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  1. Rizwan says Babar Azam has taken tough decisions in the past few cricket series, warns England not to take Pakistan lightly
  2. Recently, Shweta Tiwari and her ex-husband Abhinav Kohli got into a fight regarding their son Reyansh. The actress’s first husband Raja Chaudhary has now spoken in support of her. In a recent interview with TOI, Raja called Shweta an excellent mother and a good wife. He also expressed that it is just unfortunate that her second marriage failed as well. In an interview with TOI, Raja said, “The pattern is the same and that is why people are questioning Shweta. See, there is no doubt that Shweta is an excellent mother and a very good wife. It is just a sheer coincidence and her bad luck that history is repeating itself with her and her second marriage too has failed. But then this doesn’t make her wrong or a bad person.” View this post on Instagram He also said, “I had messaged Abhinav last year after I read about the sexual harassment allegations against him by my daughter Palak Tiwari. As a father, I was concerned for her and wanted to know what exactly had happened.” Also, when Shweta Tiwari went off to Cape Town to shoot for Khatron Ke Khiladi 11, her ex-husband Abhinav Kohli posted a video accusing her of being a bad mother and leaving their son Reyansh behind. View this post on Instagram He also accused Shweta of hiding Reyansh and claimed that he went ‘hotel to hotel’ looking for him. Later, Shweta hit him back by posting a video where Abhinav was seen being physically aggressive with her. She also said that he never contributed a single penny for his kid. Raja also said, "I can't comment anything on that, but yes, one thing I would like to say that Shweta should allow Abhinav to meet his son. She needs to understand that as a couple no matter what the problems might be in a relationship, a father will not harm his son or daughter. Rest, whatever is happening between them I don't want to get into that at all.” View this post on Instagram What do you think? Let us know in the comments below! View the full article
  3. ICC shared Butt's video where he can be seen standing in the slip cordon when he took a low-lying catch giving Pakistan the first wicket on a pitch
  4. With its new Quantum line, JBL is jumping into the already crowded market of gaming headset. And given how popular JBL really is in the audio space, I was super interested to find out just how good their first set of gaming headsets are. Well, I've been using the JBL Quantum 600 headset for about 2 weeks now as my primary headset for gaming. This one's a wireless headset that's packed a ton of awesome features that usually reserved for more expensive headsets. Here are my cents on it: Stealthy Design © MensXP/Karthik Iyer When it comes to the design of gaming peripheral, I prefer going for the minimal ones because there's already enough RGB around me at all times, be it on my gaming laptop or the desktop. The JBL Quantum 600, I'd say, is just about right. It's got just the right amount of lighting which can be turned off for a stealthy look. If you want a more flashy design, then I suggest you check out the Quantum One, which is a more expensive offering. I personally like the design of the Quantum 600 more. The headset still has the JBL branding on the side of the earcups and atop the textured headband. However, it's subtle unless you want to turn on the lighting from the JBL QuantumEngine app. It's also worth pointing out that these over-ear headphones are very comfortable to wear. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer I've been playing an ungodly amount of Apex Legends lately, and I usually have these headphones on for over 7-8 hours sometimes. The earpads are plush and breathable, making it a comfortable headset to wear for hours on end. The weight distribution is also excellent and no part of the headset feels like it's about to crush my head any moment. ConnectivityThe JBL Quantum 600 is a wireless headset with support for Lossless 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. What it means is that the connectivity is very reliable with little to no latency issues. You connect to your system via the wireless dongle and there's also an option to connect it via a 3.5mm cable. If you're like me, then you'd already know that it's hard to go back to anything with wires once you use a wireless alternative. It's true for things like wireless chargers too, and this one's no exception. Thankfully, the battery life of this headset is pretty good, but we'll talk about it a bit later. Audio QualityThe audio quality of the JBL Quantum 600 is impressive, regardless of the connectivity option you choose to go with. The audio is punchy while playing games and it was equally delightful while listening to music as well and that's something I wasn't expecting. While gaming, I could feel the clear separation and the bass breathes naturally without stepping over other frequencies. And if you don't like the way it sounds, then you can always head over to the Quantum Engine software to fine-tune it according to your preference. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer These headphones also support something called the QuantumSURROUND which essentially simulates multi-channel audio to create a realistic spatial soundstage. Well, it sounds good on paper, but I honestly preferred to have it turned off while in-game because I found it to be a hit or miss. One of the main reasons why I didn't like it is because I couldn't clearly hear enemy positions and footsteps, which, in my opinion, is very crucial when you're in the middle of a fight. But I turn it on as soon as I leave the game because it does make a difference, say while listening to music or watching a movie. I suggest you get your hands on the headset and try it for yourself to see if you like it. I really like how the Quantum Engine handles all the options very well, so shoutout to JBL for making a really cool software to go along with the headset. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer As for the microphone, you get a flip-up boom mic. One of the weird things that I noticed while using this headset is that the microphone quality is significantly poor when you're connecting it via the 3.5mm cable. The difference is noticeable when you switch over to the wireless mode and compare them instantly. Obviously, using RTX Voice made it a little better but the microphone, I'd say, is only usable when you're connected wirelessly via the dongle. I Battery LifeAs for the battery life, JBL says it'll last you for about 14 hours on a single charge. While I couldn't get 14 hours of battery life on these cans, but I can confidently say that the battery life is pretty good. I was able to get around 8 hours of usage on a single charge. That's not too bad, but it's nowhere close to what JBL claims. I also like how quickly it gets charged. I usually connect it when I am talking like half an hour breaks in between and I have a fully charged headset ready to go. The Final SayOverall, I'd say the JBL Quantum line is an interesting start for JBL in the gaming headset space. The JBL Quantum 600, in particular, is available for Rs 12,999 right now in India, and that's not too bad. Yes, they're a tad bit expensive so I'd say you should check out their other variants if you're new to gaming and don't want to spend a lot of money. But if you're looking for a good quality headset that's great for gaming and equally delightful for listening to music, then I'd say you won't be disappointed with the Quantum 600. View the full article
  5. Xiaomi has been upping its game for their number 1 selling smartphone the Redmi Note series. Nobody expected the company to launch a new Redmi Note phone, seven months after the launch of the Redmi Note 8 series. With the Redmi Note 9 Pro, Xiaomi is attempting to redefine what budget smartphones can do and we've been testing the smartphone to find out if the company has managed to achieve it. Design and Display © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The Redmi Note 9 Pro looks nothing like its predecessor and its nice to see Xiaomi experimenting with the design of the phone. The smartphone has a glass black with the signature aurora blue colour that is a bit shiny for our personal taste but isn't too gaudy. This time around the smartphone feels more premium than ever before and can easily be mistaken for a mid-budget smartphone. At the back, there is also a protruding square-shaped camera module that houses all the sensors. We weren't particularly big fans of the protruding camera module and advise using the supplied case to offset the massive bump. Overall, the design of the smartphone is quite appealing and is quite minimal when it comes to any sort of branding. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The one thing missing from the back that has been a regular feature on Redmi Note phones is the fingerprint sensor. This time, Xiaomi has embedded the fingerprint sensor on the power button to maintain a uniform look at the back. We loved this idea and want other smartphone companies to use the same method. An in-display fingerprint sensor is not entirely accurate and fast enough to unlock smartphone when you need them to and this solution works perfectly. We've seen it before on the POCO X2 and love the fact it made a return on the Redmi Note 9 Pro. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla In the display department, the Redmi Note 9 Pro comes with a 6.67-inch IPS LCD display that feels way bigger than we thought. The larger screen makes it a bit difficult to use the phone with one hand. To put things into perspective, I can grip and hold a basketball with one hand. In reality, the large display isn't really a big deal if you like to watch movies and play games on your phone. The larger display is great for immersing yourself into content but you will have to sacrifice a bit of usability for the larger screen. The display has a resolution of 2,400x1080p and has great viewing angles for an IPS unit. For a budget-friendly phone, we really like the quality of the display and the colour representation. Of course, it isn't as good as a Super AMOLED or AMOLED displays but they do tend to be much more expensive as well. It runs at 60Hz which was expected as the processor isn't really powerful enough to sustain higher refresh rates. It puts unnecessary stress on the CPU and the battery and to be honest, not many games out there support higher refresh rates. Performance The Redmi Note 9 Pro is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 720G chipsets that also has support for NavIC GPS system. The processor is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. We've been using the 6GB RAM model during the course of our review and did not come across any major issues. At first, the Play Store did keep crashing on us but that was later fixed after an OTA update. While the Snapdragon 720G chipset is more than enough to carry out daily tasks, you will have to run your games on lower settings for optimum performance. We could easily run PUBG mobile on medium settings but would notice some frame rate drops when switching to higher settings. While the chipset does offer good gaming performance, it does not match up the Redmi K200 series. For a budget smartphone, this level of performance was expected but it is still impressive for a phone that costs almost half of mid-tier phones. When it comes to benchmark scores, the Redmi Note 9 Pro scored 568 (single-core) and 1625 (multi-core) on Geekbench 5. In comparison, it is faster than the OnePlus 6T and Poco F1. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla In terms of battery life, the Note 9 Pro comes with a 5,020mAh unit which lasts for about 1.5 days even with moderate and heavy usage. We used the smartphone for navigation, gaming, video consumption and web browsing and still couldn't manage to kill the battery entirely. Xiaomi also enabled 18W PD fast charging on the smartphone and it comes with a fast charger out of the box. Cameras © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Like the Redmi Note 8 Pro, the new iteration also comes with multiple lenses, including a 48MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, 5MP macro camera and 2MP depth camera for Bokeh shots. The camera delivered some great shots, given the price of the smartphone. It was able to capture some spectacular 64MP shots while portrait images have noticeably improved from before. The macro-lens, on the other hand, had a spotty performance where it could not capture details at times and sometimes could not focus on the subject. However, when it works, you can capture shots of subjects really close up but do not expect it to be as good as flagship phones. When using in low-light, the Redmi Note 9 Pro does not fare well as pictures lose most of their details. You can get it to work better if there is a source of light. Night mode on the Note 9 Pro also needs a bit of improvement as we found it to work better on the Redmi Note 8 Pro. It just needs a bit more tweaking and can hopefully be improved with an update in the near future. The Final Say When considering everything that is on the table, the Redmi Note 9 Pro is a perfect budget-friendly smartphone that will perform well for most people. It doesn't do a good job at delivering competent pictures in daylight and could be better in low-light conditions too. However, if you are looking for a phone that isn't too heavy on the pocket but does everything you expect from a smartphone, the Redmi Note 9 is a solid choice to consider for Rs 12,999. View the full article
  6. We all had limitless aspirations when we were all kids. Some of us aspired to be doctors, engineers, scientists, actors etc. But kids nowadays are a lot more innovative with their career choices and make sure they voice them out as creatively as they should. © Twitter/ANI Meet Abeer Magoo, a nine-year-old student of class IV, who has an avid interest in aviation and wants to be a pilot when he grows up. His interest in aviation, flying and aeroplanes is so pronounced that he loves making models of different airports and collecting miniature aeroplanes. And recently, he put in all his hard work and created a replica of Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport, his favourite amongst all, and it's quite something. His uncle, Amit Agarwal, went on to Twitter to share his nephew's hard work and everyone loved it. Hand made @DelhiAirport by my 10yr nephew. A true #avgeek in the makingâï¸ pic.twitter.com/bZZN9Gnl3a — Amit Agarwal (@AmitAgarwal22) 18 May 2019 “He has been doing it since he was five. We were going somewhere when he saw a woman pilot and wanted to be like her. He then started to collect aircraft models. He would only pick them and not toys. We now realise that this is his calling.”- Abeer's mother told Times of India in an interview. This surely took a lot of time and patience for Abeer to construct because the attention to detail is flawless. Which also means, he's thoroughly studied the structure inside out, before creating it, and he's just 9. © Twitter Apart from the peeps on Twitter admiring his model and complimenting him on his talent, the replica caught the attention of DIAL CEO Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, who extended an invite to young Abeer, to celebrate his 10th birthday at IGI airport, Delhi. That's the sweetest gesture, ever! Dear Amit, as Abeer turns 10 on the 10th of June, we wanted to give him a 10/10 for his fabulous model of #DelhiAirport. Scheduling an airport tour with the #AvGeek prodigy soon. Dear Amit, as Abeer turns 10 on the 10th of June, we wanted to give him a 10/10 for his fabulous model of #DelhiAirport. Scheduling an airport tour with the #AvGeek prodigy soon. https://t.co/PUKM5je8Cv pic.twitter.com/ewlyganJme — Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) 28 May 2019 Abeer is now set to ring in his 10th birthday on the 10th of June at the IGI airport, in Delhi and we really hope this child prodigy aka #AVGeek fulfills his dreams of joining the aviation industry and hopefully becomes a great pilot or an aviation engineer or someone who just designs really fancy looking airports, all around the world. Here's what Twitter thinks about his model: Simply f(ly)antastic ðâï¸ — Arun Yedery (@andyyrao) 19 May 2019 Wow : Beautiful work there in Such a small age ! Looks like he is on your path to become another strong AVGeek ð — Dipalay Dey (@dipalay) 18 May 2019 Woah! Tell him from me that this is the best airport I've ever seen. — Harleen / ‏حرÙÛÙ (@VeiledDesires_) 19 May 2019 You kidding me! He's an artist already. Don't let his mind divert every to anything beyond #aviation No Sir, not at all! 𦸠— Harry #TheHustlerð (@Harryrockerz) 20 May 2019 Great job.. Deserves appreciation and reward Needs to be focused at in international level as a mark of encouragement and recognition! — Manoshi (@Manoshi92828635) 5 June 2019
  7. 2019 has been an amazing year for gaming laptops. Seriously, the world of gaming laptops has never been better than this year's batch. From thinner gaming notebooks to beastly desktop-replacements, we've got everything. And as someone who has seen and even tested some of these gaming laptops personally, I've noticed that a lot of OEMs have decided to step away from “gaming aesthetics” and make laptops that have a more work-acceptable design. I was really pumped to see that. But that's when the ASUS Strix Scar II (GL504GV) showed up at my desk for review. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Oh boy! This laptop, let me tell you, screams “gaming” from every possible angle. It's got RGB lighting, a flashy ROG logo, and there are camo patches on the body. It's something a gamer, and only a gamer, would carry around. But you know what? The ASUS Strix Scar II has grown on me over course of my testing period. Not just the design, but its performance, display, etc. That's exactly what I am going to discuss in this review. Design & Build Quality The ASUS Strix Scar II weighs 2.4 kgs and measures 2.61 cms in height. So, it's certainly not a thin and light gaming laptop like the company's Zephyrus GX531, which I reviewed recently. But I am not really complaining because it packs a full mobile RTX 2060 GPU inside. Yes, it's not a Max-Q design laptop. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer But coming from a thin and gaming laptop and that too after a using some beautiful notebooks like Zephyrus GX531 and the Alienware m15, I'd say I found the boxy chassis of the Scar II a bit of a yawn. I am glad that it's got a subtle camouflage pattern and flashy RGB lighting to back an otherwise boring design. Some would say the lights are a little too much on your face and I won't argue with that. There's a light bar right in front of the touchpad, the keyboard has four-zone customizable RGB lighting and then there's a glowing ROG logo on the lid. It's definitely not a laptop which you can carry to your workplace without attracting some eyeballs. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Overall, I'd say the Scar II has a striking design and it's built like a tank. Seriously, it's a full-bore heavyweight champion with absolutely no chassis flex whatsoever. Not a lot of gaming laptops have the superior and sturdy build quality, so I'll have to say that ASUS has done a great job with this one. Display The display of the Scar II is simply stunning. It's a 15.6-inch non-glare Full HD IPS panel that takes full advantage of its 1920×1080 resolution display and 144Hz refresh rate. Regardless of whether you're watching a video or playing some games, this screen makes everything look top notch. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer It's capable of delivering a bright, vivid and smooth visual experience and it has tiny bezels. Tiny bezels on laptops are still very underrated in my opinion. Trust me, it makes a huge difference in how immersive media consumption can feel on this laptop. Just like on the Alienware m15, which also has a 144Hz panel, the Scar II's RTX 2060 is powerful enough to make use of all the extra FPS headroom while playing competitive games. Again, if you've never experienced a 144Hz display yet, then you've got to check it out. Keyboard & Touchpad As I mentioned earlier, Scar II's keyboard has RGB backlit keys with plenty of customisation options. Not just that, it's great to type on. In fact, I'd say this is one of the best laptop keyboards I've used in a while and it literally took me just a couple of keystrokes to realise that. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer The keys on this full-sized keyboard offer great travel and sharp key presses. The keyboard deck also has dedicated volume control, mute, and “Gaming Center” keys on top above the function key row. I am happy that ASUS decided to go with a traditional keyboard deck layout, instead of going with the one found on the Zephyrus GX531. It wasn't my favorite keyboard to use, to be honest. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer As for the touchpad, well, there's not much to complain about it either. It's a decent-sized touchpad that uses Windows precision drivers, so it's just about what you'd expect from a premium gaming laptop in 2019. It also has individual left and right click buttons, which is always good to see. As a gamer, you'll mostly be using an external mouse of a controller to play games, but it's still a very touchpad that works as intended when you need it. Ports © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Most of the ports on this laptop are located on the left-hand side, but you do get a good mix of all the essential ports. You get an HDMI 2.0 output, one USB 3.1 Gen 2 port, a USB Type C port, an SD card reader, two USB 3.1 Gen port, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Performance & Thermals The ASUS Strix Scar II packs an Intel i7-8750H clocked at 2.2 GHz coupled with 16GB of 2666MHz RAM and Nvidia's new RTX 2060 GPU. Nvidia's new RTX series of GPUs, as we all know, are very much capable of delivering solid performance. And in Scar II's case too, it's exactly what you'd expect. You'll easily get over 60 FPS in most of the modern AAA titles even while running on max graphics settings. However, you'll have to make do with the fans that kick in as soon as you boot up a game. The fans, mind you, get very loud, so much so that it gets annoying to listen to in-game audio via the built-in speakers. I highly recommend you grab a pair of headphones. But the fans do keep the laptop cool, so there's hardly anything to complain about. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Both while playing games or running benchmarks, the temperature remained well under 80-degrees. Having used some thin and light gaming laptops before reviewing this, it was quite refreshing to play games on a laptop without having to worry about temperature spikes. BTW, I was on 'Balanced' mode throughout the testing period, because that's what most people will be using the most. Overall, I'd say ASUS has done a great job of taking care of thermals on the Scar II. As for the performance, I'd say I was very much satisfied with the FPS I was able to get. The first title that I happen to install on this laptop was Bethesda's new Rage 2. It's a fun game with lots of guns and shooting, which means it was a perfect testing ground for me. I set my graphics settings to 'Ultra' and saw frame rates between 59-72 FPS. I am pretty sure if you whack down the settings a bit, you'll easily be looking at frames above 100. That's quite impressive for a new title like Rage 2. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Another new game that I played on this laptop was 'A Plague Tale: Innocence', which to my surprise was a visual treat. Again, I set everything to 'Max' settings and I was able to get as high as 75FPS in an open forest scene where there are a lot of entities to render. Similarly, other demanding titles like Battlefield V and Far Cry: New Dawn produced a lovely smooth range of 55-75 FPS on Highest settings. Also, did I tell you how awesome it was online multiplayer titles like Apex Legends and Fortnite on a 144Hz panel? Pure bliss! Oh yes, I also ran a couple of standard benchmark tools like 3DMark and PCMark 10, and you can check out those results along with a detailed FPS graph below - Battery Life The Scar II is putting itself as a 'gaming-first' laptop, so I am guessing ASUS is expecting you carry the charger around all the time. You'll obviously be plugged in while playing games for the best results. Pull the charger out, and you'll be good for around four hours before the laptop puts itself to sleep and wait for the charger to be connected. That, I'd say is not bad considering the fact that it's running a full-sized mobile GPU instead of the Max-Q variant. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer The Final Say So, the ASUS Strix Scar II - Is it worth the asking price of Rs. 1,64,990? Hell yes! It's hands down one of the best gaming laptops you can get in this price range. Flashy RGB lights aside, it's built like a tank and it can run even the modern AAA titles with solid frame rates, thanks to the powerful RTX 2060 GPU. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer This, however, isn't really thin and gaming notebook. So, if you're on looking that then I'd say you check out ASUS' own Zephyrus S notebook which has a Max-Q design. But if all you want is a machine that's capable of playing games at respectably high frame rates then the Strix Scar II is the way to go. Trust me, you won't regret it!
  8. Don't you sometimes wish that you could be a character in a novel? There would be no work, just larger-than-life adventures, and a love interest who has a genuine interest in you (:P). Oh, to live in a fictional world would be a dream come true. Novels and television series are the mirrors to our souls, as what we think and feel is portrayed through the language of words and visuals. Ever been so encumbered with the trials and tribulations of your favorite characters that it starts to affect you physically? Or shedding copious amounts of tears over the fate of your beloved character's death? The agony is not lost on anyone who loves fictional characters. After reading the fate of the star-crossed protagonists in a novel, we start trying to fathom how could one possibly love someone so much, that they could die for them or even face their worst fears. We all have seen the agony of watching Ted Mosby trying to woo the lady of his dreams and fail (until he succeeded) or screamed at our screens, watching Hodor dying to save Bran. So, what sage advice would these characters give to men when it comes to relationships. Let's find out. 1. Mr. Darcy (Pride and Prejudice- Jane Austen): Easily one of the most beloved characters to have been ever written, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, is every woman's dream date. Handsome. rich and just mysterious enough to pique one's interest, he is the quintessential hero. And to top it off, he is British. Snarky and proud, he parades throughout the novel, haughtily, redeeming himself at the very end. Darcy's constant struggle for Elizabeth's attention without letting her know of his true intentions is something one should probably take from him. © Focus Features Darcy's Probable Advice: “If you wish to secure a fair maiden's heart, you shall start by being a man with contempt for it is befitting to a man of stature, unless, the lady is haughtier than yourself. Try to woo her through your mysterious charm and show disdain on her opinions so that you may rankle her and eventually make her fall for you. Contrary to belief, nothing thrills a woman more than having an interesting verbal altercation with a man who is opposed to her perspective. It shall be fortuitous for you if you can help her in a quest of finding her lost relatives. Also, it remains essential that you don't reveal your true feelings and have a rather inconspicuous regard for her. Do not forget to thank me for the generous advice if you succeed.” 2. Harry Potter (Harry Potter Series- J.K. Rowling) 'The Boy Who Lived', 'The Chosen One', et al. Other than being that, Harry always had a gaggle of girls mooning over him. Though portrayed to be shy and reluctant, he starts a relationship with Cho Chang after a lot of difficulties (typical lost guy when it comes to women), however, it crashes and burns. Eventually, he ends up falling for Ginny Weasley, the classic archetype of the best friend's sister. Harry is a rather moody and unsure person when it comes to love and ends up being too good for the people he loves. Harry is clueless about love and suffers from the same predicament as we do: confessing our attraction to our crush. © Warner Bros. Pictures Harry's Probable Advice: “I wouldn't know what to say, except that I do not understand girls very much. Hermione says I should be more attentive and try to read signals when girls speak to me. So, I guess, that would also be my advice to you. What I can say is, don't forget to tell the person how you feel with a grand gesture and after suitable contemplation (read agonizing over telling your crush for months together). It helps if the person you like also likes you back, but I wouldn't be able to tell for sure.” 3. Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Series- J.K. Rowling): One of the most badass characters in literature and on screen, not only is she intellectually gifted but has the best dating history as well. Despite being admired by international Quidditch players and being pursued by irritating Gryffindors, and Draco Malfoy, Hermione seems to have eyes for just one thing: her books! And Ron of course (but he is a sort of a second love :P). © Warner Bros. Pictures Hermione's Probable Advice: “The best relationship advice I could give is from a book I read, titled 'I Wand You: Dating in the Magical World'. It says that when thinking of starting a relationship, use your heart and not magic. The magic must come from the love you feel. Also, I would say that chivalry is a great quality in anyone. It is imperative to find someone who does not have the emotional range of a teaspoon and lets you read your books in peace.” 4. Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights- Emily Bronte): The most terrifying and weirdest characters to ever grace a novel, this protagonist, Heathcliff, is more of an anti-hero than a romantic lead. Pining, solitary, unwelcome and distraught, he is by far the most unlucky of characters. © United Artists Heathcliff's Probable Advice: “After years and years of pining for my love, Catherine, I have come to realize that, in conclusion, if you love someone, you ought to tell them and beseech them to see you for who you are. If you want someone's love, you need to be vulnerable. The person will like you for what you are, and if they truly love you back, it won't matter even if you are a monster.” 5. Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory): How can someone not love Sheldon? With his eccentric quirks and cluelessness about sarcasm, he is one of the most adorable TV show characters. Though he is the most practical person you can ever see, eventually he also falls in love, or in his words, conforms to the social protocol. © Warner Bros. Television Distribution Sheldon's Probable Advice: “I assure you that coming to me for relationship advice would be an exercise in futility. Even though I have an extremely brilliant mind, the idea of how humans love eludes me. Though, if you must ask for help, here is the greatest advice I could give you: Relationship Agreement. It will save you much heartbreak. Bazinga! If you really want to find someone, find a person who is just like you. If you really like them, you will feel a heightened sense of ecstasy and would like to share your time with them (due to the release of the happy hormone serotonin). You can thank me after you have successfully completed the task. A thank you note will suffice, along with the new edition of Flash.” 6. Jonathan Byers (Stranger Things): The weird guy-next-door, older brother to perpetually unfortunate Will Byers, Jonathan is the epitome of the '80s strange boy aesthetic. He is not outspoken and is kind of a loner, but on the inside, he is a protective brother with a heart of gold. © Netflix Jonathan's Probable Advice: “Tell the other person that you like them, before someone else does. Being the nice guy- friend doesn't work all the time.” 7. Marianne Dashwood (Sense and Sensibilty- Jane Austen) The middle Miss Dashwood with a spitfire of a personality and a cavalier disregard for rules, is the perfect heroine, who is just ready to fall in love with the next comely, romantic gentleman who can match her step for step. Though, not a good judge of character, she comes to her senses eventually. © Columbia Pictures Marianne's Probable Advice: “A perfect partner for you to engage with and to court, would be a person who has passion and charm. If there is no fire between the two of you, there isn't any point in pursuing the relationship, although, only the fire is not enough to salvage a companionship. Yes, do not fall prey to only the good looks of the other side; look at their heart as well. Sometimes, a person may love you, but it might not be enough. It will be extremely delightful if they can quote Shakespeare at the drop of a hat.” 8. Ser Jorah Mormont (ASOIAF/Game of Thrones- George R.R Martin) Unlucky in love, Ser Jorah is the classic example of the poor friend-zoned guy. Even though he does everything for the person he loves, she prefers to look the other way. I'm sure we relate to his plight at some level. © HBO Ser Jorah's Probable Advice: “Never lose heart even if the object of your desire can't see you the way you want them to. If it is meant to happen, it will surely happen. If you love someone, be ready to do anything for them. Carry on with all your heart, you never know; persistence may one day pay off.” 9. Gogol Ganguli (The Namesake- Jhumpa Lahiri): Easily the most lost character there is, trying to find his identity while struggling with his own demons, Gogol is a superlatively written character and will stay on with you even after you finish the novel. © Fox Searchlight Pictures Gogol's Probable Advice: “There is no point of going from one relationship to another if you can't find solace in yourself. First, work upon yourself and sort out your issues and then only think of starting a relationship. Casual flings will give you a moment's satisfaction, but in the long run, it won't make you happy. You may find the wrong person in your journey, but treat it as a minor obstacle; learn from it and move on.” 10. Daenerys Targaryen (ASOIAF/Game of Thrones- George R.R. Martin): The Mother of Dragons is not just an expert in the 'Game of Thrones' but also in the game of love. She is a passionate woman with a guarded heart which only a few have been able to penetrate, barring her dragons, of course. She is a lover in the truest sense and once she gives her heart to someone, she makes it a point to honor it until the very end. Also, she is the queen of friend-zoning unsuitable candidates (poor Ser Jorah Mormont). © HBO Danny's Probable Advice: “Love is sacrifice. If you are not willing to give yourself up for the other person, you are not really in love. Also, when the time comes, you must be ready to sacrifice more than just your heart. Guard your heart with a lock which only a worthy companion has the key to. Find someone who unleashes the dragon within you. ” Hope the enlightenment from these fictional characters is helpful to you. :D Were you trying to find Jon Snow here? Well, sorry to disappoint you, but we all know that: he knows nothing! :P DISCLAIMER: Take these pieces of advice at your own risk! :P
  9. After fat, carbohydrates are the second most blamed macronutrient when it comes to fat gain. However, this is not true as it's your total calorie intake that dictates your weight gain or weight loss. In fact, carbohydrates can help you pack on some serious muscle mass, if coupled with good training and adequate protein intake. If you increase your calorie consumption and maintain the surplus calories from the cleanest source of carbs, you will build muscles like never before. Here are some of the cleanest and good sources of carbs which should be a part of your lean muscle building diet program. 1) Oats © Pixabay Oats are un-doubtfully the healthiest whole grain on this planet. No doubt, that whenever you browse the diet plan of any famous bodybuilder, oats are a staple in their diet plan. Oats contain almost 66% of carbs of which nearly 11% is dietary fiber. They are a very good source of soluble fiber and if you have them in your breakfast, they are sure to keep you full until lunchtime. They also help you in maintaining a stable insulin levels. Oats are a classic example of a low GI food which is very important in muscle building. They provide good carbs, some protein, zero unhealthy fats and are calorie dense food. Oats are a perfect food item to start your day with. 2) Sweet Potatoes © Pixabay Another very good source of carbohydrates, that is a mandate for lean gain, are sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are also favorites when it comes to pre-workout foods. Since it is a carb dense food, you are bound to have some insane pumps in the gym if you consume sweet potatoes before your workout. They also score very low on the glycemic index; therefore the energy provided by them is sustainable for a longer period. Sweet potatoes are also a good source of fiber as well that helps you to maintain the insulin levels also. 3) Beetroots © Pixabay This is one of the most underrated food items out there. A cup of raw beetroots contains around 15 grams of carbs made up of sugar and fiber. With all those carbs, beetroots are a very good source of vitamins, minerals and potent antioxidants as well. They are also high in nitrates which are converted into nitric oxide in our body. No doubt, that beet juice has been used for enhancing physical performance for endurance exercise since ancient times. You can use them as part of regular salads or sip it in the form of beetroot juice. 4) Quinoa © Pixabay One of the healthiest foods out there, quinoa has almost 25% carbs in it. Its almost the same carb content as barley and rice. Quinoa's glycemic index is quite low at a GI Score of 53, making it a good source of carbohydrates that do not cause insulin spikes as well. Its high fiber content, low GI index and high satiety factor makes it a perfect food for any lean muscle diet program. Since it is gluten-free also, it serves as a boon for people who are intolerant or allergic to gluten. 5) Wheat Pasta © Pixabay Wheat pasta is made from whole grains, unlike the normal white pasta. Wheat pasta provides a good variation of carbohydrates when it comes to taste. Since a majority of the food items that are healthy are considered as tasteless by many people, wheat pasta is a good source of carb for them. Since it is made by whole grains, it is low on GI index, has more fiber and provides a good portion of carbs per serving. This makes it a very good choice of carbs to be included in a lean muscle gain program. Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
  10. Unfortunately, your body type isn't the only deciding factor in 'what to wear'. Things such as your height, length of the legs/torso/shoulders, skin tone are crucial aspects to consider while dressing up everyday. And talking of the latter, since the Indian skin tone is a little dark, we're here to help you guys out. 1. Know this truth: a classic B&W outfit is literally the best thing you can slip into. One, because it's probably the easiest palette to work around and two, since it's so neutral, there's never a chance of making your skin look dull. As a matter of fact, it's probably just going to appear at its natural-best. ©Just Jared 2. Earthy tones, however dark/light, are great bets to have as an outfit-project. But remember to balance things out — if you're going dark, go a little classic/neutral with the rest of the pieces. And if you're choosing a lighter hue, once again, go classic/darker with your secondary separates. Else, go tone-on-tone (like Dev Patel's knit+footwear game). ©Just Jared 3. This is probably the best airport outfit Dev Patel has ever worn: classic colours paired with cooler ones, and blended with bottoms, that fall somewhere in the middle of sorbet and pastel tones. While his top-half is casting an illusion of an added glow on the skin (thanks to his puffer jacket), his bottom half is a great Spring/Summer buy. Just bravo. ©Just Jared 4. If you're the man of absolutely no-efforts, this one's for you. All you need is black separate+a piece that'll avoid a visual contrast through the outfit. Remember, contrasts in your outfit won't do you justice (unless it's a B&W). Go for black with dark, warm shades like maroon or cooler ones like blue. Also, add quirky socks. You'd add a lot of drama to the outfit. ©Just Jared 5. As we said earlier, make cool colours your best friends. Pair them with primary hues/neutral tones and that's all you'd ever need to do. Wear accessories of your choice (whether bright in colour or not) and be rest assured, you'd never face debauchery. ©Just Jared
  11. Ratings: 4/5, 9/10 Wireless speakers have become today's Boombox where people often like to carry it around in outdoor spaces and use it for house parties. However, the two problems most Bluetooth speakers lack are clarity and loudness. Bose has come up with a speaker that is not only loud enough to host a house party but it can even deliver 360-degree sound. © MensXp_Akshay Bhalla Bose is known for making devices and audio systems that have excellent build quality and extra crisp sound. The company has done exactly that with their latest cylindrical shaped Bluetooth speaker which you can use on the go. The speaker is hefty and packs enough battery capacity for it to last an entire duration of a party. The speakers aren't fully waterproof so you may want to keep it away from pools. The SoundLink Revolve has an IPX4 rating which means you need to be careful with the speaker around water as it can set you back INR 19,900. The price point maybe a little higher but you would be paying for the higher fidelity drivers. Sure, it may not be waterproof when compared to other Bluetooth speakers, but the sound quality is far superior. Design At first glance, one can easily mistake the SoundLink Revolve for a Google Home or a Cortana speaker, but the wireless speakers have taken inspiration from Bose's Soundlink Mini II. The body is made up of aluminium and comes in two colours i.e. Silver and Black. On top of the speakers, there are rubberised buttons that help in connecting and controlling basic features. The build quality of the speaker is top notch and is what you would expect from a premium Bluetooth speaker. © YouTube The button on the top will help you control the volume, playback and even has a port for aux cables. You can even use these buttons to control Siri or Google assistant which essentially makes the SoundLink Revolve into an assistant speaker. © BCCL On the bottom of the speaker, you can find the ports that can be used by a separate charging dock to recharge the battery. One can even mount the speakers on top of a tripod so that the sound can penetrate a filled room with much ease. Bose has also added the functionality of pairing two Revolve speakers so that you can use it for stereo amplification. This is a very welcomed feature that lacked in previous Bose speakers as it makes the sound even crisper and louder than before. One can pair two Revolve speakers either by using the native app or directly from the device itself. You can use either speaker in two modes i.e. stereo or mono. If you prefer watching movies, we would advise you to use the mono mode whereas the stereo mode can be used if you are hosting a party. Performance The best part of the SoundLink Revolve is the 360-degree design. You can be moving anywhere in the room and the sound will not be muffled due to the orientation of the speaker. This is a must have feature for parties so that everyone gets the same listening experience. Ideally one should place these speakers in the middle of the room as it can pump music to all directions. Having said that, we found the bass output to be on the lower side which can be a drawback if you love to listen to hip-hop or electronic music. You can, however, improve it by placing it near a wall and reflect the sound. © BCCL The music sounds richer and warmer when listening to music on apps like Apple Music or Spotify. The highs are more controlled where the mids are not too high to give it that “artificial” sound. The 360-degree design is more suited for outdoor listening, but being IPX4 rated, you cannot take it to the beach as it is only splash proof. The battery life on the Revolve can last up to 12 hours depending on your usage (volume levels). However, the one drawback about the speaker is the amount of time it takes to charge. The SoundLink Revolve can take at least 3 hours to charge. The Final Say The Bose SoundLink Revolve is probably one of our favourite outdoor Bluetooth speaker that can deliver true 360-degree sound. The long battery life makes the speaker ideal for house parties and can sound crystal clear even when moving around the room. Being only splash proof, you cannot use the speaker near water which makes it one of the biggest drawbacks of the device.
  12. Building a gaming PC can be a confusing and tedious task that can deter people from PC gaming. We published our guide to building the ultimate gaming PC earlier and today we decided to build a PC for gamers who are willing to spend some money but not a lot to have a good gaming rig. (c) Youtube We did the research for you so that you don’t have to and we’ve managed to build a PC that is tailored to deliver a high-end experience that won't burn a hole in your character. This rig will run most games at 1440p and that’s all you need to run the current generation of games. CPU: Intel Core i5-7500 (INR 15,000) (c) Intel This CPU is great when it comes to reliability and performance and is currently available for INR 15,000. The 14nm Kaby Lake has 4 cores and has 6MB cache. It also carries a 3.4GHz base frequency and a 3.8GHz Turbo frequency--plenty fast for games Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (INR 40,800) (c) Nvidia The graphics card is an essential component of a gaming PC and we recommend Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 1070. It has 1920 CUDA cores and 8GB of GDDR5 video memory that clocks at 8Ghz. The GTX 1070 may not be cheap if you simply look at the price tag, but for what it can do it is actually a beast when it comes to delivering high-fidelity graphics. This is a steal. Motherboard: Asus Prime H270-Pro (INR 11,250) (c) Asus The CPU requires a good motherboard that compliments it effectively and we feel that the Asus Prime H270-Pro fits the bill. It supports USB Type-C, USB 3.1 and has two PCle slots. It also has Intel’s new H270 chipset on board. Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo (INR 3,335) (c) Youtube You can get a CPU that comes with a mediocre air cooler for free but if you are serious about having your PC last for a longer time, the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo is essential for your rig. It keeps your components cool and does not make much noise. SSD: WD Blue 250GB Internal Solid State Drive (WDS250G1B0A) [INR 6,700] (c) WD Digital In order to have a fast PC, you will require an SSD that will keep the OS going and not interrupt your favourite games/applications. We chose the WD Blue 250GB Internal Solid State Drive that can read speeds up to 545MB/s and write speeds up to 525MB/s for blazing fast performance. With a 1.75M hour mean time to failure (MTTF) and an endurance rating of up to 400 terabytes. The WD Blue SSD will last you for years to come. Memory: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 8GB X 2 clocked at 2133MHz (INR 11,000) (c) Kingston Make sure you never overlook one of the most essential parts of any gaming system. The RAM is the bread and butter of any gaming PC and bears the brunt of the processing when it comes to any component. The faster your memory, the better performance you will get from your system. We recommend the Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 8GB X 2 clocked at 2133MHz which is stable and reliable enough for your gaming experience. HDD: Seagate Desktop HDD ST2000DM001 2TB (INR 6,400) (c) Youtube For storing all your other files such as documents, images and music we recommend the 2TB Seagate Desktop HDD. It does not break the bank and has enough space to store your games and movies. It is also faster than its counterparts which is essential for having a fast performing and long lasting computer. EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G2 (INR 14,000) (c) EVGA The SuperNOVA 550 G2 is a 550-watt power supply unit that will power this beast of a rig. This will keep your PC safe and if you live in India, it will protect you from electricity cuts. The entire unit is modular and does not require many cables to power it. Peripherals (c) MensXP (c) MensXP Choosing the peripherals for your PC all depends on your personal preference and what kind of games you like. We included some options in our previous article which you can use for your rig. However, if you need to buy a good mechanical keyboard that does not cost a lot, we recommend the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn. You can also use the G90 mouse, if you prefer playing RPG games.
  13. Dell and Alienware have finally launched their brand new line of gaming laptops in India and they were announced at an event held in New Delhi on 17th May 2017. The models include the Alienware 15 which starts at Rs 1,64,990 and goes up to Rs 2,14,990 for the Alienware 17. In addition to the laptops, the company also announced the Aurora Desktop which starts at Rs. 1,79,9990 and other entry-level gaming laptops such as the Inspiron 15 5000 Gaming (starts Rs. 74,490), and the Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming (starts Rs. 82,490). These machines were announced earlier at CES 2017 and they will be available exclusively at Dell stores in India. © BCCL Speaking at the launch, P. Krishnakumar, Vice President, Consumer & Small Business, Dell, India said, “Gaming today is increasingly becoming mainstream and Alienware has always been at the top of a gamer’s consideration set. With the launch of this stronger and enviable gaming portfolio, a casual or an active gamer need not look further to experience phenomenal gaming. We are fulfilling the ultimate gaming experience through wider access and availability and extensive engagement with India’s gaming community. Dell has a definitive roadmap in this segment, making this the right time to expand our portfolio for a wider set of gamers.” Specs © Alienware The Alienware 15 will be available with Windows 10 65-bit, out of the box and has a 15.6” full-HD (1920X1080) anti-glare display, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphic card with 6GB GDDR5 video ram, Intel HD Graphics 530, 8GB DDR4 2133 MHz RAM, an Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor, a 1TB HDD, Tobii eye-tracking software and it also weighs 3.49kg. © BCCL The Alienware 17 will ship with better specs such as a 17.3-inch full-HD (1920x1080 pixels) IPS anti-glare display, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5 video ram, Intel HD Graphics 530, an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor (quad-core, 6MB cache, up to 3.5GHz with Turbo Boost), 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM, Tobii eye-tracking software and a 1TB HDD. The laptop will weigh 4.42 kg which might just kill your back. © Dell Dell also announced their desktop solution for gaming with the Aurora R6. The desktop gaming PC comes with Windows 10 64-bit, an Intel Core i5-7400 processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti with 4GB GDDR5 video memory, 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM, and a 1TB HDD. Alen Joe Jose, Director - Product Marketing, Consumer & Small Business, Dell, India said “Dell’s mid tower powerhouse, the Alienware Aurora R6 is being introduced for the first time in India. The product caters to desktop enthusiasts with a product which is capable of liquid cooling, dual full-size graphics, and overclocking processors in a compact form factor. The launch of the Graphic Amplifier is an industry first, using which consumers can simply load the latest VR-ready graphics and club their existing notebooks, to get the latest graphic experience” Along with Alienware products, Dell also announced their base laptop models for gaming purposes. © Dell Dell Inspiron Gaming © Dell · The Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Gaming notebook will be available at a starting price of INR 74,490 © Dell · The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming notebook will be available at a starting price of INR 82,490 Dell’s gaming range is now available across 600+ Dell Exclusive Stores. The VR experience is available at 125 Dell Exclusive Stores, select large format retail and multi-brand outlets, across the country
  14. Palash Sen’s Euphoria was a rage back in the nineties and early 2000s. And why not, the band rocked the Indi-pop music scene with its refreshing desi rock, or as the genre came to be called, ‘Hindi rock’. Energetic peppy music, Palash Sen’s powerful vocals and aesthetically shot Bollywood-style videos that told a story of their own – the band was the shizz back in the day. © Facebook The fact that it was started by someone who had cleared the dreaded but most coveted AI-PMT (All-India Pre-Medical Test) was enough to send all Sharmaji ka betas into a collective gasp. Probably Sharmaji also pondered about sending his son for music classes instead of pre-medical coaching. Dr Palash Sen was the face of the band and its most valuable member. © Twitter But nevertheless, it was the Euphoria team that wove magic with its music and set fire to the music charts. The band had a brilliant lineup of talented musicians like Gussy Rikh, Ashwani Verma, guitarist Kalyan Baruah, keyboardist Vinayak Gupta, Debajyoti Bhaduri on bass, Hitesh Madan (who left the band along with Benjamine Pinto but not before making some excellent music), and many others. Euphoria broke into the music scene with their hit album titled ‘Dhoom’ in 1998 and there was no looking back after that. One of the most popular bands of the time and the most sought-after for live concerts, Euphoria was the first band (along with Pakistan’s Junoon) to play at the UN headquarters. © Facebook One of the most endearing things about the band, besides their music, was their videos. Euphoria was responsible for launching many actress, including Vidya Balan, Rimi Sen, Indrani Dasgupta. ‘Dhoom Pichak Dhoom’, which was directed by filmmaker Pradeep Sarkar of ‘Parineeta’ fame, became a rage. I could go on and on but I’ll just let the music talk for the band, this once. Here are some of the best songs by Euphoria that formed an indispensible part of our childhood. Maeri There ain’t no one who hasn’t tried to sing along and match Palash Sen’s passionate vocals in this one. Kabhi Aana Tu Meri Gali The song that made Vidya Balan a household face. The hesitant love story blossoming in a Bengali neighbourhood hit us right in the feels. Dhoom Pichak Dhoom Ab Na Jaa The most beautiful rendition of finding lost love. Phir Dhoom The song that had every neighbourhood Romeo’s singing ‘Kaise bhoolegi mera naam?’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJ_nQq-hzec Mehfuz Rok Sako Toh Rok Lo Something really energizing about this one Tum Raja Rani Soneya
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