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  1. MQM-P's Rabita Committee had suspended Farooq Sattar and Kamran Tessori's membership on February 5, 2018
  2. Internal fight over whether Google-built technology with human-like consciousness has spilled into open
  3. Indian Premier League (IPL) is the biggest T20 league in the world. It’s a fact that nobody can deny, even if they want to. Since its inception in 2008, this tournament has transformed the ‘gentleman’s game’ forever. Thanks to IPL, now cricket has also succeeded in matching the financial might of many other popular sports like football, baseball, and baseball. © Twitter/IPL In fact, according to a report published by Duff and Phelps, the IPL has become the fourth most expensive league in the world in terms of per match broadcasting rights. It is only behind the National Football League, English Premier League, and Major League Baseball. It’s a competition that no cricket lover wants to miss. Obviously everyone has their own reasons. For fans, the biggest attraction is the quality of cricket they get to witness throughout this competition and the opportunity to see players from different countries assembling under one roof. © Twitter/IPL But for the majority of the cricketers, especially the overseas players, the biggest pull is the crazy amount of money that they make playing for a couple of months. The money was the reason why the IPL, unlike other sports, took place even during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in the last two years and most players participated willingly, despite being aware of the threats. © Reuters Former India head coach Ravi Shastri, during a press conference organised by Star Sports with only a few days left in the 15th edition of the tournament, lavished huge praise on the lucrative league and described it as “one of the greatest leagues in the world”. According to Shastri, who will be making his comeback into the comm box after a long gap with IPL 2022, feels that IPL is the “one of the greatest physios in the world” which has the power to cure people’s sufferings. © Instagram/Ravi Shastri The former India all-rounder got a bit carried away while praising the tournament and didn’t realise that through his remarks had exposed the money-minded mentality of hundreds of players who grace the event every year. “IPL is one of the greatest leagues in the world, and it's also one of the greatest physios in the world, because, before the IPL auction everyone wants to get fit, because everyone wants to play in the IPL,” Shastri said in the press conference. © Reuters In the same presser, Shastri also blamed the BCCI’s stupid constitution and its clause for keeping him away from the commentary box for five years. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have any issues with players minting huge money in the IPL. They have worked hard on their skills and they deserve every bit of their success. My problem is with those cricketers who make themselves unavailable for the national team but turn up for their IPL franchises within in a matter of weeks. View the full article
  4. India’s new skipper Rohit Sharma shares a great camaraderie with wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant and despite their huge age gap they don’t leave any opportunity to pull each other’s legs. Last year, Rohit had shared a picture of a messy hotel room on his Instagram story and had framed the young southpaw as the messiest player in the Indian team. The picture went viral in no time as people wondered how a person could live in such a chaotic manner. © Reutes Taking Rohit’s post on the face value, everyone assumed that Pant likes to live in an untidy environment. After more than a year, Pant has exposed Rohit’s huge lie and explained the real truth behind that picture. During an interaction with Star Sports, the 24-year-old batter revealed that Rohit did so to save himself from the embarrassment. Not just that he even described him as the “messiest” player in the Indian team. © Instagram/Rohit Sharma Throwing light on that picture, the left-handed batter said it was actually Rohit’s room and he had asked him to do the packing for him and then clicked the picture and posted it on social media, labelling him to be something he wasn’t. “Messiest has to be Rohit bhai. I would like this to tell the story behind this. We were in Australia and he had asked me to do his packing for him. And then he clicked the picture (of his messy room) and shared it on social media, saying it was my room,” Pant revealed during an interaction, when he was asked to name the messiest player in the Indian team. © Reuters Even though Rohit has become India’s full-time leader across all three formats, nothing has changed between him and Pant. They both continue to pull each other’s legs even today. Last month when Pant was adjudged the Player of the Match for his heroics in the second T20I against New Zealand, Rohit had expressed his amazement and even made a sarcastic remark. “Rishabh Pant is the Man of the Match?” Rohit had said after Harsha Bhogle named Pant as the winner of the top individual honour. View this post on Instagram It’s not only Rohit who pokes fun at the youngster, the southpaw also reciprocates the same whenever he gets the opportunity. Ahead of the third ODI against the West Indies Pant accidentally scared the skipper by raising his leg in the middle of their warm-up but his action invoked somewhat angry reaction from Rohit. Both Rohit and Pant are an important part of the Indian team across all three formats and their little banters are always fun to watch. View the full article
  5. Actor Harry Key, who hails from Australia and has worked as an extra in several Bollywood films, recently hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit. During the session, Harry, who goes by the name of Bollywood Gora on Reddit, talked about his experience of working in the Hindi film industry and shared several secrets. The actor, who worked in Bollywood films like Dostana, We Are Family, Dum Maaro Dum among others, talked about facing the casting couch and revealed the name of the hottest Indian actress he has worked with. View this post on Instagram Talking about what he liked the most about working in Bollywood, Harry said, "What I loved, and still love, are the people. Indian people are so warm, so welcoming, so friendly and willing to go out of their way to help you. So much that it gets annoying sometimes. People would invite me into their homes, make me chai, ask me excessively personal questions, demand I stayed for dinner. It was great. The people come first in my list of favourites. Food comes second". On being asked if the casting couch is real in Bollywood, the actor answered, "Pretty real. Particularly for girls. Girls would really, really struggle with this, apparently even the famous Indian ones, but certainly the white ones. Continually get taken out to dinner by a 'producer' who wanted to talk about a role for a film; and the dinner would be in the Marriot or somewhere where he'd already taken a room upstairs. As far as I could tell the only real way around it for girls was to make do with small roles or get hitched with someone quite famous". He added, "For guys, I didn't deal with much except when I did any modelling. I mean, except for people getting handsy on-set, which was kinda common (I was touched up two, maybe three times). But in modelling, it's explicit as f*ck". View this post on Instagram Recalling an incident, he stated, "I was on set for a film, and a really famous fashion designer was there because he was friends with the director or someone. He starts talking to me about whether I want to do modelling and I said "I suck at it, but a ramp show does seem like a lot of fun", so he takes my name and connects with me on FB. That night, he starts sending some pretty crazy explicit messages, basically saying "If you don't **** me/suck me off, you ain't getting any work" (just with him, not threatening to ruin my career I should add)". "I mentioned it to an Iranian guy the next day on another set for another thing, he was a model, and he unloaded. Said his agent was about to send him back to Iran because he wouldn't 'play ball' and as a result, wasn't getting any ramp work. Said it was pretty much the understood thing that if you wanted to get ramp shows and serious modelling work, you pretty much had to bend over for it; then recounted about seven or eight really dodgy incidents which were kinda rap*y as f*ck," he further stated. A Reddit user asked, "Did the crew treat him differently?" Harry answered, "They were really nice actually. I made a point of saying thank you and having a chat with people and not treating people like shit, so I generally got on really well with the crews. Particularly as once you're inside, it's a small pool. You end up seeing the same lighting/camera/set/costume people again and again. But it's kinda cheating - because Indian people are generally quite nice to Westerners so it was easy". View this post on Instagram During the AMA session, Harry also shared the name of the hottest Indian actress he has worked with and said, "Priyanka Chopra. Hands down, heart-stoppingly gorgeous. Even in person. I worked with her in Dostana and from that set was cast in a Nokia commercial with her." Answering about actors who play pranks on sets, the Australian actor revealed, "I remember Abhishek Bachchan was a bit of a kid. On the set of a film called Dostana, he threw water bottles and would hide from people and stuff like that; but no seriously good pranks". Taking a dig, he added, "Except the stunts. The stunts were almost always like "Hey we're going to put your life at risk" and if you got cranky later at the level of risk, the response tended to be "But everything turned out okay didn't it?" which often felt like the Bollywood version of 'It's a prank brah'". View this post on Instagram For the unversed, Harry played a small role of an auctioneer in the 2008 hit Dostana. In the film, he makes Abhishek and John strip dance after they break a piece of art at the charity auction. View the full article
  6. India registered a comprehensive win over England to clinch their fifth Under-19 World Cup title earlier this month. The Boys in Blue showed nerves of steel throughout the tournament even after losing their key players, including their skipper Yash Dhull, due to Covid. The team had to overcome various challenges on the field but their journey to the triumph off the field too was a challenging one. Several Indian players and staff members tested positive for Covid during the Under-19 World Cup in the Caribbean. The Indian team was forced to play a few matches without their captain Dhull and vice-captain Shaik Rasheed. Congratulations to India's Under-19 cricket team for winning the World Cup. TEAM INDIA CHAMPIONS #indiaunder19 #IndianCricketTeamU19 #Under19WorldCup2022 pic.twitter.com/0SVWwk3T4n — Raman Suri (@RamanSuriBJP) February 6, 2022 Weeks after bringing the World Cup home, Team India's manager Lobzang G. Tenzing has opened up on the ordeal that the team had to go through in the West Indies due to lethargic authorities. “Our time in Guyana was tough to say the least. When I and my colleagues were down with COVID, no medical help was provided, no doctor, no medicines. Our team physio came to our rescue. It was like a system failure." “In the hotel we stayed there were no separate floors for teams. We were staying on the same floor as other hotel guests. There was nobody to man the isolation period. The rooms did not have regular running water and players faced food issues," Tenzing was quoted as saying by The Indian Express. #teamindia India under 19 world Cup winners pic.twitter.com/Tpco4CBNz0 — Er Mukesh Chourasiya (@er_mukeshshanu) February 6, 2022 The tournament was held in the West Indies and Tenzing said it was not the best place to host the World Cup due to logistical challenges. "It (hosting tournament in the Caribbean) poses additional logistical issues and people were lethargic,” the India Under-19 team manager added. Congratulations to the India team on winning the @ICC U-19 Men's World Cup for the 5th time. A truly remarkable feat & has made the country proud. I laud the Team Manager Mr. Lobzang G. Tenzing of @sikkim_cricket & the support staff. Wishes for more success in the days to come. pic.twitter.com/PPF2i4HtC6 — Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) February 6, 2022 Tenzing, who is the president of Sikkim Cricket Association, also mentioned that the facilities during the U19 World Cup were so poor that even the state associations in India would have managed to do a better job. “During practice games, the stadium had no water in the washrooms. I can safely say we, state units and the BCCI do a much better job staging domestic events in a bio-secure environment,” added Tenzing. In a time when the whole world is battling the Covid crisis, it is sad to see that the International Cricket Council failed to offer even the basic services such as food and water to the visiting teams. View the full article
  7. After being away from the news for quite some time, Test veteran Ajinkya Rahane is back in the news once again. However, this time it has nothing to do with his batting. The former Test vice-captain has been hogging limelight for some of the comments that he made during an interview. © Instagram/Ajinkya Rahane The 33-year-old batter has accused some people of stealing the credit for the decisions that he made during the historic Test series win in Australia and presenting them as their own in the public. After the disappointing loss in the series opener in Adelaide, India moved to Melbourne for the Boxing Day Test. It was a pretty memorable encounter for Rahane as his last Test century came in that match which guided India to an impressive series-levelling win. © Reuters Not just his superb hundred, Rahane also received praise for some of the decisions that he made during the match. One decision that he remembers fondly from that game was the introduction of Ravichandran Ashwin into the bowling attack inside the first 10 overs. Recalling that decision during the ‘Backstage with Boria’ show, Rahane said that he took that call “purely on instinct” and was glad that it paid off nicely, with India getting two wickets of Matthew Wade and Steve Smith in two overs. “Bringing Ashwin in the ninth over was completely instinctive and that played off really well. It got Matthew Wade out and Steve Smith out in two overs. I won't say that it completely turned the game in our favour after that but I will admit that was a decision which was purely on instinct. Wicket was looking damp. After the pacers went about in the first three-four overs I felt I should use Ashwin in Melbourne and the time was now,” Rahane said. “I know what I've done there. I don't need to tell anyone. That's not my nature to go and take credit. Yes, there were some things that I took the decisions on the field or in the dressing room but someone else took the credit for it. (What was) important for me was that we won the series. That was a historical series and for me, that was really special,” he added. © Reuters Rahane’s startling revelations have caused quite a stir on social media and the fans have started digging up evidence to prove the truth. While Rahane has credited himself with the decision of introducing Ashwin early into the attack, an old video of the off-spinner doing rounds on the micro-blogging site has presented a different story altogether. © Instagram/Ravichandra Ashwin The clipping that has gone viral after Rahane’s shocking accusations is from Ashwin’s YouTube channel. In the video, the veteran off-spinner can be heard saying it was Shastri who told him to get the bowl inside the first 10 because he felt the pitch would be damp and might offer some spin. Who is lying, Ashwin or Rahane? (Watch full video) pic.twitter.com/1ndQLG2wZD — Sid Nanda (@sid_2893) February 10, 2022 “Ravi Shastri came into the dressing room and boomed, ‘ASSHHHH, get the ball in the first 10 overs’. I was just wearing my pants. I thought ‘in Melbourne he wants me to bowl in the first 10 overs’ (Ashwin imitating Shastri),” Ashiwn told India's former fielding coach R Sridhar while recording a video for his YouTube channel. “It might be damp, it might spin, I have told Jinks (Rahane)’. Bumrah bowled a good spell. Jinks then gave me the ball and the first ball I bowled, it spun a lot and bounced as well. I was like wow,” Ashwin added. People are now confused who to believe as both Rahane and Ashwin have made contrasting claims. Obviously rahane is lying because the bowler told it's shastri decision. No use for ashwin to credit anyone so rahane trying to defame shastri . ( My perspective) — G Shashi (@GShashiYadav1) February 10, 2022@ajinkyarahane88 is the culprit here... — Bikash Kumar Dhal (@Bikashdhal96) February 11, 2022Obviously useless Rahane is lying... his performance has been so poor that he his begging for credits... Ashwin is instinctively replying to interviewer and with facts like he was putting on his clothes then Shashtri called him and asked to bowl in 1st 10 overs.. — Brijesh (@Brijesh_SD) February 11, 2022Both first give credit to the bowler who took the wicket of Smith for 0 by bowling right https://t.co/aYa0iYYvcT Ashwin should get the credit not Rahane or shastri — shashank sri (@ravia123ash) February 10, 2022Neither is lying. If you understand Tamil, Ashwin is not contradicting Rahane. On the field, it was Rahane who threw the ball to Ashwin. It was a great tactical move. Why the fuss? — Raghu (J Raghuraman) (@jraghu) February 10, 2022Ashwin doesn't seem the lying kind.The way he was speaking there, it appeared to come out naturally in conversation. Baaki tho aap log samajdhar ho.Khud samaj jao — AbhiShankarKS (@AbhiShankarKS) February 11, 2022Even if Rahane is true, self appraisal will never go with social media guys. And to add, Ashwin mentioned this immediately after the game. So he can't be lying. Rahane could be partly right as he made the decision on the field. — Maaraaaaaa (@NamakkuEdhukku) February 10, 2022After hearing both sides of the story, all we can say for now is that it was Shastri who put this idea of bringing in Ashwin inside the first 10 overs in Rahane’s mind. Ashwin’s statement confirms that Rahane merely acted upon the coach’s advice and that’s why his claim that someone else stole the credit for his decisions doesn’t hold true, at least in this case. © Reuters Neither Shastri nor Rahane, if there is one person who deserves all the credit it’s Ashwin who bowled the right length and picked up those wickets. View the full article
  8. For the last couple of years, Virat Kohli is probably going through the worst phase of his professional career. There have been numerous occasions in the longest format when he did all the hard work early on in his innings but couldn’t make it count and threw away his wicket playing a rather careless shot. Despite getting decent starts, a small lapse in concentration and he starts his long march back to the pavilion. It’s rather unfortunate that a player of his calibre is not learning from his mistakes and repeating the same mistakes time and again. View this post on Instagram The same happened on Day 1 of the Boxing Day Test against South Africa at Centurion’s Super Sport Park. After the Indian openers Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul had given the visitors a top start, adding 117 runs for the first wicket, the hosts pulled things back picking two wickets off successive deliveries. © Reuters Agarwal was dismissed in a rather controversial fashion while Cheteshwar Pujara got out for a golden duck to Lungi Ngidi. With Rahul playing a solid inning from one end, the Indian skipper was tasked to hold the innings from the other end and to his credit he did that job brilliantly. For the majority of his innings, the 33-year-old cricketer had an answer for every tactic deployed by the South African pacers and he kept them at bay for nearly 28 overs, ensuring that India did not lose any more wickets in the middle session. View this post on Instagram Some of the shots he played gave the impression that he was on top of his game. But just when everyone started expecting him to score big, the Indian skipper ran out of patience led to his own downfall. He flashed wildly at a wide delivery bowled way outside off stump and handed a simple catch to the slip cordon. For many of us it was lapse of concentration from Kohli’s end that led to his dismissal but former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar believes that these mistakes point towards a huge deficiency in his batting technique. © Reuters Bangar, who worked closely with Kohli during his stint with the Indian team, feels that these mistakes stem from the fact that the Indian talisman relies heavily on his front foot shots to score runs and that’s why he goes after the deliveries that are bowled wide of off stump. The RCB coach said that the lack of execution could be the result of a “mental error” on Kohli’s part but even then he needs to work on his back foot game to ensure that he doesn’t necessarily have to commit himself on the front foot. © Reuters “Yes it could be a mental error for Kohli at least as far as the execution part is, going after that wide ball. He relies a lot on driving the ball and against quicker attacks and in seaming conditions, you require one more game. You can't only rely on front foot shot. Because if he continues to do that, bowlers will continue to drag him wider and wider and hope that they find the outside edge,” Bangar told Star Sports. “So it will be worth for Virat to give a thought of also developing some sort of a response on the the backfoot as well. He now only seems to be preoccupied in scoring on the front foot,” he added. © Reuters Having worked with Kohli for so many years, not just with the Indian team but also during IPL, Bangar is arguably the best person to comment on his technique and if he feels that Kohli needs to work on a certain aspect of his game then it’s serious. Hope Kohli is listening. View the full article
  9. Recently, a controversy surrounding the newly released Tamil film Jai Bhim hit social media. It involved a scene with actor Prakash Raj slapping a man who is speaking in Hindi and he instructs him to talk in Tamil. The scene got viral and people questioned the intent. Jai Bhim is a courtroom drama starring Prakash Raj based on the life of advocate Chandru , who inspired it. While if one only focuses on the scene, it can create a lot of confusion to the average viewer, but after people tried to understand the meaning, it became clear that Prakash Raj plays a cop who is heading a commission created to probe false police cases foisted on tribal people. The actor has finally broken his silence on the controversy stirred by this scene and shared what he feels about it. In a recent media interview, the actor was quoted saying “After watching a film like Jai Bhim, they did not see the agony of the tribal people, they did not see and feel terrible about the injustice, but they only saw the slap. That is all they understood. This exposes their agenda”. He explained that this whole agenda of imposing Hindi on South Indians and their anger around it needed to be documented to explain how a person is trying to dodge questions during an interrogation by speaking in Hindi instead of Tamil. “I came to Hindi very late but I have also given back to that industry. It's okay for us to have differences, we have to learn to live with them. Focus here is on injustice. Let us be fair,” he exclaimed justifying why the criticism is unfair. View the full article
  10. Ex-RAW agent reveals Indian intelligence agency sent him to Pakistan 'to make bombs go off'
  11. FO says Pakistan is considering approaching FATF president for an appropriate action against India
  12. “Maal hai kya bro?” The need for a crackdown on the drug cartel in India has been flashing across all news channels. But what’s missing from the screaming matches on television is the dark and gory side of substance abuse and how these drugs are infiltrated in the market. Taking us behind the curtains of this murky world, the trailer of the MX Original series High just dropped. On the first look, the trailer is edgy, raw, and real. This power-packed series brings alive the entangled web of suppliers, peddlers, substance users, media, pharma companies, and ruthless henchmen – all chasing the new ‘high’ in town. The show revolves around Shiv Mathur (Akshay Oberoi), a struggling drug addict who is trying to get a grip on his life. In an attempt to beat his addiction, he checks into a rehab facility. But instead of things getting better, it looks like the show plot thickens just at this juncture. The trailer of High pans its focus on the doctors running this rehab. Doctor Roy (Prakash Belawadi) and junior doctors, Dr. Shweta (Shweta Basu Prasad) and Dr. Nakul (Nakul Bhalla) are working on a mysterious new drug compound. On the surface, it seems that this magical pill has an edge above all. But the real question is – is this magical drug worth dying for? MX Player High also stars Ranvir Shorey as Lakda, the killer assassin who is interested in this magical pill that has disrupted the illegal drugs market. The show also has a performance-driven ensemble cast of Mrinmayee Godbole, Kunal Naik, Mantra, and Madhur Mittal. Directed by acclaimed ad filmmaker Nikhil Rao, High is a 9-episodic series that looks intriguing and thrilling. High is all set to go live on October 7 exclusively on MX Player. Mark the date, because this is one addictive ride you would not want to miss! View the full article
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