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  1. The captain of the Indian football team, Sunil Chhetri once again created history during the clash against Bangladesh in Doha, when he struck back to back goals to help his side not only take the win but also break Argentine legend Lionel Messi’s record for second-most goals in international football by active players. Netting the ball in the 79th minute and later in two minutes into the added time, Chhetri took his tally up to 74 goals, two more than Messi but 29 goals away from Cristiano Ronaldo, who remains on top on the list of active players and on the second position of all-time scorers with 103 goals under his name. 🤩 He’s now got more than Messi! Sunil Chhetri’s double earns the Blue Tigers a 2-0 win in #WCQ and moves him on to 74 international goals – above Lionel Messi and one off entering world football’s all-time top 10 🧗‍♂️@chetrisunil11 | @IndianFootball pic.twitter.com/sCCd6BgS9H — FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 7, 2021 Chhetri has also made it to the top-10 list of international goal scorers of all time, which makes this record so much more special for the Indian team, and the fans who follow the sport so passionately in the country and wish to see the culture grow exponentially, just as it did throughout Europe. Whenever Chhetri’s name is used in the same sentence as athletes like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the biggest arguments that seems to derail the conversation is about the quality of opposition that the Indian skipper faces as compared to the Argentine or the Portuguese, even if the comparison is purely based on statistics and not on their abilities as players. Surely enough, the case wasn’t any different this time around: There is no compare between Messi and Sunil Chhetri . Yaa Sunil Chhetri is pride of our country. But comparing with him with legend Messi it's totally senseless . Messi has always scored against the top 15 nations in the world. — Syed Miraj Hossain (@iammirajsyed) June 8, 2021Messi be like gajab beizzati hai ese din aa gaye pic.twitter.com/6kubqGBCPF — SHAHADAT ALI (@AliShahadat4444) June 7, 2021this must come from@an indian admin working in this page... overambitious indian expdctations.. WCQ dream is next to impossible until and unless the cricket culture does not go from@the country.. kudos to sunil chhetri but comparison is just absurd and senseless — Surendra Bahadur KC (@KshetriSurendra) June 8, 2021Fortunately and thankfully, this time around, there are a few sensible people who managed to understand the difference between statistics and player comparison and were able to talk about it online as well. Yahh sure he can sarpas the whole Indian team I couldn't agree more . Messi is changing football. When we say India yes we are late but we are approaching it . There is nothing to hate us . We have to work hard and learn more from the legend . Peace ☮️ — Shubham Raj (@D3vil_____) June 8, 2021who is comparing ....its just stats — KarateLover🇮🇳 (@ICT_Fan_18) June 8, 2021Very surprising to see that some Indian football lovers (twitter kids) took this personally and started disrespecting our Indian captain just because their fav player's (Player of Argentina) name is being discussed in tweet.... These people are keyboard warriors — CA Shubham Mishra (@ShubhamMishra02) June 8, 2021It's sad to see how Indian themselves don't appreciate their country player Although he is not great than Messi but he is talented man At age of 36 he is performing well. If you can't appreciate don't hate them. — Sonu Singh( सोनू सिंह) (@SonuSin69771380) June 8, 2021This turned out to be India’s first win in a FIFA World Cup qualifiers round in six years after having lost three of the seven matches that they have played so far this year. They also managed to draw three other matches and are currently at the number three position in the ‘Second Round Group E’ with 6 points. Qatar and Oman are perched at the first and second spot with 22 and 12 points, respectively. Chhetri and Co. will be back in action against Afghanistan on Tuesday, 15th June at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha. View the full article
  2. BTS has surpassed yet another ?Dynamite? record with shocking ?Butter? view count
  3. Kim Kardashian said she feels like a failure because of her split with Kanye West
  4. Data showed that 2.2 billion shares were traded at PSX, breaking record of 1.56 billion shares set a day earlier
  5. Asad Umar's tweet comes after PSX's benchmark KSE-100 Index closes trading on positive note
  6. Most of us are familiar with the feeling of pure relief as we kickstart our day by scrolling through memes and videos on Instagram while sitting on the toilet seat in the comforts of our homes. © Shutterstock However, while the immense comfort of the routine may make us lose track of space and time, one certainly cannot afford to do that at one's workplace. Well, just because you can't, doesn't mean you won't, and that is certainly the case with one employee in Australia. According to reports, a company has complained about one of their employees spending almost a whole day a week in the office toilet. © iStock The company was so frustrated that they resorted to seeking some advice from Reddit to find a solution to the problem. The post on Reddit said: "We have an employee who is VERY good at his job, but as soon as he gets to work he goes to the toilet and spends about 20 minutes there. By the time he's back at his desk and whatnot it's 9:30. Half an hour until he starts. "Then he goes again anywhere between 2-3 more times during the day. Each for about 20 minutes. The FINAL toilet break is half an hour before he finishes and he basically spends the whole time there. "Each week he's working for 4 days and on the toilet for 1. We're seriously paying him an extra day to sit and s*** and read his phone." © Shutterstock The employer also went on to explain how they had no intention of firing the employee, as he was a 'good guy' and there were no issues with the quality of his work. However, they also said that with Australia having 'strong labour laws' it would have been "almost impossible to fire" the employee even if that was the intention. The post on Reddit received a lot of replies with people even suggesting that the root of the cause may lie in the employee having a medical condition. "Is he salaried? What do you care if he gets his work done? Entirely possible it's an embarrassing health issue, as well." said one user. Another user offered a solution that made a lot of sense. "Either give your employee more work, be satisfied with the work he is completing. Or manage the non-bathroom parts. Create deadlines for projects, check-ins, make them a path." "I get stressed just thinking about someone counting my bathroom breaks." said the user Well, while we don't know whether the company will come out with a "relieving policy" or not, it certainly seems like a wise policy to count our own toilet breaks from now on, eh? View the full article
  7. It’s like we are living the worst nightmare and the cries of people who have lost their loved ones to the deadly Coronavirus are haunting us every day. The deadly pandemic has ruined many lives and has left people drained emotionally and mentally. Bigg Boss winner Rubina Dilaik contracted the virus and had a tough time dealing with it. The Shakti- Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki actor has now chronicled her recovery journey on her YouTube channel. In the video, Dilaik can be seen getting the rapid antigen test and being told that she has tested positive. Her instant reaction was to celebrate and she said, "Positive? Positive? Yeah! Ek maheene ke baad (after a month), I will donate plasma." View this post on Instagram Rubina then moved to her quarantine location where her family assured all the comfort and took care of her medications. Her mother and sister Jyotika also featured in the video as they gave her all the supplies she required. Here’s the video: She also discussed how she experienced confusion, weakness, and irritability. She had an emotional meltdown while thanking her family and fans for being her constant support. She said, “I was thinking of sharing this with you all for a long time. I am extremely blessed, I would say, that I have an amazing family, a loving and caring husband, totally loving and supporting parents. My sisters are amazing, I am extremely grateful. Of course, my fans, I have been reading the wishes." Rubina Dilaik also gave a glimpse of her treatment as she traveled in an ambulance to get her CT scan. She is now on the road to recovery and says she's been missing her husband. View this post on InstagramMeanwhile, on the work front, after her stint on Salman Khan's reality show Bigg Boss 14, Rubina has appeared in a few music videos, including one with her husband Abhinav Shukla. View the full article
  8. Will Smith broke out into a country 'hoedown' as part of his new fitness regime
  9. The real-life hero, Sonu Sood, who has been arranging oxygen, hospital beds, and medicines for people as the country battles the second wave of coronavirus, also seems to have broken down. He said that every cry for help is a realization that the system has failed to protect its citizens. He recently spoke to journalist Barkha Dutt at length about how the shortage of oxygen in the capital and lack of hospital beds and non-availability of medicines is killing patients and not the virus. He said, “My parents are no more, and sometimes I think thank God they are no more because imagine they would have been helpless and I would have been running around for them. You feel like a failed human being if you are not able to get oxygen for your loved ones. You feel what have I achieved in life. I am getting calls from the most well-established people who have big houses in Delhi, and they say, ‘Please get me just one bed.” View this post on Instagram “Imagine how helpless they are. Imagine what will happen to a common person or a poor person who has no resources. Who will take care of them? Nothing can be worse than this. At least, oxygen is my right. A hospital is my right. If we say one lakh people have died, then imagine if we had one lakh more beds, these people would have been saved. The people who have died didn’t deserve to die. They are dying because they are not getting the treatment at the right time. Someone’s oxygen drops from 88 to 60 because he or she didn’t get a bed or oxygen. How are the families of these people going to lead their lives? They will live as failed humans. We all have also failed as humans,” he added. View this post on Instagram Not only this, Sonu Sood and his team of volunteers in Bengaluru provided around 16 oxygen cylinders to a hospital in the city and saved the lives of around 20-22 Covid-19 patients. The Karnataka team of Sonu Sood Charity Foundation received an SOS call from a police official about the urgent need for an oxygen cylinder at ARAK hospital. View the full article
  10. An Indian woman can be seen in a rickshaw, sprinkling water on her husband's face and giving him CPR
  11. Dark clouds hover across India, especially in major cities like New Delhi and Mumbai, where there has been an acute shortage of medical oxygen for patients in hospitals. © Reuters The second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic has shaken the foundations of our already overwhelmed health care systems, leaving patients and their loved ones helpless in search of beds, medicines, and oxygen. With many hospitals across the national capital New Delhi reporting to be running with acute shortage of oxygen, in heartbreaking video footage, Dr. Sunil Saggar, CEO of Shanti Mukand Hospital could be seen breaking down while stating that the hospital had only two hours of oxygen left. #WATCH | Sunil Saggar, CEO, Shanti Mukand Hospital, Delhi breaks down as he speaks about Oxygen crisis at hospital. Says "...We're hardly left with any oxygen. We've requested doctors to discharge patients, whoever can be discharged...It (Oxygen) may last for 2 hrs or something." pic.twitter.com/U7IDvW4tMG — ANI (@ANI) April 22, 2021 Speaking with ANI on Thursday (April 22) Saggar said that he had instructed doctors to discharge patients who can be discharged. "We are hardly left with any oxygen. We have requested doctors to discharge patients, whoever can be discharged. It (oxygen) may last for two hours or something," said Saggar. "Whatever volume of oxygen we were giving, we have tweaked it so that it can last more. Presently, 110 patients are on oxygen, out of which 12 are on ventilators. About 85 patients are on more than 5 litre/minute oxygen, then there are cancer, cardiac patients." said Saggar. Narrating the crisis that was looming over his hospital, Saggar broke down at the end while saying, "It will be very unfortunate, deplorable condition...we as doctors are supposed to give life. If we cannot give them oxygen even, the patient will die," The heart-wrenching video of the incident saw the reaction of people on the microblogging website Twitter. This is really sad and heartbreaking!@narendramodi @drharshvardhan @PiyushGoyal — Siddharth Setia (@ethicalsid) April 22, 2021The helplessness of a hospital CEO shows the mismanagement of political outfits for the battle of power ( Center vs state ) , blaming each other and letting 100s die. They he broke down shows the selfless service , care and concern he have towards the patients #CovidIndia — apuroop (@ApurOoP_26) April 22, 2021Someone Please file RTI and find out how much money #ArvindKejriwal sir wasted on ads — 𝒮𝒽𝒶𝒾𝓁𝑒𝓈𝒽_𝐼𝒩𝒟 भारतीय (@Shailesh__IND) April 22, 2021Never in my life thought that we will have to face such situation . — Dr Thalamus (@Neurochauhan) April 22, 2021Delhi Health System will collapsed anytime. Centre must intervene ASAP. — Arun Kaushik IN (@Vikki0947893) April 22, 2021@ArvindKejriwal sir ji please dispatch oxygen to this hospital immediately. No time to loose. You have now sufficient oxygen in delhi. Donot be selective in issuing oxygen to hospitals. — 🇮🇳 🇮🇳 (@fornewindia) April 22, 2021The shortage of Oxygen is #COVIDEmergency2021. Both GOI & State Govts must take all necessary steps to ensure supply. — Chandra Kumar Bose (@Chandrakbose) April 22, 2021Patients will be left alone to die!#ModiMadeDisaster — Ashok Shekhawat 🇮🇳 (@Ashokkshekhawat) April 22, 2021Doctors breaking down, O2/medicines/vaccines being looted, states fighting each other, SC telling HCs to stay out..... This is grim, hope all this stops soon and precious lives saved. — JPS Uppal (@JPSUppal) April 22, 2021 According to reports, the Arvind Kejriwal government has approached the Delhi High Court stating that Saroj Hospital & Shanti Mukund Hospital would be running out of oxygen soon and that supply had been stopped by the states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. © Reuters Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia has blamed the shortage of oxygen in Delhi's hospitals for the disruption in supply from an oxygen plant in Faridabad. According to reports, an INOX Air's plant in Greater Noida was also being stopped from supplying to New Delhi. Following the intervention of the Centre, it was reported that both plants had resumed supply, however, according to the Delhi government, the promised 480 MT has not yet been met. View the full article
  12. BTS?s brand new online concert BANG BANG CON 2021 has taken fans by storm
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