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  1. Actor Pankaj Tripathi has come a long way, in terms of the work he has done and the struggle he has endured with his hard work. The man is now kind of omnipresent in good cinema and was recently seen doing a brilliant job in 'Criminal Justice'. © Instagram The man was recently in news when he shared the news of buying his 'dream home' in Madh Island. He spoke about how he has obviously come a long way but he has still not forgotten his long journey from living in a tin-roof shed in Patna, to now owning an expensive, sea-facing property in Mumbai. Pankaj and his wife recently performed the 'Pooja' ceremony with their family and close friends. © Facebook © Facebook Pankaj is a simple man who believes in chasing his dreams with hard work and determination. In an interview where he was talking about his new abode, he mentioned that he wishes to inspire people with his journey and not by chasing materialistic assets. Hard work surely has many faces and the actor's wonderful home is a great example of it.
  2. We've often heard stories of ambulance vans getting stuck in traffic or finding it difficult to pass through a busy road. Imagine, what will happen when an ambulance has to pass through a narrow street where hundreds of people are dancing in a festival. Amid the loud beats of music on a street which is overcrowded with people, the shortest time an ambulance can take is probably an hour or two, right? Turns out it only takes seconds if there is right coordination, and the people of Kerala are here to teach us how. In a minute-long video, people who were dancing on the streets can be seen parting quickly in order to make way for the ambulance. This video was taken during the Mannarkkad Pooram festival, which is said to be one of the oldest temple festivals in Kerala. This process looked so seamless that it is now winning people's hearts and going viral for all the right reasons. People on social media can't stop praising the locals and their efforts which probably helped save a life. Imagine a huge crowd making way for an Ambulance in a perfect manner!!! This video of a massive festival crowd in Palakkad (Kerala) making way for an Ambulance is viral in Whatsapp The ease at which the people make way for that Ambulance. pic.twitter.com/Fm38KpEaX3 — Advaid (@Advaidism) March 23, 2019 That gives smiles and hopes..That made my mng, Good way to start a day.. — à´à´¯àµ¼à´¨àµà´¨ à´à´¿à´¨àµà´¤à´¾à´à´¤à´¿à´¯àµà´ à´®àµà´àµà´à´¿à´¯ à´àµà´µà´¿à´¤à´µàµà´.. (@mt_shaf) March 23, 2019 This is the best thing i have seen in internet today. ðð https://t.co/0BmNeKRHZs — Kumar Padmanabhan (@kp0999) March 23, 2019 That's how civilized society act like, Silver lining.ðð It matters! — Wasil Anwar (@wasilanwar77) March 23, 2019 Very, very appreciable gesture of the people! — Dr Jitendra Sharma (@Jitendr18995686) March 23, 2019 Splendid . This is why Kerala is referred to as God's own country. — Amit Ghosh (@amitghoshspeaks) March 23, 2019
  3. In a bizarre incident in Mumbai, a bus driver did something no one would have ever imagined doing. The driver of a school bus allegedly hit a BMW car while driving but that's not all. When the BMW driver got out of his car to reprimand the driver for the accident, he found out the driver was using a piece of bamboo as a gear stick, instead of having a normal gear stick in place. While on his way to school, the bus was probably doing a decent speed, a little more than he should have perhaps and he rammed in to the BMW. During the confrontation, the driver revealed that the steering wheel was giving him some problems for him to manoeuvre the bus with ease. Turns out, it wasn't the steering wheel but the bamboo stick he was using as the gear. We don't even know how that is possible, to begin with! © Twitter While confronting the driver, the BMW owner called the police to have the matter checked. When the police got to where the incident took place, they asked the driver about his callous bamboo make-shift gear, to which the driver replied he was using it as the gear knob had broken a few days ago and he found the piece of bamboo to replace it. Watch the video here: The reason why the driver, Raj Kumar, was using the bamboo stick was because he couldn't find time to repair the damaged gear and replace it with a real one. He's been booked under Indian penal code, section 279 for rash driving and 336 for the act of endangering a person's life. We're just wondering if there are any acts on using wooden or bamboo make-shift, fake gear sticks at all! The school is obviously shocked to hear about the incident and they will take whatever action needs to be taken for the callous bus driver. © Twitter Road safety is a big concern in most cities, especially with buses who drive rash and pay no heed to pedestrians. The upkeep of public transport is a matter of concern and it should definitely not be neglected at any given cost as it plays havoc with people's lives. I hope this is a lesson enough to understand the severity of using vehicles which are poorly managed. We really hope we don't read about a bus driver using an accordion as a brake, next!
  4. Surely, you have heard of 2019's first internet trend - the 10 Year Challenge, in which people compare their present self to what they used to be or how they used to look ten years ago. It's simple, interesting and can bring a smile to your face. Add to that your favourite sportspersons, whom you have grown up watching and idolising, and you've got yourself a hit! Here are the best of the #10YearChallenge from the ever-evolving world of Indian cricket: 1. Virat Kohli Getting along with the #10yearchallenge! Our skipper, @imVkohli has aged just like fine wine. ð#PlayBold pic.twitter.com/cQYd6baUCb — Royal Challengers (@RCBTweets) January 16, 2019 Keeping aside the apparent transformation, Kohli has worked hard on his skills as a batsman but more importantly, as the leader of the Indian cricket team. From getting in trouble for 'flipping the bird' to the Australian crowd to gracefully and with a great sense of humour, dealing with their racist comments with a gentle bow, Kohli has come to realise the responsibility, as India's representative to the world, which lies on the skipper's shoulders. From winning the Under 19 World Cup to becoming the best batsman in the world, this cub has found his roar and matured into a lion, the king of his jungle. 2. MS Dhoni @msdhoni â¤ï¸#2009vs2019 credit :- @ICC#2009vs2019challenge Years are temporary, Sixes are permanent.ð#Dhoni â¤ï¸#10yearchallenge pic.twitter.com/Kcgde3VKCY — Aditya DHONI (@_aditya_dhoni) January 16, 2019 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.' Despite being a decade older, Dhoni continues to be an essential part of Team India. Even though he has given up his captaincy, Kohli had openly acknowledged the fact that he continues to seek Dhoni's advice when it comes to crucial decision making. His ability to deliver in the clutch and win games for his team is still consolidated and has him finish matches for the Men in Blue even now. It is not a must for a person to change if they are already ingenious. Humble in person and an absolute beast with his bat, the former Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is dominating the 10 Year Challenge without changing a single thing about himself. 3. Prithvi Shaw .@PrithviShaw's #10YearChallenge is the only motivation you need.#ThisIsNewDelhi #DelhiCapitals Picture courtesy: Mumbai Mirror, NewsClick pic.twitter.com/fJ7T0AcZqo — Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) January 16, 2019 Another young prodigy, Prithvi Shaw was only nine-years-old a decade ago when he picked up the bat for the first time and sealed his destiny to become one of the finest batsmen the country will produce in the future. The 19-year-old is the newest member of the family that the Indian cricket team is, and has become the apple of the eye for the Indian fans ever since his show last year, during the Test series between India and West Indies, during which he became the youngest Indian to score a century in a Test debut. Shaw is considered to be the 'Next Big Thing' for the squad and who knows, by the time the 10 Year Challenge comes back in trend, he'd have many more records and titles under his belt to brag about. 4. Rohit Sharma #10YearChallenge #RohitSharma 1. Maggie Man on the left in 2009 2. Hitman on the right in 2019 pic.twitter.com/eZooB8HnW9 — Umashankar_Solanki_ð¥ð¥ ðð(@UmashankarSol10) January 16, 2019 There is a stark difference between who Rohit Sharma is today, and who he used to be ten years ago. Back then, struggling to be in form, Sharma had not scored a single century since his debut in June 2007 and used to play as a backup for some of the greatest players of the era. This meant that Sharma would constantly miss out on opportunities to play against big countries and was even dropped for the World Cup roster due to his inconsistency. Who knew the guy would eventually become one of the most successful batsmen in Indian history with the most number of 150s in the history of ODI cricket and would be able to outscore the entire opposition team on two different occasions. Sharma, who recently became a father, played an important role in India's historic Test series win against Australia and is irreplaceable in the squad during the ongoing ODI series. 5. Ravindra Jadeja #10yearChallenge Sir Ravindra Jadeja and Dhoni. ðpic.twitter.com/yQjEU0mclu — Direct Hit (@bevdashastri) January 16, 2019 Sir Jadeja made his International debut after an impressive Ranji season during which he scored 700+ runs and picked up 42 wickets. The selectors realised how useful the addition of Jadeja to the Indian roster would be and signed him up for an ODI against Sri Lanka. Despite having a journey of several ups and downs, Jadeja played his best cricket in 2013 and 2016 and was named as one of ICC's World ODI XI twice. He has finally made it to the inner circle and remains an integral part of the Indian squad. In 2018, Jaddu was also ranked 2nd in ICC's 10-top list of Test all-rounders.
  5. On one hand where people in some parts of the world are fighting each other in the name of religion, there are some who are setting great examples of communal harmony with their selfless deeds. For instance, this Muslim family in Pakistan that has been taking care of a church which is over a century old. For 100 years now, the custodianship of the St. Matthew's Church has been passed down from one generation to the other. YouTube/ BBC News Located in the picturesque Hazada District town of Nathia Galiyat in Pakistan, this church is currently being taken care of by Waheed Murad, the third generation caretaker in his family. Murad has been looking after the church for almost 17 years now. His grandfather and father looked after it for 35 and 45 years, repectively. In fact, Murad is proud of his work and says that he is the only person in his area who knows how to ring the church's bell. Murad's family has been looking after the church by themselves, because the governement didn't make any efforts since there are hardly any Christians in the area. Speaking to the local media, Murad said "We believe in all messengers of God and believe in all the holy books, hence we give the same respect to this church, as we give to our mosque." If only more people could think like Murad, the world will be a better place to live in.
  6. The #MeToo movement in the country has come as a wave of change that is forcing us to recognise harassment and to stop glorifying the predators, some of which are the so-called celebrities of the media industry. After Tanushree Dutta led the movement when she accused Nana Patekar of sexual misconduct, many skeletons came out from the closet with names like Sajid Khan, Suhel Seth and casting director Mukesh Chhabra being accused by many women. While it is a matter of shame, let's be glad that the movement is garnering the much needed support. Now tennis legend Mahesh Bhupathi has raised some legit questions and has provided some sensible answers to them as well. In a detailed post, he extended his support towards the movement and blatantly put out something that everyone needs to understand. Merely talking and posting won't help. #stopengaging . Everyone seems to be horrified about the #metoo stories but why is no one saying anything?#useyourvoice #timesup #CleanUp pic.twitter.com/FGOukZLyuF — Mahesh Bhupathi (@Maheshbhupathi) October 19, 2018 Mahesh is married to actress Lara Dutta who has previously worked with casting director Mukesh Chhabra, but is now condemning him. His statement has garnered a lot of retweets and people are not just thanking him for making a valid point, but are also supporting his statement. Instead of being scared about #MeTooIndia This is what should be actually done#stopengaging https://t.co/TBuOxIAXda — Dr Pooja Tripathi (@drpoojaa) October 20, 2018 This is so heartening. Thank you, @Maheshbhupathi, for walking the talk. https://t.co/XPypXbrsHt — Nilanjana Roy (@nilanjanaroy) October 19, 2018 Actress Dia Mirza has also made her stand pretty clear by siding with Mahesh Bhupathi. I feel so proud to call you a friend @Maheshbhupathi. This is how things will truly change. #StopEngaging #TimesUp #MeToo #CleanUp #UseYourVoice https://t.co/N4QX6lDMJT — Dia Mirza (@deespeak) October 19, 2018 You don't need to be an influencer or a celebrity to support and do your bit. Misconduct and harassment can happen to anyone and anywhere. If you support a predator silently, you are not fighting for justice. Please make yourself heard, because we need to be heard and make a difference.
  7. India and Pakistan share a rivalry like no other in international cricket. The two countries absolutely love cricket, and whenever they lock horns, it creates a unique aura, both inside and outside the stadium. It is cricket's most lucrative draw, aged perfectly on the back of bittersweet memories of previous encounters. Whether it's the 2011 World Cup semifinal between the two teams attracting over 988 million viewers, or the fact that the tickets for their 2015 World Cup match were sold out within 12 minutes, the Indo-Pak rivalry generates a lot of excitement amongst anxious fans as there is never a dull moment in the match. Thus, when the fixtures of the 2018 Asia Cup were revealed, there was no surprise to see India's group stage clash against Pakistan standing out amongst the rest. The fans marked the date on their respective calendars and patiently waited for the 'mother of all battles' to arrive. But, while the Asia Cup fixture garnered all the spotlight, there was an equally important clash which seems to have now set the tone for today's mega battle. © Reuters Far away from the spotlight and fanfare, India's wheelchair cricket team donning the iconic blue jersey was getting ready for a battle of their own against the arch-rivals in the 2018 Friendship Cup that is also being played in UAE. While the more popular cricket side from Pakistan - led by Sarfraz Ahmed - is expected to give Rohit Sharma's men a run for their money, their wheelchair team couldn't stand the test of the Somjeet Singh-led Indian brigade. India won the first match by 89 Runs against Pakistan at Indo-Pak T-20 #WheelchairCricket Series, Friendship Cup 2018 at EGC Ground, Ajman, UAE. India-181/7 in 20 Over Pak-92/10 in 16 Over.@ANI @PTI_News @timesofindia @htTweets @TimesNow @aajtak @CNNnews18 @ZeeNews @ndtv @BCCI pic.twitter.com/9xyx8Fw0Zs — Indian Wheelchair Cricket (@WChairCricketIN) September 18, 2018 Batting first, the Indian wheelchair cricket team posted a competitive total of 181/7 in the allotted quota of 20 overs. In reply, Pakistan needed strong partnerships but couldn't negate India's bowling attack before eventually getting bowled out for a mere 92 runs in 16 overs. The Indian team, without breaking much sweat, romped their way to an emphatic 89-run win Their victory might not have garnered the kind of spotlight Rohit's men would get, but Somjeet-led side surely set an example for the more popular cricket team of India ahead of their much-anticipated clash against Pakistan in the Asia Cup today. Team India will be facing Sarfraz Ahmed & co after a span of 15 months since their heart-breaking loss to the same opponent in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy final. Defending a formidable total of 338 runs, Pakistan's pace battery ran through India's batting line-up and eventually recorded a memorable 180-run triumph in England. © Reuters Led by Rohit, India will surely be eager to avenge the Champions Trophy final loss but it's not going to be easy. The absence of Virat Kohli in the line-up is always going to be a drawback and the threat that Pakistan's pace battery poses is something the 'Men in Blue' will be wary of. But, having said that, India still has match-winners in Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni and Rohit. And, when it comes to bowling, the likes of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar add teeth to their attack. Though it's quite hard to predict whether the defending champions will come out on top or we'll see a repeat of Champions Trophy final, the Indian wheelchair cricket team's recent triumph over Pakistan has surely set an example for Rohit and his teammates, ahead of their thrilling group-stage clash in Asia Cup today.
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