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  1. Ever since winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017, the Pakistan cricket team has struggled to make their presence felt at major tournaments. The fact that they are currently ranked sixth in ODIs and seventh in Tests highlights a difficult phase Pakistan cricket is going through at the moment. Their frailties were also in full display during the ICC World Cup in 2019. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led brigade paid a heavy price for a slow start to their World Cup campaign, winning just one of their first five matches. They eventually ended up on the fifth spot in the standings, not good enough to march into the semifinals stage. Following their dismal World Cup outing, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been busy forcing a major overhaul in the national team. From axing Mickey Arthur as coach to changing the captaincy, the PCB appears to be doing whatever it takes to help the team prepare better for future assignments. © Reuters While the past couple of years might have been troublesome for Pakistan and equally disappointing for their fans, the rise of Babar Azam has undeniably been one much-needed silver lining as they continue to rebuild the side. While the majority of the players have been in and out of the team, young Azam remains a key and consistent ingredient in Pakistan's line-up. A top-order batsman, known for his discipline and level-headed attitude, Azam has been busy raking in runs across all three formats of the game in recent times. Even at the World Cup last year, while his fellow teammates struggled to aid their side, Azam was not only at his prolific best but ended up breaking Javed Miandad's 27-year-old record to become Pakistan's highest run-scorer in a single edition of the tournament. It was his artistry with the willow and temperament of a champion cricketer over the past couple of years that recently earned him Pakistan's captaincy in the shortest format. But, just like other cricketers, Azam's journey to becoming Pakistan's best modern-day batsman was full of struggles. © Reuters In an interview with the PCB's official website, Azam spoke about his rise on the international circuit and revealed the struggles he overcame early in his career. âIt seems like yesterday when I walked every day for almost three miles to get to the Gaddafi Stadium and work as a ball-boy for the 2007 second Test between Pakistan and South Africa,â Azam said. The 25-year-old also named several stalwarts of the game who helped him in reaching the pinnacle of the sport. âIt was the love for the game and the attraction of some of the stalwarts like Inzamam-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf, Misbah-ul-Haq, Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla, Jacques Kallis and Dale Steyn that pulled me to the home of Pakistan cricket without caring for anything else," he added. Highlighting the influence of Test cricket in his career, Azam said, "For me, it was the incentive of being closer to Test cricket and legends of the game. Pats on the back and smiles from the Test players during the match were my ultimate rewards. For any youngster, it is certainly a once in a lifetime experience". © Reuters Just like Virat Kohli, Azam, too, owes his success to the passion he has towards the gentleman's game. âI think it was that passion, combined with a bid of cricket madness and stroke of luck that has helped me to become who I am today. I have been very fortunate that in this journey, people have held my hand, coached and mentored me, and always stood beside me in my good and bad days. I owe all my success to all those unsung heroes and now it is my responsibility to continue to strive for excellence so that I can match the expectations, both as a player and captain," he claimed. Making his debut in 2016, Azam has surely come a long way in becoming the no. 1 batsman in T20I and occupy the third spot in ICC rankings for ODIs. Also, on January 24, the right-hander will lead Pakistan in the three-match T20I series against Bangladesh at the Gaddafi stadium, a venue where he served as a ball boy thirteen years ago. View the full article
  2. At 33 years of age, Indian tennis star Sania Mirza made a return to the hard court after a two-year long break from the sport and it was almost as if she picked up right from where she left before she became a mother. The 2020 edition of the Hobart International Tournament saw Mirza booking a berth in the doubles quarterfinals with Ukranian partner Nadia Kichenok after defeating the duo of Oksana Kalashnikova Miyu Kato 2-6, 7-6 (3), 10-3 in a contest that lasted one hour and 45 minutes. Sania is back ð After losing the first set, Sania/Nadia pair take the second in tie-breaker. Sania's forehand, baseline game is just fine ð#HobartTennis pic.twitter.com/orjtUCpHuN — Hari Priya CR (@cr_hariPriya) January 14, 2020 The comeback win turned out to be even sweeter because of the fact that the athlete had a couple of familiar faces in the crowd. Her parents and her little boy Izhaan were present at the venue to witness the victory. "Today was one of the most special days of my life to have my parents and my little baby boy with me in my first match after so long..and we WON our first round.feel very grateful for the love I am receiving.. BELIEF!! Takes you places YES my baby boy,we did it," she posted on her Twitter handle. Today was one of the most special days of my https://t.co/OmE4Vq7KlQ have my parents and my little baby boy wit me in my first match after so long..and we WON our first round.feel very grateful for the love I am receiving.. BELIEF!! Takes you places ðYES my baby boy,we did itðªð½ pic.twitter.com/xxPQ4E2IFE — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) January 14, 2020 Retired from singles tennis in 2013 after attaining a career best singles ranking of 27 in 2007, the last time the Indian was seen in action was all the way back in 2017 at China Open during which she fell prey to a nagging knee injury. During her time away from the court, Mirza struggled with major injuries before announcing a formal absence in April 2018 to give birth to her son. Millions of fans took to Twitter to congratulate Mirza on her victorious return: Your each win is a victory to a million women who's inspired by your life. — BVS Ravi (@BvsRavi) January 14, 2020 Many congratulations. What you have done is an extremely difficult task — anirudhsingh (@anirudh_us) January 14, 2020 Every day is special. Bcz u r special. Congratulations ð Again n again socially 4u San. @MirzaSania — Yousuf Hussaini (@YousufHussaini5) January 14, 2020 Great to see you back on the @WTA tour competing again ð¾ All the best for your 2020 comeback season! — Jason Wang (@jaysanw) January 14, 2020 Congratulations. You're a legend, you're the inspiration not only for your son but for millions. Wish you all the best. — Deb Jai Hind ð®ð³ (@deb_bhat) January 14, 2020 Welcome back, Sania. You were certainly missed ððððð. — Jeniffer L. Estrada (@Jeniestra) January 14, 2020 View the full article
  3. Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar welcomed 2020 with an extraordinary video of a little boy named Madda Ram. A boy who has unbounded love for the game of cricket and is willing to take the most difficult of ways to stay in touch with that inner passion of his. But what sets Madda Ram apart from the millions of cricket fanatics in the country is the fact that he is differently-abled and can't walk or stand on his feet. But when you look at him bat at the crease, it simply astounds you as to how he doesn't let his problems come in the way of playing the sport he loves so much. Start your 2020 with the inspirational video of this kid Madda Ram playing cricket ðwith his friends. It warmed my heart and I am sure it will warm yours too. pic.twitter.com/Wgwh1kLegS — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) January 1, 2020 “Start your 2020 with the inspirational video of this kid Madda Ram playing cricket with his friends,” Tendulkar tweeted. “It warmed my heart and I am sure it will warm yours too.” In the video, Ram can be seen standing on his knees as he waits for his friend to bowl. As soon as he connects with the ball, the boy quickly crawls across the pitch to complete his run. After his single, he crawls halfway across the pitch again to give his partner the bat and then returns to his end. Even since the Indian master blaster shared this video, Madda Ram has become an instant hit and a figure of inspiration for scores of people: I seen him as a soldier, how loves and passionate on this game.. Also should appreciate other kids, they accept him as ordinary player.. Spirit of game called cricket.. — J G Pandian (@JGP_OSSI) January 1, 2020 Madda Ram is great but he has best people around him, his friends. — Gobinda Thakur (@Gobinda_Thakur) January 1, 2020 I am overwhelmed by the spirit of the boy and his teammates I wish people in position like you the Hero could help him get a wheelchair. Happy new year to all. — Atanazio Bwongyererwa (@AtanazioBwongy1) January 1, 2020 Physically handicapped is not a hurdle for any success, only when ur thoughts and moves were handicapped!! — Manikandan (@manarm1234) January 1, 2020 This will warm anyone's heart. Thanks for sharing this today. Happy beginnings. Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year, Master Blaster! — Anushtup (@Anushtup2K) January 1, 2020 Never seen anything like this,oh!God,So beautiful,other boyes r good to play with him,@Sachin-rt — Swapan Kumar Saha (@SwapanK80261297) January 1, 2020 Amazing..!! Kudos to that brave kid.. — Bittu kumar (@Bittu11990) January 1, 2020 This short 55-second video shows how people like Madda Ram, who have problems that are so much bigger than us, the “normal” kind, are living the best life that they can. Everything is more difficult for them by default and he knows that but despite all of that, he is just another kid doing what he loves. And kudos to his friends for letting him be and not behaving any differently with him just because of his physical problems. One of the kids could have become his runner. His partner could have walked across the pitch to get the bat. But the fact that they did not do any of that is probably what makes Ram feel like a regular cricket-loving kid. View the full article
  4. MANSEHRA: Police said Sunday they were searching for the prime suspect who had raped a 10-year-old boy in Mansehra a few days ago. The report states that evidence has been found that the minor was raped and beaten. A medical examination found the boy's knees were bruised and his eyes were swollen, pointing to the fact that he was beaten during the rape. The boy was subjected to torture, according to the report. Police are searching for the prime suspect in the case. Four relatives of the accused, including his brother, have been arrested for questioning.
  5. It isn't everyday we get to witness or hear an honest, impassioned and informed rant on the country's political scenario. It's especially exciting when youngsters show solid political awareness without a shed of fanaticism or bias. © Reuters Something of that sort recently surfaced online, and it sure is something to behold. When reporters from a media channel bumped into this young boy from Jharkhand after the results for the Assembly elections in the state were announced, he took the opportunity to vent it all out when it came to the country's current state of affairs. © Reuters One of the biggest points he made in his monologue, was that the Indian Constitution is being torn apart by everything that's going on in the country and that the BJP should take the hint from the Jharkhand elections results. He didn't even spare the media and lashed out saying that media houses aren't doing their job with honesty and have sold off their souls to the devil. Before all else, listen to what he has to say here. This guy! He rekt CAA, NRC, Godi Media, Modi govt in just 100 seconds! Listen to him! This is our Youth! pic.twitter.com/PcMpbxl17J — ð½ððð ð¬ðððð (@karmariaz) December 25, 2019 This interview has since gone viral on social media, and sure enough, with all the attention people have decided to pick their sides over the boy's views. Guys before I go please do me a last favor. Make this video so viral that it may go to the countries that even our PM did not visit. Every educated person who use Twitter should be able to understand what is happening in India and how media is biased. Love you all. pic.twitter.com/jgrko3mvn9 — â¤ï¸ Mohammed Faiz â¤ï¸ (@Fayezz_Md) December 24, 2019 Err.. This boy, Yes, this boy! Are you sure he's from Jharkhand Does he even know where Jharkhand is? He can be seen at @aajtak channel studio at Noida every now and then and anchors put mic on his mouth to loose him talk ant shant... But even today it's unclear what's his demand? — Saàurabh Gaàur (@gaursaurabhgaur) December 25, 2019 Well, that's there. Strong words for Indian media from a young boy in Jharkhand @waglenikhil @ravishndtv @SreenivasanJain @rahulkanwal @sardesairajdeep @fayedsouza @milindkhandekar @ameytirodkar @katta_news — Sanjay Vohra (@SanjayVohra10) December 25, 2019 Calling PM Modi… @narendramodi watch the fire in this young boy. You shud not forget that your hidden divisive agenda will pull you down very heavily. Its already begun in the 5 States with Jharkhand the latest. You have killed the economy. @ravi4354 @varnishant @DushyantNaagar @abdulrazackkhan pic.twitter.com/KkCJK1EkH3 — Sundar Balakrishnan (@BSundar61) December 26, 2019 Listen this young man from Jharkhand we should learn history from brilliant boy pic.twitter.com/X1VJCraPhy — Hanif Parkar (@Hanifoman) December 24, 2019 View the full article
  6. Twitter/@Wardahwrites/via Geo.tvISLAMABAD: A minor boy who reportedly went missing almost four days ago from the federal capital's Bhara Kahu area was found dead on Tuesday, a police spokesperson confirmed, adding that all four suspects in the case have been arrested. The four-year-old had been kidnapped outside his home in Dhok Jilani, Bhara Kahu, four days ago, and a first information report (FIR) was registered at the Bhara Kahu police station. Two of the arrested suspects — identified as Hamza and Aftab — confessed after being questioned that they abducted the boy and kept him inside a rented house. However, when police reached the house, they found the boy dead. The victim's hands and mouth had been taped and he had been kept inside a cupboard, causing him to suffocate and die, the spokesperson said. The police official added that Hamza, one of the arrested suspects, was the cousin of the four-year-old's father and had kidnapped the boy for ransom. The other three suspects, Aftab, Yasir, and Asad, were his friends. No call for ransom had been made to the deceased's family. On Sunday, multiple users on social media had posted about the minor, pleading authorities to act. He was "only 5 years old. It’s cold outside and it’s been more than 24 hours", one had said. Another wrote: "No one can imagine the pain and agony of 5 years old's parents and siblings." Twitter users had also tagged Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat, and top police officials of the federal capital and Punjab.
  7. A video of a little boy from Arunachal Pradesh solving Rubik's cube with his eyes closed has surfaced on the internet recently. The video was originally shared by IFS Parveen Kaswan along with a caption saying, “Look at the sheer talents we have in our remote villages. I got this as a forward which says; He is from Arunachal Pradesh, Longding District belongs to wancho tribe. Village Longkai.” Look at the sheer talents we have in our remote villages. I got this as a forward which says; He is from Arunachal pradesh, Longding District belongs to wancho tribe. Village Longkai. pic.twitter.com/Yow99pBW1g — Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) December 22, 2019 The video starts with a man saying, “Ye ladka bahut hi talented hai, mera bhai hai, ye Arunachal se hai, Longding district se, wancho se belong karta hai". Then he continued to say that Chingta could solve the Rubik's cube with his eyes closed. The boy is also seen solving the cube in less than a minute and knows without opening his eyes that it's already solved. The video went viral on the internet and here's what people have to say about the little boy- That's crazy.. I hope he gets good education and guidance — Akx (@driveelectric7) December 22, 2019 Respect to his talent, but once you get that middle color strip correct, and memories a simple algorithm anyone can do it. It's a trick. — Manu (@kmanojyogi) December 22, 2019 bundle of raw talent. the boy could be trained in higher math, source code scripting , chess or in cards game. they are left to languish in dark alleys. unsung and uncared for .outreach of quality education to far corners still a utopia — INDIRA RSG KRISHNAN (@indira_rsg) December 22, 2019 Good Lord ð³.. what a Talent ðð¼. Damn I could never solve rubic cube in my life ð¤£. — Sanjit (@jsigns7) December 22, 2019 Wow..The future of India,hopefully,if he feels welcome enough...I doubt. — arvind bhanumurthy (@ariputtar) December 22, 2019 This is .....just WOWWWWWWWW pic.twitter.com/t5wd4Tycuc — pratik2358 (@Pratik2358) December 22, 2019 Talent can't be restrained from geographic constraints of accessibilty. May he get all support to solve more complex algorithms beyond the rubic square.#Arunchalgetstalent@KirenRijiju @PemaKhanduBJP — Bishwa Kalyan Pati (@Bishwa7476) December 22, 2019 It's not just about the formula or the trick to do it, let's appreciate the talent of the little boy. What are your thoughts? Share with us in the comments below. View the full article
  8. A video of a little boy comforting his crying friend in a classroom has gone viral on the internet, and for all the good reasons. The heartwarming video shows a child with Down Syndrome comforting his classmate who is autistic. According to Indian Express, the video was shot by a teacher in Mexico and went viral on social media platforms within minutes. The video shows, a crying child sitting in the classroom and his friend affectionately tries to comfort him by patting his back. The kid is also seen wiping off his friend's tears and this is the best thing that you'll watch today. The video was captioned as, “#VIRAL A Down boy with a huge heart, comforting in his own way his teammate, autistic child. Let's share it.” The video already has around 478K shares on Facebook. Watch the full video here: The video later surfaced on other social media platforms as well and here's what people have to say about the touching video: This young man with Down syndrome is comforting his distressed classmate who is autistic. This is the Twitter content I'm here for...ðªððð¥ð¥ pic.twitter.com/ekh4e7tvun — Rex Chapmanðð¼ (@RexChapman) December 3, 2019 . one thought clear.True love alway care each other. No need a perfect body,only need believe himself confidence and a soulful humanity mind,then nature say you are touch my heart because your thoughts inspire everyone pic.twitter.com/ZAvzcrWxsk — Chetan agarwal (@Chetanniketa) December 4, 2019 Poor kid was having a rough day but his friend was there to help. I wish we could remain compassionate once we enter adulthood. — CondomsandMoreforLessðððð (@CondomsandMore) December 3, 2019 I use to work with two guys with Down Syndrome years ago. If one of them was upset the other would always try to comfort the other by patting the other on the back and holding the others hand. I have a lot of great memories of those guys. — Rick Pruess (@RickPruess) December 4, 2019 Pure love, comfort and understanding. We can learn a lot from their compassion for and acceptance of one another. I'm not crying, you're crying https://t.co/FB81IpgdmE — K. (@KauakahiK) December 4, 2019 There is hope for the human race⤠https://t.co/gayqKQAoRT — Michael Owuor (@Myqall) December 4, 2019 My nephew has "Down" Syndrome. I put that in quotation marks because there is nothing downs about it. I've never seen anybody w/ the ability to empathize like he does. These kids truly have the most biggest hearts. They are so pure ð­â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/mkMaKl0zsK — StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) December 3, 2019 This makes us realize that maybe we can't solve other people's problem but we can comfort them and hug their sorrows away. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  9. In the ever-competitive world of sports, there has been a noticeable change in the mindset and approach of the athletes as they consistently try to improve themselves every day. Gone were the days when possessing adequate skillset was enough to succeed. The modern-day athletes appear to be as focussed on their fitness as they are in honing their skills. We've seen Virat Kohli undergoing a sensational transformation and achieving improved levels of fitness which has inarguably helped him become the best in international cricket. Then, there is Sunil Chhetri whose well-monitored diet and training regime has sparked a fitness revolution in Indian football. © BWF Similarly, when it comes to badminton, Kidambi Srikanth, in recent years, has not only emerged as the poster boy of Indian badminton on the back of his successful outings, but he appears to be setting new fitness standards for the aspiring shuttlers in the country. Ever since winning his first international medal in the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games, the 26-year-old has arguably come a long way to become one of the best men's singles badminton players India has ever produced. In 2014, Srikanth became the first Indian male player to win a BWF Super Series title when he got the better of five-time world champion and two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan in the China Open final. But, it was 2017 which proved to be the best year of his career. It was the same year when Srikanth became the first Indian badminton player to win four BWF Super Series titles, claiming gold medals at the Indonesia Open, Australian Open, Denmark Open and French Open. A year later, he climbed to the world no. 1 rank in men's singles after amassing 76,895 ranking points - the best-ever total by an Indian male badminton player. © Red Bull So, how does he do it? Consistently improving his game and reaching new levels of fitness, Srikanth has turned himself into one of the best in the business. In an exclusive interview with MensXP, the Red Bull athlete revealed what it takes to excel on the international badminton circuit. RR: Which are the key areas of fitness for badminton (for example leg strength, explosive movement)? What are some of the drills you would do for each? KS: I feel fitness is strength, explosiveness, agility, endurance. All these are very important. I try and maintain and improve all these aspects. There's nothing that I leave out because getting better at every aspect is the key. RR: Which of them is the toughest for you to cope with and why? How do you divide the work between these key areas of fitness through the week? What does your typical training day look like, when not playing a tournament? KS: All of them are very tough. My coaches plan the program in a way that in one week - I think about 10-12 sessions in one week - everything gets covered. For me a normal day starts at 8:30 in the morning and it goes on until 11-11:30 am. Then again in the evening at 4 and finishes by 6:30 pm. There are also court sessions in the morning and gym or cardio sessions in the evening. View this post on Instagram #HumFitTohIndiaFit - Great Initiative by our Sports Minister @ra_rathore sir. Challenge accepted @sathish_weightlifter ðªð». I further Challenge @mahi7781 @sachintendulkar @rakulpreet @ranadaggubati to take the #FitnessChallenge. A post shared by Srikanth Kidambi (@srikanth_kidambi) on May 24, 2018 at 7:30am PDT RR: How much time do you spend on recovery and what are the best methods for it? KS: These days, the last few months, I've been trying to do something or the other after every session like pool, or massage, some deep-tissue releasing. Something or the other is happening continuously after every session. RR: Badminton is a fast-twitch sport. How hard have you had to work on that or was it something you were blessed with those fast-twitch muscle fibres? KS: I definitely have to work. Nothing comes easy and I have to work very hard. I'm still working hard to get better everyday. You can't stop at any point. It's about trying to improve with every session and I'm still in the process of getting better every day. © BWF RR: East Asian countries and a handful of European countries are India's biggest competitors in badminton. Are there any areas where they are physiologically better than the Indians? And how do you go about compensating or countering it? KS: It is very important because we have the home support every time we are playing against a foreign player. If you do well you definitely can score some good points here. RR: How do you manage the wear and tear on the body especially with the BWF making 12 tournaments mandatory in a calendar year? KS: BWF making 12 tournaments from 10 is a tough call on players. It's definitely not going to be easy. If you see, many players have been getting injured so it's really important to pick and choose tournaments that I can play. I'm being very selective on the tournaments I'm playing. View this post on Instagram Yoga is the music of the soul. Take time to make your soul happy. #WorldMusicDay #WorldYogaDay A post shared by Srikanth Kidambi (@srikanth_kidambi) on Jun 21, 2018 at 7:23am PDT RR: At what age did you start weight-training? KS: I started when I was 16-17. I started some heavy-weight training after my juniors. In badminton, the parts that take the maximum load are the knee, ankle, shoulder and back I feel, because I've had injuries in these parts. I think it's important to maintain your fitness and at the same time to try and get better. It's a tough process but you should do it in order to play at the highest level. RR: Given that sports science is ever-evolving, are there any fitness tips and tricks you have picked up in the past couple of years? KS: It's definitely evolving for sure. Sports science is something that is rapidly growing. There are a lot of things we can learn. There are a lot of things changing everyday. It's important to understand your body first and knowing what helps and doesn't help. View the full article
  10. Thereâs one thing each one of us is guilty of - holding preconceived notions about cops. Tell us youâve never done it, judged a cop simply because well, he/she is a cop. There is a sense of unacknowledged animosity that simmers right under the surface when it comes to interacting with them. Weâre always on edge in their company, even though we know weâve not done anything untowardly to feel that way. But for the most part, cops live with this knowledge and donât really go out of their way to prove us wrong, because letâs face it, the apprehension protects them and keeps people in check. However, none of that ever stops them from doing their duty (most of the time), just like the Kerala Police who acted upon a 10-year-old boyâs complaint against a cycle repair shop owner who kept delaying the repair work required on the boyâs bicycle. It all started when 10-year-old Abin decided to write a handwritten complaint letter to the Meppayur police stating that a certain cycle repair shop owner has been delaying working on his bicycles for two months, and he wants the police to get them repaired immediately. In his complaint letter Abin wrote, âThey had taken an advance of Rs 200. And whenever we called to inquire, they either didnât pick up, or told us they will repair soon. The shop was closed most of the time when he went to inquire.â He also added that he and his brother didnât have anybody else to seek help from and thatâs why they approached the police. Upon confirming that the request was genuine, the police intervened. Upon enquiry, the shopkeeper said that he hadnât been able to open his shop lately because he was unwell and also busy with his sonâs wedding. However, keeping his word to the cops, the repaired cycles were delivered to Abin and his brother soon after. Now, not all cops are superheroes, but the ones that are donât come with capes pinned to the shoulders, do they? View the full article
  11. A couple of decades ago, all Sukhdev Singh dreamt about was wearing the blue jersey with the Indian national flag sewed in the middle. A domestic player who had represented Punjab and Indian Railways in his youth, Singh fell prey to one of the most common yet devastating injuries an athlete can suffer, an ACL tear in his knee. His dreams of representing India in international matches instantly collapsed. Hailing from a family in which some people had wished that Sukhdev would father a boy, Harsimran Kaur was born. "When I was born, everybody told him, 'Oh, it's too bad it's not a boy,” Harsimran told NBA India. “But Papa took a stand. He always knew that I could fulfill his dream." When she turned 12, Sukhdev handed her the ball and asked her if she wanted to play the game of basketball. But there was a small condition behind the question. If Harsimran said yes, she would have to do everything in her capabilities to reach the highest level of the sport. “Yes,” she answered and there was no looking back. View this post on Instagram ð£ 15 year old Harsimran “Honey” Kaur is on a mission! The 6'1 forward is inspired by her father and determined to bring girls' basketball in India to new levels â¬ï¸ A post shared by NBA Academy (@nbaacademy) on Apr 9, 2019 at 6:50am PDT Developing as a player under her dad's coaching and learning the basics and eventually the advanced moves of the game, the father-daughter duo would often engage in one-on-one games. Despite her young bones, Kaur would sometime face defeat every single time. After all, her dad was one of the most promising prospects back in his day. "We play very aggressively against each other," Harsimran said. "We don't call each other's fouls. When we're on court, we don't know each other. We're not father and daughter; we're opponents." While still losing to her dad at home, it was becoming more and more difficult to stop the young baller who grew into becoming a 6'2'' tall athlete and was a force to be reckoned with while playing under the basket. She began to play for her state's junior level team, followed by nationals and even got calls to play in some great international events. View this post on Instagram Big ð to the #NBAAcademy Women's Camp awardees! Scroll right to find out who won Camp MVP 𤠗 Rajvi Desai - Defensive player Kaavya Singla - Most improved player Ann Mary Zachariah - Coaches award Siya Deodhar - Teammate awardee Harsimran Kaur - Camp MVP! A post shared by NBA Academy (@nbaacademy) on Oct 6, 2019 at 1:19pm PDT So when Harsimran came back home after a basketball camp in the USA earlier this year, there was something different about her game. It was almost as if she'd transcended to a whole new level. Just like any other day, Sukhdev Singh challenged his daughter to a game but this time, Harsimran got the better of her old man. Defeating him 22-18, she said: “'Now, you tell me? When do you wanna play again?'" "He's a bit old now," she said of the 44-year-old. "He gets tired. Whenever I come back from camp, Papa always wants to play me. He always loses now, but never accepts it." Now, the 16-year-old has created history yet again when she became the first female from outside of Australia to be invited to The NBA Global Academy, an institution that paved the way for some of the best players in the world who are currently playing in the National Basketball League. View this post on Instagram ð Harsimran “Honey” Kaur on what it felt to go from player to coach at the @nbacares clinic ðªð½ — #NBAAcademy #NBAIndiaGames #NBAInMyBackyard A post shared by NBA Academy (@nbaacademy) on Oct 5, 2019 at 1:02am PDT As the leading prospect packs her bags to leave for Australia later this month, the final call of her becoming a part of Team India will also be revealed around the same time. A daughter's promise to her father would be complete. "I know there are expectations for me to complete my father's dreams," she said. "Papa wanted to play for India and he couldn't do it. He wanted to make us into a stable family in a good environment. Now, it's on me to complete these goals," she added. "I'm playing with all my heart, playing for him… I want to show the world, and do what he couldn't," she signs off. View the full article
  12. The captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli turns 31 today and while he is on a private vacation in Bhutan with wife Anushka Sharma, where they will be celebrating his birthday, we, the fans of the cricketer take a look back at how phenominal a year 2019 has been for the skipper. Kohli's journey towards completing his 31st birth anniversary began on a historic note when the Delhi-born became the first Indian skipper to have won a Test series against Australia on their home turf. While the Aussies managed to win the second Test, Team India won the first and third red-ball matches to bring home the victory at the end of the Border-Gavaskar Cup as the fourth and final match ended in a draw. A couple of weeks later, Kohli crossed another point from his team's 'To-Do' list when his side defeated Aaron Finch's men for the very first time in a bilateral ODI series. Team India beat Australia by 7 wickets. First ever Test and ODI (bilateral) series win for India in Australia. Historic Tour comes to an end. So much positives for team India. ððð®ð³ #INDvAUS #AUSvIND — Sir Jadeja fan (@SirJadeja) January 18, 2019 By the end of January, Kohli had not only humbled the men from Down Under in the longer formats of the game, he had also dominated the International Cricket Council (ICC) Awards. He became the first cricketer in the history of the game to all three major ICC awards in a single year. He was named the Men's Cricketer of the Year as well as the Test and ODI Cricketer of the Year and the competition was nowhere near for the top-order batsman. ICC Men's Cricketer of the Year â ICC Men's Test Cricketer of the Year â ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year â Captain of ICC Test Team of the Year â Captain of ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year â Let's hear from the man himself, @imvKohli! #ICCAwards ð pic.twitter.com/3M2pxyC44n — ICC (@ICC) January 22, 2019 In February, Kohli went on to become the first and only batsman to score 2500-plus runs in a single ground when he played a blistering 72 off 38 balls innings during the second T20I match against Australia at the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru. As the captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore, the stadium is a home ground for the cricketer where he has scored three centuries as well. March saw the cricketer score his 40th ODI ton which placed him just second to Indian master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. The 116-run innings against Australia also made him the fastest captain to score 9000 runs and made him the only cricketer in the world to score seven or more centuries against three countries: Sri Lanka (8), West Indies (7) and Australia (7). Virat Kohli now the fastest to reach 4000 Runs 5000 Runs 6000 Runs 7000 Runs 8000 Runs 9000 Runs in International cricket as a captain — Broken Cricket (@BrokenCricket) March 5, 2019 While during the ICC World Cup 2019 that began in May and went on till mid July, Virat Kohli made and broke numerous records, the most important and iconic one would have to be when he surpassed Tendulkar and Windies legend Brian Lara to become the fastest cricketer to score 20,000 runs in all formats of the game. In June, the Indian cricketer also made it to the Forbes list of the world's highest-paid athletes. Ranked 100th on the list with an annual salary of $4 million and endorsements worth $21 million, Kohli was the only cricketer and the only Indian to make an appearance in the famous Forbes catalogue. The World's Highest-Paid Athletes 2019 1.ð¦ð· Lionel Messi: $127m 2.ðµð¹ Cristiano Ronaldo: $109m 3.ð§ð· Neymar: $105m 5.ð¨ð­ Roger Federer: $93m 8.ðºð¸ LeBron James: $89m 11.ðºð¸ Tiger Woods: $63.9m 13.ð¬ð§ Lewis Hamilton: $55m 98.ðªð¬ Mohamed Salah: $25.1m 100.ð®ð³ Virat Kohli: $25m (Forbes) — World Index (@theworldindex) September 19, 2019 During the second ODI against the West Indies host in August, Kohli walked in and slammed 120 runs, thereby shattering a 26-year-old record which was previously held by Pakistan's Javed Miandad for most ODI runs for any batsman in the world against the West Indies. What is also interesting that while Miandad took 64 innings to achieve this feat, Kohli did it in just 34 games. In September, the Indian captain surpassed the interim captain and white-ball opener for the Men In Blue, Rohit Sharma in becoming the highest run scorer in T20 Internationals. During the second T20I match against the Proteas, Kohli slammed an unbeaten 74 off 52 deliveries. In total, Kohli went on to make 2441 runs in 71 games, while Sharma had made 2434 runs in 97 innings. Most runs in T20 Internationals 2441 Virat Kohli * 2434 Rohit Sharma 2283 Martin Guptill 2263 Shoaib Malik 2140 Brendon McCullum#INDvSA — Deepu Narayanan (@deeputalks) September 18, 2019 The now 31-year-old also outdid the timeless 'Don' of cricket, Don Bradman when he set the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium ablaze and struck an unbeaten 254 off his bat during the second Test against Faf du Plessis' side and became the captain with the most number of 150-plus individual scores in the history of the game, even more than the Australian himself. While November has just begun and Kohli is currently out of action, it is yet to be seen what sorts of records will the cricketer make or break this month. Nonetheless, there is no doubt in saying that Virat Kohli is the finest batsman this game has ever seen. His technicality, consistency and the ability to perform under pressure don't just make him a brilliant cricketer but an elite class athlete. View the full article
  13. *Dear Lost Boy, I have butterfly wings under my skin...... And a blood red, origami heart........ My heartbeats are paper planes, soaring, dipping, paper planes....... Beating as my bones breathe with life....... My skin flutters at the very knowledge of you....... The way you created my very heart within your trembling hands........ Every fold, an act of love....... Every crease, a kiss of devotion....... Inhaled starlight inside my lungs....... Rattling like caged bottle tops........ The sound of fractured sighs await....... Only for you, My Night Sky....... Only. For. You.......
  14. Remember, when as kids we use to save money in our piggy banks so we could buy things that we really wanted? However, this 17-year old is a little different from the rest of us, as he saved money to buy something his mother wanted. Ram Singh spent his savings that he had been collecting from the past 12 years, to gift his mother a refrigerator. He had collected coins in a 35kg sack and when he went out to buy a fridge, he had Rs 2000 less than the cost of the refrigerator, however, the showroom gave him a discount after seeing his dedication. © Reuters Ram Singh, who hails from Jodhpur, saw an advertisement for the refrigerator in the newspaper on his mother's birthday and called up the showroom. He then went to the showroom and told the staff that it's his mother's birthday and he wants to buy a fridge for her and can only pay in coins. At first, the showroom owner refused but then agreed and accepted money in coins. © Unsplash According to the New Indian Express, Singh said, “Our old refrigerator had gone bad and my mother used to talk about buying a new refrigerator. I decided to help out by using all my collected coins over the years to buy a new fridge. The showroom owner also helps me out and said if my thinking is good he will also help me out. Thus, I went to the showroom with my coins.” Singh has been collecting money from the past 12 years and he managed to collect coins worth Rs 13,500."I had kept these coins in an earthen pot at home. I divide the coins into different packets and then put all of them in a sack. When I counted the coins it took me 4 hours. But the shop owner only counted the 5 and 10 Rupees coins. He told me that he believes in my sincerity towards my mom and didn't count the rest of the coins," he said. Only if all kids were as thoughtful as Ram Singh!
  15. If you are not from a filmy background or are an outsider in the movie industry, things won't come that easily to you and you will have to chase your dreams till you finally achieve it. And well, Chetan Rao from Delhi is one such person who is following his passion and his story is surely inspiring in many ways. Rao is an actor who did a small role in Salman Khan's Bharat and he was also seen in the TV series 'Savdhaan India' and was also part of Netflix's 'Delhi Crime'. You might be thinking what's really the struggle here if he is getting to be on the big screen. So, basically, in his free time and when he isn't acting, he works as a delivery boy with Swiggy in Delhi. It all came into the limelight when actor Rajesh Tailang tweeted about Rao, as they both have worked with each other in 'Delhi Crime'. He had tweeted, “Today the #swiggy delivery guy, who delivered food at my place is an actor and he did a cameo with me in #delhicrime. Whenever (he) is not getting an acting job, he does this. RESPECT.” Here's the tweet: Today the #swiggy delivery guy, who delivered food at my place is an actor and he did a cameo with me in #delhicrime . Whenever is not getting acting job, he does this. RESPECT ð — Rajesh Tailang (@rajeshtailang) May 29, 2019 Well, he does get roles but they are not big enough to get him the recognition he needs or even serve his hunger enough to perform. Rao spoke to Hindustan Times and spoke in detail about his struggles and his passion. He said, “I generally get a role of about 2-3 minutes but that doesn't matter to me. Even a minute role is enough to fuel my passion for acting.” Rao confessed that he always wanted to be an actor and he loves to watch movies. He wanted to join a film institute but he couldn't afford to do the same so learnt acting by watching shows and movies on TV. © Twitter He doesn't earn much through these side roles and to make up for his expenses, he works as a food delivery man. When asked if people recognize him, he said, “Sometimes, log pehchan lete hain, kabhi nahi pehchantey. Acha lagta hai jab koi kehta ki aapko kahin dekha hai, aur acha lagta hai jab kehte hain ki aapko TV ya film mei dekha hai... (Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't. It feels good when they say they've seen my work).” He ended the conversation with a positive note, “I know that I am a delivery boy today, lekin ek din mehant se mai superstar jaroor banunga (One day I will become a superstar because of my sheer hard work.)” Well, his story is surely inspiring and gut-wrenching at the same time.
  16. While the Indian cricket team are currently in England, putting in their blood and sweat in the attempts of winning the third World Cup trophy in their cricketing history, it seems as if their passion for the game is not enough for the young kids of Gopalganj, Bihar. A couple of days ago, two minor kids in Dhodhwaliyan village of Kuchaikot police station area of Gopalganj, got into a bit of a scuffle during a gully cricket match. However, unlike a typical sporting spat, one of the kids shot his friend in the chest and his neck, leaving him in an extremely critical condition. The kid with the gun then ran away and successfully escaped while firing the pistol, while the injured minor was rushed to the Sadar Hospital nearby, wherein he is fighting the battle of life and death. The Police were, however, successful in getting a statement out of the victim and are actively looking for the shooter. According to a Jagran report, the victim, Pradyuman Singh, was walking down the streets of his village late in the evening when the accused, Priyanshu Pandey's father beat him up for the spat that took place earlier in the field. Meanwhile, Priyanshu arrived with a pistol in his hand and shot his friend once in the chest and once in the neck, as revenge. That's how crazy people are about the game of cricket in India. The passion and zeal to win even a small irrelevant game can make the competitors do absolutely abysmal and horrible things to each other. Make no mistake, we are, in no way, promoting such violent behaviour. We hope the young lad has a speedy recovery and gets back on the field quickly while the wrongdoers are caught and appropriate action is taken.
  17. Less than 6 years ago, a young Andrew Robertson from a small town in Glasgow, Scotland led his local team Queens Park to a third-place finish and Playoff appearance in the third tier of Scottish football league. With a spinal injury hindering his football development, Robertson was set to give up on a career in football and join a university program to complete his undergraduate studies. However, he was called up to the first team by Queens Park during the 2012-13 season - a lifeline to his footballing career. Reuters After clinching a Playoff place with Queens Park, Andy was brought to Scottish premiership side Dundee where he spent a year until being purchased for £3 million by Hull City who were plying their trade in the Championship at that time. Promotion in his first season with the club meant that he would now be on the radar of major English clubs. After spending two seasons with Hull City, Robertson caught the eye of one Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool which inspired an eight-million-pound move to Merseyside in 2017. What followed over the next two seasons was neither anticipated by Liverpool nor by young Robertson. Reuters The seed had been laid by 2017 for the direction in which Klopp wanted to take his team and Robertson was exactly the kind of player to implement that vision. A young, raw, talented full-back who could run relentlessly and mark his man astutely. Over the last two seasons, under Klopp's guidance, the 25-year-old has established himself as a stalwart in the Liverpool defence, making him one of the (if not the best) left-back in European football at the moment. Appearing in 36 of the 38 premier league matches played by Liverpool this season, he has 11 assists to his name and contributed significantly to the 21 clean sheets kept by Liverpool - the highest in the league this season. Reuters Virgil van Dijk has often been touted as the main reason why Liverpool's defence has risen through the ranks the way it has this season, but the two full backs; Robertson and the young Englishman Trent Alexander-Arnold have truly made that unit a defensive rock, that played a pivotal role in the Reds' much-awaited triumph in Europe. From a small-town boy from Glasgow who almost gave up the sport to becoming a bit-part player for a local team in Scotland's third division to now UEFA Champions League winner; the journey of dynamic Robertson is the one that continues to give way to young and aspiring footballers who're looking to make a mark in the sport.
  18. There are kids, and then there are pure geniuses like 8-year-old Niall Thogulava from Chennai. Remember the time when cartoon shows, playing with friends 5 hours a day and coming home at the end of a school day used to be our biggest points of interest? Well, Niall is an example of how the generations, since ours, have evolved. This child prodigy from Southern India has portrayed exceptional talents when it comes to reading, writing and speaking hundreds of languages from around the world. Niall is an inspiring polyglot who can read and write as many as 106 languages! *WOAH* © NDTV How did he do it in such a short time of being around? Well, blame it on the internet (just like this year's CBSE 12th topper). Niall took the help of the internet, especially YouTube, to learn all the languages he has mastered today. As per an ANI report, Niall also knows the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), which allows one to transcribe the sound of any spoken language in order to ascertain its pronunciation. Niall told ANI, "I do not know how my interest in languages began. I can read and write over 106 languages and can fluently speak 10 languages. I am currently learning five new languages." © ANI Niall's father, Shankar Narayanan, is a proud man when he says, "Last year, he started developing an interest for new languages and from there he took a great leap. Making use of the internet, he started learning one language after another." Niall is proof that if you set your heart on something, and work hard to see it through, anything is possible and age is no bar for it.
  19. From comparing the image of black hole to sambhar wada, to praising a schoolgirl for riding a horse to her exam center, to spotting the rarest of the rare talents from across the globe, Anand Mahindra never fails to impress us with his take on anything and everything under the sun. Reuters And once again, the chairman of the Mahindra Group has introduced us to another young prodigy, whose talents were unknown to most of us until now. The young prodigy we're talking about is a 5-year-old Iranian boy who plays football like it's nobody's damn business. View this post on Instagram There is something about Arat which distinguishes him from the other kids in his age, and that's fighting back after a failure ! He fights back with more power & passion to get what he wants. I truly believe he has unlimited power in his heart , failure won't make him lose his hope but it makes him stronger . Arat the extraterrestrial little boy ð½ ð¦ ð¾ اگر ÙÙ Ø³Ø¹Û Ú©ÙÙ Ùر رÙز ÚÛز ØªØ§Ø²Ù Ø§Û Ûاد بگÛر٠٠اÙÙ٠ت٠برÙاÙÙ Ùا٠بÛار٠٠خÙدÙ٠پاÛبÙد اÛ٠حرکت Ú©ÙÙ Ùطعا ÙÛتÙÙ٠آÛÙد٠خÙØ¨Û Ø¨Ø±Ø§Û Ø¨ÚÙ Ùا٠بسازÙ. ð¤ ____________ #arat #fit #fitness #baby #5yearsold #sixpack #6pack #bodybuilding #building #bodygoals #fitnessmodel #model #fashion #love #hero #spiderman #batman #soccer #ninja #2019 #family #boy #photography #photo @arat.gym A post shared by Arat Hosseini (@arat.gym) on Apr 18, 2019 at 6:00am PDT Thanks to his long hair, Arat Hosseini is often confused for a girl and Anand Mahindra too got confused. In the video that has now gone viral, Anand Mahindra too confesses about getting confused, but he is impressed regardless. When I first saw this in my #whatsappwonderbox I thought it was a little girl & was amazed. Then trawled the net & it seems it's really a 4 yr old Iranian boy! I'm still impressed by the way! Enjoy... pic.twitter.com/pqfPMhMRoR — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) May 18, 2019 At an age when most of us were probably still busy eating mud, Arat has become an internet sensation with his kickass football skills. View this post on Instagram how many ? ðªð¾ð¶ð¼ . #Arat #soccer #barcelona #football A post shared by Arat Hosseini (@arat.gym) on May 14, 2019 at 3:06am PDT View this post on Instagram â½ï¸â½ï¸ð¶ð¼ The country of Qatar tried to help Arat to attend a very good European football academy, but unfortunately strict laws of FIFA didn't allow this to happen , we could have only done this if we lived in Europe. Anyways we have to stop thinking about going to European football academies, and we have to stay here and try our best to learn techniques by the academy in here and the videos that are available in the internet. We will try our best to attend the greatest football academic in the future and in order to achieve our goal we need exercise and experience. I would like to thank Qatar ð¶ð¦ for trying to help Arat's future Translated by @asal_story â Ú©Ø´Ùر Ùطر تÙاش کرد ک٠باعث رÙت٠آرات ب٠ÛÚ© باشگا٠خÙب ارÙپا بش٠اÙا ÙاÙÙ٠سخت Ú¯ÛراÙÙ ÙÛÙا اÛ٠اجاز٠را Ùداد اگر Ø®ÙدÙÙ٠در ارÙپا بÙدÛ٠اÛ٠شراÛØ· ÙÙÛا ÙÛشد. بÙابراÛ٠رÙت٠ب٠ارÙپا را در حا٠حاضر باÛد از Ø°ÙÙÙÙ٠پاک Ú©ÙÛÙ. Ùا در آکادÙÛ Ø®ÙدÙا٠ÙÙ٠درسÙا را Ø®Ùب Ûاد Ø®ÙاÙÛ٠گرÙت ٠با دÛد٠ÙÛÙÙÙØ§Û Ùدارس ÙختÙ٠درسÙØ§Û Ø¬Ø¯ÛØ¯ØªØ±Û Ûاد ÙÛÚ¯ÛرÛÙ. Ø¨Ø±Ø§Û Ø±Ùت٠ب٠بزرگترÛ٠باشگاÙÙØ§Û Ø¯ÙÛا ٠کسب تجربÙØ Ø¨Ûشتر از ÙÙÛش٠تÙاش Ø®ÙاÙÛ٠کرد. جا دار٠از ÙطرÛÙا بابت تÙاششÙ٠تشکر Ú©ÙÙ. â½ï¸â½ï¸ soccer â½ï¸ A post shared by Arat Hosseini (@arat.gym) on Apr 25, 2019 at 8:02am PDT Arat, who is known as the 'world's strongest kid', has 2.1 million followers on Instagram and actor Varun Dhawan happens to be one of them. View this post on Instagram I love you â¤ï¸ ð @aratarthur ðâ½ï¸ soccer ð¥ A post shared by Arat Hosseini (@arat.gym) on Apr 7, 2019 at 11:53pm PDT View this post on Instagram â¤ï¸ A post shared by Arat Hosseini (@arat.gym) on Apr 7, 2019 at 9:27am PDT Honestly, Messi and Ronaldo have got nothing on this kid.
  20. When we think about the game of cricket, we think about a game of sheer passion, emotions and even a way of life for some of the fans who are tilted towards the 'crazy' side, which is not something to frown upon. One must have a passion for something in life and cricket, clearly is a popular choice. Take this young boy from Tamil Nadu who cries out a river when his idol, his 'Thala' got dismissed on an objectionable run-out at the hands of fielder Ishan Kishan in the Indian Premier League final against Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians. MS Dhoni run-out! Out or Not out? https://t.co/HW7L7XMx68 — Aditya Pandey (@adityapandey148) May 15, 2019 The fact that the decision was announced on the giant screen inside the stadium after the third umpire reviewed the footage again and again, convincing along the way, all Dhoni supporters thought that their captain just might have made it across the crease. But when the screen showed “OUT” in that big red font, this little man lost his cool and let his emotions get the better of him. Dhoni not out..... 3rd umpire sethuruvan ððð pic.twitter.com/PWXpeUpvps — Siva (@Siva68079003) May 13, 2019 Sitting in his mother's lap, the boy can be seen expressing his emotions. Watching Dhoni walk back towards the dug-out, he curses out at the third umpire, Nigel Llong who, let's just say is not a very popular character ever since he broke a door at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore after getting tired of arguing with Royal Challengers Bangalore captain, Virat Kohli. Anyhow, this is what the boy said in Tamil, according to The Times of India: “Third umpire will commit suicide for the wrong decision of the umpire on the ground.” In the background, his mother tries to convince him by saying that the Indian Premier League is scripted and that it was because of “match-fixing” that the third umpire gave the unjust decision for Mahi's wicket. In the defence of the young boy, we are still not 100% sure whether Dhoni was in fact out or not as one camera shows that his bat was well inside the crease when the ball struck the bails off while the second camera shows that Dhoni did not make it to the line in time. Even the adults of social media could not come to a proper conclusion: DHONI WAS NOT OUTð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ — KhushbuSundar â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ (@khushsundar) May 12, 2019 I m Dhoni fan.. But kis angle se ye out ni lg rha bhai?? #IPL2019Final #MIvsCSK pic.twitter.com/ay800A9N5I — Jayâ¡ï¸ (@singh___sahab) May 12, 2019 Dhoni waiting outsude Third Umpire's cabin after he gave him run out#MIvCSK pic.twitter.com/DvATaaS0sr — urstrulyKajalð®ð³ (@BanarasiBasanti) May 12, 2019 Turning Point of d Vivo Ipl 2019..... Dhoni was not out.... ðððð Worst Umpiring Standards.... Hats off to Third Worst Umpire.....Low level Umpiring... Cricketing standards not at it's best.... Club Cricket Umpiring....ðððð pic.twitter.com/Uo1vBRqQVj — Nilesh Khedikar (@NileshKhedikar5) May 12, 2019 TODAY IT IS PROVED THAT MONEY SPEAKS FASTER THAN ANYTHING EVEN DHONI GOT RUN OUT IN FRONT OF MONEY pic.twitter.com/v0Ebr5iOio — Abhishek chicky (@Abhishe14832361) May 12, 2019 #IPL2019Final #GameofThrones Pic 1: Actually see the wicket is already came out a little bit There is no frame in between the 2 frames. So Dhoni must be a little behind Pic 2: This is different camera and frame in between those 2 is available. Therefore Dhoni was run out pic.twitter.com/UVk2VnEEKM — Dr Swamy Fan Club (@Swamybhakt1) May 13, 2019
  21. Hard work is important and so is experiencing failure. If you don't succeed at the first attempt, don't lose hope and give up. Gather yourself and try again. And again. And again, until you succeed. Facebook Phoenix, an adorable little kid was in his martial arts class, trying to break a board. He did not have to break the board to advance to the next level, but he still wanted to do it. Phoenix's proud mother shared the emotional video on social media. Facebook Before I continue with Phoenix's story, let's give a big shoutout to his friends and the instructor. These are the kind of friends people deserve to have in their lives. After some failed attempts, Phoenix was very dejected and was in tears as he couldn't succeed. Suddenly, the room was filled with echoes of kids chanting Phoenix's name, cheering him up and encouraging him. Finally, the kid broke the board and taught us one of the biggest life lessons - Never give up, no matter how hard things are in life. Childhood is a crucial time for any and every kid. The things they learn in their growing years, shape their personality and future. While they learn a lot of things in life, sometimes, they end up teaching us adults some valuable life lessons with their innocent acts. Just like how Phoenix taught us to never give up.
  22. Ever since I read about the OnePlus phone and the community, I was sure I too wanted to get my hands on this beauty. It was the phone to have, and the price was a steal for a phone that had everything one needed--great camera, a sleek look and a vision that was tech goals. So my journey into the OnePlus bandwagon started with its first ever edition, and boy, I can proudly say I am a fan for life. OnePlus It's easy usage, simple yet sleek design and fast Operating System is just what makes this phone such a hit with the millennials. I mean yeah, we know we spend most of our time either on social media or clicking photos and this phone does complete justice to our needs. The rear camera combination is 16MP and 20MP with OIS, while the front camera remains 16MP. OnePlus 6T also sports a newer NightScape mode for better low-light pictures. The phone has an in-screen fingerprint scanner, which the company called Screen Lock. The battery is 3,700mAh with fast charging seen on other OnePlus phones. OnePlus And now, just days before the OnePlus 7 launch in India, OnePlus makers have announced a big price drop for OnePlus 6T and I am over the moon. The smartphone with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage will be available for Rs 31,499 with Rs 9,000 off during Amazon Summer Sale. OnePlus 6T will also get Rs 1,500 instant discount on SBI credit and debit cards. This will be the last chance to buy the OnePlus 6T at a lowered price and I am already scouting for this fabulous deal online. The offer period is from 3 May, 12 PM onwards. The offer is live on Amazon.in, Oneplus.in, OnePlus exclusive offline stores, Croma outlets and Reliance. This is the cheapest the 6T has ever been and it's the last chance to buy one. So hurry up and join this exciting world of the OnePlus community.
  23. Voting is a fundamental right that every citizen deserves and should exercise as well. Believe it or not, but the entire nation's fate depends on the tiny mark of blue ink on your finger. Even our political leaders understand this, which is why they are busy with election campaigns and urging people to vote. Reuters PM Modi is also busy with the election campaign and almost a month ago, he had urged people (actors, cricketers and many prominent sports personalities) from all walks of life, to encourage their fans and followers to vote. In one of those tweets, PM Modi asked Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and Karan Johar to "creatively ensure high voter awareness and participation in the coming elections." Now, actor Shah Rukh Khan has responded to PM Modi's message and came up with a rap song, 'Karo Matdan', requesting people to go and vote in the ongoing Lok Sabha 2019 elections. YouTube/ Red Chillies Entertainment The song is not only peppy, but also brings to surface a talent in SRK that we weren't aware of - rapping. He wrote, "PM sahib @narendramodi ne creativity ki liye bola tha. Main thoda late ho gaya video banane mein...aap mat hona Vote karne mein!!! 'Voting is not only our Right, it is our Power.' Please Use It. Thank u to @tanishkbagchi @abbyviral @parakramsinghr." PM sahib @narendramodi ne creativity ki liye bola tha. Main thoda late ho gaya video banane mein...aap mat hona Vote karne mein!!! 'Voting is not only our Right, it is our Power.' Please Use It. Thank u to @tanishkbagchi @abbyviral @parakramsinghr . https://t.co/9280i8BnK3 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 22, 2019 PM Modi too replied to the song and called it a "fantastic effort." He wrote, "I am sure the people of India, especially first time voters will pay heed to your appeal and come out to vote in large numbers." Fantastic effort, @iamsrk! I am sure the people of India, especially first time voters will pay heed to your appeal and come out to vote in large numbers https://t.co/y2OLgrwOOS — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 22, 2019 Honestly, after listening to this song, we can't wait for a rap face-off between SRK and the OG 'Gully Boy' Ranveer Singh.
  24. 'Game Of Thrones' has a cult following for a lot of reasons. One of which is the fact that the show has stellar costumes that look authentic to the timeline they shoot in. However, wearing such context-heavy costumes comes at a heavy price. Sometimes, the fabric or the design was so uncomfortable that the actors could do nothing but sit through long and tiresome shooting hours. Maisie Williams, in a recent interview with a leading publication revealed that the prep for 'Game Of Thrones', aside from the strenuous shooting in extremely cold locations, also had to deal with uncomfortable straps and bellies. For Maisie Williams, as Arya Stark in the initial few seasons, had to wear a strap across her chest to hide her breasts. At 15, while normal teenage girls had crushes and an awkward teenage life, Maisie Williams had to wear a strap and hide her breasts for long shoot hours as her character Arya, was pretending to be a boy in the series. And after the strap stopped working, Maisie Williams had to wear a "chubby belly" to "even out the playing field" so no one( other characters) would suspect her a girl on the show. © HBO It was only in the sixth season that the costume designers decided to let Arya grow on the show so they gave a bra to Maisie Williams as a part of the costume. This made the costume in general so much more comfortable for Maisie Williams.
  25. An Indian student named Sainath Manikandan in Abu Dhabi has developed robots to help protect marine life and minimise human labour on farms. That's so cool, right? Sainath is a student at GEMS United Indian School and he has built not one, but two robots, which is quite impressive. He hopes his innovation would be implemented on a bigger scale in the UAE. @DianaAward #DianasLegacy We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Goumbook's Drop It Youth Ambassador, Sainath Manikandan, has been awarded The @DianaAward for his work as an environmentalist and is driving change in his community by campaigning. Congratulations Sainath!!! pic.twitter.com/P6BPvfozP7 — lalitha manikandan (@lallimanikandan) July 3, 2018 His first robot is called MBot Cleaner. It's essentially a Marine Robot Cleaner that helps preserve the marine environment. The other robot called AgriBot, as the name suggests, is an agriculture robot that will help reduce the labour of farmers who work in countries with high temperatures, like the UAE. According to him, the MBot is a prototype robot that can remove floating waste from surface water. “MBot is a prototype robot that can remove floating wastes from surface water. It is basically shaped like a boat and can be operated remotely with a radio control. It runs with two motors that help the boat move in the water," Manikandan said. © Twitter The robot's wheel and the third motor are fitted with popsicle sticks to help push waste from the water bodies into the storage basket. He also noted the robot can be powered by solar panels instead of batteries. The AgriBot, on the other hand, will help the farmers in hot countries like the UAE by performing elementary functions involved in farming, such as ploughing the field, sowing seeds, and covering the seeds with soil. “The robot is autonomous and provides the facility for the optional switching of the ploughing system when required,” he said. Manikandan said, “Recycling just one tonne of paper can save 17 trees, 7,000 gallons of water, 380 gallons of oil, 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space and 4,000 kilowatts of energy.” Last year alone, Manikandan collected nearly 2,500 kgs of paper and 250 kgs of plastic.
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