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  1. Xiaomi is an extremely popular brand in India. However, the company is mostly known for its affordable phones than anything else. But did you know that Xiaomi sells a ton of really cool products overseas? Some of these gadgets are so good that you won't think twice before dropping all your money on them. Here's a quick list of products we wish were available in India. Note: Xiaomi sells a lot of these products under its sub-brand, so you may not see the "Xiaomi" branding on most of these gadgets. Wine Bottle Opener © Xiaomi Xiaomi's automatic wine bottle opener is one of the most sophisticated products we've ever seen. Using it is so convenient that there's almost no excuse to not buy it. All you got to do is align it with bottle, press the open button, and press down forcefully to open the bottle. It's as simple as that. If only it was available in India. It only costs $26.99, which is roughly about Rs 2,100. Smart Rear View Mirror © Xiaomi The rear view mirror is probably one of the most important parts of your car. Imagine having a smart rear view mirror that can make your life a lot easier. The one from Xiaomi sports an 8.8-inch display and it comes with a ton of features like GPS, Full HD video recording, 3G/4G connectivity, lane departure warnings, and more. It's as good as it gets. You can find a good deal for this on the internet and get it for around Rs 15,000. That's not too bad for your car. Mi Key © Xiaomi This is probably one of the most underrated Xiaomi products. The Mi Key, besides acting as a dust plug for your phone's headphone jack, also gives you a new button that can be reassigned to pretty much anything like opening up the camera, launching certain apps, etc. It's a no brainer if your phone has a headphone jack. You can grab it for as low as $1, so it's not going to cost you more than Rs 100. Xiaomi TDS Pen © Xiaomi This particular Xiaomi device would be of great use to people living in areas with sub-standard drinking water. It's a device that can be dipped inside the water to calculate the total dissolved solids in it. Really cool, isn't it? As for the price, you can grab one of these for just around Rs 700, which isn't too bad considering how useful it is. Xiaomi AI Translator © Xiaomi If you are someone who tends to travel a lot, then you'd absolutely love this gadget. It's an AI translator that can translate into 14 different languages in realtime. It also has a super sleek design, so it's easy and convenient to carry as well. You can get a good deal on the internet for this and get one for as low as Rs 5,000. There are a ton of other really cool products from Xiaomi but we couldn't possibly fit all of them here, so be sure to let us know about the ones you know. View the full article
  2. OnePlus recently launched the new OnePlus 8 series phones with a ton of cool features. A lot of those features are a part of the new OxygenOS that's running on the new phones and we're happy to report that a lot of them are making their way to the older OnePlus phones too. That's right, OnePlus is making some really cool features of the OnePlus 8 series available to the older devices in their line up with the new OxygenOS update. Here's a quick look at everything that's coming to the older phones - © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Smoother PerformanceOnePlus phones are all about that speed and smooth performance and things are only getting better with each update. OnePlus made as many as 280 tweaks under the hood to make the phones feel faster. They've completely redone the animations to make them feel smoother and faster. Obviously, the new OnePlus 8 Pro is going to benefit the most here since it has that 120Hz panel, however, the older phones should also theoretically feel faster across the board. OnePlus has some of the smoothest animations in the business, so we can only imagine how much difference this will make. UI TweaksOnePlus has also simplified the navigation gestures, so it should be a lot more intuitive to use that now on the older devices too. And on top of that, there are some other deeper customization options that are not limited to just themes. We're looking at things like accent colour customization, advanced settings for AMOLED Wide Gamut, sRGB and Display P3. The new OcygenOS also gets the Dark Theme 2.0, which is essentially the universal dark theme. So, more apps now are compatible with Dark Mode, which is always a good thing. Lastly, there will be some new dynamic wallpapers too. These are the ones that shift colour tones based on "current outdoor temperature conditions." © Reuters Faster Downloads & Smart SMSOnePlus has a nifty little feature called Dual-channel download acceleration with which the users can expect faster download speeds. This particular feature can be enabled to use both mobile data and Wi-Fi at the same time to speed up things. This is in addition to the OnePlus phones' ability to smartly switch between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi depending on the connectivity. Smart SMS manager is also a cool feature to have onboard as it automatically categorises things like spam and promotional messages. Smart SMS manager on the OnePlus phones can categorise the messages between up to 39 types, including OTPs, tickets and bank messages. © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Cricket Card 2.0Cricket scores will be visible on the OnePlus Shelf that sits on the left-mist screen on the home screen. Users will now be able to customize this card to add their favourite teams and access the stories quickly without having to load a website or Google the scores. A pretty neat feature for all the cricket fans out there. All these new features will be rolled out to the existing OnePlus phones, including the OnePlus 7T series and the OnePlus 7 series soon. So, keep an eye out for an update to get all the cool OnePlus 8 series features on your older device. Source: News18 View the full article
  3. Any team that is led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, be it the Indian national team of the Chennai Super Kings side during the Indian Premier League, is used to working under a calm and composed captain. The man somehow manages to show no expressions and his hands never tremble under âdo or dieâ situations, well maybe not during the 2019 World Cup, but you get the point. So on those extremely rare occasions when âCaptain Coolâ loses it, just like any of us, his fans seem to take their time processing what just happened. Here are five moments when MS Dhoni lost his cool but the spectators couldnât believe it: 1. âOh Bh*sdike Idhar Dekh Leâ If Virat Kohli would have said something like this, it probably wouldnât even have made the headlines but when you hear someone like MS Dhoni abusing and that too his own teammate (Manish Pandey), it definitely shocked a lot of people who couldnât believe their ears. 2. Angry At The Right Decision By The Umpires During a 2012 ODI between India and Australia, the third-umpire messed up and declared Michael Hussey out after Dhoni had stumped him despite the replays showing his foot was behind the crease. Once the officials clarified that it was âa malfunctionâ and asked the Aussie to return to the crease, Dhoni was livid. For someone who invited Englandâs Ian Bell to bat after he was wrongfully given a run-out, losing his cool over something like this was highly unlikely. 3. IPL Walkover In the final over of an IPL match between CSK and Rajasthan Royals last season, straight umpire Ulhas Gandhe called a no-ball on a Ben Stokes delivery but quickly took it back once CSK players took a couple of runs. When Ravindra Jadeja started arguing with the officials, Dhoni walked over the boundary line and came to argue with them while pointing a finger at him. Even though the umpires messed it up big time, for Dhoni to enter the field and show such aggression was uncharacteristic of him. 4. Taking Deepak Chaharâs Class In 2019, Deepak Chahar was playing under the leadership of Dhoni but in the yellow CSK uniform. The skipper trusted him with the 19th over in a very close match but the pacer screwed up and bowler two back to back no-balls. Soon enough, Chahar could be seen with his hands behind his back and head bowed down, listening to Thala go at it. 5. âMain Pagal Hoonâ¦â Giving Kuldeep Yadav A Lesson © Reuters Recently, Kuldeep Yadav relived the day he got to hear a ear-full when he ignored his captainâs command and didnât change the fielding after getting slammed by Sri Lankaâs Kusal Perera. On the next ball, Perera smashed yet another delivery by the Chinaman and Dhoni wasnât having any more of it. He yelled at the spinner from behind the stumps: ââMain pagal hu? 300 one-day khela hu, aur samjha raha hu yahan peâ.â View the full article
  4. The coronavirus lockdown across the globe has brought a looming doom on humans at the moment. As we continue to stay in quarantine, the world is divided in several categories of lifestyle. On one hand we have the privileged lot which is trying hard to make it look like one long vacation, and on the other hand are people who cannot afford a single meal. Talking about first world problems in this pandemic, Indians are dying for âthekasâ to open so they can fill up their booze stock at home and continue having a quarantined life in peace. However, as per new guidelines, sale of liquor and cigarettes is banned, and maybe rightly so. The governor of Nairobi in Kenya has been the target of some flak after the COVID-19 care packages that are being given by the government include alcohol as well. âWe will have some small bottles of Hennessy in the food packs that we will be giving to our peopleâ¦â - Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko Note: WHO warns that drinking alcohol does not protect you against COVID-19 and can be dangerous pic.twitter.com/vuSuVAb8dy â Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) April 14, 2020 When the governor was questioned, he agreed to the claim and actually had an explanation for the same. He explained that alcohol is in fact a âthroat sanitiserâ although according to WHO, alcohol doesnât protect you from COVID-19 nor is consumption recommended. The video went viral on social media and people had many opinions around this move. Creative politician award to Mike Sonko governor of #Nairobi, #Kenya He distributed #COVID19 care packages included food, other needs & cognac, #Hennessy. Sonko suggested the #WHO suggested alcohol helps kill #Coronavirus, the Hennessy would serve as a âThroat Sanitizer.â ... â Delrish Moss (@Delrish_M) April 18, 2020 People actually want to vote for him and wish every government was this cool. Everyone is hating on the governor of #Kenya for giving out bottles of Henny in Rona relief packages but come on, I want my government to be this cool...@MikeSonko hook it up!!!! â Bill Tracy (@BillTracyIV) April 17, 2020Not sure about his choice of outfit here, but he had me at HENNESSY! pic.twitter.com/XRKvdyU6zz â Shawnasaurus Rex (@ShawnG927) April 18, 2020 Jokes apart, some people didnât find it cool and called him out for this health hazard. There is alot of ignorance as regards preventing COVID19 in Africa, just heard a governor in Nairobi Kenya shared cognac to his people claiming it kills coronavirus, some Men for Naija go like that kind Governor ooooo â Owen Gee (@OfficialOwenGee) April 17, 2020His hand sanitizers are pretty cool actually with all that customisation included. I wonder if it has a personalised not as well? © Twitter/ _Kimenyi All things said and done, hope you are staying indoors and adhering to the government rules. source: CNN View the full article
  5. Apple just unveiled the latest iPad Pro that comes with new features that will change the way we use the tablet altogether. The new iPad Pro comes with new camera hardware and support for trackpads similar to MacBooks by the Cupertino giant. The new iPad Pro gets an additional ultra-wide camera lens and new mics for better call quality. It even comes with is own LiDAR scanner that is capable of giving better depth-sensing capabilities. It will be supported by pro photo and video apps for the iPad. © Apple In an upcoming iPadOS update, Apple will be extending support for a trackpad, bringing in a whole new way of using the iPad. It takes Apple one step closer to converting the iPad Pro into a credible replacement for a laptop. The trackpad will also support Multi-Touch gestures similar to MacBooks, making it easier for users to navigate and multitask on the iPad Pro. All of this will be possible, thanks to a new Magic Keyboard that has the trackpad in-built for using with the iPad Pro. The Magic Keyboard even has a backlit keyboard making it easier to type in dim environments. The new accessory will be available later this year in May. © Apple âThe new iPad Pro introduces advanced technologies never before available in mobile computing,â said Phil Schiller, Appleâs senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. âCombining the most advanced mobile display with powerful performance, pro cameras, pro audio, the breakthrough LiDAR Scanner and new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad, this is another huge leap forward for iPad. Thereâs no other device in the world like the new iPad Pro and we think our customers are going to love it.â âWeâre making iPad even more capable and versatile by bringing trackpad support to iPadOS,â said Craig Federighi, Appleâs senior vice president of Software Engineering. âWe carefully considered the best way to integrate trackpad use into a touch-first environment while retaining everything our customers know and love about the iPad. Weâre thrilled to bring this new way of interacting with iPad to the millions of people using iPadOS today.â © Apple The new iPad Pro will be powered by appleâs A12Z Bionic chip to make it the most powerful tablet ever. It has an eight-core GPU capable of delivering console-level graphics in games and an improved thermal architecture to prevent throttling. It is also capable of editing 4K videos and 3D models for graphic designers and animators. Also, it can last up to 10 hours on a single charge, now. The display on the new iPad Pro will be somewhat similar to its predecessor as it will be available in both 11 and 12.9-inches. The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and will automatically adjust depending on your activity. © Apple The new LiDAR scanner is a new addition to the camera module that will users measure objects up to 5m away. It works in both outdoor and indoor environments. The new scanner promises to deliver a new way to experience augmented reality as it uses data from both the cameras and motion sensors. The new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be available in silver and space grey colours and will start from Rs 71900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 85900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will start from Rs 89900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 103900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Both iPad Pro models are expected to be available soon in India. The Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro will be available for purchase in May for Rs 27900 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs 31900 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. View the full article
  6. The best of fashion is always the one which combines the style with everyday functionality. No matter how much you love a trend, you can never wear it if it is not comfortable or practical. Summer layering is the perfect example of the same. We love the layered ensembles but mostly end up sweating through it. Here are five summer jackets that will make layering pleasant even during summers. Get ready to rock your “cool” style. __ECOMLOOKS__232__ __ECOMLOOKS__233__ __ECOMLOOKS__234__ __ECOMLOOKS__235__ __ECOMLOOKS__236__ EXPLORE MORE View the full article
  7. When it comes to Varun Dhawan's personal style, he likes to keep it low-key with silhouettes like denim and leather jackets, graphic t-shirts, and ripped jeans. However, sometimes, he likes to dip his toes in outlandish trends. The 32-year-old actor was recently seen in the much-awaited film Street Dancer, and will next be seen in films like Coolie No.1 and Mr. Lele and hence, this year he's trying out new styles. Case in point: © Viral Bhayani Recently, he was spotted at the airport in an outfit that suggested that Varun has stepped out of his comfort zone and in a good way. This look consisted of a coordinated floral patterned shirt and pants. However, what's intriguing is the fact that with his mask on, he looked barely recognisable and, in-fact, looked like Ranveer Singh's style twin. This is also because his look's aesthetic closely resembles Ranveer's everyday fashion aesthetic. But we're also glad that Varun Dhawan is taking his safety seriously with Coronavirus on the loose, considering he's wearing a mask at the airport, which surprisingly goes really well with the look. In fact, the pair of shades that he was wearing with the outfit also added an edge to the look. © Viral Bhayani But, despite all of that, this outfit is taking us back to H.G Wells Invisible Man. The protagonist had to cover-up everything in order to be visible. With a mask and shades, it looks like VD may have assumed the character. And for that very reason, he wasn't shying away to show-off the new trend that he's clearly started, clubbing protective gear like an accessory with a regular outfit. © Viral Bhayani However, this is no way suggests that we do not like Varun's boy-next-door style, for example, the time he sported a stellar denim-on-denim look or the time when he wore protective knee gear as an accessory. He's clearly a style inspiration and there's plenty that we can learn from him. View the full article
  8. If there's one thing that we've learnt from Kartik Aaryan, it is that he knows how to amplify any basic outfit and turn it around 180 degrees. Whether it's a baggy sweater or double-breasted suit, he never fails to inspire us with his great style wardrobe. © Viral Bhayani The resurgence of oversized silhouettes went really big and the exaggerated nonchalance it has, is truly the key to ace the street style aesthetics. Coming to Kartik's outfit, he is seen wearing a loose, lilac blazer layered over a satin grey shirt and pants. The unlikely shade of this overall ensemble is what makes for an outstanding choice. While it may not be as elegant and sharp as a tuxedo, the boxy silhouette is kinda cool to make a statement. View the full article
  9. It's a freezing winter day, and while there's nothing you want more than to tuck into bed and stuff your face while Netflix and chilling with bae, your FOMO is thankfully stopping you from being a lazy bum all day. And, the one thing that's always perked us up a tad and saved us from being cooped up inside for days, is being able to look super stylish without worrying about those extra pounds. We've found you 12 super-stylish sweatshirts and jackets that will help motivate you to step outside and live a little on the gloomiest of days. __ECOMLOOKS__102__ __ECOMLOOKS__103__ __ECOMLOOKS__104__ __ECOMLOOKS__105__ View the full article
  10. LAHORE: Another controversial video of Hassaan Niazi, Prime Minister Imran Khan's nephew, surfaced Friday in which he can be seen arguing with a driver after his car collided with another one. The incident reportedly took place outside the gate of a club located at Zafar Ali Road. The two cars collided as both were trying to enter the same gate at the same time. A furious Niazi can be seen forcibly taking the keys from the other person's car and arguing with him. Police officers at the scene tried to intervene by urging the prime minister's nephew to calm down. Niazi spoke to Geo News, confirming that his car did have a collision with the other vehicle. The lawyer said he had complained to the club administration about the incident. He said after a 'minor spat', the issue was resolved. Taking to Twitter, Niazi said he had been punched but a couple of news channels had bashed him before taking his version of the event. "My car was hit. I got punched. I called the security. I filed the complaint. And media bashing me even after issue has been resolved. First they played news then decided to take my version," he tweeted. He is nominated in one of the two first information reports (FIRs) registered for vandalising a police car parked outside the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC). According to the police, the case was registered after they "found Niazi damaging a police car in the CCTV footage they had obtained". Last month, a group of more than 200 lawyers, following an earlier quarrel with the PIC staff that escalated into a brawl, had stormed the hospital, vandalised property and damaged dozens of vehicles. They had also set ablaze a police van during their assault. Three people had lost their lives amidst the mayhem as doctors abandoned their patients to escape the mob. On December 20, an ATC had granted interim bail to Niazi in the PIC attack case.
  11. If you're looking to buy a pair of Bluetooth earphones today, then there's nothing to worry about, really. The options are aplenty and I am sure you'll find something that fits your budget. And because there are so many options out there, we sadly don't get to see something that is very unique. However I recently came across this pair of earphones called the Sound One DC-111, which is essentially detachable. Yeah, it's one of the more unique pieces of earphones I've used to date, and here's a quick review to give you an idea of the product. 1. Design And Build Quality © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP The marquee feature of these earphones is that it can either be used as a pair of Bluetooth earphones or wired earphones. All you have to do is just detach the earbuds from the cable that it's connected to and use the one that you feel like using. The earbuds, as you can see, are connected to the cable via a proprietary port, and are easily detachable. You can't use the buds as a pair of truly wireless earbuds, which means, it always has to be connected to a cable. That's because there's no battery in the buds themselves. I must point out that the cable looks quite flimsy and it appears as though the connecting pins will break very easily. But I guess that's just a risk that you'll have to take. Inside the box, you'll get a carrying case, a MicroUSB cable for charging the batteries, extra ear tips and the necessary cable for using it in both the modes. © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP It's also worth pointing out that the earbuds are very small, so it's very easy to lose them when they're not connected to a particular cable of choice. So, just make sure they're always connected to some cable or be sure to throw them in the carrying case. I really like the idea of having both modes at hand since I always find myself left with discharged earphones. It's just hard to charge all the devices and I happen to carry a lot of them at any given time. So I thoroughly enjoyed using the Sound One DC-111. There's just something very satisfying about switching modes on-the-go and not have to worry about battery life. 2. Sound Quality © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP There's no point about design and functionality if it doesn't sound good, right? Well, I was quite surprised by the audio quality of the Sound One DC-111. Sound One, for those of you who don't know, is a Hong-Kong based audio solutions company. So, let's just say that they know their products. If you're someone who cares the most about the bass, which is most people, you'd absolutely love these. It's more obvious when you're listening to, say, electronic music or pop music. The 10 mm drivers really give out deep bass with good sound output. Obviously, it's not as good as something like the Skullcandy Crusher or 1MORE Quad-driver earphones. Those are premium products, but Sound One does a really good job for the price. © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP I just got back Sunburn music festival, so I am still pretty hooked to EDM and dance music. So let's just say that I spent most of my time listening to popular tracks by DJ Snake, Flume among others while testing these out and it was really good. Set the volume to 75% and you'll be good to go. 3. Battery Life The Sound One DC-111 is one of those Bluetooth earphones with which you don't really have to worry about the battery life because you can simply swap the cables and use it in the wired mode. But even in Bluetooth, I was able to listen to music for about 4-5 hours on a single charge, which is not too bad. It packs a 90mAh battery inside, which is more or less similar to most other Bluetooth earphones on the market. © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP I only found myself using it in the Bluetooth mode when I am out for a quick run in the morning. The earphones also come with an IPX5 rating, which means it's waterproof and perfect for workouts. Overall, good battery life when you're using the earphones in Bluetooth mode. But like I said, you really won't have to worry about the battery life all the time because of the wired mode. 4. The Final Say So, should you buy the Sound One DC-111? Well, for Rs. 1,600 I'd say these are really good. At that price, you're getting a pair of earbuds that sound good, fits well in your ears, and have no connectivity issues as well. These are also good for workouts, so you can just use them as your second pair of earphones for working out if you want. And the fact that you're getting an option to switch to wired or Bluetooth mode whenever you want, is also a really good reason to buy these. If you're looking to buy a pair of earphones under Rs. 2,000, then I'd say these are definitely worth considering. View the full article
  12. Let's face it, as much as we'd like to brag about having run marathons, most of us haven't set foot even in a half-marathon in all this time. Not once. Though we're pretty sure many of you really wish to tick this one off your bucket list, there are perhaps a number of reasons why (read excuses) this wish has come to fruition, yet. While we continue to avoid stepping into ground zero, make excuses on our behalf and expend more and more time and energy running after money instead, there are people twice our age, who are smashing every hurdle and inhibition to run on tracks and roads, and complete long-ass marathons. We have curated a list of 5 of the oldest Indian runners, who have done what we are still hoping to achieve and have set great examples for youngsters like us. 1. Fauja Singh - 108 Years © Twitter/SocietySikhi One of the most renowned marathon runners under this category, 108-year-old Fauja Singh from England has broken many records over the years. He broke a record at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon under the '90 & above' category. At the age of 100, Mr Singh bagged almost 8 group world records in a single day. In 2011, he became the first 100-year-old person to complete a marathon. 2. Dharam Pal Singh Gudha - 120 Years (Approx.) © Twitter/ashoka1967 Self-proclaimed oldest marathon runner in the world, Mr Gudha claims that he was born in 1897, though he has never been able to convince the world about the same. A farmer from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, he has won 20 national and international medals in various athletic events. Mr Gudha also won a gold medal in the Malaysian Championships in 2014, and has a special National Geographic episode and American documentary to his name. 3. Dagadu Bhamre - 105 Years © Twitter/Anagha Sawant This Malegaon resident is a regular at Mumbai marathons and has inspired many youngsters with his grit and devotion. A believer of simple living, Mr Bhamre believes that a healthy diet and fixed routine keeps him in the pink of health. Mr Bhanre suffers from hearing ailment and worked as an accountant before retiring. Since then he has been participating in marathons and loves that he has been an inspiration to other people. 4. Man Kaur - 103 Years © Twitter/DDSportsChannel Another regular at world marathon championships, Ms Kaur was a gold medalist at the World Masters Athletics Championships held in Spain. The 103-year-old hails from Patiala and runs the track for an hour everyday. She started her journey as a 93-year-old senior citizen in 2009 and went on to become multiple record holder over the years and won over 17 gold medals. 5. Ashis Roy - 87 Years © Twitter/Sandhiralnc One of the more popular faces in the country, 87-year-old Mr Roy started running marathons since he was 52-years-old. By the age of 75, he had participated in over 85 races and ran his 100th marathon in 2010. A retired Air Force officer, practicing cardiologist, and a published author, Mr Roy has his name written in the Limca Book of Records as well. View the full article
  13. Aditya Prateek Singh Sisodia AKA Bad Boy Badshah is a rap God of India. But if there's one more thing that's striking about him, it has to be his distinctly cool fashion sense. He is a fanatic of sneakers and hoodies that he mostly hoards from luxury brands like Balenciaga, Gucci, Miu Miu etc. His innate sense of style is usually amped up with one element that never goes unnoticed. © Viral Bhayani His airport looks are mostly a mix of easy-to-wear silhouettes. Think relaxed shorts and oversized hoodie that instantly grab our attention. This time, he rather elevated his look with a bright orange belt bag. Mostly, we see celebrities accessorising their outfits with sunglasses or sassy caps, but this particular belt bag is quite head-turning and definitely an uber-cool option for the airport. © Viral Bhayani We have seen him tagging his colour changing bag or expensive backpack but this fanny pack is quite eye-catching. Badshah is carrying Heron Preston's Orange Fanny Pack. While on the move, this bag is an essential as it lets you stow all the essentials in one place. Furthermore, it boasts hues of camouflage and has a relaxed vibe to it. It is injected with fun graphics and zingy orange accents which makes this bag brighter than the usual options. © Heron Preston © Viral Bhayani This utilitarian style is priced at Rs. 24,000 as per Endclothing website. This excludes import duties and customs that you would pay for it. © Viral Bhayani His outfit, on the other hand, looked very relaxed in a black hoodie and Adidas shorts. The chunky sneakers with the fanny pack definitely added more oomph factor to his look. All in all, we have to say that this look is as 'Trippy' as his songs and we are totally diggin' it. View the full article
  14. 2019's late-October turned out to be an interesting time for those looking to scratch that festive itch. While most of the country planned out vibrant desi outfits for Diwali, this year's festival of lights also shared the week with a rather different, darker holiday - All Hallows' Eve, more commonly known as Halloween. And with Comic-Con on the horizon for Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi all through the end of 2019, we went down to Delhi's hottest Halloween party in search of inspiration - Bacardi's #NightOfTheBat - CarnEvil of Horrors. © Bacardi/Over 2,000 attendees made the most of this spooky spectacle. With great dance music, hip-hop acts and horror-themed cocktails, the party itself was one to be remembered - but what really made the occasion so special was the crowd itself - a crowd of over two thousand Delhiites donned costumes with incredible levels of detail and effort. While there was no shortage of Jokers, vampires, ghosts n' ghouls, I stepped out in my own Terminator-themed duds on the hunt for standout costumes with a unique, interesting story to tell. Costume Highlights As far as seeking inspiration goes, you'd be hard pressed to find better variety. From all-original creations to faithful reproductions and everything in between, we saw superheroes, supervillains, classic horror figures and many more unique, unexpected twists on the dancefloor. © Sharan Sanil/Arsalan takes on the mask of Kaneki Ken, protagonist of horror-action anime, Tokyo Ghoul. Pop culture today isn't a one-way street anymore, where the world laps up whatever is thrown at them by mainstream western media. We're more connected than ever before to Japanese and Korean media as well - it's not too rare to find someone into K-Pop and K-Dramas, or Anime series. Anime fan Arsalan picked up the suitably grim and grisly series Tokyo Ghoul, representing its main character, the half-dark, half-light Kaneki Ken. © Sharan Sanil/Tanvir and Disha take their own American history detours, as the quintessential '90's kid' and an Apache tribeswoman. Another unique spin on costumes is this all-American blast-from-the-past duo. Tanvir's costume brings back memories of Will Smith's Fresh Prince persona from the early 90s - the gangsta' rap chains, oversized basketball jerseys and gravity-defying low-slung denims took me right back to that era. Disha, on the other hand, took her own Burning Man-style Apache avatar all the way to 11 - just look at that headdress! © Sharan Sanil/Khalid's netagiri costume definitely seized a landslide victory at the venue - I'd vote for him. Perhaps my favourite costume of them all was Khalid Wani's neta costume - complete with a siren-led VVVIP style entry to the venue that absolutely blew the competition away. Perhaps the most terrifying reality of India is its power-hungry political class after all. And his tongue-in-cheek satire came packaged with campaign stickers, which several party-goers proudly wore. “Halloween is a western thing, and all this pop culture is fine. I love my country however, and I want to put our representation ahead here as well,” he shares. © Sharan Sanil/Kabir and Mayank in sequined, glitzy 'disco-diva' robes. Along with pop-culture, Halloween also allows several members from India's LGBTQ+ community to self-express in a much more open environment than everyday life. Several queer folk represented themselves in drag and even classical greek depictions of homoeroticism. Stylists Kabir and Mayank designed their own 'disco-diva' outfits for the event, glittering in pink and blue on the dance floor. As a whole, the event was an incredible fusion of culture and music - even a surprise performance from rapper DIVINE sent the crowd into a wild frenzy. © Bacardi/DIVINE takes up the stage. All in all, it was an incredible experience that celebrated the capital's creativity and diversity - one we'd definitely urge you to visit next year - we hope you've got some cool new ideas for Comic-con too! View the full article
  15. For any actor, especially from a moderate family background, to reveal that he or she would be part of a nude scene in the debut movie to his or her parents won't be an easy task. After struggling for years, Rajkummar Rao faced the camera for the first time in Dibakar Banerjee's 2010 film, Love *** Aur Dhokha and he was given a brief (pun intended) that he would have a nude shot in the movie. After he got to know about it, he had to confront his parents and tell them the truth. “I met Dibaker Banerjee and he then told me, 'you know, there is a scene where you have to be fully naked in the scene'. It took me seconds to just understand, and then I said, 'yeah it's fine, it's my job'. I said, anything for my part. But I knew that I would now have to tell my parents and my family!" recalled Rajkummar in an interview with Neha Dhupia. For anyone, this would have been a nightmare but Rajkummar had an idea that his parents are cool and would understand. On this, he added, “They (the actor's parents) were cool. I just told them, I didn't even ask. I just told them, 'there is this film I got', and they were very happy. And then, 'you know, in the last scene I might be naked'. They were like, 'What!' I said mujhe nanga hona padega shayad! I told them, '(I'll be required to expose) only back, only back... no frontal nudity'. They were okay with it, never discussed this point.” Post this, Rajkummar also shot nude scenes for Shahid and Omerta. All those who have worked with the 35-year-old actor or those who know him in person would for sure know that the actor gives his 100 percent to the character he has been roped in for and never fails to impress the viewers with his brilliant acting skills. Rajkummar was last seen in Made In China wherein he played the role of a Gujarati businessman, Raghu, who embarks on a journey to China in order to make his business flourish. Stay tuned to MensXP for latest updates. View the full article
  16. Dressing in summers can make anyone fall in a style rut immediately. And if you live in a country where the weather is always at extreme levels, chances are you have faced sartorial disaster a lot more often. Fortunately, we have made it easier for you. By building a wardrobe with key pieces that keep your style feeling fresh and effortless, here's our list of summer must-haves for you to add, stat. 1. Get Into Prints Right Away © Getty Images Mastering the art of wearing printed shirts is a task, but certain prints will let you be in its safe territory. A Hawaiian classic shirt or an effortless floral printed style keeps the essence of summer intact while letting you upgrade your look. Wear it over bright coloured shorts for an ideal easy style statement during the hottest summer days. 2. Redo The Semi-Formal Look © Getty Images Wearing a three-piece suit for a boardroom meeting in summers is one of the trickiest style moves. Instead of opting for heavy woven fabrics, go light in this weather. Wear an unstructured blazer made from cotton-blend or linen and layer it over a short-sleeved oxford or your favourite summer tee. 3. Loafer Liners Are Much Needed © Getty Images If you thought that sprinkling some talcum powder in your shoes will keep your feet sweat-free, you are highly mistaken. We recommend you opt for no-show liner socks that wick away the stench and negate any chance of discomfort. 4. Cropped Trousers © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor When you need something smarter and also comfortable this summer, opt for cropped trousers, crafted from cotton or linen fabric. These pants will step up your style as you pair them with a T-shirt or a button-down shirt. 5. Swap Your Sneakers For Espadrilles © Getty Images Give your brogues and sneakers a break. Espadrilles are a summer essential that ensure your feet breathe. Believe us, they are as breezy as your flip flops and you can wear them without being plagued with an unsavoury odour. 6. Upgrade Your Tee Game © Instagram/Kartik Aaryan A good looking t-shirt forms a cornerstone for a wardrobe and summers are a great time to make a braver fashion choice. Invest in oversized logo t-shirts, colour-block tees or henleys as they are the perfect way to ace any casual look.
  17. On May 24th, people working in and around sector 18 of Cyber City got the shock of their lives, when they saw a woman standing on the edge of a five-storey building's terrace. According to reports and the videos and pictures people clicked, the woman was threatening to jump off the building. © for representation Turns out, it was the woman's office building, and she took this extreme step because she was upset that she was fired. Reportedly, she works at a private consultancy firm and was upset and sad that she wasn't confirmed after her probation period got over. When her colleagues heard about it, they rushed to the terrace and tried persuading her to come down. She threatened that she will jump off if the office management didn't hire her back as a permanent employee. In some pictures and video, there's a man who carefully approaches her and convinces her to come off the edge. © Twitter Inspector Vivek Kundu, SHO of Sector 18 police station told The Times Of India, "On May 24, when she got to know that the company was not hiring her as a permanent employee, following the end of her probation period, she threatened to kill herself." The woman came down only after the company assured to hire her back. According to the company manager, she wasn't hired after her probation because her performance wasn't satisfactory. However, according to the woman she was being punished for standing up against the management since "they did not have the proper environment for women empowerment." To all those people reading this story, threatening to kill oneself is not a solution to any problem. If someone is unhappy with your performance, prove them wrong with your hard work, instead of taking such extreme measures to get your job back. Please do not try to recreate what this woman did, this is not cool at all.
  18. No matter how bizarre a hack is, as long as it works it's absolutely fine. At least that's what I have learned from people around me. And we Indians seem to have acquired the special talent of being a pro at 'jugaad'. Think of the most unimaginable hack possible and chances are that an Indian would have tried and tested that hack to his benefit already. Just like this hack of using cow dung to keep a car cool in the scorching heat. And when I say use it, I mean changing the car's colour to brown. FYI, the car in question is a Toyota Corolla Altis, the road price of which starts from Rs 16 lakh (approx) © Facebook In what can be rightly called the 'coolest' hack ever, a woman in Ahmedabad coated her entire car with cow dung, as the temperature shot up to 45 degrees. Thanks to Facebook user Rupesh Gauranga Das for sharing the pictures with us, and enlightening us with this ingenious hack. According to his post, the car owner is from Ahmedabad, but the car's number plate states that the car is from Maharashtra. South Bombay to be specific. Das wrote in his post, "Best use of cow dung I have ever seen. It's in Amdavad. To counter 45 degrees heat temperatures and protect car from getting hot, Mrs Sejal shah has plastered her car with cow dung. Getting cool." For those wondering how effective the trick is, cow dung is actually a kind of insulator that blocks the heat of the outer surface from getting into the inner surface. That's the reason a lot of people in rural areas coat the outer walls of their houses with cow dung, to keep their house cool. And here we thought parking our car under the shade of a tree will do the job.
  19. Those of you who have been on the extremely popular (and super addictive) video-sharing platform YouTube, will agree that the time has come to officially declare 'Power of YouTube' as a legit phenomenon. I mean, who are we even kidding by second-guessing this completely obvious move, especially with regard to the Indian subcontinent? Wasn't it only last year when India overtook the United States of America to become the top country with the most number of YouTube audience in the world? For the uninitiated, yes it was. With over 265 million active monthly users, India broke all records to claim the top spot in 2018. © Instagram So, it is only natural that one of our country's top YouTubers, Ajey Nagar aka 'CarryMinati' would prove it to the entire world that the 'Power of YouTube' can bring people from around the world to converge at a single point on-screen to laugh together. Ajey was just 10-years-old when he put out his first YouTube video, and nine years down the line and aged 19, he has been named amongst the '10 Next Generation Leaders 2019' by famed US publication TIME magazine. © Instagram How this glorious moment came to pass, is a tale that is nothing less than inspiring. Once you get to know about Ajey's journey, you will believe that anything is possible, as long as you keep dreaming and follow your passion. The Backstory Just like any of us, Faridabad resident Ajey was an avid YouTube video consumer and it is during one such viewing that Ajey decided he wants to be on the other side of the screen too. Following the lives of successful YouTubers and partaking the awesome content they put out on the platform, inspired Ajey to create a similar life for himself. © Instagram With a wish to create quality content for his audience, that would entertain and educate people all at once, Ajey started churning out roasts and sketches on his YouTube channel 'CarryMinati', which enjoys close to 7 million subscribers today. The Beginning It was back in 2016 that Ajey finally found his niche in creating “diss tracks” on “weird and cringey” user-generated videos on Facebook and TikTok. Ajey cashed-in on his desi swag and started producing content in Hindi, which reached thousands of viewers who enjoyed the videos so much, that soon 'CarryMinati' became one of India's most followed YouTube channels. The Ultimate Breakthrough © Instagram However, it was in January this year when things changed completely for Ajey. One of Ajey's diss tracks against infamous YouTuber PewDiePie went viral. The video titled 'Bye PewDiePie' where Ajey addresses PewDiePie and tells him that one day India will rule the world, came as a response to one of PewDiePie's videos mocking the broken English of an Indian man, which had offended Ajey. The video garnered a million likes in a jiffy and there was no looking back for Ajey after that. The Bigger Picture © Instagram In his interview with TIME, Ajey shared that his ultimate goal is to inspire people, help them take pride in their culture and embrace their identity, no matter where they are. That's the reason why Ajey chose to create videos in Hindi instead of English. He is reaching out to those who dare to be different and still manage to create a dent with their quality work. © Instagram Ajey takes pride in his roots and wishes to make the best of the desi swag we Indians are known for. 'Be yourself' is Ajey Nagar aka 'CarryMinati's ultimate success mantra. What a proud moment for the young man and our country to have such gems amidst us, who are constantly making India proud globally.
  20. Bollywood has always tried to project the idea of a 'mother' in numerous ways. Earlier, she was portrayed as someone who would always have the martyr syndrome and would do anything to bring peace and love to her family. While that's still the main character trait in most movies, mothers have now taken up a more evolutionary role in cinema. They've started defying stereotypes and have become more free-spirited and free-thinking for their family and themselves. (c)Eros International This is also a way to showcase the role of a woman in society and since cinema is the most malleable visual medium for people across the board, the significance of each character is viably important. Exceptionally so, if it's a woman who plays a vital role. (c)Viacom 18 Motion Pictures So, on Mother's Day, here are 5 mothers from Bollywood who're breaking stereotypes by actually being badass and cool at the same time: (1) Revathi- Margarita With A Straw (c)Viacom 18 Motion Pictures Revathi's performance was path-breaking when she played a mother to a child with Cerebral Palsy, whose daughter was struggling to express her sexuality. Definitely wasn't an easy role to play, for sure. (2) Sri Devi- English Vinglish (c)Eros International Shashi (Sri Devi), plays a very relatable character in this film who loves her family to bits and wants to do anything and everything possible to try and understand them. It is sometimes difficult to take care of everyone else's wishes while letting go of yours, but Sri Devi defied that characteristic and her role definitely speaks volumes. (3) Dolly Ahluwalia- Vicky Donor (c)Eros Entertainment Of course Vicky's whiskey-gulping, life-of-the-party Punjabi mom had to be on the list! As much as she loved emotionally blackmailing Vicky to get her way, as most moms do, she was also an embodiment of the perfect Punjabi Maa we most certainly know and want. (4) Tabu- Drishyam (c)Viacom 18 Motion Pictures Tabu plays a strong female character in the movie and we had to put her name on the list because she's a badass cop who spends the entire length of the film trying to avenge the death of her son and she does a good job of it. (5) Kirron Kher-Dostana (c) Yash Raj Films Our favourite paranoid Punjabi mom, who finally accepts and embraces the fact that her son was gay (even though he was just pretending)! We absolutely loved her character in the film. Indian mothers are the best, to be honest. They may be difficult to convince, emotionally woke and extremely sensitive with a dollop of paranoia and anger that can make her chappal throwing aim a game of perfection but at the end of the day, they know what you truly want and deserve and they'll go to any and every extent to make sure you have it. So, this Mother's Day, maybe take inspiration from these 5 mothers and do something uber special for your own.
  21. The next launch of a brand new iPhone is a few months away but a new patent has popped up that may give us a hint about a new feature. Ever since iPhone X was announced, Apple phased out the Touch ID biometric system in favour for an edge-to-edge design. We still got to see the feature on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. However, it was later replaced by FaceID on the iPhone XR. © Apple The iPhone XS and XS Max uses the same FaceID unlock system as its predecessor but a notable feature was missing. It seems like Apple is now looking to bring back TouchID according to the patent. The Cupertino giant is developing a fingerprint sensor that lets users unlock the smartphone by touching anywhere on the screen. The patent was granted to Apple earlier this week and was spotted by Patently Apple. © Patently Apple It would be a cool new feature if seen on the upcoming iPhone 11 and we have something similar to Apple's version developed by Vivo for a concept phone. The patent calls Apple's version as an "acoustic imaging system”. Another weird feature spotted in the same patent was the new sensor's ability to map a user's ear. The system would simply map your ear and unlock the smartphone for seamless call answering and other features. As usual, patents don't really translate to a final product every time and we would not keep our hopes high until its fully revealed or made official by Apple. We sincerely hope this feature does come to the iPhone 11 as many users still prefer to unlock smartphones with a fingerprint or at least want the option. Source: Patently Apple
  22. As the twelfth season of the Indian Premier League approaches its conclusion, the need for patience and keeping calm continues to rise. Especially with Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals fixing berths for themselves for the playoff round, only two spots remain and the competition amongst the rest of the franchises is nail-biting. Therefore, the pressure of the 'now-or-never' situation is getting to every member of the teams that have not qualified yet, which often erupts in an outburst when something does not go according to the liking of the athletes. Earlier, well-renowned and respected players of the Indian cricket team were looked down upon and fined for losing their cool over the flow of the game. On one hand, Indian skipper Virat Kohli was criticised for his 'extremely aggressive' reaction after dismissing Kings XI Punjab captain Ravichandran Ashwin last week, on the other hand, former captain of the Men in Blue and often referred to as 'Captain Cool', MS Dhoni was fined 50% of his match fees after coming onto the field from the dugout to argue with the umpires. Yesterday, it was time for the third captain of Team India and the leader of the MIPaltan, Rohit Sharma to join the infamous gang. After getting dismissed for cheap (12 runs off 9 deliveries) on an LBW appeal off English bowler, Harry Gurney, the 'Hitman' was visibly upset with the decision and vented his frustration on the stumps and broke them before leaving the crease. Breaching the conduct, Sharma was slapped with 15% of his match fees for the unprecedented actions and this is how his fans reacted: Rohit Sharma fuming at the umpire and buddy that wicket hitting thing is not expected from the clam batsman. When you're in a under pressure match and the poor umpiring takes the best batsman in your team. IPL umpiring are in a poor poor temper right now. — Subhadeep Paul (@paulbabaraps) April 28, 2019 But it's actually out umpire gave correct decision only Rohit needs to accept his wicket It's not like what happened other day One umpire giving out and other not — Nisha Cutee (@NishaCutee) April 28, 2019 Rohit Sharma trying to Mankad bowler. Truly next level skipper. pic.twitter.com/QjWh5w31LB — Rain Man (@ohgoditsmayhem) April 28, 2019 Rohit Sharma trying to Mankad bowler. Truly next level skipper. pic.twitter.com/QjWh5w31LB — Rain Man (@ohgoditsmayhem) April 28, 2019 Incidentally, the Indian opener's flare-up came in his 100th match as the captain of Mumbai Indians. Sharma is only the fourth cricketer to lead a franchise for 100 matches after MS Dhoni, Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli.
  23. The Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week just got over, and there was a lot going on beyond the runway. We were there for all of it, especially the uber cool street style. While it had a lot of elements, what impressed us most was the edgy, innovative examples of layering. Here are 11 cool layering hacks for you, inspired by that. 1. Get a knee length jacket. Wear it with co-ords for a snazzy yet sophisticated street outfit. © Studiopicsing 2. Throw a bomber jacket on top of a longline shirt. © Studiopicsing 3. Any statement piece of outerwear when paired with a button-down shirt and relaxed trousers spells ramp-ready. © Studiopicsing 4. Asymmetric, bizarre silhouettes are in and if you're confident enough to carry it off, nothing will come in your way. © Studiopicsing 5. Round neck T-shirt + pleated pants topped with a statement jacket will make you look like a million bucks. © Studiopicsing 6. Every man needs a black turtleneck to amp up his layering game. © Studiopicsing 7. A subtle bomber with a relaxed pair of linen pants will make you look fly AF - just like Khanijo here. © Studiopicsing 8. While wearing a fur-lined piece with a big collar, keep the rest muted and simple. © Studiopicsing 9. Layering with different all-black textures can be super fun, and it never goes wrong. © Studiopicsing 10. Have you tried this 'over the shoulder' way of wearing a jacket? © Studiopicsing 11. Bold jackets, relaxed pants, statement sneakers, cool bags - the street will be yours. © Studiopicsing
  24. Ever since Apple announced the iPhone X with a notch, smartphone companies have rushed to copy the design and even use the same tactic to hide its presence. Apple cleverly uses dark wallpapers by default which basically hides the notch when viewed from far. Samsung also uses similar wallpapers to hide the punch-hole gamer at the front of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. © Twitter_Matt B However, not everyone needs to hide the cameras, especially when other wallpapers can embrace Samsung's design choice. Twitter users Matt B (@mattcabb) posted a series of wallpapers that basically flaunt the front-facing cameras with unique characters from Futurama and even Jonny 5 from 'Short Circuit'. Other wallpapers include the NASA Mars Rover and a very cute R2-D2 for the Galaxy S10. © Twitter_Matt B You can have a look at the entire thread of Tweets that feature different wallpapers for the Galaxy S10/S10+. Not so sure about #bender from #futurama. Too much emotions in his original eyes. pic.twitter.com/I5F4kqLlQ3 — Matt B (@Mattcabb) February 27, 2019 The wallpapers are not currently available to download since the Galaxy S10 is not available to the general public yet. However, we do expect these wallpapers to pop up on social media very soon once the smartphone is in the hand of customers. For now, we're just hoping Matt B makes a 'Wall-E' version as well. The wallpapers are not currently available to download since the Galaxy S10 is not available to the general public yet. However, we do expect these wallpapers to pop up on social media very soon once the smartphone is in the hand of customers. For now, we're just hoping Matt B makes a 'Wall-E' version as well.
  25. Last year, when the Indian selectors dropped MS Dhoni from the Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Australia, there was a lot of hue and cry over the decision. While many slammed the selectors for axing Dhoni, others targeted Rishabh Pant who was preferred over the former Indian captain. After much speculation, it was Dhoni who finally revealed that he dropped himself in a bid to give young Pant some game-time before labelling him as his worthy successor. It was the first time when Dhoni's admiration towards Pant came to the fore. But, for Pant, Dhoni has always been an idol whose exploits on the field inspired him to become a wicketkeeper-batsman. While Pant is still learning the tools of the trade from Dhoni, the Delhi youngster seems to have now turned the guns against his own idol. The left-hander was recently seen taunting Dhoni before concluding that he intends to make the Jharkhand cricketer lose his cool. What's wrong with Pant? Why would he do that? Before all these questions drive you nuts, allow us to clear the air. The fun banter is on ððð@RishabPant777 from @DelhiCapitals is going one up against @ChennaiIPL Captain @msdhoni - What will be Thala's reply? Watch this space for more ðð #VIVOIPL pic.twitter.com/aI2fO5bl4x — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) February 24, 2019 Pant's comments were part of a promotional video for the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Sporting the new Delhi Capitals jersey, Pant was seen sitting in the middle of the pitch where chants of Dhoni was reverberating in the background. The young cricketer, then, opens a fan-book containing Dhoni's picture and calls the former Indian captain his "guru". In a thought-provoking baritone, Pant even went on to say that if it wasn't for Dhoni, he may not have become a wicketkeeper-batsman. But, just when you thought Pant was paying a tribute to his mentor, the video takes a complete turn as the 21-year-old, then, fires a straight warning to Dhoni. The young gun claimed that he will rain on Chennai Super Kings' (CSK) parade so effectively in the upcoming season of the IPL that Dhoni will lose his cool. Twitter/@BCCI Pant subsequently asked "Mahi Bhai" to get ready as he will be coming to show his batting prowess in the IPL. While the video ended with Dhoni watching Pant's warning on his phone, there is probably a reply from the CSK skipper lurking around the corner. The twelfth edition of the IPL will kickstart with the pulsating clash between defending champions CSK and Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on 23rd March. On the other hand, Delhi Capitals will be seen opening their campaign against Mumbai Indians on 24th March.
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