovo has opted to use a similar sliding design as the Honor Magic 2 where the front-facing camera and the earpiece is hidden in the body. The selfie camera and the earpiece will slide up whenever a user requires to use it. The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT will also be one of the first few smartphones that will have Qualcomm's 855 processor under the hood. The only other smartphone to feature the new chipset is probably going to be the OnePlus 7. The Z5 Pro GT is taking the game up a notch though as it will have 12 GB of RAM. That's the most amount of RAM we've ever seen on a smartphone yet. © Lenovo At launch, the Z5 Pro GT will come with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box with support for Android 9.0 Pie in the near future. Lenovo's move to launch a smartphone in 2019 with Android Oreo is definitely disappointing however we don't know yet how Android 9.0 Pie performs in tandem with the Qualcomm's new chipset. In terms of display, the Z5 Pro GT has a 6.39-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 Full HD. The smartphone has a 3,350 mAh battery powering it which is more than enough for full day use. The primary camera at the back has a dual lens setup with a 16-megapixel primary lens and a 24-megapixel secondary lens. There are also two front-facing camera lenses i.e. a 16-megapixel primary lens coupled with an 8-megapixel infrared lens for facial recognition. The Z5 Pro GT also has an in-display fingerprint sensor that can be used as an alternative way to unlock the smartphone. © Lenovo The smartphone will available to purchase in China from January 15th with two variants. The 6GB RAM version with 128GB of internal storage will cost 2,698 yuan (Rs 27,500 Approx). The 12GB RAM variant with 512GB storage will be way costlier as it will retail for 4,398 yuan (Rs 45,000 Approx). As of now, it isn't certain whether the smartphone will see a release in India but keep a lookout for MenXP Tech for more news on the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT.
  13. 2018 might be winding up quicker than we thought but the year saw some gorgeous, pretty and vibrant faces make waves on the TV screens with their performances. Here are the hottest TV actresses who, besides ruling the telly world, ruled our hearts as well: 1. Jennifer Winget This gorgeous lady looks divine and is arguably one of the finest actresses that Indian television has seen. She wowed the audiences in her negative outing with her last serial 'Bepannah' and one could not help but fall in love with her looks and acting at the same time. View this post on Instagram On an average I fall in love 7 times a year. Only 6 times, it's with shoes. Shoe Love is True Love. Must explain why I have 6 different pairs of these comfy #SkecherStreet Hi-lites beauts from @skechersindia A post shared by Jennifer Winget (@jenniferwinget1) on Sep 8, 2018 at 9:37pm PDT View this post on Instagram The Delhi leg of promotions for Bepannah -today! #bepannaahloveâ¤ï¸ A post shared by Jennifer Winget (@jenniferwinget1) on Mar 11, 2018 at 12:47am PST 2. Anita Hassanandani She has been on the TV screens for more than a decade and her pretty face makes her look glorious on the screen. She wowed the audience with her character in 'Nagin' this year. View this post on Instagram To have friends with photography talent.... blessing ð @aditi_bhatia4 A post shared by Anita H Reddy (@anitahassanandani) on Oct 27, 2018 at 6:46am PDT View this post on Instagram It's finally here, @mobiistar_india I'm so thrilled to announce that my new selfie friend #MobiistarX1Dual is now out in the market! It has a dual front camera of 13MP+8MP, and comes at an attractive price that lets you take dazzling selfies! Because now, it's your #TimeToShine! What are you waiting for, guys? Go grab them at your nearest stores! Here's my #Mobiistar selfie. And I am loving it! A post shared by Anita H Reddy (@anitahassanandani) on Aug 1, 2018 at 1:04am PDT 3. Krystle D'souza She has been on the TV circuit for over seven years now and with every passing year, this lovely actress keeps getting more and more gorgeous. View this post on Instagram Sundayðð♥ï¸ A post shared by Krystle D'souza (@krystledsouza) on Nov 24, 2018 at 7:43pm PST View this post on Instagram Are you pumped for I NEED YA ? #ineedya #excitedmeinedda @sonymusicindia A post shared by Krystle D'souza (@krystledsouza) on Nov 21, 2018 at 3:21am PST 4. Surbhi Chandna She is currently being seen in a serial called 'Ishqbaaz' and her beauty will make anyone fall in 'ishq' with her. View this post on Instagram An hour and a half to go for the BIG NIGHT TONIGHT on @starplus #starparivaarawards2018 at 8 PM LensMan ð¸ @paragsavla A post shared by Surbhi Chandna (@officialsurbhic) on Nov 4, 2018 at 5:02am PST View this post on Instagram Bhartiye Naari A post shared by Surbhi Chandna (@officialsurbhic) on Oct 16, 2018 at 3:48am PDT 5. Hina Khan The docile Akshara bahu to now the hot Komolika, this sultry actress is going to rule hearts for a long time we are guessing! View this post on Instagram Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable! â¨ð ð¸ @tanmay_studio Styled by @kansalsunakshi Outfit @lavanyacoodly Earrings: @paromapopat #NewBeginnings A post shared by Hina Khan (@realhinakhan) on Nov 25, 2018 at 2:46am PST View this post on Instagram It's always necessary to acknowledge an opportunity. Almost a year back when I had this opportunity i had to face a lot of challenges but looking at each challenge as a new opportunity in itself each time to prove yourself is a true winners attitude, of course it helps you while you're inside the house but it actually matters when you come out. I did my best when I was inside and continue to do so in my life outside. I wish , hope and pray that everyone from this season of BB become achievers in their respective paths as real winners of real life. Glad and privileged to be present at their starting point in this journey that awaits them both inside and outside the house. @colorstv #BiggBoss12 #SherrKhan . ð @prem_thelabel ð @minerali_store ð @zara Styled by @kansalsunakshi A post shared by Hina Khan (@realhinakhan) on Sep 17, 2018 at 4:43am PDT 6. Mouni Roy She has now forayed into Bollywood but shall always remain the OG hottie of the telly world. View this post on Instagram #ThunderPurple on my mind with the all-new radiant #OnePlus6T Win this dazzling smartphone, go follow @OnePlus_India to be eligible. #UnlockTheSpeed A post shared by mon (@imouniroy) on Nov 14, 2018 at 12:37am PST View this post on Instagram dreams of love, laughter & dancing , lots of dancing....â¤ï¸ Last of the festivities! A post shared by mon (@imouniroy) on Nov 9, 2018 at 10:42am PST 7. Nia Sharma She has constantly been on the list of the hottest Asian women in the world; so obviously she is on our list as well. View this post on Instagram How would you define life without Instagram ATM? #curiosities A post shared by Nia Sharma (@niasharma90) on Nov 19, 2018 at 11:59pm PST View this post on Instagram Happppyyyyyyyyyyy Diwaliiiiiiiiiiiððððððð ... may ur diwali be as lit as the 'rise' Instagram filter. A post shared by Nia Sharma (@niasharma90) on Nov 7, 2018 at 3:07am PST 8. Erica Fernandes She is the new Prerna for the second season of 'Kasauti Zindagi Kay' and our heart's 'prerna' for some love as well! View this post on Instagram A post shared by ERICA FERNANDEZðµ (@erica_farnandez10) on Nov 11, 2018 at 3:30am PST View this post on Instagram A post shared by ERICA FERNANDEZðµ (@erica_farnandez10) on Oct 26, 2018 at 11:15pm PDT
  14. Everyone's favourite dreamy couple, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh tied the knot recently in a wonderfully private ceremony that took place in Lake Como, Italy. View this post on Instagram â¤ï¸ A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Nov 15, 2018 at 6:36am PST The wedding is basically what dreams are made of. They look gorgeous and the rituals happened according to Konkani customs followed by an 'Anand Karaj' ceremony as well. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Nov 20, 2018 at 3:01am PST The 'Anand Karaj' ceremony pictures are beautiful, like absolutely unreal! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Nov 20, 2018 at 3:32am PST View this post on Instagram A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Nov 20, 2018 at 3:32am PST The perks of being so good looking and the most sought out actors in the industry is that your wedding pictures look straight out of a movie! Here's wishing the gorgeous couple a wonderful life ahead.
  15. Samsung's next flagship smartphone is expected to launch in a few months however that does not keep details from leaking. According to a report from Korea, the Galaxy S10 is expected to have a design that every manufacturer will strive to achieve. © Twitter/VenyaGeskin1 The Galaxy S10 is expected to have one of the most beautiful screens on a smartphone ever as Samsung has already teased the Infinity-O Display. It's basically a screen that will zero bezels and a tiny dot/hole at the top centre that will house the selfie camera. Korean website, TheElec claims that the screen will have a zero-bezel OLED panel and will have two holes that will have the camera and an infrared sensor. Other sensors, that are generally in the notch or top bezels, will be under the screen to give the smartphone a uniform look. The report adds that Samsung is using diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers to drill holes in displays. Samsung is also busy creating a new user interface that would accommodate these holes. UI tweaks will include displaying information on the left and right side of the hole such as single strength, carrier name, battery percentage and more. © Twitter The report also adds that Apple may adopt a similar screen for future iPhones as Samsung manufactures OLED panels for the Cupertino giant. It's not confirmed whether Apple would drop the notch design as the company uses Face ID and 3D facial recognition for unlocking the smartphone and use other features like Animoji. It's unlikely that Apple will opt for a screen design similar to the Galaxy S10 as the notch have an array of components essential for Facial recognition. Source: TheElec
  16. There's no doubt OnePlus makes beautiful smartphones that also happen to cost less than the next flagship smartphone. The OnePlus 6T was able to implement an all-screen design effectively with a very small notch and an in-display fingerprint sensor. Now that the sensor at the back has been removed, the smartphone looks even sexier than ever before. In fact, the Thunder Purple colour has stolen the show for us as it is probably the most beautiful colour we've ever seen on a smartphone. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla This variant of the smartphone is now available to purchase and we got some time to spend with this model. The purple finish is definitely eye-catching and also stands out in the crowd. It changes colour ever so slightly each time light is reflected from a different angle — making it even more interesting than any generic colour. While using the device we often found ourselves staring at the colour in different lighting conditions and not getting bored even for a second. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla When it comes to specifications, it remains the same as other models with a 6.4-inch display (2,340 x 1,080 resolution), teardrop notch, 6MP-and 20MP cameras, Snapdragon 845 processor, Snapdragon 845 processor and an in-screen fingerprint scanner. It has a 3,700 mAh battery and Android 9 Pie out of the box. If you want to read a detailed review of the OP6T, you can read our opinion here. Availability and Price © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The Thunder Purple version of the OnePlus 6T is a limited edition smartphone by the Chinese company and is available to purchase from today (November 16th). It only comes in one configuration i.e with 8GB RAM and 128 GB of Internal storage and can be bought for Rs 41,999.
  17. The wedding pictures are out from Lake Como, and it was well worth the wait! Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone may have absolutely driven everyone to madness by making people wait for so long just to catch a glimpse of them as a married couple, but these pictures totally make up for it. Two weddings and two pictures were all that it took to make everyone scream out loud – and I mean that literally, because of the chaos in our office right now – and the excitement that has taken over. View this post on Instagram â¤ï¸ A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Nov 15, 2018 at 6:36am PST Yes, Ranveer is hard to outshine, especially when he's the groom, but our girl DP out here knows how to steal the limelight. No offence to anyone but she's the best looking here, the most gorgeous, the most beautiful...basically, every other nice adjective out there. Just look at her! View this post on Instagram â¤ï¸ A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Nov 15, 2018 at 6:36am PST What a stunning bride, it almost makes up for the fact that she broke everyone's heart by getting married! Instagram Ranveer is a lucky man and he surely knows it! Instagram In short, Deepika exceeded our expectations, obviously, and brb...need to go cry over her bridal beauty. (We'll update the story as soon as more pictures come)
  18. Forget every other cricket player for a second, the man of the hour is Prithvi Shaw and no one can seem to stop talking about him. Saying that he played brilliantly against West Indies would be an understatement, I mean, he just became the 15th Indian cricketer to score a century in his debut Test match. Moreover, the 18-year-old achieved the huge feat at the opening day of the first Test against the West Indies at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot today, but everyone already knows that. ð¯ðð Take a bow, @PrithviShaw #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/3ttCamlAcl — BCCI (@BCCI) October 4, 2018 Shaw also became the second youngest Indian ever to score a Test century, just right behind the legendary Sachin Tendulkar. I feel like having your name up there with someone like Sachin is an achievement in itself. It was the perfect occasion for all desi cricket fans to get together and celebrate this achievement. Bohot dum hai. It's been the Shaw show. Congratulations Prithvi Shaw, abhi toh bas shuruaat hai , ladke mein bahut dum hai #IndvWI pic.twitter.com/obEcSylvCV — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 4, 2018 Wonderful, indeed. Wonderful century on debut for Prithvi Shaw. Great to see a 18 year old go out and play his natural game. Got a bright future. #IndvWI pic.twitter.com/e86XPsg6ho — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) October 4, 2018 Couldn't dream of a better debut. What a moment! 18 years of age, debuting for India's test cricket squad and scores a century! ð¯ Well done Prithvi Shaw! #INDvWI @PrithviShaw — Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) October 4, 2018 A round of applause. Congratulations to Prithvi Shaw for a hundred on debut. Love the fact that he can score at a strike rate of 100 just batting instinctively without looking to over attack or by taking risks. ðð��ð#PrithviShaw — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) October 4, 2018 Everyone just knows he has a bright future. Fantastic achievement by young #Prithvishaw Hundred on Debut and going strong,showing good temperament and positive approach #INDvsWI — zaheer khan (@ImZaheer) October 4, 2018 Yes, exactly. Lovely to see such an attacking knock in your first innings, @prithvishaw! Continue batting fearlessly. #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/IIM2IifRAd — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) October 4, 2018 Hashtag throwback? Ladies & Gentlemen, Meet our one of the Opener, Prithvi Shaw.âºï¸ #IndvWI pic.twitter.com/nywZvquCQA — Monica (@monicas004) October 4, 2018 He sure has. Wow .. 18 yrs old @PrithviShaw .. Test ð¯ on debut .. Looks like #India have another superstar that has arrived on the scene !!! #INDvWI — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) October 4, 2018 Hard work always pays off. Lost his mother at the age of 4, Father shut his company to take him on 90-min journey to & fro school. Hard work pays off Made test debut at 18 & scored maiden century . Stance , temperament , shot selection, perfection Prithvi Shaw what a player ! The Flawless#INDvWI pic.twitter.com/xzv6rDw0wv — R i s h i ð®ð³ (@Rishi__1) October 4, 2018 Yep. This boy is class and a lambi race ka ghoda- Prithvi Shaw. So good to watch #IndvWI — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) October 4, 2018 Well played a very young man. Hundred on debut for shaw.#INDvWI pic.twitter.com/y4QtStkFsm — Akki (@CrickPotato1) October 4, 2018 Maybe. Before Rajkot, the last time West Indies played a Test in India, Sachin Tendulkar bowed out of international cricket Nearly five years later, Prithvi Shaw makes his international debut against the same teamhttps://t.co/fhLJxxFXWp #INDvWI #TheNextSachinð¤ pic.twitter.com/XSykpIXPKG — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) October 4, 2018 So impressive! Prithvi Shaw: Century on Ranji debut! Century on Duleep debut! Century on Test debut! Welcome to International Cricket — Broken Cricket (@BrokenCricket) October 4, 2018 He sure did. He came, he Shaw, he conquered ð¯ðð#PrithviShaw — Gaurav Kapur (@gauravkapur) October 4, 2018 Oh no. Prithvi Shaw makes a century on his debut. #IndvWI pic.twitter.com/UTfxUnvwYY — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) October 4, 2018 Very proud. Aakash Chopra was a down-to-Prithvi opener. And for Prithvi Shaw, Aakash is the limit.#ProudOfMyHindiKnowldge — Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) October 4, 2018 Simple and spot on. View this post on Instagram Century on Ranji debut, century on Duleep, century on Test debut. KUDOS ððð A post shared by All India Bakchod (@allindiabakchod) on Oct 4, 2018 at 12:34am PDT
  19. While watching a 'masala' pop movie is loved by all of us and re-runs of 'K3G' is like a Sunday jam we play on repeat, can we, for a moment, please praise the movies which are made in some of the most beautiful corners of this country and deserve our dire attention? It gives us immense pleasure in telling you that our official entry for the Oscars is not a big budget, 100-crore scraping movie, but a wonderfully made Assamese film called 'Village Rockstars'. The movie is helmed by Rima Das and follows the story of a 10-year-old boy who dreams of forming his own band and playing guitar. The movie also won a national award in the 'best feature film' category and won many accolodaes across the globe. With tears of joy and a feeling of pride, I humbly accept this news. #VillageRockstars is India's official entry for the #Oscars ! Let that sink in ð https://t.co/CoprRkBT50 — rima das (@rimadasFilm) September 22, 2018 Congratulations have been pouring in for the team for this happy piece of news. Selecting Village Rockstars was a well-calculated decision, because it ticks every box. It's a film rooted in India, has an international appeal and works beautifully at every level-@ananthmahadevan https://t.co/fW4x372O6H — Fenil Seta (@fenil_seta) September 23, 2018 Huge congratulations to @rimadasFilm for her film #VillageRockstars being selected as India's Entry to #Oscars2019.. How proud I am of you Rima ðððð¤ð¤ first after a long a film worthy has been selected. Thanks to the Selection Committee. — Adil hussain (@_AdilHussain) September 22, 2018 Congratulations to the talented (and funny) @rimadasFilm! Her lovely film Village Rockstars is India's entry for the Oscars. More power to you Rima. — Vaishali Sinha (@VaishaliSinha) September 22, 2018 I still remember my conversation with @rimadasFilm at @Festival_Cannes I had seen pieces of #VillageRockstars and told her and @siffcy @Jitendra_siffcy that its a matter of time when you will walk up to the #Oscar19 and change the World. â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ https://t.co/2DMiKUaLcZ — Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) September 22, 2018 Finally a movie which captures the essence of our roots and tells a narrative straight out of the interiors of our country will represent us. Looks like cinema is evolving now!
  20. A father and son share a rather inscrutable equation, which is often regarded as a rocky terrain to tread by both the parties, mostly once the son attains adulthood. While it is believed that a son shares a much deeper bond with his mother, what is often left unsaid is that a son and a father continue to share a bond that isn't marked by an overt display of affection or endearments, and yet each remains in the other's thoughts and prayers. Dads give it off to you when you become unruly, they have your back all along the wobbly patch of life and they always shadow you, keeping a watch out and a step forward, even before you can form the sentence to call out for help. A son might not always express what his father means to him, but continues to hail him as his personal hero, even as he challenges his father's orders or argues over other issues of lesser importance. No matter the disagreements and clashes in their point of view, he always acknowledges his father's presence and importance in his life. While there have been numerous, successful movies in Bollywood that have captured the myriad shades of this relationship, we picked 5 recent Bollywood films that have managed to do justice to the father-son dynamics. 1. 102 Not Out (2018) © SPE Films India '102 Not Out' is quintessentially the best representation of how a father-son dynamic remains at the very roots, even after both of them enter the twilight of their lives. A father, without ever making it obvious, selflessly continues to look out for his son and love him from afar. Though misunderstandings loom large even at this stage of their lives, love ultimately triumphs over the petty tussles. Before Dattatraya departs from this life, he ensures that Babu lives a full life, free of life's drudgeries and finds ways of remaining happy after his father is gone. 2. Sanju (2018) © Rajkumar Hirani Films It is common knowledge that Sanjay Dutt has always shared a rocky relationship with his father for a number of reasons. Yet, Sanjay Dutt continued to regard his father as an almighty saviour. 'Sanju' beautifully captures all the bumps that marked their relationship, be it fighting against his father's opinions on his acting skills or not living by his father's ideologies. Yet, when life brought him to the edge, he turned to his father for help and Sunil Dutt continued to place his faith and hope on his son regardless of the shortcomings. 3. Mulk (2018) © Benaras Media Works This may not come across as an ideal father-son relationship but on a closer look, Bilaal Ali Mohammed's portrayal of Shahid's father significantly captures a father's innate essence. He depicts a father who places undying trust and faith on this son he has reared and would move mountains to protect and love. Bilaal continuously tried to bring Shahid back from devil's side and onto the path of repentance, but when he realises there remains no coming back for his son, he literally gives up on Shahid, thereby exhibiting a father's wrath in the truest sense. 4. Chef (2017) © T-Series 'Chef', the official Bollywood remake of the Hollywood movie by the same name, is the story of Roshan Kalra who is a Michelin star chef at New York's Gulli restaurant. Having gotten fired from his job, he has to come back home to his son and wife in Kochi. The trip helps Roshan to mend his relationships that had gone sour, especially his bond with his son. This story beautifully charts out how the duo reclaims and rediscovers their relationship, which ends up changing their lives and they set out on a culinary journey together. 5. Dear Dad (2016) © Peppermint Studios A coming of age movie in the truest sense, this one explores how a young son steps up to stand by his father's side, much against the inner conflict he faces. Based on a difficult subject, the story follows the son's battles of coming to terms with his father's sexuality. It truthfully showcases how testing situations can become when family becomes the one to hurt you and how you make peace with the reality of the situation. If you haven't already, be sure to watch these movies at the earliest.
  21. Humanity is the biggest religion they say and every day, where the world is being divided on the basis of communal lines, there are a few examples which make us believe that there is still hope for people to co-exist. A viral video of a Muslim man offering namaz in a Gurudwara is currently doing the rounds on social media and people can't help but be amazed. The video was posted on Facebook and while the comment section had some people raise questions about this, the majority of the comments were only about harmony, love and tolerance towards our fellow brothers. © Facebook © Facebook The video is from a Gurudwara in Malaysia.
  22. You have heard her sing the super hit song 'Jaani' and we are sure you've also been grooving to the hit 'Tere Naal Nachna', also sung by her. We are currently crushing hard on the Punjabi 'Patola' Sunanda Sharma, and can you blame us? Duet with @sunanda_ss A post shared by O.N.E. â¶ï¸ 17.8.18 (@badboyshah) on Jul 9, 2018 at 10:34am PDT She has made her way into Bollywood with not just this party song, but also with Diljit's 'Sajjan Singh Rangroot'. VE KUDIYAN UDEEKAN PEENGHAN TEEJð VE FIRDAUSIA ð Es gaane nu shoot karde tym mann bhareya bhareya e reha c set teð @rajranjodhji veera ðð» A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Mar 28, 2018 at 10:13pm PDT SACHI GAL TAN EHE AA, K HUN TUHANU MAINU DEKHAN DI AADAT PAI GAYI AAâºï¸ JEETI ♥ï¸ A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Mar 25, 2018 at 1:07am PDT Her stunning simplicity has bowled us over, and she looks like the 'girl-next-door' we all wish we had SANU DHARTI MILI HAI PYAAR DI♥ï¸ HALE SARA AKAASH BAAKI HAI ð A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Mar 4, 2018 at 3:06am PST Don't be scared to be ALONEðð¼ GOALS ARE PERSONAL ð¤ð» A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on May 28, 2018 at 10:36am PDT She started off by uploading covers on YouTube and in no time, became a rising star before being noticed by the big names in the industry. Tommorow - Tommorow - eh tommorow ki hai ? Eh ta tommorow e pata laguga na ð¤¦ð»‍âï¸ðð¼‍âï¸ A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Jul 28, 2018 at 8:53am PDT DON'T DOUBT, DON'T POUT, FIGURE IT OUT .âð» A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Jul 25, 2018 at 3:42am PDT 1800 comments ð¬ð¬ as a answer to my question that should i make a dance cover for my song “TERE NAL NACHNA “ and u guys said “YES”ðð»ðð»ðð» so , i will post the dance cover very soon. ððð A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Jul 21, 2018 at 9:58am PDT Her beauty lies in her innocence which shows on her gorgeous face. These pictures shows the impact of Happy thoughts going on in my mind ..â¨ð« Rate this out of 10?ð¤ A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Jun 24, 2018 at 6:54am PDT Kuch bhi ho jaye,, Bas khush raho ððð¼ A post shared by Sunanda Sharma (@sunanda_ss) on Jun 7, 2018 at 5:10am PDT If you haven't heard her latest track, then check it out here:
  23. Honor announced the complementary device to Honor 9i earlier this month, that essentially looks similar to its predecessor. The device in question is the Honor 9N that has a full view display, four cameras and 2.5D glass on the front and back. © Akshay Bhalla At first glance, the smartphone looks stunning and has a notch just like the iPhone X. In terms of specifications, the smartphone has incremental upgrades with a few changes in design to give a fresh look. The Honor 9N is powered by the Kirin 659 processor, which is the same SoC as the Honor 9i and 7x. We used the smartphone for a couple of weeks and here are our final thoughts about the smartphone: Design © Akshay Bhalla The one thing Honor smartphones are known for, are its exemplary design and the Honor 9N is no exception to that rule. The smartphone gets full marks for being able to deliver a smartphone with a premium body for a relatively cheap price. The Honor 9n is definitely a head turner thanks to the glass rear and scintillating colours. Our favourite is the Robin Egg Blue variant and is probably the most distinct looking smartphone we've seen in a while. © Akshay Bhalla The smartphone is quite light and easy to hold, thanks to better ergonomics while the fingerprint sensor can be accessed easily at the rear of the phone. Display © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9N comes with a noted display which can be turned off if you're not a fan of this look. The device has an FHD+ LCD display and has a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The LCD quality is on point and is probably the best you can get on a smartphone with a starting price of Rs 11,999. The display has crisp tones and vivid colours you would expect from an LCD panel. You can also change the settings of the display if you prefer warmer tones. The display is also quite bright which was not expected from a budget smartphone. We could easily read everything on the display even under direct sunlight. It even has a reading mode for users who tend to spend a lot of time reading the news and comic books on the phone. Performance © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9n is powered by Kirin 659 SoC which has been previously seen in other Honor and Huawei smartphones. In terms of performance, the smartphone did lag a bit during the course of our review and would often freeze up when playing games that would require to draw more power from the chipset. It would perform well on less intensive games like 'Super Mario Run' and 'Temple Run 2'. One could easily notice framerate drops while playing games like PUBG and 'Asphalt'. © Akshay Bhalla In terms of battery life, the smartphone packs a 3,000 mAh battery, which in our opinion, is enough for a full day usage. Ample phone calls, navigation, content viewing and gaming and the Honor 9n still managed to have 30% of battery left towards the end of the day. The battery lasted longer than what we expected and is commendable, given that it worked fluidly with the chipset. Camera The camera on the Honor 9n is where the smartphone seriously lacks some punch. The phone has a dual camera setup with a 13 MP f/2.2 aperture primary lens, along with a 2 MP sensor meant for capturing the depth of field. Even though it sounds like a kickass camera in terms of specifications, it still needs a lot of fine-tuning. © Akshay Bhalla The camera did not perform consistently in our opinion, where the dynamic range would not be as accurate as expected. In terms of normal photography, the image would often turn out to be overexposed and the same could be said about the selfie camera as well. Here are a few images below for reference: I wasn't too impressed by the #Honor9n camera. A post shared by Akshay Bhalla / Høax (@editorinchief) on Aug 6, 2018 at 3:36am PDT The Final Say © Akshay Bhalla The Honor 9n retails in India for Rs 11,999, which is not a bad price considering its performance and design. Having said that, the camera on the phone does feel a bit under par considering its competition in the same segment. The chipset is not exactly what you would expect in a smartphone this year, but it's still not as outdated as other devices with older components.
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