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  1. Arguably one of the most iconic teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Mumbai Indians struggled to get going despite boasting of a star-studded in the early years of the tournament. The team was knocked out of the tournament in the league stages in 2008 and 2009, then came close to winning the title in 2010 before losing the final. The next two years saw them reaching the Play-off stages, but the IPL trophy was still nowhere in sight. Their hunt for the elusive IPL title finally came to an end in 2013 when they defeated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the summit clash. Since then, Mumbai have claimed two IPL trophies in five years to notch up joint most title wins in the history of the competition. But, last season was far from what you'd ideally expect from a three-time IPL champion like Mumbai. © Twitter With eight losses in 14 matches, Mumbai failed to reach the Play-offs with just 12 points and fifth position to show for their efforts. One of the major reasons for Mumbai's downfall last season was their middle-order whose instability was thoroughly exploited by the opposition teams. The middle-order batsmen failed to step up in crunch situations which reflected in Mumbai's majority of last-over losses last season. But, there is nothing like learning from your mistakes and making necessary changes to avoid them in future. And, Mumbai did exactly that when they brought Yuvraj Singh at his base price of Rs 1 crore at the 2019 IPL Auctions. And, while many raised eyebrows at Yuvi's signing, Mumbai's director of operations, Zaheer Khan, believes his former teammate will have a big impact this season. Start your Monday by watching @YUVSTRONG12 walk down the Wankhede stairs and talk about the 2011 @ICC World Cup ðð#CricketMeriJaan #OneFamily pic.twitter.com/pNysQP5BPp — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 18, 2019 "Bringing in Yuvraj in the squad has been a boost because of the match-winning ability he has. In our discussions leading up to the auctions, we had identified that we need experienced batsmen who can control the game in the middle. Since Rohit has decided to open, we need that experience in the middle order and who's better than someone like Yuvraj Singh," Zaheer revealed. ð£ "MI has done a phenomenal job in giving so many cricketers to #TeamIndia" ð®ð³ ð¹ | Full pre-season press conference: https://t.co/kERZNTZgC3#CricketMeriJaan @ImRo45 pic.twitter.com/74OkSlStQS — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 20, 2019 With Yuvi in the fold, Mumbai will have an experienced campaigner who is more than capable of steering through the middle-order. Whether Yuvraj will be able to repay the faith shown by Mumbai in him this season or not, the Rohit Sharma-led brigade will surely be eager to make amends for the last season as they kickstart their campaign against revamped Delhi Capitals on 24th March.
  2. So, bird racing is a sport… right? And a really popular one at that, especially in China where the idea of birds competing in long-distance races makes people drop whatever they are doing and watch the Aves go head to head. That's alright, we aren't judging. It is a free world and people have the right to love and feel passionate about whatever it is that makes their blood rush. What we are concerned about is how far can that passion take a man. PIPA, an online portal that sells racing pigeons, hosted an auction that ran for two straight weeks, during which they put up Armando, the Belgian city dove, known for his accurate sense of direction and strong wings, on the auctioning booth and the world went mental. In the five years of his existence, Armando, under the care of his trainer Joël Verschoot, 63, has gotten a reputation of being called the 'Lewis Hamilton of pigeons' and finds tricky weather conditions to be a “piece of cake” according to Verschoot's brochure. According to his former master, Armando has been ranked number 1 in bird races for two back to back years (2017 and 2018) and was the best pigeon to have travelled across Europe for competition in 2018. © PIPA His glory was surely known to the world, more specifically in China which saw nearly half a dozen enthusiasts bidding for the champion. With hourly bids rising by €100,000 the final bid worth €1,252,000 (Rs 10 Crores, approx.) came in a couple of minutes before the closing to the auction at midnight last Sunday, according to The Guardian. “The two Chinese had told me in advance that they absolutely wanted Armando,” Verschoot said after the auction. “But I didn't see this coming. This is a crowning glory of all those years in the pigeon sport. The icing on the cake.” As reported by the Press Association, Nikolaas Gyselbrecht, the founder and chief executive of Pipa, said: “This pigeon has a race record that has never been matched by any other pigeon… In football terms you have Messi and Ronaldo — it's that level.” Armando, who is nearing his retirement, will be made to breed with a “high quality hen” that is already waiting in China after being purchased for a huge amount of money. Twitter was unable to get its mind to accept the fortune of Joël Verschoot, the bird-keeper, who is literally a 'crorepati' now. The reason aliens haven't invaded yet #Armando#pigeon — Aaron Gonsalves (@AaronFIFA123) March 19, 2019 Lionel Messi of the pigeon world sells for £1,000,000 https://t.co/3MFdiA2yWX — E.Pagnotta (@OmniAlphaOmega) March 20, 2019 Armando, a racing pigeon in Belgium compared to Messi and Ronaldo, has sold for a world-record £1 million at auction. GOAT talk. pic.twitter.com/mRoLdpMsmr — B/R Football (@brfootball) March 19, 2019 Armando is a pigeon Armando is from Belgium Armando has been branded the Lewis Hamilton of pigeons Armando had been sold for £1,000,000 — Jonsta (@Jonsta1990) March 19, 2019 Someone bought a pigeon for $1.4 million. His name is Armando. The pigeon, not the buyer. Congrats Armando! https://t.co/nxnaaEbZWv pic.twitter.com/068eM05p4D — Kim Bhasin (@KimBhasin) March 19, 2019
  3. Here are 5 reasons why adopting a dog is a way better option than buying one.
  4. Elon Musk is pretty active on Twitter and regularly replies to people who tweet to him, but turns out his replies actually help him make more money as well. Yep, who would've thought that just his reply would encourage someone to buy a Tesla? But it's Elon Musk and anything related to him never fails to surprise us. So, this all started back in October when professional Fortnite player Turner 'Tfue' Tenney tweeted to Elon Musk asking if he can help him get better internet. Pretty normal, right? People tweet to each other all the time. Elon even replied to him. Yes — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 15, 2018 But, turns out that simple 'yes' meant a lot to Tfue and he promised to buy a Tesla just because Elon replied. I mean, Elon is a pretty busy person, of course, so it means a lot to get a reply from him. I'm gonna buy a @Tesla now because you replied ðð» — Tfue (@TTfue) October 15, 2018 Fast forward three months and Tfue has lived up to his tweet from October and has bought a Tesla! This car is incredible ðð» @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/pmUR0v3bNk — Tfue (@TTfue) January 15, 2019 He actually did it! I mean, we all know it's a great car and Tfue was probably planning on buying it anyway but with the tweets, it became one hell of a story about a car. The best part, though, is that Elon again replied to him! Does this man just live on Twitter? Glad you like it https://t.co/7FbQc0M9M5 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 15, 2019 But, does this second reply mean Tfue has to buy another car? I hope so, just because it'll be so funny. Moreover, this also has the potential to turn into a new innovative sales strategy where Elon can just sell so many cars by just replying to people on Twitter.
  5. Just before you thought that the iPhone XS is too expensive and will break your bank savings, we can all learn a lesson from this Russian man. In developing countries such as ours, the iPhone is often is considered a luxury product that brings status. Not everyone can afford Apple's exorbitant prices, unless you've been saving every dime. © Facebook The incident was reported by Phonearena as they spotted a Facebook picture which told a very visual story. This may very well be a prank or someone who is extremely good at saving each and every coin. According to Ludmila Semushina, head of the Apple — re:Store, an authorized Apple device seller in Russia, this man walked into the store with a bathtub full of coins. It was carried by a group of men as pictured and the bathtub had approximately 100,000 Russian rubles. That translates to $1,400 US Dollars, which happens to be the price tag of the iPhone XS 256GB variant. © YouTube This incident would have obviously left a very disgruntled clerk who would have to count all those coins and a very happy customer of course. According to the full story, the man was able to buy the iPhone but the clerk was definitely annoyed. Source: PhoneArena
  6. There was a time when the top smartphone brands in India included Micromax, Karbonn and Intex. Those days are long gone, new entrants in the market have completely changed the dynamics in the last few years and homegrown brands are nowhere to be seen. The top four smartphone brands in India include Xiaomi, Samsung, Vivo, OPPO, and Huawei. Out of these, only Samsung is from South Korea, and all others are based out of China. According to a report in The Economic Times, consumers have spent more than Rs 50,000 crore in the financial year of 2018, buying smartphones made by the top four Chinese brands. © MensXP / Shivam Vahia The figure has nearly doubled than the last financial year and the the current trend suggests it will further increase. The top four here includes Xiaomi, currently India's top smartphone maker in terms of sales volume, followed by Vivo with a market share of 10 percent and OPPO at 8 percent. Other markers like Lenovo (includes Moto lineup), OnePlus, and Infinix make up more than half of the total Indian smartphone market by sales. These Chinese brands have completely saturated the market and placed their products in every possible price segment to lure the buyer. With global operations, these companies have managed to focus on India and the latest products have been coming in at a much faster pace now. © MensXP / Shivam Vahia While these brands are based out of China, they have heavily invested themselves in the country. In accordance with the government's Make in India initiative, all the major manufacturers have local assembly lines in the country. Local sourcing of phones ensures that employment is generated in the region and the companies are able to avoid high import duties. Xiaomi has already announced a plan to invest Rs 15,000 crore in setting up assembly lines while OPPO already has two facilities in Uttar Pradesh. Vivo employs more than 5,000 people in its plant and even Samsung (South Korean brand) has opened it's largest facility in the world at Noida. © Xiaomi The combined sales of these four smartphone makers doubled to Rs 51,722 crore from Rs 26,262 crore in FY17. The Indian smartphone market is valued at a whopping Rs 1.5 lakh crore in FY18. In Q3 2018 itself, more than 44 million smartphone units were shipped.
  7. When 'desi' girl Priyanka Chopra made her relationship with 'pardesi' beau Nick Jonas official, the entire world was left shook with both surprise and happiness. The star couple has been making headlines ever since they were spotted getting all cosy on a private boat and going to romantic dinners holding hands. The couple recently had an intimae 'roka' and an engagement ceremony in Mumbai. View this post on Instagram The only way to do this... with Family and God. Thank you all for your wishes and blessings ðð¼♥ï¸ð A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Aug 18, 2018 at 5:38am PDT Now, the couple is all set to tie the knot in December in Udaipur, as per sources, and it is bound to be a wedding to remember. Nick Jonas, meanwhile, is already doing his bit to make his lady love comfortable post-marriage and has bought a gorgeous mansion in Beverly Hills for a whopping $6.5 million, which sums up to around 48 crores if you do the math. © theMLS The swimming pool has a view of the hills surrounding the house, and we guess it's a pleasure very few can afford. © theMLS Coming to the private chambers, the bedroom and the bathroom are bigger than our dreams, bro. © theMLS © theMLS © theMLS The kitchen is a beautiful construction in serene white, and one can only imagine what would it feel like making pancakes for breakfast here. © theMLS A private dining area that offers a picturesque view, so you need no paintings on the wall I guess? © theMLS The living room and the cosy TV room for movie nights look like a dreamers delight. © theMLS © theMLS If this not a dream house, then what is, guys?
  8. Talking about superficial struggles, the most relatable one (I say relatable because I'm sure you'd agree) is dressing well when you're super broke. I'm not going to quote Carrie Bradshaw from SATC and say "When I first moved to New York and I was totally broke, sometimes I bought Vogue instead of dinner. I found it fed me more" because one, we're in India - a place where being broke is completely different from being broke in New York, and two, I need to eat. So, I realized the only way out is to cut corners. You know what's the word that fills up my soul with joy? 'Sale'. Well, who doesn't like discounts? Plus, I work in fashion and it's important for me to keep up appearances (sigh). But, doing what I do, I also learned how to look decently, err, 'well-to-do', while actually being broke most of the time. Today, I'm going to spill my secret, without any reservation whatsoever, and give you an actual demo of how I make my broke ass look pretty sorted by shopping smart. I decided to take up a shopping and styling challenge - where I'll curate maximum number of outfits under a budget. While it was scary to start with, I did strive hard and brought my inner Monisha Sarabhai out. I bargained, haggled, put notifications on my phone for app-based sales, did a PhD on how to use coupon codes to my advantage, kept a thorough check on every sale going on in every brand outlet - and finally managed to do the only thing in my life that my mother will probably be proud of - came up with 13 dope ass, expensive looking streetstyle outfits, by shelling out only 6,000 bucks. 'Proud' would be an understatement. You know you agree. Here, I will show you the looks, and also share where I got which piece, and how much I had to shell out for each piece. Of course, I did a whole lot of mix-n-match because hey, that's clever and I had a budget of 6K. Outfit 1: © MensXP You can never go wrong with a layered look. Plus, if that contains denim, that's probably the safest bet ever. Throw in the right accessories, and you're all set! © MensXP One of the most common elements in streetstyle is longlines T-shirts, because A - they look dope, and B - nothing is more comfortable. © MensXP Take off the jacket, and it almost looks like a different outfit altogether. Where I bought it from: Longline T-shirt - H&M - INR 433/- Grey Trousers - Sarojini Nagar - INR 300/- Denim jacket - Sarojini Nagar - INR 275/- Outfit 2: © MensXP My inspiration for this look was Diljit Dosanjh. The way he wears those oversized jackets is a fashion class in itself. Well, his mostly are Balenciaga and Gucci, but let's not talk about things that will make us sad. © MensXP The best thing about this look is that you can have multiple aesthetics with the same elements, just by putting in minor tweaks. Take the jacket off, and there you have it! © MensXP Or use it like a cape. © MensXP No matter how you choose to wear it, this outfit will make you look dapper. Where I bought it from: Oversized jacket - Zara - INR 990/- White trousers - Zara - INR 990/- Graphic sleeveless tank top - Max - INR 200/- Outfit 3: © MensXP This is my streetstyle twist to the most popular outift ever - white T-shirt and blue jeans. I just changed it to a white longline T-shirt, and a majorly ripped and distressed pair of jeans (I ripped it myself, ssshhh). © MensXP I added a black denim jacket, and that gave the outfit a really cool twist. You don't necessarily need to wear it, just carry it around like an accessory for nailing the look. Where I bought it from: White longline T-shirt - H&M - INR 250/- Blue jeans (that I ripped myself) - Sarojini Nagar - INR 200/- Black denim jacket (I added the patches on it) - Sarojini Nagar - INR 200/- Outfit 4: © MensXP A sleeveless frayed shirt is a must have if you want that raw, edgy aesthetic that's also very 'street'. Plus, it's a good incentive to look forward to 'arm days' in the gym! © MensXP Pair it with a well-fitting pair of trousers, cropped at the ankles, and you're good to go. Oh, and accessorize well. Where I bought it from: Frayed, sleeveless Shirt - Koovs - INR 333/- The trousers from Outfit 1. Outfit 5: © MensXP I have always had a major weakness for all-white looks. There's just something inexplicably classy about them. Of course I had to have one. © MensXP I paired the white longline T-shirt from Outfit 3 with the white trousers from Outfit 2 - and voila! Pro tip: Carry a sling bag across the shoulder for a contrasting edge. Where I bought it from: Longline T-shirt from outfit 3. Trousers from outfit 2. Outfit 6: © MensXP Just like I love all-white looks, all-black looks have an equally special place in my lookbook. No, it's got nothing to do with the whole goth thing. Or does it? © MensXP Take your jacket off and hold it on your shoulder for a cutthroat, no-nonsense aesthetic. Where I bought it from: Black longline T-shirt - Koovs - INR 333/- Black trousers - Sarojini Nagar - INR 220/- Outfit 7: © MensXP Want a playful, yet sophisticated street aesthetic? Opt for pastels. © MensXP A relaxed baby pink T-shirt paired with a pair of well-fitted grey trousers. Add a fun cap for that playful element. I also added a long jacket, just as a prop here - but it can totally be worn if it's not that hot outside. Where I bought it from: Pink T-shirt - H&M - INR 300 The trousers from outfit 1. The jacket from outfit 2. Outfit 8: © MensXP Pop colours are in, and the fact that pink is still demonized as a colour for some weird reason among men, is the reason behind my choice of T-shirt. © MensXP This, right here, is a cool AF outfit and you know it. Where I bought it from: Pink T-shirt - H&M - INR 250/- The trousers from outift 2. Outfit 9: © MensXP Okay, so my love for all-white outfits is rather strong. © MensXP It's boiling hot outside and we need to embrace tank tops. And why not? Aesthetically too, I love this outfit. Where I bought it from: White tank top - Koovs - INR 250/- The trousers from outfit 2. Outfit 10: © MensXP Again, my love for all-black outfits is not ready to take a back seat. Déjà vu much? © MensXP I added a bit of colour by choosing a tank top with a huge logo, and carried my long jacket as a part of the outfit without actually wearing it. Where I bought it from: Black tank top - Sarojini Nagar - INR 100/- The trousers from outfit 6. Outfit 11: © MensXP I clearly am a fan of black and white. So why not mix 'em up? © MensXP Again, threw the long jacket as an accessory for an added street vibe. Where I bought it from: Longline T-shirt from outfit 6. Trousers from outfit 2. Outfit 12: © MensXP You know what's a safe combination if you're not confident about your shuffle game? A black T-shirt with blue jeans. © MensXP It's a self-sufficient look. You don't need anything else to make it look good. Just accessorize right. Where I bought it from: Longline T-shirt from outfit 6. Jeans from outfit 3. Outfit 13: © MensXP A really basic outfit can look really classy, given you have paired it well. © MensXP I wore a bright parchment pink T-shirt with my trusted white trousers, and cropped it at the ankles for a comfortable, functional, yet classy look. I wore bright orange shoes, a yellow cap, and round nerd glasses to seal it together. Where I bought it from: Pink T-shirt - Max - INR 199/- Trousers from outfit 2. Budget details: Longline T-shirt (INR 433/-) + Grey Trousers (INR 300/-) + Blue Denim jacket - (INR 275/-) + Oversized jacket (INR 990/-) + White trousers (INR 990/-) + Graphic sleeveless tank top (INR 200/-) + White longline T-shirt (INR 250/-) + Blue jeans (INR 200/-) + Black denim jacket (INR 250/-) + Frayed, sleeveless Shirt (INR 333/-) + Black longline T-shirt (INR 333/-) + Black trousers - (INR 220/-) + Pink T-shirt (INR 450) + Hot Pink T-shirt (INR 250/-) + White tank top (INR 250/-) + Black tank top - (INR 100/-) + Pink T-shirt (INR 199/-) = Total INR 6,023/- Moral of the story: You don't exactly need to be rich, you just need to shop smart. Also, learning the art of bargaining goes a long way in flea markets. Happy shopping! May the discount Gods bless you. Disclaimer: Prices of all the articles are quoted as they were during the time of purchase. All in-store offers, limited period offers, coupon codes, combo offers etc. have been taken into account, and averaged out. Model: Sowrav Bhowmik Styling: Sowrav Bhowmik Picture Credits: Chahat Bhatia
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